As a frustrated parent feels the narrator once again uses the metaphor of a child to describe how an author feels when their work does not turn out how they wanted. The narrator feels that her work is “unfit for light” in the way that a parent can be disappointed in their child (9). Anne Bradstreet’s use of metaphor allows her to demonstrate the frustrations of an author through the frustrations of a parent. The personification of the author’s work by Anne Bradstreet creates a feeling of empathy towards the author. The personification of the book as a child allows the reader to relate to the fears and struggles the narrator has with accepting her creation.
Fahrenheit 451, a novel written by Ray Bradbury, looks at a twisted dystopian society in the future, and creates two long, deep exchanges held by the characters Beatty and Montag, and Faber and Montag. These discussions are referred to as Beatty's Statement and Faber's Retort, and take up an extensive part of the novel. One of the main themes of this novel is knowledge versus ignorance, which both Faber and Beatty's conversations with Montag contribute to. In these conversations, it is obvious Faber and Beatty have differences in their views of the society as a whole, the purpose of the firemen, and what people really need. In the novel, Fahrenheit 451, Captain Beatty and Professor Faber both have lengthy conversations with Montag, which illustrate their different views on and contribute to the primary theme, knowledge versus ignorance.
Hannah begs you to keep this confidential and not tell anyone especially her daughter, who she sees regularly, as her daughter will be very angry. Bi) How would you explain the term ‘confidentiality’ to Hannah? I would explain to Hannah that I do respect her wish to keep this information ‘confidential’, however due to the nature of the information she has divulged, I would have to inform management as she is putting herself at risk by throwing her medication away. This is not following her careplans and the medication has been prescribed to her for a reason and due to her regularly becoming ‘confused’ we cannot be sure that she is fully aware on what the medication is for. I would explain that we can keep certain things confidential such as opinions and beliefs but if information effects their received care or personal wellbeing/health then I have a duty of care to act upon this but only on a ‘needs to know’ basis.
As the story transpires, Jane's unknown figure becomes all that is known to her; however, because of what is expected of her as a woman it is difficult for her to acknowledge her own self as she is afraid of her own monstrosity. Her repression is what initiates her transgression of becoming this unknown figure, and through excessive behaviour and desire she is able to recognize her situation as everything she is initially told is meant to keep her in the dark. Living in the nineteenth century, Jane has an extensive amount of pressure to be the perfect housewife and comply to her domestic expectations. Women have little rights and respect, and they must pursue their roles as women and tend to their husband and children's needs without complaint. Jane is very aware of these pressures placed upon her, as she is constantly describing how she must make John happy, and get well for John and the baby.
She claims she has stood for worst and she had no right to speak then and has no right to speak now. Mary declares she is even afraid to be writing down what occurred. This is a crucial thing for Mary to admit. Mary’s writing is very precious to her; It is where she writes what she pleases and where she finds her voice. Yet the horrid act of violence leaves her fearful about recording the event.
The Tell-Tale Heart Assignment: We notice that some details in Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” make a literal reading of the story rather difficult. Advance and defend a figurative reading of the story consistent with the story’s details. Poe seems to focus on creating mood throughout his story. Many symbols in this story are interpreted in several different ways depending on the reader. These symbols throughout the story include the old mans eye, the heartbeat and the contradiction between love and hate in which I will be talking about in this paper.
The reader has now observed what traits and behavior is being conveyed based on the conversations from Hester and Chillingworth of said chapter. We have now learned through Hawthorne, and the dialogue he set for Chapter IV, is that about Hester’s past, for the most part; is unknown. She is a strong-willed and haughty woman whose actions are done with passion (as seen when she was standing in the scaffold in the beginning of the story). However, she seems to get intimidated by Chillingworth during their conversation. Her sudden change of personality gives the reader an insight on how intimidating Chillingworth really is to Hester, and possibly others.
The short story “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Perkins Gilman is a look into the mental decline, and enlightenment of an anonymous lady. The narrator of this story is an odd character, both losing touch with reality and at the same time gaining greater self-understanding. This paradox is important to understanding the suffering of our narrator. All throughout the story she faces objects, or people, or situations that seam normal at first but that turn out extremely strange. This shows us that the main problem the narrator is faced with is how oppressive her situation is on her personality.
Relationship appear to be the main cause of sorrow in both stories. Two stories works where communication and the use of accommodition come into play occur in ‘’ A Secrt Sorrow’’ by Karen Van Der Zee and ‘’ A Sorrowful Woman ‘ by Gail Godwin. The antagonists, Kai and sorrowfull huasband, try to mend there partnes despair because of the women in there, lives. Faye and the sorrowful woman struggle with personnel issues. The antagonist Kai, and sorrowful
During her time at this home, she has a psychological breakdown, which is shown through an imaginative conversation with the wallpaper. The relationship between the female narrator and the wallpaper reveals the sickening condition of the narrator and also symbolically shows how women are oppressed in the society. The story