She also brought up how he treats women by saying most people look at the statue of liberty and think of liberty while Donald Trump looks at her and gives her a 4 maybe a 5 if she put down the torch and tablet and changed her hair. What she said there was ridiculous on the account of her husband 's standing with women, which is far far far worse than the mere words Trump has said about women which are said by every man. Also no one has more respect for women than Donald Trump which is proven by the only nice things a woman who was in a pageant he held in 1997 had to say to a news reporter but they didn’t print it because the most media doesn’t want positive remarks towards Trump. In conclusion they both had their ups and downs throughout the night, but the one thing for certain is that it was not like most Alfred E Smith
Don’t you get headaches if you get up? Oh, yes, she answered with alarm. Get back down!”(23). Sue was unhappy during this event because she thought the nurse should have known about the procedure she had gotten done. By having a negative behavior, the nurse can take away a client’s dignity, for instance “So there I lay, totally exposed, for forty five minutes.
She gets isolated because of her appearance because she's a girl, and is Curley's wife which if you talk to her he will have a problem with you and would want to start a fight. Curley's wife says “ I never get to talk to nobody I get awful lonely(43)”. Finally, Lennie, Lennie is isolated Of is characteristics, he his mentally handicapped, which means his brain works differently than the rest of the characters in the story. One part of the story that shows Lennie is handicapped is when they meet the Curley.“You the new guys the old man was waitin for’ we just come in; said George’ let the big guy talk(13)”. In this statement, Lennie is isolated because he has a childish personality and George has to do the talk for Lennie.
In Tris’s situation of being one of the abnegation, vanity is discouraged. Tally has been labeled as an ugly in their community. Many have been encouraging Tally to get the plastic surgery procedure done, so that she will be accepted as a pretty and also see herself as pretty. During a 1-on-1 in Uglies, Tally cries to Shay saying, "Maybe just being ugly is why uglies always fight and pick on one another, because they aren 't happy with who they are. Well, I want to be happy, and looking like a real person is the first step."
Know that people will be punished for things, but that their distress will not bring you joy. At the end of the Brothers Grimm 's fairy tale, Cinderella 's step-sisters were "punished with blindness for as long as they lived ", but nowhere does in this original fairy tale the author talk about how Cinderella felt about this. Was she overjoyed by the fact that her step-sisters were punished for their "wickedness and falsehood"? Or was she upset because she didn 't feel that joy? Is ending the story with wicked justice better than ending it with unrealistic expectations of
There are many things that may affect us physically, emotionally and mentally. In the book the Bluest eye by Toni Morrison, Society 's perception of beauty affects the emotional and mentally aspect of a person . In the book the Bluest Eye beauty affects all aspects of the characters in the the book that love is undeserved for those who are seen as “ugly” or are called “ugly. It has been evident all throughout the book that beauty has affected Pecola ,Pauline and Cholly and society has rejected them and has despised them they see themselves as “Ugly”. Love is not deserved for those who are seen as Ugly like the character Pecola.
This continues with his demeaning manner as he says, “What is it, little girl?” (5). Often, “girl” represents a female who is often immature and puerile. This shows he thinks of her as beneath him and she is something that should not even be recognized as an equal. Finally, there is the instance where he tells her that her temperament is, “... a false and foolish fancy,” asking her to “trust [him] as a physician when [he tells her] so,” (5). In this dialogue, John puts the fact that he is a physician over anything she has to say.
Remember when your parents used to read bedtime stories to you as a little kid. You would always think the hero, prince, or princess was the best character, but you had negative thoughts about the villain. Have you ever thought about why the villain did awful things and what caused them to do it? The story of Sleeping Beauty is not the same story you have been told, but with the view of the Mistress of Evil in Maleficent, one sees how the roles of Maleficent, the fairies, and the curse differs from Sleeping Beauty to Maleficent. (THESIS STATEMENT and INTRODUCTION) Because of the different viewpoints of Maleficent and Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent has another face to her; there was once a time when The Mistress of Evil had a heart of gold.
This love makes her recklessly give him all the special treatment from the fairies just to make him stay. Moreover, even though she dislikes his qualities like his “mortal grossness” or talking too much. She puts in a lot effort to make him perfect like by getting her fairies to tie up his tongue because he talks too much. In addition, her impetuous love carries on where she has a romantic encounter, sleeping with the unworthy donkey-headed man who is a humiliation for Titania, as the love potion makes her attracted to him. As a result, Titania’s love for Bottom results in making foolish hasty actions.
It would take a special kind of author to portray a woman because they are all different depending on their time period. In “The Wife of Baths Tale” the woman is dirty and ugly. A woman writer in that time period would have never made a woman out to look like a sexual heathen. Only a man would or could have shown a side of a woman that women would not have want to show. Chaucer did negatively stereotype women throughout his tale and in doing so he portrayed women incorrectly.
Beauty and the Beast Just like when I play lacrosse and I miss a shot I Feel bad that I let the team down. Disney changed the mood to quickly like when I shoot the ball. Disney changed the mood of the story by:Jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumont from sad to happy. There are many examples on how Disney changed the mood through the Characters. First,In the castle the merchant had to take one rose for Beauty but the Beast got mad.