Edward scissor hands directed by Tim burton is a movie about personal suffering we see how Edward struggles to belong to suburbia. His appearance is unique from his pale skin to his massive razor sharp scissor hands. In this movie there are other characters that also suffer for example Esmeralda, she is an outcast she doesn’t mix with her neighborhood because she a religious zealot. Edwards love interest Kim also goes through hardship, from her bad boyfriend disrespecting her and getting her into trouble. She is in a conflict because she wants to be with her “normal” boyfriend but she actually falls in love with Edward.
• “ I get awful lonely sometimes “ showing how the other people stay out of her way and don’t like her. • “ But your kinda nice fella, jus a big baby” showing her feelings and kindness towards Lennie. • “ he says he gonna put me in the movies”. Showing that she had dream and that it didn’t come true, this then could give us and idea why she is so mean to other people in the ranch. • “ her body flopped like a fish” showing her helplessness towards Lennie.
Her whole world went black and gloomy that day, and after her son’s death she just didn’t feel as if her life had meaning anymore. Aibileen has a quite strong dislike for whites now because when her son was severely injured at work, his fellow white coworkers did very little to help him; resulting in his death. Her bitterness emerges throughout the book, specifically when Mrs. Leefolt suggests that blacks were dirty. In response to this comment she said “I feel that bitter seed growing inside a me, the one planted after Treelore died. I want to yell so loud that Baby Girl can hear me that dirty isn’t a color, disease ain’t the Negro side a town.” Her son is her main motivation to keep pressing on through life no matter what.
I think the problems are that the norms of the 1950's were wrong and people got too involved in other people’s business. I feel that most people during the 1950’s who discriminated were ignorant as hell and didn’t understand what was really going on. I feel like people who were forced to act a way that was considered to be the right way or thing or grew up in a family that were brought up to hate people of color were the people who had the most problems and secrets that society wouldn’t even accept. During those times, people were so quick to judge someone only to distract people from their personal lives and problems. For example the scene where Frank and Cathy are arguing about her spending time with Raymond and Frank shows Cathy his strong
Finally- Transition When the women gives Taylor the baby, Taylor says- Lead in Quote- "If I wanted a baby, I would have stayed in Kentucky" Describe Doodle and brother, and their relationship (pg.44) Wednesday, September 19, 2012 7:57 AM It seems like their relationship involves much love , but the brother can get annoyed how he's incapable of doing many things himself I think the Lady and the Tiger frustrates us because it leaves us wondering and suspicious of what happened at the end. I think the author also refuses to us because she wants us to think and have some mystery and realize of how we really are in trying to visualize the situation and what we might have done. In the story, it talks about mixed emotions and feeling toward the
It is evident that Tan’s mother is considered by the society as inferior because of her broken English. Even her daughter was first ashamed of her due to the fact that she cannot speak good English that is understood by many people in the society. However, the significance of “Mother Tongue” in our lives is the overriding theme in the article. From the beginning, Tan struggles with her two different worlds. Being born in China but living in America, she seems ashamed of her roots and that is why she is embarrassed when her mother speaks broken English (Tan 142-146).
They did not think that the overbearing Mr. Wright would allow his wife to have one. According to Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters, Minnie Foster had been a wonderful singer and a very happy person in her younger years. After getting married, she became drab and sad. Because the two women knew this, they found it hard to believe that she had the bird. While looking at the cage, Mrs. Peters sees that the door to the cage is broken.
These characters were also thrown out of Poker Flats because they broke the accepted code of conduct that is abided by all the other citizens of Poker Flats. This story arouses sentimentality out of its reader many times. Readers most often feel sadness when they learn of Oakhurst’s death, Piney’s death, and the Duchess’s death. They might feel shock when Oakhurst kisses the Duchess, happiness and sorrow
Even her daughter as well as society later refers her mothers English as broken. And because of that in her younger years, Amy felt somewhat embarrassed by her mothers English. And felt that her view of her mother was legit because of instances as such in (3rd paragraph 507). “I had plenty of empirical evidence to support me: the fact that people in department stores, at banks, and at restaurants did not take her seriously, did not give her good service, pretended not to understand her, or even acted as if they did not hear
So I cannot really relate to how she feels. What I can relate with is the feeling of jealousy she feels about Doug knowing things about her father that she didn’t. I too get jealous need It be with my siblings instead of a boyfriend I know how jealously feels. Ruth did a good job of showing the pain, jealously, confusion she felt throughout this chapter by emotions she had and things she said throughout this chapter. Ruth realizes life isn’t all about her and cooking.