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The influences in the life of charlotte in the metaphor a story by budge wilson

Have they influenced it greatly or just small impacts on your life? This teacher taught English and her name was Miss Hancock.

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One class she teaches her about metaphors, Charlotte then starts to use metaphors all the time. Later on in her grade 10 year she has Miss Hancock again but things are different.

  1. The more that one gets to know the person, the more he begins to appreciate them as an individual. The mother and Miss Hancock both understood Charlotte in their own individual ways.
  2. The more that one gets to know the person, the more he begins to appreciate them as an individual.
  3. Charlotte experiences the difficulty of transitioning from an innocent childhood to adolescence.
  4. Hancock because of the way she was so free-spirited and did not seem to care about what other people thought of her appearance. These made her metaphors great and have flow to them.
  5. Overall Charlotte had a lot of influence from both her mother and Miss Hancock, which shaped her to the person who she is and grew up as.

In grade seven it seems like Charlotte was more energetic like Miss Hancock, but when she got to grade ten she seemed sophisticated and more like her mother.

They both showed and taught her different things.

Miss Hancock teaches Charlotte about metaphors in grade seven which she then used for the rest of her life which influenced her life greatly. Charlotte used metaphors a lot in the story; it is somewhat her way of thinking about things.

  1. That is why it is important to choose an opinion and not judge people based on what others think.
  2. Her make-up and hair stood out from a crowd. The mother and Miss Hancock both understood Charlotte in their own individual ways.
  3. Hancock because of the way she was so free-spirited and did not seem to care about what other people thought of her appearance. In the same way, Miss Hancock always dressed very flamboyant and uniquely.
  4. It is important not to judge people based on others thoughts.
  5. The mother goes as far to say that Miss Hancock got exactly what she deserved. Most mothers get angry easily and will yell, or scold their children.

This grade seven English teacher was bubbly, flamboyant, bold and colourful. She taught her class to also be like this and also to be passionate, which Charlotte did feel about metaphors. Charlotte grew to be like her mother by grade ten, she started to wear make-up and acting like an adult.

  • She also made her stop, think and to take a moment to take in what just happened;
  • On the other hand, Miss Hancock, also seemed to understand Charlotte even without words spoken.

Miss Hancock taught Charlotte to not care what others thought and to be herself. Her mother taught her to think about others, which she does but Charlotte also seemed to care what others thought in high school which possibly has to do with how her mother influenced her.

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These two women are very different, in fact the exact opposite which made it interesting how these are the two people who seemed to influence her the most and taught her what they did. These made her metaphors great and have flow to them.

  • Her mother taught her to think about others, which she does but Charlotte also seemed to care what others thought in high school which possibly has to do with how her mother influenced her;
  • On the other hand, Miss Hancock, also seemed to understand Charlotte even without words spoken;
  • Most people would have a more dramatic reaction to a death, but the mother was completely composed and controlled;
  • The mother and Miss Hancock both understood Charlotte in their own individual ways;
  • Most mothers get angry easily and will yell, or scold their children.

This made Charlotte feel guilty for not saying thank you to her grade seven English teacher and all the great things Miss Hancock had taught her including metaphors. Her grade ten class did not exactly respect or like Miss Hancock. Charlotte felt embarrassed and pretended like she did not know and love Miss Hancock because she cared what others thought. Charlotte was sad about Miss Hancock death for a while and she then decided to go up to her room and write a metaphor about Miss Hancock which made her feel a bit better.

Influences in Charlottes Life

She also made her stop, think and to take a moment to take in what just happened. Overall Charlotte had a lot of influence from both her mother and Miss Hancock, which shaped her to the person who she is and grew up as.

They did this by teaching Charlotte different ways of thinking and doing things differently then what she might have done with no influence from her mother and English teacher. Miss Hancock taught Charlotte how to think creatively, be passionate and to have fun.

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