In this letter, Adams had a soothing tone that makes John know that she is not angry with him, and she is letting him know that she is lucky to have a son who gave her “pleasing hopes” (Adams). throughout their life and informs him that “Nothing is wanting with you but attention, diligence, and steady application” (Adams). to reassure him that he is special and will achieve great success in life. In conclusion, Abigail Adams wrote this passionate letter to her son to offer advice and support before he took on this massive journey traveling around the globe. She wanted to express to her precious son to take on any opportunity that the universe threw at him for he is not the only one with admirable qualities.
Continuing on to speak of how “your improvement should bear some proportion to your advantages,” showing how important and beneficial these experiences are building up character and turning John Quincey Adams into a man. Concluding her letter, Abigail Adams places a slight pressure on her son to feel guilty about not wanting to embrace this opportunity. Achieveing this through her deliberate wording and her strong emphasis on pathos. Nevertheless, she uses picturesque diction, a supportive tone, and allusions to encourage John Quincey Adams to persevere through the struggles that he is faced with in
To emphasize, Antigone responds to King Creon, “ If I die young, I say I’d gain something” (Sophocles 20). This clearly displays how Antigone believes she isn’t losing anything, but actually gaining something. Antigone is gaining, the knowledge that she proved a proper burial for her brother even though it meant she couldn’t have one for herself. She also proved how greatly she believes in adjusting the law, even if it meant taking her own
Being considerate of others is very important in throughout life. It is something that has existed in history since the beginning of time, and the article “Abigail Adams, Excerpts From Letters to John Adams about the Battle of Bunker Hill and Conditions in Boston” shows the way colonists were very considerate of each other. Abigail writes letters to her husband to let him know that she is okay so that he does not worry about her; she was being very considerate of him because during that time, war was taking place and she was letting him know that she was safe so that he would not worry about her well-being. She also shows herself very brave in her letters in order to make him feel that she is not going through as much difficult times as one
However what Nea does not understand in all her youth and idealism , is that sourdi does not want to be saved: She willfully accepts her fate and her marriage to Mr.Chhay because she finds financial stability and a secure future. Since the beginning of the story Nea believes that she is saving or protecting Sourdi from the expectations of her mother and Mr. Chhay. The mother and the uncle have fix a marriage with an older man named Mr.Chhay. Sourdi is a young girl that has a boyfriend name Duke, But her mom really dosen’t cares what Sourdi thinks or wants. So Sourdi meets Mr.chhay and she feels uncomfortable in the
Mothers have pushed their children to achieve greatness since the beginning of time. Such an example can be seen in a mother’s request to Samuel Johnson for an archbishop’s patronage for her son and the response of Samuel Johnson. In this letter, Samuel Johnson uses various rhetorical strategies to explain and justify to the mother that there is no reason for him to endorse her son and talk to the archbishop about patronage. In the beginning, Johnson explains the mistake that the mother made. He describes expectation that is “dictated not by reason, but by desire” is “dangerous to indulge.” She expected Johnson to comply and that her son would receive patronage.
Even though they have only known each other for a short amount of time, they loved each other enough to take their own lives. If they had thought about their decisions more thoroughly, they would still be alive. When Juliet consents to marrying Paris, she goes to Friar Laurence to ask for help and find a way out of the marriage. Juliet: "Tell me not, friar, that thou hear 'st of this, Unless thou tell me how I may
“You 're here. That 's all I need to know. And you will keep me safe, and you will keep me close, and rain will make the flowers grow.” (Movie quote) In the book Les Miserables by Victor Hugo and the movie Les Miserables there is a lot of evidence showing that Eponine is the better choice for Marius. Eponine would have brought a better relationship to Marius’s life because they grew up together, she truly cared for him, and his love for Cosette was superficial. Eponine showed how she truly cared for Marius through her loyalty and sacrifices she made for him.
As far as the community of Verona is concerned they are very caring and respectful people. The differences between the two of them are the methods of the way that they each go about marrying Juliet. The methods that Paris would want to do would be by following regular tradition and ask Lord Capulet for Juliet’s hand in marriage because he prefers to do everything smoothly and does not mind to cause conflict. The way that Romeo would do this would be to just keep it between Juliet and himself and ask for her hand in marriage because he does not want any conflict to be involved. Between Romeo marrying Juliet and Paris marrying her it would probably be better for Romeo to marry her due to the fact that he knows her more and is also closer to her more than Paris is.
The mention of Sumita’s sari shows the reader that she has not yet been changed by the life she will soon be thrown into. She is told by her family that she is lucky, as this man is from America. This is the first implication of their perspective on western culture, that they are somehow of a lower status. She is fearful and apprehensive, but blocks out these emotions because to be chosen by an American man is seen as an honor, and to reject that would be ungreatful. Her father goes on to reassure her, with the use of
They want to continue their family 's tradition and live in their homeland for the rest of their lives. The quote also shows how loyal they are to their father and how almost nothing can change their mind. The other reason Najmah wants to leave to go to Golestan is because she feels she has put Nusrat in danger while she is in danger. "I have grown used to feeling safe with Bibi Nusrat, and my heart feels leadin when I realize that Nur and I are in danger again, and because of us, Bibi Nusrat is also in danger. (page 257)" Najmah feels as if she is putting Nusrat a life on the line when she goes with her any where now.