Gilbert starts catching feels for this girl but is constantly getting embarrassed around her by Arnies odd mannerisms. Gilbert slowly starts to lose it with Arnie, and even abuses him towards the end when he misbehaved and wouldn’t get in the shower. Gilbert is so shocked from his action that he took off and spent the night with Becky. He showed up the next day for Arnies birthday and made up with his brother and the rest of the family. At the end of the film, the mother passes away and Becky leaves the town, only to return a year later for Arnie’s nineteenth
Working for Hilly, Minny experienced lots of humiliation. Once, when the tornado hit Jackson, her toilet outside was ruined. Hilly’s mother told her to go to the inside one, but Hilly was against it. As soon as she heard Minny flushing the toilet, she fired her. The next day, Minny called Aibileen and told her that she went to Hilly’s house and “got her back” because she was telling everybody that Minny steals.
Grete have to work and take care of Gregor so she gets exhausted each time. At the end, Grete was the one who complained about Gregor, that how this bug is a monster and it is not her brother which also ruined the family relationship. At the end, when Gregor dies, Mr. and Mrs. Samsa feels that Grete have matured because she is the first to called Gregor out. “..but, while they were talking, Mr. and Mrs. Samsa were struck, almost simultaneously, with the thought of how their daughter was blossoming into a well built and a beautiful young lady” (Kafka,
She was in love with the Tom Riddle Sr. who was a muggle but he did not love Merope back. She managed to marry Tom Riddle Sr. by giving him love potions and eventually she got pregnant. She stopped giving the potion, thinking that he might be actually in love with her but he immediately left Merope. She was depressed and sold everything she had for a living. On a new year’s eve, Merope went to an orphanage and died hours after giving birth to Tom Riddle.
Arthur Dimmesdale is suppose to be this role model for the townspeople. If the townspeople found out about his sin of adultery, he would begin getting mocked and harassed like Hester. He begins to punish himself brutally for his sin by whipping himself, his health begins to deteriorate. When he is standing on the scaffold he sees a meteor that looks like the letter “A” for adultery, his guilt is eating at him. Roger Chillingworth is Hester’s husband, he can 't let his secret get out of his true identity.
Many problems come after that. First, his wife gets pregnant and starts finding some illegal work to sustain them. Candido feels very ashamed as he cannot provide for the family. He accidentally causes a fire as he tries to cook some turkey. The book ends after there is a landslide and Candido helps Delaney.
Bubba questions why he is the way he is an example is when he said " he is always buried in those books or shuffling around the house like his loss and some dream I was in like that Baba said frustrated almost angry. "Bubba doesn't understand why amir is so different so they are very distant leaving them in life and relationship with his father. Amir feels betrayed by his father because Bubba's actions so shows that he prefers his van because he is more man then send it from your invites Bubba said if I hadn't seen the doctor pull him out of my way with my own eyes I never believe he's my son. Amir is depressed because he isn't like his father and so is his father because he can't believe Amires his son. In the kite Runner Amir is desperate to find his father and try some mask himself to be more like baba.
“Mommy, Mommy!” I screamed with terror. Then my mom came and looked at the pool and all she thought was, this can 't be good. She sees me standing in a puddle of pee and tears. She took me to our belongings and sat me down. “What happened?” She questioned with concern I finished my weeping and crying for the most part, and told my mom in a post crying voice trying to hold back tears, “I peed in the pool, and it turned blue for some reason.
Both his emotions and unpreparedness provide a sense of femininity because he is both fearful and he too naive to bring a map to help him. Once McCandless realized he could not cross the river because it would be suicide had he attempted to do so, he went back to the bus and wrote in his journal, “Disaster [...] Lonely, scared” (McCandless 170). His journal entries about the way he feels shows his vulnerability, which is a big portion of the femininity in the novel. Another feminine aspect in the novel is his ignorance of preparedness when he decides to go into the wild. In chapter 17 it is explained that had he had a topographic map readily available, McCandless would have been able to return to civilization by finding a gauging station with a thick steel cable that crosses the river.
The two make one last run. As they are on their way home the road is closed. The father and boy drive back to a dinner they passed on the way. The father is blind to the fact that he is about to get divorced and believes getting his son home would mend the marriage. He says to the boy “I can’t let this happen,” and the next thing the two of them left the dinner and were on their way driving on the closed road (1).
Despite knowing his regiment might survive he was sure he wouldn 't and ran away to save his own life. The thought of desertion has been a dilemma for young Henry, and been plaguing the entire march. After an adrenaline rush of a first battle he came to senses and ran away, doing the action that had been plaguing his mind. Giving into his fear, and deserting his comrades whether they might live or die without him. In the end Henry ran.
I’ll take it out of you.” (Ch. 5) He continued to go to school because it made pap mad, although he didn’t like it because he preferred to not be civilized. He ran away when pap kidnapped him, partly because he was sick of getting beat and dealing with his dad’s alcoholism, and also for the reason that he just wanted to be free. As you can see, “the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is a story with a new view on society and what is right/wrong. It was and still is a book that leaves much to be debated on topics such as culture, race, and
The next horrible act Lennie commits is caused by his fantasies of rabbits which lead to a fight between him and Curley that ends with Curley’s hand being completely crushed by Lennie’s out of control strength. Lennie cries “I didn’t wanta hurt him” (Steinbeck 64) and George says “Lennie was jus’ scairt...he didn’t know what to do” (Steinbeck 65). This proves that Lennie does not mean to harm people but due to his challenged mind and physical power it is
They won’t let you back in school either, not until you’ve had your treatment.” She then explains that it’s costing their family lots of money, her father will get really mad, and so on (48). At this point Callie is not listening, she starts to imagine the surroundings around her warp. She describes it as “The door of the tiny booth quivers, it narrows, then expands... The floor of the booth pitches up, then it swims away.” (48). These details sounds like Callie is