Emily kept her house the same way it had always been and was letting it decay while she stayed in it. She refused to clean or change the house at all to preserve it in the Old South. She did not want to accept the death of other people. When Emily’s father died, she refused the town from taking his body and burying it. She wanted to keep her father’s body with her and the town was “about to use law and force, but she broke down, and they buried her father quickly” (453).
Could she have gone out to play?¨ ¨I assume that could have happened please wait while I check.¨ As Lucille 's mom set down the phone and headed for the door Lucille crept through the back door. She walked to the phone and hung it back up on the wall causing it to disconnect. Lucille then walked to the front door and locked it. Lucille 's mom started walking around the house the made a full circle twice making sure to look behind bushes and in trees but when Lucille was nowhere in sight her mother hurried back to the front door only to discover it was locked.
The cable car operator finishes his shift and drops Mrs.Sommers off at the last stop of the day. Mrs.Sommers checks to see if she left her belongings in the cable car before she departs. There was a clear, white moon on the cold rainy day. She started to walk to her house focusing in her head about what her children were going to say when she walked in. Mrs.Sommers said to herself, “What will they say when I have no gifts for them”?
This leads to another great difference in the book they are taken away in box cars with no windows of spaces to look out of. In the movie they are riding in wagon like vehicles with a tarp over head. When they arrive at camp in the movie there are no words written on the entry fence, in the book there is a quote written largely as you drive in. Hannah loses her memory of the future after having her hair chopped off, but in the movie she still remembers stuff and mentions things every once in
Every time she rides a bus or a car, she always remembers in which her mother died in a bus accident. This is why, when she passes the trees, she asks to the tree not to involve in any kind of accident. She definitely does not want to experience the same accident as her mother
I was only five years old when my mother left me home alone for the longest ten minutes of my life to drop my brothers off to school. It was a blizzard outside and I was sleeping cozily tucked away in my bed when I suddenly awoke out of nowhere and started searching for my mother in the house stumbling over the few silly bands I owned; I was a bit of a Scrooge when it came to spending money. My mother was nowhere to be found, so I started to stall my worries by watching
'' Suddenly it was deathly quiet .we had all frozen nobody in my family had ever hit m . nobody '' This is the most vital part of the novel . In the above passage pony boy is mentioning the Darry's violence towards him .this violence push him to go out into the night and is what makes him decide to go to the park at two in the morning . so this is the violence is mention or highlighted in book .
Before she overheard what her stepmother had to say, she ran as fast as she could back to the fireplace. She figured that she should get some sleep and devised a plan to go hunting for squirrels the next day. Gretel became exhausted from fatigue, so she fell asleep. She woke up with a sudden jolt as snowflakes tickled her face.
With my brothers it was different because they snuck out of the house and my mom would wake up in the morning and see them missing and then she would lock all the doors, so they couldn’t come back inside of the house. What my mom did was really drastic, but she did it for a good reason he never asked permission. The only friends I really have is 2 good friends and I barley talk to them because there’s nothing to talk about once high school is over I still have to worry about
Connie decided to reach for the phone to call the police but that was not a good decision. He forced her to hang up the phone and come out to the car. Once, Connie got into the car they left and he took her to a place she did not recognize with lots of land. Oates portrays the young teenager, Connie as someone who
During the way there, Wilona is calculating everything from when they eat too every time they stop for a restroom break. he writes it all down in a notebook and titles it “The Watsons Go To Birmingham-1963” Also on the way there, they listen to records and dad turns on the Ultra Glide. Once they finally arrive in Birmingham, Alabama, they start saying how hot it is because they are not use to the hot, they 're more familiar with the cold weather. And also Byron shocks everyone when they arrive, he 's super nice to everyone and does
The first thing I could think of was, that was my front tooth, oh my gosh chipped my front tooth. As soon as it happened Heidi’s mom came out of the house and ran across the street to me to see what had happened. She saw my tooth and pulled me into the house and called my mom. We lived a ways away so I was confused how she got there so fast, but we had a family dinner to get to so we said our goodbyes, my mom made, it seems like nothing had happened, and so did everyone else, maybe they wanted to save me from the embarrassment but it did not work.
In the middle of flipping four times I think to myself “please God don’t let this be my time” and “where is my mom”. The car stops flipping and lands right-side up but my door would not open, so I crawl to the passenger door to get out and start to search for my phone. The only way I found my phone was because it had music playing since the radio in the car did not work. I call my mom right away and attempt to tell her what had happened but I could not speak. The woman from the car that was coming head on at me took my phone and explained what she
She turned left and then the voice now had a face. He had fair skin and dark hair. He told her to pull into a parking lot and park. She did as he asked and then he opened the back door. At this point she was panicking and could not think straight.
At this time Present Danger is not being identified. The household consists of the Gregory Ball (father), Mckay Ball (CV-17), and Amy Ball (mother). A report was received on 07/07/2017 concerning physical injury to Mckay. The report indicated that Gregory was taking McKay to the behavioral center as she has been running away. It was said that McKay realized that she was not taken to a friend house and asked Gregory to pull to the side of the road and ran out of the car.