It was a luxurious house but unfortunately his wife dead minutes before she was to set her eyes on Hill House. He married again, twice. The second Mrs. Crain died of a fall in the house and the third Mrs. Crain died of what they call consumption in Europe. Hugh then decided to close the house and his two daughters were sent to live in the town. Hugh Crain then died somewhere in Europe.
This she claims is the result of a series financial calamities which have recently claimed the family plantation, Belle Reve. Blanche and Mitch start dating and after one date, Blanche reveals something of her past to Mitch and tells him she was married before with a man, who turned out to be gay. He killed himself after Blanche finds him with another man and called him ‘disgusting,’ his death keeps on haunting Blanche. Eventually Stanley finds out what really happened with Blanche and tells Stella the truth that she
He goes on to find his son is married, his wife has died and that he has a daughter. In the specter bridegroom, a lady is about to be married but her husband to die to try to come to his wedding. Instead, his best friend comes with the news but is mistaken to be her groom. He goes on to pretend he is a ghost, he then realizes he has one the girl 's heart. One day the girl goes missing the next morning he finds count/not the groom
Power leads to the corruption of values, as shown by the Gilead setting, the Aunts’ character, and the use of Offred’s first person narrative. In the Gilead setting, the powerful leaders of the society twist both Biblical and secular values to justify their rules and actions. The Handmaids often use the phrase which says “Give me children, or else I die” (Atwood 61). This is a phrase the Handmaids have learned from the Gilead society leaders. It has been cherry-picked from a Bible story in which a sterile woman named Rachel begs her husband for children, using that phrase to express her sorrow.
Juliet is at the age of marriage and her parents set her up to marry a kinsmen named Paris. Juliet goes behind their back and marries Romeo an enemy. A series of more unfortunate events take place and ultimately our two young lovers take their own lives. The question remains, who is the most to blame for the tragic deaths? Due to the forced marriage and his verbal abuse Lord Capulet shoulders most of the death for Romeo and Juliet.
Brently stands in the door when his sister in law discovers his wife and never know how he feels about his wife death. The Story of an Hour suggests that Louise is unhappy in the marriage, and is relief when he is dead, while Jim Mather is upset that he did nothing to save his wife from collapsing on the streetcar in Hot and Cold
"Resurrecting Mingus" is about a young woman named Mingus Janay Browning who is lost in a world full of lust, spite, vengeance, oblivion. She is a single 29-year-old lawyer who has her life well-balanced until her older sister Eva who reveals to Mingus that their father, Carl, has indeed been cheating on their mother Ellie. Mingus could not believe that her father had an affair behind her mother 's back after thirty-five years of marriage. She decides to pursue speaking to Ellie about the situation, whom she is not very close with compared to Ellie. When she speaks to her mother she urges her to file for a divorce.
Dolley Madison was one of the most beloved people of her time. The death of her first husband and son was a very sad time for her. She mourned for a few years before marrying James. Dolley took her mind off of her sadness by hosting a lot of parties. After marrying James, she was kicked out of her quaker friend group.
Death is repeated throughout the short story, “A Rose for Emily.” In the beginning of the story her mother loses her mind then later dies of unmentioned causes. Shortly after her mother’s death her father chokes at the dinner table at dies from suffocation. After these incidents I believe Emily developed an infatuation with death. It took 3 days before she allowed them to come and collect her father’s body. Later, Emily meets a man while he is doing construction outside of her house and they fall in love and get married.
Amelie is the daughter of Raphael and Amadine (she dies early in the film). Her father was an ex-army doctor and diagnosed her with a heart defect. Since she was diagnosed with this, she was homeschooled and didn’t have any friends, only her fish Blubber who was suicidal. A few years later, she moves out into an apartment where she finds a dusty treasure. She looked for the owner, Dominique Bretodeau, to give him back his box.
Specifically: Nick, Daisy, Myrtle, and Jordan. As confirmed while reading the book, Daisy and Myrtle are shown to be dependent on the men around them. Myrtle was dependent on Tom for his money because she and her husband George were poor and lived in the Valley of Ashes. Myrtle following Tom while married to George for around fifteen years ended up sealing her fate in chapter 7 when Daisy unknowingly killed her in a car accident. Both Daisy and Nick are wallflowers and were pawns in the story.