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, N O R A H S D N A , E C U R B , Y E N R U O G I S N I N E E S S A

S H T I M S D L O G A I V I L O F O S R E T C A R A H C N I A M E H

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M A R G O R P Y D U T S N O I T A C U D E E G A U G N A L H S I L G N E

N O I T A C U D E S T R A D N A E G A U G N A L F O T N E M T R A P E D

N O I T A C U D E D N A G N I N I A R T S R E H C A E T F O Y T L U C A F

Y T I S R E V I N U A M R A H D A T A N A S

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m o M g n i y r r a

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e t c a r a h c n i a m e h t y b d e s i c r e x e e r a h c i h w s e u l a v n a c ir e m A s ti h ti w g n o l

a r .s

.

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e h t d n a l e v o n e h t n i s r e t c a r a h c e h t s i y d u t s e h t f o s u c o f e h

T Ameircan

e c u r B , y e n r u o g i S y b d e s i c r e x e e r a h c i h w s e u l a

v ,and Sharon .In analysing the

s m e l b o r

p I needed an approach which could help . In doing so , I use the

c y s

p hologica lapproach .

The psychologica lapproach help sto see the moitvaiton ,personaltiy and

.r e t c a r a h c e h t f o t c il f n o

c However , human moitvaiton i s a par t o f human

n i a tr e c g n i y lr e d n u n o it a v it o m t u o b a e r o m n i a l p x e n a c h c i h w y g o l o h c y s p

e h t r e w s n a o t d e il p p a s i h c a o r p p a l a c i g o l o h c y s p e h t , e r o f e r e h T . s r o i v a h e b

. y d u t s s i h t n i d e t a l u m r o f s m e l b o r p

.

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h T . y d u t s y r a r b il a s i y d u t s s i h

T erearet wokind so fsourcest ha tareused ,

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n Marrying

m o

M (1996) ,by Oilvia Goldsmtihs .The secondary source sare book srelated t o

s m r e t y r a r e ti l e h t f o y r o e h t e h

t ,t heoryo fmoitvaiton ,andalsot heoryo fAmeircan

s e u l a

v .Thosearecollectedt os uppo trt heanalysis .

g n i d a e r s a w p e t s t s ri f e h T . y d u t s e h t g n i z y l a n a n i n e k a t e r e w s p e t s l a r e v e S

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d n a l e v o n e h t f o a e d i n i a m e h t t u o d n if o t e l b a s a w I , s e m it l a r e v e s r o f l e v o n e h t

e h T . y d u t s e h t n i d e z y l a n a e b d l u o c t a h t s t n i o p e h

t point stha t Iwould analyze

e r e

w theproblemf ormulaitonandsummairzedi nt he itlteoft hiss tudy.

a i v il O r o h t u a e h t t u o b a n o it a m r o f n i g n ir e h t a g s a w p e t s d ri h t e h T

l e v o n e h t , s h ti m s d l o

G Marrying Mom, theory o fcharacte rand characteirzaiton ,

f o y r o e h t ,s e h c a o r p p a f o y r o e h

t moitvaiton ,and t heory o fAmeircan values .The

c n e d n a , t e n r e t n i , s k o o

b yclopedia provided me wtih enough informaiton and

s i h T . s e c n e r e f e

r informaitonandr eference sweret hes econdaryr esource .s

o t s i s y l a n a e h t g n it c u d n o c s a w p e t s t x e n e h

T ifnd ou thow Sigourney ,

e d s ’ h ti m s d l o G a i v il O f o s r e t c a r a h c n i a m e h t , e c u r B d n a , n o r a h

