By talking to Sister James alone, Father Flynn not only broke the rules but also seems suspicious. Father Flynn seems suspicious by talking to Sister James due to him taking time out of his day to go and try to convince her of his innocence. During the conversation between Father Flynn and Sister James, Father Flynn seems to threaten Sister James in a way: “You might lose your place as well” (Shanley 40). Father Flynn goes out of his way to convince Sister James of his innocence, which is very odd behavior considering she is at a lower position than himself. Father Flynn also goes and talks to Sister Aloysius against the
June is so worried that her mother will have to go out of her way to fix things, that she just lets herself get pushed around. This proves that the other June knows that June won’t do anything about her. Now June is in a bad place, where, the bully can do anything to her, but she won’t tell, and the bully knows that. One way “the other June” bullies June is psychologically. In paragraph 41 for example, June imagines that the bully is coming to hurt her and torment her.
Nurzhan gets fed up with Ossie and starts to fight him. Nurzhan’s father has to go to the principal’s office along with his sister Maya to translate since their father isn’t able to understand English. Maya translates the principal’s words incorrectly, because she feels empathetic towards Nurzhan. Maya felt empathetic towards Nurzhan, because she knew how hard it was to learn a new language. She also believed that Nurzhan did the right thing, by standing up for himself.
When the vociferous Cecil Jacobs yells, “Scout Finch’s daddy defends n******” (Lee 99). Scout fights him because she knows what Atticus is doing is the is the right thing and it is not fair for people to destroy people’s innocence. This does not just happen once. At Christmas time, Scout meets Francis, Aunt Alexandra’s grandson. Scout and Francis do not get along very well, so when Francis calls her and Atticus, “n*****-lovers” (Lee 110).
When Dill and Jem come up with the idea to walk to the Radley house and look through the window, Scout declares that she thinks it is a bad idea and she begins questioning them. In Jem’s opinion, she is acting like a girl because if she were to act like a boy, then she would be brave enough to go to the Radley house. Ever since a young age, Scout has been brought up around her brother Jem which causes her to become more like a “tomboy”. She feels pressure to act more masculine to avoid getting poked fun at by Jem. Scout is not only made fun of by her brother, but she is also made fun of by Aunt Alexandra’s missionary ladies.
Lear said awful things to his daughter about an evil child. At this point he leaves and then the next scene shows the daughters meeting and holding hands. They are allying one and another versus the king. They have the king where they want them. Lear is the one who cannot control people and other people are being very ratical with him.
Mayella’s dad was mad at some of the events that happened during the trial because Atticus had chosen to represent Tom and certain questions that he had asked Mayella. Her father confronted Atticus in town, spit on him, and told him that he was going to kill him. Atticus did not care what was being said to him and chose to walk away. Even when Scout tells Atticus that kids have been bullying her because their dad is protecting people of color he tells them to ignore them because it should not matter what they are saying. He teaches his kids to have a strong sense of justice, to be open minded, and always do what is
She clashes back with Torvald with saying, “” The whole reason for my existence was to preform tricks for you, Torvald. But that’s what you wanted.You and Papa have committed a great sin against me It is your fault that I have made nothing of my life.”” (Isben, 385). With this she is blaming him that he did not treat her the way she needed to be and that their marriage was a lie in the way she had to act for him. Torvald becomes even angrier and says something that would tear Nora to her breaking point. He comments, “” But you will not be allowed to raise the children.
She used very aggressive words toward her like "The minute I walked in and the Big Bozo introduced us, I got sick to my stomach" (Morrison, 1983, p1) or even "If Roberta had laughed I would have killed her" (Morrison, 1983, p1). The main raison that she did not want to share the room with her was because she is "a girl from a whole other race" (Morrison, 1983, p1). At this time, there was a particular conflict between people for different races, more precisely black and white peoples. That is why Twyla judged her without even knowing more about her personality. Twyla's mother also told her bad things about people from Roberta's race.
The author of the story is very demeaning to women regarding their attitude and role in society, as a result, it becomes obvious that the author was male. Throughout the story, women were pictured to be bad causing little children who read this tale to question women entirely. The tone of the story changes from heartbroken for the little Brahmin boy to the distaste of females when gender roles are discussed. The author explains that the wife wanted to get rid of the Black Cow after she found out the Black Cow was nourishing her Brahmin stepson, she “begged [her husband] to sell the black cow, and said she would neither sleep nor eat until this was done.” (Tatar 169). This form of childlike behavior emphasizes that the author views women as nagging and annoying which functions as a forewarning of future female behavior that could be harmful.
Upon further reflection, I started hating the Nazis more and saw how unscrupulous they were to the Jews. Also, this affected Bruno and Shmuel a lot too, because now they won 't ever become friends and now they see how just unfair this is. And now the kids have to deal with the same problem, which is not right because the kids didn 't even do anything. For example, when Bruno asked his older sister Gretel why he can 't go to the other side of the fence, and why they had to be kept away from us, and this is her reply, “The fence is there to stop them from coming over here… We’re the opposite, so the different live on this side of the fence and the Jews live on that.” Bruno now understands more clearly why he can 't go to the other aspect of the wall and why they are separated, which makes a big impact on him because he now knows that Shmuel and Bruno aren 't meant to be
I hate school, well not exactly. The teachers are nice and all but the kids are evil. The school bus to me is just another opening for kids to call me names and talk about me behind my back. Mom is always telling me, “Be yourself and don’t let others change that.” That’s like telling a bullfighter to hold not move,