Free Essays on The Good Daughter

  1. A Mother's Purpose

    a mother and her daughter. The dialogue consists of the mother giving her daughter instructions on how she is to behave and carry herself. She wants her daughter to become a lady, not a slut, and learn to be a good housewife for her future husband. The mother instructs her daughter on how she is to walk...

  2. American inventor

    first) Argued in English, daughters picked it up first and she got better but was still a mishmash of idioms. "When in Rome, do unto Romans" she spoke English in America Daughters ere made fun of at school and it hurt mom but she brushed off and blamed it on daughters. Daughter called her mom when mad...

  3. Mother Daughter Bonding

    Mother-Daughter Bonding The bond between a mother and her child is not like any other bond because they share a strong relationship even before the birth of the child. Therefore, the main topic of my suggested selections in this paper is the mother-daughter relationship. The child spends the first years...

  4. The Use of Force

    Be A Good Daughter It is not hard to be a good daughter if one wants. A good daughter makes her parents happy to have her as their child. In Cambodia, all the parents want their child to be respect , not only to the parents ,but also to other people. So a good daughter does...

  5. Psychology

    therapy shows the relationship between 3 generation between father and mother with their family and there relation with each other and with there daughter including there familys relation with each other . ...

  6. The parental qualities of mr and mrs bennet

    children, being patient with them, educating them and making sure you can provide for them is what is needed or parental qualities of parents these days. Good parents are portrayed as being sympathetic to their children, providing both material and emotional support, and listening to their children. Bad parents...

  7. Malcolm X vs Mlkj

    Valencia 2-9-09 My Little Miracle The day my daughter was born I couldn’t hold her in my arms I was overwhelmed with sadness and disappointment. Once I was let out of the hospital I took my daughter to my mother home where she thought me how to care for my daughter. Once I started school I was more determined...

  8. Book report on "The Daughters of Eve" by Lois Duncan

    many characters in the story, Daughters of Eve. There are only five that stand out from the rest. These five are Laura Snow, Jane Rheardon, Fran Schneider, Tammy Carncross, and Irene Stark. These are the main characters in the story. They are all members of the club, "Daughters of Eve". Laura Snow was a...

  9. Mother of the Year

    Hester Prynne puts her daughter before her in all aspects of her life, even though she is in odds with the community. She teachers her daughter good manners, and the rights and wrongs of life. Hester also showers her daughter with love and support. Hester Prynne is just as good of a mother as anyone...

  10. Two Kinds of Girls in Amy Tan's 'Two Kinds' and Jamaica Kincaid's 'Girl'

    young girl and the guiding force in her life. Amy Tan tells of a mother's expectation for her daughter to be a child prodigy. Jamaica Kincaid tells of an unknown person describing to a girl how to be a 'good' girl. Both essays illustrate an authority figure that has expectations for a young female and...

  11. Thoughtful Laughter

    affection to their daughters differently through non-obvious manners, such as showing off their daughters or giving their daughters steamed crabs, rather through the American way of hugs and kisses. In the book, The Joy Luck Club, the diverse cultures between the mothers and daughters creates miscommunication...

  12. Joe Csey

    to a teenage daughter it advises the daughter to leave men alone because she can't contend with what boys like and it does this by creating a feel of war and battle throughout the poem because the writer feels as though relationships are a war and she thinks it is best that the daughter doesn't go through...

  13. Girl

    Jamaica Kincaid, is about a mother explaining to her daughter how to be a proper woman. Towards the end however, the mother explains to the daughter how to be a ‘good’ slut. “Girl” uses repetition, mood, and irony to express a mothers concern that her daughter be safe while living a risqué lifestyle. Throughout...

  14. Mother Daughter Bond

    relationships between mothers and daughters. Relationships are a delicate balance between the love and emotions of two individuals. They are ever changing and evolving, and are each unique as the people in them. Amy Tan’s novels offer an inside glimpse into several intricate mother daughter relationships. Her characters...

  15. conflict

    the place 'Back Road'. My daughters have let me down. Their father left them and went away and did not look back at them. I feel so ashamed to know that is the life they want to live. It was one of my co-workers who told another worker that I am bragging about my daughters and every night when I am not...

