Also, the view of others when looking at her scarred face reflects how she sees herself. It displays how she cannot let go of her past. Nevertheless, when she decides to confidently show her scarred face in front of strangers, this is when she overcomes the challenge she has been suffering from for so long. By accepting the past, she comprehends that the past has nothing to do with how she is today. Additionally, the story Minka has written holds its own significance.
When she says this she feels her own pain, but also pain for others. She knows that there are women like her that are grieving for the loss of loved ones because of war. Throughout the war Lan lost many people and she tells Kien that he is the only one to come back. She tells
I relate to this story the most because I have depression, feel like my parents don't love me, and complain about the things I don't have. In the story, everything about the girl's life is sad. If it's just sad to us, then to her, it's something that quite literally makes her want to die. I relate to this because I have depression.
When, the harsh words Lovato received overthrew the love that was there, she became swept up in the whirlwind. Therefore, her tragic flaw that ultimately leads to her suffering is her lack of self confidence when faced with opposing forces. For the modern tragic hero, the downfall occurs when her situation with bullies spiteful words started to build up inside of her until she finally can not take it anymore. For instance, Demi’s tyrants would call her “fat”, she believed them, and would soon after develop unhealthy eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia, and so much more in the future. After Demi Lovato had done so much self harm, Lovato undergoes recognition, a shift from ignorance about her own
Macomber. Margot Macomber presents Aristotle 's example of thinking your courageous because of your own emotions. She does many things throughout the story out of being bitter and angry towards her husband, Francis. She seems to also have a very poor and moral character because of her hateful actions, which makes it very hard for readers to like her or even think of her as a courageous person. Mrs. Macomber hated the fact that her husband was a coward, yet she seemed to be the same thing herself.
In Wang Anyi's novel Song of Everlasting Sorrow women's friendship is a major theme, however many of the friendships fail. The main reason behind the failure of the friendships was because of Wang Qiyao's ongoing identity crisis. In addition to her identity crisis Wang Qiyao's ulterior motives behind the friendships along with her distrusting personality contributed to the downfall of her two main friendships.
Both Jing-mei and her mother faces each form of conflict and they are revealed throughout the story. Jing-mei and her mother have some very good examples of internal conflicts. It was one part of the story when Jing-mei feels sad that she couldn’t live up to be that person that her mother wants her to be. It is showing that Jing-mei feels bad. She’s not living up to the dream that her mother thought up for
Kizer used the moment to give readers a sense of the hidden inner thoughts of the scorned woman. As the reader, it is quite obvious that during this verbal exchange of former lovers, the woman has internal struggles with her feelings towards someone she used to be so close to. She wants so badly to hate him, but underneath she harbors residual feelings for him. She repeatedly has to talk her inner self down from wanting this man, as she tells her “Down, girl! Keep your distance.”
We see dramatic irony in the fact that Mrs. Hale speaks of her lack of reaching out to Mrs. Wright with friendship played a role in the actions of Mrs. Wright and if she had what that friendship would have meant to Mrs. Wright. At the same time, Mrs. Peters inadvertently adds fuel to the flames of Mrs. Hale’s guilt by pointing out that Mrs. Wright did not even have children to occupy her days like Mrs. Hale did. Feeling even worse, the author uses imagery to show how desolate this farm really is. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters both realize now that what they have learned about Mrs. Wright (by being in her home) her life and marriage have been far worse than they could have
Soraya told Amir that she regret her decisions when she was younger and Amir thought: “I knew all about regret”(180). Amir acknowledges that he wasn't happy about his bad decision to not help Hassan. These quotes show that Amir is accepting failure and is moving on from his betrayal. Amir has moved from trying to forget about this betrayal to realizing that he messed up. This part of the book helps develop dynamic
You can see the sadness in her eyes you can tell how miserable she is. She was as sad as death. I would not judge her because she had to overcome so many harsh obstacles in her life. She suffered a lot throughout her life. Her owners would abuse of her while the other slaves would observe.
It can be perceived that Ismene attempts to share responsibility for Antigone’s actions perhaps out of guilt. In the event of Antigone’s death, Ismene will have lost her entire family. In the opening scene, Antigone begs Ismene to help bury Polyneikes, instead Ismene declines saying that it is forbidden by the law of Kreon, king of Thebes. Ismene in lines 78 and 79 says “I am not free. I must obey whoever is in charge” later in this same scene in line 95 and 96, she can be quoted saying “how can I defy this city, I don’t have the strength”.
Nothing is worse than being betrayed by the person that was strongly trusted or loved. Betraying someone that was strongly trusted or loved, can cause the bad choices to lead to bad situations. In William Shakespeare's famous " Romeo& Juliet", there were betrayals that were caused from all different situations and people. Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet" shows how betrayal could cause the same person to be betrayed in the end. In this situation Paris, Capulet, and Juliet were all betrayed by someone.
Through the Salem witch trials, twenty-four innocent people lost their lives due to betrayal. They were hung because they were accused and found to be guilty of witchcraft. In reality, everyone that was accused and had died were innocent, but used as targets by others to save their own lives. In Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, out of fear, Abigail Williams, Mary Warren, Mercy Lewis, and Reverend Hale betrayed their morals to save themselves. As a result of betrayal, lives were taken, relationships were ruined, and trusts were broken.