But later on, his strength increases with anger and cause more problems. Curley is their boss’s son and he has a beautiful young wife that causes trouble. One day Lennie was in the barn crying because he had killed his pup and knows that because he killed the pup he cannot tend the rabbits in their land that they were going to buy. He was sad and angry but at that moment Curley’s wife walks in and try to talk
A theme that is emerging from the story is discrimination against people with disabilities. The central problem is about Lennie’s struggle to remember things. For an example, when Lennie and George were at the Weed, Lennie touched a girl’s dress, refusing to let go of her. When Lennie refused to let go of the girl’s dress, the girl accused Lennie of rape. Another example is when Lennie is talking to Curley’s wife Lennie explains to Curley’s wife that when Lennie was playing with his pup, the pup looked like he was going to bite Lennie, so Lennie smacked him.
John had three kids and and dog who would almost never be trained.He knew he needed to train his dog in order to have a better life. It states, “I looked behind her and he had slit open the couch.”As you can tell his dog was not a good dog. The average price of a couch id 400-800 dollars and this is not the only thing he ripped up. It also states, “I hate him, I hate him! You have to get him out.” This was his wife jenny, she was extremely mad at marley and wanted to get rid of him.
Even worse, Jerrod and David, two wolves on opposing sides, make noise about claiming her—and each other. She has problems beyond capture and a highly annoying lust for Jerrod, the werewolf ranch hand who stumbles over her, and David, Solomon’s sexy beta who openly despises her for killing his pack mate. An old enemy returns: sons of Blaise Forrester, who was instrumental in tearing Jayel’s family apart, plan to reclaim the territory—and kill any who stand in their way. When they attack the ranch where she’s being held, David becomes her unlikely rescuer—and they find passion beneath animosity. Jerrod joins in, and they bond.
Sophy Stanhope grew up with a father that despises her and various nannies taking her mother’s place. She is Matty’s foil in the novel; she represents the evil that consumes certain people. As a child her favorite pastime was throwing rocks at dabchicks, and she spent most of her time calculating how to throw the rocks in order to kill them. Any other time not taken up by her regular school routine was spent tormenting her aunties. Even from a young age, Sophy and her twin sister Toni are destructive people and quickly learn how to manipulate people.
Dame Van Winkle is one of the most annoying characters in the story she is always nagging a Rip and telling him to do something. “Morning, noon, and night, her tongue was incessantly going, and every thing he said or did was sure to produce a torrent of household eloquence” (65). She is the wife of Rip Van Winkle and she always had something to says to him about what he was doing wrong or how lazy he was. In order to get away from her nagging, Rip escapes with his dog, Wolf, to the nearby mountains where he meets a mysterious man. “Rip Van Winkle!
My little sister runs around screeching and presuming arms. When my sister returned from the hospital that day, I knew my life would never be the same. Whining when she wanted something. Screaming if something didn 't go her way. Yells so loud the house echoes.
By middle school Estelle was a troublemaker, having kept up her habit of getting into fights with the other students, though most of her fights were in defense of kids like her or she was pissed off to the point of taking a swing. She was also learning to hunt with the fathers and uncles of her neighbors, along with one of the uncles teaching her how to weld and do metal work as a way of 'making something out
Lennie’s attachment disorder causes him to stroke her hair and becomes overpowered by it. Curley’s wife resists this and becomes scared, she screams for help. A panicked Lennie grabs her and stops her from screaming, unknowingly suffocating her. Lennie runs away, fearing the worst, leaving her dead body. With this, the entire plantation was after Lennie.
Like in the quote, the child died because the woman’s illness got worse, people can lie about themselves anytime, so a background check would be very useful. Also, other foster parents may have anger issues, have a past of domestic abuse or other problematic issues. Stories are told about the horrors of living with abusive people in the article “The Horror Stories These,” this article has the different perspectives of how the children have suffered, the article states, “staying with a racist foster father who saw him hanging out with a black friend, he beat James, drug him outside, clasped a dog collar around my neck, and cuffed his hand to a Confederate flag rail in front of the doghouse. He left James outside overnight in the cold of December with no clothes,” (Simon, 2014). This clearly illustrates, how this foster father treated this child as an animal for spending time with a colored person.