He chose the right decision of covering up her accident, by acting out of pure love for her as a father to daughter. Throughout the whole story, Luke has had rituals in his house that he does to bring his spiritual relationship between him and God closer. At the end of the story, Luke also attempts to talk to God to justify his actions after the occurence. Luke tries to convince God and argue that he has never had a daughter of his own, so of course, he doesn’t know what it’s like. But, Luke is asked if he loves his daughter more than himself, because it would be a ‘love in weakness’, however God is reminded that it is similar to his love of humankind.
When Luke did this he wouldn't learn anything. He would just read the same stories over and over again. “I think he said people just have different of expressing what they feel” (98). When Luke was looking at the computer with jen, the other child in the online chatroom were “joking” around about the rally. Luke told jen that the way they goof around is there way of being ready for the rally, but jen didn't see that.
This is shown in the way Celie did not receive the education she deserved but mainly it is shown through the fact that Celie never knew about the man she calls her ‘father’ not truly being her father. The fact that Celie does not know this vital information symbolizes that women are kept in the dark. Throughout the novel, Walker uses the image of the church to contradict the hope Celie gets from God. In the novel, we learn that Celie was beaten by her ‘father’ because according to him, she winked at a boy in church. We also learn that Mr ___’s late wife was killed as she was stepping out of church thus the church is unable to protect women who look up to God to help them endure the abuse they suffer through.
For this reason the Elie wouldn’t have known about the extreme horror that was lying ahead for his entire family. This choice positively impacted the author’s life by not being separated from his father. “Naturally, we refused to be separated” (20). Hypothetically, if Elie left with his sisters, his father would have no motivation to survive by not knowing if his family is
Elie and his dad at one point had that father son relationship anyone could live for, but now they both rely on each other if they need something. Elie is forcing himself to be the strongest of both of them. Elie thinks without his dad he could be living better because his dad is his “weak point”, because when someone you love is very likely to die and your love can be used by your enemies to get you to give them what they want or need. Elie looks as it as his father used to watch over him and take care of him but now it’s the other way around. He thinks that he can’t take as good of care for his father as his father did for him.
The reader finds that Lane has a larger conflict than just the abortion because they are able to look into Lane’s thoughts. Lane is afraid that he is falling away from his faith. He wants to be a good person and the only way to do so, in his mind, is to stay true to his faith. However, he has already sinned by getting is girlfriend is pregnant and considering abortion. He thinks that if he tells Sheri
Something that not only him but everyone else had to do was he had to live in the ghettos. He has to live with these things for his entire life, he has to life with watching the annihilation. During the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel changes from a spiritual, sensitive little boy to a spiritually dead unemotional man. Elie changed completely due to his experience at Auschwitz. He saw many things that changed his emotions for the worst.
She is referring to Janice. Jess feels hurt because Leslie really needed friends. 8-9 How do Jess and Leslie’s views of church and the Easter story differ? Jess thinks that church is boring his family all believe in the easter story and Leslie thinks it is beautiful but she doesn 't believe in it. Leslie doesn 't believe in the Easter story.