She is a peacekeeper, chastiser, and a supporter in her family. It will be interesting to discuss many roles of her, how this affected her relationship with Willy and how Miller develop her personality. One of the most important role of Linda is that she always want to keep the peace in her family relationship. ‘Boys!’ Linda often act as a peacekeeper when other family members are fighting. We can tell that she really want her
I approve of Grace Ann because even though she’s Fran’s little sister, she helps out Fran more than she notices and she’s there ready to defend Fran whenever she needs it. I also approve of Mike Riordan for the reason that Fran decided to tell him the truth about her even though she didn’t know him very well at that time and he was very understanding and caring about the whole situation. Then further into the book, Fran and him know that they are attracted to each other, but Fran kept on pushing him away and he just waited for her to be ready, so he was really patient and it paid off because Fran and him get married and have a daughter. The characters I most disliked are Bobby Benedetto and Patty Bancroft, who helped Fran and Robert leave. I strongly disliked Bobby Benedetto for the reason that he abused Fran and did so much damage to her, also because he’s the reason for a miscarriage and an abortion that Fran had.
Frank improves the quality of life in the annex through his personality. Anne prefers her father over her mother because he frequently supports and takes her side during family arguments. When Anne has a nightmare she calls for her father, which shows how understanding he is (I. iv). Unlike Mrs. Frank, he is not judgmental. Mrs. Frank often criticizes Anne for her actions.
The characters all change and improve their personal self esteem, as when Sachi has learned to love herself and accept the beauty of life and find herself through the actions of Matsu, and the words of Stephen. Matsu has affected Sachi not by what he claimed, but by what he had done; Matsu cared for Sachi and showed empathy and respect where nobody else had, making it all the more valuable, and that gradually assisted Sachi in having hope for herself and for her dignity. Throughout the forty or more years that Sachi had been afflicted with leprosy, she went on that journey of self-actualization, and Matsu helped her through it, through his simple thoughts and actions, as when he came to Sachi’s rescue when she ran away from her own death, when
It captures beautiful preparations for the party, it is tiring, but the end of the result gives all delights. These are beautiful feelings and expectations of the final outcome of major planning.’[..] she loved having to arrange things; she always felt she could do it so much better than anybody else.’ (Clay, 1984: 246) Laura is the one who likes to take all the responsibility. However, she does not feel how her mother and perceptions of society control her. Mrs Sheridan is Laura 's mother who understands the harsh laws of life that is why she sticks to the rules, so that from the side her family would look perfect. It means that she makes people think that they do not argue, they are happy and, most importantly, they are able to support each other and be united.
Shug’s strong mind and independent attitude results in her assuming many roles for Celie. She is her confidant and takes on the maternal role for her. She even stands up to Mr.___ for her, depicting another example of where a character in this novel goes against the traditional patriarchal rules. Her courage to help and stand up for Celie is arguably one of the main influences for Celie’s transformation. She not only teachers Celie to love herself and others, but to realise that she does not have to accept to treatment she is given by men.
She motivates the narrator to impress her which leads him to be disappointed. However, the use of Mangan’s sister as a symbol in “Araby” is more effective than the use of the girls in “A&P” because the narrator in “Araby” has been thinking of and admiring Mangan’s sister throughout his daily activities. It shows that she is important to him and his shyness and helplessness lead him to frustration. When he has a chance to impress her, it makes the readers feel a sense of true affection towards the character because she has been the only person he cares about. In contrast, the narrator in “A&P” has only just met the girls.
In Thank You Ma 'am” by Langston Hughes, Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones showed the golden Rule by bringing Rodger into her home. She showed much hospitality towards him, even though he tried to do something horrible to her. Mrs. Jones could have done something cruel to Roger, but instead she was kind to him. She taught him a valuable life lesson, although she was not mean about it. Following the golden rule in life is very important for everyone, you should always follow this rule, no matter what.
She and her friends have developed their ways to cope with life. One of the lessons Miss Moore has taught the children is to be grateful for what you have. So when Sylvia says “what kinda work they do and how they live and how come we ain’t in on it?” This indicates that she to understand how people acquires wealth and she wants to enjoy the same
As the visit from Desiree’s mother continues, she details in on how her husband, Armand, has changed because of his child and marriage for the better, as he did not punish the slaves or treat anyone with remorse. As a wife, it is indicted that “This was what made the gentle Desiree so happy, for she loved him desperately” (2). The use of tone in this shows how much of a innocent character Desiree is. The change in Armand was enough to make her happy, as she put her life and soul into his. She became happier than she ever was, and lived a good life for some time.
Through her participation in technology, community service, and JSA, Lucy became a more well rounded individual. Lucy has so many wonderful qualities, but the ones that stand out to me are her independence and diligence. Although her parents are very loving, they also travel frequently, leaving Lucy responsible for her meals, laundry, and more. This has taught Lucy the importance of being independent and living in the real world. She realizes and understands how to take care of herself and balance what she needs to do without always having the immediate support of
Lisa Owens’ Personality (Trinity) Assessments Summary Is the information accurate? Why or Why not? According to Lisa, the information from the MBTI, DISC personality profile and Holland code was quite accurate. Lisa indicated that the summary results of the MBTI (INFJ) were rather descriptive of her personality Although Lisa is relationship oriented, her experiences growing up in the foster care system, has resulted to her being mistrustful of others and can be detached, isolated from others when she is emotionally overwhelmed. As for careers, although Lisa has previously worked in service industry, she likes working in areas where she can help others; she is currently working on her nursing degree.
Sarah is not very happy about the situation as she considers this “betrayal”. However, she learns to get along with Lemry and also realizes they share similar values. This makes her happy to finally find an adult that she likes and trust. Ms. Lemry melted Sarah Byrnes’s frozen heart. Now Sarah has learned to trust people and find confidence in
Lastly, knowing the society could help you prosper at being a guardian to your children, friends, and neighbors. Most often, the most important things are the people that we are closest to. You must be aware of your society to get a home and job to provide for your loved ones. It would be difficult to get the necessities and desires without a well paying career and a roof to live under. In conclusion, being a guardian could be on a larger scale or a smaller scale.
The help from those teachers made Sister Sass-Perry’s job a little less stressful because she knew that those teachers saw that the community center was truly helping their students. But she also made the teacher’s lives less stressful because she was giving those children the love and affection that they need in order to thrive in life. While Sister Sass-Perry was growing up, she saw a lot of her family members and friends still have to struggle to make ends meet even while getting assistance from the government. She knew that she had to try to put a stop to people struggling. She went through the city, county, state, and federal level to help improve the lives of low-income families and their children.