The coldness woke me up. My toes felt numb from the frigid December air and my body ached. I was in my studies, passed out after working on a few homicide cases that ultimately linked back to one guy. I sat up right, yawned, and stretched my arms out as wide as I could, knocking a few of my Archie’s Comics off the shelf and to the wooden floor. I’ll pick that up later.
The tone shifts throughout novel, but maintains a common theme. In the beginning of the chapter, “Gregor [awoke] out of a deep sleep, more like a swoon than a sleep”. This change in diction from deep sleep to swoon gives the text a more serious and mysterious tone as Gregor state of unconsciousness is described as a more intense state. Kafka establishes a vulnerable tone as he describes that Gregor’s “One little leg...trailed uselessly behind him”. Kafka includes that a usual evening in the Samsa house, “[Gregor’s] father made a habit of reading the afternoon newspaper in a loud voice to his mother and occasionally to his sister as well, not a sound was now to be heard”.
“When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin,” (part 1 p.76). Gregor is not dismayed by his overnight transformation but is only worried about getting to work on time. “The next train went at seven; to catch that he would have to make frantic haste and his samples weren’t even packed up yet;” (part 1, p 78). Gregor can barely get out of bed and he is worried about how he will make it to work. It is not until he interacts with members of his family that the effects of his transformation truly affect him.
The narrator of this story is requested to visit his old childhood friend through a letter that he receives. Once he approaches the house he is a little stunned by the appearance of the house. “With the first glimpse of the building, a sense of insufferable gloom pervaded my spirit.” (Poe 3) Once he gets inside the house he hardly recognizes his friend who seems to have an illness. “The writer spoke of acute body illness-of a mental disorder which oppressed him” (Poe 4). Poe starts off the story with a mysterious feeling and it works well to keep the reader reading.
They are both helping each other reach their full potential in life. Jamal and William's relationship begins when Jamal is talked into breaking into William’s house by his friends. When he broke in the house William scared Jamal and Jamal forgetting his backpack. Jamal’s backpack contained his journals of all the writing he had done and William edited all of his work. After Jamal got his books back, he was reading a famous book by William Forester in his class.
After that Grim went down to the cellar where Max was, and grim usually tells Max to clean his room and put his dirty socks and cloths inside his closet but he didn 't he sat on his bed. Max asked ‘’are you going to buy a gun’’ Grim responds’’maybe I will maybe I wont and it breaks my heart to lie to her that 's one thing I 've done’’ this
I was attracted to him and he seduced me. I immediately felt guilty afterwards and prayed hard for Allah 's forgiveness. I arrived home to find Abu sleeping. In the morning, he asked him where I had been all night. I lied and said I slept in the university library as I often frequented the place.
Crooks is a black crippled old man. Since segregation have not been banned yet in the 1930s Crooks, being black, had to sleep in his very own room which is described in the book as a "little shed". Crooks isn't very involved in the book because of his isolation from the other workers. However later in the book we learn more about Crooks when George leaves Lennie to go into town with the others for a while. Because Lennie is lonely Lennie decides to go into Crook's room because he sees that his bedroom light is on.
In the poem, The Raven, written by Edgar Allan Poe, there is an old man. The old man is very sad and depressed because the love of his life, Lenore, has died. It is midnight in December and there is a terrible rainstorm outside. There is a melancholic feeling because of the storm and also because of how depressed the man is. He is sitting all alone in a room reading and all of a sudden, he hears a knocking at his door.
She is now at a point in her life where she does not care about what others think of her, unless it is someone she could potentially marry. Mate has always been in love with idea of having a husband, and after meeting revolutionary engineer Leandro, she marries him. The young Maria Teresa, who would never kill a fly, is now a revolutionary bride fighting for her present and future