She’d fallen and hit her head, knocking herself unconsciously for thirty seconds. She’d come to still lying on the floor as her uncle was shouting at her auntie not to help her.” This shows how physical abuse of her uncle pushed fwadaus
Pat keeps insisting that’s normal. Pat meets this woman named Tiffany also has a lot of trouble. Her husband was killed, and after that she started living a lifestyle were she slept with a lot of guys because she blamed herself for her husbands death. With tiffany, it seems that Pat finds someone who first of all challenges him but also accepts him for who he is. Their relationship starts out a bit misleading because they fight like hell and we don’t see how the to of them could be friends.
She suffered through a horrible trolley accident, ended up bed ridden, resulted in a disability, and went through multiple surgeries because of the accident. Luckily she still was able to walk, but it caused other problems throughout her life and must have been very difficult to deal with. She found herself in love with a man who could not stay faithful, which she understood. However, her heart was broken after he did not stay loyal and cheated on her with her sister. She also, faced
His wife’s name is Elizabeth Proctor, who at the time was very ill. Well, Abigail lived with John and his wife Elizabeth as a house maiden and over time she started falling for John, who at the time was taking his wife’s illness pretty bad. “Abigail Williams grew up in an orphanage because her parents were murdered in front of her by Native Americans during a raid” (The Crucible).
Many people can go throughout there day and make an impact on so many people’s lives without realizing it well. Some can be good, but some impacts can be very cruel and harsh. Those people who don’t care, will do anything to get what they want no matter what they do to your life. Well that’s what happened in the story The Crucible a 17 year old girl named Abigail Williams had fell in love with a married man, who was just in a rough part of his life. His wife’s name is Elizabeth Proctor who at the time was very ill .
Blanche, which is Stella 's older sister, arrives in New Orleans as a broken, arrogant, sensitive, and an obvious crumbling figure. Blanche was once married and very much in love with a young man who seemed to be very tortured. He committed suicide after she discovered that he was a homosexual man, and ever since suffering from regret and guilt! Blanche watched as her parents and relatives passed away. She had to endure many hard trials including watching foreclosure fall on their family estate!
Despite the successful career, Plath’s personal life was not as positive. She married a poet Ted Hughes in 1956 whom she had two children with, but their relationship was not ideal and worsened with time. In 1962, Hughes left his wife for his mistress and this caused Sylvia Plath to fall into a severe depression (“Sylvia Plath Biography”). It is during this time she wrote The Bell Jar in 1963, a novel that is based on her life with fictional details of a young woman’s experience of mental breakdowns. Unfortunately, Sylvia Plath committed suicide in the same year she wrote the famous novel.
After the dramatic downturn towards the end of Sylvia Plath’s life, a lot of literature critics seemed to finally grasp the veiled meanings in Plath’s poetry. Her work displays signs of overwhelming emotion; one can’t help but assume that the vivid language resembles true personal references. There were many repeated themes throughout the collection that suggested how her mental stability exposed to this imagination of her poetry, led to her suicide. It came to terms just how fragile Plath was and the depression that overcame her was the push that led to the devastating suicide during the harsh winter of 1963. The depression she faced earlier in time was further enhanced after the affair that her husband, Ted Hughes had with Assia Wevill, shattering the comforted and loving walls she shared with him during their six years of marriage.
As well as Blanche lies and her mental state slopes downhill, Blanche has another issue which is also a factor as to why she is the way she is. From the time Blanche was a young teenager, when she married her husband at the age of sixteen, to her current self, she has had many issues with men. The first issue is that she married young and found something out that pushed her to make her do things she later regretted. “...A widow of a homosexual husband…”(House22) Blanche found out that her first husband was a homosexual and it hurt her to the point that she drove him into a state of mind where he thought suicide would be the better option. Not only did Blanche have “...a disastrous marriage with a homosexual,...”(Dace), she also let her sexual urges get the best of her.
At the age of 5 years old Kate’s family suffered a tragic loss with her father Thomas passing away in a railroad accident. This loss influenced Kate Chopin’s life tremendously because now she was left in a house of widowed wives which lead to her mindset of thinking independently. Once Kate Chopin finished school she came across a man named Oscar Chopin in a social event in St. Louis who she later in life marries. Married with kids Kate Chopin later finds herself also becoming a widow wife. But shortly after his death Kate Chpin is aroused by a married man named Joseph Albert Sampite, they join each other’s company that leads to Albert having an affair with Kate Chopin “although the affair between Kate and Albert is unknown if they were being intimate during her marriage