However, she still preforms bad wolf habits showing that she has not successfully adapted to the human culture. Little things such as translating wolf into English in her head before saying them is one example of the little things that go unnoticed. Still at stage three, Claudette wags her invisible tail, repeats the steps of being a well-mannored student, and licks her packs cheeks to comfort them. Claudette tries extremely hard to welcome her new culture but some things happen instinctively exhbiting that she is not ready to leave. For example, Claudette was at the dance and got mad at a boy so she instinctively displays her wolf personality.
Throughout the novel Antonia remains an optimistic character who always sees the glass as half full. This sense of optimism allows her to truly see and appreciate the beauty in nature and all people. She was very similar to her father in this sense, but her willingness to trust everyone leads to some of her greatest struggles. A key example of this is Larry, her fiance who abandoned and her with their child. There were rumors about Larry and his playboy nature, but Antonia choose to see the good in him and was even prepared to be married to a man who did not care as deeply for her as she believed.
While Phoenix is never actually harmed in the story, towards the close of the story, she is at the pharmacy about to ask for the medicine, when she realizes that she no longer remembers anything about her quest, including the type of medicine that her grandson requires “My grandson. It was my memory had left me. There I sat and forgot why I made my long trip.” (53). Readers could consider this moment of memory loss as a wound, even though it technically is not defined as a wound. It could be defined as a wound, due to the fact that it indirectly harms her, as she’ll be sad if she forgets to get the medicine for his grandson, considering he may die.
This was all a very special gift to Hester, once being the towns shun now being known for her heroic deeds. Hester transformed into someone everybody learned to love, her prayers had been answered. “Heaven would show mercy” rejoined Hester, “Hadst thou but the strength to take advantage of it” Hawthorne
Their mother rethought the decision that she made when she became aware that Peter and Wendy have been playing too much in the Veldt. The parents were suspicious of the children when they sensed the reality of the “heat”, the “vultures” and the “screams” in the playroom. George and Lydia decided the time has come for the nursery to be shut down a few days. When the technology in the playroom makes the decision to refuse George’s commands, George decides to close the “fool room” forever. The children were not pleased with George’s decision, Peter and Wendy thought the idea of shutting down the nursery was “horrid”.
Born in a low status family, she is stressed to suffer under the underestimation and disdain from other people and furthermore, her dad’s terrible treatments. Mayella tells two separated lies: one is about Tom Robinson raped her; another one is she shields her dad, which means she conceals the truth about her dad beats her. In the trial, Tom states that when Bob saw what did his daughter do to him, he savagely snaps, “you goddamn whore, I’ll kill ya” (Harper 221) to Mayella. From this quote, Bob is extremely furious with his daughter when he accidentally saw the scene. That’s because being a white, he cannot accept the thing that her daughter did.
Tom also gives Daisy the image of loving wife and mother that she feels she needs for the public eye, regardless of what happens behind closed doors. All of this leads to Daisy staying with Tom and being the submissive wife character he needs. But then she falls in love with Gatsby again and begins to really experience life. Daisy says “It make me sad because I’ve never seen such- such beautiful shirts before.” (92). Daisy isn’t just crying about shirts she is crying about a way of life she has never experienced with Tom but just within the few hours she’s been with Gatsby.
This has affected her actions and way of living her life and even pursuing teenage dreams. Since Susie didn 't arrive for dinner Abigail still kept her hope up that nothing unusual had happened and that her daughter was in safe hands. Successively she started becoming worried and made phone calls to neighbors …”as my mother made phone calls..” (p 55) which shows us that she is upset. The hope of Susie one day arriving back home started fading away as the days went past and additional evidence came through the police indicating Susie being dead. Going through these tough times Abigail couldn’t show affection to anyone as she had done earlier and therefore the relationship between her spouse, Jack, weakened up.
Most primarily Squeak and Harpo, or rather Squeak herself and her relationship to Harpo. After Sofia leaves him, Squeak is Harpo’s escape. She is the type of woman his father would want him to be with, demure, obedient, and quiet. Yet her love for him is so strong is does not stop her from standing up to Sofia at Shug’s concert, with consequences. The couples interaction after the fight between the women accurately portrays the dynamic they have “Finally he turn loose her (Sofia’s) arm, reach down and cradle poor little Squeak in his arms.
In Gwendolyn Brooks “The Mother,” Gwendolyn does not write a persuasive or opinionated poem. She stays focused throughout the entire work on her experience with these abortions, she never changes topics or ideas throughout the work. The reader sees in the beginning of the work Gwendolyn’s explanations of how she regrets it and what she misses, from quotes like in lines 7-8, “You will never wind up the sucking-thumb, Or scuttle off ghosts that come.” These feelings of regret remain from the first stanza into the second. Gwendolyn states in line 13, “My dim dears at the breasts they could never suck.” The purpose of Gwendolyn’s writing about her abortions is to inform readers about her experience, and how much she regrets this. Gwendolyn focuses on presenting this work in a non-persuasive way.
She wanted to see him and thank him for everything he 's done for her; the stories, the fun times they 've had. She willingly put herself in a bad situation because she loves him, and she knows that he loves her too. She knew that if Max saw her, it would make him the happiest