She has had to kill so that they could make their escapes from enemies including her own brother.
At the start of the book, the protagonist, Astrid, is 12 years old. She spends much of the book in juvenile hall, an institution that fascinates my daughter. Holy shit, White Oleander is a chilling book. The kind of abuse Ingrid heaps on Astrid is so manipulative and insidious, at Pride in medea, I felt nauseated reading the story.
Ingrid is a poet. But really, all Ingrid wants is a sidekick, a shadow, an echo, a carbon copy of herself. Ingrid uses her daughter and only connects with Astrid when she can use her.
If Astrid is not useful, Ingrid dismisses her. I love this passage in Can Love Last? They construct a sense of buffered permanence, in which the child can discover and explore without any impinging vigilance, her own mind, her creativity, her joy in living.
The terrible destructiveness of child abuse lies not just in trauma of what happens but also the tragic loss of what is not provided— protected space for psychological growth.
It is crucial that the child does not become aware of how labor intensive that protracted space is, of the enormous amount of parental activity going on behind the scenes. A narcissistic, gaslighting parent uses her child as a receptacle for her thoughts and emotions.
When a narcissistic parent is challenged by her child, she either goes into a rage or dismisses her, both are terrifying for a kid. The kid usually complies, becoming what her mother wants her to be, useful, and displays only the traits that her mother wants her to possess.
Worst of all, the child believes this is who she really is. To recognize gaslighting, a child has to be confident in her own vision and emotions.
My daughter, by the way, has not stuck with me past chapter one.Sep 04, · The play Medea by Euripides is a tragic story of anger and revenge ending in pain and ruin for most characters.
One main cause of these misfortunes is identified in the play: a lack of moderation. One main cause of these misfortunes is identified in the play: a lack of moderation.
ناول افسانے ڈرامے بچوں کی کتب شاعری فلسفہ نفسیات تاریخ عالم جین آسٹن شیکسپیئر چارلس ڈکنز. We see more of Medea's fierce pride. She bemoans her fate as an exile, but proudly scorns Jason's offer of aid.
To take pity and gifts from the man who wronged her is worse than exile. Though her pride may seem admirable in this case, the same pride will drive Medea to unspeakable acts. Medea is Euripides’s realistic portrayal of Medea, who indulges in an excessive form of revenge-the murder of her own children.
This is a fascinating study of motivation, yet it is a topic safely distant to modern audiences. May 04, · Presentation on Medea and the Pride and Honor aspects of it!
10 points for best answer!!Status: Resolved. Describing Medea as 'strong and powerful' is an understatement, and in general there are huge problems with trying to claim Medea as a feminist work, in the sense of a work that celebrates a strong and independent female character. In many ways, the play doesn't celebrate Medea at all but deplores her.