Kelly’s relationships throughout her life weren’t always the best. She had a lover for three months known as G——. It had been the last man she had been with since The Senator that night. They had moved in together and things all of and sudden ended. Kelly truly loved the man, you could even say she loved him more than he loved
Kelly knows it too; she thinks to herself, “If I don’t do as he asks there won’t be any later” (7). Ultimately, Kelly is just another girl to The Senator; nothing drastically stands out about her. This becomes most apparent when The Senator calls Ray Annick after the accident. He says, “The girl was drunk, and she got emotional, she grabbed at the wheel and the car swerved off the road” (147). The cunning Senator does what politicians do best: lie.
His father dies and Elie is going to remember him forever as the man who sacrificed everything he had left for young Elie.Thanks to his father, Elie learned to take care of someone and how to survive by himself. You're family is going to be there for you, they are your blood and that bond between you all cannot be
Since my father’s death, nothing mattered to me anymore.” (Wiesel 113) Elie said this after his father died he couldn’t describe his life because it didn’t matter enough for him to describe. I relate to Elie because once my mom passed I couldn’t describe how my life was or how i was feeling. Depression is definitely the one stage that will stick with you and you can’t just
Women would go to great extents to be with them, but men would drop their wife in the blink of an eye if they found someone better. Women would blindly follow their husband because they were too oblivious to realize that he most likely didn’t care in the first place. And finally, when they were married all they would do was stay at home. Also released in 1961 Marcie Blane sings in “Bobby 's Girl.” The song begins by saying, “When people ask of me what would you like to be, now that you 're not a kid anymore? I know just what to say, I answer right away.
In this song the son talks about how not a single day he stops feeling regret of not spending as much time with his mother before she died. During the song he talks to a friend he has about how special a mother is and that for the love of god to always take your mom as top priority in every decision you make in your life. This man who is singing the song talks about how because of work and responsibilities he had forgotten to pass mother to son time. When he started to hang out more with his mother after a long time he realized how much he had missed out. He noticed that his mother was struggling and getting sick.There was times when his mother would call him and she would confuse him with his father who had passed away.When he finally tried to help her out and spend more time with her he realized how much he had missed out.
Pull him toward you and kiss him” (McCarthy 114). The father thinks long and hard about killing the boy to end his life of suffering, but keeps making excuses not to kill him and questions whether or not he can do it when the time comes. The father realizes that his love for the boy is too strong and he cannot find himself capable enough to end his own child’s
He was not able to think like his dad, because he was too young, and did not have the same perspective as him. Another example is that, when The Boy sees the other little boy, he instantly started calling for him, “Come back...I wont hurt you” (McCarthy 84). Later, after his dad scolded him for attracting attention to himself, he also tells his dad that he wants to share his food with the little boy, saying “I’m afraid for that little boy...we should go get him...I’d give that little boy half of my food...he sobbed” (McCarthy 86). His dad didn't want to make that decision, however, because they had limited food supplies. Yet The Boy didn't have this understanding, and just wanted to do what he thought was right in his eyes.
This anger is from the grudge she’s holding against her father which causes her to want to hide from her father. She wants to rid the memory of her father because she is “sick / of history dragging behind [her]” which goes back to the title of the poem, “Go Forget Your Father” (45). This shows that the speaker prefers to go back to her old morals and not hold a grudge against her father. To end the poem, Che presents the reader with another transition back to a softer tone. She wants to love her father again and let go of the grudge; to do this, the speaker and her father has to “show each other who [they] used to be” (66-67).