I will assume desert.” He is outraged when he finds Portia’s portrait not to be in the casket. Portia finds Arragon very arrogant. Portia feels very bound to her father’s oath. She feels that she cannot make any choices for herself and doesn’t understand why her father would do such a thing. “I may neither choose who I would, nor refuse who I dislike, so is the will of a living daughter
She called Atticus a “nigger-lover” just like how Tittle’s wife disagree with him playing football again right after he recovered his injuries from the past. To me, Aunt Alexandra was rude because that was an insult unlike Tittle’s wife who just disagreed with what he is going to do. Even though Atticus know that he might lose everything helping out the black client with his trial, he still helps him just like now Tittle know that he might lose his life playing football with such injuries but he still plays. This is not only courage to me but also brave to me because I would never be able to do what Tittle and Atticus did. Tittle is brave enough and be like Atticus who betted
Cal The antagonist is Cal. Cal is clearly the opposing character. He may seem as is if he is the victim, but all he does is deliberately attack Andre’s mother not understanding her situation and position. According to the play, Cal states “How many of us don’t want to hurt our mothers and live in mortal terror of their disapproval. Our lives aren’t furtive, just our feelings towards people like you” (50).
For example, her parents were racists because they did not allow their daughter to date Indians while he comes from an open-minded family who loved him dearly. For instance, Junior’s parents transferred him to Reardon because they want the best for him, but they also warn him that change will be hard. In conclusion, even though there are extreme differences between Penelope and Junior, both feel lonely
That is not the way one fights for a cause. Liberal as he maybe, these little actions seem more like that of a kid lashing at his mom out of resentment. He resented every part of his mother, from her florid hat, down to her outright racism because she reminded him of everything he once was, backwards thinking and racist. I also think that the author is trying to point out that, there is no use pretending to be someone you are not. At first glance, Julian seems to be a good guy.
When his most loved daughter comments on her sister’s reactions about his wishes, he then begins to go insane after irrationally separating his land between two of his three daughters based on their charm bringing terrible consequences for everyone. I would say that’s Lear’s first mistake; separating power and responsibility. His two eldest daughters are prepared to be in control of their own lives (age wise) but not necessarily mature enough. A reason of immaturity from the daughters that Lear didn’t notice was how fond they were of him when he declared his wanting, therefore, they aren’t ready to rule a kingdom. They allowed their father to act as if he is still in charge.
| But Cordelia, Lear’s youngest and favourite daughter, remains silent, saying that she has no words to describe how much she loves her father. | ‘unhappy that I am, I cannot heave my heart into my mouth; I love your majesty according to my bond, no more nor less’ (ACT1SCENE1-86-88)When the loyal Gloucester realizes that Lear’s daughters have turned against their father, he decides to help Lear in spite of the danger. | Regan and her husband, Cornwall, discover him helping Lear, accuse him of treason, blind him, and turn him out to wander the countryside. He ends up being led by his disguised son, Edgar, toward the city of Dover, where Lear has also been brought. | The quote I was given is Act4 scene5 ‘Come on, sir, here’s the place.
Annabelle is having a hard time accepting the fact that her father and mother aren’t together anymore and her father has been replaced with Stan. Stan makes her uncomfortable and she doesn’t like the way he behaves as a replacement for her father.“Stan read the letter. Grinning hugely, he looked up at Annabelle. “She’ll have done it for a dare, I bet. Good on yer, Annabelle.
For instance, she is looking forward to the moment when the narrator can be fending for himself, and when she realize its Saturday she quickly tells him he can’t be in the house because Dan is coming. Dan is Kay’s boyfriend, and Dan surely doesn’t like the narrator, since he has to leave the house every time he comes over, yet another sign that his mother doesn’t care about him, because reasonable parents would never date a person, who hate their kids. We also get an insight where the narrator called his mother a whore and she hit him with a bottle. Later in the story, Kay realizes what an effect Dan had on the narrator and decided to end it with Dan, she also finds sketches of the graffiti the narrator has been working on, and realized it was her son, who was the one committing crime in the city. Still Kay takes all the blame for misdirection of their