As she refuses to talk to anybody, the child created her own imaginary world being unwilling to look at the reality: “Why couldn't he understand that if he kept quiet, if all of them kept quiet, her parents would hear her and come to take her home?” (47). Through the story, her illusion state changes and tend to become a realistic one. Step by step she has no choice but to find in herself enough courage to accept and to surpass the situation. Nandana can be considered a hero because, as it painful, she finally accepts and begins to talk. Secondly, there's Nirmala, Nandana's grandmother, who was binged back to reality.
Also, when the search for their kind began, she was very patient with David and Petra because they were very unprepared. Overall, Rosalind Morton has many strong characteristics, which make her a dynamic and important character to the novel. Out of the whole group, Sophie Wender and Rosalind Morton stand out as dynamic and significant characters to the novel. Both hold similarities while being two very different people. Rosalind has many describing traits, but three of her most defining would be strong, smart, and patient.
Douglass’s key demonstration of the corruption of slave owners is Sophia Auld, a woman who had never been a slaveholder before her husband attained Douglass. In the book when she first meets Douglass she is kind to him, but she in time becomes cynical and unsympathetic. She was corrupted when her husband said to her, “If you teach that nigger (Frederick Douglass) how to read, there would be no keeping him. It would forever unfit him to be a slave. He would at once become unmanageable, and of no good, but a great deal of harm.
But after they were “released” they had nothing to do, they had grown up having structure, being told what to do; now they are lost. But the conditions before this was unbearable for some. the conditions along with the lack of nutrients and abuse, it helped them when they “escaped”. They don’t have the same opportunities as the “whites” and also this is left with them through many generations, always being looked down upon by the “superior” race. Even to today, this is still happening, a superior race, we try to say that everyone is equal but no African Americans would believe this, but this is all starting to change now that the US have a African American president.
In the epic poem of “Beowulf” a lot of themes can be seen throughout the story, but the one that stands out the most is the universal theme Good vs. Evil. Beowulf fights for good with extraordinary characteristics and values such as courage, virtue, generosity, protection, heroism, and strength; which is a fact that Beowulf represents good. To support it a good example would be; “…'twas widely known that against God's will the ghostly ravager, him could not hurl to haunts of darkness; wakeful, ready, with warrior's wrath, bold he bided the battle's issue”(X, 44-48), which means that Beowulf comes in behalf of god and fights Grendel and his mother who represent evil because Grendel tries to destroy the city of Hrothgar. An example would be; “So lived the clansmen in cheer and revel a winsome life, till one began to fashion evils, that fiend of hell” (I, 47-49).
But the one that mostly showed through out the novel would be never give up. Nathalie was rejected twice from the Ester P. Marinoff, yet Mrs. Flanagan never quite trying because she wanted the best for her child. Mrs. Flanagan also tried helping Nathalie before even if her methods where strange to others. This is a important theme because if you give up you’ll
Ashley was so confused that the only thing she could think of to say was yes, when she should have said no! Ashley became their friend but she never got why they wanted to be her friend. The mean girls were totally the antithesis of her; they were really preppy and wore expensive name brand clothing, and Ashley was not preppy and did not have much money. Everyday Ashley wished she could just ascend to a higher stage in her life but she couldn’t. Both of Ashley’s parents were normally austere.
Nora is the most admirable character in the whole play. Back in the day when it takes place, it was unthinkable that a woman could leave her husband to obtain freedom. However, Nora had the courage to take the step forward and abandon the man she no longer loved. She chose to support herself and educate herself to be a better person. The marriage between her and Torvald was not a true marriage; they never understood each other and never talked about serious matters.
The evil that I felt was portrayed in Charlotte Temple is not the independence Charlotte wants, but the realization that she can’t get her independence happily without the financial and emotional assistance that others can give her. She even admits her confinement to being reliant on others after the letter from her parents. She says, “I will not wound the hearts of those dear parents who make my happiness the whole study of their lives…"(Rowson 46). This evil element of trying to discover her own independence taunts Charlotte throughout the text. Charlotte Temple, by Susannah Rowson was popular in the 19th Century simply because it was just that; simple.
Tomorrow, When the War Began text response essay: Tomorrow, When the War Began, written by John Marsden, is a novel that shows us the kinds of changes people go through when they are faced with adversity, and why those changes occur. It shows us how one situation can affect each person differently. In the novel Fiona starts off by being the “perfect girl” in the group. She has been well brought up by a wealthy family. “She looked like she had never done any hard work in her life, never been in the sun, never got her hands dirty.” In the beginning she is depicted as being small, delicate and fragile but as the story progresses Fiona shows that she is willing to do what the others thought she couldn’t.