I can’t bring it to life. I’d love to give it up” (78). Melinda has changed dramatically, and this is represented by the tree she sees versus the tree she tries to make. After Melinda admits to herself that she was raped, Melinda starts to realize that
Melinda was raped as a young girl heading into her first year of high school and what happened after that was a catastrophe and would change her life and her peers view of her. Melinda perpetually haunted by her treacherous past memories struggled to stay happy and sane throughout her overwhelming first year of high school. Melinda evolves over time as she longs to be her past happy self again she slowly but surely begins to regain her happiness and self-confidence. With life-changing events coming at Melinda every which way, she experiences the highs and the lows and finds little things in life like her extraordinary passion for art to help her get through the toughest times in her life. This story will make your heart melt with sorrow and compassion, but also bring to you a remarkable story with realistic like events and settings.
She is also very self-centered and does not care about anyone else except for herself because she is in pain. Point of View Note #1: In the beginning of the novel, the point of view is shown through the narrator in first person and the narrator is unreliable in
That is barely any information on how the people felt! Imagine learning about the story in the first-person, “feeling” all the excitement of the Boston Tea Party, the anger towards the British, the anxiety leading up to “party” with all the planning and whatnot; the historical fiction version just makes for a much more memorable account of the
The story's true them is how people aren't always who one may think they are. Sometimes in life people will treat others differently to get what they want. Rosaura thought her and Luciana were friends. They spent their afternoons together
But no one ever listened to Simon, they made him an outcast, when really he could have helped them a lot.That is why they couldn’t think straight, they turned into monsters because they didn’t follow their “guides”. Otherwise, the story may have taken a better
To further enhance the purpose of the text, Simon serves as a Christ figure throughout the novel. To begin, Simon provides the boys with numerous prophecies, as Jesus does in the gospels. He repeatedly reassures Ralph that “You’ll get back alright. I think so, anyway...I just think you’ll get back all right”(121). Though a strong friendship exists between him and Piggy as well, Simon does not say the same to him.
In the book, Sara paints a vivid description of conditions with living in poverty. The struggle of working was described by the sister Bessie, and the struggle of being true and being “American” was felts and described by all. Each sister seems to reach solace while living in America. However the angle or path they try to take towards Americanization, they seem to feel unfulfilled. Whether it is Bessie who lives comfortably in her marriage, or Sara who lives comfortably with her independence.
Ms. Sun is the most important character in the play because she is the teaching artist that opens the kids minds up shows them that they don’t have to be what people make them out to be or what others believe they will be they can become whatever that want as long as they put their mind to it, for example after the play Coca a student tell Ms. Sun “. . . You taught me that. “Man is born free” right.