Her favorite class was English because she liked creating writing assignments. She wanted to be a vet before, but this changed when she thought that she could not handle the responsibilities of being a vet in a animal shelter. Instead, she wanted to become a teacher so she went to Millersville University to get 2 degrees in college. She had reasons of why she chose Millersville university. According to Melissa Hoebee, she said, ”I chose Millersville University for several reasons.
When they moved into their new home in the field workers' camp, Esperanza was not happy. She shows this when she says, " 'My Papa would have never wanted us to live in a place like this' " (105). However, then she remembered Mama's kindness to the peasant girl on the train - and her disappointment in Esperanza. So Esperanza was disappointed in her own actions and wanted to be more like her mom. Throughout the novel, Esperanza learns that there are other ways of life in which she must acclimate to as she shows perseverance in the face of difficulty.
3. What is the purpose of having the wide array of “solutions” available (emergency shelter, financial aid, support groups etc.)? Would not shelter be enough? The purpose of having multiple “solutions” is to allow the person (Saundra and other woman) to choice what they think is best for them. Many do not want to be in a shelter because they have been trying to make it on their own for a while and they still want to do that so having support for woman like that it still gives them resources to do what is best for them.
Curley was another character in the novel that crosses path with Lennie and George. Curley’s Wife is the kind of woman who is flirtatious and tries to rule lower class people in the ranch just because her husband has the kind of authority at the ranch people. The paper will focus on 4 similarities and 4 contrasts between Lady Macbeth and Curley’s Wife. The compare and contrast will be done with the help of (Point+Evidence+Explanation) PEE+Further explanation process. This will help in understanding the characters in a clear way.
She is always thinking of others. For example when Clover Talked with Annie. This proves that Clover is friendly because if she wasn’t friendly she would have looked away when Annie was talking to her. Another example is when she continues talking to Annie. This show that Clover is friendly because if she wasn’t friendly she wouldn’t have continued to talk to her, she would have just walked away.
March persist fulfilling her grandmother’s dreams and for all women through the generations. March uses this appeal for her audience to feel sadness while reading this essay about how her grandmother passing, and how all she wanted for Hillary Clinton to appear in office for women across America. In her essay she notes, “We’d lost Mary, but we could win for women” (March 2). As a reader, this quote makes one feel as if sad for March and how she wants Hillary Clinton in office for the sake of her deceased grandmother. One may feel as if she uses this type of style to create empathy for her through her readers.
Kathryn Lasky wrote this book for entertainment purposes. As it is in a series, I would imagine that people have continued to ask her for follow up books. I continue to learn that the owls in this book are like people and have strong needs to connect with their families. It also taught me to speak up when something important is on your mind. Eglantine kept things to herself when she could have easily sought help from her friends.
Frida Kahlo created a self-portrait that seems to be portraying her relationship with her cherished husband. Frida is shown as a strong mother-like figure in the piece. She is wearing a traditional red dress, the bold color red might suggest her passionate love or anger towards her husband or situation. She appears to be holding her husband Diego Rivera, as if he were her child as her beloved dog stands nobly nearby. This could represent her wanting to hold on to her marriage to her husband or possibly Diego’s lack of maturity in their relationship.
Her mom always wanted her to be like her when she was little, but Ni Kan has different interests. This passage reflects to family and how people see their culture from the outside picture because in the passage it says that people know how the daughter feels and believes she should be able to make her own choices. Their culture and life is viewed from the outside picture too others and what we may see in life
Jamie was happy for her dog but she was mad at Isabella for lying to her and because she was going to be grandma’s with Angelina. That is what happened at the end of the book Dear Dumb Diary #7. Summary: Dear Dumb Diary #7 was a very interesting book to read. In the beginning of the book Jamie gets invited to help decorate posters for the school dance. To add on, in the middle of the book both Angelina’s and Jamie’s families help create Aunt Carol’s and Uncle Dan’s wedding.