For example, after the Prince discovers Cinderella, “He [thought] her more beautiful than ever, and a few days later he married her” (602). The Prince barely knows Cinderella, therefore, he cannot be in love with her. His abrupt marriage to Cinderella shows that the Prince is only attracted to Cinderella’s beauty and charm. In addition, Oochigeaskw is described as “…[a] poor little girl in her strange clothes, with her face all scarred, was an awful sight…” (627). The Invisible One did not marry Oochigeaskw for her attractiveness, but because she had the ability to see past someone’s exterior and look at their hearts.
In the novel, Scout is a tomboy and because she does not have a mother as she is dead so she doesn’t really have any female influence growing up. Scout looks up to Jem and wants to be like him. One day, Jem says, “I declare to the Lord you’re gettin’ more like a girl every day!”(69). Scout is outraged by this and takes the word as an insult. Also, in Maycomb females should be wearing dresses and acting lady-like, nevertheless Scout likes to wear overalls and play with Jem and Dill which can be seen as very un-ladylike.
The first reason that Steinbeck's portrayal of Curley’s wife is unfair is that he never gives Curley any redeeming personality traits, he only depicts her as unintelligent and promiscuous. Making her physical features, such as her red nail polish, the most important part of her character. This is made obvious by the ranchers when they talk about her, as George says, “I seen 'em poison before, but I never seen no piece of jailbait worse than her. You leave her be." And, “Jesus, what a tramp.
She becomes sarcastic once more as she states “ I have never been called crude names, like “fatso” or “lard bucket.” In reality, she has been called all of those crude names which is precisely why she does not want to call others of size the same names that she is being called. The crude names that others have called Peck demonstrates her point of view of discrimination against people of size. Progressing on, the author addresses more about how she never picks up magazines and reads the criticism that the authors receive for portraying overweight women. Peck is highly cautious with her words as she says “I have never picked up a magazine with the photograph of a naked woman of substance on the cover, to read, in the following issue, thirty letters to editor addressing sizeism..” (290) Peck uses the phrase “woman of substance” as a non-judgmental way to describe the woman because she understands and ponders on what they might feel to being called impolite names. She portrays the fact that people who do not have any struggles with body weight do not understand that people of size are humans too and will sympathize or judge them which is a form of
“If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you will never learn.” (fahrenheit 451) In the book fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, Clarisse Mcclellan is a pure and innocent young girl who doesn't follow the “norm” of her society. In the short story “cold equations”, by Tom Godwin, Marilyn is also a pure and innocent young girl who is ignorant of the “norm” of her society. The similarities between Clarisse and Marilyn are impressive and the deserve further evaluation. They both show their innocence and purity, they both show how they don't follow the “norm” of their society, and they both show how they play a huge role in others lives. The first thing that makes Clarisse and Marilyn alike is their traits of purity and innocence.
Mayella is a very young woman that does not own anything nice, nor clean, besides geranium flowers. During the 1930’s, men were the dominant sex, as a female, Mayella has to obey her father, Bob Ewell. As a result, Mayella was mistreated and abused. Mayella Ewell is a social outcast without a niche. Corresponding to her drowning financial state and unclean physical
In essence, Alice Walker displayed Dee Johnson as careless, vain and selfish. Dee showed no true emotion to her family, as if they were not related. She was only worried about things that made her happy and did not care what bridges she burned receiving that happiness. Alice Walker used a great deal of dialogue and intriguing diction to show how complex Dee’s personality
Character Analysis - Abigail Williams Sweet and funny are words usually used to describe teenage girls. This is not the case for Abigail William’s, she is the opposite of the average teenage girl. In Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, Abigail is a naive young girl who viciously attacked Elizabeth with intelligence because she was jealous. First off, Abigail is in love with John Proctor and is oblivious to the fact that John will never love her back. “But I will cut off my hand before I’ll ever reach for you again” (Miller 146).
In each story of cinderella you ever read there will always be an evil mother, in the three stories given, each one has an evil mother which is the step mother, she is the one who gives Ella orders and does not care a bit for her. In the movie version butterflies are constantly shown as a sign of independence and purity, while the sign in the Grimm Brother’s version was the doves which meant innocence. Then there is the fairy godmother, she plays the good mother in all Cinderella stories, she gives Ella a boost of confidence when she had reached her lowest low and makes her feel like kindness and hard work can achieve
Unicorn is not like all other normal animals just like Laura is different from all other girls. She has a physical defect that she is worried about and she is terribly shy. She and her mother want her to be normal like a unicorn would be a normal horse without its horn. When the gentlemen caller Jim accidently brakes Laura’s unicorn, the unicorn losses its horn just like Laura starts to see herself in a new light that she should no longer allow her shyness to cripple her. She was not even upset about the