Montag tells Mrs. Bowles, “Your children hate your guts... Go home and think how it all happened and what did you ever do to stop it?”(101) Montag is trying to get Mrs. Bowles to change her mind using emotions like sadness and regret. Sadness is used when he reminds her that her children hate her. This is sad because usually your children love you and if they do not it is a sign of a troubled family. Another emotion from pathos is regret. There is regret because Montag wants Mrs. Bowles to think about what she could have done or regret what she did to get to the point she is at.
I can’t stop crying,” (31). Her use of imagery enables readers to picture her situation, but the intensity in her words gives the readers a sense of agony. Although it was challenging, Dugard expresses the excruciating feelings she receives during each occurrence. Not only are readers able to grasp an understanding of her experiences, but the tension between Nancy Garrido and Dugard is easily perceivable. After Dugard has her second daughter, Nancy has troubles trying to make them more like a true family.
the girl recited the words, in a perfect imitation of her mother. 'You may play around with them as long as you like, use them however you wish. If you want to make mama happy do nice things, good things; be a bad girl and mama will be angry.' that's what she told me,' Persephone finished turning her head proudly upwards. Leuce laughed a little, catching herself in time not to encourage the girl's impertinent impersonation of Demeter.
Another point is Amy says that her mother is not hard to understand, it 's that other people find it hard to comprehend her talking. People who do not know her mother well probably won 't give themselves time to connect with her mother 's English. As described by Amy from her personal view that her mother 's English was "perfectly clear, perfectly natural" (Tan, 2006, p. 21). Specific evidence that supports was the author stating, "Her language, as I hear it, is vivid, direct, full of observation and imagery." (Tan, 2006, p. 20).
She is often misquoted, saying “Let them eat cake”. This quote shows how ignorant she is to how the people live, she thinks that everyone eats and has privileges like her. Rumors such as these were widely spread through a historical essay on her, which was widely oppressed by the government (Shephard et al. 100-111). With the people knowing that the government, didn't want the people to know what she had done, she was hated even more (Shephard et al.
In I stand Here Ironing, the mother and her daughter Emily are showcased to portray a relationship in which the mother’s role is compromised by financial and family support instability. Its effects cause gradual formation of issues that not only create a distance between them but also impairs Emily’s potential of blooming into a healthy young woman mentally and physically. When analyzing the beginning of the story, it can be
While there is a relationship based upon trust and love in “The First Day” ,the relationship in “Sweetness” appears to have roots of guilt and prejudicial denial. The narrator of “The First Day” is very trusting and also observant of her mother. After her mother lets her use perfume she says “Because I cannot smell it, I have only her word that the perfume is there.” (Jones,27). This sentence shows the audience that the narrator does not need solid evidence of the perfume’s smell to believe it is there because she has her mother’s word for it, which she trust immensely. The narrator is also very protective of her mother, which can be read as an sign of affection.
Then both were silent once more. All in all, Kezia in short period of time, showed growth in the story. She is given reasons to not accept others but she finds it in her heart that there is no reason too, that everyone deserves equality. You can see her action come naturally when she is given a task and she tries to do the right thing, even when her close friends and relatives tell her otherwise. By the end the story she ends up forgiving the sisters, her mom,
This chapter makes the reader see behind the meaning of life and forgiveness. Orleanna and the rest of the Price girls are filled with guilt as they cope with the loss of their sister, Ruth May. In the end, as one would like to think, Ruth May is telling them that she forgives them and that they need to move
Mrs.Frank catches one of the VaanDaans stealing. She says ““The bread! He was stealing the bread” (Frank, 505) Even though everyone in hiding had very little food, and they all had to make sacrifices, especially on the amount of food, Mr. VaanDaan was still very selfish. If Mr. VaanDaan is selfish, and he is on the same side as the Franks, emagine what the horrible people in the world would do. Another example of people being selfish is when Mrs. Frank says to Mrs..VaanDann “Your a mother, yet you sacrifice your child to this man.” Frank (504) Even though Peter’s father was being selfish, Mrs. VaanDaan, Peter’s mother stood up for her husband.