A final reason why the Puritains would protest the novel Fat Angie is due to sinful acts of the characters. The Puritians wouldn’t like there being homosexuality in this. Angie and KC Romance have a thing together. They also wouldn’t approve of obesity.
It makes no difference who is doing the discrimination and who is being discriminated against it is wrong. Discrimination is mean and makes people feel bad. It could be Scout’s opinion of Walter and his family or Aunt Alexandra’s opinion of how Scout should be, because she is a girl. Just as discrimination took place in the novel, “ To Kill a Mockingbird” , it exists in our society today. We still look down on people because of their habits and their finances.
She couldn’t comprehend that a black man wouldn’t want to kiss a white woman. So when Tom couldn’t respond the way desired, she took it out on him. She completely ignored his will for her own sake, making her villainous. Also, the jurors are villains because they hand over the case to Mayella because she is white and Tom is black.
Many people believe that The Pigman should not be taught in schools because it contains bad role models and inappropriate content not suitable for young teenagers. They claim that John and Lorraine are poor role models because they made a bad choice and lied to Mr. Pignati in order to get money from him. Although they did lie to him at first, John and Lorraine eventually tell Mr. Pignati the truth about who they really were. They both realized that they had made a mistake that they needed to fix. Students will learn to do the right thing even if they do not feel like they should.
It shows new generation how African-Americans were treated so poorly and how they were thought of too. They were thought of as uneducated and stupid and they also didn’t have the right to any social, economic, or political rights because of this. If the N-word wasn’t in this book or if it was ever removed it wouldn’t actually display how African-Americans were seen or treated. Other races were always thought to be better simply because of the society. In the book Huck plays a trick on Jim but later starts to regret it because he has started to see Jim as more than just a “nigger” but as a friend.
Because of the body size and skin colour of Michael Oher, the schoolmate was boycott him and do not make friend with him. Not only the schoolmates, the friends of Leigh Anne also question and jeer her because she treats Michael as her children. In this few scenario, it can reflect that society nowadays was not as easy as what we think about. Even your appearance and the physical surface, there also will happened a discrimination. However, when you try to perceive yourself in a positive way, hold your true personality, treat other better at least do not harm other and hold your major goals of your life, there will not form an obstacle to block your way toward success.
However, people notice the relationship and started hating both of them because of what they have been doing together. They thought Leo was odd and crazy for dating a crazy girl that people thought was a fake. Even though they had an ordinary relationship like the rest of the high school kids this relationship stood out the most. Additionally, Leo starts to dislike Stargirl decisions and starts to forget about Stargirl. He ignores her when she walks by, doesn't talk to her at lunch or after school.
Upon further reflection, I started hating the Nazis more and saw how unscrupulous they were to the Jews. Also, this affected Bruno and Shmuel a lot too, because now they won 't ever become friends and now they see how just unfair this is. And now the kids have to deal with the same problem, which is not right because the kids didn 't even do anything. For example, when Bruno asked his older sister Gretel why he can 't go to the other side of the fence, and why they had to be kept away from us, and this is her reply, “The fence is there to stop them from coming over here… We’re the opposite, so the different live on this side of the fence and the Jews live on that.” Bruno now understands more clearly why he can 't go to the other aspect of the wall and why they are separated, which makes a big impact on him because he now knows that Shmuel and Bruno aren 't meant to be
Focusing more on the white people protracted in the movie, they seemed to be very aggressive. This was because society was brainwashing them into believed that they had some higher power over the black people just for the difference of the skin colour which made all “their power” run to their head. Now from the slaves’ point of view, they seemed to feel infer and many of them didn’t understand why God was putting in a life that they didn’t deserve. Many of the men, women, and children that were all separated from each other became depressed. This is obviously very normal since they are being stripped away from their loved to be sold like an item to people who think they have more power over them for having lighter skin colour.
“So there has been a Deviation; and deviation, any deviation from the true image is blasphemy - no less. You have produced a defilement.” Due to the laws, people had to report to the governor if they see anyone or anything is deviation, so in Waknuk, discrimination is always happening.(Wyndham 72). Likely, this also shown the principles in Waknuk have blinded the people terribly, people always think it is the punishment from God toward them but actually it is not. People in Waknuk are punished each other as well as from the belief spills of the “Old People” have left, however, these principles made the Waknuk society fall.
George Bernard Shaw claims, “Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything” (Goodreads). These words take meaning in two comparable stories. In the first story, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, there is the main character Scout Finch. She is a young girl subjected to life changing influences. She ends up wanting to change how her hometown, Maycomb, views others.