She marries Glen Waddell, who appears charming, but has a darker side. His darker side appears when Glen turns Reese’s grandma’s brother Matthew away and refuses to let Anney sign anything without him present. When it’s clear that Glen is wrong in his actions towards the Parsons, Anney is angry at Glen; at first. She then acts as though what he is doing is what’s right for his family. Anney tells Bone “…Glen needs to take care of this, you understand?
In chapter seven the story comes to the end when Lennie actually remembers to retreat to the Brush since something bad happened. George obviously know where lennie is but of course he flees the search party to get to lennie first. When George finds lennie he is not a bit mad. Lennie has George resight the dream of the farm and how lennie will tend the rabbits. George let 's Lennie know that he never been mad and that he was there for him.
Pop says, “The boy was standing guard;” Grandpop says, “He saw an incoming car;” then Ginny says, “The headlights approached” (24). Although each individual is a different person, they each continue to tell the same story, like a hivemind. As the scene continues, Elliot’s emergency grows direr, and the family members’ narrative sentences become shorter and choppier. Words and fragments are separated on different lines: “Stay / Calm / Put / Tourniquet / Lay / Back / Drink / Cup / Water” (25-26). This creates a faster tempo and more frantic rhythm, showing Elliot’s hysteria.
Abigail Williams proclaims “Let either of you breathe a word...and I will come to you...and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you” (pg. 1137). She says this to all the girls, so that she won’t have to face the consequences, that she knows could end her. This quotes sets off Abigail Williams’ character as a selfish villain. Towards the end of The Crucible, Proctor shames himself and confesses of having affair with Abigail.
This is noticeable in the character of Jack, when he was a child he was orphaned and left in a bag in victoria station. Similarly, his ward Cecily was also Orphaned but as her grandfather adopted Jack this left her with some sort of family member to look after her. ‘Algy, you young scoundrel, you will have to treat me with more respect in the future. You have never behaved to me like a brother in all your life’. This quote shows irony as Jack was unaware that he had any real family members until the end of the play.
Cecily also loves Algernon because his name is Ernest. I think that women like this name because there is two sinification for Ernest there is the name and the adjective which means serious, honest, sincere and true but Algernon and Jack are not earnest at all. An example (page 8) Is when Jack asks Gwendolen if she likes the name Jack, and she says that Jack is a very boring name and she could never love someone called Jack. Another example (page 17) is when Miss. Prism tels Dr. Chasuble that when fruits are young there are green so you can never be sure of it, But when they are old they are good and tasty.
In the story, Jack faces many problems that he has to overcome which include, not having all the power at the beginning of the book and risking his “manliness” because he was too scared to kill a pig. All which leads his character to have numerous changes as the story went on. Golding clearly showed Jack turning from a proper choir boy to a full out savage by the end of the book. This is important because it shows it is human nature to change as you face hard problems in life. It also shows that no matter who you are, you are going to change someway as you go through your story, just like Jack did in the
Throughout The Crucible Elizabeth and Abigail express truly opposite traits only to follow the theme of protecting their integrity. Elizabeth is truthful, meanwhile Abigail lies by making accusations of people both trying to keep good integrity. First, Elizabeth stays truthful when talking about Proctor possibly
They quickly make Ralph their chief, and Ralph decides to make Jack the leader of a group of hunters that were in the choir group that Jack aso lead. They will soon begin hunting throughout the island. Golding proves that we can all revert to savagery through Jack Merridew’s killing attempts. Jack’s once reasonable manner is quickly disappearing, as being stranded on an island starts to take a toll. After coming back from their exploration, the boys find a piglet in the grass.
At the beginning of Act 2, they are eating dinner and talking. After they're done, Elizabeth starts talking about how Mary Warren went to the court to accuse Abigail. While they were talking, Elizabeth finds out that John was alone with Abigail for a moment. She starts to get a little jealous and loses some of his trust. Whenever Elizabeth and John talk about Abigail their relationship is awkward and uncomfortable.