However what Nea does not understand in all her youth and idealism , is that sourdi does not want to be saved: She willfully accepts her fate and her marriage to Mr.Chhay because she finds financial stability and a secure future. Since the beginning of the story Nea believes that she is saving or protecting Sourdi from the expectations of her mother and Mr. Chhay. The mother and the uncle have fix a marriage with an older man named Mr.Chhay. Sourdi is a young girl that has a boyfriend name Duke, But her mom really dosen’t cares what Sourdi thinks or wants. So Sourdi meets Mr.chhay and she feels uncomfortable in the
Finally, following the example of her role models, Celie is inspired to become an independent businesswoman with a healthy view of self-worth. Throughout this novel, the protagonist experiences that in order to break free from oppression, strong role models must be present to model an alternative lifestyle and inspire independence. Initially, the protagonist lives obediently, unable to fight against the oppressive men in her life because she has no strong women to inspire her. At the young age of twenty,
Though all her characters tries to attain self-fulfillment her struggle does not bring results. Stacey also experiences the same escapism rather than facing the situation boldly. Stacey is a working servant like Deshpande’s characters. Stacey’s condition is no better than a typical house wife’s who always cares for others and keeps herself occupied in serving the family. She is a wife and a mother but forgets herself, the actual nature of her real problem.
The mistress of the household is trying to decide what to buy for her husband, Jim, with the little money she has. Even though she is distraught, she does not give up hope. “Many a happy hour she had been planning for something nice for him” (O. Henry). Della
As I set up for the interview, we make small talk. From this I gather that overall she is satisfied with life, yet still frustrated with family troubles. Currently living in her daughters house, Aurea often butts heads with her son-in-law, since she is perpetually unimpressed with his standards of cleanliness. Nevertheless, she is also grateful for them as they took her in after things got shaky with her other daughter which she lived with. I have observed that it is important for her living situation to involve a watchful eye over her.
My grandma Sylvia does all of it on her own with a little help every once and awhile since my grandfather passed away. In order to be considered a hard worker she has to have worked hard at something.So one of the things that makes her a hard worker is she runs her own hair salon which she is the only employee/boss. Another thing she does is manage to keep her house clean even though sometimes that means hiring someone. Lastly she makes sure my little cousin gets off the bus safely, and watches her until my aunt gets out of work. The obstacles she 's faced made her have to work even harder to achieve her goals.Though instead of giving up and calling a quits she trudged on.
Rochester as her housemaid Christophine, is often seen acting as a motherly figure and acts as her protector against Mr. Rochester’s attempts to control and abuse her. In furtherance, although they have a strange relationship, seeing that Christophine was given to her mother as a wedding present, she and Antoinette still share a nurturing relationship which Mr. Rochester simply does not have. In further detail, though, Antoinette still suffers from not having two parental figures, she still has somewhat of a caretaker and “base” to report back to when she needs it. Despite, Antoinette 's lack of two paternal parental figures who deeply care for her, Christophine acts as a pseudo-mother figure who looks after Antoinette, which counters she and Mr. Rochester’s
Mallard no longer feels resentment about the passing of her husband. She came to realize that the passing of her husband benefited her inner self more than it did hurting her. Before, she did not know how it felt to be independent. Since she was basically living through her husband, Ms. Mallard really didn’t have an identity of her own. Another example that the story justifies this theme is that Ms. Mallards begins talking about her future, completely ignoring the fact that soon she could become heavily ill due to her heart problems because she is “discovering
“I like your parents and always enjoyed including them. Why would she think that?” “Because they have no money,” Peggy said. “She thinks that’s why you didn’t want her over.” Peggy’s mother never said those words. Peggy liked to create drama and trouble; and here she was doing both at my expense. Trying to ease any further resentment, we continued taking Levi and Leah over to their house and once again the problems started.
Deenies mother is always saying deenie needs to be a model when she hasn’t even asked deenie what she wants she is trying to live the life she wanted through her children like her other daugter (Deenies sister) helen who is "the brains of the family" she is always telling helen she needs to study because shes the brains but deenie never has to study because she the face of the family which is very unfair to not only helen but also deenie. They both should be treated the