“It might break my heart to send the child away¨(139) & “It might break Rachel’s heart as well. She has been sent away too often in her short life”(139). Lyddie would be heartbroken is she was to send Lyddie away. Little Rachel has been in many homes already, this a problem for Lyddie because Lyddie only has Rachel has the only family right now and if Rachel leaves Lyddie might lose all of her hope, give up, and be depressed. ¨They take off July”(140).
Molly, suffered serious trauma after Tilly was removed from her care and taken away, when Tilly returned, Molly could not remember her daughter, or didn’t want to. That part of her life affected her personality in a way to make her cold and distant until she starts remembering what happened, another great part that the audiences can use to connect with the characters. In “Jasper Jones” the traumatic experience was Jasper finding out that Mad Jack Lionel was his grandfather and that left him wondering and full of questions. Overall the producers of these texts have design all the characters in a way that everyone had a problem or a flaw.
Ever since I heard about concentration camps and hitler, I always thought it was one of the worst things that have ever happened in the world. Bruno’s grandmother was ashamed of her son for what he was doing, and if I was her, I would be ashamed too. I can relate to Bruno because he is clueless of what is going on behind the tall fence, and what his father’s job is. His parent’s aren’t really telling him anything. This is how I used to feel when I was younger because my parents would only tell my sister information because she’s 6 years older than me.
"The dismal shade must separate me from the world: even you, Elizabeth, can never come behind it" At this point, he is telling his fiance that no one would be able to see his face under the veil. He is too ashamed to even tell his own wife what he did. His fiance ends up leaving him and Hooper stays lonely and depressed until he dies. Mr. Hooper was also afraid of himself.
She might have done it to for her family 's sake, but because of her actions towards my family so many years ago. There is no longer a Queen Seraphine and the Rosen family has no one to inherit their home Baerth Bell. Now that the Queen and King are dead. I would have had to take the thrones as being the only heir to it, but I have a long-lost nephew that my brother kept a secret for the sake of his
And there it is; the thousand pinpricks of a slap on my face.” Here was a turning point in the book, where Antoinette slaps Marie for insisting that Emile is guilty. Antoinette had never hit Marie nor Charlotte before, so at this point in the book, it was very heartbreaking knowing that Antoinette is so blinded by Emile that she would turn against her own family in order to defend him. Marie tried her best to change Antoinette's mind but with no luck until she would discover his guilt on her own accord. When Antoinette does have the realization that Emile was guilty, she knew that she needed to reconcile her relationship with Marie and apologize.
Daisy was the love of his life and his love for her killed him. This made me feel sympathy for him because he did so much for her and she never truly appreciated all he did for her. I felt sympathy for him when she didn’t call him to tell me that she hadn’t left Tom “No telephone message arrived.”. She never called Gatsby, which meant that she made her choice, which was to stay with her husband and with this choice she ended up going away with her husband. She choice Tom and didn’t even give the curiosity of telling Gatsby that she had chosen Tom.
Wes Moore’s mother sacrificed everything she had to get him a good education and made sure that he wouldn 't get caught up in the drug game. The “other” Wes Moore’s mother told him not to use drugs but she was using them herself. They both grew up without a father but each for different reasons. Wes Moore 's father had died when wes was only 3 from a rare disease that essential made his body suffocate itself. “My father 's body suffocated itself.”
Ever since Abe left the peculiar children to fight in the war Emma is sensitive to when anyone mentions him. When Jacob first arrives he is almost killed by Emma, she denies him being who he is, Abe’s grandson, then she becomes furious and almost kills him, (131, Riggs). Emma shows that she gets very sensitive to the subject of Abe since she wants to immediately hurt Jacob just for saying that he is his grandson. Later the same subject of her being sensitive is shown when she uncontrollably cries when she finds out about Abe’s fate. Jacob is brought back to the home and tells Miss Peregrine of the news, what they do not know is that Emma is hiding and learns of the news also, once the news is broken she runs out crying (152, Riggs).
They believe obliterating such a memory from their lives is the best way to move on, therefore Julia was never told. Many years later she discovers this secret and dedicates her life to trying to find Sarah. She reveals; “I wanted to say sorry. I wanted to tell her I could not forget the roundup, the camp, Michael’s death, and the train that had taken her parents away forever. I wanted
Pelzer is an incredible, gut-wrenching, non-fiction story. This book shows that if you’re too scared to stand up to the person making your life miserable, the same horrific actions will continue to carry on until you are willing to take a stand or take action. He would find any way to get his brother in trouble just because he had the power to, and it gave him a sense of authority over his brother until his brother was taken by social services. He then started endured the pain of the same abuse his brother faced for the next seven years by his mother starting at the age of eight, and he was always too scared to stand up to his mom with the many friends he had, even with the many opportunities to turn her in. Richard states that, “I had been so desperate for Mom to love that little boy that I couldn’t let him go until I found a way for Mom to love me.
In this moment Nora’s eyes and mind finally become clear of any delusions she once possessed. Nora was dominated and controlled by her father before marriage and afterwards it was her husband dominating her. Torvald never treated her as an equal. She had existed for her husband and she had always expected that her husband would come to her aid when she was trouble. She had been waiting for miracles to happen.
But she didn’t tell Libby. Libby’s mind was disorder after the accident, and that causes Libby had an imagination of Kasey was still alive. At the end, when Libby’s mother and father tells the truth to her, Libby was completely crumbled. If Libby’s mother didn’t lie to her, and told her the truth, Libby would be very sad and shocked that time, but it would be way better than let her know at the end. Libby would have only feel sad in a short amount of time if she knew it at the beginning, she would feel less
Even though Logan was not a bad man, Janie did not love him, and ended up leaving him for her second husband, Jody. Now, Jody was a great man who had ambitions and treated everyone the way they should have been treated in the beginning, but that didn’t last very long. A few years into the marriage, Jody started beating Janie because of his own insecurities that were too much for him to control. The main two of these insecurities would be jealousy and his own aging body. These two things do not go very well when mixed with having a beautiful and young wife.