She illustrates her mental strength when she shoots the man’s horse down. “Again (David) missed, but Rosalind’s second shot took his horse in the head” (139). Another daring action of Rosalind proves how her mental strength succeeding in keeping the group safe. Even though when David tried to shoot, he missed twice, So Rosalind uses her mental abilities and focused on the horse and shot it in her second shot. Lastly, along with her mental and physical strength there is a much more deeper strength in Rosalind does not reveal to anyone And this strength in her is capable to hide her emotional part of her life inside herself and keep moving forward.
All characters in The Grapes of Wrath bear moment's of deep self disappointment; however, Ma does not create a chance for them to stumble. Instead, she protects her family from people who would try to break their spirit. For example, Rose of Sharon is approached by a religious woman, who panics her into believing that the baby she will have will be ruined for life. Ma Joad understandingly knows how easily ones spirit can
In Year of Wonders Anna Frith is presented as “too good to be true”, she may be seen as a courageous and honorable character, but Anna, like everyone, has her flaws and is thus a believable and realistic character. Anna fears risks of situations, experiences jealousy and desire, turns to the wrong solution for her grief, and questions her faith throughout the novel. Anna acts bravely and risks her life in unfamiliar situations though she still fears the risks. This is demonstrated when Anna helps birth Mary Daniel’s baby as the Gowdies are gone and Randall Daniel had no one to turn to so he went to Mrs. Mompellion. Mrs Mompellion had never conceived a child herself so it was up to Anna as she had the most experience out of the two.
From the beginning to the end of the path, Phoenix's mind and body are working together; her conflicts begin when her mind is asked to take over. The incident with the young hunter gives us some perspective on her state of mind. "I seen plenty go off closer by, and for less than what I done" (paragraph 58). Phoenix is clearly indicating that she has done something wrong and in a situation where there is a gun and no witnesses, a statement like that becomes very life threatening. Fortunately for her, he trusts her to be a senile old woman and doesn't bother to dwell on what the comment really means.
Elris Percell is as strong as platinum steel, but my relationship with Mrs. Una Smith is as weak as a matchstick that can easily bend and break under a peerson’s thumb. Mrs. Elris is a strong, virtuous, caring, and intelligent woman who can discuss just about anything with an individual. She can tell who is untrustworthy and who is trustworthy; although, Una Smith is a strong, careless, and angry woman who lacks compassion for others. She has an egocentric personality due to a rough and uneasy childhood. When a person talks about a current situation in his or her life, she would always include herself in the situation as if the world revolves around her.
The only thing accepted in orthodox societies are traditional beliefs. Even if a great idea is introduced to that society, it won't be acknowledged or accepted just because it is new and different. Abigail was a very creative character herself. She went through several transformations in the story . She pretty much lead the other girls in their “fits” related to bewitching, pretends to see things like the bird (which was not actually there), “Why-?...Why do you come yellow bird?” (Miller 106) It's not that she is lying to avoid punishment and to assert power over her community; her stories and her claims are pretty inventive.
She a very loving person, helpful, peacemaker, family oriented, spiritual, and educated. Never committed a crime, faced many financial hard times. She aware of her constant attitude and strives to change it but for whatever reason she just can’t seem to get it right. Anntionette seems to react in certain situations in an unseemly way because she can’t control her actions. She has work various
Although Lindsey seems like a tough girl she is also very caring. Lindsey cares for all of her friends and the people she is close with. While reading the novel 1st to Die, a reader will notice that the main character Lindsey is brave, determined and caring. First of all, a main trait in Lindsey is that she is brave. Lindsey is not afraid of what might happen to her as long as she is helping someone else.
After taking all the actions from the grandmother and the Misfit into consideration, readers view that the grandmother naturally obtained grace and has given grace to the Misfit. As the grandmother continues to talk to the Misfit, she doesn’t realize how selfish and self-centered she is, all she wants to do was to save herself from danger. Throughout the whole story, there has been details about the cruelty and selfishness of the grandmother. She is a manipulator, she uses indirect actions to get satisfaction for herself. There's a part at the beginning of the story where the grandmother uses the kids to convince her son to turn back and go visit the old house she mentioned.
Women are very influential. For Montag they help his transformation from a closed-minded man to a radical changing society. In Fahrenheit 451 everyone just plays by the rules, no questions asked. The women help Montag’s change in the novel by making him realize his emotions for others, why he should question the world, and stand up for what he believes in. Human emotions include love and compassion, which is still not simple enough for Montag’s generation.