The outcome of that wasn’t expected though, but who would want their family to suffer throughout the rest of your life because of a problem like the one Abigail caused? You can’t blame Abigail only because Proctor was apart of it, he led himself into getting with her; it works both ways. Abigail had went overboard with the lying, and the acting throughout the witch trials, and she didn’t realize that until after the bird scene. When Abigail realized what she was doing, she didn’t face her problems, she ran away because she already knew what was going to happen to her, she was dumbfounded. John Proctor wasn’t a bad person, but he wasn’t good either, he just made bad choices.
And I took her away” (Kidd, 8). Deborah, Lily’s mother had previously ran away and came back but Lily was not sure why. When T. Ray came in the room and started yelling, all Lily wanted to do was help. Because of this she has to live with the constant memory of shooting her mother, and questioning herself, whether or not her mother’s purpose in coming back that hot day, was to get Lily. Most readers at this time can not even comprehend the pain Lily feels because most people do not go through times like this.
Earth mothers are female characters who love nature, which fits in with Miss Maudie because she loves plants and flowers. "She loved everything that grew on God's earth, even the weeds." (Lee, Harper. Page 56) She is known for her yard being filled with flowers and plants. "She was a widow, a chameleon lady who worked in her flower beds in an old straw hat and men's coveralls, but after her five o'clock bath she would appear on the porch and reign over the street in magisterial beauty."
Frank Beddor’s book The Looking Glass Wars is another version of The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland. In this retelling of the story, Alyss is a princess in the queendom of Wonderland. Her Aunt Redd takes over the throne as Queen Alyss is cast out of Wonderland and has to find her way home to retake her throne. In this book there are many themes evident. One is making sacrifices for the good of others.
Alice loves to read and remembers going to suffrage meetings with her mother when she was young. Alice has to be an important model for her younger siblings. Alice went to college, she experienced protests, arrest, and meetings. She participated in the protest in Bermondsey. She was asked to speak on behalf of everyone but as soon as she went up the police arrested her.
No one was more pleased about this show of hospitality than Tupacus, because in his eyes, anyone who honoured Disgustingos honored Tupacus. A few days after Disgustingos had left, Herous was walking in his rose garden when he heard some strange but lovely music. He followed the sound and discovered a perfectly beautiful man sitting on the grass and playing a pipe. He knew right away that the stranger was one of the gods and he fell down on one knee. The god commanded, “Get up dawg.
Then, we started to chase each other. After, a couple of minutes passed our mother finally noticed us running around. “Stop running around someone is going to get hurt!” she scolds. “Okay,” we answered quietly with our heads down. We walked around with them for a little bit, after a while we got bored again.
Later on in life, after many attempts to be free Tubman finally escaped in 1849. After her arrival in Philadelphia, Tubman got in contact with the antislavery movement. Tubman made a trip back to her home in Maryland around fall of 1851 , in attempt to rescue her husband Joseph but then, upon arrival, found out that he had remarried. This was a turning point in Tubman’s life for; it enabled her to focus all her energy on rescuing the rest of her family. By this time, 1851, Tubman became a legend of the Underground Railroad and for the following six years, she established a pattern that she maintained.
“Since she only ate half the pomegranate, she could live with Hades for half the year, and then she could come up and visit her mother, and the earth would bring forth flowers and fruit and grain once more, enough to keep men and beasts alive for rest of the year”(pg. 239). The Natural Phenomena in this myth explains how the seasons of Earth depend on the emotions of the goddess
Hades tricked Persephone into going to the Underworld with a beautiful flower that was near by a waterfall. Her and her friends were out picking flowers and she went somewhere else to pick flowers. She spotted it,and then she ran to pick it before anyone else could. As she reached out her hands gently to grab the beautiful flower the opened up. The waterfall and the earth opened up and a strange person came out of the earth.
The daughter of Zeus and Demeter, seemed to have someone mindful of her always, a father to watch above and a mother who watched her roam the earth, Kore, girl, what could fit better. However, now she is known as Persephone, a name that seems to claim more power and respect. The origin of Persephone’s name, is considered to have its roots from the Greek word of pertho that translates to ‘the destroyer’ (www.behindthename.com/name/Persephone). After being taken away to the underworld by Hades she earns a new domain. Now she, no longer responsible for the harvest as was her mother, guards the gates back to life, Queen of the Underworld.
Also, before Rose got put into the cellar, she had nothing. She didn’t lose anything but her freedom, and she probably thought that living in a warm house with food was better than having nothing outside. Lastly, I believe that Rose secretly had some sort of crazy love for Clover. Before she got brought into the cellar, Rose and Clover had some sort of special relationship. Because of this and Clover brainwashing her, it is very likely she believed that Clover loved her and was doing this for their own
Mary’s exploitation of her reputation as something of a ‘witch’ was no fresh concept however. Another sorceress hailing from Yorkshire, Knaresborough based Ursula Southill, better known as Mother Shipton, had been famed for prophesying the future some three centuries previously. She exhibited prophetic and psychic abilities from an early age and, with her large crooked nose, bent back and twisted legs, to the superstitious her appearance was that of the archetypal ‘witch’. Though she was taunted by the local populace, they were nevertheless accepting of the remedies and potions that Ursula made from local flowers and herbs. But as well as her skill in making traditional remedies, Mother Shipton had another gift – she could predict the future.
They weren’t my family, that I knew... Gastly foster homes, I was desperately lonely and wanted my mum... There was no allowance of any contact at all, there was deliberate separation and I guess, stripping of identity...” Children of the ‘Stolen Generation’ were not properly informed on why they were being taken all of a sudden, they didn’t understand. For all they knew they were just normal children except for the difference that their skin was a different colour. They were confused as to why they did not call their care takers mum and dad, like other children. Other children redirected their confusion and anger into getting into trouble, as stated by Howard Edwards in his ‘Stolen Generation’ testimonial when reflecting on his own childhood and