Explain how far the views in Source 2 differ from those in Source 1 in relation to Charles’ personality. Charles was a different ruler compared to his father…Source 1 suggests that Charles was ‘cold, withdrawn and shifty’; similarly, source 2 also suggests that Charles was a ‘cold, formal figure’. Therefore, this suggests that Charles was not very confident and was shy which also led to him stuttering a lot. The stutter made it hard for Charles to communicate therefore making people think he was ‘withdrawn’. Source 2 also suggest that Charles ‘proceeded even when a policy was arousing great opposition’ which also agrees with Source 1 that suggests that Charles ‘saw no need to explain his action’ therefore suggesting that Chares lacked political judgement as he was very inflexible which many people around him found difficult to work with, ‘unworkable’ which led to a problem.
That is a big difference, and in our society, that is frowned upon. Not only is there a huge age difference, but neither of them like each other for their personality! Not once do we have either Romeo or Juliet talk about each other’s personality.
Sandra Cisneros uses a variety of literary techniques to portray the character of eleven-year-old Rachel. The most notable of these are the similes which are used throughout the excerpt. They are used to help the reader feel specific moods, visualize different perspectives and describe Rachel’s actions and thinking. Rachel starts out explaining that she doesn’t feel as if she is eleven, she simply feels like every other age she has ever been all rolled into one. This is illustrated perfectly by her comparisons of age to onions, tree rings, and wooden dolls as if each age fits into the next as she states “when you’re eleven, you’re also ten, nine eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two and one.”(Cisneros 1) These items also show readers her child-like perspective combined with adult insights.
This has brought them to the point where they began to seperate because of their disagreements. As the conch become less valuable, they began to act less civilized. They began to act less civilized by not listening to one another and not following the rules that was established when the boys first arrived on the island. Golding reveals the importance of the conch and why is it needed. He shows this by showing how the boys become out of hand and dont listen to one another.
By the time Edna was five years old her mother taught her how to write poetry. Edna published her first poem which was, “Forest Trees” which appeared in a magazine called St. Nicholas, an illustrated children's magazine, at the age of fourteen. Edna got a full scholarship to an all girl’s college called Vassar. While Edna was attending Vassar she was still writing dramatic poetry. Edna won an award for her book called The Harp-Weaver; the award was called Pulitzer Prize.
Consequently, he has come to regard himself as ‘a kind of fraud’ not the man that Salem assumes him to be. Proctor’s conversation with Abigail in Act 1 reveals his determination to distance himself from the girl, while highlighting his ambivalence. The residual tension between Proctor and Eliz is an on going reminder of his guilt. Act 2 reveals just how strained relations between the couple have become. The sustained conflict between husband and wife does nothing to alleviate Proctor’s conscience.
Sop People are not what they seem to be, a saying that is often taken too lightly. In Harper Lee’s book, To Kill a Mockingbird the theme of this has a strong presents. From different characters such as Atticus Finch being seen as a bad parent, Boo Radley being the mysterious neighbor, to Mrs. Dubose terrifying first impression. Atticus Finch was criticized for being a bad parent. At the start of text, Atticus is perceived as an un-fit parent and having a bad influence on his children, Jem and Scout, because of his ways of living.
Julia, Seth, and children who have abusive childhoods all found a way to cope with their problems BUT NOT SOLVE THEM. They are able to be “separated from everything familiar,” and be “pushed into a new state of consciousness” (Armstrong 25). The issue however that arises from dissociation is that these people are unable to grasp reality. They are unsure of what is right and what is wrong sometimes and do not understand why this happens. Many people who do not realize these dissociative experiences are greatly affected.
17). This describes how he fails with girls: he either scares them or he is too immature in the way he talks to them. It makes him depressed that Sally would not want to go with him because he thinks there is nothing more to do in life so why not just get away from it. Holden is depressed due to disappointment because he feels that he cant do anything right. One of the many examples of this is when he
Badly handled, she becomes insecure and mistrustful. This mistrust can carry through to adult life relationships. At this stage Shirley never had the nurturing love that a child needs to develop the trust that Erikson talks of. The mother, being resentful towards Shirley, neglected to give the love and security that was needed during this first stage. Shirley now has an unresolved developmental conflict which has provided her with mistrust and insecurity.