When she thought to herself that “(she has) learned the hard way; to never let it get that far”, the audience is able to derive that she presently, has learnt her lesson to be more proactive and less passive. She has perhaps started to take actions to prevent some events from becoming disastrous. This is like Lena learning an important lesson from her neighbours. She had initially thought that the fact that her neighbours fought everyday was rather unfortunate. However, she then “head them laughing and crying, crying and laughing, shouting with love”.
And God tells us, commands us, compels us, to love." (The Help, 2011) Inspired by this, Aibileen amends her fear and becomes the first of the maids to disclose her story to Skeeter. She realizes the danger that could result from her decision, but she embraces the risk and relies on her faith for guidance. Aibileen wrestled with just how much courage she would need to do what Skeeter had asked her to do, despite the "bitter seed" planted inside of her. The convergence of Skeeter and Aibileen is a result of the courage demonstrated by Aibileen.
To begin, Eleanor Roosevelt conquered criticism through facing her shyness and performing helpful tasks for the well being of others. In the text, it states, "Feeling unwanted, Eleanor became shy and withdrawn. She also developed many fears. She was afraid of the dark, afraid of animals, afraid of other children, afraid of strangers. (Pg.89) This illustrates the criticism that Eleanor Roosevelt had to face and as a result, shyness and fear established within every core of her body.
Heaven knows what she has known.” (5.1.47) This shows that Lady Macbeth has been trying to keep everything inside of her, while trying to pretend to be okay. Hence, a mask would be a symbol for her pretending everything is fine and going on with her life. While the cracks in the mask would represent Lady Macbeth breaking down and not being able to maintain her image. This would be the result of the guilt that has accumulated through her deeds. This conveys how guilt was able to change Lady Macbeth throughout the story; from high and mighty to scared and afraid.
The women are okay with totally baring their souls to say they are in love only to get that lukewarm response (Clark 2011). The show is what it is, yet you can see the agony in these ladies who say they're falling in love with this man however are realizing he's having a relationship with several other women. I can hear individuals reacting to this by saying, don't watch the show. Be that as it may, I think in many ways there's a need to be an active viewer to comprehend where culture is as far as translating love. What's more, if you comprehend that perspective of love, you can better serve the friends around you who are in a situation of trying to find a mate.
The thing about this quote is Sally’s beauty can be a plus and a negative. On the plus side, she’s “fabulous”, as I described earlier. On the negative side, boys are more willing to rape her. To prevent this from happening, Sally’s father forbids her from talking to boys. At this point, it becomes extremely ironic.
Furthermore, while sleepwalking, Lady Macbeth also constantly rubs her hands as if she is washing the blood off of them. Lady Macbeth’s fear of the murder that she committed in the past can be seen through her attempting to wash away the blood from her hands or her attempting to wash away the memories of that night. By seeking to wash away her memories, Lady Macbeth is trying to free herself from her past actions. Additionally, her unnatural actions are a result of her mental instability. In order to gain a sense of reassurance, Lady Macbeth is seen carrying a candle with her at night to suppress the memories of the night of the
Eleanor Roosevelt overcame insecurity by facing her fears and performing helpful tasks for many people. In the text, it states, "People teased her about her looks and called her the "ugly duckling"…" (Pg.89) This illustrates her insecurity of
Ice and cold also represent isolation and seclusion which occurred very often throughout the story. The reason ice and cold represent instability and inhumane activities is because Victor first created the monster in a very cold, icy place and also in the season of winter. Ice and cold also represent lack of love and affection which was in the case of the monster. The second the monster came to life Victor is filled with the horror at what he had done. “How can I...black lips.” This shows Victor realizing the inhumane activity he has done and how mentally unstable he has become.
This has become true because as the couple now become rude to everyone else but when together they are the sweetest thing possible this is clearly shown when he said they consume the thing that feeds their fury. Although Petruchio put Kate through stressful obstacles somehow she still fell in love after he proved the point of her selfishness. Petruchio tamed her by giving and taking away things and making her technically beg for it. Petruchio fought smartly to first, convince Baptista that he is the right,strongest,richest man to marry her , and of course he did put her in check. Bianca on the other hand seemed as if she had it easy with all the men wanting her and Kate getting