This implies that teachers have a special place in a child’s life to improve to the life that they already have by letting a child work on his own because this will give him more progress than helping him more than is needed. This shows that she wants what is best for children. Furthermore, readers can comprehend that Montessori wants what’s best for kids because she elaborates that teachers should “be always ready to share in both the joys and the difficulties which the child experiences.” Montessori explains that adults should be always ready to share in a child’s experiences. This implies that adults need to be patient with children, but always be ready to help them when needed and rejoice with them when they succeed. She also explains that teachers should always be “ready.” This display’s that a teacher should always be there to help each child and that a child should be able to approach her with any need that he has without feeling a resistance to her.
As the first black woman writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature, Toni Morrison makes immeasurable contributions to the contemporary literature, especially black woman literature. Beloved is Toni Morrison 's fifth novel, by which Morrison got Nobel Prize in 1993. This novel is studied from different perspectives by researchers, such as feminism, psychoanalysis, cultural study and so on. Among all the topics，the deformed maternal love is one of the most hotly discussed. I will analyze the causes of the deformed maternal love in Beloved.
When both Jacob Vaark and D'Ortegas agree to settle the debt by selling Minha mãe and her daughter to Jacob Vaark but the boy isn’t going to be sold, Minha mãe begs Vaark to leave her to feed her baby who still needs her and to take her daughter. The landowner accepts her request and takes her daughter “sir saying he will take instead the woman and the girl, not the baby boy and the debt is gone. Minha mãe begs no. Her baby is still at her breast. Take the girl, she says, my daughter, she says” Chap.
Celie and Nettie are real sisters. They love and care for each other. But Celie was always disapproved by her father while Nettie was ‘the gifted one’. She was allowed to continue her education on Celie’s stake. Celie was forcibly withdrawn from basic school education by her father.
The narrator is also very protective of her mother, which can be read as an sign of affection. When other people appear to have bad thoughts about her mother, she becomes protective. “My mother is now diseased, according to the girl’s eyes, and until the moment her mother takes her and the form to the front of the auditorium, the girl never stops looking at my mother. I stare back at her.” (Jones, 30) Even though she knows staring is rude and should not be done, she is willing to break these rules of politeness to protect her mother. The narrator also values her mother’s presence quite a lot.
Moreover, parents should have and teach discipline so they could be consistent and finally, if people want to be good parents, they should help their children to develop their own characters. There are many ways such as teaching how to be independent people and allowing to experience life to children. Therefore, people should be careful these main subjects and they make effort to understand and perform these. In brief, if people pay attention, they can be good parents in
Even though Mrs. Reed promised her deceased husband that she would care for Jane as if she was one of her own children, Mrs. Reed encourages everyone in the house to never hesitate to tell Jane that she is a failure in everything she does. At the young age that Jane is, she should not yet be self conscious of her appearance and concerned about her level of beauty, yet she becomes “humbled by the consciousness of physical inferiority to Eliza, John, and Georgiana Reed” (Bronte 7). The Reed family fits into the stereotype of inner beauty not matching outer beauty; they are extremely rich and beautiful, yet they lack basic levels of compassion.
She discloses from the beginning a big dispute that happened between her and her husband because of the colour of the child, Lula Bride, that is not in her hands and cannot be individually controlled. In God Help the Child, Toni Morrison’s emphasis on colourism creates a strong voice to Sweetness, a woman recounting herself as “light-skinned with good hair, what we call high yellow”. From the very beginning, Sweetness describes her depressed situation expecting the future victimization of her baby. She says, “It didn’t take more than an hour after they pulled her out from between my legs to realize something was wrong. Really wrong.
The author of the personal essay is a single mother. Therefore, use of ethos as a method of persuasion is apparent because Olcott is a mother. When the author tries to outline the challenges of a being a single mother, she is credible and worth listening to, since she is a single mom. Besides, the author uses pathos or emotional appeal to achieve the purpose of the article. An instance where the Olcott uses pathos is the time her neighbor called her informing her that her son had stood up in his crib for the first time.
Lena wanted to use her husband 's insurance money for the children to follow and achieve their dreams. Lena is extremely worried about Walter 's obsession with money and Beneatha 's lack of faith in God. Still, she stays supportive of her children and still loves them unconditionally. Her nurturing personality is symbolized by the way she treats her houseplant. Just like her family, Lena 's plant lacks the necessary resources to flourish.