journal #1- narrative Today I went into town in order to see what all this witchcraft commotion was all about. According to Reverend Parris his daughter, Betty, has been bewitched. All this sounds a bit crazy to me because the details do not add up. I see Abigail and hope not to make conversation with her, but eventually I am alone with her and she explains everything to me.
The narrator is a woman embarking on a career as a governess. She vividly described what she did before she would be leaving, which helps to understand that she is excited to leave. For example, she says “I now busied myself in preparations: the fortnight passed rapidly.” The narrator made sure she was busy so that the time would pass quicker, since she was so happy to embark. She also states “I had brushed my black stuff travelling-dress, prepared my bonnet, gloves, and muff; sought in all my drawers to see that no article was left behind; and now having nothing more to do, I sat down and tried to rest.”
Eager to see the narrators’ mother at the beginning of the story, she responds with tears of happiness. No major decisions are made by her nor are there any influencing moments that change her point of view. Maryam is a realistic character. Responding with tenderness towards the girls and tears when their mother leaves, she responds as you would expect a mother figure to
Dedé must now tell the stories of her sisters to anyone that asks. Through telling the stories of her sisters Dedé continues to learn about her courageous kin and their impressionable lives. Dedé begins to feel more and more brave, her and her sister Minerva and Manolo used to play a game called “Dark Passages” as children. The dare was to walk past the railing into the pitch blackness of the night, Minerva would take off into it and win every time. Now as Dedé is standing there alone while Minerva’s daughter Minou is on the phone, Dedé narrates “I walk off the porch into the grass, so as not to overhear her conversation, or so I tell myself.
The look alone was very simple but very her, and eye catching. Her stage presence was phenomenal, truly captivating me and the crowd without even beginning her performance. To begin her performance, she began with “Vagina”. Everyone seemed to know the lyrics, and we all screamed along to the lyrics especially whenever she said, “wet”. After each performance, she would ask the audience what they wanted to hear and really interacted with the
He points out that in spite of the social and financial difficulties and problems, Mr. Shemirdas' daughters never complained about anything. Instead, they tried always to find ways to enjoy themselves and forget about all their troubles and difficulties: "We knew that things were hard for our Bohemian neighbors, but the two girls were light-hearted and never complained. They were always ready to forget their troubles at home, and to run away with me over the prairie, scaring rabbits or starting up flocks of quail." (Cather, 19). Nature was the place where they escaped to from their problems.
I say, " And so she trudged up the wooden stairs, her sad brown shoes taking her to the house she never liked." (Cisneros,1984). The ability of Esperanza to make her life a story is the reason she can bare everything she goes through and a way to find maturity and her identity. We can see how Esperanza tries to become more independent and how she is able to identify the barriers that most of their family members have.
She heard Demeter’s desperate calls and went out to find her. She found Demeter walking around calling her daughter’s name. Bundy 0.4 She looked exhausted after searching for her daughter for days on end. She said that she could find Persephone, because of the scream that she had heard a few days ago.
An initial review of the crime scene photos indicates the possibility of latent bloodstains being present in certain areas. Looking closely at the snapshots suggests that certain areas have been cleaned. The door is clearly dirty in certain areas, yet a large portion of it is inexplicably clean and very white compared to the immediate surrounding areas of the door. On the floor, one can see something very similar with the metal plates. All of them are dirty and dusty to some extent – except the one in the lower left of the photo.
(n.d.).) Projected blood in flight, is a type of stain that has results of a relatively immensely colossal quantity of blood that was flung, or projected, against a surface. The stain results from blood being thrown from a container, or coerced from a hypodermic syringe, or, more commonly in a malefaction scene setting, from arterial bleeding. When arterial bleeding is optically discerned, it generally forms a perpetuating track of "pulsing" stains to betoken the path of the bleeder. This bleeding would, of course, cease with the death of the bleeder.
Some have a foul smell and pus draining from them. Others have significant inflammation and redness and feel warm to the touch. The worst chronic wounds have decaying tissue that appears to be rotting. Possible Causes To care for a chronic wound, one must be able to identify what is causing it in the first place. A review of their medical records will help point out any underlying health conditions that could be attributing to the problem.