Guiding her spiritually, she helps Celie to redefine her womanhood and show her how women should “defend themselves with words; they discover their potential – sound themselves out through articulation” (Cheung, 1988: 162). In the course of time, one can notice Celie`s growth in self-awareness and self-realization. Her confidence helps her to rebel against the patriarchal system. Observing her development and growth into womanhood, Shug says to her “you making your living Celie ... Girl, you on your own way” (The Color Purple: 2004:
Celie finds her voice and personal identity over the years. As such, the work does function as a feminist novel. However, its deeper thematic elements offer an alternative approach to spirituality. Walker traces Celie’s journey from living in fear of a patriarchal God that is difficult to identify with to Celie’s eventual joy and acceptance of herself, others and the serenity to be found in daily life. Shug is the catalyst that allows Celie to embark on an active spiritual journey because Celie’s infatuation with and eventual love for Shug enables Celie to focus on a good aspect of her life.
Blair Waldorf is the lead character in the popular TV, and novel series of Gossip Girl. She is described by the creator of the show as “a girl of extremes" who possesses a snobby side while also showing signs of sensitivity. She is portrayed as queen bee of Manhattan 's social scene, which causes her actions and relations to be under constant examination from the mysterious Gossip Girl, a popular blogger. This causes her to struggle to shine in her own light and become successful and on top of the world, which she idealizes as an important aspect in her life. To understand Blair Waldorf’s personality, psychologists would use the Big Five Model.
Susan Glaspell, the playwright of Trifles relays feminist drama in a fascinating and psychological way. This play introduces women helping women in confinement to find freedom. Confinement can tear a woman apart, but the desire for freedom from society is embedded deep in the heart of all strong women. Trifles was written
In turn, Janie’s story inspires other women, notably Phoeby Watson, who acts as a mirror for the reader. She is the vehicle through which Janie’s story is told, and the friendship between the two women rises above the petty talk of the town, the porch, and the community, in a true instance of “sisterhood”. Phoeby acts as Janie’s defendant, arguably more so than any of the men combined. She notes her friend’s agency and self-authority, “Still and all, she’s her own woman. She oughta know by now whut she wants tuh do” (11), and by the end of the novel, one woman’s personal narrative manages to uplift another: “Ah done growed ten feet higher from jus’ listenin’ tuh you, Janie.
In the novel The Bean Trees, Kingsolver’s belief that people survive through another 's generosity and empathy recur throughout the novel. This belief holds truth as many of the characters within Kingsolver’s novel find survival within the empathy and generosity they receive from others. The relationship between Taylor and Turtle reflect this theme through their mother-daughter relationship. Kingsolver’s belief also holds truth with Estevan and Esperanza’s situation and the help they receive. Kingsolver even weaves her belief within the relationships between minor characters such as Virgie and Edna as well as Sandi and Kid Central Station.
Once Albert Schweitzer has said, “The tragedy of life is what dies inside a man while he lives.” This conveys that life is a precious gift, but during lifetimes, this gift has been wasted or abused, which turn into a tragedy. Othello is one of William Shakespeare’s tragedies, originally written as a play and have been adapted to films, TV productions, and a remix. This story revolves two characters: Othello, the general in Venetian army and Iago, the main antagonist. Moreover, he 's the bearer of Othello, but wants to ruin his life.
In literary works, authors often use minor characters to accentuate certain characteristics of a main character, often traits that are going to be important down the road. Justine, the family servant, is accused of murdering Victor’s young brother, William. Even though she pleads guilty to this crime, her and Victor know she’s innocent. However, Victor knows that his creation is responsible for the murder but doesn’t say anything, letting Justine take the fall for it. When people only think of themselves, others often innocently suffer for those actions.
In the story the author writes about how the main character has a mental illness which causes him to hear things in his imagination. On page 381 of “The Tell-Tale Heart,” it states, “I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I heard many things in hell.” (Poe, 1843) As a matter of fact, this means that because of his disease, he is not able to think clearly and have a clear touch of reality.
Jackie Kennedy is an inspiration because she successfully served as many roles like First Lady, mother, wife, and fashion icon. Even before her time as First Lady, Jackie was an accomplished and educated woman. She was a strong mother, a faithful wife, and an icon. “She wanted to be beautiful and elegant, but she also didn’t want to tower over diplomats who came from other countries, so she began wearing shorter heels,” Porterfield said. Jackie was smart and thoughtful.
Doe Deere Breaks All Of The Rule “...I strive to uplift and drive people to succeed through positive reinforcement.” Doe Deere To many women Doe Deere exemplifies the freedom and fun that so many of us feel unable to express without her encouragement. Ms. Deere was born in Russia and raised in New York. She worked at a variety of different jobs before settling on creating a new type of cosmetic.
And, Hurston’s theme of writing is not direct, the plot is similar, a young woman is forced to marry an older widower. Hurston indicate Janie values in the novel: Their Eyes Are Watching God is joyless with her life, Hurston writes, “Ah ain’t got nothin’ tuh live for” (118). The change of the character growth represents how she has learned about life, including love, and sorrow. The author engage the reader attentions to overcoming fear can lead to harmony. Janie survival help understand that life is challenging , it is wonderful.
Masculinity and feminine overtime transform due to genetics, family background. And society. Gender shows how a person attitude, behaviors values, and cultures describe males and females. In picturing Will, Ann Beattie presents three different characters. Jody is a successful wedding photographer and a single mother after divorcing from Wayne.