This conflict is person vs. herself because those girls are suffering without their mother. When the days were going on, there day came home and told them something that made them freak out. There dad told them that there aunty is coming from India to take care of them. They were freaked out because they don’t want no one to take over there mom place. There mom and aunty never get along with each other.
“Lenina was left to face the horrors of Malpais unaided” (111). For Lenina to see woman breast feeding their babies and families gathered around to watch, it just made her more disgusted. In the State Lenina lives in, families and emotions like love and relationships are prohibited and prevented. In order for Lenina to be happy she depends on her soma to help her get her through the day without any emotions that will give her pain and sorrow. However, because she forgot her soma, she had to suffer through the ceremony and all the horrible thoughts that came to her
Even more, she intentionally rejects Willard Pretty Dog as a lover after she learns that she's pregnant with his child. Aside from her self-determined inner human, Ida is known to be very stubborn. Manipulated and betrayed by people she trusted, Ida commits herself to withdrawing from the world and refuses to interact except on her own terms. Her silence creates confusion and misunderstanding in the lives of the children she raises, and this confusion and misunderstanding are in turn passed on to Rayona. Ida is primarily a static character, unlike Christine, Ida does not grow and change.
Curley’s wife wasn’t allowed to talk to nobody’ but she found any excuse to be outside and talk to everyone. No one there wanted to talk to her because they were scare they would get in trouble. Everyone said she would give you “the eye” that’s why everyone tried not to talk to her. Guys there said that she would do anything just so you will talk to her. If someone was to talk to her, everybody would think that that person and her had a think going.
Women didn't get the vote until 1920, but it didn't improve tolerance for their rights much. They were still seen as less than equal, discouraged in pursuing higher education and told their only purpose was to be a wife and mother. Women like Margaret Sanger and Emma Goldman who advocated birth control were actually jailed! Workers in general were treated badly, such as by mining companies, who even refused bathroom breaks to workers, forcing them to urinate in their clothes! If they tried to form unions, like the IWW, they were arrested without cause, usually beaten and jailed.
This cant be answered unless you know the events Janie had to overcome during her childhood. The movie does a great job of showing Janie's disgust for Logan Killicks. Although Janie has absolutely no interest in Logan, she ends up marrying him. There was no love in their relationship, the only reason Janie's nanny made her marry was because she was scared, scared that she would die and Janie would be left alone with nothing. Nanny wanted to feel like Janie was stable, so she could rest in peace.
Her mother becomes disinterested in Waverly and no longer cares about her. Instead, she tells the family that “this girl not have concerning for us” (10). With this cruel and undeserving statement, Ma pushes away Waverly since she knows that Waverly is no longer out to please her. Moreover, she tells the family to not care for Waverly either, completely isolating her daughter from the rest of the family. Mother blocks Waverly from living a good life with her shallow values and lack of love towards her only
Having my mom see my bedroom a complete mess made me feel terrible about myself. She would always yell at me for the dumbest reasons anyway so I just stopped listening at a very young age. But like always, I got grounded for not cleaning my room. Typical of my mother, but my dad couldn’t care less if my room was messy or clean. It was my room after all.
Because of her apparent sexuality, the men on the ranch ignore and never want anything to do with her. But because she is Curley's wife and Curley is an easily wound up former boxer, they see her as trouble. All of the men are sure that she would try to seduce them and then they would get in trouble and be fired by the boss. So, she's only ever allowed to talk to Curley and always feels lonely because of it. She doesn't like Curley in the least and doesn't enjoy being around him.
Janie didn’t like that and refused to work and “worship” him for the sixty acres that he had. She threatened to leave him because of his lack of compassion for her and because she wanted better for herself. “You don’t need mah help out dere, Logan. Youse in yo’ place and Ah’m in mine” (31). This shows Janie standing up for herself against Logan because she feels that she doesn’t have to work if she doesn’t want to.