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She Shall Not Be Moved

She Shall Not Be Moved

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11/12/13

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She Shall Not Be Moved

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• narrator and her daughter Mariam
sitting in a bus; two white women sitting on
fold-up seats which are for people with prams
they

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summary • narrator and her daughter Mariam sitting in a bus; two white women sitting on fold-up seats which are for people with prams they pretend like they don't see the Somali woman who is holding a pram in the one hand and carrying a toddler in the other narrator points out the empty seats opposite to the women, so they can move to them and make space for the Somali woman they don't need response narrator hears the two women pronouncing racial expressions • black bus driver comes to the Somali woman and yells at her because she is standing in the aisle later, the narrator feels upset because she doesn't help the Somali woman even though she has taught her daughter to stand up against wrongdoings narrator tells the Somali woman to report the driver she answers that he is just a slave Mariam always wants to say something to the ▷ wants to stand up two old women first-person narrator • tells the story she had experienced but in present ▷ like it happens now setting in London in a bus probably winter (very cold) narrative perspective basic information · title: "She shall not be moved" . .author: Shereen Pandit • published in 2005 narrator tells about a situation in the bus where some white women (and a black bus driver) were discriminating Somali woman against a • title language colloquial (many abbreviations), slang present tense migration • racism (in daily life) Somali woman who "shall not be moved"...

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from the bus, even if all were against her ▷ constantly bullied by white passengers and in danger of losing her balance and falling off with her two children characters narrator: lives in London, young mother, polite, sensitive, well-raised, against racism and violence, not brave enough to stand up against the two women and the driver, probably also had to flee (immigrant) →11. 135-141 Mariam has dance lessons, brave, wants to stand up against the bullies, raised like her mother, important character, innocent, immediate reaction when witnessing injustice, has attitude Somali woman has two children, strong, fierce, stubborn, does not stand up for herself first, does it in the end ▷ change white woman: racist, pronouncing racist expressions, intolerant, inconsiderate, white, in her fifties, bleached hair, much make-up, splashed lips, ignorant • bus driver: black, violent and aggressive towards the Somali woman, lives under domination of the Whites ('slave') themes, topics, conflicts courage fear of speaking up • ignorance, intolerance trying to fit in pride • social pressure thoughts of children (?) society important key words information about the author from South Africa lawyer & political activist > confuct with government had to flee to UK in 1987 ▷ not allowed to work as a lawyer there ▷ reason for starting to write: journalistic work + short stories has won several prizes racism in daily life standing up against bullies social pressure ▸ 'slave' courage, braveness

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She Shall Not Be Moved

She Shall Not Be Moved

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Larina

11 Followers
 

Englisch

 

11/12/13

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She Shall Not Be Moved

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• narrator and her daughter Mariam
sitting in a bus; two white women sitting on
fold-up seats which are for people with prams
they

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

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summary • narrator and her daughter Mariam sitting in a bus; two white women sitting on fold-up seats which are for people with prams they pretend like they don't see the Somali woman who is holding a pram in the one hand and carrying a toddler in the other narrator points out the empty seats opposite to the women, so they can move to them and make space for the Somali woman they don't need response narrator hears the two women pronouncing racial expressions • black bus driver comes to the Somali woman and yells at her because she is standing in the aisle later, the narrator feels upset because she doesn't help the Somali woman even though she has taught her daughter to stand up against wrongdoings narrator tells the Somali woman to report the driver she answers that he is just a slave Mariam always wants to say something to the ▷ wants to stand up two old women first-person narrator • tells the story she had experienced but in present ▷ like it happens now setting in London in a bus probably winter (very cold) narrative perspective basic information · title: "She shall not be moved" . .author: Shereen Pandit • published in 2005 narrator tells about a situation in the bus where some white women (and a black bus driver) were discriminating Somali woman against a • title language colloquial (many abbreviations), slang present tense migration • racism (in daily life) Somali woman who "shall not be moved"...

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from the bus, even if all were against her ▷ constantly bullied by white passengers and in danger of losing her balance and falling off with her two children characters narrator: lives in London, young mother, polite, sensitive, well-raised, against racism and violence, not brave enough to stand up against the two women and the driver, probably also had to flee (immigrant) →11. 135-141 Mariam has dance lessons, brave, wants to stand up against the bullies, raised like her mother, important character, innocent, immediate reaction when witnessing injustice, has attitude Somali woman has two children, strong, fierce, stubborn, does not stand up for herself first, does it in the end ▷ change white woman: racist, pronouncing racist expressions, intolerant, inconsiderate, white, in her fifties, bleached hair, much make-up, splashed lips, ignorant • bus driver: black, violent and aggressive towards the Somali woman, lives under domination of the Whites ('slave') themes, topics, conflicts courage fear of speaking up • ignorance, intolerance trying to fit in pride • social pressure thoughts of children (?) society important key words information about the author from South Africa lawyer & political activist > confuct with government had to flee to UK in 1987 ▷ not allowed to work as a lawyer there ▷ reason for starting to write: journalistic work + short stories has won several prizes racism in daily life standing up against bullies social pressure ▸ 'slave' courage, braveness