Most of women are the same situation as her. She hopes she can be liberated from role mother and wife. She feels her life is hopeless and bored under current environment, and she hopes she are real freedom on one day. She wants to have own independent personality instead of her husband and baby‘s vassal. This case just like a prime minster said “she does not want to wash cups to die.” She just wants to change it.
However, Johnny Taylor and the world outside Logan offers freedom, happiness, and adventure. The message to the reader is that Janie is doing what others want to make them happy instead of doing what is best for her. Janie goes through with the marriage and soon becomes confused and unhappy. She expresses her confusion to nanny as she states, “‘cause you told me ah mus gointer love him, and, and ah don 't. Maybe if somebody was to tell me how, ah could do it’” (23).
In the beginning of the book Manju wants to make her mom mad, like most teenagers across the world. She wants to prove her mother wrong and do everything her way. She aspires to be the best person possible, someone who is a role model for many in her slum, but it’s too hard. Jobs that are for good people don’t pay much in Mumbai. She finally must accept working for and with her mother, something younger Manju would hate.
“Women are forced to live on tips are compelled to tolerate inappropriate and degrading behavior from customers, co-workers and managers in order to make a living.” The language in this sentence evokes the feeling of sympathy and anger. The use of “degrading” it gives the impression that the women are “forced” involve themselves in unsavory situations just to make ends meet. This heartily supports the argument because society views women as the mothers of the future, so therefore they would want them to lead good lives to influence their children. It also speaks to the free will of those who are involved in the
“Rappaccini & Aylmer” In the short stories “The Birthmark” and “Rappaccini’s Daughter”, failed attempts to gain perfection are a frequent subject. They both have male protagonist who have fascinations to recreate a woman into their own view of perfection. Yet at the end the women are completely destroyed. The two stories teach a moral lesson. That moral lesson is to accept things the way they are and value them, people should be satisfied with what they are given by nature, not try to change anything because trying to change things to the way we would like them to be, can often destroy them.
The message in the video also supports that regardless of how Swift is la-beled is doesn’t impact or influence her and she shows she has the power to be resilient and let it go. Taylor gives feminist courage to continue to focus on the image they have of themselves and that is what is most important - don’t let others impact or discourage who you are. A feminist may be challenged by Swift’s beauty or gorgeous gowns as still today many view that feminists are ugly and conservative as referenced by Leonard Pitt’s article: “I am feminist” in the Pittsburg Post. He eludes that many do not realize they are a feminist and may say “I’m not a feminist, but…” This likely relates with many who watch Swift’s video with an anti-feminist view think-ing she is beautiful, dressing to attract her handsome man and living a fairy tale romance. But, they would then say look at the power and control she
Esperanza life goes through puberty and sexually matures during the book. Most of Esperanza’s female friends are abused by their father or husbands, so she wants to escape a male-dominated society but at the same time she has to deal with her emerging sexuality. Though Esperanza is a young girl with low self-esteem, she is still very optimistic of one day having a house of her own, one she can be proud of. She decides to fight the war against man and be a woman that does not need a man to take care of her. She refuses herself nor or wait for a husband, and this reflected in her leaving the “table like a man, without putting back the chair or picking up the plate” (Cisneros 89).
In conclusion, either way, both women are extremely a selfish human being, especially Abigail because she looks out for own need only. But as for Elizabeth, her character change from being cold to noble and sincere when Elizabeth began to help John Proctor into confessing; telling him to forgive him, and she won’t judge him. Author Miller explains that women can be selfish when it comes to love. Also, it illustrates how a small amount of women’s selfishness can hurt tons of people. All women just want to keep all the love, they don 't like sharing, honestly, whether the choice is right or wrong, it’s what make them happy and feel secure even selfishness kills everyone.
Could Maria’s family have died in a car crash? Could it have been her fault and all because an act of pride? In Gary Soto’s “Growing Up”, Maria acts in pride.A prideful person is someone who wants spend time with the family who she loves but won’t because she wants to be older than she is.Someone like Maria. Maria gets in a fight with her father about not wanting to go to the family vacation because she is too grown up. Using this plot, Gary Soto conveys the theme that people should enjoy the process of growing up, not act older in pride by using symbolism, conflict, and characterization.
The reader notices that an older generation of women have accepted their role in society over the years and silently approve of the male sovereignty by abiding by norms. On the other hand, Ammu represents a more rebellious generation by transgressing social norms of sexuality and breaking the “love laws”, hence providing a resistance to patriarchy. However, despite her quest for freedom and identity, she remains victim of male chauvinism at every stage of her life because of her marginalisation by social institutions of family and marriage, amongst