Because of this, Victor tries this and gets the girls to stare at him, but he thinks he looks foolish, and stops it, also Victor makes a fool of himself for Teresa most of the times he gets embarrassed. Teresa says hi to Victor, and Victor responds to the shock of Teresa talking to him, says something he regrets later and gets embarrassed. Victor then beats himself up about it. In Language class, the teacher asks
These relationships seem to be some of only good things Mrs. Reilly has going on in her life. He despises them because they give Mrs. Reilly ideas about how to deal with his behavior. When he hears this he tells his mother things such as “Are you speaking with that Battaglia strumpet ?” (Toole 300). Ignatius constantly becomes furious when he overhears his mother speak on the phone with Santa. Ignatius also completely detests his mother's romantic relationship with Claude
In the book Meg thinks that she is stupid. She thinks that her brother will be dumb when he 's older like her. She gets in fights with the kids her age at her school. Her face gets white hot when people look at Charles Wallace like he is dumb. Meg is protective of the other characters.
In the poem, “Making Sarah Cry”, the author shows us that Sarah went from not having the courage to the end actually showing courage. At the beginning of the poem Sarah doesn’t show courage and lets the bullies tease her. As an example, “The purpose of their game Of teasing Sarah, who made them laugh As her own tears felt like rain.” This showed she didn 't have courage because the bullies will make fun of her and laugh at her and make her cry. They made her feel as she was nothing but a joke. This showed she never had courage because she never had the guts to stand up for herself and say something.
The reader learns that she only married Curley out of spite toward her mother, and they truly do not love each other. Curley does not show compassion toward his wife, leading to her trying to talk to the others. She is always trying to talk to the other farm hands because she feels Curley only likes talking about fighting. They do not spend much time together, and Curley often gets jealous when he catches her talking to the others. These are all aspects of an unhealthy relationship.
Upon further reflection, I started hating the Nazis more and saw how unscrupulous they were to the Jews. Also, this affected Bruno and Shmuel a lot too, because now they won 't ever become friends and now they see how just unfair this is. And now the kids have to deal with the same problem, which is not right because the kids didn 't even do anything. For example, when Bruno asked his older sister Gretel why he can 't go to the other side of the fence, and why they had to be kept away from us, and this is her reply, “The fence is there to stop them from coming over here… We’re the opposite, so the different live on this side of the fence and the Jews live on that.” Bruno now understands more clearly why he can 't go to the other aspect of the wall and why they are separated, which makes a big impact on him because he now knows that Shmuel and Bruno aren 't meant to be
Therefore, they act out and hurt their classmates. Because they aren’t engaged in their everyday text, any little thing that is bothering them makes them become fed up leading them to act out towards another classmate. In addition, in the essay “Still Separate, Still Unequal,” a working class students believes that her race isn’t worth anything. Therefore damaging her emotionally because she believes that if everyone that is a part of her race were to disappear, nobody would care, they would simply be relieved that they are gone. They believe to be worthless.
This causes the other students to bully Margot because they desire the sun just as much. Bradbury wrote, “You're lying, you don't remember!” cried the children.” When Margot was sharing her poem about the beloved sun the other kids immediately shut her down because they wanted the sun more than her. For these reason, readers can assure that the stories similarities affect the theme in a positive
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. This creates the problem of women feeling unsafe, with the possibility of being harassed and attacked when they step foot outside.