There is a lot of connections for The Crucible to the 21st century. In the 1690’s it was when the salem witch trials started up. They was blaming people for being witches and people would get hanged for it. Some even took advantage of it, they would lie if they didn 't get what they wanted from the person so they would say that person is switch and they would be hung. If someone wanted land and they couldn 't get it, they would say that they are a witch and the person would get hung. A lot of people died because of getting blamed on about being a witch. But in “The Crucible” the character Abigail would blame anyone that got in the way of her and John Proctor, she was obsessed with him.
Rosaleen works as a maid and a friend to May, and Lily works at the bee farm with a young man named Zack (who she quickly develops a crush on). After a sudden suicide by May, August and Lily become very close and after quite some time the secret wonder of her mother bubbles up and she can not hold the secret no longer and she must ask. But the answer she get is not what she was hoping for. After all the hope that her mother was alive was lost. All though the one fact she was holding onto her whole life was lost she discovered a new family with August and June making a better life than she could have ever expected making her journey complete and fulfilled.
When Savon and Hakeem get in the house Savon whines about Hakeem taking his room and leaves. So the rest of the family have dinner and the parents have a conversation about how they wish Savon was more like Hakeem. Hakeem doesn’t like that they think of him as an angel so he gets mad and goes upstairs to get his journal then he grabs his guitar and goes to the back porch. Hakeem plays his guitar to relieve stress so he starts playing and that is when he meets Anika. She says how good he sounded and then her grandma calls her back. So Hakeem goes back inside and goes to bed. In the night Hakeem is woke and it was Savon and he was climbing in the window. Hakeem was wondering what Savon was doing all night. So a couple of nights later Hakeem follows Savon to his secret destination that Hakeem is curious about, Hakeem thinks he is a robber. When they get
When in a relationship it is well known that keeping thoughts and secrets away from your significant other can lead to complications in the relationship. Bluffing, an extraordinary dramatic romance short story by Gail Helgason, does a magnificent job of depicting this. This short story revolves around a young couple, Liam and Gabriella, it takes place in Jasper, Alberta, Canada at the Maligne Range. The story begins with Liam in the hospital, he is being treated for injury caused by a bear attack. What follows is a flashback with terrific narration about the three weeks leading up to this horrific incident, the incident starts when Gabriella and Liam go hiking, recommended by Gabriella, she wants to tell Liam that she has leased a house for
After Myrtle answers Catherine questions and why she married George Wilson which indicates that Myrtle doesn 't think he is fit enough to be her husband. She was basically using him for the things she thought he had. And now she 's saying that he isn 't even worthy enough to lick her shoes. This is basically saying that he is worthless. During this time people consume more alcohol than nowadays and alcohol is a great want and need for the lives of most people to get away from stressful times, to have fun or to make a living. Then Myrtle tells Nick how the affair between her and Tom began. They were riding the train together and happen to sit on the only seats available which happen to face each other. She decides how Tom was dress and that
Hannah experiences a transition from ignorance to knowledge. To begin with, after Hannah moves in with Tante Rose, she becomes consumed by her passion for piano. To her “there [is] nothing else in the world”
It was a normal sunny day.Samantha was abandoned by the parents at age 15. Samantha woke up knowing that she was not alone in her house. She felt this type of presence with her in her room. She gets a phone call from her friends she had met the day before. Her friend Juliet tells her if she wants to go to the movies with her Vanessa and Melissa. Juliet says, “I will pick you up at 8:00. Don’t bring anyone else with you”. Later that evening, Samantha gets picked up. While her friend Juliet is driving, Samantha sees a man on the side of the road. The man is there once they get to the movies.Other people had seen the suspicious looking man. The movie supervisor tells everyone to evacuate. Juliet insists to stay. The movie finished a couple hours later.
In "The Painteed Door, the biggest internal and external conflict in Ann is by the storm. The storm is biggest element drove internal and external conflict of Ann's character. For example Ann felt uneasy, lonely, made desire to seek comfort and warm, This all leads to have an affair with Steven. who seduce Ann, knowing that she would get manipulated easy and kept reassuring her that John won't come back tonight. The another conflict is John's lack of communication, timing he spent with his wife to have fun and lack of passion that Ann wants. Ann wasn't satisfy by her husband, she state how John never have fun, instead he let Steven dance with her. Ann face various stages of her conflict of outside and inside from environment she live in, which it leads character's downfall.
Pat was at a psychiatric hospital for his severe bipolar disorder. His mom arrived at the hospital to discharge him after the court served him 8 months to get the necessary treatment he needs due to his brutal behavior. It all started when he got home from work and he heard his wedding video playing. He traced the sound where it was leading to the bathroom and then suddenly caught her with another man. Pat got so frustrated that he was losing his mind and brutally assaulted his wife’s lover after his wife’s lover said, “Get out!” After that incident he could not control himself or his behavior. All he could think of is his wife Nancy, because he was still in love with her even though she cheated on him.
In Running with Scissors: a memoir, Augusten Burroughs writes about his life from age 9 to 17 years old. In the beginning of the book Augusten describes the admiration of his mother, glorifying her to an unsettling extent. He explains that his enjoyment of opera music and formal wear can be credited to his mother. He expands on his enjoyment by including his fascination of shiny things by polishing. He gives insight of his parents, his mother being a poet who is adamant that she will someday be famous because of her poems and his father, a severe alcoholic.
Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? was published in 1966. Joyce Carol Oates is not a novelist, her area of expertise are short stories. Some other work of hers would be “By the North Gate” and “The Wheel of Love”. Oates is known for incorporating many symbols and themes throughout her stories such as religion, romance and identity. In Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? Connie is faced with multiple obstacles, some that will determine her fate forever. There are predators throughout this gothic story, that test Connie’s morals. Within this story the audience will be exposed to a variety of relationships. Oates depicts the characters of the story as vain, evil, and jealous. The symbolism of religion is extremely significant throughout
After the court grants Carmen unsupervised visits with Leila, Leila returns home with bruises on her arms and has a very strong odor on her clothes. In Forever Beach by Shelley Noble, Carmen had her parental rights terminated after repetitive drug abuse charges. She claims to feel compunction for her actions but once she gets periodic time with Leila, it all goes back to the same actions with drugs. It was getting so bad that Leila would be coming home with bruises on her arms because Carmen did not care about Leila, she cared about drugs. The title is fitting for the story for 3 important reasons, throughout the book Sarah calls Leila her forever girl, the beach is where all the families gather to have a good time, and it is where Leila felt
Silver Linings Playbook is a comedic drama that follows the journey of two characters who face internal and external conflicts. Bradley Cooper plays the protagonist, Pat Solitano Jr., who wants to restore his relationship with his wife, but struggles to share his parent’s passion for football. Jennifer Lawrence, who plays as Tiffany, is a well-known widow within her neighborhood who fell into drugs after the death of her husband. In a way, Pat and Tiffany are similar – they both struggle to find a path that will repair their shattered lives. Directed by David O. Russell, Silver Linings Playbook, was published by The Weinstein Company in 2012. Silver Linings Playbook reveals how two broken hearts can find “love” through their dysfunctional and
A vacation is the best when you are with your best friend and family. Myrtle Beach has all kinds of things you can do from cool activities to boardwalks and finally being in the ocean. A vacation has a lot of fun things to do and to see when your there sowe did a lot of stuff.
The story stars the husband, Nick, who has been suspected and told to be involved to the unexpected disappearance of his wife, Amy, who has said