DATE: June.15.1922 TIME: EST.10:35 P.M. LOCATION: workshop, VALLEY OF ASHES There was an accident that transpired during a Saturday night at 10:35pm stationed close to George Wilson`s work shop where its currently believed that a female named Myrtle Wilson, the wife of George Wilson, has allegedly been killed by a mysterious car as she ran towards the streets for an odd reason struggling to utter something. An eyewitness and an acquaintance to George Wilson, working in a coffee shop close by, said to have seen a bright gold car driving carelessly and above the normal speed limit as they made an effort to avoid driving over her but unfortunately failed to do so and thus fled the scene. Later that night, George Wilson was constantly
His downfall is accelerated by how Daisy gets together with him but then refuses to let go of Tom, eventually going back to Tom, and leaving Gatsby distraught and heartbroken. This puts big cracks in his facade, and the entire interaction leads to the most important event in his life. His true downfall is sealed when Daisy murders Myrtle. With them being in his car it is assumed by others that he was the one to hit her. This, along with Tom’s jealousy, leads Tom to tell Wilson that it was Gatsby who hit her this causes Wilson to finally end Gatsby's life while he is floating in his pool thinking
Nick uses the phrase “foul dust” which shows up many times throughout the book. Dust is a symbol of unachievable dreams and as much as Gatsby dreamed to get daisy back, his dream was unachievable. Later in the book Nick goes with Tom to visit his mistress (Myrtle) and he describes the town and the people as full of dust. At the end of the book when myrtle dies; nick states, “Myrtle Wilson, her life violently extinguished, knelt in the road and mingled her thick dark blood with the dust” (55). Myrtle tried to get away from her past of being poor but even when she died the dust representing her unachieved goals still followed her.
He was wrestled away by the police after fighting back. Meanwhile, Franz Ferdinand and Sophie lay critically injured in their limousine as it rushed to seek help. They both died within the hour. The assassination of Franz-Ferdinand and Sophie caused a rapid chain of events, one of which Austria-Hungary, along with many others around the world, blamed the Serbian government for the attack. They hoped to use the incident as the justification of Slav nationalism (unify
He arranges for Carrie and her date to be nominated the queen and king of the ball, however when they are crowned several buckets full of blood are dumped on the Carrie and her date. This infuriates Carrie and causes her to release her fury using her telekinetic powers. When Carrie calms down, she sees that she has demolished the entire town. The damage is so severe that the small town appears to have been through a nuclear attack from a foreign enemy. Startlingly, there is one survivor of the carnage.
Throughout the tour, I notice that a few people feel uncomfortable. Especially when they passed through a wall full of gore photos. There were photographs in one hallway of a woman who had killed and castrated her husband with her boyfriend 's help. To tell the truth, these photos clearly disturb; Even more with the warning that accompanied the pictures saying "watch out for such girlfriends." Clearly, the entire atmosphere of the gallery easily gives one the sense that death is near.
Daisy is considered one of the most despicable characters for her murdering Myrtle. When Gatsby talks to Nick about what had happened,”’Well, I tried to swing the wheel-’ He broke off, and suddenly I guessed the truth.’ Was daisy driving?’’Yes,’”(143).Nick the main character of the story finds out that daisy was driving. Daisy was driving too fast which caused her to kill myrtle. Gatsby being the gentleman that he is took the blame for the accident and
The most perfervid relationship between King and Carrie White is the occurrence of evil coming from within oneself. As a victim of harassment, Carrie has built up resentment against the town of Chamberlain. Carrie White has experienced physical and verbal persecution her entire life. As a final act, Chris Hargensen and her boyfriend, Billy Nolan, slaughtered a local pig and collected the blood in a bucket. Later on, Billy snuck in and set up the perfect contraption to ruin Carrie’s dream prom night.
He blames himself and others at the school for her death and struggles to grasp the reality that such an important person in his life disappeared so abruptly. Embarking on something of a detective mission, Miles and a few of his friends wrestle with Alaska’s death. The night she was in the car crash, she was drunk and in a mysterious rush. She collided directly with a police car. The concept that Alaska may have taken her own life impacted Miles very strongly.
Blood!." the audience immediately feel sympathetic for Norman because of his mothers doings. After Norman finds Marion 's dead body on the ground, he hurls himself out of the bathroom and slams against the wall, causing one of the small framed bird images to fall to the ground, the bird on the picture was a songbird, this symbolism the death of an innocent. This is also a hint at Norman 's duplicitous nature. Immediately after Marion 's sudden death, the camera now follows Norman 's point of view, focusing on every detail of the clean up.
In this quote Burbano, a victim and survivor of the Pulse shooting, shows how quickly the hysteria took over. “In the confusion of the dark, packed club, people dropped to the ground and hid in bathrooms. Many started to run for the exits, grabbing friends and strangers along the way. “I don’t remember screaming. I don’t even remember breathing,” Burbano told ABC News “I just remember dragging my best friend down”” (Zambelich).
By 8pm my mother was drunk and my father was good and angry and they would be screaming at each other. By 9pm they were holding knives at each other and there I was in the middle crying and pleading with them to stop. By 10pm my mother would fall down unconscious from drinking and I would push on her stomach to make her breath "I have no idea why I
The comparison is most easily seen with Myrtle’s dead body. “A moment later she rushed out into the dusk, waving her hands and shouting-before he could move from his door the business was over (…) They saw her left breast was swinging loose, like a flap” (137). Myrtle’s dead body shows the death of the polite and chivalrous woman, and the imagery of her lifeless breast is the decayed version of the new breast of America when it was first discovered. The decay during the time period of the 1920’s is also depicted in Dan Cody, the combination between Buffalo Bill Cody and Daniel Boone in his name shows the contrast between a man who helped explore the new land, and a mock character celebrated in the 1920’s. Dan Cody illustrates the American Dream in the form of these two contrasting characters, his death illustrates the death of the American
I explained to THOMPSON why he was being stopped which was in reference to a hit and run he was involved in on October 14. THOMPSON stated he does recall that day striking the van on Highland St. but it was only his mirrior that struck the van. I advised THOMPSON I am not the investigating officer of the incident. I advised THOMPSON that BOWMAN the investigating officer will be contacting him in reference to the incident. THOMPSON provided me with his mobile number which was added to infomant under THOMPSON 'S
“ After that, Lee went back to his force. By the time he came back, he noticed that there were enemy cars leaving from the team base and all of the tents were on fire or destroyed. He quickly rushed and saw that all of his teammates were dead and the general was missing. He cried and his eyes turned on fire and the ash was pouring out of his eyes. He got furious and started chasing the cars .