When a person is named after somebody who has contributed a lot to the world and has many positive character traits, I believe that their family and the person around them will surely have high expectations for them. They will expect this person to have the same qualities and persona that their namesake possessed. But sometimes a person cannot live up to these standards. Maybe other people will understand, but maybe others will not. Some will judge and criticize this person for not achieving as high a level of greatness as their namesake. Having a namesake is definitely very important…
- Eleanor Roosevelt.
- Structure in The Scarlet Letter by Hawthorne, Nathaniel.
- Time line for Alice Walker, writer of "The Color Purple".
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