Pristine Prairies delight Rachel Smith is the daughter of a Wealthy Farmer in East Greenbush, New York. She grows up with the love that would cause many young women of her age to turn green with envy. Everything she desires is at her beck and call. This continued till her 17th Birthday when a terrible drought hits her Town. The Father manages to salvage what he could but the fortunes of the family nose-dive.
When someone close to you dies it usually takes a couple weeks to get back on your feet and just forget about the one you love. But, in this case this was not happing to Mrs. Mallard While she was sitting in the chair she had “something coming to her and she was waiting for it, fearfully” (Chopin 15). Now her chest was beating violent outburst and she could not keep the feeling in her no more. When she finally abandoned the feeling she said in a whisper “free, free, free” (Chopin 15). She had so much joy that her husband is dead because she did not have to work so much around the house.
Kelly opens up about her relationship with her father to her fans and the world. With Kelly’s emotional attachment to “Piece by Piece,” it makes a great song with a narrative background. In an article “Kelly Clarkson: Her Heartbreaking Relationship With Her Biological Father Revealed” by Emy LaCroix, it talked about Kelly’s past and how she didn’t have the best childhood growing up due to her parents divorcing. “And all I remember is your back / Walking towards the airport, leaving us all in your past” (lines 3 and 4). Her song goes straight into talking about how her father abandoned her when she was six, and her family.
Garlic was very sad because she was very fond of her mother. Her father was also so sad because he loved his wife so much. After Garlic’s mother died, her house was visited frequently by a widow who had a daughter named Onion. The widow often came with Onion to the Garlic’s home by bringing food, helping to clean the house, and chatting with Garlic’s father. Finally, the father thinks that he should marry the widow and made the widow as a new mother for Garlic.
“He’d come back late and worn out, and pretty near cross for one so sweet-tempered, not wanting to talk about it.”(lines 49-51) Toward the end of the story, it shows how the wife 's husband had left and she became very worried. As the husband was found outside the wife watched him change and form into a human. The descriptions had shown that they were wolves, but the husband became a human on full moons. The wife and her family felt threatened so they decided to fight against “it”. As the man was running away the wife’s sister attacked the
Mary being prepared is shown throughout the beginning of the story. Mary often references how her looking at the clock made her feel immense joy for it was counting down the minutes until her husband would come return. When Patrick enters the house Mary awaits his every desire although she is six months pregnant. She insists many times to make him dinner after he expressed he was to tired to go out. Which fits the good wife stereotype that Mary was trying to uphold.
After Jody dies, Janie spends nine months basking in her newfound freedom. After her experience with freedom, she finds a new man. Tea Cake is a man with a job and a small apartment, but Janie feels a love for him like she has never before experienced. All three marriages sculpt Janie’s horizon and help her to reach it. After Janie’s grandmother sees Janie kissing a local boy named Johnny Taylor, she makes it her duty to find a husband who can provide protection for Janie.
But then a few years pass and the narrator becomes a high up government worker. So one day she happens to Alice who smiles at her again like Alice always has but the narrator cut off her smile and acted like she didn’t see her most likely because she didn’t want it to ruin her reputation being seen talking to someone who was on a lower level or what she thought was lower in the narrator’s eyes. After that the narrator says how eight years have gone by and in those years she saw Alice bury her husband and her son. Also, the narrator had a family and realized she didn’t always keep her floor clean, her hair combed, or her legs oiled and she learned to like the taste of beer. Which led her to the secret of laughter and happiness.
Finally, he had felt he waited long enough and her symptoms were so bad he needed to get her the help she deserved. He had held off for so long because he felt that if he had taken her to the doctor, they would send her away to a nursing home. Extensive testing was done, to the point that she had been pricked enough times for her scrawny left arm to bruise so badly she couldn’t move it. After days of waiting anxiously by the phone, it rang, the husband picked it up and answered. A voice that sounded much like the nurse they had seen at the doctor’s office said, “I am sorry sir but after extensive testing we were able to conclude that your wife does indeed have Alzheimer’s, we believe the best way for her to get treatment is if you check her into a nur-“ The husband of the little old lady cut her off, “No, no that’s fine.
It was a rainy day on 103 Maple Street Lane. The Earth family which consisted of a nice and loving mother, a scientist father, and two nice daughters, and one friend who lived with them named Carl. The daughters names were Lily and Allison, Lilly in high- school and Allison in 3rd grade. Carl was one of Lilly’s best friends, and got to move in when his family got trapped in a fire and was the only one able to survive. One morning, Lily was told to pick her sister up after school.