Straight ahead. ‘They were always asking her things, before I came here.’ … ‘Did the Fuhrer take her away?’ … ‘I knew it.’ The words were thrown at the steps and Liesel could feel the slush of anger stirring hotly in her stomach. ‘I hate the Fuhrer’ she said. ‘I hate him.’” (115) Explanation 1a Liesel’s mom leaves her with foster parents because she wishes to protect her from the fate she is enduring. The words Paula, Liesel’s mom, uses go against Hitler which resulted in her being taken away and Liesel to lose her mother and experience the loss of her.
Mom? Dad? Both? On the surface, Evelyn Lau’s An Insatiable Emptiness examines a young girl’s descent into bulimia fueled by the emotional trauma of her controlling mother’s abuse. The mother’s ridicule of her daughter’s blossoming body, and making the girl feel ashamed of herself for the natural changes during puberty resulted in self-loathing and an unnatural relationship with food.
He was totally moved around the bend with Anna’s insinuations and he beat her up endlessly until everyone pulled the father away because he seemed to be killing her. Noel arrived from school; she had completed her O level. Her mother new that she will be going through a hard time when Noel was around but this time Noel promised to be subservient to her parents. Her mother listened to her and hoped that she would keep her promise and turn over... ... middle of paper ... ...had seen so many girls in her village being abandoned by their boyfriends. She looked pathetic and miserable all the time, her solemn face told everyone that heir was something disturbing about her.
But her opinions were brought on by more that the ability to think for herself; she suffered much during her childhood and throughout the years to come. Wollstonecraft dealt with the beating of her mother and sister, death of a close friend, and even a nervous breakdown of her sister. Her own experiences in her life inspired her to write a book that would cause her to be criticized harshly for her radical views. From the beginning, Mary's life was one large cry for help. Her father, always in the middle of some economic failure, would beat Mary's mother and the children during his drunken fits of rage and frustration over losing money and being a failure.
Celie's stepfather mistreated her in such a way that an accurate depiction was made. When Celie's mother became ill and unable to satisfy her husband, he told Celie to fulfill her mother's job. When Celie cried because of the pain, her stepfather said, "you better shut up and git used to it"(3). To assure himself that no one would find out about his secret he told Celie "you better not never tell nobody but God it'd kill your mammy"(1) and told Mr._____ "she tell lies"(9). As a result, when Celie's mother passed away, she felt that she killed her mother, when in fact her mother was terminally ill. After two pregnancies, Celie was unable to produce anymore children because her father injured her reproductive system.
Ugly by Constance Briscoe is a heart breaking and emotional story about a young black girl, dealing with an abusive and neglectful mother in the racist times of the 60’s. The relationship between Constance and her mother, Carmen, is utterly terrifying. The amount of times Carmen hit and beats Constance is sad, and at some points utterly heart breaking. When having a choice to make between her children, it’s always painfully obvious that she always chooses her other children over Constance, the hand-me downs and second hand presents at Christmas showed this time and time again. To Carmen, being mother and daughter meant nothing to her, as she continued her abuse of Constance throughout her life, a disturbing reminder that Carmen did not
After Hamlet’s speech about suicide and death, Hamlet describes the causes of his pain, specifically his disgust at his mother’s marriage to Claudius. Hamlet is upset with his mother’s choice in remarriage more so than the actual death of his father. As Hamlet contemplates his mother’s marriage, he cries out “frailty, thy name is woman!” (Shakespeare, I. ii. 150) Because of his mother’s actions, Hamlet sees all women as weak, frail, and untrustworthy. Hamlet goes on to explain the unreasonable timing of his mother’s marriage, stating how an animal would have mourned the loss of its mate longer than Hamlet’s mother did.
This caused her to feel even more insecure, she felt lonely and hopeless. Words soon began to get to her and she started believing what others perceived of her and soon enough she started slacking in her academic life and this progression of slacking off and missing school caused her become more regretful of her decisions. Her parents soon found about this unpleasant event and sent her see a therapist and she was homeschooled after that. My friend was victim of cyber bullying and now is survivor, her own friends turn against her in midst of despair; which shows that anybody and anyone can be the victi... ... middle of paper ... ...ents of cyber and law can also be effective; there should be strict rules to maintain discipline between students. Cyber bullying can destroy a child’s life in so many ways parents should be support their child and listen to them and be with them before something worse happens.
He also give us his idea on abuse, but I can't give away that so you'll just have to pick up the book and figure it out yourself. Khaled Hosseini begins the book off by talking about a girl named Mariam, a girl who has been mentally, verbally, and emotionally abused by her mother and father. She grew up being shunned for being born out of wedlock. Her father, Jalil, was worried about her ruining his reputation, so he makes her stay with her mother in a filthy home outside of Herat. Her mother, Nana, verbally abuses her everyday by calling her a harami (bastard), making her feel worthless.
They regret the mistakes they have made as a little girl. If only they didn’t make the mistake in the past, they would have a totally different fate then. Ruth’s life is much affected by her childhood memories with her mother LuLing. Whenever Ruth doesn’t obey her, LuLing threatens by saying, “Maybe I die soon!” (54), and “LuLing’s threats to die were like earthquakes” (54). Ruth’s childhood earthquakes caused Ruth to “think about death every day” (121).