The tragedy starts from here. Sylvia wants to turn the newly freed Tina into the star she should be. But Judy became a selfness mother and do not want the public know that she has a daughter. Act 2 is more deranged as we meet two other characters: Eve and Miss Block. When Eve (Louis’s mother) took out the gun, all people were killed at the end, only Tina alive and left the apartment to persuade her super-star dream.
Ellie again questions herself and her actions when she blows up a lawnmower to save her friends. She battles with her decision and believes she is a murderer. Although the choices she makes may deliver pain and trauma to others, her human spirit shines through the chaos to help her succeed. Through the characters in ‘Tomorrow When the War Began’, Marsden shows the human spirit’s ability to grow and triumph. Ellie’s decisive ability and her morals are thrown into chaos when she arrives at the family house and finds her dogs dead.
Ben Waller Mrs. Callaham Honors English II November 15, 2013 Antigone The tragic hero in the play Antigone is the main character Antigone. She stands up for what she believes in and faces the punishment that she doesn't deserve. Creon wants Antigone and her sister to die because he is afraid they are going to steal the thrown from him, but in the end everything turns to the worst. Antigone dies with a clean conscience after burying her brother even though she knew she would die. Antigone was born into the royal family.
For example in “Destroying Avalon” Avalon had to face the death of her best friend Marshall who took his own life because of being bullied for so many years and not letting anyone to support him through his tough times. “Marshall is dead” was repeated in the book to emphasize the feeling of grief Avalon faced. In “The Colour Purple” death and loss is shown when both Celie’s children are taken away from her at birth and is given the impression that they where killed. Bullying occurs the day you are born by society determining colours, interest and behaviours that suit the type of gender you are. However bullying doesn’t really show it’s self until we go to school, this style of bullying can be verbal, physical or electronic.
Instead she would just lay with her daughter until she was finally able to throw the baby overboard but “quickly after that she jumped in too” (Danticat 26). Célianne seemed to feel that if she couldn’t have her daughter, she shouldn’t live either. This shows that as a mother the bond with your child is so strong that you would do anything for them. In Nineteen Thirty-Seven, Josephine and her mother Manman’s relationship is strained because her mother is in prison for allegedly killing an infant. Ever since the day her mother was put in prison, she has not said a word to her mother.
"It made me wonder though, what would have happened if Kate had been healthy. Chances are, I'd still be floating up in Heaven or wherever, waiting to be attached to a body to spend some time on Earth" (page 8, Anna). This quote really shows how much her sister means to her, she would rather Kate be happy and do what she wants and Anna just listen to what she needs. In the movie, Anna is up on the stand giving her testimony, and Jesse freaks out and tells her to tell the truth about why she was really bringing her parents to court; Kate wanted to die, she didn't want the kidney transplant to save her life. This is a dedicated sister, Anna didn't say a word until the end because that is what Kate wanted her to do.
Her mother purposely drops 3-day-old Abduhl, who is injured. Clarice escapes with Abduhl, from her mother’s violent behavior, never to return there. Fortunately, Abduhl suffers only a minor injury, as a result of this violent incident. With the assistance of Clarice’s teacher, Miss Rain, Clarice and her son are placed in a half- house. Mongo soon comes to live with her there as well.
She enters her own in-between-heaven. Susie watches her family from heaven. She sees how they all cope with her disappearance, and deal with the fact that she was murdered and never coming back. She tries to give her family the power to move on, and help them get back to normal. Un-fortune things don’t work out the way she wants it to.
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings In Maya Angelou’s autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, we read about Maya’s struggle with her feelings about not having her parents around to help her through the racism of her time. Though Maya had a rough upbringing, the hard times of her childhood help shape her into the bright, strong, and independent woman she is today. Maya, or commonly known as Ritie, was raised with no parents. Ritie was content with living with her “momma” until the “terrible Christmas.” RItie was confident that her parents were dead, even though people told her that they were in California eating all the oranges they could. By receiving these gifts Ritie felt, “rudely awakened.” Though they don’t want to this made Ritie and Bailey think, “What did we do so wrong?” They Know that they did nothing wrong, but they couldnt help pondering the question.
Therefore, she named this diary "Kitty" and poured out her heart on these pieces of paper. At first, she knew it was stupid but she did not care because she could not stand keeping things to her self any longer. One day, Anne's sister, Margot, and Anne's dad was called up to the concentration camp. Their whole family was very worried over this matter, as there will be no return after going to the concentration camp. Therefore, their whole family decided to go into a hiding.