We also do not wake up everyday and know that the day is gonna be bad just because of something that occurred in the past. Hester had to deal with everyday being a constant fight with society, so she could try and get them to forgive her. She was figuratively at war(Man/Women vs. Society) with herself and the people that surrounded her and were in her society. Hester, to society, literally symbolized someone who was to be resented, to be exiled, and to basically not even be considered a human anymore. Hester not only was exiled in people’s thoughts, people took physical action to show their disgust and hatred towards her.
They should’ve known better...” This shows the fear the men have after being caught by Nurse Ratched. They are scared by her and fear her actions. Another example of this is on pages 4 and 5, is “She’s going to tear the black bastards limb from limb, she’s so furious. She’s swelling up, swells till her back’s splitting out the white uniform
People who change their sexuality are not getting equality. People is lives were jeopardized because they would get abused, their safety wasn’t good for them, adults having trouble at work, they don’t get health care, kids don’t their education that they need, adults can 't start a family of their own, and pursue their goals (“Gender, Sexuality, & Identity"). LGBT people are harassed and discriminated against, an attacked because of their sexuality. Adults gets fired from their jobs and kids were at risk because who they are. People get judged and rejected everywhere they go.
She is oppressed, she is angry because she is not free. When Atticus faced her with this truth and respects her needs of having a better life for herself in the trial scene, she thought he is making fun of her and refused to answer his question, this scene unveil Mayella’s anger, actually by saying that anger has two types positive anger and negative anger, this one can be considered as a negative one. The Ewells know that they were the poorest in the novel, the only thing that gives them value is they are white; they use this to discriminate themselves. Bob Ewell, is Mayella’s father, the villain of the novel and most figures that struts hatred to the African Americans. Bob Ewell has no money, no education, he wants his life to be better, and he pours his anger on whoever is weaker than him.
The colonist was angry and the soldiers panicked as they were surrounded by mobs of angered colonist and the sons of liberty. Looking at the situation on the side of the British soldiers, it was safe to say that they were scared and angry because of the sheer amount of colonist who surrounded them. However, this still does not give them the right to open fire among unarmed civilians without authorization. One could argue that their lives were in danger as they were going to be attacked, but I would argue that there could have been other ways to attempt to fix the situation. On the other hand, looking at the side of the colonist mobbing the soldiers and provoking them by throwing stuff at them was not a wise decision either.
The guards were treating them like they were animals, it was sickening. One of the male students that was experiencing, said that it was either this or another job that he refuses to do. Obedience is complying with someone’s wish or demand of having their own power to not listen to authority. Often in life were faced with a decision whether to obey or disobey. Some people disobey authority because they feel like they’re in a situation to where you’re not in charge of them or just because you do what someone says your this or that.
Taylor Bryans Taylor Bryans represents a character that is “ripping” everything away from Shala. She has become a target, no longer just another student. He is attacking her because he is intolerant of Shala’s religion and may feel intimidated by her. On the other hand, he may be putting on a “tough” act to attract her attention or because he may be jealous of her to an extent. 4.
The signs of this level are that the person tends to argue a lot with customers, vendors, coworkers, and even management. This person refuses to obey the policies that have been set into place, as well as verbalizing wishes to hurt coworkers and/or management (“DOL Workplace Violence Program,” n.d.). A person who is like this might even send threatening notes to their coworkers or their supervisors because they picture themselves as the victim so they feel as if what they are doing is acceptable. Once this has been identified as how the person is acting then 911 might need to be called if the person is threatening employees and managers, especially if people feel as if their lives are at risk. A supervisor of some sort should be called immediately to assess the situation and then if it is needed they will call others when necessary.
He is also imbued with fear of retribution because he fears being executed for the murder he committed so earnestly that he becomes as a weeping child. [This might present a bit of an inexplicable paradox between being brazenly brutal and yet tremblingly fearful if Stevenson had not introduced the duality of viciousness and fear in the incident with the little girl in the street.] Those who have seen Hyde assert that they feel a deformity to his person or nature though they can 't define a physical cause for it. Hyde inspires a raging feeling in people who have to deal with him for any reason. It 's a point of debate as to whether Stevenson is suggesting by this reaction that a Hyde-like duality lurks just below the surface of everyone 's character or whether he is suggesting that Hyde 's inhumanity inspires humanely protective rage in those who possess humanity.
Ten years after the defeat at Marathon, Darius’ son, Xerxes, launched a second invasion of Greece. The invasion had about 200,000 soldiers. The relatively small Greek force led by the Spartan king. ★★Leonidas numbers only 7,000 soldiers including 300 Spartans. ★
The other rhetorical devices Tan used was narrative, illustration, casual analysis, and argumentation. Narrative was effective because she told her own story and used dialogue. Illustration was effective because she provided personal experience. Casual analysis was effective because she explained how some people don't understand or ignore what her mother says. Argumentation was effective for when Amy's mother
In this passage on “The Black Veil”Nathanial,Howthrone style of text was more effective than the “Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God. By Jonathan Edwards because Mr.Hooper seemed to always be getting judge because of the “piece of crape he was wearing around,and in the church” house. Mr Hooper had a style of text as of a preacher that was not so mean to others but he was not a well outspoken preacher. On the other hand I disagree with the “Sinners In The Hand Of An Angry God because when he talks towards others he is really serious about the words that he is saying and it is very frightning to others. Joaanthan edwards had stated in the text “