Both of Janie's husbands, Logan and Jody, had ideals that went against hers. Logan only thought about work and wealth, and Jody only cared for his social status.
They also gained fulfillment by forcing dominance over others, specially over Janie. Logan wanted to submit her by forcing her to perform labor work along with him. Jody treats her as ornament to his wealth and power, and tries to shape her into his vision of what a mayor’s wife should be.
“Bringing a stone grasped firmly by the top in each hand, like an old-stoned savage armed” This indicates that people were willing to repair the wall. He believed that good fences made good neighbors and thus set about mending the wall. This is the line I believe indicates the neighbor is willing. Hope that helps!
I am pretty sure that the statement that best describes the opinion of Caesar held by the citizens of Rome at the beginning of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is definitely the fourth answer represented above 4.Caesar has earned his subjects disgust because they know that he does not respect or value them. The last answer that you shared best suits to your question, hope it will help you.
Food is a status symbol as well as a powerful tool for characterization.
In 19th century England, availability of a wide variety f food was itself a status symbol as most people relied on staple diets from the farms they could grow it on. The upper class characters in the play are thus fixated on their exotic and varied food items, centering much of their social life around meals.
Food also symbolizes characters in the play. Algernon has an unending appetite for flashy foods: suggesting his flamboyant and boisterous personality.
Muffins, tea cakes and cucumber sandwiches form the basis of conversation on multiple occasions in the play where the general mood is of establishing one's stature.