Mrs. Schachter is freaking out because she literally experiences Hell on Earth.“‘Jews, listen to me,’ she cried. ‘I see a fire! I see flames, huge flames! (25) Although she knows she is experiencing Hell on Earth, people think she is hallucinating and faking it because nobody would ever expect
“The weeks between had been hard on Mr. Helm.” The author uses this type of grammar because of the incident that happened with the Clutters.” “We may never have another chance.” “Chance?” He uses this punctuation because Perry didn’t explain himself specifically. In conclusion, the author uses many type of sentences and punctuations to make the story more interesting. The theme of the story is that it was a suspenseful one. It is important to the readers because it informs and entertains them with an impending threatening story. It is also important because it gives so much detail about what happened in the sequence of the main
Jem also describes him as a horrific scary monster, but these are only based on facts that Stephanie Crawford has told them and the town. Jem and Scout are curious with these tales as they try to get Boo out of house, so they can see how he looks like.
She fell down to her feet and with her dying breath stated, “LORD, condemn them to spend eternity in the depths of tartarus.” Then her body went silent. Lady Macbeth laughed and said, “foolish girl” Macbeth with a look of worry on his face stated “what shall we do with her body?” Lady Macbeth stated, “No worries dear we can put her into a trunk and chuck her into the water, the rocks will take care of the rest.” So for the next half hour they cleaned up the mess in order to make it look like a suicide. Finally Lady Macbeth turned to Macbeth and said, “Macbeth we are going to be late we must leave for there is nothing more to attend to” so Lady Macbeth and Macbeth locked their arms together and walked out of the door on their way to Banquo’s funeral. The door slammed behind them as they put on their faces of
She has now realized that John has been pretending to love her, which makes her not trust him anymore and causes her to turn herself into someone bad. She grows very fond and protective of the wallpaper and starts getting it on her clothes. She states, “But I am here, and no person touches this paper but me, not alive(Gilman 655).” In this statement, she is saying that only dead people can truly understand the wallpaper and all its beauty. By saying this, she is telling us that she has died and become the woman in the wallpaper. Once she tells herself that she has come out of the wallpaper, she starts to see that other women have come out of
This is a moment where the living become the dead, because they start living a life of silence. Like ghost these silenced stories are forced to wander through their minds but never be confronted. The author also experiences this state of living dead, and this is only brought to her attention when her brother says, "You died too you just don't know it"(17). It is only when the ghost brings attention to this lack of consciousness that the narrator is forced to face her silence. She realizes that her silence has been slowly killing her saying, "I wept…for all the words never spoken between my mother, my father, and me"(17).
Then she snapped her fingers again. She transformed into a monster with spine-chilling bloody red eyes and teeth like a ferocious beast. The creature said, “He’s forever mine. Go and enjoy the rest of your pitiful life.” After expressing those horrible words, the creature vanished into thin air just like his son. Martha sprinted over to John yelling “Where is Timmy?” “Timmy is gone.
Eventually, the American prisoners were taken to Dresden where they were forced to stay in buildings that had previously been used as slaughterhouses. It was meant to be a punishment, however, this punishment ultimately became beneficial because when the bombing of Dresden began, the meat lockers in the slaughterhouses offered the people shelter. The only people in Slaughterhouse Five, the slaughterhouse Billy Pilgrim was staying in, were “the Americans and four of their guards and a few dressed carcasses... and nobody else. The rest of the guards had, before the raid began, gone to the comforts of their own homes in Dresden. They were all being killed with their families” (Vonnegut 79).
Eliezer 's hellish experience is foreshadowed by Madame Shachter 's insane screaming on the train to Auschwitz. The trench of burning babies frightens Wiesel for life. The sight of the furnaces haunts Wiesel and his fellow prisoners all through. The symbol of fire in Night, however, is very ironic. No longer was fire used as a tool of the virtuous to punish the wicked.
Jack was falling head first towards the pavement with the only protection coming from his outstretched arms. Time and motion seemed to slow down, but the outcome was inevitable. Jack screamed in complete fear, knowing what was to come once he hit the ground. The ground devoured his arms as they collided. His arms were destroyed as blood filled the space around him.
This makes the dragon seethe with rage, and it begins to become more aggressive towards Beowulf. In Beowulf’s shame of an unsuccessful strike against the dragon, he decides he has no other choice than to retreat. As he turns to run, the dragon takes one more deep breath and blasts Beowulf with a fire so huge, he was thrown against the barrow wall. The smell of burning
The majority of the story takes place in a room which only induces pain deep within herself evoking negative mental thoughts. During her time in the room she felt the room “at night in any kind of light, in twilight, candlelight, lamplight, and worst of all by moonlight, it becomes bars!” (Gilman 304). The narrator of the yellow wallpaper descends into madness to escape the cruel dominance of her society. As the story progresses the yellow wallpaper becomes a constant companion. She first dislikes the color and despises the pattern, but after closely studying the pattern “a strange, provoking, formless sort of figure that seems to skulk about behind that silly and conspicuous front design” and after obsessing over the painting she finds bars hidden.
Huck quickly realizes he has no place in society, when Tom and him decide to start a gang. However, in order to become a member, one must consent to the murdering of their families if one breaks the rules. When one of the boys call out, “Here’s Huck Finn, he hain’t got no family, what you going to do ‘bout him?” Huck starts to realize that he has never had caring and loving parents that he would have to feel obligated not to kill (Twain 6). His father, who is known as the town’s drunk, has physically and mentally abused Huck all his life, which has given him no sense of direction. Huck describes the abusive and cruel relationship he has with Pap when he says, “He used to always whale me when he was sober and could get his hands on me; though I used to take to the woods most of the time when he was around”(Twain 9).
“My life’s work gone!” Dr. Crenshaw shouted from afar clutching his face, scurrying in. “Damn you Maricel!” He shouted as fire stood between us. Screams of some of the members who chose to stay were muted by the fire. The guards reached the room, shooting, and I oscillated jumping elbow first through the large oval window as the building burst into a series of orange flames. Thick black smoke curled polluting the air with the stench of sulfur.