I was almost screaming.” In this section of Purple Hibiscus Kambili can be characterized as strong because when serious thing like this happen Kambili usually acts as if she was brainwashed not to react. Another event that took place to prove that Kambili became strong was when Jaja took the blame for killing Eugene. On page 291 it states,” Jaja didn't wait for their questions; he had told them he had used rat poison, that he put it in Papa's tea.In this section kambili can be characterized as nonchalant because she knew who really killed her father and she would usually question herself but she let Jaja take the blame for their father's
I think this isn’t because, the ghost of the king said, “Till the foul crimes done in my days of nature” is meaning he did some bad stuff when he was alive that he is not proud of (DOC.A). Also in the Treatment of Gertrude, hamlet accidently killed Polonius thinking it was the king spying on them in front of Gertrude, before Polonius dies he says “O, I am slain!”. Right after that Hamlet told his mother, Gertrude, that the new king killed his father, she didn’t believe and told him to be quiet that she couldn’t handle it. After that happened Hamlet sees the ghost of the king again, saying that “To speak to her, hamlet” (doc.
In The Rattler the speaker’s rhetorical strategy is to use pathos to make the audience feel sympathy for his/her actions and to also use logos to give good reasons for his/her actions. The speaker is justified in killing the rattlesnake because he/she was protecting the lives of others while being courageous at the same time. In the third paragraph the author uses pathos when he/she says: “But I reflected that there were children, dogs, horses at the ranch, as well as men and women like shod; my duty, plainly, was to the kill the snake.” In this section the speaker was only doing what he or she believed was the right thing to do. He/She was only thinking of the dangers this vicious creature could cause to others when he/she said, “I reflected that there were
The wild sorghum was considered as a place of evil by the local. When the red sedan chair went through it, they then encountered the so-called bandit robbery. The bandit held Jiu’er's red shoes, and she smiled rather than fear, the movement may imply that the woman to accept the act of the court, and Jiu’er seemed to be relieved in this wild sorghum. After the third day of the marriage, Jiu’er had to return to her homeland, according to custom. She also passed through the same sorghum fields and was caught there again by fake bandit, later on she found that he was a bearer of the sedan.
The conflict of “Hop Frog” is how a King went to a small village and abducted two of the people there (Hop Frog and Trippetta). The King wanted them as his jesters which they were not happy about. Trippetta and Hop Frog decided to make a plan to escape (which they did) after they set almost everyone in the castle on fire. The conflict of “Hop Frog” leads the reader to know how angry Trippetta and Hop Frog were from being taken from their home. Hop Frog was a “cripple” so the conflict also helped the reader understand how bad they wanted to get out of that castle.
He gets mad that she had hidden herself away to make ornaments for the tree and they were destroyed. She asks him “How could I help the cat’s going and tearing everything to pieces?”(Ibsen 15).She tells her husband Torvald that the cat had ruined the decorations when she was
Blanche always lies about what is really going on in her life to escape from painful circumstances. When Blanche arrived at Stella’s house, she explained she left her job because, “…[she] was exhausted by all [she] had been through [her]—nerves broke”(pg. 11). Blanche had made up this story to cover up the embarrassing circumstance of kissing a student and to shelter her from the humiliation. Also, Blanche plays emotional games with men to get the attention she needs to feel good.
This was exploited, chiefly by the king’s first wife, Sassouma Bérété. She was furious at her son’s ruined chance of gaining the throne (and her chance to control him as king). However when the king died soon after she pushed for her son, Dankaran Touman, to be pronounced the next king. She got what she wanted, and henceforth proceeded to rule in her son’s name. She ridiculed Sogolon (Sundiata’s mother) harshly, every chance she got, finally driving Sogolon into a rage.
For Nyasha it is obvious that as a woman, she should have every right to do everyday things. For instance, she comes home late one night after spending some time with her cousin Tambu, her brother Chido and people of the opposite gender. This results in her father having an outburst of rage and condemning her to whoredom. Nyasha then defends herself after Babamukuru hits her by “punching him in the eye.”(117). Nyasha is a passionate person and since it is self-evident to her that she should be able to have a fun night out with her friends, rebellion against a surely unjust punishment comes natural to her.
Once she expresses to her parents that she does not want to marry Paris so quickly, they call her names such as a whore, ungrateful, a curse, and fat. However, after she concedes and admits she was set straight and ready for marriage, they acted as if nothing wrong ever happened. This unstable aurora that exists within the family is enforced by Lady Capulet. In the beginning, it is Lady Capulet who ruins the father's plan of getting Juliet to fall in love with Paris. Also, she inflicts the beating of Juliet when she brings Lord Capulet into the room so Juliet can explain why she does not want to marry Paris.