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As Salman Rushdie once said, “Literature is where I go to explore the highest and lowest places in human society and in the human spirit, where I hope to find not absolute truth but the truth of the tale, of the imagination and of the heart.” The Yellow Wallpaper explores the english society in the 19th century in depth and denounces it.
Firstly, denounces positivism which is the state or quality of being positive; definiteness; assurance. This was to big importance for society in the 19th century since everything was tested and proven with science, yet nothing was left to the emotions or beliefs if abnormal. “temporary nervous depression _ a slightly hysterical tendency.” She believes him because “he is a physician of high standing” so “what can one do?” The writer uses irony as if she had no right to think she could be right because what she feels she has can not be proven with what it is studied.
Secondly, She had a post part depression that made her go mad, that’s why, she saw a ghost on the yellow paper. On the other hand, the story of Virginia Woolf, “The Mark on the Wall”, the persona could see “of the crimson flag flapping from the castle tower came into my mind, and I thought of the cavalcade of red knights riding up the side of the black rock” on her imagination while she saw the smoke of her cigarrete and the mark of the wall. But at the end what both woman saw reflected on the wall was a fancy, a product of their imagination.
Finally, He ignored her when she wanted to express herself, “…John would not hear of it”, and told him what she really needed, what she really was going through, but there was no case. Without the point of view of the diseased, it is very difficult to know exactly what goes through that person’s mind and spirit
To conclude, it is evident that the writer of this novel criticizes some aspects in the english society of the 19th century like positivism and the role of women. It is able to do so throught the transition of the protagonist, her sickness, irony, contrast of the relationship of the husband and wife and through literary resources.
In our history class our teacher Lenny told us to search for an invention of the Industrial Revolution. This is what I did
En el siguiente ensayo voy a analizar si el sexo femenino debe ser considerado el sexo más débil.
En primer lugar, la mujer es considerada más efectiva en el área de tareas del hogar de lo que el hombre lo es. Saben hacer más cosas y en la mayoría de los casos son las que mantienen el orden en la casa. Suelen hacerse cargo de llevar a sus hijos al médico, comprar ropa, etc. Son muy ordenadas y limpias. Suele confiar más en las mujeres para mantener la casa en orden.
En segundo lugar, encontramos la posición en el ámbito laboral. Las mujeres en el ámbito laboral no son muy “respetadas”. Se las ve como las más débiles. Incluso a veces se las discrimina en las actividades que se les asigna. No sólo eso, también es difícil que consignan trabajo principalmente por el tema de la maternidad. Nadie está muy de acuerdo en otorgar 3 meses de licencia, no sólo eso, sino que también cuando sus hijos están enfermos tienen que dejarlas quedarse en sus casas con ellos.
Por último tenemos el rol de la mujer en la política. Antes las mujeres no eran tomadas muy en cuenta, no se les daba ni el derecho de votar. Hoy en día tienen un rol más importante, incluso una mujer gobernó el país por 8 años.
Resumiendo, la mujer no es del todo débil al lado de cómo se las tiene vistas
In our history class Lenny told us to do a timeline about the FR, here is mine
In our History class we are studying the French Revolution. I order to that we were assigned in pairs to work with one of the characters that participate on the French Revolution. I worked with Tomas Anania and our character was Pierre Gaspard Chaumette. Here is the Fakebook.
In our Literature class we were assigned to analyse three poems related to the “Romantic Era”. I worked with Tomas Anania and the poem that we worked on was “To the Evening Star” by William Blake. Here is our presentation.
In our Biology class we have been studying the Endocryne System. After learning some of its characteristics, we were asked to answer some questions in groups. I worked with Tomas Anania.
Hormone: is a chemical substance produced by a gland, carried by the blood, which alters the activity of one or more specific target organs and is then destroyed by the liver.
Glands which secrete hormones in the human body:
Endocryne System – Biology
3. Adrenaline makes your heart beat faster, supplying oxygen to your brain and muscles more quickly. This gives them more energy for fighting or for running away. It also increases the breathing rate, so that more oxygen can enter the blood in the lungs. It also causes pupils to widen, which allows more light into the eye and so we can se clearer.
1. What the woman in the yellow Wall paper was a ghost. She had a post part depression that made her go mad, that’s why, she saw a ghost on the yellow paper. On the other hand, the story of Virginia Woolf, “The Mark on the Wall”, the persona could see “of the crimson flag flapping from the castle tower came into my mind, and I thought of the cavalcade of red knights riding up the side of the black rock” on her imagination while she saw the smoke of her cigarrete and the mark of the wall. But at the end what both woman saw reflected on the wall was a fancy, a product of their imagination.
2. In the story “The Yellow Wall Paper” by the author, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the women believe she was seeing a ghost projected on the yellow wall paper.
3. The woman of the story “The Yellow Wall Paper” had no control over her attitudes, feelings, ideas and thoughts. She is wrapped in her imagination or in her “fancy”. That is why she thought there was a ghost on the wall and she began to have no control over her body, started to break the wall paper and crowing all over the floor. That is the “mystery of life: the inaccuracy of thought! The ignorance of humanity! To show how very little control over possessions we have”.
Adaptation: It has a layer of tiny hair called “Cilia” which can move and push mucus from one place to another. The “Mucus” can transport trapped dust and microbes when it is pushed by the cilia.
Root Hair Cells
Adaptation: Plant roots have root hair cells for absorbing water and mineral salts.
Adaptation: Transports water and supports the plant. The cell has no cytoplasm (so water can pass freely), no end wall (so that many cells can form a continuous tube) and walls strengthend with a waterproof substance called lignin.
Palisade Mesophyll Cells
Adaptation: Some plants have palisade mesophyll cells that contains chloroplasts to produce photosynthesis.
Adaptation: Animals have nerve cells to transmit information in the form of electrical impulses.
Red Blood Cells
Adaptation: Transports oxygen from the lungs to the tissues where aerobic respiration occurs. The cytoplasm is filled with the pigment haemoglobin, which carries oxygen. The cells have no nucleus, leaving more space for haemoglobin, and they are very flexible (They can be forced through even the narrowest of blood vessels).
Sperm and Egg Cells
In testes are sperms cells and in the ovaries are egg cells that contains the genetic material to trasnmit genetic information from the parents to the
The sperm has a tail which produces swimming movements to go to the egg cell.