Jasmine Tyler 09/11/14 4B Bedford 114-119 Meaning 1. She responded because she fit most of the criteria and she was curious as to what they would say. She also responded because the $25,000 could have changed her life. She also may have done it to see the people happy. To her they are complete strangers but during and after the fact that she gives the egg, they would eventually have to become a lot closer due to the fact that she has pretty much given them a baby.
The main conflict in Jewett’s short story is that of character v. self. The author chooses to portray this conflict which also leads into the next conflict. The main character struggles with what she believes is right and what others believe is right. Her decision is ultimately chosen and leads to a higher self esteem yet grief for letting others down. She chooses to listen to her instinct and her morals by saving a bird which others wish to find.
Another example is when everyone starts playing in the sprinklers, their actions are playful, excited, and childish. The plot in “The Secret Life of Bees” is both exciting and interesting. This is because it shows how white and black people treated each other with disrespect even after The Civil Rights Movement. Also, it shows that Lily is determined to learn about her deceased mother, and along the way she meets The Boatwright sisters, Zach, and Neil. It is possible that this plot does or could happen in real life.
Psyche was the major reason behind Orual’s actions because Orual was jealous that everyone noticed Psyche and never acknowledged her, and this would ultimately lead to the sacrificing of Psyche to the mountain god, Ungit. It is evident that Lewis portrays Psyche as a believably perfect person because she is very noble throughout Till We Have Faces(Abromaitis, 4246). These traits are shown when Psyche is referred to as a “goddess” by Redival, when she tries to nurse the Fox, a Greek slave purchased by the King to teach Redival, Orual, and Psyche various things, and when she met with Orual to plan the Fox’s escape. The first time Psyche shows her noble character was when Redival made fun of Psyche by saying, “Why don’t you honour the goddess?” to Orual. She said that quote in reference to Psyche’s action of kissing a woman’s baby when the woman claimed it would make her baby beautiful.
Violence, alcoholics, theft, and threatening people also surround her. Carolina is a strong woman and she knows how to distance herself from all of the bad things in life and to keep her children away from it also. “She hates me. She says that the handsome men and distinguished men prefer me and that I make more money than she does.” (De Jesus, p. 7) Carolina is talking about the jealousy and the hatred coming from the favela women. She puts up with this day-to-day and seems not to get mad that often.
She looked after him and made sure he was cared for, she gave lennie plenty of mice to pet and rub but yet he killed them all so she always got more for him. After she passed george came along and looked after him not much is said about when and where george came into the picture. Curley's wife a woman with no name given is married to Curley but not so happily married she goes around the farm to the boys and tempts them by flattery. In a way Curley’s wife is a villain but also the victim, in the sense she is a villain is because she is not only vulnerable but she looks for the weaknesses in others such as Lennies disability, crooks color, and Candy’s age to take advantage of them and keeps herself from trouble. But she is also the victim she has no name she is merely the property of curly she is one of the loneliest characters in Of Mice of
Mr.Morris EN 1113 2 September 2008 How to Fry Chicken When it comes to frying chicken it is not all that easy. Everybody’s fried chicken doesn’t taste the same. A person can make a good fried chicken by doing the following steps. Step one is to clean the chicken. Step two is seasoning the chicken.
This shows how timid she is just like a small fay. When she is “flying like a hare” it shows how she is desperate to get out and how realistic the situation is. It is like the farmer is hunting for game, never giving up on his prey and will do anything to catch it. This also shows his desperation for her, although he rarely admires her. The maid is a very shy person, like the personality of a mouse.
She suffers with anorexia but still cooks for her family, despite the fact that she is never able to eat more than a few mouthfuls” (pg. 141).She does this in order to make her mother angry and uses it as a “fighting tool” a way to get back at her mother as Dolly does not like Rose being skinny and pale “as it makes her sick”. Rose is a typical battler and audiences feel for her, because she suffers or rather battles with many difficulties in life, They appreciate her because of her fighting spirit as she had never given up despite what the problem and desire for her to overcome her hardships. This is a common representation of an Aussie
But these ideas do not always have to be right. It could often be completely unthinkable. In "The Lottery", Shirley Jackson uses the change in character of Tessie Hutchinson, to portray the evil that lies within the society, and how deep rooted tradition will change her forever. No one in the community questions the tradition of the lottery, until Tessie, but only when she got picked for it. At first she is in a very good mood and is excited for the lottery.