After reading this novel, other readers would agree Janie knows who she is individually as she in multiple situations makes decisions that benefit her. She should not be read as a character who has no self-awareness. In addition, Nanny created a protected layout for Janie, which increased her unrealistic ideas on the world surrounding her. Although Hurston created a character who is put in not the best position, by being placed there by someone who is not her, so leading her to having to use her knowledge of who she is to overcome the struggles of life, Hurston creates a story everyone can relate to and learn from, no matter where they come
However, by the end of the novel, she is considerate of others, still pushes for her beliefs in a more polite and educated manner, and embraces the fact experiences have value. Different experiences such as the hanging and Roger’s death teach the horrors of society, her mother and the Jewish lady teach Catherine how to be herself, and animals like the ant and the bear teach her how the little things could be huge to others. One experience that leads Catherine to discover the need for change is her lack of both sense and direction. She often speculates about all she will do when she grows up. “I am no minstrel or wart charmer, but me”(Cushman
Virginia Espino’s interview of Lupe Anguiano covers the latter’s work fighting against segregation, police brutality, gang violence, and other pertinent issues during the 1960’s. As the interview begins, both women appear to be comfortable and ready to engage in conversation with one another. There were no hesitations or awkward beginnings. It was clear that the interviewer and the narrator had established mutual trust and developed their own unique rapport during the previous four sessions. Espino ensured that the session would be informative by not asking any poor or leading questions.
.sure her own [looks were] all right” (988), wanted to become independent and do things that not every girl her age does, faces a male who wants her, but she does not want him, she begins to become afraid. The story shows that Connie was not prepared for Arnold Friend’s despite her actions beforehand. Connie is the opposite of her sister, June. June is a goodie-to-shoes while Connie wants to be her own person. Her mother always nags on Connie saying that she should be like June who follows the rules and is a good role model.
Lady Bracknell likes the answers to the first few questions she poses but calls Jack a “cloak-room” and “a parcel” after finding out he was found in a handbag as a baby (Wilde 25). The comments Lady Bracknell makes about Jack’s upbringing shows the reader that she looks down upon him. In reality, Lady Bracknell looks down on anyone who is not upper class. These comments also show Lady Bracknell’s lack of perspective and empathy towards others. Jack has no control over what happens when he is a baby, but Lady Bracknell is too selfish to see the situation from Jack’s perspective, so she ridicules him for being found
Each trail is analyzed and summed up in a manner intelligible to an audience who doesn’t require any complex lexicons. Her way of engaging the audience with interesting questions keeps anyone from skimming through the content. The statement “Regardless of the cause, the result was the same for Samuel DuBose, Sylville Smith, and Philando Castile -- none of them survived” shows that the act of firings is unnecessary. She is anxious about similar incidents which bring disturbance in the order. Her style of word choice is simple and precise to the story.
The governess envies other women as she doesn’t have children of her own, due to her profession. Her desire to have children causes her to become obsessive and overprotective of the children. In The Turn of the Screw by Henry James, the role of the governess occupies the liminal space between the expectations of
Overall, it is a well written essay, she uses a lot of strong words and emotion to show how it affected her. She shared her own experience which made her very credible and likeable because she wasn't making any of this up. Even though she could have used a lot of facts on how many women are affected, what age group reports the most, where you most likely to be assaulted and more. There are many sources out there for her to use. The essay was easy to follow nothing was confusing, but there were some repeated words and other experiences.
The story is told from her point of view and it is that storytelling that held my attention. Her friends, Michael and Alane, were the perfect support system for Lucy. I didn't really relate to any of the characters or find them to be very likeable but I also didn't dislike any of them. I think that all of the characters fit perfectly into this little story just as they
She just loves to be like everyone else and doesn’t believe in anything different, such as, change. She acts as if the people acting on their walls is her family. Well, they are just technology with no real feelings towards her. She also acts as if she was offended to turn them down when asked. Mildred is always keeping up with them and watching every episode in the parlor.