She wanted to tell her but didn't want to get the group of girls in trouble. They finally get home and Katie's nose is bruised and had black eyes also had cuts and bruises on her arms, face, and legs. Scratches on her face she still didn't want to tell her mom but the day after, katies mom was going through her daughter's phone and saw the girls conversation and Katie was getting bullied so bad by the girls. Even after the fight she was still getting bullied, the girls were still messaging and calling her and Katie was just trying to ignore them but it wasn't working. She didn't know what to do about it.
Maggie has a very bad relationship with her bigger sister Dee with jealousy and hatred. Mama always thinks that Maggie lives an unfair life but Maggie never said that. “Maggie asked me mama when Dee ever had friends” (Walker, 317, 14), this quote shows how Maggie is jalousie from Dee, actually dee has friends. When Maggie sees stuff she doesn’t like she hides it and doesn’t talk but when she knew that Dee wanted to take the quilt that mama promised to give her she dropped the plates and smashes the kitchen door very hard. We spoke about the three main characters in the story and we discovered that Dee changed allot in the way she looks and the way she talks and her personality.
Out of all things, the last four years she was struggling with a Falcons fan because she had to fake liking the sport, now she has literally married it. The fact that she didn’t enjoy the sport or even talking about it, caused a huge dent in their relationship. She would literally just not listen to him as he talked, mainly because it was just him talking about football all the time and she just didn’t understand anything he was saying. At the beginning of their marriage, they had a chain of bad luck, from deaths in the family, parents sick, and being laid off of his job. Rich would take on job to job even when it didn’t pay so he could take care of Rogers, even when it wasn’t so much pay he still did it.
The atmosphere of my family is not conducive for studies. Though my parents encourage me to study well the atmosphere at home is not good enough for that. When I sit for study the thought of my mother comes to my mind, the curses of my grandmother resound in my ears, and I feel remorse towards myself and think that I should not have been born”. The failure of one subject has pained her a lot. Sometimes she feels disappointed and thinks of dropping out of school.
Abbe was an outgoing person and having to be quiet all day made her depressed. She could never go outside to play, and on top of that she has few friends after moving into the Annex, it surely must have made her insane. She also was making her mom very upset. In passage two it reads “Mr. Frank: You hurt her very much just now.
even her voice was affected by his condition, and she was not allowed by her mother to paly or do what other teenagers do because her mom was overprotective to her. I go on a journey with Joy as she struggles against what she’s always known to be right, and wanting to fit in. Joy finds her self being a awkward ,she feel that she always doing wrong . One of the things Joy begins to deal is when he find her mother's book entitled ' Big Girls Dont Cry'. It’s a book of fiction, but it is very obviously based upon her mother’s life.
Curley’s wife is the only woman on the ranch, and none of the ranch hands will talk with her, out of fear of dealing with Curley. Curley’s wife is unhappy with her marriage, talking to Lennie about her dream of acting saying, “If I'd went, I wouldn't be livin' like this, you bet" (Steinbeck 88). The other ranch hands are convinced that she’s looking for trouble, when she really just wants to talk. She expresses many times how she is not happy with Curley, since he controls seemingly her every move. In a different time period, much later than the 1930s, Curley’s wife would be able to pursue her acting career without the constant pressure of a man who controls her.
Hulga’s poor health keeps her at her home all the time. Hulga wants to leave home and really does not want to come back. She does not have a good relationship with her mother because Hulga is “too smart” for her family which breaks the bond between them. Since Hulga dislikes her mom she changed her name to make her mother even more mad at her. 2.
We would talk endlessly on the phone about schoolwork, families, argue senseless, and he would inform me on sports I didn’t like or partake in, however I still enjoyed our conversations. After a busy day of school and work I was slightly upset at Matt because I did not receive a call from him that night. I assured myself if when I got home he would call me, I was wrong. I got a call from his younger sister instead, she couldn't form words and I could hear her weep through the phone. “Matthew shot himself”, were the words I could make out of from the sobbing and loud out cries in the
In the story “George” by Alex Gino George is unhappy because she is lonely, she needs to be herself in secret and, cannot show her true identity and all of this is just because she is transgender. First of all, I think George is lonely and scared, For example in the story in the story it said this quote, “George jumped when she heard a clatter outside. She looked out the window to the front door directly below. no one was in sight, but Scott 's bike lay in the driveway, the back wheel still spinning” When her brother comes home she gets really nervous, she needs to hide everything really quickly and before she knew it her brother was banging on the bathroom door needing to go really badly, when she did find a hiding place for her things and got out she still stayed
Those miners died years ago.” “Knowing she had to meet Mike and go the courthouse, she didn’t want to take the time to talk, but, it impressed her that Joann would ask her opinion about the mountain. “Do you have time now or perhaps I could come by your home?” “Now come on, you know there’s nothing going on around here, except in the minds of weak people. Here’s my number, if you wish, give me a call.” Handing her a card, Louise apologized that she had to leave. Driving to her husband’s office Louise dreaded the sermon she would hear on the way to the