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?"
Madame Defarge's motivation is hate and Miss Pross' motivation is love. Love is always stronger than hate and so Miss Pross defeated Madame Defarge. Lucie Manette, Miss Pross, and Madame Defarge are three very strong women in this book. The motivation for Lucie Manette and Miss Pross is love, while the motivation for Madame Defarge is hate. Since love always defeats hate, Lucie and Miss Pross live happily ever after.
Truth be told, I am a sucker when it comes to the “Knight in Shining Armor” who always is there to save the day. Also, this Knight is favorable because he would rather talk about things that bring joy and hap... ... middle of paper ... ...Lines 457-458 and 463-465). This reassures my statement on how she is an excellent seamstress, a fact that I admire about her. Any woman that can handle herself is a woman that should be looked up to. In conclusion, my three favorite characters from The Canterbury Tales: The Prologue is the Knight, the Pardoner, and Wife Bath.
Margaret’s desire for luxury is a desire that we all can relate to and her properness is a trait most girls can relate to. Jo’s mischievous demeanor and talent for writing is something that if one cannot relate, admire to have. Beth is the insecure, sweet, homebody in all of us. Amy represents the beauty and talent, and sometimes moral code, which all women have. Laurie represents all the men that wish to be loved any uncommon-but-beautiful woman.
She not only demonstrates being a strong willed woman, and the matriarch of the Touhy family, but also the ideal hero. She makes allies’ through-out her journey, but also makes enemies. Leigh Anne Touhy is the optimal hero. Works Cited Brown, Ray B. and Marshall W. Fishwick. "Hero with 2,000 Faces."
As a personal critique, Louisa May Alcott is a very realistic author; she draws one in right with her. As a person, she proves that women can be who they want to be, despite popular beliefs. Louisa May Alcott, born over 100 years ago, is still one of the most influential people of all time, especially for aspiring women.
Jane's life story is greatly admired by women around the world due to the nature of her character. She searches for love and acceptance and she finds it in every place she is. Even though Mrs. Reed did not accept her in the time she went back she made a friend of Mrs. Eyre's daughter, Elise. Jane also found acceptance in the harsh Mr. Rochester, and the unwilling household of St. John. She was always taken in her lowest hour and raised up to a great triumph later.
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.
All three were vital influences on him, and made him who he is in the present day. My interpretation focuses on those women more than any other factor in Russell’s life, most importantly, his mother Lucy Elizabeth. Lucy Elizabeth was Russell’s symbol of strength, a pillar of confidence. She was a fierce woman who was not afraid to speak her mind, and when she did she spoke it in an educated manner. He may have been bothered by her strict ways, but in reality she was his idol.
This can be seen throughout the series as she evolves into a brave, selfless and strong-willed woman. As previously mentioned, most of Hermione characteristic trait goes against the common beliefs that is tied to women as she proves to everyone that she is intelligent, loyal, courageous and is just as good as boys. Given Hermione’s relationship to the gender stereotype, the fact that people accept Hermione as a hero says that many people see her as a role model. This goes to show that feminist movement is effecting society and it is slowly starting change our