When Scrooge realized this he became helpful and nice. A way he showed his new look on life was to donate money to the workhouses, the poor, and the gentleman visitor. When he gave them money he had no hesitation and was very plentiful in quantity. What Scrooge realized in scene six of the play, was if he does not pay Bob Cratchit, his employee, enough money, one of his family members named Tiny Tim will soon die. Scrooge helped himself and the community when he
Sometimes it made her cry. They treat her that way because the only friend she has is a seven year old boy who can’t help her.. People make her cry but she is a kind and sweet person. She gives the little boy a dime every Saturday. She bakes fruitcakes for Christmas and gives them to people who she
His obsession with her did not stop even after he went back to his wife. He constantly took her on expensive trips and bought her expensive jewelry and gifts and even a house. One night when they were together in the house he had bought her she surprised him with a gift with the instruction not to open it till he got back to Hollywood. When he arrived home he was surprised when Lawerence Exeter Jr. opened the door. “Hello father how was your trip” he said in a cold voice.
But for Holden it wasn’t about the money, he wanted to buy the record because he knew Phoebe would love it and it would numb the pain of having to tell his parents that he got kicked out of Pencey. After he bought the record all of the sudden he felt very happy. He felt happy because he wanted to show his innocence to
Both of these are shown “The Wife’s Story”, “The Lottery”, and ¨American Flag Stands for Tolerance¨. Body Paragraph #1 In the beginning of “The Wife 's story” the wife is explaining how great her husband is and how great of a father he is. Throughout the story, it started to show how he slowly but definitely became more and more distant from his family and friends. This was shown when his wife started to notice him coming home late, leaving in the middle of the night, and leaving early in the morning to be gone all day. “He’d come back late and worn out, and pretty near cross for one so sweet-tempered, not wanting to talk about it.”(lines 49-51) Toward the end of the story, it shows how the wife 's husband had left and she became very worried.
At the beginning of the book Heather Hoodhood was the kid that was really mean and only cared about herself. Like when Holling goes into her room to talk about something important, Heather asked “Mrs.Baker hates your guts right?” he nodded “Well then try getting some.” And then she slammed the door. Or like the time when she comes downstairs with a yellow flower painted on her cheek and she states that “I know that I have a yellow flower painted on my cheek. We believe in peace and understanding and freedom. We believe in sharing and healing each other.
He is expressing his feelings about her and his hope of getting off the streets so she can have a comfortable old age. To Eighner. Lizbeth is no longer just a pet, she is his companion. Whenever the author find something that he thinks “is safe that has been spilled from the Dumpster” he lets her have it (Eighner 116). Eighner cares for Lizbeth, he does not refrain from giving her food, but instead offers as much as he can provide.
When Tessie Hutchinson a believer in this “Lottery” shows up late to the town meeting because she forgets that the event is today. She seemed cheerful and happy unknowingly that she was soon to be horribly murdered. When her family was chosen and she was picked to be killed she immediately thought of how unfair this really was. If only the rest of the town could have this realization and understand that how brutal and unfair this tradition was. Unfortunately in life, to understand if a tradition is cruel or inhumane you may need to be put in the shoes of the victim.
When he had made his daughter sad, he eventually apologizes to her like a real father. When his daughter is at her first day of school and nervous with anxiety, he calms her down and tries to cheer her up before letting her go off. He shows good fatherly traits with morals especially after his injury. He discovers that his wife cheated on him a while ago and when he first finds out he is furiated. Eventually, he remembers his character and his past actions and realizes that it was because of him.
Mrs. Hale regrets not being a better friend and is beginning to feel some culpability for the murder of Mr. Wright. We see dramatic irony in the fact that Mrs. Hale speaks of her lack of reaching out to Mrs. Wright with friendship played a role in the actions of Mrs. Wright and if she had what that friendship would have meant to Mrs. Wright. At the same time, Mrs. Peters inadvertently adds fuel to the flames of Mrs. Hale’s guilt by pointing out that Mrs. Wright did not even have children to occupy her days like Mrs. Hale did. Feeling even worse, the author uses imagery to show how desolate this farm really is. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters both realize now that what they have learned about Mrs. Wright (by being in her home) her life and marriage have been far worse than they could have
The client appeared calm and made good eye contact, was cooperative, and open for discussion. The client wore a medical mask because he did not want to get sick, because a lot of people are coughing a lot in the building. The client stated that he was having a “good” day because Veterans’ Day was approaching. The client smiled and acknowledged that he was aware of being more active and productive, because he is starting to trust certain people and likes to volunteer with preparing for lunches. Client was proud to admit that someone tried bullying him, but the client spoke up against him.