(act 3) Abby is a killer. She killed a lot of people during the salem witch trials including John Procter. Finally Abby is a liar. Abby lies many times in the play. One of those times is when Abby tells her uncle, Parris, that she was just dancing when she really was practicing witchcraft.
During Abby’s exchange of letters, Abby’s personality slowly and gradually changed throughout the story. At first, the text states, “Sure, and then you suddenly start doing every single bit of your homework (with care), and then start in on some big extra-credit project” (Clements) (109). Since Abby heard that she was about to fail sixth grade, she immediately started to try to raise her grades.
Elizabeth lives with him, cooks for him, cleans for him, takes care of him and carries his baby for him, ect. Abby is just very obses sed with him and thinks he is very attractive and is always trying to get his attention. They are both going crazy for John, Elizabeth was willing to stay with him and get pregnant with their child after the affair, she also lied for him and she is very
When being summoned to Osaka for work, Ethan awkwardly decides to leave Abby flat and says that he never requested her presence on this excursion. Depressed and alone, Abby wanders down the street from her apartment and goes into a little ramen noodle shop. The shop’s sullen owner, Maezumi shouts at her in Japanese that the restaurant is closed but he realizes that Abby does not speak hislanguage. Noticing her emotional distress, he decides to serve her a steaming hot bowl of his famous ramen noodles
As the story “The Georges and the Jewels” A girl named Abby in the story always gives up and never wants to do things she can’t do. “But if, right when you let up on the reins, your horse put his head between his knees again and took off bucking, kicking higher and higher until he finally dropped you and went tearing off to the other end of the ring, well, you might lie there, as I did, with the wind knocked out of you and think about how nice it would be not to get back on, because that horse is just dedicated to bucking you off.” This quote explains that Abby gives up because she thought that the horse is just there for bucking her off and never got her things right. This is the quote that showed that Abby always gave up and never wanted to get back on the horse because the horse bucked her. This is the other quote that proves Abby changed. “We sold her for a nice piece of change within a month, and I wish I knew where she was.” This quote explains that Abby misses the horse because she and her dad sold her for a good price.
Abby screams as though Mary is trying to hurt her. She later says she is sending out spirits claiming she works with the devil. This can relate to a personal narrative because in both stories someone is pressured into doing something they know is wrong
The moms of the dancers believe the dance is offensive and tell Abby their daughters won't be doing the dance. In anger Abby refuses to help them create a new dance and tells them to create their own. They create a new dance last minute with the help of their assistant dance teacher Gianna. They win first place, make sure people know they created their own dance and prove to Abby they were right to change the
After his accident he had the maturity level and attention span of a toddler. He would get extremely upset over the simplest things. He would fall into fits of rage that would last for hours. Within the family, I had a unique way of tending to him that would help ease his fears and anxiety. I’ll never forget coming home from school to find Randy hunched over and frustrated, struggling to complete his make-up work, my exhausted mom at his side.
Unlike Gillian, Abby's actions based upon jealousy resulted in the death of many innocent people in her town. When Abby came to find that she was responsible for John getting thrown in Jail, she decided she had no more purpose in Salem and decided to run away run away. This leaves the audience upset with Abby and heartbroken for John knowing that he’s going to die because of her. In the end both endings had a major impact on the audience and reader, but with Jodi Picoult’s ending