The poem “Making Sarah Cry” and the play “The Watsons go to Birmingham” have the similar theme of being different. In “Making Sarah Cry” Sarah is different from the other kids on the playground. In “The Watsons go to Birmingham” the Watson family have a different skin color so they are separated from whites to do everyday tasks. The texts both share a similar theme but have different qualities. For example, in “Making Sarah Cry” only two people are excluded from playing with kids because of their differences.
Schools should allow all kids to get education By:Sylvia Park Imagine being in a special school because of your disability. Sitting there looking at other kids playing, but when they look at you they stare in disgust. How awful would it feel to get treated that way? By yourself always crying because you are excluded from others just because of one thing about you. Not allowed to go to school just because you have a disability.
She suffers traumatic experiences that she lives with for the rest of her life. Pecola’s parents Cholly and Pauline Breedlove always abused each other in front of Pecola and her brother, Sammy. This leads the kids to not understand what love really is. In the beginning of the novel, Pecola only has two friends out of all of the kids in the city because everyone else abuses her for no reason. She lives with her friends named Frieda and Claudia and the friends mom.
Koe no Katachi (A Silent Voice) is about Ishida, who bullied Shouko for being deaf in elementary school to the point she had to transfer away. Despite the entire class taking part in being mean to Shouko, they instantly blame only Ishida, and alienate him just as he did to Shouko. Now in high school, Ishida has developed anxiety and depression, but runs into Shouko at a sign language class. What does he want out of talking to Shouko again? Will anyone forgive him?
Charles remember that, “When I got to feeling sorry for myself, she’d get tough and say, ‘You’re blind, you ain’t dumb; you lost your sight, not your mind.’ And she’d make me. . .see I could do almost anything anyone else could do.” Ray Charles right eye was removed due to him being in pain in the year of 1937. Unbelievably Ray Charles refused to use the red/white cane to get around like other blind or visually impaired people. In 1986, incorporated the Robinson Foundation for Hearing Disorders after experiencing chronic troubles leading to temporary hearing
From the “Persimmons”, “Mrs. Walker slapped the back of my head and made me stand in the corner.” (Lee 2-3) Speaker was suffered from the physical punishment by his teacher just because he could not distinguish between two English words: persimmons and precision. As most of the Asian learn English as their second language, their English proficiency level may be low. As a result, they often being looked down by American natives. In “Lost Sister”, “Dough-faced landlords slip in and out of your keyholes, making claims you don't understand.” (Song 48-50) This shows that the relationship between Asian and American is not good, they did not develop trust.
Because of the infamous reputation of her family nobody wants to befriend her ; the white people rejects her because she belongs to the white trash and the blacks refuses to reach out to her since she’s a white and her family is real trouble. She kissed a black man, Tom Robinson, so she no longer belongs with the other whites; the status quo was messed with. But she also used the stereotypes to help her cause in the court knowing that the all white jury will never believe a negro she did not change her testimony but enforced the helplessness that characterizes the women in that era to get rid of the guilt . She broke a long standing and sacred tradition in the south; women’s virtue, as a female Mayella showed all the signs of domestic oppression so she felt the need to obey her father even though he is the one to pay for the crimes. Miss Maudie Miss Maudie Atkinson; another resident at main centre street and the Finch’s neighbour, widowed at her forties .She prefers to wear old straw hats and overalls ;usually worn by men, especially when she’s working .miss Maudie does not luck any feminine qualities , her beauty reigns over the whole town but she has a feisty mouth and sharp
"Pack of crazy fools," he said. "Listening to the young folks, nothing's good enough for them. Next thing you know, they'll be wanting to go back to living in caves” where the older people said this is write and the younger said it wasn't. Another time it shows this is when everybody is scared of the FAKE black box. I think that the theme that people will follow a tradition for no reason at the end because when they are stoning Tessie Hutchinson to death because she had the black dot on her paper she said "It isn't fair, it isn't right,’ Mrs. Hutchinson screamed, and then they were upon
Imagine if you were facing social issues as a 16 year old with cancer. How would you react to knowing you won't be able to play any sports, or do activities most people do without thinking twice about how grateful they are? What would that say about your character? The Fault in our Stars is a story about a teenage girl with cancer who struggles to fit in with society, but then she discovers the love of her life, Augustus Waters. “Hop Frog” is a story about a dwarf jester, who was taken from his home, and mistreated the king and his cabinet.
Children and parents get taken away from their family members to go live away with people of their own kind. All because they were different and not accepted by people who thought they were better than them. In the teleplay, “eye of the beholder,” Janet is different from the other people, and she wants to look like them to fit in. Since she still looks ugly after eleven surgeries she has two options one is to go with other people that are like her and live there or get killed. In the Holocaust their leader, Hitler manipulated the Germans to think the that Jews were bad and had to go live away from where they were.