It is the love she shows that makes the reader love her as well. In Morrison's novel we were constantly shown the theme of love with Pilate given to show us the strongest and healthiest example of it. Pilate who lurked in the back of the reader's mind, who was most loved of all of the characters. She is considered a mystery to those inside and outside of the story, because of her perceptive ability and her lack of agenda. Pilate was the strongest of the characters, no passive woman as well.
Tita looks up to Gertrudis because she is happy and got to do what she wanted, when she wanted and with whom she wanted. In the end I believe she was happy but at very high price to pay, her life. Tita loves everyone in her family even the ones who treated her badly and this is what binds her to them. Tita has some hatred towards her mother because of her not letting her marry and also shows some hatred towards Rosaura for marrying Pedro when she knows that she is in love with him. Gertrudis is a strong and kind person.
The Powerful Women of Homer's Odyssey Homer's "Odyssey" depicts women as strong subjects-they are real substantive characters. Women in this poem are tough, strong-willed and are treated with the respect and seriousness they deserve. Homer characterizes the women in his poem as the real counterparts of men-they have real feelings, real plans and are able to accomplish them on their own. Some of the more impressive and intriguing women in the book are Nausicaa, Arete, Circe, Calypso, Penelope, Helen and Athena. Nausicaa is a sweet girl, and on the outside she may appear to just be the stereotypical woman, but, in the poem she has much more depth.
Both characters feel they are the very best of the very best in town. Emma is sure that she is the highest in female society and that even the male society should be so lucky as to have her company. Cher considers herself the most popular girl in school and the go-to girl in all insistences. Though the societies these two live in have given the girls the attention and respect they feel they deserved neither girl has ever done anything of worth. The two characters also make the same kinds of mistak... ... middle of paper ... ...that all of the great qualities Knightly possess are the reasons why she has fallen in love with him.
To show her dedication and how much she cared about her husband, Linda showed strength in every situation she dealt with. She is a vital character because she never has a low personality regardless of everything she deals with, she chooses her husband over her children, she’s strong for everyone when her husband passes away and shes the main voice for the play. Works Cited Miller, Arthur. Death of a Salesman. Rpt.
That was her excuse for the infidelity. Even though Joe was wounded, he never left his wife, “She loved him too much, but she could not u... ... middle of paper ... ...” (2047). Norma tries to do weights and heavy work while Leroy has a disable condition. They both struggle trying to find who they really are and what they want to accomplish in their life. Finally, after this life change, they realize that their marriage is now devastated and tried to repair by going away.
Shug constantly told her in order to help her gain condifence and embrace the beauty that she has. This type of sisterhood is important because Shug was able to be a great friend by supporting her and constantly showing Celie the real beauty that she has always had. Sisterhood is able to make one another realize and see things that are often ignored. In conclusion, Gloria Naylor and Alice Walker show that sisterhood is possible and can turn out to be a successful relationship among women; most importantly it is the only way that the women in both novels can survive in a patriarchal society. Sisterhood is very necessary because it breaks the barriers that women have in a patriarchal society.
Charlotte was both." She is not only motherly, but hardworking, and her web words prove it. She is the same wise and selfless character at the end of the story that she was at the beginning, which makes her the ideal model of unconditional love. In Wilbur's first conversation with Charlotte, Wilbur's discovery of how Charlotte survives impedes their new friendship, "Charlotteis fierce, brutal, scheming, bloodthirsty- everything I don't like. How can I learn to like her, even though she is pretty and, of course, clever?"