Upon the revelation that the Hutchinson household has been selected for the lottery, Hutchinson’s attitude automatically shifts. The confidence she once had to be late to the lottery, show up not dressed to society’s standards and dominate her husband leaves the second she realizes she is at risk. She immediately ridicules Mr. Summers for not giving her husband enough time to select his paper despite his years of experience conducting the ritual. In her manic state she attempts to save herself at her own daughters risk when she yells “There’s Don and Eva… Make them take their chance!” (Jackson 4). Tessie puts her own daughter under the bus in attempt to save herself.
Sally was beaten by her father earlier in the book and left Esperanza alone at the fair when a big boy came and took Sally. While she was waiting for Sally a guy grabbed Esperanza's arm and said that he loved her and kissed her so, Esperanza isn't friends with Sally anymore. Here Esperanza tells the reader that Sally, her old friend, got married. Sally claims she is in love and that she likes being married. She says “She is happy, except sometimes her husband gets angry… though most days he is okay.
The characters Sally and Sire try to peer pressure Esperanza, while Nenny looks up to Esperanza as more of a role model. Unfortunately, Sally gets Esperanza assaulted by two red clowns, since she tells her dishonest information. Additionally, Sire causes a lot of trouble as a teenager, which makes him become a bad choice as Esperanza's crush. Ultimately, Nenny is one of the few characters who helps Esperanza develop into a optimistic character by making Esperanza aware of her own actions, so Nenny doesn't learn after
Also, since Esperanza feel as though she is grown up, she starts making decision on her own, and she starts having these urges/feelings. Like what it would be like to have a boyfriend and etc. So one day Esperanza goes to a carnival with Sally and while there they run into some boys.Sally left with one boy and left esperanza with the rest. And while sally was gone. The rest of the boys forcefully kissed and raped esperanza.And when she saw sally again she broke down and said “ Sally, you lied, it wasn’t what you said at all….”[Cisneros 99].Esperanza was forced into having sex and when she finds sally she loses composure and let’s all her feelings out.
Instead of interrogating Abigail, he is silenced by her which most likely shows that he has accepted her demand of not being judged. At this point, there is a flip in power dynamics at the witchcraft trials, Abigail has overpowered Danforth in courtroom. Judge Danforth an honorable Judge of the supreme court has easily been dominated by a seventeen-year-old Abigail, proving that he is gullible to her lies. Lastly, right after the Andover witchcraft trial revolt, Abigail runs away and also steals Reverend Parris’s money (The crucible). The sheer act of fleeing away shows a sign of guilt and fear of punishment along with her act of stealing Reverend Parris’s money clearly speaks a lot about the criminal character of Abigail Williams.
This is how Arthur Miller reveals Abigail William’s character before she talks her line. “A strikingly beautiful girl, an orphan, with an endless capacity for dissembling” See how the author uses the word “capacity”, it shows that her lies are unlimited. For example, Abigail made a choice by having an affair with John Proctor. Therefore, she tries to proceed away by telling lies to rescue herself from punishment as well as to win Proctor back. After Proctor heard the news that happened in Salem, Abigail spoken to Proctor “We were dancin’ in the wood last night, and my uncle leap into us.
She realizes she has a way out and starts to blame the witchcraft. She uses the situation to improve her reputation in the town. While Mrs. Putnam is the witch in the shadows pointing fingers at everyone. She first wanted Tituba to help Ruth, who is her only child that survived, yet later on she ends up blaming Tituba for all of her babies dying. Mrs. Putnam is squealing to Reverend Parris that her babies died because Tituba allowed witchcraft in the
So, the wreck is all her fault. If she would have left Pitty Sing home, this would have not had happened. In the essay " 'A Good Man is Hard to Find ': Overview" Arthur F. Kinney writes "At the start Bailey 's mother, the grandmother of the story, is exactingly described as sneaky (she deliberately deceives Bailey about the family cat which she smuggles on their vacation and which will cause the deaths of the entire
Demetrius changes his love twice: Helena to Hermia, afterward it was Hermia to Helena. Lysander changes his love for Helena to Hermia, and next Hermia from Helena rather quickly too. The way Oberon drugs his wife for selfish reasons and never eventually tells her that she had been drugged, shows how unreliable he is with his love. Oberon would be willing to misuse his power to trick his queen into loving a horrible beast just for obtaining something that he wants He even mocks his queen by saying “there lies your love.” (Act IV,scene, Page 79). A few may argue that the love potion that caused many of these confusions, however that’s an insufficient excuse, it’s true that a couple of these events resulted because of the fairies.
This happened in a different story as well. In, “The Fault in our Stars”, the blind guy was mad that his girlfriend broke up with him so he started smashing Gus's trophies to get his anger out. Everyone in the real world knows that bottling up anger inside of you can stress you out even more than if you were to break something unintentionally. Anyways, when she saw Miss Lottie's reaction to her destroyed flowers, Lizabeth realized that her impatience with the kids destroying her flowers was not because her flowers were ruined. It was rather that the kids were picking on her.
Carrie is offended her for singlehood and complains about why she shouldn’t compensate her friend for her $400 footwear? Carrie solves the drawback via telling her pal that she is getting married and registered for the same footwear at Manolo Blahnik.
This story seems so outrageous and archaic. However, after reading the summary of the story provided in the article, I was reminded of the plotline of one of my favorite musicals, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. In this film, frustrated by not being able to woo any girls, a band of brothers kidnaps a group of townswomen to be their wives. While this movie makes fun of the actions of the brothers, in the end, the brothers do succeed in procuring wives. This idea that women are objects to be claimed at ones’ leisure is still existent in
“Tell us what happened to her.”Said Mary. “That’s about Rose,she falls in love with a bad boy in school,the boy is almost smoking and fighting with others.” “I don’t think that’s bad,it’s just you used to be,bad boy.”Said Alan. Billy’s face becomes a little red: “I know that,dad,can you just stop laughing at me?I know was young and stupid,I just don’t want my sister to love someone like that.” “But your sister does love you.” Said Alan. “It’s different dad,I’m her brother!”Billy begins yelling... That was a good one,he’s walking along the street.Nobody knows where he came from,nobody knows what he’s going to do,maybe even doesn’t