Starting with “Puppy” each prospect point is told in the third person and feels like it is coming from the character’s mind. The first scene concentrates on Marie, a mother of two children who has some problems but still living a nice-looking useful life. Her son Josh is headlong to forcible burst but has mellow
(Faulkner 263), so this story would have a whole different feel if she told it. The father Abner is always mad and lashes out for anything at any time, he would never think about his actions he would just do things. Lennie says “Abner. Abner. Please don’t.
Lou Ann even gathers the courage to talk to Taylor about family and community, even though Taylor did not want to be in a community. " Taylor, remember that time you were mad at me because you didn't want us to act like a family? That all we needed was a little dog named Spot? Well, don't get mad, but I told somebody that you and Turtle and Dwayne Ray were my family. Somebody at work said, 'Do you have family at home?'
His mother provided a needed nurturing feature that he would need to give him the boost to return to the aspects of society. Krebs struggled to find ways to regain his stature in society and his mother felt it was her duty to help him along the way even if he was mean to her without understanding why he was doing such. Krebs would even tell his mother he did not love her, even though he did not mean it (Hemingway 170). His mother would be there to support her son, even after the hurtful comments that Krebs made towards her. It is hurtful in any form to see your children go through any pain and she would make sure that all could be done to get Harold back into the world.
H. T. Miller lived alone in an overly stuffed apartment in a remodeled brownstone near the East River. She’s been a for many years widow and Mr. H. T. Miller had left a sensible amount of insurance money. Her interests were narrow, and she had no friends to speak of. In fact, she rarely journeys beyond the corner grocery store. Her neighbors never seemed to notice her: her clothes were matter-of-fact, her hair iron-gray, clipped and casually waved; she did not use cosmetics, her features were plain and inconspicuous, and on her last birthday she was sixty-one.
Professor Schlemiel is caring and compassionate because in the story he finds a dog that is lost, like him so he told him that he would he would help him find his home and that he would not leave him. He is also very forgetful since he does not remember where he lives and he forgets his stuff everywhere. Professor Shlemiel is the protagonist in this story because the text is in his perspective and we are getting to see what he is really going through and with this it unfolds his character.
The story is centered around two migrant farmers; Lennie, who has a mental disability, and George, who watches over and protects Lennie from getting into any trouble. One of the mens’ fellow workers, Curley, has a wife who is constantly ignored and discriminated against because of her gender. While attempting to reassure Lennie after the loss of his pup, Lennie repeatedly states that he must follow George’s orders and avoid talking to her. Frustrated, Curley’s wife begins to rant about her true feelings after stating “‘I get lonely’” (Steinbeck 87).
They couldn't fight back, and if they did they would be beaten. They had to please the men in anyway they wanted, if the men disobeyed their time of an hour they would get a slap to the face compared to being “treated like dogs” every day like the young girls were. While the girls were afraid of the men that forced themselves on them, they were also afraid of punishment from God. Many women voiced that they can only hope and pray that God will forgive them. Although, some can interpret differently, they were powerless and it was against their will, so they shouldn't be punished.
Bonnie Smith –Yackel in “My Mother Never Worked” is remembering her mother with the feelings of disdelief of how society views a stay at home wife. While some differences between “My Mother Never Worked” and “I Want a Wife” are evident, the similarities are noticeable. Most of Society has the belief that because a woman is just a housewife, she does not work. The federal government saids “a woman who is a homemaker, who has never been a wage earner, is eligble for Social Security benefits only through the earnings of her deceased husband (Smith-Yackel 118). Bonnie Smith-Yackel I believe is shocked, and upset as she has realized, how hard her mother really did work.
The army dog could hate their new trainer. Something horrible could happen. This is why you should let army men and women keep their army dog. You wouldn’t have to have the possibility of something bad happening. Keeping them together is better for them!
It stops people from adopting or rescuing a pit bull because they now believe they are not able to be rehabilitated. It promotes the stereotyping of certain dog breeds. These dogs can only be used for certain protective measures or means. It causes people to have an unnecessary fear of bully breed dogs. Don’t want to have them around their families.
When my grandmother called me, I’d say, ‘Yes ma’am.’ I wanted to say, ‘Why do you hit me? Am I really a bad child? Why do you treat me like I’m not part of your family?’” As I’m reading his story he has a very remarkable story in my opinion, and he’s a perfect reason we need to change this system.
The story “Stray” by Cynthia Rylant is showing that you don’t always get what you want, but it might turn out your way in many different ways. The first reason is her parents don 't let her have the dog. But that doesn 't stop Doris. Instead she keeps fighting for the right to let her have the dog.