By doing this she helped show that even though you may be a women you can still make a big difference. She showed that you can make a difference no matter what. You can alway do something with a positive effect. Lucy Flucker Knox was a brave and honest women. She never gave up and was optimistic.
I'll Give You the Sun, is a beautiful, breathtaking novel written by Jandy Nelson. Noah and Jude are twins and the two main characters. Throughout the book it switches between each of their perspectives at different ages. Noah is 13-14 years old, and a bit odd, he doesn't talk to many people, is constantly painting pictures in his head and is struggling to come to terms with his sexuality. Years later, Jude is 16 and has changed dramatically after her mother's sudden death; trying to become invisible, avoiding all boys and not enjoying creating art at the California School of Arts, or CSA - when suddenly, she has a change of heart and starts to work on the most important sculpture of her life.
I am very strong willed in many aspects. An example I can say no to things I’m pressured into. I am very direct and honest and can be good . I am very reliable also. Partner asks can you do this yeah.
The novel Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood (Persepolis) by Marjane Satrapi is the account of Marjane Satrapi’s life growing up in Tehran, Iran. Satrapi opens reader’s eyes to a childhood that has been warped by war and devastation. Young Satrapi experiences several unpleasant things as a child during the revolution. She hears stories about how children were recruited to be in the front lines during battles and how her friends’ fathers were captured and tortured to death. To experience all this chaos in Satrapi’s childhood took a toll on her mental state.
In Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak, The book follows a ninth grade student named Melinda Sordino through her first year of high school. She has trouble in school because during the summer she calls the cops on a party that she is attending. Now all her friends won't talk to her and the whole hates her for what she has done. This affects Melinda in a negative was and forces herself to stay quiet and to herself for the whole year. Readers feel that Melinda should stay her quiet self through the situations she was handed during the novel but, Melinda should speak on the situations that are present to her because they would have turned out better for her than her not talking about them.
Have you ever heard two people having a discussion about a topic, but they have different opinions? Acknowledging the fact that people could have different opinions based on their own perspectives is very important. In Persepolis, Marjane writes as her 10 year old self, sharing what she experienced in Iran, while they were in the middle of a revolution. Throughout the book, she gets older and her perspective changes multiple times over several different topics. Marjane Satrapi’s perspective affects her presentation of imperialism, religion and loss of innocence.For instance, this image represents imperialism in a very unique way (Wikimedia, Fig.
Marjane Satrapi’s perspective as a child is different from when she gets older because of her loss of innocence, her political and social awareness, and her views on religion. At the beginning of Persepolis, Marjane is only ten years old. She gains age as the Iran-Iraq War is taking place. By the end of the story, she is fourteen years of age. Throughout the horrific chain of events that take place over Marjane’s story, her perspective changes drastically.
In the beginning of the book she isn’t involved much at all, but as time goes on she gets sucked in gradually, like a tornado. Marjane’s first experience with the revolution was when she was 10 years old and “-It became obligatory to wear the veil at school (Satrapi 3).” The older she got the more defiant she got towards the new fundamentalist regime, she also was more willing to get involved for example after her Uncle Anoosh was executed because he used to be a spy (Satrapi 69-70), from that point on her rebellious side took hold. Marjane gets more involved in the revolution when she goes out with her parents to protest for the first time, she sees some extremely grotesque things such as people being beaten and even a woman getting stabbed. This is evident when she says, “ So I went with them to pass out flyers.. When suddenly things got nasty.
In Marjane Satrapi’s book Persepolis, We see Marji change drastically with her choices in religion and beliefs. She becomes so intertwined in the revolution that she loses track of her dreams of becoming a prophet. Once the war has begun Marji merges herself into the whole situation. As she grows up Marji wants to fit in with the westernize society since in Iran the war has seized her freedom. This causes Marjane to take her own path without realizing many of the consequences.
Persepolis is a graphic bildungsroman by Marjane Satrapi which is based on Satrapi’s childhood memories and her coming of age throughout the novel. At the start of the book, Marji is 10 years old, living in Iran, when she starts talking about her childhood and she ends the book by going to France at the age of 24. She is also interested in knowing about war and politics. Surroundings that people grow in can affect and influence them in many ways. Marji talks about the laws and problems that she and her family face.
A Critique of Speak Keeping a secret for a whole school year would be a challenge. One may find that the novel Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson explores the challenges of keeping a secret. The story is about a girl, Melinda Sordino, who gets raped over the summer at a party and is helpless. That year at school all of her best friends are now her ex-friends because they didn’t know what happened. She doesn’t tell anyone about this terrifying memory until the end of the year.
Zomorod Yousefzadeh is the new kid on the block. She lives in Newport Beach, California and she moved there from Abadan, Iran. She is embarrassed by her parents and her background so she changes her name to Cindy, a very popular name in the 1970 's. Once, Cindy finally makes friends and, feels like she is like she is blending in; Iran makes US headlines about the Iran Revolution and how Iran was holding Americans hostage. Now, this crisis is threatening her and her family.
Speak Journal Response This journal is in response to the novel Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. As a coming-of-age contemporary novel, Speak discusses many sensitive issues that are still prominent even today. In this story, we explore the life of Melinda Sordino, a fourteen-year-old girl who is beginning high school right after experiencing an utterly traumatic event: rape. Melinda is left friendless, with no one to help and support her after what happened. She tries to navigate through her first year of high school, and it seems like the entire student body despises her; she feels more alone than ever.
The novel Speak was written by Laurie Halse Anderson, which features a girl named Melinda who is starting her first year in high school. Melinda is hated by her peers and seem to have a heavyweight surrounding her. As the story goes on the reader learns that Melinda’s depressive state is because of the traumatic experience of being raped. Throughout the novels entirety Melinda is shown attempting to take control over her life and to get through the school year in one piece. Speak gave many people the opportunity to put themselves in the place of a rape victim.
Some people cannot answer these questions without the help of others, whether that advice is positive or negative. In the novel Speak, by Laurie Halse Anderson, she shows you the story of a girl searching for her voice. The main character of this life changing book, Melinda, a teen who was raped at a high school party, is struggling with speaking to others about the horrible event she experienced at the party. As she is starting her freshman year of high school some people will come into the story to help Melinda get the voice she does not realize is missing. Melinda finds that art class is her sanctuary and her art teacher, Mr. Freeman, is the only