I Escape A Violent Gang Analysis

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In the stories, Susan B. Anthony Dares To Vote! and I Escaped A Violent Gang both stories share the same theme of courage in different ways. Both characters in the story both have courage. In Susan B. Anthony Dares to Vote she tries to help women have the right to vote even though there's a chance she could go to jail. In the story, I Escaped A Violent Gang, Anna had the courage to leave the gang and risk her life. While they both share the same theme of courage they are also different. While both of these stories share a common theme, the attitudes of the characters are different. The story I Escaped A Violent Gang, her attitude in the story is not confident. Where in the story Susan B. Anthony Dares To Vote, she is very confident and outspoken. In the informational short story, Susan B. Anthony Dares To Vote, the author shows us that we should always be courageous. In…show more content…
Susan was the leader of the Women’s Rights Movement, Susan spoke her mind and always fought for what was right. In the text it says, "May it please your honor," Anthony replied. "I shall never pay a dollar of your unjust penalty. And I shall earnestly and persistently continue to urge all women... that resistance to tyranny is obedience to God." This shows courage because she stood up to the judge despite the fact that the judge was not a fan with Susan and he was very upset with her, she still spoke her mind and told the judge how she was feeling. In the middle of the story, right before the judge is about to sentence Susan the judge asked her if she had anything to say. Susan was glad the judge asked her this because Susan told the judge what she had been waiting to tell him. In the text, it said, "Yes, your honor," she said. "I have many things to say. In your ordered verdict of guilty, you have trampled
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