Moppet is shown to live a hard life of constant toil, waking early in the morning to prepare Spittledrum 's breakfast and meekly obeying his commands throughout the day. Moppet is shown to be confused as to her origin, and only has a memory of herself crying atop a heap of junk. Leading on from their capture Toby and his friends are all put on trial and Spittledrum sentences Toby to execution for entering the Labyrinth without permission. Toby is saved at the eleventh hour by Jareth, who orders his release and invites him to a grand ball to be held in his castle the same evening. Many denizens of the Labyrinth and other kingdoms are present at the ball, including Mizumi, Queen of Moraine and her two daughters, Moulin and Drumlin.
In the book, “The Strange Case of Origami Yoda,” by Tom Angleberger, Tommy a boy who writes everything that ever happened to him in his life. After some time a kid named Dwight, moved into his town, and Dwight had this weird Origami Yoda. Everybody assumed that the Yoda could predict the future and give helpful advice to a lot of kids. This advice actually started working for them. Tommy found the perfect opportunity to find out the truth about this weird piece of origami.
In Eugenia W. Collier’s “Marigolds,” Lizabeth’s transition into adulthood is evident through her abrupt change in attitude and apologetic behavior. Lizabeth constantly appears to navigate life in her own world and rarely cares about other people in her life; for example, when she narrates, “but the room was too crowded with fear to allow me to sleep, and finally, feeling the terrible aloneness of 4 AM, I decided to awaken Joey” (Collier 87). She reacts to the commotion around her that disrupts her internal emotions and stability. Her frustration causes her to get up out of bed and destroy someone else’s beauty, Miss Lottie’s marigolds. After she destroys the garden, Lizabeth realizes her actions, “and that was the moment when childhood
The conflict in Alice in Wonderland was external because there were many characters and places that she encountered that made things harder for her understand where she was and how to leave. The conflict ended when Alice woke up and realizes that the whole world she was in was really just a dream her mind created while she was asleep. The theme of Alice in Wonderland is that life is confusing. Alice in thrown into many puzzles in this book and never knows how to figure any of it out. This relates back to real life and how some situations people are put in won't always have logical outcomes or solutions.
One of the books that deals with amnesia is a book titled "the maze runner". The book is about a boy name Thomas who wakes up in an elevator box and finds himself in a place called the glade. Thomas doesn 't have any memory of who he is and how he ended up in the glade. The glade is run by two guys name Alby who is the head leader and another guy by the name of Newt. Each month, a new guy who has no memory of who he is ends up in the elevator box.
Because Oz flew off without Dorothy in his hot air balloon, Dorothy became very upset and made her anxiety even worse, causing her conscious to be the antagonist. She is the protagonist, too, because she is the one undergoing the main change, which in this case is leaving without the hot air balloon and clicking her heels together. This is showing person versus self because Dorothy, the protagonist, is struggling with herself, making her feel worse about the situation. The denouement is when Dorothy wakes up in her bed with her family right by her side. After she tells them of her adventures, they believe it was just a dream and that she must’ve hit her head hard, but she believes that it literally happened, therefore this supports the person versus self conflict because Dorothy’s struggle with herself continues as she has to identify if the time really occurred.
The Nazi soldiers weren’t to happy about her behaviour and Liesel and Max both end up getting whipped. To her it didn’t matter because she finally got to meet Max again. Soon Liesel starts writing her own book about about the story of her life and she decides to name it The Book Thief. One day as Liesel was down in her basement writing suddenly the entire Himmel Street got bombed. Everybody in Liesel's life dies while they were sleeping.
Miss.Spink says, “You know, Coraline, you are in great danger.” This happened in the graphic novel before she enters and discovers the other world. Without the stone with the hole in it, Coraline finds out by herself about the actual dangers in the other world and learns herself how the stone helps for bad things by seeing through the stone. In the graphic novel, when Coraline is locked away in the mirror, the ghost children whispered in her ear to look through the stone with the hole in it which is how she later remembered to do so. Also, Coraline returned to her normal world because of her remembering the stone in her pocket.
John’s wife expressed how much she hated and could not stand the room, but John did not hear of it. She eventually started to study and observe the wall, and this led to her obsession with the wallpaper. She found freedom in the wallpaper from John and started to enjoy herself finally. The more she studied the wallpaper the further her mental state went. During the day she slept well, but at night she crawled everywhere and started noticing figures and a person trapped in the wallpaper.
In response, he knocks the floor with his feet and scares them away. “Fakhri remained inside the kitchen, but she left there to the prince’s room when she became worried about him. But as the prince started to knock the floor with his feet, she ran away to her room, sitting in front of a mirror, noticing the lowest noises so that she can hear him stepping down the stairs while calling her name.” (8, Golshiri) .In the first parts of the book, the narrator introduces these two women as two separate characters.
Thomas may or may not become a runner, but either way will have Gally at his neck, all while trying to find the purpose of the Glade. Thomas is just another mystery added to the Maze, and he must figure out why. This new life is dangerous and full of secrets, and it is up to Thomas and the Gladers to discover what lies
She just yelled at him and told him how spoiled he was. In the movie Mrs. Medlock got mad at Mary for constantly going to see Colin and disobeying her. She locked Mary in her room to punish her, but Mary found a secret door to get to Colin, and they went outside with Dickon to the secret garden. In the book Martha’s mother came to help with the children and was like a mother towards them. In the Movie she never appeared once, they only mentioned her when she gave Mary the skipping rope.
The ghost sometimes is in the boys locker room and will throw all the uniforms around without even going into the lockers because none of the boys put their stuff in the lockers. The ghost makes the lights flicker, and will lock all the lockers and put their stuff in the lockers so they have to actually put their combo in so they actually learn to keep stuff in the lockers. We will never know if this is the same ghost. But reporters say it is not. We will never know.
She asks the rabbit what to do, but he just runs away, which causes her to figure things out on her on. After drinking the bottle labeled “drink me“ she begins changing physically into many shapes and sizes, so she becomes frightened, which leads to her crying a pool of tears. As stated by Alice “Dear, dear how queer everything is today; And yesterday things went on just as usual… [I]f I 'm not the same, the next question is, Who in the work am I ?” (24) Rackin says “She
Another thing that led the narrator close to insanity was basically being isolated in the house. She spoke many times about wanting to see cousin Henry and Julia but John said he would only let her see them when she gets well and anytime before that he would rather "put fireworks in her pillowcase" than let her see those "stimulating people." After awhile she thought it was "discouraging not to have any advice and companionship." John spent most of his time in town because of serious cases and Jennie let her be alone when ever she wanted to be. When she was alone she said she would always cry I 've nothing and started to imagine things is the wallpaper.