"There are always many bumps on the hard road of success, but as long as you are not afraid of difficulties and optimistic, the door to victory will always be open to you." This is my first experience in reading grass and tree.
Recalling this text, it said that Charlotte Bronte's three sisters wanted to be strong and competitive when they were young. They had been full of good feelings for literature for a long time. When they grew up, they would strive to move forward to the other side of victory no matter what setbacks they suffered. In the end, the three of them finally became writers.
When I read "she raised her head in a cone of shame and pain, nailed this letter full of coldness and prejudice to the head of the bed, and let him stimulate and flog his soul at any time", my heart was shocked. She is too strong. She does not bow her head in front of difficulties, does not cry in front of failures, does not regret in front of tribulations, which is really more frustrating and braver. The last paragraph of the article finally let me relax my mood, following the content of the text quietly close to the end. Although it's a period behind me, but I still feel extraordinary, I can't help sighing: "great, the three sisters finally succeeded."
After reading the article, I can't help thinking of myself. When they have difficulties in learning, they give up, while the three sisters of Charlotte are more frustrated and brave. I found my mother to cry when I was a little unhappy in my class, and they lost their mother when they were young There is a real difference between myself and Charlotte.