The morning after Betty and Ruth were caught dancing in the woods with Abigail Williams, Betty’s older cousin, the two girls both appeared sick to those around them. Betty is first found by her father, Reverend Parris, “not [able to] move herself since midnight,” almost as if she were in a coma (Miller 914). Reverend Parris soon began to show paranoia because he felt a spirit had entered into his daughter and took over her body, leaving her in what appeared to be a coma. Parris emphasized his paranoia when he tried to call in a nurse to examine his daughter as a precaution to find out what was wrong with her. While the nurse was looking at Betty, others from the town, including the Putnams, entered Betty’s room, curious about the situation going on.
The attempted suicide of Montag’s wife leads him to begin questioning the world in which he lives. He eventually meets a young girl, Clarisse McClellan, who is different from everyone as she and her family actually enjoy conversing with others. Through conversations with Clarisse on his walks home from work he begins do become curious about what could possibly be in the books to warrant banning them completely. This all eventually leads Montag
In the beginning of the book when Chloe and Finn first start to fake the disappearance, Finn has to go to school and gets questioned by the police and everyone starts asking her if she knows where Chloe is, she realizes that it’s not going to be as easy as they thought. Finn sneaks out to her grandma 's house one night to see Chloe to say that it 's not too early to call everything off and how everyone will forgive them for what they did. The text says “I thought about sneaking to my grandma’s house, but what would I do then? Convince Chloe to call it off” (p.41)? Things keep getting harder for Finn.
Setting and Point of View for Jason Michael Carroll 's song “Alyssa Lies” Kaitlynn Zollman Ivy Tech Community College-Sellersburg What would one do if their young daughter came to them and told them that her classmate was lying to everyone and apparently had bruises? In the song Alyssa Lies by Jason Michael Carroll, the song is told in first person point of view because the father tells the story about how his daughter comes to him and tells him that she believes her new friend at school is lying to the teachers and she tries hiding her bruises from them. The song demonstrates a dynamic type of setting because it changes between the father and the daughter and also throughout the song. The functions of the song occur in the daytime at the school and then bedtime at the home of the two. The type of setting of the song, functions of the setting, and the point of view at all important to any
Reverend Parris only noticed his daughter was sick the next day and accused Abigail William, who is Reverend Parris’s niece, of witchery and caused his daughter to go into a coma-like state. Abigail told Reverend Parris that they were just dancing and that they didn’t do anything else. However, Reverend Parris didn’t believe her and ask Reverend Hale, an expert on witchcraft, for help. Reverend Parris didn’t want to be accused witchcrafts happening in house so he tried to calm the people of Salem. Later on, Abigail talks to some of the girls and told them that they were only dancing and nothing else and if they didn’t cooperate with her she would murder them.
Reverend Parris begins to question Abigail about what they were doing in the woods. Betty still could not wake so Reverend Parris sent for Hale. Hale specializes witchcraft things. Hale believe that there is something supernaturally wrong with Betty. When Reverend Parris questions Abigail it he brings up that Abigail was let go by the Proctors and has been re-hired in months.
The protagonist from “The Turn of the Screw”, is perceived to be despearate as she tries to achieve her dream but her personal pride leads her to an unstable condition. The author depicts the Governess believing that to attain her goal of gaining attentionby her employer, she must be a hero. Therefore, she invents lies about seeing her predessors haunting her pupils. Nonetheless, the more times James makes the Governess mention the ghosts the more she believes they are real and they, “want to get them (the children)” (82). The Governess is blinded by making it appear she sees the ghosts that she looses herself in her own lies leading her to an unstable condition of not knowing what is real or not.
During the test, Josh is leaving and notices Cammie is in danger, he attempts to save Cammie because he thinks she is in actual danger, however she is not; after the test, Cammie learns that her mom and Joe Soloman have known about her relationship with Josh, and Cammie’s mom explains to Josh that the Gallagher Academy is actually a school for spies and gives him a “special” tea before he leaves the school, therefore when he wakes up tomorrow, he will not remember what happened last
Although he loves her and deep down wants Phoebe to come he respects her to ruin her future. He tells Phoebe that he will walk her back to school, of course she says no and they continue to argue back and forth. Until he makes her cry, he wants her to stay in school and be in the play as Benedict Arnold. It is interesting how Holden wants her to remain in school, but he can barely help himself in school, only passing one class. It appears he is punishing himself.
In this story the main characters; Premila and Santha face discrimination and other challenges brought to them by classmates and even teachers at their new school. In paragraphs 36-38 the author is explaining to her mother that their new teacher made her “sit in the back of the room with other Indians with a desk between each one” during a test because “Indians cheat”. Their teacher knew Premila and Santha were Indians and she chose to negatively stereotype them along with other students by treating them different. This shows that their Indian culture led the teacher to think something of them that probably wasn 't true. One final piece of evidence can be shared through a novel expert called “Two kinds” In paragraph 14 it says “I hated the tests, the raised hoped and false expectations”.
Kate arrives at the school only to see flashing lights and people everywhere. A police officer shares the shocking news with Kate; her daughter jumped off the roof. Struggling with grief and disbelief, Kate and lieutenant Lew try to piece together Amelia’s unsuspected death. I’m reading Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight. In this journal, I will be questioning, predicting, and visualizing.
Mary Warren is a 18 year old young lady who works for the Proctors. When John Proctor 's house was being searched for any evidence of witchcraft, the officials found a poppet with a needle pierced into it. After the poppet was found, John 's wife, Elizabeth is arrested and bid her sons farewells. After Elizabeth was arrested, John was not willing to stand by and wait for the courts to make the right
After Jessica leaves, many students were making twisted stories of what they thought killed Anne and burned Jessica so badly. At the end of the day, Jeff asks Tom to come over after school. Tom declines and makes an excuse. Then Mrs.Tracy asks Tom to bring Jessica’s homework to her, since she lived nearby. Jeff gets upset because Tom lied about having something to do.
Miss Caroline Fisher is not very pleasant with the children and becomes extremely upset with Scout when she learns that Atticus has taught Scout to read. She makes Scout feel guilty for having learn to read before school started. Scout complains to her older brother Jem but he tells her that Miss Caroline is just trying a new method of teaching.