Satrapi doesn’t focus on every event significant event only the emotionally traumatizing events, the plot development is controlled by death, the Iranian Revolution and devastating moments. In the novel, Marji experiences death at a young age and as her life goes on. Marji’s biggest death she encountered was her uncle Anoosh death. This is such a traumatizing death in her life that it changes the way she thinks about life and her belief in God. She had just become very close with her uncle Anoosh so his death made her angry with the Shah and God.
Upon knowingly that she has heart disease. I was affected in that specific part or aspect of the story because sometimes, we can’t accept that someone, someone’s important in our life is leaving. It was like, our world will going to be destructed and our hearts will be broken into tiny pieces. It is so heavy in our hearts that when someone that we used to talk everyday has gone and we can never bring back the life that have been taken. We miss everything about him/her.
She felt as if she could not care for her newborn as she is supposed to, so it brought her into a deep depression. The short stories, “I Stand Here Ironing” and “The Yellow Wallpaper” are both stories told by women who felt that their responsibilities as a mother were
Being out there was difficult for her, not only because she was missing her daughter terribly, but because she was the only woman in the entire battalion. If you are a soldier than your first priority is your job not your family. I feel sorry for the mom because she had to stay away from her daughter since she was a soldier and have to protect her country and all of us but I am really sad
Each thought that they had caused their Mums death in different ways, whether it was something they said or something they did the last time they saw her. Both twins carried this self-blame with them for years afterwards. Jude always thought that her mother was watching over her from the afterlife, blaming her for her death. She felt like her mother was angry at her and seeking revenge, this was because Jude was in a fight with her when her mother died and her last words to her were "I hate you." Whereas Noah thought he was the one that caused his Mothers death, as the night before she found out about his sexuality and he found out the fact that she wanted to divorce his father.
As Lola escapes a arranged marriage she is given Tizon’s mother to care for but little did she know that this was a life sentence debt. As she is promised money to send back to the Philippines to her family, she is abused by the both of the parents and never gets any money sent. As the story continues Tizon realizes the role he plays being her owner. Tizon did as much as he could to help Lola out when he was with her, there was many factors intertwined that is often overlooked. Also, Tizon was the person to tell this story but he needed outside help to make the story complete.
Since she had no friend and the family, she felt more Lonely. This actually leads to other part of story, where she is going to Hong Kong see her brother, on the way however was forced to get adopted. She got force adopted to a family, where they treated her like if she wasn’t human, also she couldn’t see her brother again forever until she died. For her, Jack was the only family that she had, it break her heart when Jack tried to reject everything from his mother food, culture, paper menagerie and even talking to his mother. “can you understand how it felt when you stopped talking to me and won’t let me talk to you in Chinese?
Giovanni was very distraught by the sudden death of her father. This was an unexpected turn, as he passed away on June 8,1982, the day after his 39th birthday. This was the very same year that Giovanni decided to write this poem. She used this poem as a window to reach her readers, while letting out her deepest emotions through poetry to mourn the lost of her father. This is a double-sided piece of poetry that deals with decisions; implying that there are two conflicting sides of the story.
When Soraya ran away with an Afghan man without her parents permission, her father hunted her down and dragged her back home. After being reunited with her mother it was the moment Soraya says, “I saw my mother had a stroke, the right side of her was paralyzed and… I felt so guilty. She didn’t deserve that” (173). Soraya reflects that every time she looks at her mother is what persuades her to become more docile, mannered and respectful. Despite trying to make up for her mistakes, people still spread rumors about her making her feel like she isn't good enough.
With no one to support them because of the common deaths of those who are close to them, Afghan refugees are often victims of mental conditions such as PTSD. Additionally, it is more difficult for them to recover (Park). By avoiding speaking about her mother and baby brother, she is unable to make new connections which could ultimately help her heal from PTSD, as shown directly after the bombing when “[Khalida] does not try to talk to [her], and [she] is grateful” (Staples 83). Najmah at that point had no real family left, as her brother and father were taken by the Taliban and her mother and baby brother died in the
But with her mother dead and her father bitter, those feelings are foreign to Lily. Especially since she is trapped, tormenting herself over the fact that she was the one to shoot her mother. Despite it being a terrible accident. Sue Monk Kidd expresses to the readers how much death can trap someone in their own mind through Lily. You can see the full extent of her suffering when she sobbed the truth to August “It was my fault she died.
From, “the misery of her childhood, the disappointment of her first love, the departure of her nephew, and the death of Virginie,” (Flaubert 802), through the death of Loulou, one can clearly see that Felicite’s life is one of constant descent. The story opens up explaining the tragedy of her childhood. For example, her father was a mason who died after falling off some scaffolding. Soon after that her mother passed away and her sisters all went their separate ways and eventually lost contact. So, it seems that even as a child, Felicite, knew graver pain than most today even think of.
(BS-3) Nur visits Najmah as a war torn PTSD victim with painful memories. (BS-2) Nusrat struggles with the loss of her husband Faiz, in which PTSD changes her attitude and personality. (BS-1) Najmah struggles to find hope in the little family she has left, given that she too is a PTSD victim after watching her mother and brothers death. (R) Each character’s personal struggles in Under the Persimmon Tree, connects to real world issues with PTSD as if any one of any age and race is at
Mallard who has been told that her husband has been killed in an accident. She was very upset. Just like every woman 's husband dies and they crys, like that Mrs. Mallard was feeling for her husband and she was missing him very badly. In her room she can truly express what she is feeling but she can not express her feelings in front of her family. In other word we can tell that she knows her place in society.