1. Joy changes her name to “Hulga” because she is acting in an act of rebellion to her mother. She knows her mother’s wants her to have a really pretty name and “Hulga” is the ugliest name Joy could think of that her mom will hate. Mrs. Hopewell is for sure that Hulga looked for that name until she finally found the ugliest name she could think of and after that Joy legalized it so it would be for sure certain. Hulga’s poor health keeps her at her home all the time.
The author accomplishes to transform Gilly into a real girl who cares about people; people who became her family and who had unconditional love for her. But at the end she got what she wanted since the early beginning, she shaped her destiny and met her mom and went to live somewhere closer to her. Paterson made the plot of this story in such a particular way so Gilly could change her point of view about the people around her and see that her actions would always bring
As Mrs. Willard explains to Buddy, “What a man is is an arrow into the future, and what a woman is the place the arrow shoots off from” (Plath 67). In her conventional view, a woman must support her husband by creating an organized home and nurturing him. Women are not only in charge of doing the housework and childcare, but they have their own individual dreams they want to reach. It is discriminatory towards women when they live under the social expectations of being uneducated and a supported wife. From the textual support, it is evident that women struggle to reach their individual goals under a male-dominant society that require women to be
A few weeks later my mom had come to speak to me and my sister about how our young cousin died and educated us on how we should feel really grateful we still live together and how we should take care of each other. At that moment, I thought about how many good qualities my mom had and the courage it took to say this in front of us, much like that of the character Atticus in the novel To Kill A Mockingbird. In To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee presents Atticus as a parent with good qualities and a courageous personality. Atticus exhibits his courageous personality when he stands up for people regardless of their race or religion. He sticks up for Tom Robinson, a black man who portrays himself as a respectful person.
But it wasn’t too late for Lydia. Marilyn would not be like her own mother shunting her daughter toward husband and house, a life spent safely behind a deadbolt.” (Ng 147) Ever since Marilyn traveled to her mother’s house, she realized that she had to promote her daughter’s education in order to allow her to become a doctor. While Marilyn firmly believes that allowing her daughter to become a doctor will be the best possible future, she fails to realize how much pressure this is
Lena wanted to use her husband 's insurance money for the children to follow and achieve their dreams. Lena is extremely worried about Walter 's obsession with money and Beneatha 's lack of faith in God. Still, she stays supportive of her children and still loves them unconditionally. Her nurturing personality is symbolized by the way she treats her houseplant. Just like her family, Lena 's plant lacks the necessary resources to flourish.
The children’s progress and be closely watched by their mother. But also outside the family has become so important in modern industrialised societies that have sometimes been accused of contributing to the weakening of the family, such could be from a bad company of friends. Due to the help of a mother they are led on the road of an everlasting good life. Though, the mother must live a life worthy of her children to imitate, because they are the first to lead their children. That is the reason why women have the ability to do anything they can to sustain a disrupted family.
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My grandmother “Living is getting knocked down again and again, then standing up time and again, and once more.” My grandmother’s life has been fraught with hardships of many sorts, from trivial matters to life-changing milestones. The crippling of her father in her youth was one such event that has affected Grandmother. She often wonders how different her life would be if he had not met with that accident. “Perhaps, I could have continued studying and become an accountant,” She laughs, “I was good at sums.” While Grandmother may not have been born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she was still fortunate enough to have belonged to a well-off family. Her father, Lau Sheng Li, earned a livelihood through selling seafood.
Lawyer, engineer, doctor - are the career options for the child of a traditional Indian family. My parents wanted the best for my sister and I. Unfortunately, the way I received their attention was the expression of their disappointment in grades that were slightly off the perfect mark. Living as an young Indian man bound to the pressure to reach absolute success under my traditional family was undoubtedly mentally strenuous, but it allowed me to mature as an individual and naturally strive towards success, eventually on my own terms. Throughout school, my mother supervised my grades on a minute-by-minute basis.