In “All Summer in a Day”, they locked Margot in the closet because they were afraid the sun wouldn’t come out and they were jealous that she still may be the only one to know what the sun looks like. At first, they thought this was
The kids say this because they are jealous of Margot. When the sun finally came out again that day the kids were bullies and pushed her into a dark and old closet so she wouldn’t be able to see the sun. My choice of theme to this story really portrays that these kids were really cruel to Margot. In the end, The kids finally realize that they were jerks and bullies
Jealousy leads people to do things that they otherwise may not have done. This apparent in the text "All Summer in a Day" by Ray Bradbury, a young girl, by the name of Margot, has an experience all of the other children envy. As the only one who remembers the sun during a seven-year rain, she has to deal with the trauma of being away from the sun that means so much to her. Consequently, the children hate her for this and treat her with complete disrespect and zero regard to her emotions. Bradbury displays jealousy's negative impact on someone's behavior and exposes human nature's tendency to want what others have with his use of pivotal moments.
I really do. I almost wish I was going with you.” Martine: “Want to swap places?” (St. John 6) Martine never even wanted to go on the trip for the ten-day cruise.
“I was squinting because I was in that silent agony that characterized all of my childhood summers… my dilated and vulnerable eyes exposed to the summer brightness” (241). Audre Lorde uses the agony of her childhood as a symbol of how she viewed the trip to Washington with her family. If she had have grown up in a different neighborhood, with different parents, or even if she had grown up white, she would have experienced the trip differently in a sense that she would be treated with respect wherever she went. The late 1940’s had several groups struggling to find a way to fit in. “Normal” in 1947 was being white.
Connie's mother looked at her daughter with disgust as she talked down to her about her looks. This was because Connie could not live up to what her sister was. Connie’s family just wants her to be like her sister so much so that Connie was always compared to June; “June did this, June did that” (324). When Connie’s family leaves, she “sat with her eyes closed in the sun, dreaming and dazed with the warmth about her as if this were a kind of love, the caresses of love” in this way she feels as her family leaves her she dreams of what it would feel like to be loved (326). Connie feels this way because she has yet to feel love in such this way leaving her vulnerable.
This makes the kid start to get angry and frustrated. For example, in the story, it states, “ ‘Get away!’ The boy gave her another push. ‘What’re you waiting for?’ Then, for the first time, she turned and looked at him.
After the kids locked Margot in the closet the kids got to go outside and enjoy the sun, they remembered about Margot. The rain had started up again, all the kids were gloomy and sad. But there was an incredible amount of regret and guilt filling up the kids. If the kids had never decided to take action, they would have never had to deal with the guilt and
Metaphors and emotions show the representation of the sun. Also, someone could argue that the sun symbolizes patience. On Venus they wait seven years in the rain just to see the sun for an hour. They have to be patient because the time won’t go any faster.
“The Flowers” Sometimes we learn things about the people around us that we don’t want to know, we learn things about the world we want to purge from our minds. In ‘The Flowers” Myop is introduced to a cruel and harsh reality that was very prominent at the time of her life. What she learns causes Myop to be changed forever, she loses the freedom and happiness of summer, and into the gloomy chill of the next season of her life.
Lastly, In the story her husband never lets her talk about house she feels, so she keeps it all bottled up in her head which eventually drives her crazy. As “The Yellow Wallpaper” States “It 's hard to talk to john about my case, because he loves me so. But I tried to last night” (777 Gilman). This show another great example of women cruelty because back then women were not allowed to state there own opinion and also
The effect is that kids are squeezing together waiting for the sun to come out. Also there’s this girl named margot who experience the sun and that’s make her everyone different from everyone else. William blamed margot about the sun. They joined william and got margot and locked her in the closet. After later in the passage The rain stopped everyone disappointed about what happened they thought the sun was going to come out.
“Tortilla Sun,” mentions a girl and her mother. One day, as the mom is doing work she announced to her daughter a very heartbreaking message for her. “‘It 's strange actually. I wasn 't expecting it, but then at the last minute the funding came through.’ She folded her arms across her waist.
They came so close she would always tell people she was babysitting Frankie but really she did not want to talk to certain people. Frankie started to see a little of Simon in Frankie sky As time went on Frankie and her friends all got together and went to the beach, but Bradley and Frankie did not go in, so they took a walk. Later before they left Bradley secretly kissed Frankie. Lisette found out when she came back from, her Sunday school camp in Maine that Bradley cheated on her. A Day went on and Frankie Sky got sick and got sent to the Emergency Room.