From start to finish, she had always been the strong will who wanted the wellbeing of her godson. Knowing that the fate of her son was execution, she refused to let him die as a hog. She had made Jefferson Gumbo during one of her visits, and although he had refused at first, he gave into Grant 's encouragement in making Miss Emma happy. “I wanted, too to talk about how Jefferson’s
This is true because Miss Strangeworth sent a letter to Linda Stewart’s parent and they would have continued their life “if Miss Strangeworth had not opened their eyes” (Jackson 4). Moreover, it is significant because it shows that Miss Strangeworth simply thinks she is being gracious and opening people’s eyes to the possibility of evil in their town.
The message Alice Sebold is trying to convey is to listen to yourself The Lovely Bones is a meaningful yet depressing story about how people move on from tragic things that can happen in their life. The novel is based upon the Authors personal experience. Which we can see clearly throughout the novel. There is a sense of reality that it could be anyone because Susie was just a normal girl like all of us but yet she has this disastrous thing happen to her. Alice Sebold makes the reader really think about the story and how it could happen to you.
Even though John Proctor betrays Elizabeth by having an affair, Elizabeth remains loyal to her husband. Her loyalty shows in Act Three when John is asked if his wife is honest and responds, “In her life sir, she will never lie.”. Although Elizabeth is an honest woman, she then lies in court for the sake of her husband’s fate. Her dishonesty results in her husband’s death despite that being the opposite of her intentions. Elizabeth shows that she will do anything for her husband as a loyal wife even going against her own morals.
Elizabeth is loving and honest women. She values her marriage and her sons. Elizabeth tells John that he should leave Abigail alone and never talk to her again. She advises John “You'll tear it free—when you come to know that I will be your only wife, or no wife at all! She has an arrow in you yet, John Proctor, and you know it well!” Her husband was arrested for having an affair with Abigail but she thought lieing was the best option, she went from an honest women to a lying women.
The reader is taken into Germany to witness the struggles and hardships that Liesel’s life will lead. The Book Thief, narrated by Death, is the story of Liesel Meminger, a German girl who given up by her mother to live with Hans and Rosa Hubermann in the small town of Molching. On their way to Molching, Liesel's younger brother dies, and she is traumatized, experiencing nightmares about him for months. Hans is a gentle man who brings her comfort by teaching her how to read, starting with a book Liesel took from the cemetery where her brother was buried. Soon after moving Liesel befriends a Rudy Steiner, a
Liesel found friends that would do anything to protect her even endanger their own lives. She learned to love Mama and Papa like they were her own blood. Liesel had a tough life, and she still ended up loving and trusting people. What would you do if your life was spun upside down? Would you learn to love again?
Lastly Dramatic irony took place in some of the character’s sworn word. John Procter said in the court room “that woman would never lie” (McDougal Little Page 181). He is referring to his wife Elizabeth Procter as a trustful and honest woman because the courts wanted a confirmation from Elizabeth.”In good faith, Elizabeth lies” (Bhatia Page 2). Elizabeth lied only to protect her husband’s reputation and name. Dramatic irony is essential in the Crucible because it makes the story fascinating.
Ma Joad’s Protagonist Abilities Who is considered to be a protagonist in the novel by John Steinbeck’s, “The Grapes of Wrath”? Ma Joad serves as an intellectual hero, based upon her influence of wisdom towards her family. As a caring individual for her sons/daughters, new recruits, and everyone else who serves as an asset to the Joad family, Ma is frequently keeping the family together on their exclusive journey to the “promised land”, California. Based throughout the story, Ma continued to watch over the emigrants, especially her son Tom, because he had went to prison for a murder crime and she does not want him to break his parole. Even though there had been some negative outcomes from their journey, Ma stood up for everyone when they were in miscommunication with the bank, salesman, and everyone else who was not in favor of the Joad’s arrival in California.
Just like in all murders there is always a reason to why they suspect is not guilty. People are willing to argue with the fact that she is guilty. They, being her friends say that she was with her. They believe that she would have no notions to kill her husband. Her friends tell the police that she was a chick, not a murderer, she was not capable of murdering anybody.