On page 155 of Jeanette Walls’ memoir, Glass Castle, Walls describes how after the family settles down in Welch, she and her brother Brian decide to make the best of the situation they are in. Ninety-three Little Hobart Street is a “dinky thing perched high up off the road on a hillside...painted white a long time ago, but...turned a dismal gray” (Walls 150). Jeanette and Brian scavenge a shovel and a pickaxe. Then, the two build the foundation for the the Glass Castle of their dreams behind the dingy home. After a month, their father orders the children to fill the foundation with garbage.
Jurgis has Ona Lukoszaite who is his wife (Sinclair, Pg. 27) as like James who has Mae Braddock that he had two kids with working on a third. After a while in Chicago Ona and Jurgis have a baby boy named Antanas Rudkus who they love (Sinclair, Pg. 110) mean while James has a little girl named Rosie who he gives his food to so she is not hungry. As time goes on for Jurgis he starts to lose his family first Ona and his second baby then Antanas drowns and that is his braking point so he ran (Sinclair Pg.
Lulach's stepfather Macbeth is a leader of a small village "Moray". Both Luke and Lulach struggle to accept their new stepfathers. Macbeth and Son shows how modern day teenagers would react to having a step-parent after losing a biological parent. Luke's father died from an illness most likely cancer. His mum remarries a rich TV presenter Sam.
Pilate is finally starting to become free, the final straw being the placement of Sing’s snuffbox on Macon’s grave. Immediately after she is shot and asks Milkman to sing just as her father asked her to sing. She has now become the savior, for she gives Milkman his epiphany. “Without ever leaving the ground, she could
This shows how the poet realizes how much his mother does for him, and this also reveals the theme that you can't repay your mother, but it's the thought that counts. Also the poet uses shift to develop the theme by having the first part explain about what a Lanyard is and how he discovered a Lanyard. Collin writes, “ When I found myself in the L section of the dictionary/ where my eyes fell upon the word lanyard” (5-6). This shows how the poet is just discovering what a lanyard is. Also Colin writes, “learning how to braid long thin plastic strips into a lanyard”(11).
Symbolism is used differently in both works, nevertheless symbolism is an important part in the two texts. Shirley Jackson uses dialogue throughout the story to provide the background information to inform the readers what's going on. Without this craft move the problem of the story would be hard to recognize. Suzanne Collins uses dramatic irony to provide the readers background information. Lastly, Jackson uses inner thinking to get the readers predicting.
• Robert Smith jumps of the roof of Mercy Hospital (No Mercy Hospital) hoping he can fly • Ruth Dead goes into labor at Mercy hospital, and she was the first black patient admitted there • Around the same time Guitar is ordered by a nurse to get the security guard at the admissions desk, and Guitar was a smart 6 year old as he realized her mistake spelling 'admissions' • A day after this Macon III 'Milkman' Dead is born • Macon does not give Ruth any love, and because of that she does things that make her happy, such as polishing a watermark on her dining table and breastfeeding 'Milkman', for longer than he should've, which is how he got his nickname as Freddie walked into Ruth breastfeeding Milkman • Macon is obsessed with money, and
The main pairing in this play is John Proctor and his wife Elizabeth. Their love is put to the test when John commits adultery on Elizabeth with their old maid Abigail Williams six months before the play takes place. Elizabeth is still hurt by this so John does everything in his power to make up for his mistake. John suggests “It’s winter in here yet. On Sunday let you come with me, and we’ll walk the farm together; I never see such a load of flowers on the earth,” Miller 1236).
I found one quote that is a metaphor. “The queen, for her part, is the unifying force of the community; if she is removed from the hive, the workers very quickly sense her absence. After a few hours, or even less, they show unmistakable signs of queenlessness.” (Sue Monk Kidd 1) This metaphor in the first page of the book compares the death of the queen bee to the death of Lily’s mother. Lily’s mother, like the queen, kept the family together. After she died, Lily and her father fell apart just like the bees making unmistakable signs of
Producer, Jaime Dezcallar’s short film,.uses repetition to emphasize life in his short film, La Migala. La Migala, is a reminder that fear exists in love. After a devastating heartbreak, a man forced himself to live with one of his greatest childhood fears, a bird spider. He decides to purchase and live with the spider to hopefully overcome his fear of being bitten. He demonstrates the use of repetition by feeding the spider everyday to keep it alive, because he wants to feed his fear so it can live.