Lily also lives with her father and she says in the book that it never felt right to call him dad so she just settled on T. Ray. T. Ray is abusive and convinces Lily that her mother’s death is all her fault by telling her that she picked up the gun and it went off in her hands and killed her mother and that her mother didn’t care about her at all and left her. The date is 1964 and President Johnson has just signed the Civil Rights Act. Rosaleen decides that she wants to register to vote and Lily walks with her into town. As they reach the outskirts of town Rosaleen and Lily come across three white men who harass Rosaleen.
She wasn’t accepted into society because of who her family was. All she had was Tom Robinson and her red geraniums. And she lost Tom Robinson. “’Who beat you up? Tom Robinson or your father?’ No answer.” Here is where she had a chance to tell the truth.
Markandaya argues that fear is overpowering on Rukmani’s family. “But in us there was nothing left –no joy, no call for joy. It had come too late.”(pg.77) In this quote, there is a drought that ruined the land therefore there will be no food to feed the family. Fear is overpowering in this statement because Rukami fears her family is going to starve without the land. Her family is livings life where they cannot control what could happen to them because they don’t have money to fix these problems nor do they have the power to stop them.
They get angry when Sr. Helen stays on Matt’s side and help him out. In this situation, we understand what they are going through. Their children are already dead, “they will never see them graduate from college; they will never attend their wedding; they will never have Christmas with them again; there will be no grandchildren.”. Delacroixs spilt up because the wife wants to put the past behind her and move on…I feel sorry for them and also for Matt who couldn’t control himself and wants to impress Vitello who is “as tough as hell”. Sr. Helen knows and understands the sorrow that they get and she just want to be next to Matthew in order to lead him to the execution with a heart of love and being redeemed.
The second reason I do not think that men and women are treated equally in the U.S. and around the world is because women are not able to choose who they marry. A woman in Pakistan ran away with the man that she wanted to be with and eloped. This is very looked down upon in the country. Since this happened the couple has 2 kids and has moved twice in order to get away from threats to their lives. The woman’s family did not like her decision at all, they have told police that the man had kidnapped her and have also had people go to their house and give them death threats.
The people of America now were able to see the suffering of the “Great Depression” at its worst. Florence became known as the “Migrant Mother.” She was ashamed of these pictures and felt as if her true character had not been reflected. People started to come from all over to the fields where Florence’s little ragged tent was suppose to be setup to help her and the other impoverished families, but Florence had moved on. Sadly, she never received any kind of help from the pictures being
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She warns her family that ‘he’s giving us rope so that we’ll hang ourselves.’ Sheila understands that avoiding the truth is useless in the face of his questioning. She knows they cannot avoid being confronted by the awful truth of their responsibility for the death of Eva/Daisy because he knows what it is they have done already. The Inspector has made her aware of herself and her actions and this leaves her wanting to change and help those she can. Eric Eric seems embarrassed and awkward at the begging of the play, with the first mention of him being ‘Eric suddenly guffaws’. This continues with his being unable to explain why he laughed, perhaps indicating nervousness.
In fact he becomes so angry that he tells Ophelia that he never loved her and that instead of marrying she should go to a nunnery rather then pass on her genes to children. At this point in the story, Hamlet makes it seem as if he is not interested in women anymore. For the readers perspective at this point in the story they are clue less as to the true feelings of Hamlet. Hamlet also does not have very much respect for his mother anymore. This may be why he has such a difficult time getting along with women.