She drinks and lie’s because of her past, with her consciously knowing that she is responsible for the death of allan, and also being responsible for being fired as a teacher; she has to find a way to cope with everything going on in her head. Blanche’s way of coping is lying, her lying becomes part of her reality. “Blanches part in her husband 's death is neither gentile nor loving.” (Phillip 305) She Feels guilty for her actions, but there is little remorse shown from blanche. She feels terrible for judging but knows its irreversible so she lives with it. With the Character traits such as Blanches, she realizes her mistake but will not openly admit to them out in the public eye.
Munoz is different in the short story than the short film. In the short story, the doctor succumbs to death while in his apartment alone. The machine Dr. Munoz is using to keep his room cool breaks and his friend goes throughout the city looking for someone to fix it. Unsuccessful, he returns to his friend’s apartment to discover a slimy trail beginning at the bathroom door and ending on the couch. The friend then discovers a letter presumably written by Dr. Munoz that explains Dr. Munoz died eighteen years ago and the tissue remained until it deteriorated from the heat.
Montag goes home while his wife and her friends are watching TV, he starts to read a poem from a book to them, they are disturbed by the poem. After that, Montag goes to the fire station and says some quotes from books to Beatty but Beatty says other things against to Montag's ideas to show he doesn't know a lot of things about literature, books and it is complicated and dangerous. Then they heard an alarm sound and it's an alarm for Montag's house. When they come to his house, with her bagages Mildred gets into a cap and goes away. Beatty makes him to burn his own house and when he is done, Beatty tells him he is under arrested but Montag kills Beatty.
She is shown as lonely and promiscuous in the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. When looking at the way that she acts toward other characters, it is evident that Curley’s wife is often the root of many problems. She caused her husband to doubt his men and to isolate her. Due to her licentiousness and loneliness, Curley’s wife ultimately gets herself killed in the end of the book. Her death was a tragedy, but when paired with her personality, makes for an interesting plot for the story.
He wondered how much longer he could keep avoiding people, lying to them. How much longer could he keep dodging the inevitable?” Meredith Ward is another person who is affected by her husband’s death. Due to Charlie Ward’s death she starts to feel lonely and empty. The novel reads, “She looked up at her mother’s face and for the first time realized how terribly lonely her mother must be…But Jenna knew that her mother’s friends could never fill the void left by her father.” In this quote, Jenna is observing her mother’s behavior and is realizing that Meredith Ward and Charlie Ward had a special relationship that could never be replaced and that causes her to feel disconsolate. Also, Meredith Ward is starting to become sleep-deprived because she has no one there for her.
Judy loses her looks and falls into a bad marriage with a cheating alcoholic and her transformation into a homely housewife ultimately shatters Dexter’s illusions and ideal about a romantic life of the upper class. This is proven when the narrator says, “The dream was gone. Something had been taken from him. In a sort of panic he pushed the palms of his hands into his eyes and tried to bring up a picture of [……..…] her mouth damp to his kisses and her eyes plaintive with melancholy and her freshness like new fine linen in the morning. Why, these things were no longer in the world!
During their argument the boiler was hissing, and when the narrator was trying to lower the pressure, the boiler explodes leaving the narrator paralyzed. The narrator gets treated by the factory doctor and he was told by the doctor that he needs to find a job that more suitable him. The narrator leaves the factory hospital and he collapses on the street when he left the subway. The narrator was helped by Mary, who took the narrator to her house. When the narrator got better, he left the house.
The narrator feels oppressed by her relationship with her husband, her house, and the wallpaper. One example given in the story about the protagonist being oppressed by John is how he decides to treat her depression. First he puts her in a room where the conditions are not well for her to stay.
When it was discovered that both mal and Ackley have seen the movie they ditched their original plan and went to get dinner. When back at pence Holden used homework as an excuse to kick ackey out of his room, once he was out Holden wrote the descriptive composition stradlater referred to. When confronted with writer’s block Holden grabbed out a baseball mite which was previously owned by his deceased brother allie. He lost a battle to leukemia years prior. He used the inspiration to write the composition Following writing the composition stradlater approaches Holden in an angry manner as he did not write a proper description.
In "The Painteed Door, the biggest internal and external conflict in Ann is by the storm. The storm is biggest element drove internal and external conflict of Ann's character. For example Ann felt uneasy, lonely, made desire to seek comfort and warm, This all leads to have an affair with Steven. who seduce Ann, knowing that she would get manipulated easy and kept reassuring her that John won't come back tonight. The another conflict is John's lack of communication, timing he spent with his wife to have fun and lack of passion that Ann wants.