During her marriage with Tea Cake, she spends time expressing her love for him and makes she he realizes it, for “Janie mounted the stairs with her lamp. The light in her hand was like a spark of sun-stuff washing her face in fire” (Hurston 218). The word around “light” simply means something bright that makes things visual, but the way the word is used implies a deeper meaning. The authors use of the word “light” suggests that they are trying to show enlightenment or joy in a larger meaning. The look on his face lit up when the bright light from the ceiling shined on him.
That warm, fuzzy feeling it gave you, deep down inside. How their smile made you smile. That feeling my friends is the spirit of Christmas. Let me tell you my story of how I learned the true spirit of Christmas. My mom has always made Christmas special for my little sister and me.
We understood when she cut from the big cake and gave the slice to Jem” (Lee 214). An azalea is known for its softness and is often given to the ones you love. Maudie makes sure to be soft and gentle with the children as they are emotionally hurt from the result of the trial. Therefore, she slices a large piece of cake for Jem, for he is the oldest and maturing and a rapid pace. She notices every detail about the children and makes sure to have a good influence on the,.
She only punished Tita out of good intentions, not because she wanted to inflict permanent physical and emotional damage on the young woman. Just because Mama Elena does not fit the description of a traditionally “loving mother” does not make her any less motherly. She is a definite mother figure in Tita’s
Tashi is incredibly bright, but her ability to learn is hindered by Olinka beliefs, such as “A girl is nothing to herself; only to her husband can she become something” (pg 162). These misogynistic beliefs constrain the Olinka women, refusing them education outside of learning the housework required to serve a man. In addition to abide by restrictive beliefs, the Olinka women must undergo painful rites of passage that objectify women. While Nettie and her fellow missionaries were in England, trying to help the Olinka reclaim the land that businesses had stolen from them, Tashi had to suffer through “both the facial scarification ceremony and the rite of female initiation” (pg 247). These painful ordeals left Tashi “listless, dull-eyed, and tired… ashamed of the scars on her face” (pg 248).
Katerina “yours, if you talk of tales and so farewell” One of the most famous quotes, Katerina is a fighter, quite a long quote, but it portrays many sides, she has no intentions of backing down, she is pampered living with her father and her sister she has nothing to worry about, she doesn 't want her sister to be wedded if that means she must be first. Petruchio wants to wed the most well known hard headed, stubborn woman, the one to tame the bull if that means he must put in the extra willpower so be it. Katerina does not respect Petruchio in this instance, she pities the man for trying to woo her, for she is not a prize to be won in the kingdom amongst her eyes. For this does not fool Petruchio, he knows there is a ladylike woman deep
Esther does not renege on her beliefs and continues to believe that there is no good left in the world without any will to change that Everything seemed upsetting in Esther’s eyes. Esther had not seeked any help alone, which proves that she never wanted a normal life, but she needed one to survive instead. Death was beautiful in her perspective, and humans are attracted to beauty. Although Esther could have helped herself, she did not. She allowed others to help her, but when they failed, she blamed them for her misery and depression.
Moreover, Darcy does not deny the fact that he separated Jane and Bingley "I have no wish of denying that I did every thing in my power to separate my friend from your sister, or that I rejoice in my success. Towards him I have been kind-er than towards myself" (Austen 223). On the other hand, Darcy also finds reasons to have a bad impression of Elizabeth. Due to Elizabeth’s family and their embarrassing acts, Darcy does not see the real inner beauty of Elizabeth. Mrs. Bennet seems to be a tiresome and annoying person whose desire is to see her daughters getting married and does not seem to care about anything else in the world.
Sofia as a self-confident woman bought progression and change to Celie life, in a sense that she taught her how to fight and to stand up for herself. In the beginning of the novel Celie wasn’t confident in herself, she couldn’t stand up for herself and what she believed in she was simply weak, and this weakness was bought because of what she was going through all the man in her life that were abusing her and treating her like dirt and the fact that she never had a mother figure in her life to protect her and to teach her to be strong independent woman. So when she met Sofia she was jealous about Sofia character and she wanted to be like her she envied her- “…I say it cause I’m jealous of you. I say it cause you do what I can’t” (Walker, 2014,
Marriage is described as a testing ground for the woman. Tradition has it that a woman’s crown and status cannot be guaranteed outside marriage and motherhood. These are shown to be a girl’s acclaimed ambition. Basheika had to abandon her thriving supermarket business so as to maintain not only her dignity as a married woman but to salvage her collapsing marriage and be reunited with her children who are drifting away from her. An unmarried girl is seen to have failed in the eyes of the society so is a childless wife; a mother of daughters only is still unfulfilled in a world considered to be solidly patriarchal.