Even though he was not on the best path, they still support him and be on his side because they believe that he can change. Diaz believes that her brother doesn’t deserve her family support, but family supports each other at any moment in the life. For instance, Diaz state “my phone, come Deshacer a tus padres/Jesus told me to, and Mon Frere”(34-35). The parents still believe that the brother can be different, but Diaz thinks that the brother just wants to separate her family. The family was getting affect by the bother, but they still are there for him.
It would help kids and their parents majorly. In The book "The Bloody Souvenir" by Jack Gantos, Jack did not like to tell the truth and learns that he should be honest because the conflict will just get worse when people aren 't honest. The short story "Too many Tamales" by Gary Soto describes the story of a girl named Maria who didn 't ask her mom where a ring is, so she had to rip open the tamales because she thought that the ring was inside one of the tamales, and remake them. Both stories tell that kids and adults should not keep secrets and tell the truth. Analyzing theme is important because it may have an important lesson that will help life and teach readers something to resolve a problem or conflict.
Doon and Lina discovers that the mayor is working with the guards and Looper to make sure that he gets what he wants. While the citizens of Ember are suffering from the lack of supplies, the mayor is not only slacking but also taking the citizen 's food. Mayors are expected to help the citizens, be selfless, and hear the voice of the people to work for the benefit of the city; but Mayor Cole was instead very greedy and corrupted. When Doon and Lina tries to tell the citizens about Mayor Cole’s evil intentions,
“Food can enliven social relations, enrich spiritual affairs, and enhance an individual’s sense of well-being, it can be used to threaten, reward, cajole, or punish and in other ways manipulate behavior” (Ramsay). Miss Emma, Tante Lou and Grant visit Henri Pichot to ask if he would be able to make Jefferson into a man before he gets into that chair. On the way back, Grant and Tante Lou get into fight and instead of staying for her cooking he rejects it to eat in town. She felt hurt when he turned down the offered food. “By rejecting food, one also rejects the person offering it” (Ramsay).
He saw Fathers and Sons turning their back on one another and even killing one another so one of them could survive, so not only did he experience the usual evils that come from corrupted people who held power, but he dealt with his own people who were willing to turn on one another if it meant a better chance at survival; Elie saw this not only in the camps but also in the box car as the were being transported the Buchenwald, Aryan German through bread crumbs into the train car and took pleasure in watching the Jews fight over the small morsel of food the Aryans were able to spare. Basically Elie saw that if you want to dehumanize a human being and break them all you need to do was give them a reason to despise all other people, in short you a making it so people are no longer people and turning them into undomesticated animals and undomesticated animals can be slaughtered without any feeling of cruelty or
If they legalize it, it would take its large businesses out of business. Which it would just take human trafficking and prostitution further underground and make it darker. “You were so worried about legal and illegal that you never stopped to think about whether it was right or wrong” -Tarry Prathehatt. “If there were no demand for commercial sex, sex trafficking would not exist in the form it does today” (Weissmuellar, Zack1). If they make it legal it will just get worst and would make it more dangerous for women and young ladies.
Abusers always want things to get better but for some it never will. Some people don’t even recognize that they are in a abuse relationship, and if they do recognize they are still dealing with it because most likely their is a kid involved. If you think your in a domestic violence relationship contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline or you can think about the things I mention earlier and see is anything relates to you and your relationship. “Don’t let your loyalty become slavery. If they don’t appreciate what you bring to the table… then let them eat alone” - Anonymous.
meg now understand courage because she now has a new sense of being nice and brave .meg is arguing with her dad and meg is getting really angered. “‘ No ! and you 'd better take me back to camazotz and charles wallace quickly! You’re supposed to be able to help”’Pg. 109. meg does not understand the situation and she needs to get a hold of herself[ but meg is speaking more of her thoughts] .
His mother provided a needed nurturing feature that he would need to give him the boost to return to the aspects of society. Krebs struggled to find ways to regain his stature in society and his mother felt it was her duty to help him along the way even if he was mean to her without understanding why he was doing such. Krebs would even tell his mother he did not love her, even though he did not mean it (Hemingway 170). His mother would be there to support her son, even after the hurtful comments that Krebs made towards her. It is hurtful in any form to see your children go through any pain and she would make sure that all could be done to get Harold back into the world.
Over time, Stanley has become less and less amused with Blanche and Stella’s relationship. He clearly sees that their relationship is giving her strength to stand up to him and no longer accept the way things are. The relationship she has doesn’t do so much harm as it’s making Stella less submissive and worshiping of Stanley. Stella kindly asks Stanley to “Go wash up and then help clear the table.” (pg 131, Williams) Feeling that she’s asked too much of him, something that would’ve never been done before Blanche came, he suddenly “hurls his plate at the floor,” “seizes her arm,” and yells, “That’s how I’ll clear the table!” (pg 131, Williams) This action speaks louder than words and not only shows that he feels he can treat her any way he’d like but, it also shows that he feels this is women’s work and not men’s. When Blanche and Stella says Stanley is “making a pig of himself” and is “disgustingly greasy,” he gets offended easily.