At the beginning of Wolf Hollow, Annabelle hates Betty because she is a bully and a jerk. She is afraid of Betty and gives into her bullying, but by the end of the novel she feels empathy for her. She matures because at Betty’s funeral, after every act of malice that Betty had committed, Annabelle grows up because she forgives her. She also learns that she can confide in people and ask for help instead of keeping all of her problems to herself. Henry also grows up through the novel because at the beginning, he acts like a child and plays with James during all the difficult times, but at the end he begins to take part in
From this point in the story, you know that the author knows his daughter has an idea of what he has done. He was trying to protect his image to his daughter he didn't want to scare her. “You keep writing these war stories, she said, “so i guess you must’ve killed somebody. It was a difficult moment, but i did what seemed right, which was to say, of course not, and then to take her onto my lap and hold her for a while” (O’brien 811). He cares deeply about his daughter and will one day explain when she is older.
His wife Nora helps him realise when she declare she is "leaving now" her decison to leave was sparked by neglect she expreiened from Helmer. Disregarding any indapendance and respect for her, depriving her basic human treatent. This is approved when Helmer says: `First and foremost you are a wife and mother.´ Nora resonds with the obvious "First and foremost I´m a human being" but the fact she needed to state it empathises Helmer does not recognize her demands for equality and respect. Helmer initally believes Nora has no other purose other thana service to him and his chilren. Nora finally seeks indaendance from Helmer "you're not the man to help me with that, I ust do that alone".
That's when she forfeited her rights as his wife. During the whole entire story, she tries to save John from chastisement. But when it is time for his hanging she does nothing. Reverend Hale try to get Elizabeth to say something but she knows the best thing to do is let John go and do what he needs to do. Even though she is risking her husband and the father of her child but she knows it is the right thing to do.
The Pact Jodi Picoult The Pact by Jodi Picoult is a heart wrenching love story of love and betrayal that will leave readers questioning what they thought they knew of their own morals long after they have returned the book to the shelf. Chris and Emily grow up together, destined to be lovers before they are even old enough to talk. They are closer than siblings, able to feel each other’s pain in a way no one else can possibly understand. One night, all of that changes. A gunshot leaves Emily dead and Chris with a wound he may never recover from.
Violet pretends to agree, but then quickly tries to escape from Tate. In the super natural setting, Violet never gets to escape, and Tate finds a way to console Violet. After this the two are nearly inseparable until Violet finds out the truth about Tate raping her mother. After all of the bad things that Tate has done, his problems are traced from childhood. One way to stop his deviant actions as a youth would be to implement family therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy, whether his father was in the picture or not, it could have stopped some of Tate’s early on symptoms of plausible Conduct Disorder.
Women have no rights and were under the mercy of her family. Both women look alike but with different situation. They wanted to have the word women to spread out and being heard that women are capable of doing everything a man can do. Two stories make the reader see that they wanted someone to feel them or probably to survive from what they were living with. “The Story of an Hour “ when Mrs.Malled confirm her about the death she goes to her room quite with no one follow her sitting on a armchair in front of an open window thinking that is it true or fiction what happened in order to get out from the shock.
Amanda, who is obsessed with trying to find a suitor for her daughter, encourages her son Tom to set his sister Laura up with a colleague from work. The get-together that took place at the house of Amanda and her children left Laura surprised after realizing her date was someone she had a crush on in high school who was now engaged to another woman. Amanda who also controls Tom, tells him to secure his job at the shoe warehouse, even though he hates the job. Williams writes, “What right have you got to jeopardize your job? Jeopardize the security of us all?
The letters of Nettie which was hidden by Celie’s husband in the trunk is discovered with the help of Shug Avery. These letters where the resource that Celie learned about her past and the children of her which was impregnated by her stepfather where alive and not dead. The mean of her life was understood by Celie and the new courage in her started to bloom. She started to improve the skill to blend her feelings and humiliate by herself. She explode against her husband with blending all her courage for his cruelty and his heartless behaviour.
Charlie discusses the traumatic experience of the death of his beloved Aunt Helen and the suicide of his best friend, Michael. Next, he befriends two seniors: Patrick and Sam, who then introduce him to the world of drugs and alcohol. Charlie tries to ignore the fact that he is greatly drawn to Sam and develops a crush on her. It is hard for Charlie to focus on his teen life because he cannot seem to let go of his abusive past and the distressing flashbacks that come along with it, which we do not find out about until very late into the book. Charlie’s abuser happens to be his favorite Aunt Helen.