Abigail’s personality throughout the play was always negative. When she was manipulative she was trying to gain something from someone. For example she tried to get proctor to admit to her that he loved her like she loved him. Abigail was also a bully to many people. She was a bully to everyone in the group that was in the woods.
Esperanza and her family are always moving because they do not have much money, but they finally moved into a house on Mango Street where they “Don’t have to pay rent to anybody, or share the yard with the people downstairs, or be careful not to make too much noise” (703). Although it sounded like a nice place, when a nun from her school saw where Esperanza lived, she said, “You live there?” (703). That made Esperanza feel like nothing and made her realize she needs a real house, one that is really nice. Esperanza wants to change her life and make the best of what she has.
To begin, Rosa has a very aggressive personality. She was narrated by Death as “the woman with the iron fist” (Zusak, 36). She also treated Liesel poorly, yelling at her, making her clean the spit at the doorway and setting strict rules for Liesel. Some could call that discipline, but I think Rosa could have done that in a friendlier manner. Rosa
Dee comes across as arrogant and insensitive, and Mama sees even her admirable qualities as extreme and annoying. Dee was never told no. She was use to getting her way with everyone. But for the first time she was told no, “Dee (Wangero) looked at me with hatred. “You just will not understand.
When their mum told them that they were going to move she simply snapped with her fingers and said no. She seemed to be used to getting her way and didn´t like to be told what to do. Usually when Mason spoke Samantha flipped him off and started to tell her opinion about what they were talking about instead, she always had to show that she was better than Mason Jr and made him stand in her shadow. In one scene she sings a song just to annoy mason and then she throws stuff at him, when their mum comes in Samantha pretend to cry and mason gets into trouble. But even though she seemed to be rude to everyone I don´t think she was, I think she actually was caring deep down.
Hulga wants to leave home and really does not want to come back. She does not have a good relationship with her mother because Hulga is “too smart” for her family which breaks the bond between them. Since Hulga dislikes her mom she changed her name to make her mother even more mad at her. 2. There is something suspicious about Manley Pointer throughout the story.
Dee is a girl who lived with her mom and her sister Maggie, but she wasn’t like them at all, she was different than her sister and her mother. Mama was collecting money to take Dee to school in Augusta. Dee liked to be fashionable, she always wanted nice things. Dee changed allot in the story, she changed after she went to study in school.
Including some incredibly stupid things. If I'm not being a door mat(6th and 7th grade), I'm victimizing myself (7th and 8th grade), or I'm just plain bitchy. I'm always striving for everyone's approval, and I've done questionable things to try and earn it. When it was the popular opinion to do so, I hated Rachel, same for Courtney, Stephanie, Megan, and the like. I don't even know if I even actually hated them, but I always would go on about it, like I was convincing myself.
She might be rigid and stubborn. One always thought how such people could end up together. Rosa was always grumpy and showed love in the strangest way. Putting all those things aside though, you could see through her façade. She always became annoyed for the right reasons and all she wanted was for everyone to be safe.
After this encounter, Elizabeth begins to realize she is in love with Darcy. This revelation was prompted by Lady Catherine’s adamant dislike to the idea of marriage. As adolescents we tend to thrive on people’s disregard/dislike for something we do. This was exactly this case with Elizabeth. In the end, Lady Catherine was the last straw that was pulled to help Elizabeth realize she has found the man right for her, Fitzwilliam
Introduction- Description of artwork (medium used) and themes presented in the artwork As you may know Native American invented the game, lacrosse and one of the most famous players of his time was known as Tul-lock-chish-ko. The artist, George Catlin depicts Tul-lock-chísh-ko, Drinks the Juice of the Stone on oil on a canvas Looking at the 29 x 24 inch portrait, you may be asking “ what are those things in his hands? , Could they be lacrosse sticks?” The Choctaw would play with no armor, no shirts, and no shoes. Tul-lock-chish-ko is adorned with red headdress representing his culture and his strength as a warrior.
The thesis of this review mainly consists of the issue with the school use of Upton Sinclairs’s “The Jungle”. The relevance with the book is that within this review there is a negative critique on how it is described to the students in the classroom. The author of this review, Louise Carroll Wade, argues that teachers have been kind to Sinclair. She explains that this novel was made to “call attention to the plight of Chicago packinghouse workers who had just lost a strike against the Beef Trust”. Also, she express her idea of how scholars have uncritically accepted Upton Sinclair's descriptions of the terrifying working and unsanitary conditions of the Chicago meat packing industry in 'The Jungle”, where in reality it was more skeptical.
Why is gossip so damaging and dangerous? Gossip is idle talk about personal affairs of another person, which is why it’s a terrible way to converse. In The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare, there had been gossip about an elder lady named Hannah Tupper who lived in a cottage by Blackbird Pond. The people of Wethersfield—the place where the action begins—believed that Hannah was a witch. Three characters from the book each responded differently to this piece of gossip.