Courage is resistance to the fear that surrounds you. Throughout the book Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry, Mildred D. Taylor, uses Cassie Logan as a character that displays courage and stands up for what she believes in no what challenges come her way. Cassie reveals her courage by standing up for Little Man, and saying that she´ll hurt whoever hurt Papa, and standing up to Mr. Barnett. Cassie is a smart, sassy and outspoken girl, her personalities help her achieve her convictions. Would you ever stand up for your brother or sister even if you knew that you would get in trouble?
Courage is having strength in the face of pain or grief. In the book called Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry, Mildred Taylor did a great job showing how Cassie Logan has courage and that she can stand up for what is right. Cassie showed courage when she was in Strawberry, going up against Lillian Jean Simms (her enemy), and helping TJ even though her was really mean and rude to her.Cassie Logan was a southern girl who lived in Mississippi. She didn 't like being told what to do and she would stand up for what was right. Cassie loved her family and the land they lived on.
Melba also stood up for what she believed in and she responded to conflict. Melba was mostly careful not to put herself in bad positions where she could get hurt, but that was not always the outcome. The whites never stopped wanting to fight, bully, attack, or be racist towards her. Melba was put down all of the time, but she never let that put her emotions down, she fought back. Melba decided to go to Central High School where all of the whites went.
If you want a story about a girl doing something she doesn’t really want to do, then both of their stories are good choices. But if you want one that shows a rebellious girl living a life she didn’t really want but never could have dreamed of, read America’s story. On the other hand, I f you want a story about a self-centered girl learning her place in the world and trying to do right by everyone, read Eadlyn’s story. Whatever you prefer, America and Eadlyn both have great stories worth
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee touches on some significant subjects, which still arise evidently in today’s problems. Furthermore, a gender-biased world includes one of the prominent themes running throughout the book and Harper Lee brilliantly explores this controversial topic without a noticeably heavy tone. Lee introduces the main narrator and character, Scout Finch, as a young girl in a tight-knit family living in the sleepy town of Maycomb where her family begins to struggle with injustice looming above, ready to dampen their spirits. Though their father Atticus keeps their family strong, it does not stop inequity to rear its ugly face to show no mercy at all. As Scout matures, she often gets berated about her tomboyish attitude and her liking to the company of men instead of women, as well as her brother making conflicting comments by using her gender against her.
Cecilia neglects the fact that she suffers from this, but throughout the book, it’s very obvious that she suffers from some minor effects of OCD. “Normally I can’t leave the house unless everything is perfect. I know I’m ridiculous.” Page 203. This quote is significant because it shows how much she suffers from OCD and the fact that she laughs it off by saying she’s ridiculous, seems as if she’s denying the fact that she suffers from any disorder. Her OCD also relates to how she lives her life because reading the book, some parts showed that she tried to maintain the ‘perfect’ personality such as in areas like her daughter’s school by being a leader for the parent teacher meetings and organizing everything by
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Her choices and priorities in life are changed because of this growth. In her childhood, she is introduced as kind, rebellious and fearless child. This rebelliousness is continued through her adolescence. She chooses not to follow the southern community standard of a lady and she decides to rake her own road. She does not stop her obsess with relationships even though she knows how much it is unacceptable in the Southern community and that proves her liberal free mind.