This show that Mary, wants the police offices to think that when she returned for the shop, Patrick was killed well she was gone and that she did not kill him. Another reason in the end part of the story why I found Mary interesting was when she offered the police detectives the leg of lamb that she killed her husband with. “Why don’t you eat up that lamb that’s in the oven. It’ll be cooked just right by now”. This show also that Mary is turning to not think that she killed her husband.
I agree with Zizek and I believe it is not fair to say that this is a natural thing for birds. In this case, birds serve as another dimension that literally tears apart reality. The attack of birds is to prevent or trying to prevent a sexual relationship. Another example is when the mother goes to the neighbor’s house and finds him dead and his eyes where eaten by birds and she also sees the birds on the window. She tried to shout but she couldn’t; her voice was
Horror stories may also include paranormal activity, parallel universes, and unnatural explanations. Before I explain on why this story is of the horror genre let me give you the back story. Mr. Maloney arrives home from work to explain to his wife something, Mrs. Maloney then gets so aggravated she runs down stairs to grab a leg of lamb, she then walks up the stairs and knocks her husband over the head, he then dies. She puts the lamb in the oven, she then arrives at the local grocery store to buy vegetables for her lamb. Once she gets home, she calls the cops, the cops arrive and search her house in the dying heat.
She is bad to the bone, and the only thing she cares about is her family. One way Nagaina stands up for what is right is when most of her family dies, she risks revenge to save the one egg. Nagaina says, “When there were no people in the bungalow, did we have any mongoose in the garden? So long as the bungalow is empty we are king and queen of the garden; and remember that as soon as our eggs in the melon bed hatch (as they may tomorrow), our children will need room and quiet,” this demonstrates how much she wants her family to be happy and have a place to grow. Another way Nagaina stood up for what was right was by saying “Give me the egg, Rikki-Tikki.
When Ada complains about a rooster that tried to flog her, Ruby simply kills the rooster, “Ruby looked at her with a great deal of puzzlement. She rose and stepped off the porch and in one swift motion snatched up the rooster, tucked his body under her left arm, and with her right hand pulled off his head … —He 'll be stringy, so we 'd best stew him awhile, Ruby said.” (Frazier, 68) Ruby has a knack for being practical. She gets work done around the farm quickly and efficiently, all the while teaching Ada. Ruby saves Ada from starvation, showing qualities of leadership and pragmatism. Ada respects Ruby as a masculine figure on the farm, “Ada had soon noted the Ruby’s lore included … raising of crops … both animal and vegetable … constantly pointing out the little creatures that occupy the nooks of the world.” (Frazier, 137) Ruby is extremely learned on the subject of the natural world.
For example, he uses “Druids would have forsaken their oaks to worship in them” which personifies the oaks worshipping the druids which plays a role along the stage of imagery. Furthermore, Thoreau also personifies the chicken at Field’s home (“The chickens, which had also taken shelter here from the rain, stalked about the room like members of the family, too humanized.”) saying that they were like Field’s family. However, he used the chickens that personification of the chickens as a shield and sword to express that the family were like the chickens rather than the other way around to avoid sounding as rude if he has said the family acted like chickens. The pathos was heavily centered on his accidental visit to John Field's family from the falling rain when he and Field’s discussed about what they work for and what America was. For instance, Thoreau stated, “But the only true America is that country...For I purposely talked to him as if he were a philosopher, or desired to be one,” to express his philosophical tone and his feelings about John.
Rumors say that most crimes are done by him, mostly nocturnal events like mutilated chickens and pets. Jem had never seen Boo. Dill, a friend of Jem, dared him to touch the Radleys House so Boo Radley would come out. ‘Jem threw the gate open and sped to the side of the house, slapped it with his palm and ran back past us, not waiting to see if his foray was successful.’ At first he was scared, but since his pride of never backing out on a dare was too big, he did it anyway. After this event, Jem’s fear towards the Radleys lessened.
Nat has three family members: his wife, his daughter Jill, and his son Johnny. When Nat’s kids were being attacked by the birds, he didn’t hesitate to intervene and fight off the birds. When he went to get Jill from the bus stop as birds accumulated in the sky, he got her a ride home from Mr. Trigg and ran himself. He sacrificed himself to save his daughter, leading to multiple wounds. He sleeps in the kitchen with his wife and kids, because he would not risk leaving them alone in their rooms; he did not trust the boards inside of their chimney.
After Proceeding being told that by her husband, Mary Maloney goes out to get the supper and without any hesitation, she swings a the big frozen leg lamb at the back of Mr. Maloney’s head. The funny thing is that she had no sympathy for what she had done, instead she spent the time practicing the plan on how to cover up her crime. Her cover story indicates “When Patrick had come in, and she was sewing, and he was tired, so tired he hadn’t wanted to go out for supper. She told how she’d put the meat in the oven - it’s there now cooking - and how she’d stepped out to the grocer for vegetables, and come back to find him lying on the floor.” This shows cleverness by showing how she has thought out her plan on how to fool the her cops into thinking she has not was not been there at the time of the
Atticus said to Jem one day, “I’d rather you shot at tin cans in the backyard, but I know you’ll go after birds. Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit ‘em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird,”(pg. 92) In Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch teaches his children not not to kill mockingbirds because they are innocent; all they do is help and get treated poorly. All throughout the novel multiple people are seen as “mockingbirds”. In the novel, Atticus Finch, Tom Robinson, and Boo (Arthur) Radley are all metaphorically portrayed as mockingbirds because they all try to help others, yet they are mistreated.
She explains that she was watching the hen laying the egg, and Michael was looking for her, and he wanted to also see the hen laying the egg. However, Hortense explains that Michael has no patience, and tells him that he cannot see the hen laying the egg. Hortense explains that Michael was starting to get annoying, and told him to get away so she can work. She gives Michael a bottle of perfumed water to distract him. Miss Jewel calls her after day after school.
CO 210-01 Chapter One Homework Tracy Crawford 3a) Pandora Radio was playing and water running in the kitchen sink 3b) My children opened the door to let me know that “Mom, I am going to play.” 3c) I said no as the door slammed shut. Therefore propelling me to follow to make sure the children heard my response correctly. 3d) My children were disappointed that they couldn’t play with their friends until after some of the chore list was completed. 3e) The complete message was “Mom, we are headed to the park” but with the noise I miss heard their statement and they didn’t care to hear my response as the door was shut before I replied. CO 210-01 Chapter Two Homework Tracy Crawford 1a) Husband returns home from an appointment.
Problem Statement: This problem is about a farmer who is on her way to market and is taking eggs in a cart, but she hits a pothole and spills all of her eggs. All of her eggs are broken, so she goes to her insurance agent, who asks her how many eggs she had but the farmer does not remember. The only thing she remembers is the many ways she packed the eggs. When she grouped them in groups of two, three, four, five, and even six there was one egg left over. However when she grouped the eggs in groups of seven the eggs were in even groups without any eggs left over.