Generally speaking, in high schools the principals, teachers, and guidance counselors are supposed to help students in need. Everyone knew Carrie was being tormented but no one helped when they should have. The critique suggests that the adults don’t care about Carrie in the slightest, making them no better than her peers. “Adults in Carrie also set the stage for adults to come. Without exception, they are a distanced, vague, or dangerous.
and I see how some of the kids treat her. She really just wants to be treated like any another kid and not be counted out because of her disability. She thought me to treat everyone with the same respect and be open-minded when it comes to people with disability. Yes, they might have a disability but that doesn’t define them, they are bigger than their disability. I don’t believe that I preferred abled person over disable person.
Ellie is rude because she went off to school when she heard grandma Jeremiah was sick. She also never came around to see grandma until he came near death. They are both stubborn. Mrs. Price is because she doesn 't care who 's sweater it is. Ellie is stubborn because she refuses to listen to grandpa stories because she thinks they 're fake.
Then both were silent once more. All in all, Kezia in short period of time, showed growth in the story. She is given reasons to not accept others but she finds it in her heart that there is no reason too, that everyone deserves equality. You can see her action come naturally when she is given a task and she tries to do the right thing, even when her close friends and relatives tell her otherwise.
In order to achieve maximum possible vengeance, she must flee before her enemies can punish her for her outrage (Segal 17). Her decision to murder her children rids her of the typical motherly image society stamps on women. She portrays more masculine qualities through her behavior and actions, which are very alien traits
She is far from the image of the devoted wife and the audience realizes that she feels no attachment to her family. Rose’s allegiance to
She remembered the comments other people remarked at school. Bullies apparently don’t know the pain. They always say, “Aww, does the baby-”, “Kill yourself, no one cares about you!” One winter like day, after school, Tina sulked home. She felt burning tears welling up in her eyes as she recalled the horrific day.
Bethia felt the urge to finish writing the story of Caleb and Joel because she knew that if she didn 't write about them, and acknowledge their greatness then nobody would. Bethia was at a disadvantage most of her young life; she was a girl who wasn 't allowed to receive the education that she wanted. That is why she felt an affinity towards Caleb and Joel. They were two young people disadvantaged because the color of their skin. They were treated unfairly and never truly got the respect that they deserved.
Nakamura doesn 't despise school. Well, not the learning aspect of school - she wasn 't bothered by that - no, she was bothered by the people in the school. They created some of her worst memories that have shaped her into the person she is today. It was at school she realized how cruel people can be, it was where she learned that she was all by herself.
There was no clear rules or transitions for the kids to follow. The teacher would always change the room around and told the kids to sit where they wanted. Of course, the kids would sit with their friends. She always confused the kids on the arrival time due to not knowing where to sit in class. The tone of her math class was a mess the kids were all talking and sometimes would be waiting for her to come to the room.
In the story “So I aint no good girl” by Sharon flake, in every scene, it show how rude and mean she is. Like when she was fighting another girl. Why is she so mean to the other girls? Sharon wants nobody to talk to her “boyfriend”. She doesn’t herself a good girl because she isn’t a good girl.
Section five – GoodCurley’s wife (Can she be redeemed) Curley’s wife is the only one to blame for her actions; she is always taking her anger out on people, meanly Crooks. She never say’s sorry or asks for forgiveness, although she is the only female on the ranch Steinbeck wants us to feel sympathy for her as she cannot get along with known body and she’s a house wife that’s extremely isolated with no one to convert. This is in evidence when she say’s “I get awful lonely.”
Prior to reading these two articles, I had never heard of Dorothy Allison. After reading them, I do not think I will forget her. “A Question of Class” and “Don’t Tell Me You Don’t Know” grabbed my attention, but I could relate to “A Question of Class” more. Thankfully, I did not live in poverty the first eighteen years of my life like Dorothy Allison did. Also, I never experienced any kind of sexual abuse.
In the story “Good Country People,” by Flannery O’Connor, there is a young woman named Joy, who has a lot of good things going for her until a traumatic event takes place in her life. Hulga lost her leg when she was 10 years old in a hunting accident. After the traumatic event, everything changes about her; she goes from being a joyful person to being a very mean person. Joy even changes her name to Hulga. She is a very educated woman with a Ph. D in philosophy, but she is disrespectful to her mom and always has a negative attitude.