Equality said “The learning was too easy… The teachers frowned when they looked upon us” (Rand 21). This quote explains that Equality is without a doubt smart, and this is why his teachers disliked him. He is disliked by his teachers because everyone in the society is supposed to have the same knowledge and keep at the same pace. Equality’s intelligence is first step to rediscovering the lightbulb, but there is another step. Equality’s individuality is the second step to rediscovering the lightbulb.
Rex is helpful because he could use that money to get off the streets, but instead he uses it to help Jeannette get a good education. Rex could have gotten off the streets but he and Rosemary both agree that they should use the money to help out there daughter get the education they never got in there lives. Just like many parents who want their kids to do better than them Rex and Rosemary are the same. Rex is changing from being an intelligent drunk and a drunk paranoid person to a helpful
She wants what she did not have: big house, better neighborhood, and all the riches that she can buy. However, her father tells her to not think like that because that is not the reason that makes her, her, but instead it is her background and her family. This was something that I found quite fascinating because this was how I perceived my life when I was in high school. Sophia’s perseverance and dedication to moving forward is impeccable. “I wish we lived on the other side of town.” (Canales, 2005, p.35) I also wanted the better life.
Although they come from different backgrounds Mark Mathabane, Richard Rodriguez and Malcolm X all learned the value of literacy and importance it has for success. They had different opinions during their childhood but at the end they both agreed on what was important to them and what benefited them the most. Unlike Richard Rodriguez and Malcolm X's, Mark Mathabaneś childhood was different from theirs. His mother wanted him to go to school and get an education. Even though his father thought that school was just a waste of time, his mother knew that if Mark were to go to school he would have a better life than what he had growing up.
Faced between mom and dad what will Ashleigh do? Ashleigh did not take the money because her mom was a good role model,she spends more time with mom, and she will make the right choice.throughout the story Ashleigh makes great choices,likes being around her dad and does not talk much. Ashleigh mom is a great role model throughout the story. An example of this is, with mom there are a lot of rainy days and she takes a grim sort of pleasure in being ready for them (Pfeifer 1),The flashlight with working batteries for a black out. The extra quarters when the laundry isn't dry.
Mary’s decision to be against her friend’s advice forms part of physical conflict. She is developing by noting what she said “Two wrongs don`t make a right”. The narrator states that Mary that does not feel good for the fact that her husband can judge her. And that she does need a shoulder to cry on. She must leave sin because it will kill her “Her sin is growing cancerous inside
The pros are that Kim will do well in school and will most like have a bright future, because she had a support from her father. The cons are that an authoritarian parents doesn’t usually give their children much of independency. “The tent to place a good deal on importance on restricting the child’s autonomy.” This will have a huge effect in Kim’s life after she goes to college. She dependence on her parents pushing her and how they are not with her anymore things might be hard at
Liking a girl isn’t enough. Tom has to get engaged, pledge his eternal love, and kiss. Feeling sorry for himself isn’t enough. He has think about killing himself at a pretty girl’s gate to see her reaction and get her to notice him, and make Aunt Polly feel immensely guilty. See where this goes?
Desdemona’s father states that he should kill her for her disloyalty from getting married without his permission. The secret marriage deeply wounds her father to the point that he has the right to kill her. She is sacrificing her life for her love of Othello; the implications of this show how deep the love of the two love birds runs. Even though her betrayal is unforgivable, her father decides that her death would be undesirable blood on his hands, therefore, Desdemona’s act of secrecy taints her image with a seed of doubt. By gaining Othello’s love, Desdemona loses the love of her father and ruins her credibility in his eyes, which causes him to cast her out and exile her from their home.