My Connection: Virgina previously said that it would be impossible for a woman to write the plays of shakespeare in the age of Shakespeare, so now she builds on that by describing to us why it was so impossible, through Judith’s story. As she tells us Judith’s story we begin to get an insight on the things that made it impossible. Textual Quotation and Technique (3): “How, then, could it have been born among women whose work began, according to Professor Trevelyan, almost before they were out of the nursery, who were forced to it by their parents and held to it by all the power of law and custom?” This is a rhetorical strategy because Virginia is asking the reader a rhetorical question.
Patrick still endured in the movement for liberty, nonetheless. He, as Sam Adam in Massachusetts did, was effective in creating an insurgency. In February 1775, Sarah died, and a month later, March 20, the Virginia Assembly called the second Revolutionary Convention. Initially, Patrick remained silent: it was not until March 23 when he began to speak.
Unlike much of Europe during that time, Aquitaine gave many rights to women. Women in Aquitaine could inherit land and rule over it by themselves, something that would later be important in Eleanor’s life. Being her father’s oldest child, Eleanor was severely spoiled and was taught to read and write. Once she was 14, her father decided to go on a pilgrimage, so he had all of his vassals swear homage to Eleanor as the heiress of Poitou, Aquitaine, and Gascony and made Eleanor a ward of the King of France, Louis VI. William died during his pilgrimage and not long afterwards, Eleanor married the prince of France, Louis, in 1137.
He got accepted by Harvard College in 1751 at fifteen years of age, where he learns the study of law and later on starts his career as a lawyer. His early political career consists of him being known for his skills of a lawyer. Once his practice started to grow he started to court Abigail Smith, they fell in love and got married in 1764. They had five children under the names of Abigail Adams, John Quincy Adams, Charles Adams, Thomas Adams, and Elizabeth Adams. They had one more daughter under the name of Susanna Adams but she died at 1 years of age that no one really is sure of.
Did you know that Joan of Arc, Harriet Tubman, Malala Yousafzai, and Walt Disney have many things in common? During the thousand year war, the French were being defeated by the English. Joan of Arc was an ordinary female peasant who believed she had been called by God to aid the military. In her era, usually women were not treated as equals to men and let alone she was a peasant.
Liz asked. She feels once she goes to the college no one knows her at and her friends will leave her and never talk to her. Also she feels like she will make a mistake and people will think she is not perfect. Before going to prom Liz and Monica go look for a dress and Monica states, “I really like it”. She is understanding that she can like things on her own and it doesn’t matter what other people think about
Girls in Maycomb are told that if they don't act like a southern belle that they will never be successful, will never marry, and will never be respected. Even young boys thought “that girls always imagined things, that’s why other people hated them” Boys would tell this to girls to make them think that being a girl makes them not as fun or less important, and that all girls acted a certain way and that if you wanted to be a girl you had to act that way. Even other women told young girls like scout to act like a lady Aunt Alexandra said “[Scout] could not possibly hope to be a lady if she wore breeches.” Scout then said she “could do nothing in a dress”.
this conversation are unknown.” Because of this experience, Charles VII had great confidence in Joan and obliged to her wishes (“Joan of Arc” Web). On Joan of Arc’ first mission, she met the Bastard, Dunois, but it was not a pleasant encounter. Dunois doubted the strength of Joan and her army, and he tricked Joan into going to the south side of the Loire, whereas the English were encamped on the north side.
This however working to her own advantage, in 1444 it was agreed upon that Margaret should marry King Henry VI as part of the Treaty of Tours between England and France. She married King Henry VI on April 23rd and was coronated Queen consort on May 30th, 1445. At the time Henry 's mental condition was already unstable. By 1453 after the birth of his son, he had suffered from a complete mental breakdown.
This novel was based more on realistic facts, but was the least successful of work career work. In 1853 Charlotte finished the work on Villette. This novel of hers was gothic; related to a Teacher in the country of France. For her work on villette , she took trips to London,where she met many other successful authors. Some of the authors she came across were William Makepeace thackeray and Elizabeth Gaskell, who would become Bronte’s biographer.
I thought they should have added her in to the Movie she was a big part in the book and I think would have made the movie better. Another thing Martha’s mother helped with is keep the garden a secret and make sure no one else new that Colin could walk and run. Towards the end of the book Martha’s mother sent a note to Mr. Craven to tell him that he needed to come back. In the end of the movie Mary, Colin, and Dickon did a fire ritual, to give Mr. Craven a dream to come back to Misselthwaite Manor.
Many speeches were given to help them gain their right. Susan B. Anthony gave speeches so that it would help them gain the support they needed for their journey. She did this to prove to women that they were not going to be taken seriously unless they prove that they can, which was getting that right for them. In 1872 Susan started doing things by herself. She went to vote illegally for the presidential election
The shine a huge impact for women who was afraid to stick up to the man. They created things in a nonviolent way. Talking about their feelings and changing the mind of little girls that they cant be the president of the United States. In the eight slide, It create a feeling of lonesome of women who gave their very best to try to be enlist into the army. They never thought that women should risk their lives and fight for a country.
As the Great War continues to expand in the novel, War Horse, Emilie has so many complex and difficult points in her life as the war rages on. As the war grows drastically, Emilie’s emotions strive to put up with the war’s dread. Though the war wiped most of Emilie’s family, the only person with her is her grandfather, and while not having great luck, she chooses to remain hopeful and optimistic. When it was time for her demise, her optimism showed when she somehow knew her grandfather would find Joey. As she hopes for the survival of her and her grandfather during the war, Emilie also wants Joey and Topthorn to be safe.
Henry VIII could be stamped as one of the biggest Protestant Reformation participants. Becoming the first absolute monarch and the first to change Catholicism was a big deal. Was that the smartest idea? From my own perspective I don't think so. Do you?