Instead, Beatrice had to deal with the confusion as she was clueless about what an inconclusive test meant, especially because her results were not how she expected it to be. She lost confidence in herself and wanted an answer for her true identity. At the choosing ceremony, Beatrice decides to join Dauntless in order to gain respect from others, but most importantly, for herself, which was an aspect that she did not have when she was in Abnegation. In Dauntless, she strove to gain respect from her instructors and friends despite being mocked by one of her competitors, Peter, played by Miles Teller. The importance of knowing one’s identity in this case is to avoid confusion, and to ensure that one has a positive self-esteem so that respect can be had for oneself.
(Bloom) This scene “reveals Ruth 's independence, expressing her right to choose and to assert control, yet it also depicts the desperation of a working-class woman who cannot afford to have another child.” (Bloom) Mama greatly opposes Ruth getting an abortion. Her conservative views and religious beliefs do not allow her to consider this as an option. She remembers the
“Violence against women is an appalling human rights violation. But it is not inevitable, we can put a stop to this”, Nicole Kidman, Hollywood Actress Domestic violence is not anything that cannot be reduced or diminished. It may be difficult to completely eradicate the practice, but this is no reason to stop from trying to put our best efforts forward to prevent as much harm as possible. At least through such efforts the plight of some women may come to an end and maybe it helps in improving the life of many more women in their households. In most of the cases, the women do not come forward to complain against the perpetrators of violence.
She is apologetic because she and her sister Frieda, lament not being able to save Pecola's baby, although they were determined to find a magic formula that would make it happen. Now that Claudia is an adult, she knows the "why" of Pecola's fate, but the explanation of the story is too shocking and mysterious to understand or articulate, so she does the next best thing and shares the "how". The "why" is left to contemplate by the readers who are curious and wise enough to understand the truth that is not apparent. Claudia starts the introduction to her story with "Quiet as it's kept". The reader learns immediately the most important facts of the story even before the narrative begins: Pecola's father rapes her, then she is pregnant and eventually the baby doesn't make it.
Lady Macduff embodies the stereotypes of a woman at the time; she is a loving mother, a loyal wife and would never manipulate Macduff. Lady Macbeth at first defies these stereotypes by overpowering Macbeth, but eventually regains her femininity. She is constantly plagued by nightmares and guilt following King Duncans murder, which is a reminder to the readers that inside she is still only a woman and therefore
I’m not really this way about money, the way we’ve been doing it… I want’” (171). The employment of diction helps Amy Tan reveal Lena’s deep temptation to speak her mind about her troubling marriage to her husband, however, it also shows how she winds up complying to her husband’s wants anyways. “Protests” usually consist numerous people advocating for a certain idea to the public either violently or peacefully. Even though she stands alone against her husband, Lena feels so strongly about her cause she is even willing to “protest”, she “want[s] to”. She knows what she wants, but does not know how to say it because she has never been put in a position to project her voice.
Beatrice is the main character, in the book Insurgent Series by Veronica Roth, Beatrice was trying to figure out how she was going to confess what she has done. Beatrice is Divergent, she has different traits and emotions compared to other people in the society. She was in Candor, a courtroom where she can let her anger out and no one can judge her for what she has done, especially from the ones she loves. When the attention was pointed to her, she was scared to tell the full story about what was bothering her. Beatrice thought to herself, “Safe places, where confessing that I shot one of my best friends would be easy, where I would not be afraid of the way that Tobias will look at me when he finds out what I did.” This quote shows that people shouldn’t hold secrets in, but to let it out even how bad the secret is.
Modern women’s attitude to marriage has undergone changes. According to Radha, her love affair is nothing more than an act of defiance, and not a betrayal. She wants to express her defiance against androcentric social norms by indulging in adulterous relationships. It is her “loneliness and a funnelling need that had exploded into unbridled passion” (M 399-400). But she never had any feeling that she was committing a crime or betraying anybody by her relationship with Chris.
Given Mackenzie’s history of lying, she and Talia knew it would be difficult to believe coming from just Mackenzie. So, Talia vouched for Mackenzie and swore to the coach that she had seen Olivia hit and push Mackenzie. However, when the principal and dean of students questioned Talia, her story changed. She had, in fact, never seen Olivia do anything of that
She says she does not want to hurt her mother’s feelings because that would break her hurt badly. She says its better she keeps her illness to herself because she don’t like it when people feel sorry for her. In this problem I will use the understanding stage of Egan counselling skills. Firstly as a counselor I will make the lady aware of her situation that she needs support from her family and friends. According to the Egan (2010) he says clients fear disorganization this means they fear to self-disclosure because they feel they cannot face what they might find out about themselves, Kate was sick for few months but refused to go to the hospital and find out what was wrong her.