But one rainy day, Socks had a fight with a strong, tough cat. He hurt himself very much. So he went to the house really tired, and hurt. So Mrs. Brickers requested Mr. Brickers to let him in the back of the house . So Socks became cute and loved member of the family.
The man gives in to the police after being disturbed by his very own heart, which was thought to be the dead man’s. Similarly, The Black Cat is about a man who lived with his wife and many pets. Eventually, his hatred towards his favorite pet cat grew. He first cut its eye out, then hung it. One night a new cat comes along and the previous incident reoccurs, despite the man not wanting it to happen.
There is also an unreliable narrator in the story “The Black Cat” he inevitably killed his wife and injured his cat. While his wife was doing the righteous thing the narrator gets mad and kills his wife. The wife and cat did
The Devastated Marriage A man sees in the world by what he carries in his heart. In the book Ethan Frome, by Edith Wharton, Frome sees his marriage was disintegrating and has grown a passion for Mattie Silver. For example, in the story, Frome, a poor farmer from Starkfields, Massachusetts, has a disintegrating marriage because of his passion for Mattie Silver. The shattered marriage is a representation of the red pickle dish, that is broken in the house by the cat which takes the role of Zeena’s presence when she is not around. Wharton demonstrates the relationship between the cat and the red pickle dish to Zeena’s marriage and society.
So, it all ended in a dramatic twist. Back to the question, Andy did feel guilty throughout the story when he was sitting in English class when his class was going over about Macbeth. In the book “Tears of Tigers”, it states that “ But I think the only reason that he was so depressed was because he had been the cause of so much death that couldn’t find nothin’ else good about livin’. That’s a wonderful observation,
The story continues with an event that is unfortunately far more terrible and unexpected than the previous events. The narrator allows his increasing anger towards the second black cat to lead him to killing his wife. His temper and hatred that began with the second black cat eventually ended up impacted him and his wife. The narrator states, “I withdrew my arm from her grasp and buried the axe in her brain. She fell dead upon the spot, without a groan” (Poe 5).
For the reason that, in the story after the car accident the cat clung to Bailey’s neck and he became violent and flung the cat to the tree. I felt as if this was a way of taking his anger and agression towards his grandmother because the cat reminded him of her. After the accident, this was the moment where the grandmother was faced with veracity and temptation. The Misfit in the story is like an evil fallen angel, a man who knows the gospel and dosen’t accepts it. Soon after the story gives a creepy explanation of the Misfit’s arrival by saying, “It was a big black battered hearse-like automobile...the driver looked down with a steady expressionless gaze to where they were sitting, and didn't speak.” Visualizing that event reminds me of death and funeral.
The reasoning for most people thinking he’s insane is because for seven nights the caretaker, the narrator, stalks the homeowner, the old man,. “And every night around midnight, I turned the latch of his door and opened it - oh, so gently! And then when I had made an opening sufficient for my head, I put in a dark lantern… I thrust in my head… I moved it slowly- very, very slowly, so that I might not disturb the old man’s sleep. (poe, page 203)” The narrator’s action of watching the old man leep is evidence that he is stalking him. The definition of mad is not normal actions, with this evidentes we can prove the narrator is insane.
Instead of being sent to a detention centre, his father locked him up in his house and now he is mentally unstable from the years of isolation. The mockingbird also has a compelling importance due to the connections with Boo Radley and Tom Robinson. Harper Lee uses juxtaposition to highlight the contrast of a black man and a white man facing racism and discrimination. However in this novel, one mockingbird is shot and the other is pressured to kill. A Mockingbird is considered for someone who displays innocence, kindness and does not want any recognition of the good deeds they do for others.
In the story, Mrs. Hale often recalls Minnie Wright as being a joyful girl who loved to sing, much like the songbird. Then they found that the songbird had its neck wrung by who they presumed was John Wright. Mrs. Peters then recalls a similar act of cruelty done to her by a neighborhood boy killing her kitten, she states, “If they hadn’t held me back I would have hurt him.” (679) The cruel act symbolizes how he had treated Minnie throughout the years that they had been married. While the bird was trapped in a cage, it symbolizes how Minnie likely felt trapped in her marriage where the bird’s singing gave her hope and happiness. Therefore, when John killed the bird it killed what remaining hope and happiness Minnie had.
Also, Scout demonstrates compassion for Boo Radley who is an outcast of society because of rumors spread about him. Atticus expresses compassion in To Kill a Mockingbird by acknowledging that Mrs. Dubose cannot control her actions even though she is very mean to his children. After Atticus finds out what Jem has done to her camellias, he shows compassion towards Mrs Dubose by talking to Jem about how what he did “to an old lady was inexcusable” (128). Mrs. Dubose struggled to control her morphine addiction before she passed away, causing her to act mean and aggressive towards Atticus and his children. Atticus wants his children to understand that some people cannot control their actions even though the reason is not apanent.