The children are constantly harassing Margot, and she becomes depressed. However, the main point in the story is that jealousy can cloud a person’s reasoning. Most of the story is showing the children’s jealousy and the consequences. In the story All Summer in a Day, Ray Bradbury shows how envy can cloud anyone’s judgement. An example of the theme is when the children lock Margot in a closet right before the sun comes out.
Even with all those moments I laughed at, I was still frustrated with Rosa’s actions and behaviours. To begin, Rosa has a very aggressive personality. She was narrated by Death as “the woman with the iron fist” (Zusak, 36). She also treated Liesel poorly, yelling at her, making her clean the spit at the doorway and setting strict rules for Liesel. Some could call that discipline, but I think Rosa could have done that in a friendlier manner.
An example of this is when he has trouble finding his wedding video and he wakes his parents up at two in the morning, accusing them of hiding it from him. The other main character, Tiffany is portrayed as bitter, mean, and sarcastic and also has some trouble communicating effectively with people. She is often very upfront in many scenes and can be described as having a “sick sense of humor”. An example of this is when she begins to proclaim that Pat is harassing her on Halloween night and when the police get involved, she claims that it was a joke. Tiffany also seems to be unempathetic and doesn’t allow people to explain a situation if she doesn’t understand it
‘What’re you waiting for?’ Then, for the first time, she turned and looked at him. And what she was waiting for was in her eyes. ‘Well, don’t wait around here!’ cried the boy savagely. ‘You won’t see nothing!’ “ (Bradbury). This evidence makes clear that the kids got very angry and frustrated at Margot.
Creating this good vs. bad scenario, she reaches the heart of every female in the audience and makes every woman feel as if she is speaking directly to them. Every woman hearing the speech will associate the words to their own lives, and when a woman does this she will feel angry at her many injustices. After creating a passionate, angry, justice seeking atmosphere, Stanton starts to twist in logical appeals with the emotions when she says “remember that man, who represents but half a complete being, with but half an idea on every subject, has undertaken the absolute control of all sublunary matters.” By the time she is done speaking, every woman in the house will be 100 times more passionate about suffrage. Each individual woman in the
She wants her readers to pay notice to the reality but uses disturbing words and phrases that would only make them stop reading. Mitford takes note that “not one in ten thousand has an idea of what actually takes place” (310) and there is so much more beneath the surface of things. Mitford also uses oxymorons such as, “he has done everything in his power to make the funeral a real pleasure for everybody” (314). It’s clear that a funeral isn’t a “pleasure”, it’s an incredibly sad experience (for most people) and it just goes to show the depth Mitford will go to portray her aggressive opinions. As Mitford continues to describe the shocking details about embalming she gets into a routine and systematically gives us disconcerting imagery every other paragraph, such as, a corpse “whose mouth had been sewn together” (312).
Yet I lacked the time and I lacked the talent. I over thought every aspect of every detail of every piece that I had intentions of doing to a point of insanity. The stress was too much and I was driven to multiple mental and emotional break downs. There were many but I only remember two. The first was during the Thanksgiving break junior year.
All of a sudden, Scout and Jem need to endure a blast of racial slurs and abuse on account of Atticus ' part in the trial. Amid this time, Scout has an extremely troublesome time limiting from physically battling with other kids, an inclination that gets her into a bad situation with her Aunt Alexandra and Uncle Jack. Indeed, even Jem, the more seasoned and more prudent of the two, loses his temper a period or two. In the wake of reacting to a neighbor 's (Mrs. Dubose) verbal assault by pulverizing her plants, Jem is sentenced to peruse to her consistently after school for one month. At last, Scout and Jem take in an intense lesson about boldness from this lady.
2. Shaken baby syndrome- First and foremost never leave your child alone with somebody you don’t know, that movie date or dinner can wait until the child is older if you do not have the proper babysitter to watch your child. Shaken baby syndrome is from a person violently shaking a baby, this can cause swelling to the brain, internal bleeding, can lead to blindness, developmental delays and death. This is a terrible syndrome and it’s something that can be 100% avoided. 70% of these cases are by males within the family.
This illustrates how much that sweater really hurts and disgusts her. This can be relatable to the reader, for everyone has gone through a time in their life when someone has made you do something embarrassing that you had absolutely no control over. This is the reason at the end of the story Rachel says she wishes this day-her Eleventh birthday-to be “far away like a runaway balloon.” She was so traumatized that she doesn’t even want to remember a memorable birthday. One little sweater ruined an entire memory of