On page 101 he whispered “Daddy…”, “Mama…”. This is a reason that shows why his relationship with his parents is distant. Lastly, both Ellie and Jeremiah show care for their family. Ellie cares a lot about her family as well does Jeremiah. These two characters have so much love to their parents but are going through some rough times.
For Ellen, she was the only child in her family. For their family, Annemarie is christian but Ellen is Jewish. Annemarie had a silvery blond hair however Ellen only had a dark hair color which was also pretty. Annemarie really love running and she’s good at it, however, Ellen didn’t like it, Ellen love acting and play. Also, when they met the German soldier, Annemarie was brave to talk with the German soldier, when the soldier asked her the questions, she clearly answer it and sometimes lie to the soldiers.
Elie may have continuously helped his father in lengthening his endurance, but failed to straighten his father’s will. He was able to continuously replenish his weak, old father little by little by making sacrifices such as by giving up his “ration of bread and soup” (110) due to his health and youth. But one aspect that he did not notice was that “every man for himself and . . .
In this quote Elie is thinking to himself. He thought this when he was outside with the others because all of the Jewish people were forced to leave their homes. Elie was thinking this because earlier in the book he said that his dad barely shows any emotion and that they are not that close to each other so it was weird to him. Elie’s dad is like my dad because the only time that I saw my dad cry was when his brother died, but that was the only time I saw him cry and up to this day I had never seen him cry. Another similarity that Elie’s dad and my dad share is they both barely show any emotion and sometimes no emotion, but unlike Elie’s dad, my dad only expresses emotion when he is mad or meets one of his friends.
“Oochigeaskw - The Rough Faced Girl” has similar elements from the classic “Cinderella” tale; There are rude stepsisters, an awful stepmother, magical shoes, and, of course, there’s a prince. The prince figures in the tales of “Cinderella” and “Oochigeaskw - The Rough Faced Girl” both have sincere dedication in finding a perfect spouse, but they seem to
Having his father there made it easier for Elie. Elie had someone who would be there for him no matter the circumstances. His father loved him and did everything he could to protect Elie in the terrible time in the concentration camp. Elie learned to be strong and to take responsibility. His father dies and Elie is going to remember him forever as the man who sacrificed everything he had left for young Elie.Thanks to his father, Elie learned to take care of someone and how to survive by himself.
Anne came to realize that even though she may have disagreements with her mother, she should still respect her and show her the love that she deserves. On the other hand, Elie finds out that even though he believes his father is useless, he should still stand by him and help him along the journey. Both of these examples are showing how valuable you parents and family are even when times get hard and
Passing time the king proclaimed a festival but in the French version it was a royal ball. When the sisters got an invitation they made Cinderella’s life worse they made her comb their hair, and fasten their buckles. The German and the French version, the stepmother did not let Cinderella go to the ball and/or festival. The stepmother in the German version told Cinderella that she scattered a bowl of lentils in a bowl for her and if she picked all of them in the next two hours she’ll let her go. She called out to the turtle doves and pigeons and in the next hour they finish.
Once Ellen’s grandmother wins custody of her, she is forced to leave the family she could actually see love from to her grandmother who hates her, although never truly stated, we believe the cause because of the similar features of Ellen’s and her father’s faces, Ellen then again sees herself as better as the care given of her. Her grandmother soon dies after becoming ill. Ellen has battled with who has the power in her life and her actions, when her grandmother becomes the caregiver of Ellen she tries to take the power from her. Ellen does get her wish when her grandmother dies and she takes the control again. Her father dies as well from his addiction. “When I was little, I would think of ways to kill my daddy.” (Gibbons 1.)
There is a lot of symbolism of white in the sequence that represents Cinderella’s purity and kindness. In the next scene the godmother is seen transforming the four mice into four beautiful large white houses with pink tuffs on their head and golden