She had some facts that really didn't support her because there were no numbers. But her strong words and essay flow made it clearer that she knew what she was writing about. This is something that everyone should take seriously and not accuse women of
The examples she gives is things that the citizens know, but do nothing about. Because the citizens do nothing about it, Anthony says that the discussion of women's rights is important because she doesn't want women`s rights to be disregarded as these have. By saying it is important, people will pay more attention. Anthony uses a bit hostility and aggression as she expresses herself because she wants to emphasize the importance of this
Despite being an outcast in a classroom setting, Estrella was still determined to learn new things and showed no indication that she was uncomfortable in such a setting that might hinder her learning performance. When it “never occurred to her that she was dirty” because of claim of her mother’s seemingly sanitary care of her, she reveals that the new culture she is in contrasts where she came from. This
Lily reflects upon her decisions and realizes that she was the one wrong and that nothing is worth losing a friendship that is this special. Life is not predestined. Life is based upon the choices we make, who we interact with, and how we react to things. It is never too late to redirect our lives onto the right path, the hardest part is admitting when you’re
Lastly, Sarny was unbroken, she learned to tolerate people, and she had the characteristic of understanding. In the novel the author states, “We each live in our own times...best we can”(p.92). Sarny believed that life will not always be fine, but the only we can to is to accept our time and live the best as we could. This shows that Sarny has tolerance to trouble, and the world’s evil. She understands that Miss Laura and herself have different lifestyles, different classes.
She doesn't want to worry about things that happened in the past, and just wants to live life as it is, like how the weasels live their life. The author teaches us that paying attention and caring for other things than just ourselves, can change our perspective on things and maybe even our life and entire way of
Cosette relies solely on Valjean because he was the person who took care of her pleasantly when no one else would. As a result, Cosette listens to everything Valjean tells her and she respects him as a person. Although Valjean did it out of love, he greatly hindered Cosette by locking her away from society, but he also aided her in her adult years because she knew not to take advantage of what she has and to always be
Her strict rules, though a reflection of the broken institution’s methods, serve to maintain order in the most efficient way possible as she believes “its best to stick to our daily routine” (Kesey 92). She acts in an extreme fashion for two reasons, because she must follow the policy of the institution and because she works with patients who possess mental illnesses and have an unpredictable nature. She continues to justify her means of order by saying, “Please understand: We do not impose certain rules and restrictions on you without a great deal of thought about their therapeutic value,” later elaborating that “it is entirely for your own good that we enforce discipline and order” (Kesey 155). She uses her care for her patients as the main justification of her methods of treatment, showing that she puts their improvement above all other concerns. By wishing the ultimate best for her patients, She shows that she does not wish to harm them or degrade them directly like an antagonist would.
This would be further reinforced when she goes into details about the effects of the migraine, which the reader could also relate to. When Didion then states that there is “nothing wrong with [her] at all”, she could word it to be a warning to the reader. By adding “and there won’t be anything wrong with you, either” would cause her to be speaking directly to the reader, comforting them that although the doctors may not find something wrong, there actually is a problem. She then describes how she continued her life, “ignor[ing] the warnings it sent”, instead of trying to fix the problem. While she presents this example as one that can be learned from, she could still present it in a more direct way to this new audience.
Molly’s values, norms and beliefs are clearly evident throughout the novel as portrayed through her interactions and ultimately act as the fundamental determinants in her life direction. Molly encompasses and take pride in maintaining values surrounding honesty and having fun and doing what she wants. During Molly’s conversation with Dean Marne concerning her relationship with Faye Raider, Molly’s mindset of pursuing happiness through doing what she wants is illustrated, “’Don’t you find that to be somewhat of an aberration? Doesn’t this disturb you my dear? After all, it’s not normal’ ‘I know its not normal for people in this world to be happy, and I’m happy” (113).