If Sal didn’t believe her father 's words then she thinks she caused her mothers miscarriage and she is probably upset about this. Sal thought, “ I pretended that it was my mother sitting there and she would still have the baby and everything would be the way it was supposed to be,” (page 140). We can infer that when she means “ … and everything would be the way it was supposed to be.” That she means she was supposed to not been saved and was supposed to be left next to the tree. She’s now wishing she was left next to the tree and her mother didn’t save her, and because she’s blaming herself for the baby’s death. Another significant external change that is a segment of things which have affected Sal is during this period in time, Gram gets bitten by a poisonous rattlesnake but even after being treated at a hospital, it is safe for us to assume this is a factor or a later a cause of her
’’(A Stolen Day 307). He was talking about his mother and this makes it clear that he wanted more attention from his busy mother, which made him angry that he wasn’t getting the attention he thought he should have. A third difference is that Schotz decided to stay inside and rest all day, but the other boy decided to go outside after he rested for a short amount of time. Soon after getting mad at his mother, he left to go fishing without her noticing. He
He saw she was afraid so Mark was the person who was able to gain her confidence and trust. With all this evidence she showed a positive side of the story because she trusted Mark when she was afraid and know he will protect her. The best thing about Shyima is how brave she was to try to find the perfect family and learn to speak English at the same time for her to attend school. In the book Hidden Girl it says “ I was looking forward to making friends and learning as much as possible so I could eventually make my way in my new country.” Shyima continue to show her positive side and not having any doubts coming her way as in her new
Sara truly started with nothing as she was forced to pay her way through college. To further drive home the idea of Sara being self made and achieving the American dream, Yezierska juxtaposes the Smolinsky household on Hester Street with Sara’s living arrangements after attending college. By using vivid imagery and compelling diction to contrast the settings, Yezierska presents an inspirational account that showcases Sara’s rise from poverty. The Smolinski family is on the brink of disaster. We see that the landlord is constantly threatening to kick the family out into the streets due to being behind on rent payments.
Sister also points out that she has to prepare the green tomato pickle since “Mama had turned both the niggers loose.” Mama shames Stella-Rondo for making such a dish that will not agree with Uncle Rondo or Shirley-T. At this point Sister feels as if she is being criticized by every family member and can not please anyone. Due to this story being told in first-person point of view, it is vital that Sister retell the story exactly as it happens. However, the reader must take into account Sister’s altered state of mind when reading the
During the duration of the film, as stated before, the power difference between Sarah and Shannon is on-going. The film comes to a close with a sentimental end. Shannon’s brother is in the hospital and it’s up to Shannon to save him. While Shannon arrives at the room, someone is just about to put air into her brother’s bloodstream. Shannon can’t move to stop him as he pulls a gun out.
The theme of this story is to determent will Sasha behavior will change, through the conflict between his uncles. The character’s speech and action help reader understands capture the inner lives of the Chekhov character for The Problem. The conflict between Sasha and his uncles is about how each of the uncles respond to his action. The conflict between Sasha and Colonel that Chekhov creates helps readers understand who they are by capturing the inner lives of his character. Chekhov makes Colonel against Sasha: “Suppose we were to forgive him and pay the money.
Slowly Sam starts to melt Rita’s cold heart with his genuine kindness and in the process teaching her how to be a more loving mother. When Sam meets with Lucy’s teacher and principal they speak to him in a gentle way and with great concern for Lucy. Although they do look at each other in concern when he references to the Beetles to
Even though she knows her son is lying directly in her face, she waits for him to be truthful, before she confronts him by herself, it seems like she is giving him a chance to be open minded. As likely as any other mothers she is curious about her son, and gets suspicious when she sees him hiding things from her. She tries to communicate with him as much as
Even though Sara doesn't show signs of anxiety, she also doesn't show emotion which is a big problem for a child. She doesn't know how to react when her grandfather is having a heart attack while her mom is at work. He clearly asks her to call for help but Sara, as well as the audience, doesn't know what he is saying because he is blurred and muffled to "protect" her emotions. When she is taken to the cemetery to mourn her grandfather, she just sits on the opposite side of her mom to show the contrast of emotions. Her mom is obviously crying but again her face is blurred and muffled so she doesn't know how to react.