This line is Girl’s response to Mother Hicks stating that her mother cares and wants her back. This quote shows her determination and pride which is hidden in the subtext. Throughout these two plays you get to know, and begin to have an understanding for both Oedipus Rex and Mother Hicks. I discovered many connections between both of these plays, yet Oedipus and Mother Hicks profound bravery continually kept me
In turn, this made everyone think of her works as pedophiliac. “Mann has been accused of building her reputation [as an artist] on the exploitation of her children” (Higonnet, 403). Despite critics’ destructive interpretations of her work, I strongly believe that Mann embodies both the ideal characteristics of a feminist artist and being a good mother to her children. Not only has Mann made a huge impact in the arts, creating a female aesthetic through “the violation of a gender role,” but she also manages to find a median between her work and her children, ultimately combining the latter to produce a collaborative relationship to encapsulate one of the greatest themes of American art: family (Higonnet, 417). Sally Mann
Instead of just using the word women, she uses “we” because she wants the reader to feel that she and the audience is a part of this statistic too. I think Kamenetz is trying to reach a very broad audience, rather than target any certain audience. She, in a way, is targeting men of all ages. I think that showing men that people are equal regardless of sex is the most important in this case, and she realizes this as well. She does a great job of relating to all audiences, to see her possible solution to the rising issues occurring.
” (2nd paragraph) are straightforward statements. They point strongly to the idea. The author takes her case to make it general and is showing that she represents all those people in the same case. She emphasizes the ethical appeal; she projects an impression to the readers and listeners. The repetition of the pronouns “I” and “You” make her ideas stronger and more specific.
Second, she is, on the outside, everything I wanted to be. Good looks, beautiful, have all the men want her, nice, funny. Then, I look and see all the things that she has and is going through: it makes me realize that it is what she has gone through that makes her how she is. Interest: I feel that T. Smith is interesting just by her history. The things that I learned prior to this assignment and during it, have astonished me.
He would never say rude comments to her face but he never hesitated to say them under his breath where she couldn’t here. He never found Ellen attractive. After making fun of her and seeing each other they create a relationship among each other. He then begins to start to transform her from the way she talks and stands to what she wears and her weight. “He’s going to have a beautiful face, I said, “by the time we’re through.” (Sache, 118) While talking to the sales person he says she will look beautiful only because she will have new clothes and will be wearing makeup.
‘Maybe you better go along to your own house now. We don’t want no trouble’ this shows that the workers were cautious of being caught with Curley’s wife and sent her on her way to avoid conflict. Curley treasures his wife and if she were caught in any trouble, even if it was her fault, she’d be seen as innocent. Finally, Steinbeck also presents women as attractive and confident. The quotes ‘If he ain’t, I better look someplace else, she said playfully’ and ‘Hi, Good-lookin’.’ These show all the workers think Curley’s wife is attractive and she knows this, so she’s being confident with them.
When I was ready to talk myself out of applying to fellowships, he persuaded me to go for it. He was my practice audience for my first radio interview, television interview, and every major presentation. His good judgment makes it easy to share my burdens with him—and my good fortunes, too. Because your spouse knows the extent of your troubles, your successes become that much more meaningful. While I may not tell my close friends or my parents the details of a new opportunity, I don’t need to hold back with David.
This amount of enthusiasm and energy women showed at work changed male attitude towards them and many realised these women were perfectly capable of being able to vote. The historian John Ray believes that WWI helped the decision to grant women the vote as “Women proved by their work that they deserved the vote equally with men.” And that “their war efforts succeeded where the suffragette campaign had failed”. However some believe that the great war in fact slowed the process of getting votes for women as before the breakout of war it looked like women were going to be granted the vote when Henry Asquith agreed to allow all suffragettes in prison to be released and arranged a meeting between the
Well in keeping to herself she met a boy that she thought was the best thing ever. He was one of those boys who tell you what you want to hear for only so long. In my opinion he was a boy that knew her weaknesses and did what he knew she wanted just to get her where he wanted her to be. In any case she fell head over heels for him, and in return he changed everything about her and who she was. she went from a girl who was against puttin in contacts because she didnt want to hurt her eye to wearing contacts of every color.