I am most similar to Rebecca Nurse because she is loyal to her friends, understanding of others, and a courageous woman. First, Rebecca’s personality is close to mine because she is loyal to her friends. In The Crucible, Rebecca stays loyal throughout the whole play. She is committed to her religion and refuses to confess to witchcraft when she is accused. Rebecca never falsely accuses anyone of witchcraft to save herself because she knows it is wrong.
She fought for her life while remaining the loving wife. She maintained her supportive roll as a wife, she never once turned on Othello and although she argued for her life she did it in a dignified way. Irene upholds a sense of strength as she refutes Othello’s accusations. She even attempts to put up a fight when he tries to suffocate her. I did not agree with this action, but it did further the idea that Irene wanted Desdemona to be seen as a strong character and not just a clueless young
So do you think these three selections Mother to Son, Nick Vujicic: life without limits, and Saudi Arabia’s “Freedom Riders” show perseverance? These all show perseverance because in the poem Mother to son the mom is telling the son no matter what happens never give up also in Nick 's life without limits Nick never gave even during his life with all the bullying and loneliness and depression, he never gave up and in the “Freedom Rider” women didn 't give up until they got what they deserve the right to drive. So do you know what they all have in common? What they all got in common is never giving up. Do you think there
Although her journey has been tough, I never thought I would see her make the strides she has today. With the support of everyone around her, she is staying strong. Her story has shown me that I need to follow my dreams, not chase them. I have grown to be a fearless leader, hard working scholar and loving daughter from the strides and sacrifices my mother has made for me. Nothing is granted, I know that I have to work hard for my goals and never take anything for granted.
But Hester Prynne transcends the nightmare of the Puritan community and courageously discovers her own self-reliance, living a life of simplicity and nonconformity. In the same way, she never give up because she was full of power and, she has a strong mind, overcoming the bad moments and believing in herself. Hester 's self-reliance and inner strength are further revealed in her defiance of the law and in her iron will during her confrontation with the governor of the colony. She has not fear, she doesn’t care in what others said, Hester focus on her daughter and her new life. Secondly, she had the sufficient value to
Strewing honey does not have anything coming out of it just like work without hope. Rukmani believed that the hardships she was going through could be dealt with by working hard. While land was her only hope, Rukmani worked with hope in order for her and her husband to go back to the place that built up all of the hope inside of her. "We are all in God’s hands, and He is merciful," (Markandaya, 50). She believed that god is merciful, life is good and patience is the key.
Blanche’s loyalty to her Buck Barrow is a predominant trait that she held dear to her throughout the memoir. She never blamed her husband for getting involved with the Barrow gang. However, Buck was the one who drew Blanche deeper and deeper into the crimes. She never considers that she could have refused to accompany him with the gang. Instead of recognizing that both she and Buck were moral weaklings, Blanche wants us to glorify her as a faithful wife, and then wants to complain about the hardships she
Love is a complex phenomenon between two people, it is an unbreakable bond that lasts a lifetime. Frankie’s parents have a bond that is described as, “the perfection of human love” by Sister Marie-Cécile when Mrs. Burnaby was standing over the late Mr. Burnaby in the “immortal attitude of love” (73). This bond is as strong as two people could have, always standing behind one another and making sure they have the best life possible. However, Hetty Dorval does not love anyone, even her own mother who endures a large amount of suffering as her maid in order to keep her satisfied. Even when Mrs. Broom admits to Hetty that she is her biological mother, Hetty has no sudden realization of love; Hetty continues what she has done to countless people before and simply walks out of her mother’s life with no emotion.
In the little woman, the Marge sisters had their own career, very conscientious, never shirk their family responsibilities, tried to solve problems for their mothers, and were always conscientious and conscientious in their work. Transcendentalism is a literary and philosophical movement of American Transcendentalism, claimed that the existence of a can use the intuition, the ideal spiritual entity, one can transcend feeling and reason to directly obtain the truth; Transcendentalism emphasized the importance of the individual, primary responsibility is the self perfection, rather than wealth and power. Transcendentalism has profound influence on American culture, Alcott deeply influence Emerson's transcendental thinker, in the "Little Women" have a distinctive expression, for example, Joe encountered many difficulties and setbacks in the way of writing, and
Pearl’s unique uprising allows her to be independent and leave her home in order to impress upon the reader the amount of freedom and maturity she gained throughout the novel. After being shunned and unclaimed by her own father for many years, she had sought out the closure she hoped and dreamed for. Pearl is a very important character, not only does she signify the scarlet letter in living terms, but her free spirited disposition helps to show her purity and almost perfect nature. She leads her parents to redemption with her essential characteristics. After constantly battling with the world, she is finally set free to “be a woman in it” (Hawthorne 229).
MS Rainwater was a woman who raised her girls to be independent ,look to higher dreams and never allow anyone to tell you or make it’s impossible for something you really want and believe you must continue to strive until the goal at hand is reached .she was told several times she wouldn’t live to see tomorrow or that her baby wouldn’t make it to see another day , she overcame all man made and doctors assumptions and diagnoses on her life and the life’s of her unborn child to see many more days . Rosalind helped anyone in need she would give you the shirt off her back if she had to, she opened her doors to all, we called our house grand central station because she was always allowing someone to stay and get on their feet because her model was you know where you been but don’t know where you’re
In an article an author wrote, “Nanny states that although she could not realize her own dreams, Janie need not suffer such restriction: ‘It wasn 't for me to fulfill my dreams.... But nothing can 't stop you from wishin '....’” (Hattenhauer). Although Janie may not realize it, her Nanny has always supported her dreams when she was young. This shows the theme because Janie has always had a vision of the life she