My best friend Eveline is someone I can call at anytime of the day or night and tell what is going on and know she will understand. I could trust her with my life and not have to think twice about it. She is someone that i tell my deepest and darkest secrets to and know that no matter what, she will never judge me. We are the type of friends who never get sick of each other and never run out of things to talk about. Eveline has inspires perspective on life that me to worry less and have more fun.
Pearl on the other hand is a flat character. From beginning to end Pearl has elf-like mannerisms and a sense of gaiety and freedom about her and she is always feisty. She lives her life one day at a time and remains innocent and pure throughout the novel and even later into her life according to the final chapter. The characters are believable because they accurately display human emotion. For example, Hester and Dimmesdale fell in love and committed adultery.
A straight A student, she would always do her homework and always was the top of her class. She would often complain sometimes whenever she was given loads of homework but would end completing her work anyway. She was always about hard work and dedication. I’m positive that if she would’ve had the chance she could’ve enrolled into a prestigious university. She was also quite the comedian; sometimes telling jokes or making fun of the people she cared for the most because she would always want to see a smile on a person’s face.
They were the ones who brought the truth and beauty to the party.” (20) This metaphor is important in both describing Lucy as a character as well as describing the bond between Lucy and Ann. Lucy, like the hare, has an attitude of invincibility. She lives her life carefree, not worrying about things like paying her bills for her breast implant surgery. Her teaching syllabus is of books she has not yet read, and she is frequently procrastinating, reading on the way to her class. On the other hand Ann is more like the tortoise.
Sadie demolishes the gender roles that have been ingrained in society by going into motherhood without a husband therefore, “Putting Ma, Pa, and Maud to shame.” In the Poem it states that, “Sadie scraped life with a fine toothed comb”. She didn't leave a tangle in. Her comb found every strand. Sadie was one of the livingest chicks in all the land. Sadie is evidently unfazed by the ridicule and lives life without missing a single strand, in other words taking life for what it is and loving every minute of it proving that going against society is at times acceptable and even necessary to be truly happy.
Sharon always wants the best for everyone no matter what condition they are in. Sharon has watched and helped me grow into the woman that I am today. I am very grateful for all the time, tears, prayers and love she has put into me over the years. When I first met Ms. Sharon I was a young lady. As I got to know her I became a woman.
I decided then, rather than to ignore her to actually appreciated her persistence. I believe that this persistence and ceaselessness is what helped her battle the disease. I cannot imagine taking these serious subjects and smiling and joking about them in the manner that she was able to, but she somehow always did. Taking on the role as the mother of me and my 2 sisters, plus her own 2 daughters; she never showed that things were too much for her to handle on her own. She lived her life to the fullest and, I think in some small way her cancer made her cherish what she had even more.
She is what you could call “the rock” of our family she keeps us all up, in our times of hardships. My grandmother made us all laugh when we were having a horrible day. My grandmother was just an all around great person. My grandmother has worked hard all her life, and she never gave up when times were hard, because she knew she had a family at home to provide for. It’s astonishing that my grandmother kept her head up high and her spirits strong through everything.
She told us every week, that we all have great talent and it felt really good, that she had such a confidence in our musical abilities. Finally, I can say that Mrs. Ide was the best teacher and she really cared about us. She helped everyone in her class to improve our voices and be more self-confident on stage. Also she taught us techniques, so that we were able to train at home alone. She was the person, who inspired me to make a singing education.
Lucy even hits her old best friend Penny, to show Bethan that they are the new and popular best friend couple. We still get the impression that Lucy don’t want to do these things, but she feels like she have to, to stay friends with Bethan and what friend and friendship is that? The narrator in this short story is a 1st person narrator, in this