Once Shug is able to feel acquainted with Celie they find themselves doing everything together. Shug teaches Celies about herself mentally, spiritually, and physically with her body. The book captures the feelings held between the Celie and Shug with vibrant words and sentences between the two characters. ¨She say, I love you, Miss Celie. And then she haul off and kiss me on the mouth (Walker, 1982).¨
Billy was full of guilt and sorrow. Nevertheless, he learned to accept that these things happen due to the Tralfamadorians and their saying. “And Lot 's wife, of course, was told not to look back where all those people and their homes had been. But she did look back, and I love her for that, because it was so human. So she was turned into a pillar of salt.
(Terrana A Supporting Role) Even when Abigail Was young she was breaking gender roles by educating herself even that she was a girl and her father and grandfather encouraged her to read and learn by reading books from their library. “The pleasure she found in reading enabled her to think for and educate herself.” It states in A Supporting Role, by Joan Barton Terrana. Abigail showed that she had integrity at a young age because she did what she thought she was capable of and what she wanted to
In In the time of the butterflies, Julia Alvarez uses emotional moments to demonstrate the change in personality of Maria Teresa. Change is the always happening to everyone and there is no way to avoid it. People always try to avoid change, but most change that is related to personal growth, is good, as long as someone learns to adapt to it. Maria Teresa embraces change and because of this, she is able to become a stronger person and learn how to not become put down by other people.
A country girl’s reputation often holds high value in her heart which builds a foundation to create tension through small things. In “The Ruined Maid,” the conversational poem between two girls that grew up alongside each other establishes a new view they have of each other over time away
In “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan and “superman and me” by Sherman Alexie, both authors focus on the importance of teaching oneself. While Amy Tan conveys this subject using personal experience, Sherman Alexie expresses it by using imagery. Ultimately, both authors portray the theme as having a passion to learn and being educated can benefit a person in life. Amy Tan's essay is a personal story that tells the reader about how her mother's english was perceived as “broken” or “fractured” by everyone.
Another citation that shows how rose is an empowering role model for women when she felt sympathy for a motherless newborn knowing who the father was. She takes her in showing her loving nature and her ability to put her anger to the side. In (page 79) rose says “ i’ll take care of your baby for you… cause… like you say… she’s innocent… and you can’t visit the sins of the father upon the child. A motherless child has got a hard time. From right now… this child got a mother.
Her audience can use the mistakes in her life to learn how to change similar circumstances in their own life, whether it is for themselves, their kids, or their family so they do not experience the negative influences of patriarchy. Many other authors can learn from hooks’ writing and know that it is okay to share about their personal life so that others can learn from it. The world can also simply learn how to deal with patriarchy and learn from her feminist teachings. hooks’ writing was more connected with the audience of this time period because many people, not just women, in the fifties can agree that patriarchy was a normality. This made her audience realize that just because they grew up a certain way does not mean that they cannot change their circumstances.
Based on the textual evidence in Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and a students example essay on studysync I believe that, one of the best ways to respond or deal with conflict is through perseverance ,being straightforward ,thinking positive and being understanding because this allows people to solve conflict and get to a reasonable solution for all the sides. Anne used persisting and positive thinking, Anne 's mom used understanding, the student used being straightforward to deal with conflict in his/her writing. There are many different ways to deal with conflict but I believe those were the best ways
Elizabeth Edwards once said, “Resilience is accepting your new reality, even if it's less good than the one you had before. You can fight it, you can do nothing but scream about what you've lost, or you can accept that and try to put together something that's good.” Her life experiences lead her to learn the hard way what exactly resilience is. Elizabeth Edwards models how changes in life shouldn’t bring one down. Being strong and fighting for oneself is much more important and helpful rather than sulking and comparing oneself to another.
“Everyday Use” by Alice Walker is a short story containing a first-person point of view, narrated by the mother in the story. “The mother” is not named in the story, yet holds an important role in being the protagonist while also incorporating vital details of the characters’ emotions, views, and ideas of each other. The narrator tells the audience everything she knows about the other two main characters, giving the audience insight on how to view these characters in the story. Walker does a great job using two specific literary elements in “Everyday Use” to pinpoint the story’s theme. In “Everyday Use”, Walker develops the theme of the importance of Christ-like behavior by unifying these literary elements: point of view and characterization.
“Eleven” by Sandra Cisneros and “The Flowers” by Alice Walker are both short stories with underlying themes related to the concept of coming of age, or “growing up”. To be more specific, the idea of loss in the context of childhood innocence is particularly prevalent in these stories. The situation in which this loss occurs is drastically different within the two stories. In “Eleven”, the protagonist, Rachel, is forced to wear a sweater that is believed to be hers by her teacher and classmates.