This only proves that the spread of evilness can diminish any bit of innocence left in a persons mind. In TKAM, this is expressed when Jem felt sick to his stomach as he heard the guilty verdict. Also, when Scout couldn’t understand why Miss Caroline would request her to stop learning out of school. Another incident occurred when Dill ran out of the courthouse, crying in shock. Overall, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee is a novel that does a good job of showing how innocence can be destroyed by the display of evil.
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee demonstrates that the world is surrounded with good and evil. Scout, Jem and Dill all start innocent, but when they become aware of the evil from the adult world, it forces them to mature quickly. It makes them realize the truth about life, being that there's good, but also evil. Harper Lee uses prejudices in To Kill A Mockingbird to show the evil in life. She shows this through women not being allowed to take part of the jury, people being judged on their social class or their different lifestyle but the most prominent is racism since the jury convicts Tom for a crime he didn't commit just because he was black.
Another occurrence of irony emphasizing the flaw within the court’s process of prosecution is when he states Mary Warren’s punishment and the girl’s punishment. He states that if Mary Warren “has been conquered by Satan...her neck will break for it but if she speaks true, I bid you now drop your guile and confess your pretense, for a quick confession will go easier on you”( Miller 95). A situational irony is an event that surprises the audience. This would be considered ironic since both crimes of Mary Warren and the girls are on the same level of severity and seriousness.However, Mary Warren is the only one being killed for her confession of her crimes, while the others live. This simple example shows Miller’s belief on the corruption within the court system as Danforth is allowing his favoritism control over his actions throughout Mary Warren’s trial.
“I’m no longer accepting the things I cannot change...I’m changing the things I cannot accept”,this was once said by Angela Davis.Melba and Assata both changed what they didn’t accept.Assata and Melba were both women activist who wanted change during their time period.They had different strategies for making change but they had similar problems they had to face.Melba and Assata was women activists with many similarities and differences. Melba Pattillo and Assata Shakur were different in many ways.Melba was a quiet girl who killed people with kindness when she integrated to a white school.Assata was more on the side of militant and brutal when she was a part of the Black Panther Party.Melba fought for education while Assata was fighting
Today when people think of child labor, they think of it as wrong and wonder who would make children difficult, laborious tasks. They wonder why some people did not try to stop it. Florence Kelley did try to convince people to end child labor. In her speech at the National American Woman Suffrage Association, she conveys her disdain for child labor by appealing to logos and pathos. Kelley draws the audience in immediately by appealing to logos (logic).
You are truly unhappy if money is the only thing you care for. The names of many characters signify their personality, and many of the various things that they will do. For example, First Corinthians Dead is Milkman’s sister that tries to help people make a compromise. She was named after The First Epistle to the Corinthians which told of Paul the Apostle who ended the quarrels of people
The biggest decision you make is deciding who you are. In the story “The House on Mango Street” by Sandra Cisneros, the author creates a conflict of Esperanza’s internal struggle to find her identity, reminding us that the decision of who you are can be life or death. We first learn about this conflict when Esperanza is talking about her name, and how it doesn’t present her as who she really is. Thoughtout the story Esperanza realizes that people judge her because she only shows them the bad parts about her. She isn’t being herself and showing people the kind, sweet person she is underneath.
She emphasizes on how she disagrees with these norms, which is the reason why people ridicule her minority status. She states the fact that women of minority status within America are the ones who are disregarded to a great extent. While describing her attempts to fit in the society, she also mentions the conflicts she faces with the people from her own culture, who criticize her for using “Spanglish”. Through her essay, Anzaldua is trying to connect to everyone who suffers from contrasting identities. Her article begins with a metaphor from her childhood, when she once visited a doctor who commented on her accent which made her feel uncomfortable.She further evaluates on the incident with the dentist where his remarks made her uncomfortable.
In the article by Yousafzai, it shows that she has gotten hate for her beliefs. “As a child, she became an advocate for girls education which resulted in the taliban issuing a death threat against her” (Yousafzai). The quote shows that words can be hurtful to positive people. Essentially, her beliefs have been taken away because of her use of words. Though this may show words can have a negative impact on someone’s life, Actions may be better for some people and can help them live a better life.
In this quote it shows gender discrimination. “But I kept aloof from their more foolhardy schemes for a while, and on pain of being called a girl”(Lee 55). This quote shows how it bothers Scout when they call her a girl even when she is a girl. Here is another quote showing gender discrimination. “I was not so sure, but Jem told me I was being a girl, that girls always imagine things, that’s why other people hated them so, and if I started behaving like one I could just go off and find some to play with” (Lee 54).
I think this action would be considered inappropriate for a lot of the white woman in Jackson because Sketter did that to her own friend. She was disobeying her own colour and people would think poorly of Skeeter, and especially Hilly. I believe this was also a way for Hilly to get a taste of her own medicine because of what she said to Minny. I feel like putting the toilets on the lawn served Hilly right. 16.
I feel like in this part of the story, it’s trying to explain, how other people are seeing that women are trying to step up and change everything, and the women in the story is trying her best to find the best possible solution in order for men to realize women should have the same choices and rights. During the back end of the story, John faints, this part to me feels as if the men are surprised to seeing women putting their feet down and not backing down, and is trying to end the