10 “Such courage and energy as hers deserve admiration, and what is more support” ,moreover, in the third paragraph, the sentence “The United States Authorities have, however, pursued these women with may almost be styled virulence.”. The importance of these quotes is evident in the way the author wrote them. The entirety of this means that the author believes Susan to be a strong, independent woman. Someone who doesn’t rely on a multitude of resources. So in conclusion the author feels great respect towards Susan, as her efforts trying
Words have made peace, ended wars and started wars among nations. Words can cause the loss of hope to accomplish one’s ambitions and visions or words can provide one the strength to overcome the most challenging difficulties. Words can improve or take away one’s sense of purpose, one’s freedom and even one’s self esteem. Words can be negative or positive; either way, one cannot keep from being touched by them. Words and phrases have also been used to distinct groups of people.
One must wonder how famous a person must be to have an era named after them. The Elizabethan Age was named after Queen Elizabeth who reigned from 1558-1603. Elizabeth I became the role model for all the women around her. As one of the first female monarchs of England, she changed how both men and women viewed women’s roles during medieval times. Elizabeth I proved that she was a strong, intelligent leader whose appearance, education, and decisions all led up to the legacy she left behind and the immense impact she had on future queens.
Keller met and inspired President Calvin Coolidge and as well as First Lady Grace Coolidge. Before she was even a teenager, Helen had already met eminences such as Mark Twain. According to the Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 2, Mark Twain described Helen as “quick and bright.” According to Harvard Magazine, “...Alexander Graham Bell, Mark Twain, and Andrew Carnegie regarded Keller and Sullivan as two of the most remarkable women of their time.” Helen has indeed inspired these famous phenomenas, but also accomplished many extraordinary things throughout her
Having them telling their own stories helps us to connect better with them and come to love them even more. It almost helps to forget the fact that they die in the end. Minerva is one of the more stubborn sisters and I think by her stories we can tell she was the daughter who was the most strong willed. Patria on the other hand was strong but also cautious and more
Positive Thinking and Conflict There are many times in one’s life where a simple positive gesture can make their day. Anne, in “The Diary of a Young Girl” by Anne Frank along with Louise Ogawa in “Dear Miss Breed” by Joanne Oppenheim, display attitudes that not only helped themselves, but gave other people hope. Though some might argue that positivity during a conflicting situation won’t help resolve anything, having a positive outlook on a negative situation can help someone solve their disagreement swiftly and efficiently. The best way someone can respond to conflict is with a positive attitude because it can be a stress reliever, give tremendous benefits to their physical health, and make others around them happier. Having a positive attitude can make people less stressed during a time of conflict.
Adèle is the epitome of what society considers an ideal woman, which helps show how different she is from Edna, “Many of them were delicious in the role; one of them was the embodiment of every womanly grace and charm. If her husband did not adore her, he was a brute, deserving a death by slow torture” (9). The people around Adèle recognize her as a woman of grace, so she became society’s idea of a motherly-woman. Although Adèle conveys friendliness to those surrounding her, she also displays how devoted she is to her
Women are unique, and very special, they deserve a positive outlook from others. The audience hears this multiple times and are convinced each time. As an individual listening to Truth's speech, you would most likely become eager to fight for what it is you want. Truth uses her words wisely and makes a powerful statement, that the audience will be affected by in some way. Truth is a powerful women with experience and intelligence to share with the
Readers are also predisposed to highly approve of the character Faith with her pink ribbons and submissive personality. Faith becomes a symbol of hope and innocence throughout the story and is Brown’s greatest influence for good. Though the character herself does not do much in the story, she is the main fighting force against evil and sin; that is why it is so traumatic for Brown when it is unclear whether or not she rejected evil in the end. Readers end up conflicted over opposing preconceptions of certain images and ideas, and may be perplexed over the directions Hawthorne takes this short
Van Doren’s use of admiring tone allows readers to readily agree upon with his statements about Hester Prynne. In the essay, he comments that “she is set to cast a spell over those who behold her” (Van Doren). The portrayal of Hester mesmerizes him, therefore he delivers statements about her with confidence, in an admiring tone. In effect of this, the allure of Hester, which Van Doren creates, allows the audience to perceive her as a prominent woman figure, rather than a sinner. Van Doren also
Troin Bellisario, from Pretty Little Liars is such a great leader, because she is integrity, self-assured, and last but not least commitment. She has motivated many people to never give up on their dreams. Integrity is one of the first things that relate Troin on the show, and in real life. When the rest of the girls had a doubt, or have a question, she would respond with pure honesty. She has mentioned “you don’t have to be perfect at everything, and that it’s okay to make mistakes”.