She feared that she would of woken up too soon before Romeo could of gotten to her, and that she would of woken up and suffocated. She also feared seeing her dead family members, including Tybalt and that she would of went crazy from the memory of waking up in a dark tomb. All of these doubts that Juliet was having were possibilities that were likely to happen. Friar Lawrence takes a big risk and gives her the potion
To be happy, Doherty argues, one must be neither too controlling nor too controlled; and sometimes the only way to gain perspective on one’s sense of control is to lose control for a while. Nurse Betty Black is a control freak. In the opening scene, she reacts to news of her infertility by steering the conversation—about ways she has tried to control her fertility in the past. “Are you sure it can’t be the treatments, doctor?” she wonders. “Though Lord knows, I’ve tried all kinds.
She, too, would soon be a shade with the shade of Patrick Morkan and his horse” (Joyce 22). The woman, who happily participated in the celebration and showed herself as a good singer, had signs of coming death according to her nephew. After Aunt Julia, Gabriel started to think about other relatives in the same way. While the mood was mostly caused by his last conversation with wife, Christmas atmosphere played its role too. A contrast between cheerful holiday and “returning to reality” pushed the man to more depressive thoughts.
Capote probably wants this to represent that Miriam was going to be part of Mrs. Miller’s world from now on, even if she doesn't want her to be. If this story was a third person Omniscient the reader wouldn't really be struck by how uncanny Mrs. Millers perception really is. Miriam wanted to move in with her, but when Mrs. Miller refused the girl began to cry. Having enough Mrs.Miller went to for help and had her neighbors check the appartment to remove the girl. But the neighbor returned confirming there was no one there.
Toward the beginning of the story, the sick friend jokingly references Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, who devised the five stages of grief, stating, “I can’t remember… What does Kubler-Ross say comes after denial?” to which the narrator inwardly responds that anger must be next (41). This shows that while her friend may be closer to the final stage of grief, acceptance, the narrator is still deeply in denial, and although she knows the answer to her friend’s question she cannot bring herself to say it out loud. She cannot contemplate losing her friend, and even the joking mention to the stages of grief is too much for her to handle, rendering her speechless. This interaction also seems to be foreshadowing an incident that transpires between the narrator and her friend when the narrator explains she’s leaving to go home, and does not feel that she can make the offer to return. This angers her dying friend to the point that she rips off her oxygen mask and leaves her isolation room, slamming the doors behind her.
Sue Snell is a turning point in Carrie's anger. At the beginning, she has participated in humiliating Carrie, but then she has felt guilty and became her friend. She has decided to sacrifice and convince her boyfriend, Tommy Ross, to ask Carrie to the prom. At the first, Carrie is against the idea as she thinks it is a trick, but Carrie's hesitation is quickly forgotten and she accepted. Carrie is very happy, but when she has told her mother, she threw her hot tea in Carrie's face.
"And that chance is for her to want to live. This way people have of lining-up on the side of the undertaker makes the entire pharmacopoeia look silly. Your little lady has made up her mind that she 's not going to get well. Has she anything on her mind?" (p. 1) The doctor said she have a chance to get well but she has pessimistic think so someone must change her attitude.
This is when Dee informs the family that she has changed her name. She says she will no longer be called Dee, she will be called “Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo”, because she “couldn't bear it any longer, being named after the people who oppress me" (348). Mama does not agree with the change, but she says she will respect her wishes. Dee then starts wanting different objects from around the house that she thinks carry the family’s heritage (349,350). When she starts to take quilts out of a chest Mama stops her saying that the quilts are for Maggie.
Released in 1958, Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo was not very popular, but as time went on, the film gained acclaim and became noted as the quintessential Hitchcock movie. After being released from his job as a detective because of his vertigo, John “Scottie” Ferguson is asked to follow his friend’s wife, Madeleine. As he investigates her, he begins to become obsessed with her, being drawn to her mystery. After she commits suicide by throwing herself off a bell tower, Scottie later sees a woman who looks exactly like Madeleine. His obsession pushes him to remake the woman, Judy, into another version of his dead lover.
A debutante ball came to test the girls and what they had learned. Claudette was called to do the Sausalito, while she drew a blank, “what we 're the steps?” (243) she frantically asked herself, forgetting all she had learned. This could ruin Claudette 's chance at success in her treatment. “In a flash of white-hot light, my months at St. Lucy 's had vanished, and I was just a terrified animal again” (243) Claudette had worked so hard, but lost her self confidence. Despite Claudette not failing, she did not meet the expectations of the