What is left to interpretation in the story is whether or not Louise ever did lay eyes on her living husband in the story at all. In many interpretations of the story critics say that Louise did see her husband and subsequently passed from the shock of seeing him
So, a person would think Mrs. Mallard would finally be able to live her life free since her husband passed. But, Mrs. Mallard ended up dying from a heart disease. Chopin states “When the doctors came they said she had died of heart disease- of joy that kills” (Chopin 66). The doctors said she died from joy, but Mrs. Mallard really wasn’t happy with the relationship she was in. When Brently Mallard came back home, he was amazed to see the piercing cry of Josephine and the quick motion to screen him from the view of his wife.
Mrs. Millard admits her husband was kind and loving and that “she knew she would weep again when she saw the kind tender hands folded in death”.(65) She feels joy either way. Her reaction does not show anything bad since she knows she “had loved him”(66) . However, despite the love between them, Mrs. Millard views her husband 's death as a release from oppression. She does not specify any ways that her husband oppresses her, but it can be understood that during that time period, in 1880s Louisiana, women did not have many rights, if at all any.
During Maman’s funeral, Meursault presents no sadness but an indifferent attitude, which was eventually been questioned and criticized by the public due to his absurd actions. He does love his mother “the same as anyone” (67), but love her in his own way. His hidden love toward his mother presents through his subconscious actions. First of all, while Meursault noticed about Maman’s death he immediately ask for leave, and took a two-hour bus to Marengo, he said that he “wanted to see Maman right away. ”(4), which he can’t wait to see mother, his urgent mood had shown his care on Maman.
Consequently, the theme not only shows the value of hope, but also how Scrooge had a major change of heart when he received hope. Formerly, Scrooge was very vain and had an abject spirit. His life was without much hope of any happiness. The different themes in “A Christmas Carol” help people like Scrooge to realize how fortunate they are. In addition, Scrooge learns that he is very fortunate to have all of the things he does, and that hope can be the key to happiness.
He thought that his wife would return as ghost but who knew that she had the most horrific death which came to the notice of him at the end of the story. This is where the author brings in the super natural element creating a suspense and obliqueness
Caroline catches a fatal scarlet fever as a consequence of caring for Elizabeth. When Elizabeth catches the scarlet fever against the family’s advice and aware of her likely death she still sacrifices herself, something that Victor never does for any of his family members. As part of her dying wish she asks Elizabeth: “you must supply my place to my youngest children. Alas! I regret that I am taken from you; and, happy and beloved as I have been, it is not hard to quit you all?
The narrator in the story tells us that even when Emily’s dad died she still remained the same person. Homer Barron a contractor paving streets from her hometown arrived and she really started to love him, for who he was. However, events that happened in her life made her relationship harder with him. When Emily came back from visiting her two distant cousins, Homer returned but that was the last time the town saw him. Emily
The Old South is very stubborn and set in its ways, as is Miss Emily. Emily is so attached to her southern ways and does not want to accept any change that she even keeps her dead lover in her home for years. She denies her father's death and tries to hold on to his dead body by insisting nothing is wrong. " The day after his death all the ladies prepared to call at the house and offer condolence and aid, as is our custom. Miss Emily met them at the door, dressed as usual and with no trace of grief on her face.
In the play of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” Anne states,”In spite of everything I still believe people really are good at heart.” She believes that deep down everyone is good. I agree with her. There are people who do bad things, but deep down is a sense of good, like a small candle in a dark room. Everyone has a choice to let their light shine or extinguish it.
They quickly formed a friendship and love, although they may have denied it, that lasted many years until Rudy’s final days. Rudy was one of the only important people in Liesel 's life, and most certainly one of the people that loved her most. “He must have loved her so incredibly hard. So hard that he would never ask for her lips again and would go to his grave without them” (Page 303). Rudy took his love for Liesel to his grave, never able to hear her confess what he knew, that she loved him just as much as he loved her.
She had five children when she fell ill and was devastated to learn her radium treatments left her unable to have more. She was protective of her family’s feelings, by keeping her cancer a secret from them so as not to worry them. Her family described her as an outgoing and beautiful woman of God. Henrietta and I have very little in common. I’ve never experienced prejudice because of my skin color or lived in a
I experience a tunnel-like vision due to my depressed outlook, causing me to miss out on the happy moments that make life worth living. Life is an amazing journey that definitely has its ups and downs. I have to learn how to cope with the downs, and put more emphasis on the
The funeral saw few dry eyes as he was interred. Afterwards we went back to Oma 's house to comfort her. She grieved, for awhile, and now lives independently, but she will never forget what her husband went through and the strain that it put
Fahrenheit 451 - Character Development Ray Bradbury’s entire book, “Fahrenheit 451” is about a man whose only passion in life was to do his job, burn books. Then, by meeting a strange girl one day, Clarisse, his entire perspective was changed. He was a man who captured people that broke the law to later breaking the law himself. In the beginning of the story Bradbury uses a collection of words to show that Montag loved his job.