Kat was at first mean and ruthless and now she is clam and nice, which was a major change of her character from the beginning to the end of the story. In the beginning of act two we see that Kat has Bianca’s hands tied, and is refusing to untie her hands because she wants to know the name of the man she loves. Kat is doing this as she wants what her sister has which is men falling head over heels for her left and right. Kat then begins to yell at her sister, that’s when their father comes in and tells Kat
Both of them used other. At the first, Melinda does not consider Heather a true friend and her mind only thinking about her childhood friends. Similarly, Heather uses Melinda to help her for decorating the ball room for the prom and hanging the poster of Martha 's food drive. She appears as a cunning character who leaves Melinda because the Marathas do not like her friendship with her. As, she says Melinda is " the most depressed person she has ever met" ch.51 and also Melinda needs" professional help".
A husband and wife spending the last days of a love one’s life. I wonder why she was carrying the pumpkins on her own without the help of Clark. But then it dawns on me that she was sick and her strong will not to give or let this illness defeat her purpose to carve the pumpkins. Also I think the daughter was wicked for the letters that she sent. Although we have no knowledge if the daughter knew Allison was sick with cancer or not.
That didn’t sit well with her father and he beat her up for standing up for herself at the dinner table. Of course it didn’t faze her mother because she was eat herself, but it emotionally hurt her younger siblings. Pattyn had become pregnant with the love of her life’s baby. Of course she didn’t tell her father and she tried to run away. This teenger has had such a hard life and these events show how she coped with them.
While Saranell is losing her mother not only to death but emotionally as well, she continues to struggle through feeling wanted or loved. Geneva, Saranell’s mom, won’t accept the fact that she has a daughter to raise and make her feel okay with all that's going on. “Geneva didn't acknowledge the bouquet, however, and she ate the third of tasteless pancake without a comment. Only when Saranell brought in the packet of hardtack and showed her did she laugh” (Carr 116). Saranell is Geneva’s child.
After the Benefit, Minny’s story gives Celia the courage to overcome the gender stereotype and express the true aspect of herself. Moreover, the incident of chopping down the mimosa tree advances the plot of the story. Before the Benefit, Celia tries to be adopted in Jackson’s society by actively contacting her neighbours, and attempts various methods to increase her chance of having a baby. However, Hilly’s disgusted attitude towards Celia makes her realize that Hilly will always hate her despite what she does, and she is unable to adopt the society as all the ladies are jealous of her
Ever since Abe left the peculiar children to fight in the war Emma is sensitive to when anyone mentions him. When Jacob first arrives he is almost killed by Emma, she denies him being who he is, Abe’s grandson, then she becomes furious and almost kills him, (131, Riggs). Emma shows that she gets very sensitive to the subject of Abe since she wants to immediately hurt Jacob just for saying that he is his grandson. Later the same subject of her being sensitive is shown when she uncontrollably cries when she finds out about Abe’s fate. Jacob is brought back to the home and tells Miss Peregrine of the news, what they do not know is that Emma is hiding and learns of the news also, once the news is broken she runs out crying (152, Riggs).
In a way, this alludes to Sondheim’s relationship with his mother. After the divorce, his mother goes way off the deep end. She tries to turn Sondheim against his father, begins to emotionally and sexually abuse him, and quite figuratively suffers the same demise as the Baker’s Wife (Secrest 30). “My mother was a difficult lady and I had a difficult time with her,” says Sondheim (Gottfried 13). The once somewhat-stable Foxy Sondheim dies and becomes an entirely different Foxy, one that is broken, hurt, and
Them “picking their wheat” is them taking all the food and drink. Penelope is not too keen on the idea of marrying one of the suitors but “love[s] to watch them all.” This indicates that she might have enjoyed having the suitors around because it would have made her feel better during her grief because of the extra attention. This is why Penelope would have been sad when they were all killed because she had become attached to the suitors over the years. However, the sadness swiftly faded after being comforted and reminded that the eagle had liberated her from them. The eagle is Odysseus coming home from his journey and killing all of the suitors who have been dominating his home for 20 years.
So it was a huge mistake for Curley’s wife to try to crush Candy’s dream. Now she lost any chance of Candy being her companion. Another example of Curley’s wife being unsuccessful with her search for a companion is when Lennie kills her. Lennie and Curley’s wife were having a decent conversation, it almost seemed like were becoming friends. However, Curley’s wife lets Lennie touch her hair which leads to her death.