S cided t obecome

s ’ h ti m s d l o G a i v il O n i n e e s s a r e h t o m r i e h t r o f r e k a m h c t a m e h

t MarryingMom by

h c a o r p p a l a c i g o l o h c y s p e h

t .The if tfhstepwasr eporitng t he ifnding sand making

S . c i p o t e m a s e h t n o h c r a e s e r r e h tr u f r o f n o it a d n e m m o c e

r uggesiton fo rapplying

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3 2

V I R E T P A H C

S I S Y L A N A

t r a p t s ri f e h T . s tr a p o w t o t n i d e d i v i d s i r e t p a h c s i h

T discusse sPhylils ,

l e v o n e h t f o s r e t c a r a h c n i a m e h t , e c u r B d n a , n o r a h S , y e n r u o g i

S .I taimst oanswer

w o h t u o b a n o it s e u q e h

t Phylils , Sigourney , Bruce , and Sharon , the main

l e v o n e h t f o s r e t c a r a h

c ,are depictedin t he novel . Iapply t het heory o fcharacte r

s e s s u c s i d t r a p d n o c e s e h T . tr a p s i h t n i n o it a z ir e t c a r a h c d n

a the idea o fbecoming

s il l y h P r o f r e k a m h c t a m e h

t . Thi spar taim sto answe rthe quesiton abou thow e

c u r B , y e n r u o g i

S ,and Sharon decided to becomet hei rmother’ smatch maker. In

m i a e h t h c a e r o t r e d r

o , Iapply t he t heory o fmoitvaiton and theory o fAme ircan

s e u l a v .

.

A TheCharacters fo Phylils ,Sigourney ,Bruce ,andSharon t

r a p s i h

T aims t o answer t he quesiton o fhow Phylils ,Sigourney ,Bruce,

n o r a h S d n

a themain character sof t henovel, aredepicted i n t he novel .Furth ,er t

r a p s i h

t answer sno tonly t hemain characters ’persona lcharacters ,bu talso t heri

a c i s y h

p lappearance .

t g n i z y l a n a n i n o it a z ir e t c a r a h c f o y r o e h t e h t e s u

I hewayOilviaGoldsmtih

, s il l y h P : s r e t c a r a h c n i a m r e h s t c i p e

d Sigourney ,Bruce ,and Sharon .Goldsmtih

s a s y a w l a r e v e s s e s

u Murphy (1972) descirbe sto depic the rmain character sin m

o M g n i y r r a

M .Those arepersona ldescirpiton ,characte ra sseen by t he others ,

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.

1 Phylil sGeronomous n

i e l k n e

H Reading the Novel : An Introduciton to the Technique s o f n

o it c i F g n it e r p r e t n

I , states t hat t herearet wo kind so fcharacter :majo rcharacte r

. r e t c a r a h c r o n i m d n

a Phylilsisi ncludeda soneoft hemajo rcharacters .Ther eason

s y a l p e h s e s u a c e b s

i animpo trantr olei nt henove land givesi mpo tranti n lfuence

, s e d i s e B . l e v o n e h t f o y r o t s e h t o

t Phylils i salso descirbed a saround characte r

n o it a v it o m d n a t n e m a r e p m e t e s o h

w a recomplex.

n i h ti m s d l o G a i v il

O MarryingMomdescirbe sPhylilsa sasixtynineyear s

h ti w a d ir o l F n i e v il o t d e s u s u o m o n o r e G s il l y h P . d e ri t e r y d a e rl a s i o h w w o d i w d l o

a r I , d n a b s u h e t a l r e

h Geronomous .From t hei rmarirage, t hey havet hreechlidren

d n a , s u o m o n o r e G n o r a h S , s u o m o n o r e G y e n r u o g i S r o s u o m o n o r e G n a s u S d e m a n

. s u o m o n o r e G e c u r B

s il l y h P s t c i p e d h ti m s d l o G , y ll a c i s y h

P a sa sixty- en -in year sold woman

ri a h e d n o l b m r e p h ti

w ,old-fashioned ,love sto use turquoise eye make up and

e u l b g n i h s a l

c -red ilpsitck. Fu trhermore , Goldsmtih descirbe s the persona l

f o s c it s ir e t c a r a h

c thi scharacte rast hesef o llowingpoint .s .

