While trying to find a piece of paper and some string, Mrs. Peters stumbles upon a bird cage. As she examines the cage further, she notices that the door is broken and the bird is missing. She assumes that the cat had gotten the bird. The women are offering up conversation about the birdcage when Mrs. Hale interjects, “Looks as if someone must have been rough with it” (1086). The women gather Mrs. Wright’s quilt to work on while incarcerated when they find something that frightens them.
She sewed a poppet for John Proctors wife while she was in court and left the needle in her stomach. Later on, Abigail fell out of her chair at diner claiming to be stabbed in the stomach. Reverend Hale goes to the Proctor home only to discover Elizabeth's poppet had a needle stuck in its stomach. This led him to believe Elizabeth had a voodoo doll and was in fact performing witchcraft. Mary Warren proves she is in fact a scared character when John Proctor instructs her to go inform the court his wife is innocent and she refuses to, stating, “I cannot, they’ll turn on me” (Miller
In one story when Snow White first gets to their cottage she find 's its extremely mess, but the other story says they are neat having custom things for each dwarf. In each story they came home from mining and found Snow White and immediately decided to help her. They protected her and when they thought she died, they didn 't bury her, but put her in a glass casket in and opening in the forest. The dwarves only had small differences and lots of similarities. How Snow White was put into her deep sleep is not the same, but has one key similarity.
Wright’s husband has been found dead, strangled to death in the farmhouse with a rope. Mrs. Wright instantly becomes a suspect in the murder of her husband. Sheriff Peters with a neighbor farmer Mrs. Hale come to the house to find clues, however the real detectives are Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale. Thanks to their mindset of a woman, they noticed womanly thing such as Mrs. Wright’s unfinished quilt, and the details like that help solve the case. The women discovers an empty birdcage and later finds the canary to the cage dead with its neck wrung, they quickly put the clues together.
The women were talking about the unfinished and were wondering if Mrs. Wright was going to quilt it or knot it. The men overhear and interject on their conversation and mock them. When the women look at the quilt they notice that for the most part the stitching is neat and precise, but then they see that at some point it started to become messy and erratic. This was peculiar to the women because it’s such a drastic change. Mrs. Hale says that the sewing was that way because of nervousness, but Mrs. Peters disagrees and narrows it down to just being tired.
Based on what I read, it also states “I slashed up my sword, heard a sickening shlock! Then a hiss-the sound of a monster disintegrating. I felt something fall to my feet.” In the middle of his journey, he finds a house owned by an “Aunty M”, who lured them in for some food. As they ate, Percy found Aunty M as a sweet, lonely old woman, but Annabeth and Grover thought different. Percy didn’t want to leave, and went to take a picture with Aunty’s statues as she had asked, but had found out that the “M” in her name meant Medusa.
“The Yellow Wall-Paper” which was published in the late nineteenth century shows that the women of that time did not have much cultural value. In the story the husband acts more like a father to his wife than a husband. Throughout the story he calls her ‘little girl’ and like a father has rules that must be obeyed. He has locked her up in a nursery room that she hates in a large castle and ordered her not to move from the bed, because she is on a ‘rest cure’ that is supposedly going to help her get over her post-partum depression. Because she is stuck in a room that she despises, she becomes very lonely and even more depressed which causes her to start staring at the wallpaper and slowly become crazy from the isolation.
It is also seen in her unfinished quilt and her messy kitchen. Her unfinished quilt has many knots in it. This shows that Mrs. Wright is very confused and not in the right state of mind. Her messy kitchen shows how long it had been since she cleaned the kitchen. This also states that Mrs. Wright is very confused, because she is expected to always keep the house clean, and after the death of
We learn Lennie is fascinated with touching the softness of items such as a dress, which got them ran out of their last home. Lennie keeps a dead mouse in his pocket. George argues with Lennie about the mouse. Afterwards we also learn about a dream of the men. The chapter ends after Lennie gets told to come to this same spot in the brush if any trouble arises.
Mildred’s constant addiction to gadgets represents her denial towards her problems and the little desire she has towards a better life. Her ignorance is another of her great weaknesses since she lives in a world where her feelings don’t matter and is easily influenced by tv and propaganda which explains her obsess towards hair dye and a soap opera family, even when Guy tries to talk to her all she seems able to talk about is her “family”, he tries to talk to her into reading some of the books he has found but she’s just worried that Captain Beatty might show up and “burn the house and the ‘family’” and asks him “why should I read?” “what for?” (34, Bradbury). Mildred doesn’t understand what she’s feeling and therefore prefers little amounts of superficial happiness that only give her joy for a little while, instead of reading and exterminating her ignorance because she’s too afraid to understand what is really happening inside of