She accepts both. In conclusion, Beneatha Younger is truly a woman like no other. She is fully aware of the obstacles ahead of her, but she continues to pursue her dreams in spite of them. She frequently goes against the status quo, much to the chagrin of her family. To her, making something of her life is more important than living up to the rigid, unforgiving expectations set up for women by society.
She is urging women to be wives, but not at the loss of all else. Just as a woman can be a daughter and still have an identity, so a woman must be a wife with her identity in tact. The last role Wollstonecraft gives is a mother. This is a high calling on the life of a woman, with many things intertwined. As a mother, a woman is expected to raise up and educate her children, teaching them how to behave in society.
Virginia Wolf once said, “Growing up is losing some illusions in order to acquire others.” In other words, changing your perspectives is a fundamental aspect to gaining maturity and a sense of self. Good morning teachers and students. If I were to tell you that one tiny attitude adjustment could transform your world what would you do? Kate Woods’s film Looking for Alibrandi and Gwen Harwood’s poem The Glass Jar both explore this attitude adjustment through the value of changing your perspective. Their protagonists’ overcome a catastrophic event in order to advance through personal growth.
By learning from Alicia’s desire to work hard at what she wants help make Esperanza’s personality by helping her to never stop trying to complete what might be hard now but will all make sense at the end and progress even farther. That is why I pick Alicia as a role model that helped shaped her
Someone said, “There are things in life we do not want to happen but have to accept; Things we do not want to know but have to learn, and people can not live without but have to let go”. Wanting Mor is a book about the main character names Jameela, a girl who lived with her family in Afghanistan during the war. After her mom passed away, she had to face a lot of changes, challenges and overcame all by herself. Jameela wants to live her beautiful life with things that she wants to happen but it’s impossible. Life usually surprises Jameela with a lot of different challenges, they may not be something Jameela wants to happen but they are surely parts of her life.
Through the story, Rose never lost her admirable characteristics that so many strive to have, even when she went through trials. Though it could not have been easy to go through the things she went through, Rose kept her head up, had strength, and was able to make it through hard times. Rose’s prominent character shows an immense amount of strength, by being mothering, devoted, and selfless, even in the midst of trials and tribulations. Throughout Fences the audiences sees Rose’s sweet, gentle, mothering side. She is always willing to feed others, even when it would mean more work on her part.
She was beautiful young lady, which helped her fit in with other children’s families. She was pretty much always with these families, who provided her with food, shelter, and comfort. As a result of this, she never really got experience certain events because she was constantly living in a state of security. She had always relied on others to get by, which really hurt her in the long run. Towards the end of the memoir, when her family moved to New York for a better chance at life, Maureen fell victim to distraction.
Because of her functions as a protagonist in the novel, they stayed together through the rough times. Since she was able to stand up against many of the men in her life, be in charge of making the families decisions of where and when to leave a certain area, and her overall love and protectiveness of her family, she caused her family to survive through whatever California threw at them. Throughout the novel, many tried to discourage the Joads to turn back because there was no good opportunity, but because Ma Joad became a more independent and strong person, she kept her family strong through the difficult times from finding jobs to Rose of Sharon's birth. Ma was a big reason the Joads were able to not only reach California but also stay together as a family despite the few losses along the way. Even though she wasn't the protagonist in the entire novel, she should still become an important aspect in the joads
Throughout Romeo and Juliet, the Nurse and Friar Laurence play very comparable roles, as being mentors for the two “star-crossed” lovers, and always being their plan for advise. These two young lovers are put through a relationship that they both end up destined to take their lives. From raising these children since they were young, they were always beneficial to the characters at that moment, but in the end, they did not certainly help at all. The continual feud between the Capulets and the Montagues was always a distraction for the families and their everyday behavior, and the only choice for Romeo and Juliet was to go to these mentor figures for help and endless love. Although, the advice they give throughout the play leaves a negative effect on them, and has the two both ending their lives, because of each other.
The Glass Castle is a memoir based on the life and family of Jeanette Walls. Short on food and money, the family travels quite frequently to resettle and regain their lives. Based on her point of view, Jeanette maintains a steady heart while dealing with her dysfunctional family’s issues. The parents fail to provide for their children adequately due to their own personal problems, and because of that, Jeannette learns how to fend for and take care of herself. As Jeanette grows older, she realizes the truth and realities in her life, and she eventually takes off to New York to become the independent woman she has strived to be.