The one question I had was what else was this abomination capable of? This question constantly vexed me and ultimately forced me to continue my work for this monster. I was frightened that this monster may go on a rampage and kill everything I hold dear. The only thing I had left to put on this new female monster was the arms. I went back to my lab and gathered the remaining pieces
“Yellow Fever was wrestling the life out of Philadelphia,” shows the intense impact Yellow Fever has taken on Philadelphia (119). This personification shows that everyone is so caught up in their fear, they are failing to realize some of the hideous actions they are completing. As a result, families, friends, and people are being ripped apart. Some might argue that the metaphor is just providing and image for the reader to think of. While this is a good point, the metaphor has a deeper meaning.
When she’s alone, she feels fine because there is nobody to judge her. She made up her mind to write about her own story when she falls in the women’s room. The author writes “the building deserted, I was free to laugh aloud as I wriggled back to my feet, my voice bouncing off the yellowish tiles from all directions. Had anyone been there with me, I’d have been still and faint and hot with chagrin. I decided that it was high time to write the essay” (20).
June doesn’t tell her mom that any of this is happening, all she tells her mom is that she fell on the cement. Little did June know it would get much worse when she coincidentally moves in next to the other June. In the end, as the other June was going to stab June, the teacher saw and the other June got sent to the office. June knew, that she wouldn’t have to worry about the other June again. This story shows that June was treated badly by the other June.
Within Frankenstein cruelty can be attributed, often affecting both Victor and the creature; serving as a crucial motivator and revealing their anger, pain, frustration till eventually both die. Victor first begins creating the monster, working tirelessly for selfish reasons. His body suffers tremendously and he drags himself along treating his body like a slave. He states: “My cheeks have grown pale with study, and my person had become emaciated with confinement.” (Shelly 33) Frankenstein states that his “cheeks have grown pale” showing that he was sick, but he does not stop to nourish himself. He is wasting
Lucille did pursue her dreams, though. Lucille wanted to be an actress and she accomplished that goal. She was in a lot of famous movies and in a show called “I Love Lucy.” This proved that, if you want something bad enough, and you never give up, you can fulfill your dreams. Lucille Ball was a fabulous person, but she had a frustrating life as a kid. For example, she would go to school everyday and be unable to write because “Ball always would sharpen her pencils until they were gone and she couldn't afford pencils” (Lucille Ball).
Later on, the other June’s bullying gets worse and worse, she even starts to punch her. In the end of the story June finally stands up for herself and faces the other June and the original June was never bullied again. The element that is really shown in this story is how June really tries to protect her mother. One way June really tries to protect her mother is June tries to never wake her mother up. June sometimes hears noises in the house and almost yells.
She instructs Monique not to “turn on any lights tonight,” (1) and “remember to lock the door behind me,” (5). She does these things because she knows that the mob will come to the house later and she wishes to prevent her children from getting hurt. Another way Maman tries to
And if he’s saved ‘Then the you are?” The dear woman kissed me on this, along with I took [Ms. Grose] farewell. ‘I’ll save you without [Miles]!’ [Ms. Grose] cried as she went” (James 110). Her only wanting Miles to stay shows that she has a feeling that he is the most influenced by the ghost than anyone else. When she cries out, “‘I’ll get it out of him,” she wants Miles to confess to seeing the ghost. She thinks that if she can get Miles to confess, then she alone, will no longer think she is crazy.
All of the other teachers and my farther that were in that meeting had agreed to keep me back because they did not beleive in me. My mother and my 3rd grade teacher had stood up for me. They said ", why should we give up on her if she is still fighting? Why quit if she isn 't quiting? What will that show her?
Five years after I finished the book, I still wrestled with the same predicament. Recovery and relapse, an infinite times over, is maybe all my life is going to be. But all the places I have reached in the midst of life 's endless cycle ─ self-actualization, discovery, release ─ make everything I have had to go through to get here undoubtedly worth it. Maybe I had to lose every identity I was ever branded with before I could take the driver’s seat in my own life. Maybe I had to self-harm to realize that I, a speck of dust in a cosmic galaxy, am significant.
You could feel the nerves and anxiety of all the girls as we waited impatiently for the sign to drop and hopefully reveal our numbers. At that moment, all of us felt the same. Doubting ourselves, yet hoping for the best. I looked over at my roommate I had for the week as the sign fell before I looked at the sign. She immediately started crying and I looked up and did not see her number nor my number, but ultimately I knew my number was not supposed to be up there that year.
For me the most astonishing aspect of this novel is that our loved ones, they make mistakes, they make bad calls. No reasons can ever justify those. It will affect us, it will destroy us. But it’s our decision if we’re going to let it haunt us forever. It’s a deeply emotion read for me, that has had me all choked up.
I thank God every day for this gift and to forgive me, I will not be able to raise her. It feels like she is growing everyday Inside of me, she started kicking last week. I think John found out that I am pregnant, I didn’t tell him because I thought he would get upset. Ever since the affair, we have not been as close. When it’s time for me to get killed the baby is going to get raised with John, but I know he will love her and raise her well.
I couldn’t stop. Why would I do all these crazy actions and think of all of this? Then an idea popped into my head. I realized that the door in the basement showed me being bullied because of what I look like and how it made me felt. This eventually came true.