He teaches his children everything he knows and they believe he is the most honorable person alive. For readers to see how Atticus is an honorable person they must first look at him the way people in Maycomb County did. The main reason Atticus Finch was a honorable person was because he stood up for Tom Robinson when he knew they were going to lose. He believes everyone is equal, therefore, just because Tom Robinson is black, doesn't mean he shouldn't defend him. He told Scout many times in the book if he didn't defend this man he would never be able to tell Jem or her what to do ever again.
Nanny’s portion of the novel shines a light on how Janie really views the world compared to her grandmothers. Ultimately Nanny wants Janie to be happy and well taken care of by any means necessary, regardless of how Janie feels. Nanny grew up while being in slavery and lived a hard, loveless life. She ended up getting pregnant with a white man, which to some degree helped her life and the life of her daughter better than it was before. Nanny believes that having the “ultimate life” is based off of status and what the man can bring to the table and provide for her, not solely from mutual
Also Anne appreciates what her mother does for her and the sacrifices she made. Throughout the whole story Anne appreciates and respects her father. And Anne prefers to go to her father with problems rather than her mother. Compare and contrast the relationship between Anne and Peter at the beginning of the play and later on in the play. At the beginning of the play Anne did not pay attention to Peter.
Lulu also seemed to be liked by her kids,”Lulu managed to make the younger boys obey perfectly...while the older ones adored her to the point that they did not tolerate anything less from anyone else”(114). In “Love Medicine” the two mothers Lulu and Marie both show that they are strong mothers who have quite a lot of influence on the people around them and seem to be the most important characters in the novel. The two are showed in a brilliant way by Louise Erdrich that shows how their own experiences in their past, shapes how they run their families in the
In the working class marriage there should be forgiveness. Joe and Messie works things out because they love each other and Joe have forgiveness. Joe truly loved his wife he had everything he wanted being with her and even she was pregnant with his child that he always wanted .When someone messes up in a relationship it is always should be a forgiveness in that person heart if they really truly love each other. In conclusion, the experience of the working class is a difficult one. In the working class many people are mistreated and not treated fairly.
Now they are career driven and work to take care of themselves and their families. This may be good because it gives women a sense of independence. Along with that is, the men and their transition to modern ideals. Guys used to be warriors and super masculine, but nowadays it is totally okay for guys to be sensitive or act traditionally “girly”. A good example of that was this guy talking about his father.
how do you know when you really love someone?Love is the complete giving of oneself to another. Ed Boone and Christopher Boone both had a healthy father-son relationship, but Christopher and his mother have a bad relationship because she had a tough time taking care of him and her solution was to leave him. But Ed had stayed with Christopher through thick and thin. He was always there for Christopher when he was needed. Even when Christophers was in trouble, he was always the first one there rather then his mom.
Linking it up she is a maternal and generous lady, she gave love to Lennie as he is her son. In summary, Lady Macduff and Aunt Clara pose similar roles as they both show motherly figures. As Lady Macduff is only contributed to taking care of her child. As well as Aunt Clara, which she was supporting Lennie like a mother to a son. The differences they both have is that Lady Macduff is braver, she is a victim of her husband's choice.
Wang Lung, her husband, once said, “O’lan is the good earth.” After reading “The Good Earth,” one could start to understand why Wang Lung said this while she dying. O’lan may have been reserved and kept to herself most of the time, but she was always obedient and loyal to Wang Lung. Not to mention, anything Wang Lung asked of her, she would always do it without complaining and asking questions. With this in mind, she was very selfless as well because she always put other needs before her own. Not only was O’lan selfless, obedient, and loyal but she worked hard.
In regards to the others like June Taylor, his attitude and his ability to remove his emotion from his character played a major ordeal. As for Jackie Taylor her part as the baby sister and only having older brothers fits her innocence role because, in her brother's eyes she could never do wrong and they will always protect her. Directed, Jamal Hill, handpicked a solid cast that mastered their crafts giving them the ability to deliver such astonishing performances throughout the