What I mean by that is she isn’t like the go getter competitive squeaky she is more shy and keeps to herself. She shows this when she is at the party and she doesn't talk to too many people there after repeatedly being mortified by her family. An other time in the story when she show this is a little more discrete but she only has one friend. Apart from having trouble making friends she only tried making one friend. So in conclusion to the the entire essay the theme is holding the character back from what they really want.
Clarisse asks “Are you happy?” (10) Clarisse is a complete opposite compared to Mildred's unsocial and dark representations. Clarisse represents a side of people that the government does not want people to be like or to see. In the dystopian society they are living in, seeing a girl like Clarisse is rare and the government sees her and her family to be a threat. Her family are often reported to be heard laughing and talking which to there society, is considered a disturbance to the government. Clarisse does everything she can do to keep herself from being wrapped up in the dystopian society she is forced into, unlike Mildred who is what the government sees to be a model citizen.
The constant bullying from her classmates majorly Franky, makes her struggle with her identity. In the story, the girl does not tell her teacher’s about the bullying and sexual harassment. The reason for not reporting is because the teachers will not believe her. They will only tell her that it Frankie had a crush on her. She also would not tell her father because it
According to the Cambridge Dictionary, the definition of popularity is: The fact that something or someone is liked, admired, or supported by many people. Melinda is not very popular in school, in fact she is disliked by mostly everyone. Melinda is a teenage girl who was raped and is starting her freshman year of high school. Throughout the story however she builds her relationships backup. Mel is dwindled down to almost nothing throughout the story, but she is a strong, independent woman.
Many children, however, loathe them, so are they really that good? School uniforms are bad because they hinder freedom of expression, they are another way to hurt financially struggling families, and do not help end, gang violence or bullying, but simply cover it. Freedom of expression is constantly fought over, but how is it modeled in schools and districts? The first example comes from article A in paragraph 4, where it says that a school uniform, “minimizes students’ First Amendments rights, the freedom of expression”. This is the most important reason why students dislike school uniforms.
Because every other classmate is not standing up for Margot, one may not want to seem different by making the opposite choice of taking Margot's side. Instead, they all join in on bullying her. Margot is negatively affected by peer pressure because of when people are incapable of
Moreover, Melinda’s behavioural issues stem from her depression and lack of desire to actively engage in her life. To emphasize, Heather see this abnormal behaviour when she says, "You don’t like anything. You are the most depressed person I've ever met, and excuse me for saying this, but you are no fun to be around and I think you need professional help" (105). Both Heather and Melinda’s mom complain about her depression and they do not try to help her overcome it. In reality, many teens and adults have depression.
Teenagers and adults are usually the one’s who don’t comprehend the children very well and cause the misunderstandings to happen. People get misunderstood on a daily basis. It can happen anywhere like at work, school, home, or even out on the streets. In this novel, Scout seems to be the one who gets misunderstood the most out of all the children and teenagers. Scout tries to explain to her teacher Miss.Caroline several times that her father Atticus did not teach her to read and write but Miss.Caroline misunderstands her and punishes her for thinking that she is lying.
The attackers do not handle or cope with major losses or personal failure well and many are suicidal 7. Many of the school shooter feel bullied, persecuted, or hurt by others 8. There are other people involved in the attack in many case 9. The shooter is stopped by someone other than law enforcement in most
Her pink shirt and black suit or sweater give her a professional appearance of the leader she is. Her personality on this picture does not reflect who she really is in the movie. Giorgina is a manipulative and snob girl, treats her friends and classmate without respect. Giorgina changed into an innocent and nice girl after she was hit by the bus and realises how much her friends and classmate dislike her. The character can be attributed to an archetypal of metamorphosis where Giorgina
Loneliness on most of every characters Loneliness can affect every human even the happiest one ! Someone can have everything, or have a lot of friends but you never know how they feel inside and they can actually feel really lonely, like it they aren 't really include in the group of friends he hang out with that person feel really lonely, like he 's not include in the conversation or the other people around them is actually talking to that person but they don 't really continue a conversation witch can make him lonely. Or if you are maybe the most popular one in the school and everyone like that person, you can actually don 't really know how he feel inside. Through the characters of of mice and men Lennie, Crooks, Curley 's wife are prove by John Steinbeck, that loneliness can affect every human even the happiest one. Lennie is happy in the beginning because he has George and he believes in his dream of having a farm with a lot of rabbits in different colours, but George is letting down Lennie cause he 's always putting him in trouble so Lennie is alone.