In response to the breaking of the teacup Nana calls Mariam a harami or bastard. Mariam describes her encounters with Jalil, her father, and how he treats her with love and compassion. Throughout this chapter Nana seems to be very negative about everything. She says that every story that Jalil has told Mariam it not real and she thinks that she and Mariam would be better off dead. Chapter 2 Nana describes her side of the birth of Mariam.
She has qualities within her that makes her a strong figure. She’s a rebellious and courageous character that decides to bring back her family. In addition Esther’s also very friendly and supportive. She’s always there for her friend Chanda. As well as very independent, she makes her own decisions no matter if they are right or wrong and self governs.
She relies on physical contact to prove one as an impressive, strong person. However, her beliefs and that of her fiancé collide harshly causing their relationship to end. Her immaturity drives her soon-to-be-husband, Jim, completely away from her. Patricia’s reaction to Jim’s verbal solvents causes her to trust that Jim is a weak and vulnerable person. In all, this shows Pat’s weakness and vulnerability.
However, harsh conditions were endured during transportation, in the territories they were shipped to and in the ghettos. The ghettos can be interpreted as evidence that the Nazis ultimate aim was to allow as many Jews to die as possible. In June 1941, Hitler employed a different strategy called Operation Barbarossa in the war against Russia than previously seen in his strikes against other European countries. He launched an invasion on the USSR without declaration of war. The ideology was
He does this by things such as calling her nicknames with negative characteristics, such as his little lark, spendthrift and featherhead. Both Nora and Torvald, put on a face for the rest of the world and each other. Surprisingly, these choices of façade complimented each other. We gradually see how it isn’t good enough for her, yet hides it anyways through most of the play. In this era, it is expected for a woman to go straight from her father’s hand to her husband’s and the sacrifices it meant.
Parish churches and the Interior Ministry supported the genocide by presenting birth records showing who was Jewish; the Post Office delivered the deportation and denaturalization orders; the Finance Ministry took away Jewish property; German businesses fired Jewish workers and took away stock that belonged to the Jews. The universities refused to admit Jews, denied degrees to those already studying, and fired Jewish academics; government transport offices organized the trains that were scheduled for the deportation to the camps; German pharmacist
By the end, they had each faced individual hardships and morphed into completely different people. Due to Estella being raised by Miss Havisham to torment the hearts of men, she was deliberately cruel to Pip. Estella belittled him, making Pip feel like a disgraceful “common labouring boy” not worthy of her presence. Pip commented on his first meeting of Estella, saying “she was as scornful of me as if she had been one-and-twenty, and a queen,” expressing that she was quite vicious and pitiless towards him. This practice resulted in Pip’s deepest love towards her.
She solved the problems that burgomaster gave her, as well as made a game of her marriage with the burgomaster. Finally she outwitted her husband and her husband always consulted her whenever a very difficult case came up. As a woman lived in those times, she conciliated respect with her cleverness. Raimunda is very kind and tolerant. She hated her mother since she thought her mother should respond on that event that her father raped her.
The Friar tries to dissuade Giovanni from commencing the relationship despite there being little effect from his words. Annabella is harshly reprimanded by the Friar, so much so that she sees sense to confess to her sins. Despite her confession however, she is still punished grotesquely towards the end of the play. Giovanni does not confess; instead he sees his actions as necessary to deal with the problem that he is the main cause of. The final line “Who could not say, ‘Tis pity she’s a whore?” can be seen as directed towards her and so she is blamed for everything that has occurred.
Desdemona’s innocent, loyal, and honorable traits contribute to the theme that things are not always as they seem due to Othello’s failure to recognize them in his moments of jealous accusation. Desdemona’s most obvious trait is that of innocence. It is shown clearly throughout the whole play through her religious faith, dedication to Othello and her disbelief in any act of betrayal. In the beginning of the play, Othello too is dedicated and in love with Desdemona. Although, by Act IV of the play Othello is convinced, by Iago, that Desdemona is a “whore” and dishonorable to their marriage.