Sal had a lot of relationships during the story,as a result, Sal got impacted and changed a lot by the relationships with Gram and Gramps and Mrs. Partridge. Relationships impact and mold who you are, and in the story Walk Two Moons, the relationships that Sal had slowly guided her to the acceptance of her mother’s death. Sharon Creech’s goal or motive in choosing the theme was to evoke feeling in the message, relationships can impact or change a person, was to show that this can relate to everyone, they can also mold who you are. For example, Phoebe a main character in Walk Two Moons helped mold Sal into acceptance, because when Sal saw the same thing happen to Phoebe. She then realized that the things her mother did were not because of her, it was because like Sal says in this quote,”For the first time, it occurred to me that my mother’s leaving had nothing whatsoever to do with me.
Fa Mu Lan “inspired [her] army, and [she] fed them” (Kingston 37). However, Kingston also reveal that the warrior woman encounters her husband and they have a child. The story envelops society’s ideals of women as homemakers and Kingston’s ideals of women as strong, independent people of society. Although the author states “There are at least two reasons for Kingston to dislike the story of Fa Mu Lan” (Lee 96), it seems that Kingston personally relates to the story. Fa Mu Lan has words of revenge carved onto her back as an expression and reminder of her cause and the devastation of her village.
“I admit to what I did, brother,” Mariam said, “But, if I hadn’t, he would have killed her. He was strangling her” (P365). This shows that Mariam is willing to take responsibility for her action she knew that there would be conscious, but she also knew that what she did was to save Laila and her children. Mariam’s actions would lead to this moment, “Kneel here, hamshira. And look down.” One last time, Mariam did as she was told.” (371).
An example of indirect characterization would include “...Know yourself. Love yourself. Be a good friend. Be a kind of hope and substance…” This doesn’t exactly tell you about Mim, but it explains what she aspires to be. She wants to be a wise young lady, which the author doesn’t come right out and say it, but he implies that those are her goals.
People who made a sacrifice in The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins are all willing to risk their life to save someone else’s life. For example, when Katniss volunteers for her sister Prim, when she covers Rue in flowers when she dies, when Peeta and Katniss sacrifice each other by deciding
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and Divergent by Veronica Roth are both novels that took place in a dystopian society. Both of these novels had a young female as the main protagonist (Beatrice/Tris Prior in Divergent and Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games). Both of the protagonists wanted to better theirs and their families’ lives, but in order to do so, they must make some difficult decisions and push themselves to their limits. In The Hunger Games, the United States has been divided up into 12 Districts, each obedient to the Captiol and forced to pay for a failed rebellion that wiped out a 13th district. The Hunger Games are the government’s way of keeping the population in check by making two children from each District fight to
One book that helped me understand issues in everyday life is The Hunger Games. This Book is mainly about a girl that volunteers for her sister in a death game. The Hunger Games is A death game that determines many things for each district. This book helped me understand many things in life. One of which is what could happen If the government got to powerful.
Kate’s motherly and concerned attributes gave her the ability and strength to support her daughter. She felt sorry and wanted the best for Helen, and Kate would have done anything to protect her. In the story, Kate wanted to call a doctor to help Helen, but Captain Keller disagreed. Keller’s line reads, “I’ve stopped believing in wonders… Katie. How many times can you let them break your heart?” In reply, Kate says, “Any number of times” (Gibson 497).
In the relationship Luo pays a very dominant role. The passage from pages ---/---shows an important moment in their relationship. The Seamstress is desperate to please Luo because she feels as though she owes him for the experience her provides her with. Luo shows the Seamstress a good
In The Princess Bride by William Goldman, Wesley tries to save Buttercup first from her captors and then her husband. He does this after supposedly dying because he believes he loves Buttercup and wants to make sure she lives. Both loyalty and endurance are very evident and important to the story and character development. These qualities are responsible for many scenarios and traits throughout the story and characters. Endurance is one of the most importants traits in The Princess Bride.