  16. Crossing Boundaries

    five daughters from harm and evil. However, by strengthening her beliefs and traditions, she ends up hurting her own daughters. In the play Bernarda says, “For the eight years we’ll be in mourning, not even the wind from the street will enter this house” (10). She basically imprisons her daughters and...

  17. Themes in Writing

    religious convictions, and her own pains with illness. Her many themes throughout her writings reflect country living, in which she herself lived. In “Good Country People” Miss O’Conner writes about a woman with a wooden leg and a terminal bad heart which could easily be related to her own terminal and...

  18. Significant Moments in My Mother’s Life

    the daughter is always looking down on herself. The daughter in the short story Significant Moments in My Mother’s Life by Margaret Atwood is always depressed because she feels alienated from her family and goes against the social norms and values for women during the time period. The daughter does...

  19. Fiddler on the Roof

    it very quickly. In the book Fiddler on the Roof by Joseph Stein, It shows the results of changing traditions. Changing traditions sometimes is a good thing and sometimes it's a bad thing. The importance of tradition is in everyone's lives. Traditions were very important to the family...

  20. Mockingbird Interpretation

    song “Mockingbird” by Eminem reveals many concepts throughout the song. Many emotions were shown through his lyrics for the love he has for his two daughters. His lyrics provide a brief and straight forward message but if you take time out to interpret each line it consumes a story of his life. The word...

  21. Relationship Conflict in “Two Kinds”

    The mother-daughter relationship can only be as strong as the people involved. It can have negative or positive impacts on the lives of both women in various ways. To establish a positive relationship there must be an even flow of communication that is developed on trust and happiness and not marred...

  22. only daughter

     Only Daughter BY: Sandra Cisneros Once, several years ago, when I was just starting out my writing career, I was asked to write my own contributor's note for an anthology I was part of. I wrote, "I am the only daughter in a family of six sons. That explains everything." Well, I've thought...

  23. Pride and Prejudice Fairy

    Longbourn there lived a poor, yet gracious family; the Bennet family. It consisted out of a father, a fairly tensed mother and their 5 daughters. One of these daughters was Elizabeth Bennet, she was the second prettiest of the 5 and everybody in town knew her for her sincerity and straightforwardness....

  24. How Does Hermia Challenge the Expected Role of a Daughter

    Homework 1st Half of Summer Term Shakespeare Plays How Does Hermia Challenge the Expected Role of a Daughter? Love A “Midsummer’s night dream” is made up of many themes for example: romance, magic, marriage, treachery and comedy. One of the main themes is love and the 4 characters Lysander, Hermia...

  25. About Pride and Prejudice

    Elizabeth was the 2nd oldest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Bennet. She was intelligent, and had a lot of sense. Elizabeth is sarcastic and sometimes it’s a bad quality to have. She is approached by Mr. Darcy several times but she is prejudice to him at first, then she realizes he’s a good guy. • Jane Bennet: Jane...

  26. psyche&cupid

    According to “Stories of Love and Adventure,” the problem between a mother in law and the daughter in law is reflected. The mother also expects a quality woman for her son while the daughter in law has to prove herself that she is suitable for her husband and wins the mother’s heart. The mother in...

  27. music video description

    coming from two different places. One was raised with a good life while the other is raised the opposite. Though they are basically opposites, they do have one thing in common; they both have daughters they love very much. The two men’s daughters also go to the same school and are friends, though the...

  28. girl

    mother gives advices and scold her daughter at the same time because of her age, the family status and the way she acts. The mother gives much practical and helpful advice that will help her daughter keep a house of her own someday, especially to warn her daughter against becoming a “slut”, which means...

  29. Baptista Minola in the Taming of the Shrew Is a Bad Father

    may have their own thoughts on what makes a good parent, what really determines whether or not you are a good mother or father? Well a good parent would treat all their children equally; care about their children’s thoughts and feelings, and finally a good parent would be able to solve conflicts properly...

  30. The Most Important Person in My Life

    "With the daughter, life can ever, never,never be monotonous' Pame Brown I woke up at the morning after such a difficult night, strange for me fear and anxiety in my heart woke me up in that cold and overcast autumn day. I wanted to close my yeys and fall asleep, just forget about...