“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
This return to his past is the source of trauma for Paula, and she is forced to watch the man she loves have no memory of their own romance, as well as almost marry another woman. That is until the end of the film where Charles is able to remember his past as not only Charles, but as Smithy as well; Therefore, while the return of Smithy’s past is a source of trauma for Paula; in the end when his histories combine, the return of the past does result in happiness for
Sammy says, “ I look around for the girls but they’re gone, of course” (Updike) meaning that Sammy goes to find these girls but he can not find them. Sammy believes that quitting his job made some big heroic move to win these girls over but really they do not care. Sammy says “The girls, and who’d blame them, are in a hurry to get out, so I say ‘I quit’ to Lengel quick enough for them to hear, hoping they’ll stop and watch me, their unsuspected hero.” (Updike) right after he tells his boss he is quitting. The girls do not even notice, and that is when Sammy realizes what he had hoped for did not happen and that he quit his good job for no reason. Sammy goes from, being happy to believing briefly he has a chance with these girls to realizing they do not even care to give him a
Sally’s father physically abuses her. Her father thinks she is “going to run away just like his sisters who made the family ashamed” (92). Sally tried to help herself by staying with Esperanza’s family , however , when her father came to the Cordero’s house with tears in his eyes, sally agreed to come home when he said “this is the last time” (93). Esperanza eventually learns that physical and emotional abuse never truly ends. The
Also Luke realises that 'Sam needs them' (164) and that his mum needs Sam ' I have all I ever wanted ' (164) Jackie French explains it's very important and hard for the teenager and step-parent to get along. Lulachs biological father was burnt alive during a war. Lulachs mother also remarries but she marries her cousin Macbeth. Lulach does not really understand why his mum couldn't be mormear of moray and he also didn't like his new stepfather Macbeth. Until Macbeth incites lulach to go with him to stop Thorfinns army.
Since the first scene, Walter’s sister Beneatha has been set apart from the rest of the family. Beneatha is ambitious and plans on becoming a doctor, but plans change once her brother loses all of her school money, and she consequently call him, “ nothing but a toothless rat” (ARITS 3.1.117). Beneatha becomes dissatisfied with her dream when it now seems so out of reach. Her character begins to develop deeper when the neighborhood committee threatens her family’s honor. After a long talk with Mama, Beneatha takes a different approach with Walter when she backs him up saying “ That’s what the man said” (ARITS 3.1.121).
“...a voice of woe to my own household pierces through my ears; and I sink backward on my handmaidens afaint for terror…” (Sophocles 64). All of this was too much for her to handle so she decided it would just be easier if she just took her life. Creon finds out the death of his wife through a messenger and blames himself, for his actions led all of his sorrows to happen. “I, I was the slayer, I say it, unhappy, of thee!” (Sophocles
This attempt from Hagar to change her physical appearance to fit the expectations she believes Milkman has, shows that she was not getting the love she desired. Although blind to how his leaving affected Hagar until a later time, Milkman finally came to the discovery of what he had done. His inability realize all that Hagar was doing was for him and treat her like she deserved, ultimately played the key role in why she died. Pilate contrasts this very differently in the sense that she never leaves who she loves behind. This difference between the two and the way that Pilate handles situations is why Milkman looks up to her and strives to be someone like
From the beginning of the story to the end Nea is pigheaded and doesn’t think about the consequences of her actions. Nea misconceives Sourdi’s unavailability for being in danger and unhappiness in her marriage when in actuality she’s happy and expecting another child. Sourdi is a dynamic character because she shows growth throughout the story. Though subtle, Sourdi shows courage when she marries her much older husband not knowing what to expect, but hoping he can provide a more satisfying life. She becomes independent, no longer leaning on the support of her relatives and starts a family of her own.
He ended Lennie's life and thus lived with it on his conscience. The hardships George experienced surpassed those of Lennie and Curley’s wife. Even though Lennie was misunderstood and bullied, his disability left him almost clueless of the suffering around him. He lived with the hope that he was going to achieve his dream, and in the final moments of his life, George had him believe that they had made it. Curley’s wife may have been isolated, but she was provided for and she did not have to work to feed herself or to pay for a place to