She also said that Scout shouldn’t be doing things in pants. Another example of gender discrimination is when Jem wanted to cook, Scout laughed at the thought of seeing Jem in an apron. “Grandma’s a wonderful cook,” said Francis. “She’s gonna teach me how.” “Boys don’t cook.” I giggled at the thought of Jem in an apron” (Lee 109). This tells us that just because Jem is a boy he shouldn’t cook.
Some may argue that differing views provoke hostility between groups rather than promote camaraderie, but different beliefs can bring new outlooks on a subject and thus compel people to get along. June and Lily’s distaste for each other is obvious from the beginning. June concludes that Lily was a carbon copy of Deborah, whom she had disliked for other reasons. Lily strained to listen as June and August discussed this. The younger sister stressed that the girl couldn’t stay with them just because she was white.
By the end of the story he is a very generous man. Scrooge was a very despicable person and was greatly disliked by others. He had a very kind, forgiving clerk, but treated him horribly. Scrooge said things like, “acting cold are you.” (pg. 702) Following, Scrooge will demonstrate how he changes from interacting with ghosts, turning into a loving, caring person.
Ponyboy is also a hero because, he was so loyal, supportive, caring, and loving. Even when he was sick and did not want to do the rumble he did it anyway and that showed he cared. He fits my definition of a hero because he showed he cared and showed he loved his family and also he faced danger trying to save people he did not even know, and to me he it seemed like he would have died for those kids mostly his brother loving brother. One last thing about Ponyboy. He was also a hero, because he played like he did not know Johnny was dead.
Jem, and Scout, from the beginning didn’t stand in Boo Radley’s shoes as they believed the townsfolk rumor and gossip about the Radley’s place. In fact they even made a game called “Boo Radley” they try to reenact the Radley rumors like Boo, stab his own father by using the scissor as he was cutting some papers up. On the other hand when they finally tried standing on Boo Radley’s shoes they felt bad because he was locked inside the house for 15 years. The two children tried to get to know Boo, and were starting to think that he wasn 't that bad of a person after all, because when they asked Miss
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This makes it hard for him to make friends which also makes him quite shy. The first difference in Auggie and Andrew’s personalities is that Andrew is very outgoing, while Auggie is very reserved. We can see how outgoing Andrew is when he says that he will go out and help strangers carry their bags and return luggage carts. He shows us that he is not scared of people or what they will think about him. Therefore, we know that Andrew is quite outgoing.
There is one clown in this family which is happy, he is sad. And this little clown is young mr Happy. Young mr Happy always tries to he happy, but trying makes him sad, like everything else. And that's not a good thing in a family which is supposed to be happy. Young mr Happy’s father Mr Happy can’t be angry or disappointed on him, because he’s always happy.
Jem often thinks of his mother when he is trying to have fun but cannot as it is painful and hence his sensitivity as a child immerges out from him. Another part where Jem shows signs of sensitivity is at the porch near the Radley’s place when Atticus explains to the children that the tree was not dying therefore after listening to Atticus, Jem was devastated because he had been told a lie by Mr. Nathan and the only chance of communication to Boo Radley was over. “He stood there until nightfall, and I waited for him. When we went in the house I saw he had been crying”. (Lee, pg 70) Jem felt miserable because right when he started to communicate with Boo Radley and thought that Boo might have been a very generous person, an unexpected turn of event occurred and Jem had no way left to communicate with Boo which made him very upset and made him shred few tears, yet again showing signs of sensitivity in the
This can be seen when the grandmother is mad at Ralf (the father) for becoming a nazi but the mother backs him up saying, “But Nathalie, don’t you think Ralf looks handsome in his new uniform?” (Boyne 92). This shows that the mother will agree with whatever the father does, even if there are excellent reasons not to. This also shows what an undeveloped character the mother is because she just seems like a typical housewife with not much depth to her. Seeing that the mother was a very non-progressive character in the novel, this can greatly contrast to the