One day it showed that her father was very ill and fret to death; She begged the Beast to let her go, and visit her sick poor father. If she goes, she will never return said to be sad. He asked her about will she be his wife. if it's happening. I will die of grief.
“Lucinda Matlock” by Edgar Lee Masters and “Richard Corey” by Edwin Arlington Robinson are two poems that contrast each other primarily through the lives and deaths that Matlock and Corey. Lucinda Matlock lived a long enjoyable life with a large family that dealt with a lot of death throughout her life. Matlock was a free-spirited girl doing activities including the following: dances and playing snap-out. She found her future husband, James, in a romantic fashion during a beautiful moonlit summer night. Both Lucinda and James were working class people with twelve children, but sadly eight of her children failed to outlive her.
The novel “The Sweet Hereafter” by Russell Banks is about a bus accident where many children have died, and the suffering of their families. In this novel grief is portrayed as a destructive force. The author is saying that when individuals lack support and do not have a strong mind set, the way they grieve is destructive. In the novel, the author is portraying the Ottos, Nichole, and Billy as the ones who don't have much support in their life, which causes them not to have a strong mind set. The Ottos are devastated over the loss of their adopted son, Bear, who died from the impact during the bus accident.
Billie Jo endures trials many of us cannot even imagine, far beyond dealing with the complications of the Dust Bowl. She even tries to leave the situation, but [SPOILER ALERT!] she realizes she belongs back home with her father. As the novel ends and Billie Jo’s life moves on along with her father’s life, Billie Jo makes a profound observation for any 15-year-old: “I am because of the dust.” The dust represents ALL of the unfortunate realities of Billie Jo’s past, but she is finally able to recognize them not with resentment, but with appreciation that she would not be the person she is without those difficult experiences. What 15-year-old do you know who has that kind of
Numbecko felt they had made a wonderful connection, and couldn 't believe it ended so abruptly. Just as numbecko was walking home he heard a women crying and to his surprise it was Eugenia ! She immediately wiped her face looking at Numbecko. He said “ why do you cry.” she explained her situation with her kingdom, but numbecko already knew that what mattered to him is she said “she really liked him and messed up her chance.” numbecko looked at her said “everyone deserves a second
And then Tad died in 1871. Mary just didn’t know how to cope with everything and she was depressed about all the deaths in her life and all the loves she had lost. her surviving son, Robert Todd Lincoln, had her temporarily committed. “Mary was judged insane” . She attempted suicide through an overdose of laudanum, but the pharmacist gave her a placebo.
After her accident, Jean is significantly more friendly towards Maria. At 1:40:00, Jean is seen hugging Maria, the housemaid who she once looked down on, stating to her, most likely in response to Carol’s carelessness as well as her newfound respect for Maria, “you’re the best friend I got.” Jean’s fall helped her realize how irrational and unfounded her disdain towards Maria and other minorities is, even if she had bad experiences in the past - the fact that Maria, despite
As I was reading the autobiography “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” by Maya Angelou in an archetypal perspective, I realized the story actually really resembles an archetypal plot. Marguerite starts off as an innocent young child and therefore representing the ‘child’ archetype. Marguerite is often singled out and made fun of, but Bailey, her older brother, sticks up for her no matter what making him the ‘hero’ of the story. Although he’s the complete opposite as he’s outgoing, sporty, and loved by all, the two siblings are still very close. The two live in Stamps,Arkansas with their Momma (who’s actually their grandmother) who represents the ‘mentor’ archetype with her wisdom and love for the children.
I only talk when I need to or have something to say but that doesn’t stop me from being successful.” Her Aunt Stella’s then told her that she apologized for offending her. Ray was very proud of herself for standing up for herself. Her whole entire family slept over her Aunt Stella’s house. It was the next day and Ray was looking at herself in the mirror. She noticed that she had a necklace on.
Tom also gives Daisy the image of loving wife and mother that she feels she needs for the public eye, regardless of what happens behind closed doors. All of this leads to Daisy staying with Tom and being the submissive wife character he needs. But then she falls in love with Gatsby again and begins to really experience life. Daisy says “It make me sad because I’ve never seen such- such beautiful shirts before.” (92). Daisy isn’t just crying about shirts she is crying about a way of life she has never experienced with Tom but just within the few hours she’s been with Gatsby.