1 .1 Upsetitng

a s a s il l y h P s t c i p e d h ti m s d l o G , e r e

H motherwhowa sno tgood enoughf o r

e h S . n e r d li h c r e

h ha smadeal o to fmistakesandha smadehe rchlidrenupsets ince

t o n n a c n e r d li h c r e h t a h t o s e l b a r e ll o t n i e r a s e k a t s i m r e h f o e m o S . s d i k e r e w y e h t

e r y d a e rl a s i s il l y h P t a h t w o N . s e k a t s i m r e h t e g r o f d n a r e h e v i g r o

f triedandfeeli ng

d n a b s u h r e h e s u a c e b y l e n o

l , aI , r i sdead ,she reailze she rmistake sand wants t o

p u e k a

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e v o r p h c i h w e c n e d i v e e m o s d n u o f

I s tha tPhylilsi sanupsetitngmotherf o r

. n e r d li h c e e r h t r e

h Someevidence sprove tha tPhylil shersel freailzes tha tshei s .r

e h t o m d o o g a t o

n “AndI t hinkt heyneedt hei rmothe.rI ’mgoingupt ot akecare

y rt n a c I t u b , n e h t m e h t o t r e h t o m h g u o n e d o o g a t ’ n s a w I . a r I , n e r d li h c e h t f

o and

( ” w o n t i r o f p u e k a

m p .2) .Fromt hi spoin,ti tcanbesaidt ha tPhylilsr eailze she r

e b t o n s a h o h w r e h t o m a s a n o it i d n o

c e n agood mothe rfo rhe rch lidren yet .She

t s e z il a e

r ha tshe ha smade mistakes i n t he pas tand wants t o make up for t hose

e k a t s i m .s

I ttake seffo trf o rPhylilstor eailzehe rmistakes . tIi shardf o rhert or eailze i

h c r e h o t e n o d d a h e h s t a h

w ldren and tha the rmistake shur the rchlidren .One

s i h t r o f e c n e d i v

e i sfoundonpage49.

d a o t r e h r o f d r a h s a w t

I mi the rmistake sto anyone ,much les she r .

n e r d li h

c “Listen,” she said, “ Ihaven’ tcome fo ra visti .And Ihaven’ t o s e r e w I d n a r e h t a f r u o y t a h t w o n k I . u o y r o f e m o c e v ’ I .f l e s y m r o f e m o c

a h t n o it n e tt a e h t l l a u o y e v i g t ’ n d i d I t a h t s s e n i s u b e h t h ti w y s u

b tyou

e b t h g i m s g n i h t ,l l e W “ . s r e d l u o h s r e h d e g g u r h s e h S ” … d a h I f I . d e d e e n

( ” .t n e r e f fi

d p ).4 . 9

, e c n e d i v e r e h t o n

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’ n d l u o w e h S “ . d li h c s a w e h s n e h w e c n ir e p x e n w o r e h y b d e s u a c s a w n e r d li h c r e

h t

n i a g a m e h t l i a

f the way she had before ,o rthe way he rmothe rand fathe rhad

r e h d e li a

f ” .(p )59 .Thi spoin tshows t ha tshehad been rteated t hesameway a s

d n a r e h d e li a f d a h s t n e r a p r e h t a h t s l e e f o s l a e h S . n e r d li h c e e r h t r e h d e t a e rt e h s

p p a h t a h t w o

n enst ohe ,rs hehadf aliedhe rchlidrenandmadet hemupse.t

.

