That takes courage and bravery to know she would willingly suffer just to be addiction free. All the time Jem was reading to her, she probably never heard a single word because she was focused on the clock and craving for morphine. So this is why I think her courageous and brave because she did not take the easy way out, she took the hard way and suffered, but she died a happy person because she achieved her goal to get rid of her addiction before she died. Jem and Scout did not know anything that she was going through they just thought she was some foul and mean person that disrespected their dad. But only understood when Atticus explained what she went through and the pain and
Elizabeth is known for her truthfulness and whenever she lies straight to the face of two judges it sort of causes chaos. While John Proctor is trying to overthrow the court, he admits to his affair with Abigail. The court does not believe John and so he tells the court to have Elizabeth tell them what actually has been happening since she never lies. What throws the whole court off is that whenever they ask her about the incident, she lies. Elizabeth tells them that Proctor never had an affair.
A tragic hero is supposed to realize their flaw and consequences, while suffering a deep pain. She never acknowleges her flaw, she remains self righteous, and never suffers loss by her own doing, because she releases herself from the world through
Steinbeck may have used this language to emphasise the villain in herself. Which tells us that if she had more power she would use it in a negative way. You can also tell that Curley 's Wife is releasing her anger towards Crooks since he is one of the only
Because she let her emotions control her, it resulted in bad decisions and the killing of her own husband. She 's possessive in that way because she didn 't want to accept that Mr. Maloney was going to leave her. Another key point to think about is how she lies. How DOES she lie? Simple, she hides behind her own excuses "¨(as)
And there it is; the thousand pinpricks of a slap on my face.” Here was a turning point in the book, where Antoinette slaps Marie for insisting that Emile is guilty. Antoinette had never hit Marie nor Charlotte before, so at this point in the book, it was very heartbreaking knowing that Antoinette is so blinded by Emile that she would turn against her own family in order to defend him. Marie tried her best to change Antoinette's mind but with no luck until she would discover his guilt on her own accord. When Antoinette does have the realization that Emile was guilty, she knew that she needed to reconcile her relationship with Marie and apologize.
As she was a middle class mom, who was arrested and charged with her husband’s brother, she consciously did not mention her crime because this may divert the attention of readers and they may start focusing on other details that are rather unimportant. Another reason for not discussing her own circumstances may be that it may make the opinion of readers biased towards her. So whether she was innocent or not, but her purpose of writing was to focus on the lives of those women who are forgotten by society as well the policy makers. Erin George made a fair attempt to make higher officials think about improvements in correctional system for women and highlighted the areas which need many improvements and can be improved if higher authorities consider them
Veda was misconceiving to both Mildred and Monte, and as she aged became an opportunist. During the investigation of the murder, she would rather use her mother as a scapegoat, instead of taking the responsibility for her actions. Her mother gave her everything she desired, but still she wanted more. A prime example is when she faked her pregnancy to scam money from her “husband”. Veda was merely concerned about money, and how to obtain more of it.
The reason why she let the bullies win was because she did talk in court when she had the chance. Another reason Ivy was in over her head was because she didn't seem to care. Ivy didn't seem to care about the trial and how Ann, Sophie, and Benita were winning the court battle. Inside Ivy wanted the girls to stop picking on her but it's more of Ivys fault for not standing up for herself.
A woman labeled with various nicknames by her husband may not seem like nothing to an outsider. Two women attempting to locate clues regarding their neighbor and a malicious crime is something that any friend would do. Both stories appear to be nothing out of the ordinary. That is, until these females decide to do what they feel is best and are antagonized for stepping foot in the direction of their choice rather than one that is laid out for them to follow. Nora, Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale are all women that appear as being feeble minded and docile as opposed to the male characters within the plays.
It was the day before Valentine’s Day, and all of the children in the second grade classroom had joyful smiles on their faces. They ran from corner to corner, grabbing supplies for the next day’s decorations. Each person carried a pizza box, awaiting the valentines yet to come, decorated with their name and hearts. Peel and stick letters scattered the floor, and kids zoomed around excited for the coming day. In the corner of the room, next to the numerous shelves full of books, there sat three young girls.
Beatrice and Benedick seem to be like the ideal couple. They both have strong characteristics, but they have much love for each other. Beatrice seems to have a strong attitude and she seems to be the type to receive what she wants. Benedick is the one who knows how to work things out with her. They are both very wise, but stubborn.
Jane Greene once said “I think the greatest gifts we can give each other are the gifts of kindness and communication.” Kindness and communication are two important things in a healthy relationship. In William Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing, Benedick and Beatrice have a healthier relationship than Claudio and Hero because they communicate, they trust each other, and they respect each other. One reason Benedick and Beatrice have a healthier relationship is because they communicate.