The character development of people varies between each individual. It depends on a person’s strive for their own betterment. Some people are afraid of change, but development is something different that attracts the eyes of society. In Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women”, Amy March undergoes the least amount of character development in comparison to her sisters. Amy portrays stubbornness, irresponsibility, and selfishness throughout the novel.
She lived a life of partying and never thinking of the consequences of her actions and that kind of person in my opinion should not be a role model. As a said earlier young kids and teenagers are influenced by her choice when she is a public figure as big as her. People look up to her. One thing that I can never say for sure is if she would have continued living as she was if she had lived. If given the chance I think Amy would turn her life around and changed for the better but at this point we can never now.
When her daughter complained she did not want to play the piano, Amy’s mother said” So ungrateful, if she had as much talent as she has temper, she’d be famous now”. Amy’s mother was selfish, she only cared how can let Amy to be famous not what Amy’s like. Amy’s mother thought that Amy can be successful as long as Amy followed her mother’s mind. Also, Amy’s mother always compared her daughter with another people. For instants, her mother asked “What’s the capital of Finland” to her daughter because she knew “a three- year- old boy who knew the capital of all the states and even most of the European countries”.
The reader’s first contact with Aunt Amy is made via a description of a photo of hers: She was a spirited-looking young woman, with dark curly hair cropped and parted on the side, a short oval face with straight eyebrows, and a large curved mouth. A round white collar rose from the neck of her tightly buttoned black basque, and round white cuffs set off lazy hands with dimples in them, lying at ease in the folds of her flounced skirt which gathered around to a bustle. She sat thus, forever in the pose of being photographed, a motionless image in her dark walnut frame with silver oak leaves in the corners, her smiling gray eyes following one about the room. It was a reckless indifferent smile, rather disturbing to her nieces Maria and Miranda. (Porter 173) This photo was taken during Amy’s attempts to get rid of Gabriel.
Alys had given up on the old world and began to accept the new . When Alyss does so she shows it by wearing a dress she ould never wear and calling Mr and Mrs. Lidell by Mom and Father. Later she is characterized as curious, but for a person. Beddor states this by telling “She wanted to take this opportunity to spy on her guests, why? because she was looking for somebody”(Beddor119).
"Ohhhh," she squeaked. She tore a book from the suitcase, hurled it at him - "Here!" and dashed into the school.” This phrase clearly makes Amanda look like a caring character. Another way that the author develops Amanda to be caring is by using the actions of the main character Amanda. In the story, Amanda can be seen doing a caring action.
Found a window seat and all. Then I saw you sitting there, looking lost ” and “The thing is, Eddie, when I saw you looked just like my little brother ”. Angie is reminded of her younger brother, who ran away when he was Eddie’s age. Angie is worried and asks if he is going to board the next train. After trying to get through to him and failing she finally went on with her own
Is the character of Amy mentally retarded or just seeking revenge? No, Amy is not mentally retarded because to frame her own murder you should be really intelligent enough and you should have a plan she is just seeking her revenge on her cheating husband. Amy has plan in her mind to put her husband in a media circus and project him as a killer. She is a writer and she knows how to do her job really well. From life insurance papers to credit card fraud she did everything to prove her husband murderer.
Amy like many musicians had her own style that represents her repellious character , her tiny thin body and her long black hair , tattoos covered her arms and her chest , her thick eyeliner that many thought it was tattooed to her eye lids , she was best known with this special edgy look that was criticized by many . The glory and success she achieved after ‘back to black’ didn’t last . At the end of 2008 Amy was voted the second most hated personality in the UK for her addiction problems , Amy’s reputation was a sort of debate ; some loved her voice and appreciated her talent , others ignored that talent and focused on criticizing her and her personal life . Keith ledger warned that she won’t last too long if her attitude doesn’t change and unfortunately he was right . On 23 july , 2011 Amy winehouse was found dead in her appartment in london , she passed away at the age of 27 because of her alcohol addiction .
Her felt neglect also comes from the fact that her siblings are a handful and constantly in need of help. She is portaryed as the more stable and responsible one who has everything in order and in control. Like her father once said, she like a “self-cleaning oven”. Even in the series she 's always the of in the background and sometimes adding snark remarks and smart comebacks. Which brings me to this one episode where Alex is given a roper spotlight wher she seeks a therapist because she was having a breakdown because of stress from