There, Loveless taunted that she had pretty hair and wondered how pretty she would look if they were to cut it off. Loveless began taking off Sharer's rings and handed each to the girls. Tackett further taunted Sharer, claiming that Witch's Castle was filled with human remains and Sharer's would be next. To further threaten Sharer, Tackett then retrieved from the car a shirt with a smiley design and lit it on fire, but immediately feared that the fire would be spotted by passing cars, so the girls left with Sharer. During the car ride, Sharer continued begging them to take her back home.
Dressed in a polka-dot dress trimmed with organdy and decorated by a spray of violets, ‘anyone seeing her dead on the highway would know at once she was a lady’” (Wilson 103). In this quote, the reader could tell that O’Connor carefully planned the family's deaths. The events that happened in the story leading towards the ending, all hinted toward a tragedy to come. The foreshadowing in the story gave the ending away but she made it very hard to find. For example, O’Connor introduced the Misfit very early in the story making him
As they shoot her family, she almost does not care but is trying to save her own life. She claims that he is a good man, “”Listen,” the grandmother almost screamed I know you’re a good man. You don’t look a bit like you have common blood. I know you must come from a nice family” (O’Connor, 477), but he is the farthest thing from a good man. He kills people and commits serious crimes.
Bailey begins to curse and upsets his family and mother because they are all scared. The grandmother then begins to question the misfits and ask them if they would ever shoot a lady; the man replies and says that he wouldn’t like to, but he would. Meanwhile, Bailey and John Wesley, were escorted into the woods by one of the other men and shortly after a shotgun was fired. The grandmother was busy reminding the men that they are all good people and that they just need to pray to Jesus. The misfit replies that he is “fine on his own,” he has thought about Jesus more than the grandmother has but he believes “there is no right or wrong.” The grandmother goes on and on with the Misfits about how they are all good people even after she has heard all of her family get shot.
“Jesus Take the Wheel” by Carrie Underwood explains the difficulty a woman is having managing her life and taking care of her newborn son. She is beyond overwhelmed with the outcome of her life, and it seems as if everything that can go wrong for her will. She was driving home to visit her parents for Christmas, and she was low on gas and faith. All she wanted to do was get home to "her Mama and her Daddy", and she was not paying attention to the conditions of the road or how fast she was driving. The car ended up losing control and she realized as they were spinning on ice that her and her baby could easily die at that moment.
While some readers can appereciate his complexity, intelligence and determination, many others find him to be abusive, petty arrogent. There is also a lot of debates over whether his unrequited love for Lily was tragic or creepy. Examining all the aspects of his character would delve too deeply into spoilers, but suffice to say Snape has as many fans as he has haters. Katnis Everdeen (Hunger
Through the conversation between the grandmother, Red Sammy, and the Misfit, readers may find there are social devolution and nostalgia in the 1950s. For example, June Star and John Wesley, who are the grandchildren of the grandmother, are very rude to the adults. Even though the grandmother is between them, they slap each other over the grandmother. Moreover, Red Sammy mentions “people are certainly not nice like they used to be”(42) shows nostalgia and social devolution by describing that two fellers did not pay for the gas to him. Lastly, the Misfit who kills people without any reason symbolizes the degradation of the society also misses the past when his father was alive as nostalgia of the grandmother and Red Sammy
The definition is concise, but probably not very clear. It’s not easy to define what “absolute perfection” is, especially because of the free will. The passion between Romeo and Juliet is misinterpreted by the two young lovers as love. And all the readers in all these centuries have been interpreting a dramatic idea of love not based on reality but on impulsive feelings as “The ideal Love” . Romeo’s longing for ideal love is the primary driving force behind most of his actions, that reveal themselves as impulsive and stupid.
I believe that hamlets actions were not justified but one is, because revenge isn’t a good thing, but Claudius is not just a murderer he is a stealer too. Claudius killed Hamlets father with the easiest but the cleverest way. He poisoned Hamlets father himself, while Hamlets father was sleeping. Then Claudius told everyone that he died of a sudden heart attack or some disease nobody knew
I recognized you at once” which caused the Misfit to say, “Yes’m. But it would have been better for all of you, lady, if you hadn’t reckernized me.” This causes her own son to whisper horrible things about her. After the announcement of this serial killer, the grandmother looks out for herself by asking the Misfit, “You wouldn’t shoot a lady, would you” (Kelly 362)? This shows her carelessness about everybody except her well-being. As Bailey and his son goes in the woods with Hiram, the grandmother and the Misfit began talking about praying as two shots went off.