She didn’t puke because she had the flu or ate something bad at lunch, the puke represents her emotions. Over the years, she has witnessed the awful bullying and feels terrible. The guilt has only built and built over the years. Somehow, it needs to come out one way or another. She has tried to hold it in but Bradie is in a state of disaster, and she can’t hold her silence any
Maybe he would do something crazy, like crash the car on purpose to get back at her, or fall asleep and run the car into an irrigation ditch. And it would be her fault.” Maria thinks that it is her fault that her family could get hurt because she angered her father before they left since she wanted to act mature and stay home by herself. She feels like it is all her fault if her family gets injured because she made a fuss over staying home. As well as this, Soto also says, “...she was riddled with guilt, since it was she who would have disturbed her father and made him crash.” Maria has the impression that it is her fault that her father got angry and could hurt their family. She thinks that her father would hurt his family to get revenge on her for not wanting to going on the family
By the end of the book everyone was okay, they started a new coffee shop, and re started with there lives. Trying to forget the horrible past of what had went down in 1793. Mattie used to be lazy, and careless, but now she 's brave and responsible. She was all alone after her grandfather died, she went through someone trying to rob their home, she had to take care of a child, a little girl, seeing her loved ones die, and her life how she knew it and was used to vanish right before her eyes, see dead people on the streets, not very kept up graves in which they piled bodies in a huge hole and buried them. Her grandfather was one of them.
This quote is showing growth with Mattie’s maturity since the beginning of the novel. It also is showing that even though Mother is violently ill, she wants Mattie to leave so she would not become infected, Mattie still stays with her mother for the night to help her through the awful sickness. Many people thought in 1793, the fever was contagious from person to person. We know today, that mosquitoes transmit the disease to humans, not human to human. Anderson also uses description to show how the characters put others before themselves.
The children never admit to her accusations, which upsets the governess to sure a high degree that she even starts to blame the children of conspiring against her. All of the governess mental episodes is all just a lead up to prove that she is mentally insane. The governess believes she can see people that have passed away, and she views them as very dark and evil. There have been past caretakers involved with the uncle and children that were at the house frequently before her, and some have even passed away. The governess then had claimed to see some of the past workers, that have passed away.
I like your statements about post-partum depression. It seems like it’s a very common disorder in today’s society and occurs within fifty up to seventy-five percent of women after they give birth. It’s a shame the narrator was unable to express her feelings through her writing because she was controlled by her husband. I feel like writing is a wonderful therapy, and when you have that joy taken away it seems like your mind starts to feel trapped with no escape. I also, agree that the windows in the room made it seem like a prison where the narrator had to face depression, and feel alone most of the time.
Roger snatched Mrs. Jones purse and thought he can get away with it because he has a habit of stealing and running away. Following this, soon Mrs. Jones came in and showed him how to take care of himself by having him wash his face and explain that there are more appropriate ways of getting what you want by not stealing. Mrs. Jones said that instead of stealing, Roger could 've asked for money.Though, she also states that sometimes you can 't get what you always want even though you badly want that item. In Mother to son, the son is learning from the mom. The mom is explaining about life.
In The Glass Castle Jeannette Walls faces harsh stuff through her childhood because of her parents. In the beginning of the book she finds her mother digging through trash. She feels embarrassed, so she turns around and goes home without saying hello. Jeanette then calls her mother and asks to have dinner with her. She offers her mother help because she feels guilty, but her mother rejects her help.
The style of argumentation is very closed and both mother and daughter are not very open to other suggestions and kind of stubborn. Later in the text, Rachel tells the reader about other mothers and their bad relationship between mother and daughter. In the start, the reader really gets the imagine that she really struggles because of the teenagers, also because of her title choice "a modern tragedy", which indicates the problem among two sides and that the author wants to
While all of this was happening Hall watches how Seth is being violated and he does nothing about it because he is to scared. She goes to Mrs. Garner and she reports what happened. When Schoolteacher found this out he beats her up although she is pregnant. Seth runs away after this and then she collapses because of exhaustion. Luckily she was found by a white girl and this girl nurses her.