In this autobiography she allows the reader to delve into the personal and dark times in her life. As well as the highlights and strong points in her life. Allison’s mental dissension is portrayed through her family’s poverty, unrealistic expectations of society, and her lesbian identity. Allison struggles with her self-acceptance greatly in the chapter titled “Mama”, here it is made
But when looking on her microchip about her match, a different face appears, Ky Markham. Now she has to choose between the only life she’s ever known and a path no one dares to follow. Ally Condie is trying to entertain readers by using theme and tone. In Matched, Ally Condie uses a curious or intriguing tone to effectively entertain readers. On page 83, it says “Cassia,” he whispers.
With Ethan being a coward he accepted what Zeena said without her even needing to ask this is for example when Zeena says she hired a new house maid to take care of her Ethan did not directly stand up for Maddie or to Zeena he only said that they didn’t have the money to pay her. Also Ethan never made a plan where him and Maddie could be together in the end. If Ethan would of just stood up to for himself all of this could have been avoided, he could have been with Maddie from the beginning and made his life much
Though, I think treating people the way you want to be treated is still the one stuck in my head. Martha felt like she should have been nicer to Olive, considering the fact she always seemed lonely. In fact, when Martha was having a phone conversation with a friend, she admitted that she felt bad for Olive. She revealed that Olive had no friends, and would sit alone at lunch. Olive secretly admired Martha for being kind to her classmates, and taking responsibility.
To continue, the narrator faces internal conflict when sheila says she thinks fishing is dumb. Sheila is talking to the narrator as they are rowing up river in the middle of the story. “I think fishing is dumb she said, making a face. I mean it is boring and all . Definitely dumb.”(Wetherell 2) The narrator confronts internal conflict when Sheila said that she thinks fishing is dumb since the narrator enjoys fishing and likes Sheila so much.
When Annabelle goes to Toby’s smokehouse in an effort to find him, when she blames herself for Betty’s death, and when Annabelle’s brother Henry gives Annabelle time to process in a hard time -- they are forced to grow up before they are ready. Towards the middle of the novel, Annabelle must grow up when she goes to Toby’s smokehouse looking for him because she doesn’t want to accept that he would kidnap or kill Betty. When Annabelle leaves her house to go find toby, she states, “Anyone who’s ever gone from warm and bright to cold and dark knows how I felt. To my back, all safe things… I had been out in the night before, many times, but never alone, not past the end of our lane… and I really wasn’t completely alone. With me, out here in the dark, were men searching for Betty” (130-131).
Amy Also said that she likes to draw but it's once in a while when she feels inspired. Amy said that in her school they have a program were students work in the summer and get paid which is called After School Matters. Amy told the worker that the job that she is looking forward to is about art were they will paint a mural wall in their high school. The worker then asked Amy how she felt when she spoke to Lety, who is the foster parent of her two sisters ,in the CFTM on 3/20/18. Amy told the worker that she felt that what Lety told her was not sincere and also to not get in trouble.
She is a different person at the end, using her makeover as experience. This leaves Andy as being a character that balances between the two angles of Girl World, with one half powered by her desires to succeed, and the other half coming to terms with the punishments that lie ahead if she tries to have it all like
Having a name for something that I am struggling with has always been a huge help in my battle with something. I’ve found that it is always harder to fight an unknown enemy than it is to fight an issue that you know the name of. An aspect of her paper that was also interesting was her view on her anxiety. She said that even though she realizes that anxiety is an issue for her, she does not want to completely cure it because she believes that it motivates her to get things done (Mullaney 6). I don’t think that I would have thought of it in that way if I were in her