Judy Blume, the author, compiled stories by censored writers in addition to their experience with censorship to show how badly it is infecting the writing community like a nasty disease that only keeps spreading, spreading, and spreading. A typical situation of how censorship happens is when a parent or staff member takes a glimpse at a page in a book furthermore, sees a sexual innuendo, a blow-by-blow rundown of someone getting their gluteus maximus handed to them, or maybe just a simple cuss word. Then the book gets removed silently off the shelves without anybody knowing; no one to stand up for the book. For the people who do try to stick up for these books, of course, get ridiculed, maybe even expelled due to the dog eat dog world we live in. Judy has experienced censorship herself.
Bullying Is an act from someone who believes they are superior to another person hurting them by damaging their reputation and destroying their confidence. Andrea Gibson illustrates an image of her being bullied in her acclaimed poem “A letter to the Playground Bully from Andrea, Age 8 ½”. She wants to end the tension between her and her bully because of his verbal abusiveness towards her. She uses repetition to highlight and resolve her complications, healing her sorrows by writing this poem.
Diana had a history of bulimia, and there have been reports that she threw herself down a staircase in a suicide attempt as well. Bulimia is a an emotional disorder involving distortion of body image. Once people learned that Princess Diana suffered from mental health issues, it helped lessen the stigma around mental health for some. Princess Diana said her life was unhappy, so she brought the happiness to the world. Princess Diana had a depressing childhood.
This quote is noteworthy because the point of view, first person, shows how Martha feels about getting the jacket. If this was written in third person, the reader might not understand how much the jacket truly means to her. This piece from the text shows that Martha was very upset about hearing she might not receive the jacket. These craft elements used by the author not only show the
One character in the novel who showed a great amount of courage, although at first glance it may not have seemed this way, was Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose. After Jean Louise Finch (Scout) and her older brother Jeremy Atticus Finch (Jem) spent a good amount of time reading to Mrs. Dubose, they both came to the conclusion that she was evil. To their surprise, however, explained that she was actually battling an addiction that she recently lost her life to.
By the end of the play, Lady Macbeth realized the consequences her and her husband are going through. She tried to save her out of control relationship by drawing him from plotting. However, she was too weakened by her own psychological guilt that left her drained and was unable to stop Macbeth. In fact, due to her guilt of taking part of the murdering, she started sleepwalking and having delirious visions. These visions make her believe she has blood on her hands that can’t was off, symbolizing what’s done cannot be undone.
Lady Macbeth’s character undergoes a complete personality transformation by Act V. The anxiety she had always feared is enhanced as she sleepwalks and guiltily relives her actions. “Out, damned spot, out, I say!... Yet who would have the old man to have so much blood in him” (Act V, i, 25-30). Through her death, Shakespeare enhances his philosophy that she utilized her free will to make negative decision which led to a guilt-filled fate.
However, because society is cruel and who never approve of a woman so independent, she creeps around the room to hide her escape. When John arrives at the nursery-like room, he sees what has become of his wife. His wife explains she has ‘gotten out, in spite of you and Jane,’ before John faints and his wife continues to creep around the room, trying her best not to step on the fallen body. In conclusion, the narrator of the Yellow Wallpaper, is what happened to a woman in an oppressed society.
so he stabs the person behind the curtain and it turned out to be Polonius (Ophelia's dad). When she found out she was going mad. In document D "Get thee to a Nunnery" Hamlet asks where her father is and she says he is at home but he is really behind the mirror to spy on them. In the second excerpt Ophelia sings about 2 of Hamlet's actions which is he killed Polonius and rejected her.
1, when Macbeth’s wife, Lady Macbeth, is found sleep walking in the night while speaking out of her unconscious mind. After Lady Macbeth slips away from the main plotline, having just murdered King Duncan, she plummets into deep feelings of guilt. This scene allowed Shakespeare to show how guilt truly affected Lady Macbeth, which sent a strong message to the audience that guilt will ultimately lead to destruction. Freud also states “He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips; betrayal oozes out of him at every pore” (Article Freud).
Stand up to bullying! By Vibhu Janardhanan core ½ 2/2/17 (Topic Sentence)No kid deserves to get bullied. (Surprising Fact)Do you know that every year, 4,400 kids every commit suicide every year because they get bullied? 30% of those kids are gay or lesbian. (Background Information)Jamie Nabozny, a boy who goes to school in a small town in Wisconsin, faces constant torture from other kids because he is gay.
Youth who self-blame and conclude they deserved to be bullied are more likely to face negative outcomes, such as depression, prolonged victimization, and maladjustment. The children’s book; “Bully” written by Judith Casely is sexist due to the excess of gender stereotyping, gender roles, and the loss and gain of voice although there is gender equality in the end of the story. There are several times when Judith Casely portrays the masculine roles. Boys are being aggressive towards each other; the boys that appear bigger often intimidate the tougher boys. An illustration of masculine roles; “There’s a bully at school, and his name is Jack, he used to be my friend, but now eats my cookies and breaks my pencils in half” (Casely 8).