With no one left to help the family, Rasheed decides to give away Aziza to an orphanage, yet again an act of gender biasing. Laila somehow managed to visit her daughter daily, she is relieved that at least her daughter won’t have to stay hungry but is beaten brutally several times by Rasheed for visiting her, still nothing deters her. The story again takes a turn when Tariq returns to Laila, when he visits her house, “she didn’t dare move a muscle. She didn’t dare breathe, or blink even...
Born in a low status family, she is stressed to suffer under the underestimation and disdain from other people and furthermore, her dad’s terrible treatments. Mayella tells two separated lies: one is about Tom Robinson raped her; another one is she shields her dad, which means she conceals the truth about her dad beats her. In the trial, Tom states that when Bob saw what did his daughter do to him, he savagely snaps, “you goddamn whore, I’ll kill ya” (Harper 221) to Mayella. From this quote, Bob is extremely furious with his daughter when he accidentally saw the scene.
Usually the marriage is arranged by the dad, and if the daughter does not comply she will get in major trouble. Some women are being forced to be married as young as eight years old. If the men get arrested they can put the blame on the wife and not be charged for their crime. A man who was arrested for beating his wife lied in court and got away with it. He said that his wife was being disrespectful to his mom, dad, and sister so that is why he beat her
The quote is bringing Najmah one step closer to becoming more mature and less childish as she was in the past as well as throwing away her childhood fears.(SIP-B) After Najmah sees her family either being killed or taken away she has to rely on herself to survive.(STEWE-1) This shows Najma 's baby brother being dead as well as her mother making her the only one left at the moment “ Habib lies motionless"(67). Since Najmah is all alone and has no one left to contact she has to rely on herself to figure out where to go from there since
(AGG)War forces individuals to change(BS-1)Najmah is more mature because of the war.(BS-2)Dressing as a boy forces Namah to be more independant.(BS-3)Najma makes more of her own decisions after meeting Nusrat.(TS)Najmahs experiences during the war cause her to become a more responsible person. (MIP-1)The experience of having her home being destroyed by the war caused her to be more mature.(SIP-A)When Najmah’s father and brother were taken by the Taliban and she had to take care of her mother.(STEWE-1)Mada-Jan was so upset that baba-Jan and nur were taken by the Taliban that she wouldn 't even get up to eat so najmah has to make her want live again by saying “you may choose not to live, but the baby and I need you. And the flock needs food. I don 't want to die”(staples 38).
there was a window on the wall, but it had been painted black, in obedience to the Taliban.” and the quote, “ You’ve been watching your father all this time. Just do what he did. ”She had to be careful and not be caught as a girl being a boy outside and the Talibs were causing girls not to be able to go outside so Parvana had to cut her hair and change clothes to look like a boy to be able to go outside and get water and money without a boy with her. In Conclusion, throughout the book, The Breadwinner, by Deborah Ellis, Parvana displays many countless examples of Perseverance.
Mattie deals with death and loss in this book. When People in Mattie’s family died she has to learn to live on her own. This story suggest that you have to suffer to get things you want. In this book Mattie had to lose people for her to become more responsible which allowed her to take over the coffee house on her own.
On Annemarie's journey from girlhood to womanhood. Annemarie had to be responsible to especially when her mama fell and hurt her ankle. When she was getting ready to take the package to Uncle Henrik, Mama told her” If any soldiers see you, if they stop you, you must pretend to be nothing more than a little girl. ”(Number the Stars page 105).
In areas such as Pakistan and Afghanistan women are deprived of education. The Taliban forbid women to attend school. Malala Yousafzai has been fed up with these boundaries and restrictions the Taliban has set for women and bravely speak out against the Taliban. She has been a peaceful protester in the impactful fight towards the right of education for girls across the country. Malala Yousafzai has profusely utilized Imagery, Juxtaposition, and tone to successfully state her claim on the fight for education rights to the underprivileged children in Pakistan and around the globe.
Gegory’s about women conducts intended for his daughter is a significant prove that men were the reason for women lacking education and reasoning power(Wollstonecraft, 1792). The other factor affecting the right to education for woman is religion. The threat of violence against women is still rampant in many parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan where women and girls are denied to access of education and face threats of violence if they defy orders to stay home ( Smith,K ). Because those people who thinks that educating a women is against the religion or “Islam”. According to Smith, in his article Shafia and her husband send their daughter to school in a small village in southeast Afghanistan, despite the threat from conservative community members who don’t believe girls need education.
Marie remembers the day she and her friends witnessed Hester standing in front of the town, the disgraceful letter adorning her chest, and the shameful child crying in her arms. Her friends were arguing in regardance of whether or not the scarlett letter was an appropriate punishment. One believed it would bear her a great burden throughout her life, but the others felt as though the punishment was insufficient and that a harsher one should be put in place. She said nothing, and instead chose to watch Hester as she climbed up the steps. She should have seen a connection then, between Dimmesdale and Hester, but instead she had been naive.
(AGG) In the beginning of the book, Under the Persimmon Tree by Suzanne Fisher Staples, Najmah lived a simple and normal life, but soon found out that her life was nowhere close to normal and started to loose the people she loved, which shaped her all throughout the story. (BS-1) Najmah first started to face harsh conflicts and losses at the beginning of the story which affected her negatively. (BS-2)
Nazneen, a traditional Muslim woman in Monica Ali’s novel Brick Lane, is born to pursue her fate. The novel portraits Nazneen’s struggle in her arranged marriage as she tries to adapt to the London society and deals with her young lover. Being both pure and erotic, Nazneen has shown two sides to her husband and lover. Ali uses Nazneen’s dream caused by her guilty conscience to prove the contradict sides that existed inside Nazneen, one seen by Karim and Chanu as the “the real thing,” and the other known by herself as a corrupted woman. Nazneen represents a character of conflict more than anyone else in the novel.
(AGG) Many people have experienced the effects of loss, the way it can suck one into an endless black hole of grief. (BS-1) In Under the Persimmon Tree, Suzanne Staples describes how losing a loved one can shatter one’s heart, leaving them broken inside. (BS-2) Although loss can take, it can also give back by helping a person grow and mature. (BS-3)