Stella thought Mauricio was off to see his love, so she circulated the room to rejoin Dr. Edwards and Sol. She searched for him amongst the tables to see what happened next, awkwardly she found him sitting next to another woman. Fearing this night would go to hell she vociferated in annoyance, “What is happening with this picture? He was jealous and protective of her as she entered the room and now he is sitting next to that lady.” Suddenly she panicked worse remembering, “Oh, My!
DJ feels sick, so she declines and hangs up the phone. Later that night, Taylor breaks some bad news to DJ that Conner and Haley went to the game together, left together, and Taylor saw them kissing in the parking lot. Heartbroken, DJ breaks up with Conner the next day and quickly becomes very depressed. Luckily, her relief comes in the form of being nominated as a write in for Homecoming Queen. Needing an escort, she turns to the only nice boy she knows: Caleb the lifeguard, who graciously accepts.
When there is any mention of Shep Huntleigh, it is always following a conversation or situation in which Blanche feels lonely or realizes the unattainable standards that she set for her potential husband. In Scene 3, Stanley beats Stella because she yelled at him for drunkenly throwing the radio out of the window, in a fit of rage initiated by Blanche. Blanche confronts Stella at the beginning of Scene 4 about Stanley’s drinking problem, his financial instability, and his primitive behavior. Stanley’s imperfection, and the relationship that Blanche observes between he and Stella, lead Blanche to consider the love that she desires. Similarly, after Mitch ends his relationship with Blanche, Blanche tells Stella that she received and invitation from Shep to attend a cruise with him.
Speak is a book written about the internal and external conflicts that protagonist, Melinda faces after being raped by Andy Evans (“IT”) and hated by her peers for ruining an end-of-summer party. This has traumatized Melinda and she is too afraid to speak up. Anderson enhances the big theme of sadness and depression through similes, metaphors,
Penny is another black character who is shown at an impound lot. She is the clerk and tells Jesse and Chester that she can’t give them their car. Then she goes in the back to talk to her supervisor while Jesse and Chester try and reach under the partition to get the information. Penny comes back to find Chester’s arm stuck and states, “My boss says I can give you the information, but I have to take a pinky.” Meanwhile she pulls out a switchblade and starts laughing maniacally.
(5). Sedaris is clearly going haywire, because he can’t fully enjoy himself due to this “rude alcoholic”. In the end, a situational irony occurs because he could hear laughter which reminded him of his experiences. The father responded with abuse when he hears group laughter. Sedaris and his siblings were laughing because of the grandmother’s farts, but had no control once she farted again.
Curly bursts into the bunkhouse looking for his wife, he notices Slim isn’t there and immediately jumps to the conclusion that Slim is with his wife. George, who was silently minding his own business finally asks what everyone else was thinking; “‘Thinks Slim’s with his wife don’t he?’” (Steinbeck 54). Curley is so overly protective of his wife that the only person she can talk to is Curley. Curley’s wife tries to talk to everyone but they all turn her away because they are worried that Curly will hurt them.
In Scene 10, she deviously claims that she has just received a telegram from the millionaire, Steph Huntleigh, to explain why she is dressed up. At first, Stanley plays along, but once Blanche musters up the audacity to say that Mitch returned to their apartment seeking repentance, Stanley draws the line. He calls her out for her fictitious tales of her past, and states, “We’ve had this date from the start,” just before he maliciously rapes Blanche. Their natures root in primal, animalistic instincts, Stanley like a dirty hog, open and free concerning his sexuality, Blanche like a fox, sly and deceitful. Despite her incessant attempts to destroy her past, Blanche is unable to stop their sexual connection as she has had so many other men.
Consequentially, Tom wants to hush Myrtle immediately and breaks her nose as a result showing Tom is infuriated and will cause a scene at a party just from Myrtle’s brief actions. Jay Gatsby expresses epizeuxis by repeating “of course” when asked if lemon cakes will satisfy him and Daisy’s first meeting in five years. As illustrated, Gatsby is extremely anxious; nervous people tend to repeat themselves quickly as Gatsby does “hollowly” in the text. Gatsby is trying to tell himself that the meeting will be fine but internally his heart is beating a mile a minute. Nick notes how when he asked Gastby if the grass was alright, Gatsby inquired blankly about which grass and then answered vaguely because he did not even look at the scenery.
In the book, Kate came to the Weinmanns house and started annoying Molly so Jenny would lose her job. Because of the distraction, Molly started crying. Jenny was so pissed of by Kate’s actions, she told this to Kate “I think I need some quiet time” (Cabot 36). Also Jenny got so upset and bothered because Kate is calling her names and making fun of her in front of a cute boy. Kate has gone way too far so Jenny stands up for herself by saying,.
Mrs. Dubose is a cranky old lady that yells at Scout and Jem when they walk past. Jem is told to be a gentleman but loses his cool when she calls their father trash. Jem 's punishment was to go read to her. While they were reading to her if she threw a fit or started yelling they couldn 't say anything. Then Atticus then tells him that she was an addict and reading was part of her therapy.
Men are always expecting women to be in the kitchen and men acting all manly. Putting a women down is not good because if once a women is risen from that putting down you’ve been doing you won’t be getting up after. Mona Hayes was later on released from jail in 1939. Mona Hayes ran into her ex Sharpe multiple times in public which always ended up in a sexual harassment. Some of the by standers had informed the police about it and she had been seen running away from all this violence.
The Merciless Cruelty of Stanley and Blanche Everyone will hurt someone in their lifetime, it is inevitable. Cruelty can be showed in many different ways. Whether intentional or not, everyone causes pain to others. In A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams, Williams shows the different types of cruelty. Stanley Kowalski is the most cruel character.
“Love is something far more than desire for sexual intercourse; it is the principal means of escape from the loneliness which afflicts most men and women throughout the greater part of their lives”(Bertrand Russell). One of the most basic human needs is the need to be loved by someone and to love someone in return. In the play, A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams uses a consistent theme of loneliness and peoples desperate need for human companionship in order to be happy as a driving force in the main characters lives. This theme develops gravely throughout the play for each of the main characters. Even though unchecked desire can and does lead to unhappiness, the desire to avoid loneliness drives the main characters into relationships