Oscar Casares created a very believable character in “Mrs. Perez” by writing about Lolas passion, bowling, and including flash backs about her younger life and family. He used these flash backs and incorporated her family to go into depth about her past, and let the readers infer why she is the way she is. The bowling ball that is repeatedly mentioned throughout the story contrast her past life. By giving her a hobby, and showing the struggles she has experienced in her past, she becomes like a real person readers empathize with.
To begin with, Mother Fletcher is a surpassingly hilarious woman. She continuously says something that will make you laugh. For example, when she was telling Officer O’Brien’s daughter, Meaghan, that she used to play catch with Santa Clause when he was just a child. Also another way to present her amusing trait
For example, on page 152, Monique thinks that her children are dead in the fire. Monique would’ve realized how much they’ve done for her, If they actually were gone. Suddenly, she’d be all alone with Jordan dead as well, she would've realized what it was without Gerald cleaning up the dishes for her. Or Angel admiring and complimenting on her style. They had fed her when she was injury, it was her job to feed them, and take care of them.
One night Yollie and were mother decided to watch a late night movie about creatures from underneath the earth that crawled through lava to walk the Earth. Yollie was very tired that day from soccer, so she was having trouble keeping her eyes open. She asked Mrs. Moreno to wake her up when the movie was over, so she could go to bed. Her mom agreed to this, but instead of waking Yollie up, she laughed and tip-toed into her bed. Yollie woke up on the couch in the middle of the night, and had no idea
They get back at her by killing her roses and I believe the reason why they chose to kill the roses is because they knew it meant a lot to her since her grandmother planted them and her mom took good care of them. 3.Explain the title of the story. This short story is titled “The Possibility of Evil” because the main character sends the people in the town letters about evil things that could be going on that happen to involve them. These letters were not necessarily true, but they were assumptions of possible evil. 4.Is Miss Strangeworth evil?
Her mother put a large mirror on the ceiling for her daughter who had to stay in the bed for a long time and soon after Frida started to paint herself in canvas to relieve the boredom and pain. Through the mirror, she looked at herself who was suffered from the pain and expressed it via painting. As the author mentioned, “Frida
As soon as Max arrived in Liesel’s home there was a sudden shift in Rosa’s feelings and her concern for Max’s safety and Liesel’s sanity was evident as she terminated practically all of her abusive ways. Liesel sees Rosa’s love for the first time and this totally alters Liesel’s perception of her. This newfound love leaves its impact on the relationships around it. When Liesel first meets Rosa, she doesn’t necessarily trust her. Liesel has to
At the end of the story, Mrs. Mallards got what she deserved from karma. Mrs. Mallards gave the impression of mourning to her sister and her husband’s friend, Richards, when in fact she was actually relieved. When Richards found out that Mr. Mallards was dead, he did not have the nerve to tell Mrs. Mallards. It was her sister, Josephine, who told her. After her sister had told her, Mrs. Mallards when up to her room alone.
Like any sister would, I snooped through her closet and stole her clothes. I would carefully watch her and her friends spend hours preparing for school dances and hear them critique her while she practiced her dance routines, since she was a part of the school’s dance squad. I spent many nights crawling into her bed when I had a bad dream, and I can feel that sense of security that comes from being protected by my older sister. Nothing comforted me quite like that did. My final stop on my memory tour is down the hall in my parents’ bedroom.