THEME: the use of aggression to overpower others The Marriage Proposal: Main Ide

THEME: the use of aggression to overpower others
The Marriage Proposal:
Main Idea #1: Natalya using her aggression while arguing with Lomov about the land boundaries and the dogs (Quotation: NATALYA STEPANOVNA. Papa only paid 85 for his hound Messer, and Messer is much better than Guesser!)
Main Idea #2: Natalya using her aggression to force Lomov to marry her (he is semi-conscious and laying on the ground when he marries her) (Quotation 2: NATALYA STEPANOVNA. Oh you’re alive… Yes, yes, I’m willing….)
The Great Gatsby:
Main Idea #1: Tom using his aggression to overpower Daisy (he bruised her finger – mentioned during the conversation when Nick first visits Tom and Daisy at their house) (Quotation 3: her eyes fastened with an awed expression on her little finger.” Look!” she complained. “I hurt it.” We all looked – the knuckle was black and blue…You did it, Tom. )
Main Idea #2: Tom using his aggression as he confronts Gatsby at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan (Quotation 4:”Mr. Nobody from nowhere)
conclusion drawn: aggression can be exhibited by both genders equally, but perhaps in different ways
Thesis Statement:
(Include the title of the works, authors’ names, theme highlighted, similarities and contrasting points, as well as your conclusion drawn)
please use the main ideas I’ve provided to you to compare, as well as the quotations.
https://www.balallyplayers.com/productions/2015_The_Proposal/The%20Proposal%20by%20Anton%20Chekhov.pdf
copy and paste that for the marriage proposal play

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