Little Rachel has been in many homes already, this a problem for Lyddie because Lyddie only has Rachel has the only family right now and if Rachel leaves Lyddie might lose all of her hope, give up, and be depressed. ¨They take off July”(140). Lyddie and Rachel would take off July to visit the farm to pay off the debt. This shows Lyddie wants to get her family back together because Lyddie doesn’t want Rachel to keep moving from home to home. Lyddie wants her family together, Lyddie doesn’t want to be lonely anymore she wants to take care of
In the midst of her break from college classes she meets a gentleman, who is older than her, named – Lee Ryhnor. Recalling, the young Nolan girl’s childhood, how Katie found herself favoring Neeley more and Francie noticed gradually. Present day, father has passed, evenings are lonely, and she is unknowingly searching for a certain someone. Lee swept Ms. Nolan away with his charm and she was perfectly content with the situation. The anonymous narrator shares with us saying, “And he asked for her whole life as simply as he 'd ask for a date.
For them they felt like they were meant to be together forever,but they just had mixed emotions about How they really felt about one another. One thing for sure is Daisy stopped loving Gatsby a while back once he was doing this duty in the army.I feel like Daisy got tired of waiting for her lover or they forced her to find someone else and get married to start her new life ,Which was meeting Tom and having a baby girl. In the book it
In the beginning of the story she is very innocent, nice, and childish. Esther is 6 years old. As Esther is growing up, the KKKs were also changing. In the middle Esther started being very sad.Esther misses her mom so she stood at the train tracks thinking of her mom. Esther at the end of the story really didn’t want to make her life any harder.She stops believing in the train completely as she grows up.”I'm never,ever stopping in a train track again” This quote shows that Esther knew that she understands that the train will only take her life and not being her to her mother.however she didn’t want to get in any kind of trouble and have her friend to worry.
"But I do grieve that you, my daughters, just now at the age for marriage, have not at this time had gradual training and advice; that you still have not learned the proper customs for married women. I fear that by failure in good manners in other families you will humiliate both your ancestors and your clan." Zhao wants to teach her daughters to be honorable women and to put others first. Zhao wanted women to not shy away from their duties as the women of the household, for the women in this time were required to clean and do all the other chores necessary to keep the household running. Ban
Having outlived both her children, Mrs. Webb’s life goes on in Grover’s Corners. From the grave, her daughter Emily asks the Stage Manager, “Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it? - every, every minute?” Emily has a unique perspective because she is dead and wishes that everyone could appreciate life while they are living it. Emily’s insight emphasizes that time is short for the living. Even after great loss, it is important that Mrs. Webb move forward.
On the other hand, Katniss in The Hunger Games is trying to live for a whole different reason. Throughout the novel, Katniss is put into dangerous and unrealistic situations where she is forced to fight for her survival. But throughout it, she adjusts to what’s around her and realizes even more the corruptness of Panem. Katniss is forced to care for her sister and mother after the death of her father, taking on the role of caregiver. She matures, especially when she heroically takes the place of her sister in the Hunger Games and fights back against the other tributes in the Games, often outsmarting them.
Edna is the main character in the novel who sacrifices herself in the biggest way possible. She realizes that she cannot face the terms of motherhood and the forced marriage to Leonce Pontellier. Edna wants to be the independent women that she isn’t allowed to be, which the meaning of The Awakening is that people cannot be forced to be in a relationship with a person they don’t truly love. Towards the end of the book after Robert leaves her and as she thinks about her life and the events that have happened that she regretted. Edna said “She was trapped in motherhood.” She didn’t like the lifestyle she was given, she had lost the love for Leonce even though he was in love with her.
Addie and Anse were not good parents because their children had to learn everything on their own, this also includes emotions and feelings. Maybe the reason for Addie’s reasoning for the way she treats her children. She was born in a family that caused her to be isolated and lonely, which leads her rushing into marriage Anse. Therefore, for all her life, Addie felt neglected and when she married Anse she hoped for a change. When she was pregnant with Cash she would that she would finally be something, that her presence would be put upon others, and she would finally achieve the meaning of life.
In her mind, Mama thinks back to the time when she had offered the quilts to her; “I didn’t want to bring up how I had offered Dee (Wangero) a quilt when she went away to college. Then she had told me they were old-fashioned, out of style” (Walker 320). After going away, Dee is more insistent on preserving her “heritage”. Dee’s ignorance has caused her to separate herself from her family and blind her from her true heritage. With big ideas came the loss of her identity and her true sense of self.
Karen Hesse stated that, “the way I see it, hard times aren’t only about money, or drought, or dust. Hard times are about losing spirit, and hope, and what happens when dreams dry up.” But she is wrong about Billie Jo who holds onto her sense of self as well as optimism and admirations. Many farmers in this time left and never returned, as they gave up on their hopes, but Billie Jo did return after running away as she realized that she still had hope.. Readers can learn from Billie Jo, that you can recover, and rebuild after difficult
Noy’s “Auntie” cared for as long as she could before she had to leave and eventually returned home. Years later Noy was reunited with her and still had the same attachment and love towards her, as she remembered she did in her childhood. With the passing time and maturity Noy realized her “Auntie” was her true protector as a child and attempted to shield her as much as possible. Noy wanted to express her appreciation for this but was fearful to bring it up all these years later. Noy expresses a sense of regret during her presentation, that she was unable to protect her cherished “Auntie” as she had protected her.
Her brother died in front of her, her mother sent her away, and she witnessed almost everyone she loved depart from the world. She had more than enough reasons to quit, but she decided to stay strong through it all. She is brave enough to live with the memories, and rather than thinking of them as a burden, she wears them as a badge of honour. b. "You give me this Saumensch of a book and think it 'll make everything good when I go tell my mama that we 've just lost our last one?"(262).
Due to the fact that one of the girls that escaped was recaptured, Gracie is hesitant to escape Moore River. When Molly suggested escaping she told her that her Daisy would rather stay instead of going home. But, when she heard that her mother was no longer in Jigalong she was quick to break away from the group even though Molly warned her it was a trap. In conclusion, I think she feels it more pertinent for her to find her mother because Molly and Daisy are sisters. Molly is a very loving girl who cares about her sister and cousin very much.