She quickly raised her right arm so that no one else in the arena except her lover had seen. Beyond that point, who knows if he chose the lady or the tiger... So, that's why I believe the princess let her lover choose the door with the tiger behind it. She let her hated for the beautiful woman get the best of her. Her conceited-ness caused her to tell him the door that the tiger was behind, just so no one else could have him.
Rose starts to become agitated and aggravated when she keeps remembering that the only reason that Rain is lost to her is because her father as ignorant and didn't have enough foresight to keep Rain inside during the storm: “I pace into my bedroom and back to the kitchen. My father is the one who left her out. The rain begins to pour outside of my house.” (Page 94). The fact that the rain becomes heavier and more recurring symbolizes how Rose’s panicked state becomes more immense and recurring. Martin makes sure that the audience feels the tension and suspense at the thought of Rain being lost and separated from
The dish symbolizes how their relationship was never really ‘used.’ In chapter 4, when the dish is being used, it breaks. The dish does not break by itself. In the story, the cat knocked it over. The cat could be a symbol for Mattie. “The cat, unnoticed, had crept up on muffled paws from Zeena's seat to the table…The cat… tried to effect an unnoticed retreat, and in doing so backed into the pickle-dish, which fell to the floor with a crash” (Wharton, chap 4).
She had spent the week in silence reflecting on her husband, who had never been her husband. She hated him for making her life miserable, hated him for being dishonest, and hated him for his cruelty. He had made her pay for his unhappiness. Hatred was terrible. Outside the room, her late husband’s family were baying for her blood.
She mentioned that her father was treating them badly, and torturing her mother and her sister. I felt sorry for her because she told me that one day, she had witnessed her father yelling at her mother for some money to buy alcohol. At that time, her mother was screaming and crying, as she couldn’t tolerate being hit by him. Then her mother took her daughters and ran away to her grandmother’s house. Till one day, the father showed up at the grandmother’s house.
Throughout the whole story, the cat makes foolish decisions that leads to messes and could have led to the children being hurt. The fish does the opposite as the cat; he makes wise decisions and is very sagacious. In the text, The Cat in the Hat, the fish says, "No! Not in the house!... They should not fly kites in the house!
As he stormed in his mom 's room to report, to his misfortune he found his father. The boy knew this was a house rule and chose to break it because he was being selfish and overreacted to get
Wait until my father hears about this. He is rich you know.” The clerk finished ringing up the lady’s order and she was out the door into the nasty storm, hoping it would wash off some of the gunk stuck to her. She quickly shuffled her legs across the parking lot, water splashing out away from her feet as she walked to her car without getting plum soaked from the rain. Once she arrived at her car, a dark red, 2016 BMW M6 convertible. An expensive car that her father bought as a surprise birthday gift.
After Margot read her poem aloud to her class, a boy had complained that her poem wasn’t hers when it really was. This supports my claim because the boy is jealous that Margot got to know what the Sun felt like on her skin or what the Sun looked like in her point of view. When the children are waiting for the rain to stop, she said something that made the children in disbelief and shock that she spoke. She had told them “It’s like a penny,” and