1 .2 Stubborn

. n a m o w n r o b b u t s a s a s il l y h P s t n e s e r p h ti m s d l o

G Stubborn here mean s

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w o n k e h s t a h t s k n i h t s y a w l

a swha ti sbes tfo rhersefl ,eventhough i tha sa bad

n o t c e f f

e people around her .She doe swha tshewants t o do and neve rwants t o f o n o it a n i b m o c e h t s a s il l y h P s t c i p e d h ti m s d l o G . e l p o e p r e h t o o t n e t s il

. s s e n h s if l e s d n a s s e n r o b b u t s

s il l y h

P si beingstubborn no tonlyt owardothe rpeople ,bu talsot owardhe r

N . n e r d li h

c owt hats hei sarleadyoldandr etrieds hes tli ldoe sno twantt o ilstent o

. e l p o e p r e h t

o Someevidences weref oundi nt hi snovelt os uppor tmy ifnding .The

o f s a w e n o t s ri

f undonpage .5 0

l e W

“ l ,a tleas tunit lyou srtaighten ou tyou r ilves .I’m you rmother .I’m r e h d e tt a p e h S ’ .l e t o h e v i s n e p x e e m o s t a g n i y a t s t o n m ’ I d n A . p l e h o t e r e h

, y a w a t u p e lt ti l a e v a h I . g n i h t y n a t u o b a y r r o w o t e v a h t ’ n o d u o Y ‘ . e s r u p

s I d n A . k c e h c y ti r u c e S l a i c o S y m d n

a tli lgets omeofI ra’ spensionmoney . (

” . e n if e b l l’

I p ).5 . 0

n i e v i v r u s n a c e h s t a h t s t s i s n i e h S . n r o b b u t s s i s il l y h P t a h t s e v o r p e c n e d i v e s i h T

k r o Y w e

N using he rown money ,wtihou tany help from he rchlidren .In fact ,

. y e n o m f o t n u o m a e g r a l a s d e e n k r o Y w e N n i g n i v

il Sig ,he rdaughter ,canno t

e r e h n o e v il o t h t n o m a d n a s u o h t a n a h t s s e l e v a h u o y o S . t a e r G “ . s i h t e v e il e

b in

e t s o m e h t , n a tt a h n a

M xensivectiyi nt hewo lrd”( p .5 . 0) r

e h t o n

A evidence prove sthat, though Phylil si sarleady old and may be

e h s , e n o l a s g n i h t g n i o d f o e l b a p a c n

i keep son i nsiitng t ha tshei sstli lcapableo f

r o , e m a d d l o n a e b y a m I ‘ . d e k r a b s il l y h P ’ , y d a l d l o n a t o n m I “ . e n o l a s g n i h t g n i o d

n i a tr e c m ’ I t u b , n a m o w d l o n a r o , e b a b d l o n

a ly no tan old l ady ,and don’ tyou

n i g g ir

f ’forgeti .t” ( .p 5 2 ) Thi sevidence provest ha tPhylils ’stubbornes smake s

e c r o f s il l y h P t a h t s m e e s t I .l a n o it a r ri t i b e lt ti l a r e

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o t d e s u e h s e k il e n o l a s g n i h t o d o t s t n a w l li t s e h s t u b d l o y d a e rl a s i e h s t a h t s i t c a f

. g n u o y s a w e h s n e h w o d

.

2 SigourneyGeronomous /SusanGeronomous

’ s il l y h P s i s u o m o n o r e G n a s u S r o s u o m o n o r e G y e n r u o g i

S elde rdaughte.r

e h

S si a 14 -y - dear o l busines swomanbu tha sno tmariredyet .Sigourneyi sas tock

e s o h w r e k o r

b busines si snealry broke da n she ilve sin he rluxu irou sapatrmen t

e n o l

a in New York .Goldsmtih depict sSigourney a sone of t hemajo rcharacters

e s o h

w temperamen tand mo itvaiton arecomplex ,so Sigourneyi salso oneoft he

l e v o n e h t n i s r e t c a r a h c d n u o

r MarryingMom.

h ti w n a m o w e l b a o n i h s a f a s a e c n a r a e p p a l a c i s y h p s ’ g i S s t c i p e d h ti m s d l o G

p u e k a m l u f e r a

c , good hai r cut , and alway s use designer s s .uti Moreover ,

y e n r u o g i S s t c i p e d h ti m s d l o

G int hefollowingpoint .s

. 1 .

