Jeries.K Wahhab Mr.Ali 10N 9/10/2016 English assessment. The Change of the story The narrator in Alice Walker 's "Everyday Use" is Mrs. Johnson, also known as Mama. Mama lives with her daughter Maggie and is visited by her other daughter, Dee. After Dee came back from a long travel to finish her study in the university the family started to tear apart because of the different personalities. In this assignment I’m going to write about the different personalities of Mama, Maggie and Dee.
The movie “Smooth talk” has a related vision to human trafficking. The story introduces Connie, an ordinary, fifteen-year old, attractive teenager who seems to be very naïve. She is engrossed with her appearance and her mother scolds her for it and proceeds to tell her that she should be more like her older sister. Due to the constant scolding from her mother and praising towards her sister, Connie does not get along with them. The only thing she is thankful for is the fact that she is able to go out with friends and meet boys since her sister goes out also.
The 90s classic, “Clueless” is a movie about a teenage girl, Cher Horowitz, who is popular, pretty, caring, wealthy, and an air head. Cher lives in a Beverly Hills mansion and is envied by many at her Los Angeles high school. She is best friends with a girl named Dionne Davenport, who is also wealthy and well liked at their school. Both of the girls are passionate about shopping, and enjoy spending money from their parents. Cher’s mom passed away from an accident during her liposuction, when she was just a child; so, the majority of her spending money comes from her lawyer father.
Here are the main differences between the cinematic Walls family, and the one that Jeannette Walls initially told us about in her memoir. Unlike Grandma Walls, who the kids referred to as a “witch” and a “pervert”, Walls loved Rose Mary’s mother. Walls spoke fondly of her white house with green shutters in Phoenix and how much she loved staying there when they had nowhere else to go. In the
while she was in the tournament. In the text it said, “She beat her first opponent easily, and felt sorry for the girl because she didn’t have anyone to cheer for her. Lupe invited the girl, whose name was Rachel, to stay with them.” This illustrates a great act of kindness. Lupe was rewarded with a new friend by the end of the story because she reached out. When Lupe was nervous about facing the girl in finals, Rachel encouraged her that she could do it.
Each daughter thinks she is not even comparable to her mother, but they soon realize that that is not the case. The daughters also feel that they can never make their mothers proud of them because they are always criticizing everything they do.Waverly Jong told her a friend, “‘You don’t know my mother, she never thinks anybody is good enough for anything.’”(Tan 167). Waverly Jong stopped playing piano because she was tired of her mom showing her off when she did well, but cutting her down when she was perfect enough. (Tan 170-172). The mothers are actually very proud of their daughters, though, they just want them to strive for excellence.
In A Visit from the Goon Squad, Lulu exemplifies maturity at the young age of nine. Lulu’s mother, Dolly, is a publicist that fell from fame and spent time in jail; the reality of having both an absentee mother and an absentee father forced her to grow up quickly, “Overhearing her daughter on the phone with her friends, Dolly was awed by her authority: she was stern when she needed
Dolores Huerta was born in the early 30’s to her compassionate mother, Alicia, who helped low-wage workers by accommodating them at her hotel for free. Alicia, a role model to her daughter, inspired Dolores to help others as well. Despite excelling in school and extracurricular activities, Dolores faced racism in her Californian school, and was once even accused of plagiarism by a teacher who believed Dolores was incapable because she was Hispanic. As stated by the writers of the Dolores Huerta Foundation, she began a career as a teacher which was soon cut short because she could not bear seeing children in terrible economic conditions on a daily basis. Angered, she began a life of activism.
“The Painted Girls” and “The Ballet Shoes”; both tales of families, lost in their own worlds and striving for a better life. Through the novel “The Painted Girls” multiple themes were shown that closely resemble a 1936 story called “The Ballet Shoes”. Both show similar themes and characteristics such as the lack of money and the lengths to go for it, the struggles of neglecting parents and the heart warming theme of family, shown through each of the daughters who learn that they can only rely on each other. In “The Ballet Shoes”, the youngest of the 3 daughters, Posy, had slowly become self absorbed and overly inconsiderate toward her family though the story. She had been taught ballet with her 2 other sisters at the age of 6 by the dance
In Mother Hulda two sisters handle the same obstacles differently and are rewarded or punished accordingly. The always good, kind and diligent (and of course pretty) sister accidentally enter 's Hulda 's realm, where she completes the tasks she is given without question, and is later directly rewarded by Hulda. The always bad, unkind and lazy sister enters Hulda 's world on purpose after witnessing her sister 's success. She, on the other hand, performs her duties only half-heartedly or not all, which leads to Hulda punishing her with being covered in pitch for life. End of story.
Her instructor there, Cindy Bradley, was also amazed. She could put Misty into any position and she could do it with ease. After dancing at the Boys and Girls Club, Sylvia divorced and remarried again. The Copelands moved to a house that was thirteen miles away from the studio. Her mother told her that she “had to quit dance” because she couldn’t keep coming home late at night.
Karen was alone except for her friends and family she was alone but this did not affect her she was a strong women who could care for herself, well also taking care of others. Karen volunteered in many different things like charities and helping the sick and for her job she kept running Fast Copy before Mitch and Karen both decided to sell Fast Copy so that they didn’t both need to take care of it. As Karen got old her children started having kids and she would help her community take care of others, help people. And then she got a text from her child Robyn telling her over text, Carter has to do a interview on someone 's story I that you would be great. Leading us to now were I am sitting in my room typing this and she’s happy and
Soon, Katelyn and Alyana moved in together, which made it easier for all of us to spend time together. At Bailey’s 12th birthday party, her best friends showed up. That night they all had the bright idea to go tee-pee Bailey’s father’s close friend, (Jeff Hughes), that was teasing the girls. Bailey’s mother drove them to the store, while the girls bought about 20 rolls of the cheapest toilet paper they could find. After they bought the toilet paper, the girls went to Jeff’s house.
While in Prison, Hester is all alone and depressed. Her only form of comfort is her daughter, Pearl. Once free from jail, Hester and Pearl move into a dark and isolated cabin. Pearl brings light into the “darksome cottage” through her “radiance” and “splendor of [her] proper beauty”. The use of juxtaposition to contrast Pearl’s grace to the cottage’s depressing nature expresses Pearl’s presence as happy and bright, giving Hester the strength to continue living with optimism for a better future.
Nessarose and I Nessarose is the Wicked Witch of the East. Nessa and her sister Elphaba have a very sisterly relationship.The way Nessa is taken care of by her sister,gets embarrassed by her family and is daddy’s angel proves Nessa from “Wicked” by Stephen Schwartz and myself are similar and different. Sometimes family can be embarrassing. This can be seen when Nessa is embarrassed by her sister Elphaba. “Nessarose’s wheelchair is torn from Morribles hands and begins to wheel itself back to Elphaba.