While this woman was locked away, she experienced different characteristics that people could say resemble an animal. The woman starts to notice that someone has been biting her bed. What she does not realize is that she has been biting the bed and so has the woman in the wallpaper. Both of the women creep around as a lion would do right before they attack their prey. This shows that her hallucinations are insanity symptoms and making her see this other woman resembling herself.
It is clear that she has been driven insane by the murder of Duncan and cannot properly function. Her nighttime is chaotic and she cannot sleep normally because of the evil that inhabits her life and mind. The Doctor observes, “Foul whisp’rings are abroad. Unnatural deeds/Do breed unnatural troubles. Infected minds/To their deaf pillows will discharge their secrets./More needs she the divine than the physician./God, God forgive us all.
One theme that emerges from the story is that true equality is impossible to achieve, no matter how much pain a superior bring to others. Kurt Vonnegut develops this theme throughout the story from page 1 to page 6. Early in the story, Vonnegut describes two people, George and Hazel Bergeron, as ordinary people watching television. While watching ballerinas perform, George hears a loud and painful noise coming from his mental handicaps. At the same time, the ballerinas on television fell to the floor as a result of the noise they heard (p. 1).
He felt as if he was under a curse from the black cat and was stuck under it while the cat still roamed around his house. Towards the end of the story he wanted to kill the black cat but the black cat ended up getting him hung since the police discovered that he killed his own wife because the black cat basically led into murdering his
“The wall was covered with hardened blood.” this quote shows the blood which is grotesqueness. By mentioning the blood on the wall. And “I buried the cat in the wall with my wife.” mentions the entrapment because the cat was entrapped with his wife in the wall. In the “Prey” the doll of the hunter moves and tries to kill the main character and as the main character kills the doll by burning it. She gets possessed by the released spirit of the doll.
Hell is Murky…,” Lady Macbeth is sleepwalking/ sleeptalking imagining that patches of blood are all over her and she is demanding them to come off. Later, she speaks about “all of the perfumes of Arabia,” and how they all couldn’t take the scent of blood away. The fear of blood eventually lead to Lady Macbeth to commit suicide due to the murders haunting her
Patsy was also a suspect because the nanny recalled patsy getting really angry at JonBenet for wetting the bed at night. So the theory is, is that Patsy got really frustrated one day and hit JonBenet really hard and knocked her out on accident. Then put her in the cellar while she was knocked out, but JonBenet soon regained consciousness and Patsy’s nearest tool was her paintbrush so she strangled her with
During the late medieval period in Europe, authors used a writing style that reflects the gothic architecture and created horror stories that are still taught to students throughout the world. One author is Edgar Allen Poe. Poe wrote many gothic literatures such as “The Black Cat” and “The Masque of the Red Death”. In each story, there are characteristics that distinguish gothic literature. “The Black Cat” and “The Masque of the Red Death”, both written by Edgar Allen Poe, are examples of gothic horror literature because they include characteristics such as highly charged emotional states, unexplainable occurrences, and isolated locations.
Through the many works, of gothic writer Edgar Allan Poe, vast amounts of Gothic elements can be found; including Cemetery, devil, and grotesque. These elements are hidden in these stories , that Edgar Allan Poe wrote, and are still read and studied today. These elements were chosen because of the way they are whittled into the story, and indirectly expressed. For example the Gothic element cemetery can be described in two different ways, but is the same gothic element. One way cemetery can be described is in a non traditional way it can give the reader claustrophobia.
When they are fighting in her bedroom, Hamlet verbally attacks her saying she lives “in the rank sweat of an enseamèd bed, / Stewed in corruption, honeying and making love / over the nasty sty” (3.4.93-95). In this instance and elsewhere throughout the play, Hamlet attacks Gertrude’s lifestyle, in regards to her actions behind closed doors. He ruthlessly condemns her decision to marry Claudius and constantly questions her lifestyle. With a reference to daggers, Gertrude begs Hamlet to stop, saying “O speak to me no more! / These words like daggers enter in my ears” (3.4.96-97).
Case Study, Chapter 9, Stress and Adaptation Mrs. S confides in the nurse that she is terrified of her husband. She reports that at times, he is so kind, and then later he is angry and has become physically abusive at times. She also reports that he frequently wakes up at night screaming and trying to crawl under the bed. (Learning Objectives: 5, 7, and 11) 1. What does the nurse suspect?
One night I was sleep walking and went straight into my mom and Jimmy’s bedroom. I tapped on Jimmy’s shoulder to wake him up so I could get in the bed with them, but he didn’t. Instead he was in a nightmare were he thought I was an enemy in the war and started choking me with both of his hands. He picked me up and threw me on the bed while still choking me. The sudden thump in the bed is what awoken my mom.