After we got the news we sat around silently. One of our neighbors came to our house. She put us children together in our front room and made us start to cry at the loss of our father. My fathers body was brought into the house. I was being led to the room where the body lay but then I was stopped from entering the room and seeing my father.
Life, Sadness, and Recovery In the year of nineteen forty-nine, I experienced the saddest time of my life. I did not even know it at the time but my father had a stroke in May. He had been taken to the hospital. We later found out, that he had passed away. I could not believe it.
He will be the one who narrates the majority of the novel. Born to a rich family, Victor appreciated an extremely pleasant, peaceful childhood. His parents were nice and they were looked at as great ideals (as shining examples of the goodness of the human spirit) as stated in chapter 1 on page 4. Alphonse victor’s father, a man who loved his wife Caroline, when his dear friend passed away Caroline’s dad. Alphonse adopted the growing orphan under his care, and as time went by they both started fall in love.
Does there appear to be negligence in this case? Yes in this case there appears to be negligence, David was told after being seen by the doctor that he could not be admitted because he was a veteran and had to go to a VA hospital for treatment which was 90 minutes away. David was sitting at the hall way for five hours and he complained that he needed to lie down. Afterwards David was taken to a nursing home because the VA hospital couldn’t been reached and later David had a stroke after being admitted to the nursing home. David pass away weeks later.
She made David slept alone in the garage and called him ‘it’. Every day she kicks him, hit him, and made him starve anytime- she thought this as a game. David’s father knew about it, but he was helpless because if he meddles in so as to protect David, David’s mother would become ‘wilder’ with her actions. David’s perspective of his mother changed from being lovely to a ‘cruel monster’. She ordered David, a child aged four, to do all the house chores from washing up to the cleaning of bathrooms.
Noah and Jude hardly talked and their Father was always going out for walks, "clearing his head." The Mother's death was sudden and unexpected, as she was killed in a car accident, which was another big factor that caused the twins to lose touch, as neither of them were expecting it in any way. I know that if I experienced something so sudden and life changing like that, it would affect me dramatically, maybe even causing me to shut people out, like Jude and Noah did to most people. The guilt that ensued after the Mum's death also majorly affected the twins. Each thought that they had caused their Mums death in different ways, whether it was something they said or something they did the last time they saw her.
Like Hamlet, I began to notice the betrayal and corruption in the world around me and in my family. In Hamlet, the main character constantly felt like he was being targeted. Hamlets pain from the death of his father and the betrayal of his uncle and mother hurt him so deeply that he could no longer function like he did once before. Hamlet was told by his father to get revenge for his death, and Hamlet went mad in the process from the constant plotting and corruption. Although I did not have to seek vengeance for anyone 's death, the moment I saw my mother crying on the kitchen floor, I chose a side and it was hers.
Not only will my house be crowded and loud, it has tension. There is always yelling and discomfort. It’s hard having a sister who loved too hard and in the wrong way be a part of my life, being forced to act like nothing wrong had ever happened. Growing up I was deprived of food and my child hood was stolen. My father beat me with anything and everything he could find.
Through a veil of tears, I saw my sons taking care of me, of guests, of the home, giving their father’s clothes, and plants away to charity. I saw them emptying our home of all evidence of their father yet, I could not react. I was so immersed in my grief. They force-fed me, took me out of the home, but nothing, no one could comfort me.
“ It was awkward when I met Fiona. She was very calm, and she actually acknowledged me as the first wife. She was respectful. ” Esther and Fiona did not live far from each other. After a while, James who is a businessman, decided to bring his family closer together, and he did that by constructing a house, for his two families.