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  • "I'd rather have Lipkin and be poor, so long I have the man I love" Pg.69
  • I​ won't let you undermine the man I love.
  • "I'll show you how quickly​ I can marry off the girls when I put my head on it". Pg.71
  • Here we go again!
  • "Such shameless unwomanliness as a girl telling her father this man I want to marry!". ​P.76
  • women have you ever heard of such nonsense before.
  • Father is sharing a Greek story that he has once read, he chose to share this particular story because it undermines poets and it just so happened to be that one of his daughters wanted to marry a poet. father has a way of using his wise words to make a point.
  • "A daughter to talk that way of her own father?". Pg.130
  • ​The mouth on this girl.
  • Father's temperament is a big issue for his daughter's futures , he makes decisions based on his old traditional beliefs. The fact is that sometimes things don't go the way he wants them. Father's has an attitude towards his role as a father that says that everything must go the way he envisions. Mother starts to realize that father has a tendency of blowing things out of proportion. Father believe that his number one goal is to find men who are people of status in the world for his daughters.
  • " I've got to live for my own life. It's enough​ that Mother and the others lived for you". Pg.137
  • Where do you think your going ?.
  • Fathers believe that their children should give them the utmost respect and as such loses his cool at the mere sight of disrespect. He shows signs of aggressiveness when one of his daughters suggests a man for herself which he believes is undermining his role as a father. what I find so fascinating is that father has a strong belief when it comes to his daughter's marriage.
  • "After all, it's from him that you got the iron for the fight you had to make to make to be what you are now". PG.279
  • Me​ and my father are not so different .
  • Father yet again demonstrates his dull-witted decision-making. Father gets hoaxed to paying a fake store, At this point, Sare had enough of his bigotry that she breaks down and has a big confrontation with her father. This was a truly a defining moment in the story , Sare not only stand up to her father but she also frees herself from his grasp.
  • Sare takes a leap of faith on a decision that preoccupied her mind for a very long time. She was afraid that she would end up like her sisters with little choice on her marital consent. The tradition of the old world; no women can be without a man , she challenges this belief and grabs everything she owns and storms out of the house . Sare truly defies her father's beliefs and sets forth her independence.
  • As far as I can get form YOU!
  • Father's old tradition and beliefs are in fact, what drove Sare away . At the conclusion of the story, Sare finds herself in a paradox, what she had been running way from and fought so hard to unhitch herself from is in her midst once again. Father sort of realizes the shadow he had cast over his daughter and apologizes weakly due to his god complex ego.
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