One night, in the deep, dark forest, teeming with wild and ferocious animals, Hansel and Gretel were left alone by their father in the woods without knowing the reason. The siblings waited in the dark, cold and foggy forest. Then, they wandered in the dark forest because they couldn’t wait no longer until they found a colorful candy house. Hansel and Gretel rushed in front of the candy door and knocked to help them. They were so hungry that they could eat like a horse.
This idea is explored in Hansel and Gretel, when the witch befriends Hansel and Gretel and invites them into her home, where she offers them more lollies. “She was in reality a wicked witch”. The alliteration of ‘wicked witch’ highlights the fact that this woman they’ve come across is extremely dangerous, and therefore poses as another obstacle in their journey back home. It is now expected that Hansel finds a way to get them out of this predicament, hence saving himself and his sister as he usually does. Although, when Hansel is immobile due to the over consumption of sweets, It seems that this time the children won’t be lucky enough to escape.
Many inmates were able to escape prisons due to shortage of staff, however. The average victim was a woman in her 40’s or older, many of which were in their 60’s (“Salem Witch Trials”). Almost all the men accused of witchcraft during the trials was related to a woman who had been accused prior. Accusations were usually directed towards colonists in the higher wealth class, in contrast to English witchcraft accusations which were directed towards the poor wealth class (Campbell). As well as humans, two dogs were shot and killed after being accused of witchcraft, showing that just about anything could be accused of witchcraft in Salem during the late seventeenth
The consequences of the Salem witch trials were very heavy. The aftermath of the trials laid a burden on the people of Salem. Many people were stuck in jail because they could not pay to get out. Those who were convicted of witchcraft their land was taken often leaving their families poor and homeless. Houses and fields were left unattended during the trials, and crop failure was a result of the neglect.
They looked almost the same age but there was one who seemed slightly older than the rest. They were stunned when they saw me. What was a person like me doing in an underground cavern? "I told you that you needed to fix the ceiling!" shouted the first witch.
Also if you wanted to know how Margaret lost her pelt and wasn’t able to go home I will now tell you. Well you know the father right? Well he kinda “Kidnapped” her or at least took her from the other selkies one night...which is when he also stole her pelt so she could not
Why would the Mrs. Hale look at the preserves and be concerned about the broken and messy jars? It’s because Mrs. Hale knows Mrs. Wright was concerned about her jars of preserves freezing and breaking in the cold weather. Now there is only one lonely, unbroken jar left. Knowing that Mrs. Wright was worried about her jars busting in the weather, Mrs. Hale would believe there was something on Mrs. Wrights mind. She would have made sure the cold would not have got to the jars.
- Screamed Bella with angry of witch - Calm down my dear, soon will find out. -The witch laughed with the sarcasm - As I was saying, I was surprised by this girl, I should be seated on the throne of the Prince right now, as the owner of this castle and all employees, If this girl didn't stand in my way but it's alright because I'm going to solve this inconvenience right now. The witch raised her hand. - It's time for Grand Finale, I'm finally going to be able to take possession of what I deserve! - Laughed and started to say the kill's spell, pointing her hand to the Prince, who was already dumbfounded by everything he had heard.