PARAGRAPH 1- BIRD CAGE o Symbol for Holly o Holly first set her eyes on the birdcage which the narrator adored when walking past an antique shop in New York. o She appreciates 'it 's fantasy: "but still, it 's a cage" and therefore Holly does not like it. o The audience and narrator are first exposed to Hollys hate towards confinement when she avoids the idea of going near the zoo as "she couldn 't bear to see anything in a cage". o Through the theme of freedom in Breakfast at Tiffanies, Truman Capote helps to explore the ownership characters feel and the other ways this is displayed within the novella. Freedom is something which always remained relevant and important throughout Hollys life.
The Breakfast Club portrays elements of adolescent development very well. In this stage of our lives we are trying to figure out who we are. Some of us may explore different identities and there are others that just do what others tell them to do. The movie depicted role confusion in each of the characters. It also talked about peer pressure and how it influences how we act.
The Breakfast Club (1985) is a teen movie sensation written and directed by John Hughes. Starring in the movie are Molly Ringwald as Claire, Ally Sheedy as Allison, Emilio Estevez as Andrew, Anthony Michael Hall as Brian and Judd Nelson as Bender. All the characters represent a different clique from an American high school. As part of the different groups they have never got to know each other before. They see each other as a princess, a basket case, an athlete, a brain and a criminal, so does their principal Vernon.
The Breakfast Club is a movie that was released in 1985. This classic movie was written and directed by the famous John Hughes. The movie revolves around five high school students who are forced to attend Saturday detention and write an essay about who they think they are as a person. Every main character comes from a different clique. There’s the jock, Andrew; the popular girl, Claire; the nerd, Brian; the rebel, Bender; and the odd girl, Allison.
"The Breakfast Club" is a coming of age film directed by John Hughes in 1985, where five very different adolescent students are assigned to Saturday detention, where they figure out that each of them fits a particular stereotype, they all have the same characteristics but through their own experiences they become who they are today. In this movie Claire Standish is the princess, Alison Reynolds is the freak, John Bender is the criminal, Brian Johnson is the nerd and Andrew Clarke is the jock. At first no one’s knows each other, nor do they want to, but slowly through experience they have together they slowly have to get to know one another. They quickly realise that they have a lot more in common then they first imagined. Not one of them of them communicates well with their parents, all are under pressure from their peers, and they all dread their future, they fear they might grow up to follow
The Breakfast Club is not in fact a movie about bacon and eggs. It’s a coming of age film about 5 different teenagers all linked together by one common element, Saturday detention. At first, they are all close-minded and judgmental of each other until they come to realize they may be from different circles of friends but are not so different in the end. This film is still very relatable to this day. Everyone in this film is in his or her own societal bubbles, but come to understand they are all facing the same problems.
She describes her home as an “Eden of constant spring” and at this point, Tosh becomes an influential father figure to Clyde. He showed him how to play sports and Clyde even starts to call him “Daddy.” It was almost as if she was living a picturesque life, as she said her life began to resemble a Good Housekeeping advertisement. However, Maya starts to realize the flaws in the perfection. She loses grasp on her independence and feels a sense of guilt for doing anything she loves. The toxicity of the relationship isn’t apparent at first, but once it creeps up, it’s hard to ignore.
It 's more unpretentious yet is an outright critical representation of race. Case in point, Brittany and Tiffany 's gathering of companions comprises of three white young ladies who are delineated as shallow young ladies whose just hobby is in shopping and in young men. While this portrayal may be precise for young ladies ages 17-21, the film confines it to just white young ladies, in this manner deriving
Felicia, Mrs. Shelby was a strong and intelligent character in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" she does rules her household based off her beliefs and morals and the book shows her husband accepting her rule. Because the cultural mindset at the time was that women were only capable of raising children and running the household. They were considered inferior to men and not as intelligent. You notice this when Mrs. asks to help her husband with the plantation finances and he replies, "O, ridiculous, Emily! You are the finest woman in Kentucky; but still you haven't to know that you don't understand business; -- women never do, and never can... You don't know anything about business, I tell you"(Stowe, 372).
Mrs. Foote has a different view of point on her maid like Skeeter and unlike the rest of the white people in town. She is not from Jackson and comes from a poor family. She does not make friends with Hilly Holbrook and her friends because they think she is white trash and Hilly claims she stole her husband. Hilly Holbrook lives with her dement mother and she is the leader of the bridge club and has a lot of influence. She fires Minny for using her bathroom and loses her temper quite often.