Clever women love to travel. They are interested in news of policy, literature, culture, cinema. They do not criticize their husband if he stayed with friends. They do educational work next day. They calmly explain to their husband that he was wrong.
Nevertheless, Calpurnia goes above and beyond when she decided to take their own needs before her own, by comforting them and not letting them worry about something, when she is clearly worried herself. She makes people reevaluate the relationship that black people can have with white people, by showing the close and nurturing relationship that she has primarily with Scout, but also with Jem. Her continual dedication to caring for Jem and Scout is not something that they would necessarily realize, but subconsciously they know what she does for them and how much concern and love she puts into looking after them. Even though it is her job to cook and look after the kids, she has this bond that makes her more like a surrogate mother towards them, in which it could be because she has been with them before Scout was born. However, Calpurnia has this never ending love that she feels towards the kids, and no matter what, it will never go away.
Koly the clothes you washed are still dirty! I did the best I could, thankful for an bed to sleep on and food to put in my mouth.” From this quote, we could tell that Sass wants Koly to do more chores over again and Koly doesn’t mind but is not disobeying Sass because she has everything in the house that she needs so she is happy. It can be inferred that Sass is more pressuring and wants to take advantage of what Koly does and Koly doesn’t mind but doesn’t want to disobey Sass because she provides Koly with everything that she needs. On the other hand, “I
To the best of my abilities, I assured her that my friend was not drunk but was feeling sick due to something that she ate. Hoping that the guard bought my story, I smiled and told her that I would stay and make sure that she would be okay. The guard gave me a suspicious look but didn’t bother to interrogate me any further. As she left the washroom I let out a sigh of relief knowing that even though I'm high, I am still able the fully develop an excuse and lie to
Mrs. Frank often criticizes Anne for her actions. For example, when she steals Peter’s shoes and kept them from him Mrs. Frank immediately protests saying “Anne, dear, I don’t think you should play like that with Peter. It’s not dignified (I. iii).” Meanwhile, Mr. Frank does not scold her for her actions and instead tells her to give Peter time to get used to a girl around him. Also, Mr. Frank is considerate and selfless. Before Dussel arrives at the annex, he has to make the decision on whether or not Dussel should join them (I. iii).
Through everything with her dad and everyone’s disapproval Desdemona remained positive with all the hardships she went through and kept a good attitude. Another good thing she did was fulfilled her correct roles and duties such as being a good wife, helping others, and being faithful and loyal. At any moment Desdemona could have left Othello because all of the chaos she had to go through, but she didn’t, instead she stuck by his side through thick and thin. An example of this would be one of her final words to Othello “And you have mercy on me too! I never did anything wrong to you in my life.
Therefore, an attribute of her Puritan writing is staying positive even through a horrendous dilemma. Bradstreet also sees the burning of her house as a blessing rather than a loss, which demonstrates utmost selflessness. For example, while she is talking about her blessings she will have in heaven, “Thou hast a house on high erect” (43). This means she knows that god will have a nice house in heaven for her. Her outlook on losing everything is optimistic, compared to people of other religions of
Hugh keeps the conversation brief as to minimize his time away from working but Deborah desires to please him anyway with a meal she provided. Davis’s characterization of Deborah from the beginning of Life in the Iron Mills is as a woman who wants to do her best to “[P]lease the one human being whom she loved” (7) even when she does not receive an expression of gratitude back. This characterization becomes an important part as more of Hugh’s personality becomes revealed. Davis’s use of imagery to describe Hugh structures more to the development of Hugh’s desires. As Hugh’s shift transitions into the night, he is revealed to have constructed a very well
The smile is the fake happiness created by Mildred to make herself believe she has a great life and nothing to complain or worry about. Under the thin layer or happiness she puts over herself lies the true feeling she buries away to never see: sadness and emptiness. The television shows Mildred watches supports her with the belief that she is content with life and she has the right to feel happy all day; however, under that happiness lies her true pain. Mildred knows, deep down, her life is insignificant, but her fake happiness over shadows the pain too much to know the truth within herself. When the pain inside acts on Mildred, she subconsciously takes over 30 pills in an attempt to commit suicide.
The guy suggested for them to have a good time. The girl agreed and then told him that the hills do not really look like a white elephant . The American man suggested another drink and mentioned simple operation to which he promised to be with her during the operation and everything will be fine afterward. The guy then told her that everyone who went through that operation were all right and happy to which the girl agreed. The guy then dispassionately suggested that the girl does not have to do the operation if she does not want to but then stated that the operation is perfectly simple.
To begin with, I think Mrs. Jones was super kind and nice to Roger because, any other lady would have called the cops on him. Roger changed a lot on page 32 paragraph five Roger asked Mrs. Jones does she need someone to run to the store for her obviously he was trying to be nice for she would trust him. Plus Roger had a chance to escape but instead he wanted Mrs. Jones to trust him. Mrs. Jones gave him food and money for his shoes she treated him like her child. She really saved him by teaching him a lesson because, if he could have been locked up or killed if it was someone else.
1) Scout admires Miss Maudie because she feels the respect Miss Maudie gives her, Jem and Dill. She also loves Miss Maudie because she is a strong independent woman who doesn’t need a man in her live to be happy. 2) Atticus accepted the job to defend Tom Robinson because he is trying to show Jem, Scout and the town that everyone is equal. He is hoping to change the town’s way of thinking that everything should be based off of skin color. 3) Scout fights with Francis and Cecil Jacobs because they called Atticus a ‘nigger-lover”.
is a very happy loving girl, who always comes into the center ready to work. From my perspective, she has been dealing with her transition real well, considering that everything seemed alright, until we told her dinner would be taken home. When working with her I tried to get her to open up a little, without bringing the subject up. I wanted her to tell me about it, rather than me asking. Her transition is hard to deal with, especially as a child because there’s not much she could do.
The killing of her father works, but they should exchange some witty banter. The flashback with Angelique regarding the women slaves is not needed, it hinders the pace, and her backstory is enough. Angelique can 't hurt Leigha and this shows her vulnerability and makes her complex. Leigha, as mentioned, is the sweet little girl that everyone loves. She claims her mother’s name was “Beth?” But it’s Megan (page 23).