After the incident of her mother taken away from her she drastically became a whole another person. At her new foster home Antonia wasn't as nice as she once was. Antonia was rather rude to her foster parents Tillie and Luis. She was open minded and caring before but once she was brought into the new foster family it was as if she had lost these character traits. She still showed love to her mother and brothers but she still boxed out the foster parents who have treating her as a princess.
In turn this event began to eat at her father’s ability to stay present for his daughters, leaving only Tana to be there for Pearl. Years later, Tana has been given the Cold and Pearl is now left with no one there for her. This character is easy to sympathize with because she has gone through many hardships at a young age, and is left with no family to care for her Next, the author makes it so that the reader can easily sympathize with Tana. This is because Tana is used and attacked by her mother, who was unable to control her temptations. The Cold makes you thirsty for human blood and Tana’s mother manipulated her and appealed to her naivety by saying that she changed and was better.
She prefers to spend more time with herself than with her family because of this she has a weak relationship with her parents. The story discusses how she has two sides: one for home and one for not being home. Her abduction was solely due to her fault for her appearance that she presented in public, to the relationship that she had with her family and lastly her naiveness. The antagonist Arnold Friend somehow knew about Connie. He saw a great opportunity the moment he set his eyes on her.
Although both Winston and Julia do not like the Party their philosophy when it comes to life and the Party are different. Julia grew up in the time were there was always the Party unlike Winston making her want to rebel against the adults. Julia is pretends to be a conformist but rebells against the Party because she feels she should not be controlled. Julia is part of the Party but rebells when her and Winston make love. Going against Big Brother with Winston was not Julia's first time, proving her to disagreement with The Party thoughts.
Connie’s Escape Connie is fifteen and is always worried about how her appearance looks. Her mother don't like the fact she spends more time looking her self herself in the mirror then being neat and responsible like June, her older sister. Connie seems to ignores her mother’s criticisms most of the time. In order to escape her reality she opens the screen door to get away for from her family and be in some kind of fantasy. I think there were other reasons also, but the story points to this one in many places.
Sonja is not satisfied with the dispassionate marriage she is having with Leon as she describes it as merely “going through the motion”. She also suspects Leon of having extramarital affair and once Leon confesses his “one night stand that happened twice” their marriage breaks. However, because Leon hardly tries to communicate with his wife about his inner feelings and thoughts, it is this rare courage of honesty and his latter efforts that save his marriage. Honesty also acts as a tool that penetrates their respective emotional walls that are set private to each other. After
Further along, in act 3, Sheila and Eric’s bond became more and more stronger as they backed each other up from their parents when the Birlings thought that everything is fine and sorted out because the inspector wasn’t a real police officer. Here Sheila expresses herself and that’s when we understand that they are thinking the same way. “That’s just what I feel, Eric.” That “just” emphasise in how alike the two minds are and the complete agitation they are feeling because of their parents “not understanding”. A page on wards, Shiela believes in her parent’s ignorance and says that no matter what we do, Eva is still dead and no money payback from Eric is going to change this. After hearing this, Eric immediately agrees with her and fights for and with his sister” and it doesn’t alter the fact that we helped to kill her”.
Observant and wise, my mom always said Olga and I had a special connection. Whether it was playing in the backyard or trying to block out her noisy snoring during the night, she was unlike anything else. But as days went on, guilt built up. Our whole family didn’t like to see Olga’s sad, neglected face when we drove away to go on with our daily routines. So after many pleads and pleases to my parents, it wouldn’t just be one bulldog at the Browning household.
Comparison Katniss is a strong, unselfish, and independent young woman who is a heroine in the story. I see a lot of similarities between us two because I myself have had to grow up faster than planned. From a very young age, I was always stuck home to care for my brother while my mom went to work to support us. In the book, Katniss is a young lady who takes care of her mom, her sister and their family cat because her dad died in an underground mine explosion. I find her strong because she takes responsibility for hunting the food for supper and making sure her family has all their needs.
Unsatisfied by her surly husband, she constantly sneaks around the barn, trying to make the workers conversate with her. Curley’s wife dream was to be a Hollywood actress but this dream is unreachable due to her ruling husband. She imagines how great it would be to stay in nice hotels, own lots of beautiful clothes, and have people want to take her photograph. Curly is so overprotective and will not let her do anything unless he approves it which really rarely happens. For her to reach this dream she has to have more freedom from Curly or just leave him.