Although all her examples, evidence, and points make her writing more effective it also becomes problematic for other, unintended audience members, and to the way society might begin to portray Millennials. Tyler ends her article by stating that millennials are “intelligent, well-educated and quick to draw remarkably accurate conclusions,” (482) but when she uses words like “deal,” (482) and “prepare” (481) that have negative connotations, it alludes that we are a burden and that people need to be concerned. Not only does she mention Helicopter parents, but she also doesn’t hold the older generation accountable for raising millennials the way they did or still do. The article, although it is well written and makes many frank points that many of us do, becomes problematic when we consider that not all people are the same. Every person is an individual and unique, not only are people individuals, but also in this day and age many people, older and newer generations, do the things that we stereotypically do.
For example, due to his strong constitution, Tom feels dominant and superior to women. By saying “Now, don’t think my opinion on these matters is final … just because I’m stronger…” (Fitzgerald 9-10) he actually shows off his physical strength and holds contempt for women. This point is presented even more prominently when Tom utters “How you ever get anything done is beyond me,” (Fitzgerald 13) having heard that Miss Baker is “absolutely in training” (Fitzgerald 13). Additionally, Nick also explicitly expresses patriarchal attempt for women by doubting Miss Baker’s “slender” (Fitzgerald 13) physique. Contrary to patriarchal discrimination exemplified by Tom, Miss Baker speaks for feminism by showing respect to physical equality of human strength.
“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” (Stephen Hawking). Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is a book written about the life and adventure of young boy named Huckleberry Finn (Huck) and his companion, Jim. Though Huck has hardly any education, there is no denying that he is very intelligent. Huck’s companion, Jim, has no education, however you can still see his sharp logic, quick wit, and deep wisdom. Though today many believe that education is what makes a person intelligent and successful, Mark Twain does a great job showing that even though Jim and Huck do not have high levels of education they both show high level thinking.
In the story, Esther is brave and clever and shows great strength, however, these characteristics are unnoticed. This is due the to the time period in which women were only seen by men for their beauty. Through historical criticism, the text is accurate, with regard to male sensuality over female intellect (K.Beal, 1997). In a traditional commentary, Lewis B. Paton, a scholar of the early twentieth century, viewed Esther as remarkable for her looks rather than for any abilities. As that Mordecai “supplied the brains while Esther simply followed his directions”.
Personally, I believe that Patty Jenkins is the greatest director because her success and strength in a predominantly male field. I do not want to pursue a career in the film industry, but rather the science field, which is also male-dominated. I see Patty Jenkins as an inspiration because she never let the inequality and lack of women in the field slow her down or hinder her progress. She created and immensely popular film and in doing so proved women can do the same if not more than men. I desire to have in impact like hers in science and to accomplish breakthroughs and change the world for the better.
Elizabeth is Batsheva's feisty and vibrant non-Jewish best friend. Although with an age difference of a few years Elizabeth knew a lot more about life then Batsheva and was too smart to be played with. She always played the role of a wise old woman and guided Batsheva in whatever she did. Clever as she was, she had made up her mind to search for a boy better than her classmates and was smart enough to realise that all man are not as good as they seem, treating woman as disposals, to be used up for their ideas and bodies and then discarded. Elizabeth had been very careful not to let herself be used by other but instead experimented with using others.
This does not mean that just because you have this gene you are the best because if we don’t put that gene to work then it’s basically useless. Everybody is made different and everybody 's brain are wired differently and some peoples brains are wired to be really good at sports and pick up thing easier.
In the book of Esther, Esther role is secondary to Mordecai’s. In the story Esther is courageous and clever and shows great strength, however, her characteristics are downplayed when compared with Mordecai’s values. Lewis B. Paton, a scholar of the early twentieth century, viewed Esther as remarkable for her looks rather than for any abilities. As that Mordecai “supplied the brains while Esther simply followed his directions”. Other scholars () also Wrote that “[Esther is] pliant to the commands of Mordecai, …her weakness, her timidity, her modesty she can conquer through loyalty to the Cause, which is hers since it is her master’s”.
A women’s sense of beauty is not bound by what rich corporate men think a women’s physical appearance should look like. There is a strong difference of looking professional to work and having a sense of beauty for one’s self. Women can look professional to work but still be seen as ‘ugly’ because they are obese but the amount someone weighs does not determine if someone is beautiful or not it is the feeling of acceptance and self-worth a person feels inside their self. According to Chloe DePiano from Odyssey she explains the value of personality, “We can all think of a person whom we love so dearly for their amazing personality rather for their
Physical Beauty In a perfect world, inner beauty would be the only thing that was considered important about a person, while their physical appearance would just be something a part of them that wouldn’t determine a person’s character. However, this is not the case, this isn’t a perfect world. The perception of beauty has always been shown that it only involved outward appearance, yet that sounds ignorant so people tend to announce that inward beauty is what matters most, when it’s not actually the first thing that is thought in someone’s mind when meeting someone new. Communties worldwide have always been corrupted with the thought of the better the physical appearance give the better advantages, which is hardly false in today’s society. Therefore, the modern society has formulated a culture in which physical appearance is a more compelling attribute rather than inner beauty.. From the moment a person is born they are taught to see with their eyes, as it is one of the natural things for most humans.