She is shown to be young, wide-eyes through her description “Abigail Williams, seventeen- a strikingly beautiful girl.” (8) Thus Abigail has idealized her entire relationship with John Proctor instead of seeing it for what it truly was, an affair that took place because Proctor, a bit lonely, felt distant from his wife and consequently turned to Abigail for warmth, she see’s the two of them as being in love and the only thing keeping them apart is John Proctors wife, Goody Proctor. This is portrayed quite clearly in Abigail's motivation throughout the play as she is constantly trying to eliminate Goody Proctor. This is seen in the Act I when it is revealed by Betty Parris that it was Abigail who was attempting to kill Goody Proctor when the girls were dancing in the woods, all in attempt to be with John Proctor "You did, you did! You drank a charm to kill John Proctor’s wife! You drank a charm to kill Goody Proctor!"
Words were present throughout that time in history, and have left an opaque imprint of a scar that will remain for the rest of everyone’s lives, but they have also been the source of kindness and thankfulness that helped some people succeed despite the treachery. In this novel, Liesel is able to use the opposing qualities of words to her advantage and learn the truth of the world. She is initially unable to comprehend the true meaning of words, but at the end of the novel, she fully understands the true significance of words and their impacts. Therefore, the paradox of being ugly and beautiful simultaneously can be applied to Liesel Meminger and her divergent
The use of pathos comes into play when the reader begins to observe and understand that it is not Victor but Elizabeth who will in time bear the weight of the creatures emotions. Victor regrets what he has created but feels remorseful for leaving Elizabeth defenseless. Victor and Elizabeth's relationship arouse many emotions for readers. Mary Shelley exhibits through Victor's contemplations and dialogue his feelings for Elizabeth whom he loves. Overall, pathos opens the readers minds to understand and get a feel for all of the mishaps.
This was because he knew the reason that it all started, a teenage girl named, Abigail, her undying love for him and and her extreme resentment of his wife, Elizabeth Proctor. John Proctor refused again and again that what Abigail and the girls were doing
As Sigmund Freud once said, “the only person with whom you have to compare yourself is you in the past. ” In this essay, I will qualify the claim that Janie, the protagonist from Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, is a powerful role model for young readers because she pursues her own happiness despite obstacles. Janie does pursue her own happiness through her relationship with Joe Starks and Tea cake, even though they both come to a crashing end. The obstacles she has to overcome however, are created by herself. Janie creates her own adversity, and is then forced to overcome it to achieve what she desires.
Hester’s tale is legendary by the end of the book because of all that she has endured due to the scarlet letter, and the person that she is in spite of it. Additionally, another positive impact the scarlet letter has on Hester is that because of it, she is all the more sympathetic and selfless. Even though the letter causes her and her daughter Pearl to be ostracized from society, Hester does not become bitter and angry in her seclusion. Instead, she becomes a “self-ordained Sister of Mercy” and comforts those who are distraught, being “the softer pillow for the head that needed one” (149). The meaning of the scarlet letter even changes because of her generosity and altruism: “such helpfulness was found in her, --so much power to do, and power to sympathize, --that many people refused to interpret the scarlet A by its original signification.
Though cataclysmic challenges befall her, Anne keeps the words, "Whoever is happy will make others happy too," close to her heart in times of darkness and confusion so she may never know the dreadful day when she deliberately abates someone she truly loves and cares for the wellbeing of. Writing these words in her diary instilled within her gratitude for all that she still had and all of the beauty still left in the world. This is the meaning behind the beauteous quote, "Whoever is happy will make others happy
Anne’s family were expecting her to be to be ‘perfect’ so she could be married into a good family. Trying to please your parents are one of the hardest struggles a teenager could face. Anne’s self-esteem dropped. She says that “One’s job is to look so totally ravishing that the marriage settlements are signed and sealed by the end of one’s first season”. Anne is so accustomed to having to be the perfect daughter and ‘trophy’ wife that she knows no different.
We don’t want to be busted on how we perceived towards someone, notably when the affections are over or gone, especially when all your feeling is buried through written –a retreat letter, which you kept so much like your deepest secrets lies on it. However, New York Times bestselling author Jenny Han made me feel how twitchy and embarrassing it was to be busted through Lara Jean story in her book To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. The story of the silly and childish Lara Jean and on how she handle the most cringe worthy time of her teenage life –all her letters for her past crushes with no forethought of sending it to them was sent one day without her permission that results a great alter. To all the boys I’ve loved before is permeate of girlish feels that narrates the most ignominious event that could occur in a typical young lady in a senior high school level. A spectacular, evasive and amusing yet note-worthy diegesis.
In Great Expectations, Estella had open arms from Pip once she realized where she belongs. Estella was always following the rules of wealth and love given by Ms. Havisham, but it always made her unhappy. She was always annoyed by Pip’s presence or just neglecting his love for her. Estella’s moment of realizing her place is the period of time when she marries Drummle and Drummle dies. Finally being true to herself, she realizes her place in society is to just be friends with Pip.