Right when Audrey was about to go back to her bedroom, she was grabbed by 2 guys. She tried to defend herself and escape, but couldn’t. Audrey ended up being tied in the back of a van and blacked-out. She woke up after 1 hour and a half and saw nothing, but a mirror. Audrey looked at herself in the mirror and saw herself, long straight black hair and freckles on her face.
On October 13th at approximately 1:15 Author was found dead at the home of the Volupides. At the time that this occurred the only other person at the home was his wife Queenie. Queenie’s neighbors claim that they saw her run out of the house after a fight with her husband and speed away quickly in her car. Next I interviewed Queenie she claimed after fighting with Author she went off to a party at their country club to celebrate their new golfing range. She said she invited some friends over afterwards for one last drink before they called it a night.
Esther experiences many alarming events in her life, however, the most impactful event is the death of her father. Esther is staying in New York for a month and working as a summer intern for a fashion magazine. During her stay, Constantin, a UN interpreter, invites her to lunch at the UN. During the drive in his convertible, she has a moment of peace and recognizes that, “I felt happier than I had been since I was about nine and running along the hot white beaches with my father the summer before he died” (Plath 74). Since her father’s death, Esther lives in a state of sorrow, however, and at this particular moment, she finally feels a glimpse of happiness.
Tuner Critique Brock Allen Turner was a Stanford University student. However, after a frat party his life and another women’s life changes. Tuner was caught raping a woman who was unconscious behind a dumpster. With two witnesses present in court, Tuner was only sentenced to six months and jail. To many people including myself, felt that the sentence should have been longer.
He attended Carolina High School in Greenville, South Carolina. He never particularly enjoyed school. Regardless of him being athletic and being on both the baseball and varsity football team, his true passion was cars. When Bill was seventeen years old, he went on a group date with his buddies and met the love of his life and future wife, Gayla Gregory. She lived in Chicago but was down in South Carolina for a few months visiting her uncle.
After the trial, Bob Ewell swears to Atticus that “he’d get him if it took the rest of his life” (290). He then attempts to murder both Jem and Scout, succeeds in seriously injuring Jem, and then gets murdered himself. All of the three events above would have been avoided if Mayella had been honest during the trial, putting the responsibility on Mayella. Her dishonesty prolonged the aftermath of the trial for much longer than necessary and caused a domino effect of tragic events, none of which were desirable in any way. As shown above, the actions of Mayella Ewell during the trial of Tom Robinson prove that ultimately, she is more villain than
Someone I know told me a story of their past relating to a drug crime. He called it the angle, because of an angle he meet that night. Him and some friends of his went to a party that night and his friends told him. That night he said he seen the “prettiest girl” and once his friends were ready to leave he told them he was not going because he was going to try and talk to that girl, they left and he talk to her and later on he went home. The next day in the morning they told him in school, “aye yo did you hear about your friends (I forgot the names of his friends) well he got told that his friends decided to kill someone that night because they were high, one of them said I wonder what it is like to kill someone and they did.
One day me and my friends Tavorus,Cree,Dream,and Romello robbed a jewelry store.Now Tavorus has been in a juvenile home most of his life and just got out 3 months ago.Cree just moved up here from California.His mom sent him here because she couldn’t keep him from out of trouble,so she was hoping his dad could.Now Dream has been in prison for the past 3 years for Attempted Murder,but he beat the case.Romello was an all a student that didn’t get in any trouble,but after his mother died.His mother died in a car wreck on I-75 going to visit his grandmother.Now me i just live a normal 19 year old lifestyle,but i tend to get caught up with the wrong bunch.And what we 're about to do is about to be real messed up.I don 't know why we 're doing this, but lets just say that we 're doing
I, the supposedly “good girl”, secretly bought a plane ticket and flew to Oahu. I lied to my parents, telling them that I was going to stay at a friend’s house as a cover up for me not being home. It was evening time when I reached Oahu. Josh, along with “TNS”, came to pick me up at the airport and then we drove to the Pagoda hotel, which was where we stayed for the night. When we got our things in the hotel, we walked to the Walmart there, taking an open staircase up to the very top of the building.
He rapes her and promises to marry her in order “to save her reputation” (Guerrilla Girls). During her time, women are criticized for having sex before marriage and when a woman is raped the only way for them to avoid the shame is by marrying their rapist. Artemisia believes his promise of marriage so they continue their relationship. Then, Agostino Tassi reneged on his promise of marriage and Artemisia Gentileschi’s father filed a lawsuit against him followed by a publicized “seven-month trial” that ruined her reputation (Garrard 20). Agostino Tassi denies everything and accuses Artemisia Gentileschi of having intercourse with his friend.