Curley’s wife gave up on her American Dream because she was scared if she waited too long she wouldn’t get anywhere. “Well, I wasn’t gonna stay no place where I couldn’t get nowhere or make something of myself, an’ where they stole your letters. I ast her if she stole it, too, an’ she says no. So I married Curley,” (88). In order for her to find happiness, she tempts other men because she is lonely and unhappy with the life she has.
People in many similar circumstances may react similar or differently to the way they deal with the situation. The wife from A.M. Homes short story “Do Not Disturb” wants to have a baby, but cant because of her situation and her husband just wants her to live. Yerma from Lorca’s drama “Yerma” wants to have a child, but her husband does not want to have any. Both stories are based o the fact that the women want to have children, but their husbands seem to be against their faith and decisions. While the Wife wants to die because she feels empty, Yerma takes things too far and leads to the death of her husband.
The reasoning behind his MPD would be that fact that his mother and sister left him as a child. Winston has stated that he was a greedy brat of a child, which caused his mother and sister to leave him, but his current demeanor is totally different from that of his past self. He probably switched back and forth between his different personalities frightening his mother and causing her to leave without dealing with the matter, which all in all made Winston’s mental health issues worse and caused new ones to
For many times, Harriet scared and ashamed, so she does not want to share with anyone. Once, when he tried to rape her, luckily she could escape and pushes his father into the lake. Harriet though that she could get off of violence and sexual abused from his father. However, Martin witnessed her father’s death, so he threaten Harriet and force her have sex with him. “I was so happy that my father was dead and the violence
Betty was not happy with her life, so she was constantly asking her friends to kill her, but her friends always thought she was messing around. Then she asked Mack, and he had agreed to take her out of her misery. After she was killed, her parents had begun to wonder where Betty went. The police
Antigone disliked the fact that Polyneikes was not awarded a proper burial because it is her brother. During this time, the belief that Antigone had was that if one was not awarded a proper burial, they are never truly laid to rest. Since she went against Creon and buried her brother, she was executed. If she hadn’t
Bess’s father was appalled by her death. He opposed the relationship of the two, knowing that things wouldn’t turn out so well. Then again, she disobeyed and could not stand not being in love. “Bess was such a beautiful and kind daughter, if only I’d kept her away from the highwayman, this wouldn’t of happened”, wept Bess’s father. It is believed, that she committed suicide since she was found bowed over a musket.
After discovering the Creon’s news that Polynices would not be allowed to receive a proper burial, condemning him to a cursed afterlife as punishment for treason, Antigone and Ismene reacted very differently. Antigone believed that Polynices deserved a proper burial and was determined to bring honor to her family and her brother, regardless of the consequences. Ismene also believed in bringing honor to her family, but had very little opinion toward Polynices’s burial. Instead, Ismene argued with Antigone that suffering for their deceased brother would solve nothing. Ismene argued that everyone in their family except themselves and their uncle, Creon, had faced death and facing it themselves would solve nothing.
This feeling of being unwanted among the legitimate family could be seen through “unspoken words exit[ing] Khadija’s mouth” and the constant push to marry her off (Hosseini 45). While the dissatisfaction of her presence was expected among the wives, the unwillingness of Jalil to make Mariam feel like she belonged in his family ultimately made Mariam disregard any affection towards him, and the adored perception of her father would cease to exist in her mind. This new perspective of his parenting gave Mariam a reference to how a father shouldn’t behave towards his children, which guided her decision to kill her husband near the end of the novel. Her husband, Rasheed, neglected to acknowledge his daughter Aziza from the point of birth because she was a
Everyone thought Sula's birthmark is a sign of a death. When Sula was very ill no one in the community cared about her instead of Nel because Sula was her other half. People in Medallion were more scared of Sula then White people because after the death of Sula Peace, community in Medallion was bored and Wives stop protecting their husbands and Teapot’s mother started beating him up. On the national suicide day more people joined shadrack and people destroyed the tunnel because it belonged to the white people and then they died, The idea of working together and dying
If the parents take the child 's toy for punishment, the kid am react in a such of way where the child will cry or throw a tantrum and will not calm down until they are given back their item. They take comfort from the item and will always have it around somewheres near them. They use it as a safety item to keep them calm and happy. The child will carry around the toy everywheres they go until they either lose it or lose interest
After Lennie had messed up over and over, he knew he had done something wrong and had to leave. When Curley had attacked Lennie, he didn’t know his own strength and broke Curley’s hand. “His closed fist was lost in Lennie’s big hand.” (Steinback 63). After that Lennie had killed a puppy because he
In the end, I think they are all mentally affected by the panic of the whole situation and the terrifying thought of losing their mother before they were ready to say goodbye for good. Especially, for Darl and Vardaman since they are trying to still get their minds wrapped around their mother actually being dead. Anse did not even seemed to be too worried about the coffin being lost in the water. Him not being worried about it or jumping in to help seems to effect Vardaman. Anse just takes it upon himself to feel bad for himself because he thinks he has the worst luck and he wishes he could rewind to back before Addie died and she was just laying in
During the last novel of the trilogy katniss is required to be the symbol of hope for Panem but it comes with conditions she is hesitant to accept.She must be willing to be a pawn and take responsibility for countless lives.for every soul she kills katniss feels guilt and it haunts her.When visiting district 12 and seeing all the bodies that have died because of her she is scared to breathe but it is not because of the dust, it is not what she breathes in but who that threatens to choke her(9, catching fire). In addition katniss is very independant and does not like being used without consent like her friends had done, ‘at least in the hunger games she knew she was being played with(385 catching fire). Another trait katniss has is that she is very skeptical and does not trust easily. But to save panem she must put aside her distrust and anger and follow leaders whom she has never met before this is very hard for katniss but despite her personal cost she has to save her country, give herself up for Panem.It is clear that having different opinions on the same
All of the loneliness causes the monster to become unhappy, and because of this a lot of people die. People in the novel don´t understand that he has good intentions. At one point the monster was trying to save a young girl from drowning. ¨ ´She continued her course along the precipitous river, when suddenly her foot slipped, and she fell into the rapid stream.´ ¨ (101) Even though Victor had many citizens mistreat he did not let the girl drown. ¨ ´I followed speedily, I hardly knew way; but when the man saw me draw near, he aimed a gun, which he carried, at my body, and fired.´ ¨ (101) Ultimately he was punished for his good