Edgar’s character towards his wife becomes barbaric because he forces her to have sex with him and emotionally blackmails her until she gives in to his sexual desires. Towards the end of the story Edgar sees the emptiness in his wife’s one good eye and realizes that she has been this way for a long time. But, instead of consoling her, he gets up and leaves her in bed alone. By doing this, it shows the lack of communication between them, and further exemplifies his barbaric character. This mannerism is also demonstrated after Edgar finds his wife’s lover’s letters in their closet.
A woman arrives into the bank. She has a purse on her shoulder and needs money to go shopping. She hopes that the bank will let her withdraw money from her husband 's credit card, but he isn’t with her because he has work and she knows the chances are slim. It has been a long day and she just wants to have dinner ready when her son returns from school. She walks up to the counter but when the clerk looks up, before she can even speak, he tells her that she must have her husband with her to withdraw any cash.
Kalia Yang started the story talking about his nephew preference for black trees, not bright trees, showing that all colors of the trees are beautiful not just the bright ones. Then she talks about his husband and when she first saw his husband, she never taught to marry him. Aaron used to hear her given the public speech and one day he sends her an email inviting for breakfast. She accepted for lunch and they met at the Hmong restaurant, but it was just a casual meeting to talk about work. Aaron was not his type of man who she will marry.
“She saw that Sykes had kicked all of the clothing together again, and now stood in her way truculently, his whole manner hoping, praying, for an argument. But she walked calmly around him and commenced to re-sort the things.” (Hurston 104) This is how the marriage goes, Sykes purposely does things to make it hard for Delia. He goes out his way to pull pranks and make her mad. “He stepped roughly upon the whitest pile of things, kicking them helter-skelter as he corssed the room.” (Hurston 104) The laundry here represents their relationship. Delia pure as the whitest laundry and Sykes stepping all on her with his abuse.
Roger snatched Mrs. Jones purse and thought he can get away with it because he has a habit of stealing and running away. Following this, soon Mrs. Jones came in and showed him how to take care of himself by having him wash his face and explain that there are more appropriate ways of getting what you want by not stealing. Mrs. Jones said that instead of stealing, Roger could 've asked for money.Though, she also states that sometimes you can 't get what you always want even though you badly want that item. In Mother to son, the son is learning from the mom. The mom is explaining about life.
“ I have done things too, which I will not tell you,” Mrs.Luella Bates Washington Jones said to Roger the boy that tried to steal her purse. In the story “ Thank You Ma 'am ” I believe that Mrs Jones is caring because Mrs. Jones brings Roger into her house, and tries to help Roger. The most obvious why Mrs.Jones is caring is because she lets Roger into her house even when he tried to steal her purse, I know I would never just let him in my house if he tried to steal my purse I would of called the police. First of all she brings Roger to her house and then makes him dinner. I would never make a boy dinner who tried to steal my purse.
He decides to run away to a hotel in New York City where he then calls up a prostitute to try and lose his V-card to. He ends up not doing anything with her and realizes that she is about his age and he just wants to talk to her instead. He still pays her in full in spite of this, but is later confronted by her pimp and is mugged of his remaining cash. He then feels it would be a good idea to go and kick it with his little sister, someone that he’s always able to speak his mind to. He then tells her arguably the most important saying in the book, “Anyway, I keep picturing all these little kids playing in this
Every child hears “Don’t talk to strangers.” Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks did not remember the things they were taught about strangers. Red Riding Hood met a woodcutter in the woods and talked to him. The woodcutter wasn’t a bad guy, but she couldn’t have known that and it could’ve been dangerous, even though he saved her life. Goldilocks disobeyed the rule about strangers very much. She didn’t talk to strangers, but she entered a stranger’s house, ate their food, broke one of their chairs, and slept in their beds.
Scout ran to her father and Jem and Dill followed. Later, the mob dispersed after Scout talked to Mr.Cunningham. She made them realize that trying to take Mr. Robinson was wrong. Mayella Ewell was home alone when she asked Tom Robinson help her bust up a chiffarobe for a nickel. As she went in the house Mr. Robinson came up behind her a abused and took advantage of her.
Her grandma tries to warn her when she first meets Glen about the trouble he could be, but she ignores her saying that her granny doesn’t know him like she does. Glen and Anney get married, and Glen becomes quite skilled with hiding what goes on behind closed doors with Bone. He is not afraid to openly abuse her in front of Anney though, who then does nothing short of yelling. Glen grabs Bone drags her into the bathroom, and slams her shoulder into the frame. Anney cries for him to stop, but does nothing to stop him from beating her daughter (Allison