Rose introduces him as Clover Summer asks Rose what he wants She responds “he wants a family. The perfect family. He chooses girls that he thinks are perfect, like flowers.” Violet soon conformists C lover for pkcking Summer saying she was too young. She calls himma psycno bastard and is nearly killed by him but pleas,for her lineman he gives in. Summer settled in but is alert and still doesn 't like her living.
Lottie’s flowers were also a symbol of beauty to all of the ugliness around her it helped her believe that there was hope and even though everything was ugly around them something could be beautiful. But at the time Elizabeth could not see that she didn't understand the meaning until it was too late and they had been destroyed. On page 223-24 lines 362-54 she was telling us the meaning of the flowers and how she now knew why Ms. Lottie kept them in her yard against all of the ugliness. In the story the author what the author said about the marigolds she destroyed and what they meant to Ms. Lottie. The author said,” Whatever verve was left in her, whatever was of love and beauty and joy that had not been squeezed out by life, had been there in the marigolds she had so tenderly cared for.” So atlast she finally realised she understood what and why she had the marigolds in her yard even though by now it was too late because she had destroyed all of the beauty that was left in in those horrible
Would you be tempted to eat the forbidden fruit is displayed in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s gothic short story “Rappaccini’s Daughter”. A long time ago a young man named Giovanni Guasconti moved to Italy to pursue his studies although he discovered something else. A garden so beautiful and enchanting similar to the daughter of the owner of the garden, Beatrice, who was the forbidden fruit of the town. So Giovanni watched her from afar until he could not any more so he discovered a secret entrance into the garden. Once he snuck into the garden Beatrice and Giovanni fell in love just as fast as Romeo and Juliet.
While witch crafting she held a dead chicken and called on Elizabeth to die hoping her wish would come true proctor knew about the situation, again it didn’t change his feelings towards her. The actress acting Abigail proved how Abigail again proved her self innocent “ this act shouldn’t make you look down on me because this proves how much I love you and that’s the difference between me and Elizabeth that she didn’t show any feelings when me and you had an affair she didn’t do anything. I can’t stand seeing you with her but she doesn’t have any problems” this is how Abigail sneaky plan goes she turns and twist words around until it seems like she is innocent she has the capacity to say real life event that had happened that when you look at a certain perspective as a reader you feel she is innocent the actress presenting it really gave us the true message of Abigail’s character because she used words and she twisted them around too prove her innocence which is one of the main characteristics Abigail
In the Brother’s Grimm version, Aschenputtel is not a sad, depressed maid that hates life. Instead, she “...sorts everything out herself, and considering that her pragmatism involves a magic tree [and] some enchanted birds... its seems that she isn’t actually an emotionally neglected kitchen maid, but a talented witch” (5). That’s right, a magic tree and birds. Rather than having a fairy godmother that sings to turn a pumpkin into a carriage, when her father goes on a business trip, Aschenputtel “asks for a simple twig” (5). “She then plants [the twig] on her mother’s grave and waters it with her tears” (5).
Thesis- Margaret Atwood criticizes what we all know and have, Women's Rights, but Atwood takes them away even the most important parts of all women, being able to own a house, or having a bank account, even being able to speak your mind. In The Handmaid's Tale everything was normal equal rights between women and men, and than all of a sudden women can’t own any property, bank accounts get shut down, you can't leave without permission, as well as getting cut from jobs. In the new government commanders wives have to wear blue, and the handmaids wear red, it keeps them apart from each other and as well as people knowing who's who. You could only say certain words, and some words are forbidden, “he’s said a forbidden word sterile” (p61). The wifes cant have babies so they bring in Handmaids to help.
Why does she not replace the fur, or have more than one? She also acts as if the fur is her best friend as she pets and talks to it (84). This is concerning because the fur is not real. Miss Brill does not mention any intention of getting a pet to make her feel less lonely, perhaps because pets cost money to feed. Miss Brill also eats the honey cake and if it has even a sliver of almond she gets excited, but she never orders almonds in her bread to begin with (87).
The only reason Edmund finds himself in Narnia is because he followed his little sister who went into the wardrobe. His goal was not to find a place to hide, but only to tease her, which shows how spiteful Edmund can be. When he finally enters into the world of Narnia, he does not feel guilty for making fun of his sister, but blames her for leaving him on his own in this new world. He does not take responsibilities for his actions and he is happy to blame anyone but himself. He shows arrogance and pride.
Evil is all around even in good it is just portrayed differently. Through reading the story”The Possibility of Evil” by Shirley Jackson, it is evident that Miss Strangeworth follows not only a outward social value system, but also an inward social value system. Her belief system may have been a result of a family tradition. She makes it known that she is the only “Strangeworth left in her town” (Jackson 4) and that she has many duties, Furthermore, Miss Strangeworth says that due to her being the only Strangeworth left, it is her duty to do away with the towns evil. Strangeworth tells tourists who stop to view her roses that her grandmother planted them.
Plot & Theme Analysis Introduction- Janie leaves Eatonville, goes to meet Tea Cake in Jacksonville like his letter said, and when she arrives they go and get married. Rising Action- A storm occurs and Tea Cake and Janie are caught in it. Climax- Tea Cake becomes sick and the doctor warns Janie that Tea Cake needs to be locked up, but Janie doesn’t listen. Falling Action- Janie is taken into custody by police and goes on trial, she is found not guilty but Tea Cakes’ friends are still mad at her. Conclusion- Janie is lonely but in a way she would rather be alone than get into another relationship, she still misses Tea Cake all the time, especially after she finishes telling her story.