This magnanimous, sensible woman refuses to follow the hysteria even to save her own life. Nurse,s charity becomes apparent in Act one when reverand John Hale comments on her reputation outside Salem. Nurse's magnanimous personality is emphasised even more in act 3 when Hale says "If Rebecca Nurse be tainted, then nothings left to stop the whole green world from burning". This quote marks the point in the play where Hale realizes that innocent people are being accused of witchcraft. Rebecca Nurs refuses to abandon her moral code, even when facing death.
“Everything the people need.” Not having to think for yourself gets you in the habit of just doing. Never stopping to ask yourself, ‘have I done this already?’ ‘Is this wrong?’ ‘What about right?’ No, we only do, or rather the people from the book only do. Finally, you start to see how unfeeling Mildred is. This happens when she tells Montag he isn’t sick, and shows no sympathy for him. She stated, “You’re not sick.” Then again, when talking about the death of Clarisse, she states, “She was simple-minded,” “That’s water under the bridge.” These quotes show how Mildred feels no type affection toward anyone.
The Past Does Not Define an Individual “Inside each of us is a monster, inside each of us is a saint. The real question is which one we nurture the most, which one will smite the other” (Picoult 111). The only person that can define their own self is the individual alone. The novel The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult is of a baker named Sage Singer with a large scar on her face. When she meets Josef Weber, an elderly man, in her grief support group they start to befriend one another.
The inner strength that Mandy Jane has is shown in the very beginning of the story through details and description that the author gives. Mandy Jane must dig deep to find every bit of her inner strength after Mama died while giving birth to her baby sister. Yolen shows this when writing about Mandy Jane’s response to her mother’s death. “”Mama Gone,” Bubba wailed again. But I never cried.” Some might believe that Mandy Jane’s absence of crying shows that she does not care about her mother.
The south means that his grief for his wife will not go away. In this poem figurative language is used to show his real life grieff. Character, conflict, and figurative language theme grief and sadness will follow revenge and violence is shown in Poe’s poems and short stories. Revenge can mess up people 's life and family. When in grief don’t just resort to drugs it will only get worse.
Joy/Hulga from O’Connor’s short story “Good Country People” is a sarcastic and cynical protagonist, who claiming that she doesn’t believe in anything, as her mother, Mrs. Hopewell said to Manley, “My daughter is an atheist and won’t let me keep the Bible in the parlor.” (O’Connor 224) Also, Joy/Hulga tried to express herself to Manley as her being a strong, smart, and independent woman that only believe herself, “I don’t have illusions. I’m one of those people who see through to nothing”(O’Connor 231) However, at the end of the story, the readers can discovered that Joy/Hulga was just a weak innocent woman who failed to see the real world that is a mixture of good and evil and destroyed her belief through her lack of self-awareness that being used by Manley. Joy is thirty-two years old woman with an artificial leg who is highly educated with a doctorate degree in philosophy, and thinks that she is smarter and better than anybody else. The readers can find the evidence of Joy being arrogant from what O’Connor said about her, “If it had not been for this condition, she would be far from these red hills and good country people. She would be in a university lecturing to people who knew what she was talking about.”(O’Connor 223) The sentences
Written by Gillian Clarke, ‘Catrin’ is a poem which conveys the intense yet tremendously loving relationship between a mother and her child. The poem seems to display a rather personal relationship between Gillian Clarke and her existing daughter Catrin. However, the name ‘Catrin’ is only mentioned in the title which noticeably puts it into paramount importance however allows the poem to be universal. The fact that no names are mentioned at all throughout the poem may convey the idea that the scenario described may be common amongst mothers and their children; this stresses the poem being universal and relatable to anyone. The poem conveys love to be an extremely powerful emotion and one in which arguments will be present; as she ultimately conveys love as a permanent emotion.
The poet lists tactile imagery which emphasise the mother’s loving actions, “she had bathed him And rubbed him down with bare palms”. The unusual image of “-humming in her eyes-” suggests a mother’s lullaby. The use of the dashes breaks the poem’s rhythm, bringing out the mother’s emotion. It is tragic that she can’t bring herself to sing but wants him to rest peacefully. The poet compares this mother to other mothers in the refugee camp to amplify her love for her child and therefore the suffering she has to go through while watching him die.
“At certain times I have no race; I am me.” “I belong to no race nor time. I am the eternal feminine with its string of beads.” “I have no separate feeling about being an American citizen and colored.” Throughout the article the authors show numerous ways to good core value. The author values the skin she is in, but at the same time she uses the negativity her skin gets, as motivation to being a better person, as if it feeds her soul. Throughout the passage the author seems like she’s on her high horse and no one can bring her
(page:67) Here is the point despite all of those problems they survived. On the other hand, Penelopaid who has everything without courage to deal with problem. Poor Penelopaid says that " I have always been able to go to sleep. "(123) This what she does when there is a difficulty. As a consequent, even though Penelopaid steered us about her story, it was clear that the young bloodscrubbers characterized the real women through not being