After enduring cruel treatment from her own family for years, Ashputtle finally gets her own happily ever after and her family members receive what they deserve: cruel punishment. In the story, on page 858, the text states, “On the day of Ashputle’s wedding, the two sisters came and tried to ingratiate themselves and shared in her happiness…both sisters were punished with blindness to the end of their days for being so wicked and false” (Grimm). The stepsisters were so forbidding and cruel towards Ashputtle that in the end, receive what they deserve which doesn’t happen in some of the other Cinderella stories worldwide. The Grimm brothers chose to make their retelling of the story have an unusual ending (most just end with Cinderella getting married) and in doing so, unintentionally exemplified the archetypal narrative pattern of a just end that rewards good and punishes evil. But this doesn’t just appear once in the story.
This determined girl took advantage of this opportunity by drinking from a stagnant pool of water, getting herself sick. This allowed her to stay with her cousins while her immediate family traveled up the mountain to the next harvest. Diaz describes a young girl scared and desperately thinking of what to do and the courage she must have had to do this. She saw an opportunity with her abusive mother away and took a leap of faith and confided in the local teacher. This seven-year-old girl took a big chance that she would be returned to her mother, finding an unwelcome beating like in the past, but it was worth it.
Another reason why he was envious of Laertes was because he had such a close relationship with Ophelia, his sister. Laertes was always supportive of his sister and was very upset when he found out that she had gone “mentally insane”. Hamlet was so envious of him for this reason because he was in love with Ophelia. The fact that Hamlet couldn’t show his love for Ophelia like Laertes did, set a fire inside of him. After Ophelia had drowned, (committed suicide), they had a funeral for her and Hamlet confessed his love for Ophelia feeling relieved and equal to
Ashford, who taught Vivian of Donne several years earlier. Although Vivian has also studied Donne for numerous years herself, she cries in pain when Ashford asks her if she would like Donne recited to her (Edson 79). To me, it appears that Vivian has abandoned Donne’s word of life and death and wants to have a simple reason why she should leave this world. Although this is only conveyed in a painful moan to which Ashford reads Vivian a children’s book called The Runaway Bunny. The story went as Ashford recites, “Once there was a little bunny who wanted to run away.
With time, Bonnie got use to her two brothers, even to love them, but they were very different from girls. She was seven years old when her mother told her that she was pregnant once again. Bonnie showed no excitement at the news because she believed that it was just going to be another clunky brother. Imagine her joy when her mother arrived home and placed her baby sister, Laura May, in her lap. She fell madly in love!
A quote the proves this is on page 222 and it states “ on the far side of the lawn i saw the backs of two people, an older woman and a younger man… On the bench was Phoebe's mother and she was kissing the lunatic.” This causes Phoebe to grow internally because normally phoebe runs away from her problems, but this time Phoebe did not she stayed put and faced reality. Another quote that proves my statement is on page 223 it states “Phoebe was stunned and angry, but she was braver than I was she could watch, but I could not.” These quotes show how phoebe grew by showing that phoebe did not run away even Sal ran away of the sight of Phoebe's mother and the lunatic together it shows phoebe has become braver in all her
Cassie hated Lillian Jean and she had to find out a way to ‘shake’ her. Cassie made a plan. She became ‘best’ friends with Lillian by carrying her stuff, being ‘nice’ to her, doing her favors, walking with her, and calling her ‘Miz’. Lillian was convinced Cassie was her friend. Cassie brought her into the forest saying she had a surprise for her, and dropped Lillian’s books.
When the fatal ailment named smallpox claimed both of her parents’ lives. When she witnessed Amari crying, there was a flashback in the novel to when she had “wept bitterly when her mother had died of disease as well, but not one tear had given her a bite to eat or a place to stay” (Draper 80). The quote means that losing a family member can cause a person to feel an intense disturbance emotionally. Family is vital for a person because a person will be agitated if a member is lost. Polly soon confided to Teenie that her homeland had nothing “much there but bugs and gators and a few folks scraping the dirt to make do.
What it means to worship in the Christian faith and what it does to uplift them spiritually What is worship? Worship is giving worth to someone or something, genuine worship is a wholehearted expression of wonder, adoration, love, admiration, celebration, and fascination. It is a great feeling that occurs in your soul as you start to worship God for his love and appreciate him for all he has done. Most Christians today do not know the relevance of worship, true worship is more than singing, lifting hands, bowing heads, closing eyes, and smiling towards heaven. Worship is what connects the physical to the spiritual.
Mother Rapunzel, then took a piece of broken mirror and stabbed Flynn in his side. Rapunzel started crying and told Mother Gothel that if she heals Flynn she would live with her and keeps this tower, but it was too late. Flynn kissed Rapunzel and cuts off her hair to free her from this curse, at that moment Mother Gothel looked old and looses her powers. Flynn sighs his last breath. Rapunzel cries over him and one tear hits his cheeks and brought him back to