When you read a book you expect it to have one definitive ending to the story. What if one book had its ending changed after a few of its original books were already published? The changes made for those endings were very small but radically changed the story. The book is passing by Nella Larson. The change in the ending of the book confused book historians because those two different endings give 2 different outcomes.
Many factors may cause or create a change in someone’s character. It’s usually from their relationships they have encountered in their life. Relationships good or bad can help shape a person’s character immensely, and from every relationship, a person’s character can be changed for the better or worse. The main character, Janie Crawford, in the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston,had encountered several relationships that caused a positive and negative changes her character. Janie’s first husband, Jody Starks, and second husband, Tea Cake, both caused a change in her character.
Janie’s skin color is lighter than most of the people in the book. Her mother was half white and half black and was raped by a caucasian man which created Janie. Janie had light skin, her light skin gave her many advantages such as more opportunities, people treating Janie kindly and also being more respected. Janie was treated differently by most of the people in her life such as Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Turner is a light skinned woman that was married to a dark skinned man.
Initially, I thought this book was horrible because it is very depressing. I thought that I would never recommend this to anyone. However, once I had finished, I realized there were many great aspects. I ended up recommending it to many of my family members and
Beyond Slated “I want to run right now, but I am hemmed in on the bus, bodies all around. I concentrate on Ben’s warm hand, close my eyes, and wish myself anywhere but here (terry 163). In Slated by Teri Terry, Kyla has been memory wiped by the government. As she tries to find a way to uncover her dark past, her new parents are trying to keep it from her , but Kyla has forbidden flashbacks that help her unlock the secrets of her past and her former identity. Teenagers should read this book because of its unique connection to alzheimer's and dementia and its message that in some circumstances, it is beneficial when people find things out that they are not meant to.
Janie's second husband, Joe Starks, represents her loss of dreams in regard to personal freedom and individuality. Joe is ambitious and determined to achieve success and power, but he does not value Janie as an individual. He sees her as a trophy wife and expects her to conform to his expectations and ideals. Joe restricts Janie's personal freedom and does not allow her to express herself or pursue her own dreams. Janie's experience with Joe is transient, as she realizes that his idea of success and power does not align with her own desires and beliefs.
Just as Joe isolated Janie from the other people in Eatonville, John isolates his wife from the outside world, believing it will help her get better. Her isolation causes her depression to develop into hallucinations and insomnia. She envisions a woman on her bedroom wallpaper that is trapped behind a set of bars, trying to get out. The trapped woman represents the speaker, whose husband locks her away from the rest of the world. Her husband also resorts to belittling her and treats her like a child in order to get her to obey him.
In conclusion Jannete had to become independent at a young age but also worried about her mother and
However, Janie is an African-American woman that has an overprotective grandmother, who insists that her granddaughter gets married pronto. Nonetheless, in the long run, she realizes that love she can turn and change when it is compared to the start of each of her relationships. Noticeably, when she is with Jody, a mayor of Eatonville, instead of providing her with protection after being married for nearly twenty years, he violently assaults her. Additionally, after she gets remarried to Tea Cakes, she is faced with the fact that he got rabies and has become paranoiac as he thinks that Janie is unfaithful, causing him to threaten her existence with a gun, eventually making her to kill her to save her own life.
Janie didn 't start living until Joe died and she met Teacake. With Teacake Janie felt alive, they understood and respected each other. Their marriage was full of love and compassion, two things that Janie always wanted. Her marriage with Teacake ended in a tragedy, but Janie felt like she lived a life full of new beginnings, and she was content with that. All the men in Janie’s life
At the age of sixteen Jannie had her first child, which she named James Dale. She fell in love with her baby and forgot all about the heartbreak Lawrence caused her. He finally figured out that Lawrence was just a smooth talker, who only wanted one thing from her. She later found out that Lawrence had been cheating on her with her so called 'best friend'. Jannie struggled to raise James Dale and often cried about the fact he would grow up without a
Janie is convinced that she can find her perfect marriage with Joe and leaves the next day. As Janie’s second destination becomes Eatonville, the town being
The story Cancer by Janice Deal is told from third person limited point of view. The author focuses primarily on the one character Janine, to the exclusion of the other characters. We know very little of the other characters, Janine’s coworkers and her male friend, but we are armed with a plethora of information about Janine. We get to know her intimately.
The 1996 novel, Brian’s Winter is a fictional nature survival story that focuses on Brian, the protagonist. Brian’s Winter is the alternate ending to Hatchet, the first book in which Brian is in a plane crash, and is rescued after having spent just over forty-five days alone in the Canadian wilderness. In Brian's Winter, the author Gary Paulsen experiments with what would have happened if Brian had been left in the Canadian wilderness during winter. The separation starts with Brian noticing cold weather on a day of fall hunting. Brian prepares himself for winter performing all of the necessary survival tasks.