2 Dominaitng

, y li m a f e h t n i n o s r e p g n it a n i m o d a s a y e n r u o g i S s t c i p e d h ti m s d l o G

s i h T . s g n il b i s r e h d r a w o t y ll a i c e p s

e i scausedbyhe rposiitonast heeldes tsibilng

y li m a f e h t n

i ,so i tmake she rfeel ilke she ha sto take conrto lo feverything .

e fi l ’ s g n il b i s r e h g n i d u l c n i

e c n e d i v e e m o s d n u o f

I s in the nove lwhich prove thi s ifnding .One o f

o d e t a t s s i h c i h

w npage14 .“Headoredhi solde rsister ,bu tshewa ssomeitme sso

ll o rt n o

c ing ,especially when she wa sfirghtened. ( .” p 1 4) Thi ssentence i sstated

t a h t d e d u l c n o c I e c n e t n e s s i h t m o r F . r e h t o r b r e g n u o y s ’ y e n r u o g i S , e c u r B y b

r

B uce ,he ryounge rbrother ,admtis tha tSigourneyi sdominaitngandt ake sconrto l

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t p e c x e e c i o h c r e h t o o n s a h e h s t a h t n o it p e c r e p r e h y b d e s u a c o s l a s i n o it a r e p s e d

o h w p il li h P y l n o s i ti t a h t s k n i h t e h S . n a m r o N p il li h

P i sinterested i n her which s

e k a

m he rnott oseeothe roppo truniitest ohaveahusbandexcep tPhliilp.

.

3 BruceGeronomous

’ s il l y h P s i s u o m o n o r e G e c u r

B second chlid .Bruce i s ifve year syounge r

s i h y lt n e c e r t u B . s s e n i s u b d r a c g n it e e r g y a g a , s s e n i s u b a s n w o e H . y e n r u o g i S n a h t

i o g s i s s e n i s u

b ngdownbecausehi spa trne rabscondedwtihmos toft hemoneyhe

d a

h . Now he i s ilving in hi s itny apatrmen twtih hi sf irend ,Todd .Bruce i s

. d n e ir f y o b y a g s i h s i d d o T d n a , y a g a s a d e t c i p e d

, r e v o e r o

M Goldsmtih in he rnove ldepict sBruce a sone o fthe majo r

t c a r a h

c er s whose temperamen t and moitvaiton are complex . Bruce ha s an

H . l e v o n e h t n i e l o r t n a tr o p m

i ealsogivesi n lfuencet owardt hestoryoft henove l

e k a m h c i h

w s hima soneoft hemajo rcharacter .sFu trhermore ,Goldsmtihdepict s

n i e c u r

B thisf o llowingpoint.

. 1 .

3 Sensiitve

s n a e m e v it i s n e s , t n i o p s i h t n

I tha tBrucei sbeingeasliyupse tbyt het hing s o

d r o y a s e l p o e

p . In othe rwords ,he i sbeing easliy ge thur tby someone else’ s

s i h T . y e n r u o g i S , r e t s i s s i h y b t l e f o s l a s i e v it i s n e s g n i e b s i H . n o it c a r o s d r o w

findingi sprovenonpage15.

d d o T d n a m i h d e ti v n i t’ n d a h e h s e s u a c e b t r u h y l b a b o r p s a w e h w e n k g i S

d d a h s s e n i s u b n w o r e h y l d a b w o h e z il a e r t ’ n d i d e c u r B . h c n u r b r e h ti e o t

) 5 1 . p ( . m i h l l e t o t d u o r p o o t s a w e h s d n a f f o n e ll a f

e c u r B t a h t s e v o r p g n i d n if s i h

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