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Consider the difficult life of Granny, Sarty and Maggie. What major problem did each face and how did each of them overcome it, and what kind of future is suggested by the author for each of these characters?
Granny is a character from the book “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall”. She is an eighty year old lady who has been through a life that has been full of denial after she was heartbroken by her fiancée. Her fiancée is described as George; he left her at the altar on their wedding day. Granny has been hurt by this painful memory for more than sixty years. The author tells the story from Granny’s mind who is sick and in a hospital bed as she patiently waits for her death. From the author’s elaboration, it is clearly understood that Granny has never gotten over the fact that she was left by George at the altar. It is also evident that she feels like she has already been through enough in life and feels that it is her time to die (Gray, 2013). “While [Granny] was rummaging around she found death in her mind and it felt clammy and unfamiliar (18)”.Granny could only overcome her problem with death because this was the only guaranteed way for not to think about what George did to her. The author ends the story with the demise of Granny’s death.
Sarty Snopes is a ten year old who has developed a very mature and distinct sense for justice, at least for his young age. Ironically, his father has developed a habit of arson which leads him to being chased out of the county with his family. From the story it is noticeable that Sarty has developed this love and respect for the law because of the large amounts of time that he spends in the courtrooms. After the Snopes family gets chased from their county they find another place to live as farmer tenants. Just as soon as the Snopes family is settled into their new home, Sarty’s father finds himself brawling with his new landlord and again wants to torch the landlord’s barn and this is very much opposed by Sarty who almost alerts Mr. de Spain (Bausch, 2015). Sarty’s major problem is that he feels that he will always disagree with his father’s ways of breaking the law in order to get even with whoever he is arguing with. Sarty is surely destined for a brighter future, especially in the justice field as he has come to appreciate and respect its functions although he finds himself in a dilemma because his father is completely the opposite of what he is.
Maggie is a character from the book “Everyday Use”. She is a very humble girl who is adored to the point that her mother thinks that she will be taken advantage off by everyone else including her sister. Her sister Dee is described as a bright but nosey child who looks down on everyone else including her mother who borrowed a loan from the church so that she could take her to private school. “Have you ever seen a lame animal, perhaps a dog run over by some careless person rich enough to own a car, sidle up to someone who is ignorant enough to be kind to them? That is the way my Maggie walks (9)”. This is a brief description of Maggie from her mother in the book. The problem with Maggie is that she is too polite that her sister takes advantage of her by taking whatever Maggie owns (Martin, 2014). She has no way of overcoming her problem and her mother sees this as a major issue. Maggie’s fate is depicted by the author as one of being taken advantage of if she does not change.
Gray, K. L. (2013). Comparing Faulkner's" A Rose for Emily" and Porter's" The Jilting of Granny Weatherall". Student Pulse, 5(08).
Bausch, R. (Ed.). (2015). The Norton anthology of short fiction. WW Norton & Company.
Martin, J. (2014). The Quilt Threads Together Sisterhood, Empowerment and Nature in Alice Walker's the Color Purple and" Everyday Use". Journal of Intercultural Disciplines, 14, 27.
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