If Sal didn’t believe her father 's words then she thinks she caused her mothers miscarriage and she is probably upset about this. Sal thought, “ I pretended that it was my mother sitting there and she would still have the baby and everything would be the way it was supposed to be,” (page 140). We can infer that when she means “ … and everything would be the way it was supposed to be.” That she means she was supposed to not been saved and was supposed to be left next to the tree. She’s now wishing she was left next to the tree and her mother didn’t save her, and because she’s blaming herself for the baby’s death. Another significant external change that is a segment of things which have affected Sal is during this period in time, Gram gets bitten by a poisonous rattlesnake but even after being treated at a hospital, it is safe for us to assume this is a factor or a later a cause of her
Alys had given up on the old world and began to accept the new . When Alyss does so she shows it by wearing a dress she ould never wear and calling Mr and Mrs. Lidell by Mom and Father. Later she is characterized as curious, but for a person. Beddor states this by telling “She wanted to take this opportunity to spy on her guests, why? because she was looking for somebody”(Beddor119).
After crying about the letter Daisy “walked out of the room, the pearls were around her neck and the incident was over.” (76). Once Daisy has calmed down, leaving the room and making her decision. By wearing the pearl necklace, Daisy shows that she chooses money over love. In the end Daisy settles with Tom, not based on love but instead money. Daisy “wanted her life shaped now, immediately-and the decision must be made by some force-of love, of money, or unquestionable practicality-that was close at hand” (151).
Once Parris discovers the girls. Abigail was trying to say where nobody could see her, because it will reveal she had an affair with John Proctor. Abigail lies to conceal her affair, and to prevent charges of witchcraft. She was trying to avoid sever punishes for casting spells and adultery. Abigail always tries to shift the attention to everybody else except herself.
Due to this, Sylvia may suffer a fall in her life, such as the quotation, “pride comes before Destruction” suggests. The story does not have a clear end and readers can predict any possibilities. One main prediction is Sylvia turning into a thief in the future. Sylvia isn’t new to the act of stealing as she “terrorized the West Indian kids and [took] their hair ribbons and their money too” (Bambara 1). Also greedy for money, she did not give a tip to the taxi driver as Miss Moore instructs.
Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere have been sleeping together this makes both him and the queen unloyal to King Arthur. Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere’s sin could have had them both killed for adultery. Sir Launcelot made it his very priority to protect the queen. According to Green, when Queen Guinevere was kidnapped by Melliagraunce, Sir Lauancelot was quick to go and save her (345). After Sir Launcelot defeated Sir Melliagraunce, Queen Guinevere met him in the garden and confessed her love to him (Green 350-352).
Have you ever gone somewhere like an ice cream shop and not known what you wanted? Decisions are hard to make. Sometimes people get set as a scapegoat and the culprit gets away. Just like in this case the Countess loses her jewel and finds it inside of her black striped goose and doesn’t know who did it. After they find the felon, Mr. Holmes rules to let them go and bid them not to do it again.
Moving forward into Act III, in the final scenes of the play, the loan that Nora was hiding from Torvald was revealed to him. Nora was finally convinced it was time to tell Torvald to go and read his letters, in she would leave her home, her children and her life behind to avoid the the punishment Torvald would most likely inflict upon her once he discovered the truth. Torvald stops her before she can leave not letting her pass the doorway. As there argument grows Torvald states:“What a horrible awakening! All these eight years-she who was my joy and pride- a hypocrite, a liar- worse, worse- a criminal!” (Ibsen).
It was during a trip between the two women that K. learnt Sumire's disappearance. Thinking he will never see her again, the teacher gets a call from the Sumire via a phone booth, as she used to do before, indicating that she was back and she could resume her life and write the much vaunted book of her dreams. It is in the story of this love triangle that the author describes the impossible love, attachment and disappearance. Moreover, by showing us that K. does not confess his love to Sumire and that the latter has completely changed because of the encounter with Miu, Haruki Murakami emphasizes some of the main themes of postmodernism with depersonalization and the lack of
She imagined all of this without an arranged marriage that is the norm in Calcutta. Another character stereotypes are the mother and the couple of Primata and Bikram in the two stories. "Mensaab has told her not to speak to you, or else she'll lose her job.” (Banerjee 65). This reinforces what her mother stands for which is the preservation of tradition and she is ready to disown her only daughter. They represent and personify culture conservatism and preservation.