Finally, sexism and sexuality targeting is shown almost immediately when Sarah drops her books and Juan as her "knight in shining armor" is there to "rescue" her. We see more sexism in the scene when Sarah and Juan are coming back from a date and Juan is driving. A sexism example is seen again at the end when Juan is the one to propose, not Sarah. The couple is homogeneous. They are portrayed as a stereotypical straight, White, couple that can easily afford to buy lots of gum.
As they are walking to grab snacks, Cherry is telling Ponyboy that not all Socs are bad; Just like not all greasers are bad. “‘That’s like saying all you greasers are like Dallas Winston. I’ll Bet he’s jumped a few people.’ I digested that. It was true.
He would rather watch a movie or read a book than go to a rumble like the rest of the Greasers. After what Ponyboy goes thru in this book, you shouldn’t be surprised if he has changed later as a person. At the beginning of the book, Ponyboy is scared of the Socs but near the end, he ends up threatening two of them with a broken soda bottle. His buddy Two-bit noticed this and was scared and told Ponyboy he does not want him to end up like Dally. Ponyboy in this novel
Unlike the other films, Pleasantville is a comedic movie where it starts two young teenagers trapped in another world—the world of 1950s America and their wild adventures trying to escape in order to returned home. However, despite the comedic elements—the film is a deconstruction of the “good old days” of the 1950s; often polarized as “where values and families meant something” in response to the rise of social change in modern-day America. Social changes is hot button issues today—where controversy arise in response to the norms being broken. Pleasantville brings forth the true reality of the 1950s and showcase the events is not what it seems. Gender and racial discrimination is often ignored of the “good days”; mainly because of the belief that United States was united after a brutal war of World War II.
Some examples of peer pressure and wanting to fit in, from the film is when Edward Breaks into the house even though he knows it is wrong and (its Jims house). He also cuts peoples’ hair because they praise him for it, he gets paid in acceptance, food etc. The audience feels helpless and sympathetic to Edward because they know that by doing something immoral he is likely to be caught. Burton has shown a character who is different from everybody else. The audience wants him to fit in and yet he is being used by the people of Anytown.
The novel To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee explores this idea of judging others before looking at the world from their perspective. Scout and Jem, although raised in a prejudice town, learn from their father Atticus that who a person is racially, does not define them as a person. Although the children make up stories about Arthur “Boo” Radley to pass the time in part one of the novel, in part two the Tom Robinson situation widens their eyes to the biased ways of their town. In the end, Jem and Scout are rescued by Boo Radley, the very person they feared during their childhood. Mockingbirds are used as a symbol in the novel to portray the fact that innocent and caring people are sometimes the most abused.
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S.E Hinton uses point of view to show the narrator’s position in relation to the story as being reveal. One example where the author uses point of view is “ I could have waited to go to the movies until Darry or Sodapop got off work.” This illustrate the reader that is a first person point of view since the story is narrated by a fourteen years old named Ponyboy. As a narrator, Ponyboy first let the reader to know his character better than others, but even though show us his friends and the difference of the social classes the socs and the greasers by describing his environment. “The Socs jumped up and left me lying there”
Third are the bread and pastry products followed by baked fruits and vegetables like cakes that people love to consume due to its sweetness? Along with the cakes comes forth the fruits and vegetables such as canned pickles and beans and other preserved items. The last one are the cereals and fruit bars for breakfast consumption
Cherry’s recognition of Ponyboy being “more than just a greaser” leaves Ponyboy thinking about how the two gangs aren 't so different, “We aren 't in the same class. Just don’t forget that some of us watch the sunset too” (pg 46 S.E. Hinton). Ponyboy’s conversation with Cherry fulfills him briefly until he realizes they are in different gangs and cannot stay
You might think you’re doing good for yourself but could really be hurting yourself in the end. For example Ponyboy did something so innocent but got hurt doing it. In the novel, Ponyboy thinks “I had a long walk home and no company but I usually lone it anyway, for no reason except that I like to watch movies undisturbed. ”(Hinton 1,2) later a group of socs came and jumped Ponyboy, and since he chose to go to the movie theatre by himself he ended up defenseless.
The film does a good job at explaining the story even though there are events that happen in the text, but not on the screen. In the book, Nick is hanging out with Tom, Myrtle, and Myrtle’s sister but ends up leaving the party with Mr. McKee. When they step into the elevator, the operator asks Mr. McKee to not touch the lever and this brings out some homoerotic tension between the two. We then find Nick in his underwear besides Mr. Mckee’s bed as he shows Nick his photographs. The film drops this scene completely and instead has Nick hooking up with Myrtle’s
Other instances include when Charlie walked in on his sister and her boyfriend having sex, when he watches his friend hook up with numerous men, and when he remembers that he was molested by his aunt as a child. Each of these situations are explained in detail, not sensitizing any of them in the least. These instances have caused many people to deem the entire book as inappropriate and even borderline