Huck has lived on his own basically his whole life. Then the widow decides she wanted to “sivilize” him. He can 't always stand to be cooped up in a house. Huck says “it was rough living in a house all the time...so when I couldn 't stand it no longer I lit out…and was free and satisfied.” (1) Huck’s idea of freedom isn 't being civilized but being out having adventures in his rags and not having a care in the world. He enjoys being in nature.
The biggest difference of all was between Huck and Jim. Jim is a slave working for Huck’s guardians, the Widow Douglas and Miss Watson. Jim grew up without an education or anybody around him that he could learn even a little bit from. Consequently, Jim grew up with his speech distinct from a white male, since they typically went to school and got a basic education. Granted, there weren’t many educated slaves during this time period.
Tom was accused of raping a white woman who was Mayella Ewell, Mayella said he raped her while he was helping her with chores. She later on tells the readers that it was false allegations. The reason why she didn 't tell the truth at her first trial was because, Mayella was afraid of being embarrassed because she kissed a black male. She rather have an innocent man get charged with a crime than that. “However, Robinson was transferred from the state prison to Maycomb 's county jail on Saturday, two days before he stood trial on Monday, and Atticus had to defend him against a lynch mob”.
They had two children: Elizabeth Lydia and Robert Smalls Jr. shortly afterwards. One day, Smalls asked the slave owners of his wife and himself to allow them to live together so that they could have better lives. The slave owners agreed. He, however, was not appeased because he feared one day the slave owners could sell his wife and children to a land far away. Therefore he asked for the price of freedom for him and his wife.
As a parole board member, I would like to release offender Smith under specific conditions. Before I discuss the conditions, I simply need to give a little summary of the offender violations he committed. Mr. smith was arrested for forcible rape and aggravated assault to his girlfriend. Offender Smith and his girlfriend at the time were both high off cocaine or PCP. She didn 't want to engage in sexual relations with him, so Mr. Smith got extremely upset and punched her and ruthlessly assaulted her.
Even though the uncle was not a blood relative, it was still a big deal that she was raped. Her father’s humiliation, caused them to be kicked out of the house and that night they had nowhere to go. The uncle was charged and then let off the hook by Fulamatu. He was also accused of raping other girls in that village. Fulamatu expresses to Nick and Eva that she doesn’t feel bad for herself because of what she’s going through.
Memed is very angry with him so he vow to take the revenge. Another mother-son relationship is that Iraz the woman who meet with Hatçe in prison, she is imprisoned because her son is murdered and after that, she burnt up the house that belongs to murderers of his son. In this part of novel, there is also strong connection between family members as a similar example of the first example which I
Although the society’s standards and his father are repressing, Huck has his own inner voice and would listen to them. That’s why when he meets Jim, a running away slave, Huck helps to save Jim and runs away with him. By the society’s standard, running away slave is intolerable and has to be caught and punished. However, Huck acts against the society’s standard even though he knows it’s wrong to help Jim run away. There exists so much racism in the society.
The first horrible act was when Equiano was kidnapped with his sister in chapter one, when “two men and a woman” (Equiano 12) stole them away and took them to the woods. Olaudah Equiano “cried and grieved continually” (Equiano 12) when he and his sister, the only family or comfort he had left was taken away from him. To think of all the children separated from their families during the slave trade, one can only imagine the heart break and emotional wreckage this caused. Another example of the horrors of slavery was in chapter three, however this example of cruelty was more physical. While on a plantation, Olaudah Equiano was sent inside the estate to fan his ill master and when he walked in he saw a black woman which had on an iron muzzle that “locked her mouth so fast that she could scarcely speak; and could not eat or drink” (Equiano 21).
Rape against the Tutsi women was committed by the civillians to the Presedential Guards to the Soldiers and anyone who was against them and although they wanted to harm only Tutsi's, some of the Hutu women were raped and abused along with the Tutsi. The Hutus who were usually raped hid a secret like being married to a Tutsi or hiding a Tutsi family. "Rape was a common weapon and was systematic" to a UN special Rapporteur Rene Degni-Segui. From sources, women were raped "about 5 times a day" and no one could help or it would lead to them being killed or rape also. Some women who couldnt bear to watch the women getting raped who farm a piece of land to take up their time.