The Bennets were engaged to dine with the Lucases and again during the chief of the day was Miss Lucas so kind as to listen to Mr. Collins. Elizabeth took an opportunity of thanking her. 'It keeps him in good humour,' said she, 'and I am more obliged to you than I can express.' Charlotte assured her friend of her satisfaction in being useful, and that it amply repaid her for the little sacrifice of her time. This was very amiable, but Charlotte's kindness extended farther than Elizabeth had any conception of; its object was nothing else than to secure her from any return of Mr. Collins's addresses, by engaging them towards herself.
This proves itself by how Claudette took on a large dose of self-confidence and independence. At the installation of the fourth section, Claudette ignored Jeanette’s need for help and continued with what she needed to accomplish for herself to be successful at the time. Claudette’s confidence and independence shows her understanding of situations and comfort in her new life. Further along in the fourth stage, when the Debutante Ball began, Claudette had her hair swept “back into high, bouffant hairstyles” and was “wearing a white organdy dress with orange polka dots” while eating fancy hors d’œuvres (Russell 242). This display of comportement further shows her confidence and acclimation to the human culture through her ability to stand the high class situation.
Sharon Olds’ “Primitive” is about an unconventional but loving relationship. The speaker explains that although her relationship isn’t as civilized as others appear to be, she’s satisfied and thankful for the bond she shares with her partner. Through her use of diction, symbolism, and imagery, Olds expresses the theme that each relationship should be unique. By using diction, Olds shows the benefits of being in a unique relationship. The poem begins with, “I have heard about the civilized,/ the marriages run on talk, elegant and honest, rational” (lines 1-2).
Mina, who can be defined as pure and innocent, shows off her dedication to her husband by keeping up with his studies which ultimately saves her. Both females present a version of your typical Victorian woman, but Stoker uses the two best friends to show what a woman
While there is a relationship based upon trust and love in “The First Day” ,the relationship in “Sweetness” appears to have roots of guilt and prejudicial denial. The narrator of “The First Day” is very trusting and also observant of her mother. After her mother lets her use perfume she says “Because I cannot smell it, I have only her word that the perfume is there.” (Jones,27). This sentence shows the audience that the narrator does not need solid evidence of the perfume’s smell to believe it is there because she has her mother’s word for it, which she trust immensely. The narrator is also very protective of her mother, which can be read as an sign of affection.
She’s bubbly, cheerful, loves chocolate and passionate about the people she loves! ...and there is so much out there for us to discover… we have a perfect role model in Princess Ariel..she’s a daydreamer, who loves exploring and has a thirst for a life in a better world which leads her on her adventure to find love in a world where they dance with legs and swim without tails. Being a princess also means being kind to others no matter how different they seem...something princess Elsa understands. Because of her powerful gift… she becomes outcasted and labeled as a monster ...however she is graceful, elegant, and finally peaceful when she reveals the real beauty that she is and once again befriends her kingdom showing them she has the heart of a
For example, Cinderella is described as being an “extraordinarily sweet, obedient, and gentle nature. She got this from her mother, who had been the nicest person in the world. The poor girl tolerated everything patiently, not brave enough to complain to her father” (Perrault, 67). This description describes the ideal bride for a man of these times because she not only was beautiful and kind, but also did not complain about having to do other’s work. This plot also reinforces the idea that outer beauty can attract the man and inner beauty to capture his
She wants a career with a promising future. She says “The promise of a smooth career, which my first calm introduction to Thornfield Hall seemed to pledge” (113). Jane feels like from her starting experiences at Thornfield, she will be in a safe and secure environment. If Thornfield treated Jane badly, she most likely would not have stayed as long as she did. Even though Jane has never had a place she feels safe in, she knows that to have a satisfactory home you must keep safety an important factor.
According to the chain of being concept, the position in the hierarchy cannot be changed. Therefore, the state in which one finds oneself at a specific chain level is self-perpetuating, just like habits are. By analogy, the occupations the speaker and her lover are involved in appear to be constant – this is what they are used to do in a situation they were put into by external factors. Opposed to creatures, humans are considered to have reason and think rationally; but opposed to God, they are also subject to earthly passions and, therefore, habits and desires. Thus, occupying a level of chain reserved for humans, the main characters of the poem are bound to follow their habits
I still feel just as lucky as I did when my mom told me an angel had kissed me, for it was that mark I have to thank--the bright red, puffy circle that permeated on my left cheek--for the poise and chutzpah I would have never known otherwise. Although no longer a physical trait, my angel kiss has become an outstanding feature in my personality. The personal assurance I gained from the years of talking about my birthmark decided to stick around, even though the mark itself has diminished. My angel kiss-bred, composed personality contributes a lot in an academic setting. Instead of stressing about my classes, I take a step back, evaluate what needs to be done, and execute.
Moreover, she brought out ice cream and made brownies for the girl, because ice cream can compensate for negative emotions. Thanks to her cheerful but mature personality, it is absolutely easy to talk to her. She is a great, trustful friend who anyone can confide
I like how this book ends it is so happy feeling and makes Sundara happy because she knows Mayoury is alive. “Then, Sundara finally tells Jonathan how she feels about him and confesses their feelings for eachother”. I would recommend this to someone who would like books about love and to someone who likes to know about other places like,
Moreover, it is important to share the memories out to everyone, but the Community do not want the pain. “The worst part of holding the memories is the loneliness of it. Memories need to be share” (Lois Lowry 154). In fact, the novel also argues that memories are a value in the collective knowledge of a generation (based on what The Giver said) whereby sharing it, knowledge will be passed on to others. Hence, memories are one of the most important value that makes human.