Jody’s requirement that Janie bind up her hair is central to the conflicts in their marriage. Which quote shows Janie’s frustrat
ion with the headrag most clearly? She was there in the store for him to look at, not those others.
Before she slept that night she burnt up every one of her headrags . . .
She tore off the kerchief from her head and let down her plentiful hair.
The business of the head rag irked her endlessly.
Jody’s requirement that Janie bind up her hair is central to the conflicts in their marriage -Janie open hair attracts the attention of other men's towards her .He does not want other men to notice her or pay any attention to her.
This phrase shows Janie frustration and also how she feels annoyed when asked to bind up her hairs .Janie fails to understand that why it is so important for her to do so,she hates doing things at the will of the other people.
The basic reasons why Jody always ask her to tie up her hair is because Janie has a beautiful personality and she looks even more beautiful with open hairs.Jody is very possessive about Janie and hates the fact that Janie open hair attracts the attention of other men's towards her .He does not want other men to notice her or pay any attention to her.
You would bring up the first main idea and form your paragraph based on that. However, starting the paragraph you want to state what the main idea is and then form the rest of the paragraph on information about that main idea. Hope you understand :)
The description "....is customary amongst well-bred officials." is important for the passage because It magnifies the isolation and humiliation that characterize Akakiy’s situation.
Nikolai Gogol, the writer of " The Overcoat", in this description shows the way in which the main character, Akakiy, is treated by his co-workers. The writer ,ironically, refers to Akakiy's co-workers as well-bred officials. In Russia , a bureaucratic society, each state official was expected to be educated and learned - well-bred-, however these manners were not the manners they used when addressing Akakiy. He was humiliated by his co-workers because they laughed at him all the time.