In turn this event began to eat at her father’s ability to stay present for his daughters, leaving only Tana to be there for Pearl. Years later, Tana has been given the Cold and Pearl is now left with no one there for her. This character is easy to sympathize with because she has gone through many hardships at a young age, and is left with no family to care for her Next, the author makes it so that the reader can easily sympathize with Tana. This is because Tana is used and attacked by her mother, who was unable to control her temptations. The Cold makes you thirsty for human blood and Tana’s mother manipulated her and appealed to her naivety by saying that she changed and was better.
We can see through her thoughts the dangers of living your life in a fantasy constructed by your mind and thoughts. She goes through the everyday actions of her life in an auto-pilot sort of mode. She does not appreciate what she has in her life and how fortunate she really is. Mathilde Loisel character development throughout the short story is important to the theme that the author is attempting to express, which is one can never truly understand how fortunate they are until they lose what they have and only then can they be appreciative of what they have. The reason why Mathilde Loisel character is important to the theme of story is because she strengthens the theme of the story.
In contrast to Cindy’s new found self esteem, her mother seemed to uphold a strong lack of confidence in her daughter and in herself as well. By the same token, in the second article “The Thrill of Victory … The Agony of Parents”, the author presents the opposition through her mother. Jennifer Schwind’s mother appeared as an embarrassment to her publicly and emotionally. “In a voice so screeching that it rivaled fingernails on a blackboard, she told him that he was a disgraceful coach and that he should be ashamed of himself” (Pawlak 3). While in her mother’s eyes, she only supported her daughter and craved the absolute best for her child.
Rose is ﬁrst introduced in the novel while she is collecting Dolly at a pub, at the age of 14 she refuses to do it anymore. Roses sense of strength starts to manifest at this ripe age as well as a growing hate for Dolly. Rose however tries to accept her metrical roles because of her Father, Sam. Rose loves her father dearly and takes up the cleaning and cooking of the household, ‘but she would always burnt the chops’. When Rose meets Oriel Lamb she senses the ﬁerce strength inside her and Rose starts to demonstrate the same qualities and stands up for herself.
Brian Johnson, is as normal as every students are, is dropped off by his mother and his little sister. They pressure him that he has to take his detention time to study and doing homework, yet he argues that student cannot do their homework during detention session. These students come to their school by different ways, and each way shows what kind of stereotype they begin. From what Brian’s mom did to him in the car, viewers can easily recognize that he is some kind of nerdy. Brian is forced to take advantage of his studying whenever he is able to do it.
Elizabeth is always asking her family how well they are and always telling her parents to say hi to her neighbours, friends, and acquaintances. Any immigrant coming by themselves will always be home sick until they start getting use to their new lifestyle in that new country. So for Elizabeth, she keeps God in mind and tells her parents to pray and that she’ll be praying for them as well. Elizabeth also talks about how she wishes all her family would come and join her in Canada, but she knows that that will never happen, so she tells her family, “if we never meet in this world I hope we will meet in the next”. This shows that money is a big issue and that not everyone can afford a ticket to go to Canada to be with their
Not everything in life will bring happiness, but with the help and support of loved ones, anybody should be able to find resolutions to their problems and move on with their lives. For Faye, she was on the verge of giving up hope because of extreme dissatisfaction with herself, but since she had the love and support of Kai, her worst fear ended with true
Josephine Alibrandi argues with her mother about her visiting her grandmother after school, her school behaviour, her mother’s personal life, her mother’s relationship with men other than her father and her own relationship with Jacob Coote. These are all the issues that teenagers express via arguments to their parents. Another association with adolescence is peer pressure. Throughout the novel, Josephine is pressured by her friends to do something which she believes isn’t right. An example of this is the walk-a-thon where Josephine is put in charge of taking care of the back of the group but she abandons her duty as her friends convince her into skipping school to meet a celebrity.
He meets his employer at his house to see if they had bird problems but is called a fool. Later he goes to wait for his daughter at the bus stop and wielding a hoe for protection. He gets her and as they’re walking home Mr. Trigg drives by and offers a ride to town Nat declined but asked if he could take his daughter home. As Nat gets to his house thousands of birds attack him. And he just gets in before certain death.
Here George, Lennie, And Candy become close to the goal of buying a house to live the American dream. Also the men realize that they must keep this plan a secret even from their friends, as they will try to keep them from achieving the dream. However Lennie was sitting in the barn then Curly’s wife came in, she a tramp and talking to Lennie. Next Lennie’s had got caught in her hear and she freaked out causing Lennie to panic, and in the moment Lennie has held her as she was flopping about and that caused her neck to snap. (Steinbeck 91) Here Lennie fell as he committed murder although he never meant to, never the less the act let to Lennie’s death and his greatest fall.