She was either busy helping around the dump or watching her siblings. Closed doors symbolize Mayella’s life and never having the chance to make friends and being isolated by her family. Mayella’s situation is like closed doors because she is closed in and never has opportunities to hang out with people her own age. Nobody wants to hang out with her because of who she is. She lives behind the dump and with an abusive father.
This is why I think Chinese Cinderella is a depressing story. There are three main different reasons that I think it is a depressing story. The first reason is that Adeline gets abused many times when she was a child. The second reason is that Adeline gets separated from Aunt Baba. The third reason is Adeline father forgets Adeline's name.
“Chinese Cinderella is the true story of my childhood up to the age of fourteen[...]My family considered me bad luck[...]They discriminated against me and made me feel unwanted all my life.” (Yen Mah xi). Chinese Cinderella is about a young girl who was unwanted and unloved. Her family was cruel and barbaric. She grew up in a tough time when the communists were invading China and that wasn 't even the worst of her problems. In the autobiography, Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yen Mah, is a depressing story because her father doesn 't remember his daughter 's name or birthday, her siblings blame Adeline for their mother 's death, and that she wanted to be part of a different family who was kinder to her.
She was angry because she was mad that she ever picked up the gun when she was very young. May also changed when her sister died and it changed her life. May felt like she had to cry about all of the bad or little things in the world. She couldn’t handle it anymore so she ended her own life. Family played a big part in who Lily will be and who May
Her parents were divorced, which lead to her living with her father. Mim was not happy with her life, for her mother was ill in Cleveland with no way to communicate, she hated her stepmother, and her dad accused her of having psychosis. The book started off with Mim overhearing her step-mother and father talk to the principal of her new school. Kathy, Mim’s stepmom, was afraid of how her mother is with her disease. Confused about what the adults were talking about, Mim went home, took the necessities,
Malcolm was not close to his family growing up because his father died when he was young, and his mother struggled to support her children and she did not have any assistance. Malcolm’s mother worked day and night to support her children. Seeing his mother work so hard to support her family led Malcolm to decide that he wanted to become a lawyer (23). Malcolm said, “I hate seeing my mother working night and day like she did… I began to hate the system that made her life one of endless drudgery, so what I did was shut the thought of my mother out of my mind, and lock it away” (Carew 23). He was thinking to become a lawyer and support his mother.
They feel out of place and shameful of their heritage, and were never experienced any parenting affections that they would have had if they were not taken away (Australians Together, n.d.). Their life in those missions had affected them greatly that members of the Stolen Generation had turned towards alcohol and drug abuse. Many Aboriginal women had offsprings and they were most likely taken away to be put in the systems since of their mother’s inability to take care of them properly due to the fact that they did not witness any type of parental caring behaviour during most of their early life (Read 2006, p.25). A quote from an anonymous (??) mentioned in the Bringing Them Home: Report, explains how much damage was made to the many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s sense of identity and
By the end of this scene, Juliet is very pissed off, because she feels everyone is against her, even the nurse. Earlier in my childhood, I had a similar situation in which I felt like I had been betrayed, and everyone was against me. I felt that it wasn’t fair, and I felt very isolated from my family, like Juliet by the end of this scene. In the scene, we can also notice an example of arranged marriage between Juliet and Paris. Juliet does not care for this arrangement and wishes to choose who to marry herself.
It's a sad sentence to say right? Try having to hear from a complete stranger tell you that your mom doesn’t want you anymore. Even though my mom was as awful as she was before she let me go, everyone always reminded me of how stoked my mom was while she was pregnant, but years after I was born I watched her slowly wither away. Day after day she would come home at all hours of the night bringing home groups of people at a time. They loved to pick on me and throw me around, but they had no idea what they were doing, they weren't in their right mind to understand they were picking on
She then wish her “babe had ne’er been born”, this phrase suggests how regretful and sorrowful the woman is as she was unable to work, and no welfare was provided at the time. She also couldn’t ask her friends for help as the society was very rejecting towards single mothers. Instead she needs to weep and beg “on a stranger’s knee”. However, the main reason she regrets having the child is due to the state and condition she is currently in. The child would not be be nurtured in a decent living standard and may be harmful to the child’s childhood.