The manifestations of Tom’s anger had appeared through a lot of situations in the novel, like when he saw Daisy telling Gatsby that she loves him. He was shocked and greatly surprised by what he saw then he got that feeling of anger because of jealousy. Tom Buchanan’s feeling of anger had increased through more than one situation in the novel. For instance, “He opened the door, but she moved out from the circle of his arm” (Fitzgerald 75). Daisy leaved Tom and went to the town with Jay Gatsby in a way that seemed like she escaped from Tom because she wanted only to be with Gatsby.
And we both know how we would feel about that.” Hazel said that she would “hate it”. He shut her down so quickly, she just agreed with him out of submission. She even tries to lighten the mood by say how it would be “interesting to hear all the different sounds” George hears in his handicap, but again he just shuts her down. Just these few differences in these characters attitudes how the different tones throughout the story versus the movie and how the movie has a much more serious and intense feeling
Amanda has instilled into Laura’s mind that without a husband she can’t be successful or independent and is doomed to be a homebody. The reason Amanda is so insistent on Laura finding a man could be due to her past experiences. One of the many times caught reminiscing about her gentleman callers, Amanda states, “She married him on the rebound – never loved her – carried my picture on him the night he died! And there was that boy that every girl in the Delta had set her cap for! That beautiful, brilliant young Fitzhugh boy from Green County!"
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The leader of the prayer meeting was Reverend Brown and he was hoping for Cates and everyone who loved Cates should go to hell, he even said that to his own daughter. Drummond had to shift the power and influence of the town to win the case. He starts off by making them both Colonel Drummond and Colonel Brady. “(Shaking his head amused) Gentlemen, what can I say? It’s not often in a man’s life that he attains the exalted rank of Temporary Honorary Colonel” (pg.20) Henry Drummond does this to make him and Brady on the same
Diverse verbs can be found such as « running » (l.25) or « hurrying » (l.72) who are here to exaggerate, as if this departure was really important and everyone should be aware of it in the town. In fact, all the people at the station platform easily and rapidly go back to their casual and usual activities : « then turning went on her way. » (l.20 and 21). In reality, this departure is rapidly forgotten since everyone goes back to their own occupations : « Then they talked of their own affairs » (l.9). More importantly, it indicates George Willard 's wish to leave his hometown.
In an entry dated 12 June, 1942, Anne wrote that her journal would serve as a "great support and comfort." She help that in Germany they don’t want this any more for the present days. We need to learn from our errors and that is what we need to focus about. All her family, including her, they were forced to hide if they don’t want to die. They hide and was fine but later they were found by Nazis and they were translated to a consentration camp, by the time all they die except for one, Otto Frank, Anne’s father.
Quickly after leaving Logan, Janie got married to Joe; this relationship was originally healthy for Janie but as time grew on Joe began to mistreat Janie both physically and emotionally. When Joe was alive he had Janie tie up her long hair in a rag to prevent other men from admiring her feature, but when Joe passed away Janie “tore off the kerchief from her head and let down her plentiful hair” (Hurston 87). When Janie tears off the kerchief and lets down her hair, she realizes that she is free from the restraints that Joe had put on her appearance. Days after Joe’s death Janie continued to wear her hair down about the town symbolizing her freedom from her abusive and controlling husband. Furthermore, Janie had also gained freedom from her late grandmother, Nanny, whom had raised Janie and forced her into a marriage with Logan.
As the audience has known, the incidence of Sheila in Milwards is known by mostly everyone but Gerald’s life is a mysterious story where no one exactly knows what happens. Sheila’s actions are manipulated by her parents, especially her mother. And more, Sheila is questioning her fiance but at the same time, trying to vindicate Eva. Through this, Priestley delivers a message to the audience that women are not able to decide their own fates or live their own lives but being controlled by the men. The symbol of Sheila, standing up against her own fiance to vindicate a dead girl, is created by the author to encourage more feminists stepping up for their own good and also demand the men for their own rights.
Ha is an example of the universal refugee experience because she goes through things that many other refugees go through, such as the feeling of being “inside out” and not belonging anywhere. Ha has to learn a new language and a whole new way of life, she has to give up many of her old traditions and ways of life like many refugees do. A universal refugee experience is something that is experienced by not all, but most refugees. Ha started out stubborn and forceful before they fled their home, "I decided to wake before dawn and tap my big toe on the tile floor first," (Lai 2). Ha is angry that only men 's feet bring good luck and she will not let that be the case for she wants to bring luck to her family.