After Granny discovered Ella reading Bluebeard to Richard, she screams in disgust and Richard interrupts , “ “But, granny, she didn’t finish,” I protested, knowing that I should have kept quiet. She bared her teeth and slapped me across my mouth with the back of her hand. “You shut your mouth,” she hissed. “You don’t know what you’re talking about!” “But I want to hear what happened!”
In the end, Rosaura’s illusion about being equal to everyone else is shattered; after coming face to face with Senora Ines, she realizes that she was only there to help. Through Rosaura’s unjust situations, Liliana Heker demonstrates that different individuals react differently to injustice: aggressively, being protectively, and passively. Initially, Rosaura retaliates againstto injustice with her aggressive behaviour when she argues with her mother and during the party. Her actions demonstrates that she can’t control her rage.
The theme poem Making Sarah Cry is overcoming obstacles. Sarah was teased for many things, like being slow and not as smart. “... She never tried to hide.
Says Lena, “‘Won’t she be mad when she finds you?’ ‘Nah, she’ll just be glad I’m not dead or something’”(114). . In observance of this situation, Lena begins to wonder how Teresa thinks of her. She says: “Maybe she had listened through the walls and heard nothing, the stagnant silence of our unhappy house” (114). Lena is associating the loudness of her neighbor’s home with the love she expects from her own mother, and the silence of her house so strongly opposes that which she expects.
so I know the girl that she was yelling at could hear her better than I could. While the girl was yelling she was spitting in the girl face and someone said her breath wasn’t smelling good so it just made a better reason for her to stop yelling but she didn’t. So the girl the other was yelling at must have got tired of her nasty breath in her face and her yelling in her face so she hit her.
The Breakdown that she has connects to Shoshana Felman 's What Does a Woman Want? and Franny 's actions connect to Judith Butler 's Performative Acts and Gender Constitution: An Essay in Phenomenology and Feminist Theory. Salinger 's Franny is a story that
Carole is a mixed girl but Henry and Betty Norton, the two antagonists, keep pestering her to find out her race. While they continuously asked her about her race, they were very insensitive and ignorant towards the fact Carole is just a young girl. One of the quotes that really shows this is, “‘What are you, anyway? My wife and I had been wondering.’ Carole blinks, sees the man’s clear blue eyes and drops her head.”
Joves’ unwelcomed assault left the young maiden traumatized, filling her head with overcome feelings of misplaced guilt and shame, although the attack was in no way her fault. Callisto became despondent even among her fellow huntresses: despite physically being there, her mind was absent. When it came time that she could no longer conceal her pregnancy, Callisto was ridiculed by the hunt and Juno. Diana showed no pity for the girl, refusing to hear her out, or even allowing her to bathe near them as she proclaimed for her to “not defile this water or us” (45). The punishment for her actions resulted in the metamorphosis of Callisto into a bear.
Sexism: Sexual Harassment “I was a school-going girl... One boy was pestering me to accept his love. One day, unable to bear his torture any more, I slapped him and threatened that I would make my parents report to the police. The next day he threw acid on my face when I was going to the school” (“Is It My Fault”). There are many accounts like this one of girls who have been attacked for standing up for themselves against advances from men who think only of their own needs.
In the story “So I aint no good girl” by Sharon flake, in every scene, it show how rude and mean she is. Like when she was fighting another girl. Why is she so mean to the other girls? Sharon wants nobody to talk to her “boyfriend”. She doesn’t herself a good girl because she isn’t a good girl.
Amanda Bynes was once a famous teen actor that starred in many TV shows of our generation's childhood. She was on top of the world as a just a young girl, but as she became older, she started to lose grip of herself. We were all crazy for her while she was the star actress of “The Amanda Show”, but now she’s just crazy. Hester Prynne from the novel “The Scarlet Letter,” and Amanda have a few aspects in common as well as several considerable differences.