This novels protagonist is Marguerite Johnson. She loves her family, especially her brother Bailey. She is the narrator of the story and writes about her journey through her adolescent years. This character is round, because she gets excited, confused, and depressed. This character is also dynamic, because she learns that she needs to get to know people to fully trust the no matter how close they are.
These two students were seen as the outcast crowd or the out-group, but Cady has no idea. Much to her surprise, Cady finds herself embraced by a clique of rich and popular girls known to outsiders as "the Plastics," led by Regina George, Gretchen Weiners, and Karen Smith. While Cady is grateful for her new friends, it doesn't take long for her to realize how manipulative they can be, and she soon discovers she's violated an unwritten law when she goes out on a date with Aaron, who is charming, good looking...and Regina's former boyfriend. It isn't long before Regina and her pals are on the warpath, and Cady must face a level of vengeful behavior for which years in the jungle never prepared her. Looking at this movie from a social psychologist perspective, it provides ample amount of evidence which prove many theories and principles correct.
Against all of their struggles of having this secretive relationship both Vermeer and Griet were able to increase their knowledge and love of painting and produce a beautiful, simplistic yet powerful painting of Griet as the girl with a pearl earring. Griet worked for a family whose way of life was quite different from that of her own. She had to adapt to, and stay strong in a very chaotic atmosphere that stemmed from Vermeer and his wife right down to the other maids. Besides that she had to deal with the sexual advances from one Vermeer’s clients, Van Ruijven, who was the reason behind the painting of a girl with a pearl earring and who also seemed to trouble anything with a pulse. With all of that going on she still tried to keep her budding romance with the butcher’s son alive.
He tells her that she is acting in a way he doesn't approve of, he says that she is ‘walkin’ wavy’ and that this is making men notice her and ‘their heads are turning like windmills’. The thing is, it is Eddie who we see is the one who notices her growing up into an attractive woman, and his desire for her is the cause of the tragedy that ends the play. The way their relationship changes through Act 1 sets up the situation that will end in the death of Eddie at the end of the play. Eddie Carbone and his wife Beatrice have brought up Eddie’s niece Catherine like their own daughter. They do not have children of their own.
She sleeps with Albert and even has the audacity to ask Celie if it’s okay. Even though Celie doesn’t like her husband even hates it is not okay to do so. These are all examples of Shug’s harlot like sex escapades. In the middle of the story Shug begins to be a better person by being a friend for Celie. Shug helps Celie with her abusive husband.
This epistolary novel, being written in first person, has given the readers a deeper understanding and emotion into inner personal changes, as well as changes in relationships and changes in religion. This illustrates that change is found in every aspect of life; whether that involves an individual, a group of people, or nothing to do with people but the environment they live in. Alice Walker introduces change of personal and inner alterations within her novel “The Color Purple”. Among the pages 183 and 184, Celie improves her attitude towards life significantly as she writes letters to her dearly loved sister, Nettie. As she writes to her, she explains how happy she is with her life at that point in time.
Loisel has in her life, such as, the relationship she has with herself, with her husband, and with her “friend”, Mme. Forestier. The fake relationship she has with herself is the main reason for all the troubles she goes through now and later in her life. She thinks she belongs with those of the upper-class. Because of this, she sacrifices her husband’s happiness for her own dreams of being accepted into a higher society.
This young lady is not taken seriously first. However, after getting married to businessman who falls in love in with her, she begins to dedicate her life to her country. Day by day, with the help of members of the cabinet, she improves all her qualifications like rhetoric and persuation skills. She and her cabinat begins to believe in Thatcher. However, her husband thinks that she is being too greedy for being a Prime Minister and sacrifices her family to the community.
In the second stanza, Maya says that no matter how cool she enters a room, men fall for Her and falls on their knees, they swarm around her like bees. She claims that it’s the passion in her eyes, the shine of her teeth when she smiles, the movement of her waist and the lightness of her feet that win men over. She is phenomenally a phenomenal woman. She considers herself as supreme and outstanding. In the third stanza, she says she remains a mystery to men.
Angustias, the eldest of Bernarda’s daughters is the richest and seeks to obtain freedom from Bernarda’s grip. Magdalena and Amelia which are the two middle sisters have a minor voice in the play but remain submissive to Bernarda and her rule by mostly gossiping amongst themselves. A character which forms a number of the reactions throughout the play is Martirio, who may have been married off but was not due to her mother’s destructive nature. She also cares and loves Pepe el Romano, of whom Angustias is engaged and Adela having an affair. Adela is the youngest daughter and the rebel of the family.