Lucinda and Fiddler had different ways they lived their lives but both were content with their lives in the end. The contrasting viewpoints of the speakers help young people see how there are multiple ways to live life and still be happy. In Masters’ works “Lucinda Matlock” and “Fiddler Jones,” imagery and details reveal the multiple similarities--and few differences--of the two fictional characters. The poet conveys several similarities between Lucinda and Fiddler through imagery and details. For example, Lucinda enjoyed the outdoors as
Pastan stated in an interview that she stopped writing for about ten years, because she could not be the perfect wife and mother that she was expected to be and also commit herself to her poetry (Brown, 3). She considers herself “a product of the ‘50s – what I called the perfectly polished floor syndrome. I had to have a homemade desert on the table for my husband every night” (Brown 3). Such experiences reflected her poetry, significantly. Pastan uses many poetic devices, such as metaphors.
However, through it all, the mushers carried the medicine to Nome, and saved the people. ‘’When you reach the end of the line, tie a knot and hold on,’’ stated Eleanor Roosevelt. When Eleanor Roosevelt was born, people noticed that she was a very unattractive child. In fact, her parents called her the ‘’ugly duckling.’’ However, Eleanor Roosevelt turned her unhappiness and pain into strength. She married her cousin and she became one of the first ladies.
Mary Bernarda Butler was soon canonized and noticed for her good deeds. She began to get sick and sadly passed away at age 74 in 1924 (Mary Bernarda Butler 8). She was then canonized on October 12, 2008 by Pope Benedict XVI. She is known for her missionary zeal and devotion to the Lord (Mary Bernarda Butler 8). Her feast day, a day dedicated to her, is on May 19th (Mary Bernarda Butler 1).
The images of birds and the ocean are used to show the harsh standards placed on Edna and other women in the nineteenth century. As illustrated in The Awakening, the ocean is a symbol of rebirth and revival. While at Grand Isle, Edna is one of the only vacationers who can not swim. The water is as unfamiliar to Edna as her neighbors’ culture and way of openly expressing themselves. As Edna becomes more comfortable in the water, she also becomes more in touch with her own emotions.
The ‘fish-net’ celebrates the idea of attaining both aspects of passive and active behavior. When one uses a fish net, he or she gains a sea creature in their net while simultaneously allowing the water pass through. Throughout the entire novel, Janie lives up to the stereotype that she has no choice but to be either active or passive. Hurston writes, “The familiar people and things had failed her so she hung over the gate and looked up the road towards way off. She knew now that marriage did not make love.
A minute to smile and an hour to weep in" is exactly how Paul Lawrence Dunbar begins his poem, "life". In the poem " life" Paul Lawrence Dunbar discusses the sadness in life, but demonstrates how that sadness and emptiness can be overcome with by a bit of happiness you have in your life. Although this is a relatively short poem, it does a great job of portraying the good and the bad that comes with being alive. To get his point across Dunbar uses figurative language to convey the meaning of life. In line 3 of the poem its states " a pint of joy and a peck of trouble".
Some of her poems included “Aftermath,” “Lorelei,” and “All Appearance.” She used many types of figurative language to convey the message of the poem. Sylvia Plath was a expressional poet who used writing positive messages as a way to cope with life’s ups and
Praise and worship God continually, thanking Him both before and after your healing. He is loving, kind, full of mercies, compassionate, wonderful, all-powerful, and worthy of our praise. Review and recite to Him the praise psalms, such as 144-150. Mark 25-34- Bible verse. Slide 2- 25 And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years.26 She had suffered a great deal under the care of many doctors and had spent all she had, yet instead of getting better she grew worse.
Dana Franklin is a strong, independent woman who has made a name for herself as a published author. She is beginning a new marriage with a white man Kevin , an unusual relationship in 1976, but even more unacceptable in 1819. Suddenly, at a time when she is most happy unpacking in her new home, she is pulled by the force of Rufus Weylin into the past to save his life. Dana then faces the horrors of living as a slave and being an object of Rufus’ obsessive need for her. Dana, learns that she has the strength and the courage to face the worst the South can throw at her.
Not surprisingly, Anne described her voyage on the Arbella as three difficult months on the rough cold sea. However, her difficulties did not end when the sea voyage was over. Everything about life in the new world was strange to her. Anne Bradstreet told her children in her memoirs, “I found a new world and new manners at which my heart rose up in protest.” However, they established themselves successfully in the Massachusetts Bay
Sadly these women become infused with the shadow of their husbands, but this is the only way to gain respect and prestige. Penelope, wife of Odysseus is the paradigm woman. After the Trojan war, there is no news of Odysseus. No one knows of his whereabouts or what his plans were. Odysseus stays lost at sea for nearly twenty years, yet Penelope still says faithful and has no skeptic thoughts.
Mitch had two flaws to him, drinking and smoking, even though Karen loved him very much she did not love this Karen told Mitch she did not want to be in a relationship where he would smoke and drink. Mitch loved Karen to but he didn’t want to not smoke or drink for the rest of his life. So both of them departed ways. Both of their kids were either in College or living their life. Karen was alone except for her friends and family she was alone but this did not affect her she was a strong women who could care for herself, well also taking care of others.