Only nasty weeds grow in it now” (Shakespeare 1.2.132-134). In this example, Hamlet is currently talking to himself after a conversation with his mother and the current king, . Hamlet is presenting that his family has now gone wild, and that no one is capable of taking care of all the bad that is happening. Hamlet puts the blame on Gertrude because Hamlet knows that his mother started this nonsense and now there is no help to the situation. Another example of hate is when Shakespeare writes, “Yet even so, within a month of my father’s death… crying like crazy—even an animal would have mourned its mate longer than she did!—there she was marrying my uncle, my father’s brother”( Shakespeare 1.2.
Someone could have organized a blood drive for Henrietta to get the toxins out of her blood. Then, they stopped all of her treatment except for painkillers, which did not help her at all because she was in a lot of pain and was moaning and groaning. The doctors somehow came to the decision that she should just die and stopped all of her treatment. In the Hippocratic Oath, there is a part about the responsibility of saving and taking lives and that “above all, [the doctor] must not play God.” In this case, the doctors were playing God. They were going to let Henrietta die without any remorse and did not inform her, to my
Dubose would always throw insults at the kids, but Jem lost it when she started talking bad about Atticus. Scout’s baton was taken by her brother, and used to decapitate the heads of the old lady 's greenery. Chop. The stunned woman sat there, as Jem ran off in fury. To make up for the vandalism, Jem read to her every day until her demise, at longer intervals each day.
The two characters that really stood out to me as the Mockingbirds were Atticus Finch and Calpurnia. These two characters throughout the story taught Jem and Scout lessons that would help them later on in life. Atticus was a father figure, and a defense attorney, he was a trustworthy man and kept his word. Calpurnia a mother-like figure was Jem and Scout’s housemaid. She treated the children as if they were her own.
Ray went to where her aunts were and just sat down. Her Aunt Stella then told her that she was to quiet and wasn’t going to get anywhere in life if she kept being quiet. Ray got furious so she stormed out. Tears were forming in her eyes. She was tired of it.
"I thought I would die," says Kim Pace who for six months lost more than 30 kilograms, and until then the normal body structure. She was not talking about diet nor of eating disorders - but the fear of stabbing pain on the left side of his face every time he opened his mouth. No tooth brushing is not an option because the slightest touch driven by waves of unbearable pain, which Pace describes as electric shocks. Analgesics and even morphine would provide relief only briefly. Unable to work, Pace first took sick leave and then resigned in the workplace financial consultant bank at the age of 59 years.
One night, she heard her parents arguing and struggling in terrible wrath to each other and saw that they are struggling for the knife where her father had ordered her to take the knife away from her mother’s hand and so she followed and tossed it out the window. Engracia continuously spat and slapped Pio as soon as she was released from his grasp then clutched Martha and told her words that were foreign and strange, words that were only half-understood but Martha was crying. When Martha was eighteen, she fully understood the night that had been a blur to her when she was still twelve. She fell in love with a guy not older than herself, and her seriousness and innocence with love hindered things such as fun or flings and she asked him about their marriage and he just laughed at her. After her heartbreak, Martha had inflamed the hatred she kept against her father for
My opinion towards Curley’s Wife, is that she can be a little too flirty at times. I understand that she is lonely when her husband is at work and/or at the whore house, but I think that she should be able to keep it under control. To be honest I hate her. I say this because she is always trying to get people in trouble, she’s always causing trouble, and she never once does anything on her own, she’s always has to go bother the guys, like Lennie. For example in Chapter 5, when Lennie is in the barn, getting all flustered and frustrated because he had just killed the pup on accident because he was play fighting with him, Curley’s Wife came in, and started bothering him.
The author of the story is very demeaning to women regarding their attitude and role in society, as a result, it becomes obvious that the author was male. Throughout the story, women were pictured to be bad causing little children who read this tale to question women entirely. The tone of the story changes from heartbroken for the little Brahmin boy to the distaste of females when gender roles are discussed. The author explains that the wife wanted to get rid of the Black Cow after she found out the Black Cow was nourishing her Brahmin stepson, she “begged [her husband] to sell the black cow, and said she would neither sleep nor eat until this was done.” (Tatar 169). This form of childlike behavior emphasizes that the author views women as nagging and annoying which functions as a forewarning of future female behavior that could be harmful.
She made David slept alone in the garage and called him ‘it’. Every day she kicks him, hit him, and made him starve anytime- she thought this as a game. David’s father knew about it, but he was helpless because if he meddles in so as to protect David, David’s mother would become ‘wilder’ with her actions. David’s perspective of his mother changed from being lovely to a ‘cruel monster’. She ordered David, a child aged four, to do all the house chores from washing up to the cleaning of bathrooms.