Cadence chooses to leave Windmere and stay at Cuddledown because Gat, Mirren, and Johnny, who are part of Cadence 's imagination, live there. While Harris and his daughters are arguing over the houses and his money, no one notices that Cadence is with the Liars. This allows her to be lost in her imagination. Her best friends do not tell her about the accident, but she eventually remembers the burning of Clairmont. Even though the island’s purpose is for the Sinclair family to come together, they decide to focus on their own wealth and hide the truth from
The wealthy people tend to be unwilling to live in poor neighborhoods. All of the rundown homes on Mango Street are occupied by poor people. This quote may also be interpreted in a way reflecting racism throughout the text. In many different vignettes people are treated poorly because of their race. Racism and this text effects Esperanza and everyone around her in a very negative way.
She was advised by a specialist to “live as domestic a life as far as possible” (Gilman, page 271). Gilman’s situation worsened, but with the help of a friend she cast out the advice of the doctor and went back to living a regular life. Freud’s lecture depicts doctors’ attitudes of hysterical patients as wicked, frustrating and unpleasant. Their medical skills were powerless against hysteria, their methods had no positive effect on their patients. Just like the doctors in the lecture, the narrator’s husband didn’t listen to his wife he would ignore what she would say tell her he knows what was best for her.
The working class, specifically Clotilde Armenta’s husband, says, “Those two [Pablo and Pedro Vicario] aren’t about to kill anybody, much less someone rich” because they doubt that poor men will murder a wealthy member of the upper class (55). Here, the social classes are separating them, and the Armentas believe Santiago is too honorable to be killed by two members of the lower class. Generally, the upper class in their society, like Santiago, is separated from those of the lower class, like Angela, Pablo, and Pedro by their
Men owned men because of the color of their skin. These ex-slaves were uneducated and were scared of any change in their lives. What could be theirs today, may not be theirs tomorrow. It’s a shame that people had to live in fear of the government taking something away from them and all they did was share part of their lives to be documented and the documentation was not even accurate. “Freedom had come to a nation of four million slaves, and it changed their lives in deep and important ways.
She is being a coward by not sticking up for herself and saying something to him. She doesn’t have the courage to stand up to Tom and tell him what he is doing isn't okay, because she is afraid of him and worried he will leave her. She also is afraid to lose him because he has lots of money and she gets everything paid for by him. Without Tom, she might be near to nothing.
But the Socs are rich, while the greaser are poor and some don’t even have a good education because a couple dropped out of school to work and or they didn’t like school. Then the attitudes of the characters because in The Outsiders they have to act tough and mean no emotion towards the Socs showing that they are the alpha of the streets. But in Romeo and Juliet the groups they cannot fight around or in the houses of the very upper class families or else the family will be blamed for the death of whomever. The behaviors between the two books is very different. The characters in the Outside the have less manners because none of them respect each other at all because when they have the chance the gangs will strike like cobras In conclusion the two novels The Outsiders and Romeo and Juliet are both fantastic books.
It was likely that Ashleigh took the money because she favored her father over her mother, she was pressured to take the money, and she acted as though she was going to take the cash. Ashleigh favored her dad over her mom so it was likely she took the money to help her father. Sometimes she would say things that would make it seem like she didn’t like her mom “Mom might never be caught without batteries or tissues, but she called me Ashleigh-a name she didn’t even like-and never promised me anything,” (Susan Pfeffer #1). As you can see in the quote Ashleigh didn’t like how her mother saw her name and how she never makes promises to Ashleigh. Ashleigh and her father are like best friends and get along well “My friends’ fathers, they just tell my friends to study more they never tell them they have flair or style.” (Susan Peffer #2).
On the same stanza, the speaker uses a metaphor “They’ve got expensive doctors / to cure their hearts of stone.”(18-19). The symbolism in this was that rich people went to the doctor so they can prescribe them medication to make them feel better, about their loneliness, but in reality, it wasn’t going to work. So at the end of the stanza they repeated the message, “But nobody / No, nobody / Can make it our here
On the contrary, in “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” the theme of love and relationship is depicted between Connie and Mellors which is obscene. In “The Rocking Horse Winner”, the family was poor, although they didn’t appear to be infront of the society. The mother would spend all the money they had as the society was such that she would push herself to spend more and show it off to the society that they were rich and could spend more. Paul was so in need of his mother’s love that he talked to his mother and they had a conversation about luck and for her luck was something that would bring money. Therefore, desperate Paul thought that her love is to be bought with luck and money.
Then he yelled at her as if it was her fault that she wasn 't beautiful like the rest of the wealthy men’s wives. She thought that he mad at her for not giving birth to more children, even though that wasn’t what he was mad about it still made her feel bad. She couldn’t buy anything to make her give birth, however, he could get something to bear more children, another women. 7. “It is useless for you to beat the lad as you do.
The “whites only” bathrooms and areas made blacks feel as though freedom may have caused things to become worse due to the fact that many people did not like the changes in their freedom because now they would have to pay for labor instead of it being free with slaves. Lastly they were not able to make political and economical decisions they did not have the right to vote or even go to the same schools as the “Whites”. Therefore they needed to be seen as people and not treated with segregation and oppression.