Motherhood In Little Women

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Mother is the first teacher in the child 's life, so God 's generosity he makes motherhood the great thing from all other social engagements because of the great role in the development and upbringing of future generations. The mother 's responsibility lies in the preparation of the child and guidance. But the motherhood it is not an easy responsibility, because the mother passes through the stages of education in many situations, some of which pass successfully, and some of faced with a lot of difficulties. There are two example of motherhood in children literature books as Little Women and the Northern Light novels. There are different cases of mother in each novel which presents her role toward her children. First, in the little women…show more content…
To be loved and chosen by a good man is the best and sweetest thing which can happen to a woman, and I sincerely hope my girls may know this beautiful experience. It is natural to think of it. ' ' (9.142). for this novel there are three critical literature essays. The first critic was Nicola Watson, who argued about the origins, composition and reception. In addition Nicola explained the influence on the subsequent development of the girls and the feminist. The publication of Little Women in 1868 arguably inaugurated a founding myth of American girlhood, ensured the success of the transatlantic phenomenon of fiction for girl and contributed importantly to the genre of family story. The novel 's classic status may have served as much to conceal as revealing its originality in canon of children 's and adult literature alike. Critical reception of Little Women has tended to hinge on what value is accorded to the end novel. There was evidence that the writer remained unmarried herself, chafed against the happy endings. The second critic was Judith Fetterley. She discussed the Alcott 's Civil War. She explained the…show more content…
The second novel is the Northern light. We saw the role of Mrs. Coulter as a mother was totally different from Mrs.Marmee March. Mrs. Coulter 's role was an evil mother who was exploiting her illegal daughter Lyra to execution her projects and planners. In the end of the story we saw Lyra was confederated with the bear and gypsy against her mother and the gobblers. Mrs. Coulter was very strong and full of powerful. Her powers came from her feminine wiles and tricks. She was insincere, shows the love and kindly emotion to Lyra, but from inside she had another feelings and plans towards her daughter. In the first of the novel she acts as the guardian for Lyra, but finally Lyra knows that Mrs. Coulter actually her mother. When Mrs. Coulter meets Lyra, she represents a sort of womanhood that Lyra finds attractive and charming. Lyra is fascinated by Mrs. Coulter 's glamorous adult world. Mrs. Coulter represents many obvious facets of being growing up, money and feminine charm, but inside herself she wasn 't as what she seems. She was very dangerous to her daughter, who was her victim reach her goals in isolated the children from their demons. Mrs. Coulter was a foil to Lyra in that she has no moral. She enforced Lyra to do what she wants; Lyra sobbed in terror and said that: "don’t! Please! Stop hurting us" Mrs. Coulter said that: "do as I tell you then", Lyra responds "I promise". (5.37-42). She doesn 't take care of her little daughter; she treated
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