No one but me carries it all and no one will" (273). Ida says this because this is her story, everytime you tell a story you want to make sure to tell it in the best way possible. Each time she tells it she learns from the periouse time and makes it better, well staying honest. No one will ever fully understand your story because they did not go through it like you did. When Ida is nararating her story she starts when she was younger and talks about her struggles, strengths and what she went through.
From the book Copper Sun, I have figured out that I am very different from the main character named Amari, but in some ways I can relate to her as well. Amari is a fifteen year old African American girl, who is from a tribe called “The Ewe”. One day white people, who the tribe had never seen before, came to their village and shot and killed many innocent people, three of which were Amari’s family. The ones that were not killed were chained up and had to walk a long way, day and night, without much water. They were taken to a building that was really dreary, where there were many other girls and boys, who looked sickly.
In the novel, The Book of Negroes, we meet a girl named Aminata who exceeds expectations of herself. She pushes herself to continue to grow and learn new things, even if her surroundings don’t permiss her too. Aminata’s strength shines through her darkest days but every set back gives her a reason to keep trying and to keep growing. Being strong is important for her, as it is was has gotten her through all of her misfortune. “Beauty comes and goes.
"Ohhhh," she squeaked. She tore a book from the suitcase, hurled it at him - "Here!" and dashed into the school.” This phrase clearly makes Amanda look like a caring character. Another way that the author develops Amanda to be caring is by using the actions of the main character Amanda. In the story, Amanda can be seen doing a caring action.
The story shows Amir trying to redeem himself from his childish and cowardly acts of the past as he becomes more selfless and braver. Baba was another round character. Although, at first, he seems like a great, untouchable figure that could wrestle bears, he becomes more human-like and ordinary when he moved to America. Before, he had a very high social standing, and he seemed like he could achieve anything. However, after going to America, he drops to the bottom of the social ladder and now works at a gas station.
He believes that the past is a big part of who he is and no matter how much time passes by, the memories and events that took place in Afghanistan will always be with him. Many people in Amir 's life affect the way he sees himself. For example Baba, his father. It is hard for Amir to find out who he really is because he is not the typical male afghan son Baba
Amanda’s fixation with wanting to keep her life going like the past leads to her son leaving. Tom was tired of her trying to make things in her life right by controlling him and Laura, so he left and decided to make things better for
Amir acts as the narrator and protagonist of the novel written by Khaled Hosseini. Although he deviates from being an affectionate character at the beginning of the novel, throughout the story the reader gains more insight on his compassionate side. He expresses his conflicting feelings regarding his father, Baba, along with his childhood playmate, Hassan. Amir recognizes Hassan’s lower place in society and becomes jealous of the way Baba treats Hassan. Amir is a conflicted character because of his clashes between his emotions and his rational.
This mom is also there for emotional support when Esperanza needed it. She is also one of the strongest women in the plot of the story. This makes Esperanza look up to her mom and make herself want to be a strong woman when she grows up. Esperanza's mom helps influence the way Esperanza wants to live her life in the future. The last of the three most influential characters is Marin.
This is a Korean female in her late 40 to early 50 with an education background who came from a middle-class family. The character was portraying as a thin lady with black hair who dressed in her Asian clothing standing there with rage and her expectation is for someone to heard her and will help her to find justices for her Korean people. This character has a strong personality and has a lot of opinions about justice. Who is very upset of what had just happened to her people and want the world to know what had just happen to her people. How I come to this conclusion is the ways Anna was standing and the vocabulary that Anna is using to articulate the character English.