Another example is when her mother died, she had to move in with her dad. She doesn't like her dad that much because he got married to someone else, and sometimes he forgets to send Katie a birthday gift. Katie tried her best to stay strong, but it was tough for her. That's why my theme is life is tough. Another reason why my theme is life is tough is because when Katie's mom got sick,
Sethe finally finds peace within herself when Paul D re-enters her life, but her consciousness is triggered when a girl named Beloved arrives at her doorstep. She believes that this girl is a reincarnation of her late daughter. In a warped sense, Sethe sacrificed her sanity by killing her daughter, which speaks volumes about how much love she had for her children. The reincarnation of her daughter seduces Sethe’s only refuge, Paul D. This serves to be an allegory for the paranoia that haunts Sethe and the fact that she cannot flee from her past. Sethe is spooked not just by the apparition of her dead daughter, but by the recollections of her life as a slave as well.
Katniss' mother is not accepting the death of her husband by blocking out everyone, which is almost exactly the same response as Geneva to her situation. Both Geneva's and Katniss' mother's responses influence their daughters in ways that they will never forget in their lifetime. Because Geneva is so caught up in her own mess and doesn't recognize reality, a Saranell is deeply
Because Adeline's mother died while giving birth to her, Adeline was blamed by her siblings for the loss of their mother. She suffered the sadness of not having a true mother and the meanness of her brothers and sisters and rose above it to be kind to everyone and to work hard and do everything to her best ability. This showed amazing strength like Mulan had in her battles against the enemy.
Her over active imagination, anxiety, and aggression get her into trouble. When Nea tries to rescue Sourdi from her husband, it is the last straw and she knows that she has lost her dear older sister for good. “She had made her choice, and she hadn’t chosen me.” (84) Sourdi has matured and moved on while Nea is stuck in the memories of her
Regardless of her oppression she takes a stand and changes her fate. As a young woman she was crippled by the weight of the world. After her mother died she was overwhelmed by the task of bearing her stepfather's children and trying to protect her little sister Nettie. Her lack of confidence and self worth took a toll to the words and actions of her stepfather. Even after escaping her father she covered her mouth when she smiled because he
When Polonius was killed by Hamlet, she became vulnerable since she no longer had the person who decided everything for her. Her life in an instant became a disaster because it was Hamlet the one she loved, the person who had killed her father. Ophelia’s death is debated as an accident or a suicide, but I believe it was an accident that ended in a suicide since she lost her father and Hamlet killed him. Ophelia, was a dependant women from her father and her brother Laertes and she obeyed every demand she received from both. She was loyal to her family specially to his father.
Eudora Welty’s “Why I Live at the P.O.” is a story about the isolation of an individual through acts brought upon herself because of jealousy and sibling rivalry. The narrative is told through the older sister’s perspective and she is simply referred to as “Sister”. All of the characters in "Why I Live at the P.O." show a family that paints the reader a picture of comical dread: The narrator who leaves her family to live alone because of an argument that stems from sibling rivalry and a family that instead of showing comfort, love and togetherness further push her away by verbally and physically abusing (Mama slapping Sister after mentioning Cousin Flo(98)) her to the point where she had to move out. .
At the beginning, she is forced to stop seeing and Hamlet and obey her father, because that is what girls in her time period did. She believed Hamlet would marry her and she was forced to suppress her feelings and stop seeing him all together. When her father, Polonius, is killed by Hamlet, she loses herself completely. It is also hinted that she lost her purity later in the play by Hamlet. Ophelia represents loss, because she loses her purity and the love that took it, her father is murdered,