“Tuesday of the Other June” by Norma Fox Mazer is a realistic fiction story about a girl named June who is being bullied by another girl named June in swim class. In the beginning June gos to swim class and encounters a bully. In the middle June was being bullied and it was getting worse. In the end June moved and thought she was getting away from the bully but she moved closer to the bully and realized she had to deal with the bully on her own. June changed a lot thew out the story.
At first the people at her new school think that she is a teachers pet because she won't stop raising her hand in class. Which she then got beat up after school. She tried again at Mary S. Black Elementary but the teacher didn't like her so that didn't turn out very well either. When she went to Welch Elementary she was put into special classes. People then started to whisper about the Walls kids all day.
Curley’s wife tries to explain to Candy that his dreams will never work out which portrays that she deals with her attention by bring people down. In one of the final scenes, Curley’s wife tells Lennie to feel her hair after she finds out that Lennie likes soft things. Then, Lennie grabs onto her hair and will not let go. After struggling for many seconds, “she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck” (Steinbeck pg 91). Curley’s wife’s continual urgency for attention ends up getting her killed.
When her mother came to retrieve the young girl from the school house, the local police followed the orders of the Dictator and jailed her mother, enabling the young girl to receive her education. The courage from getting herself sick, confiding in the teacher, and jailing her own mother showed the author something he will never
Firstly, Melinda shows that she is frightened because when wanted to tell him to stop, she was scared because he was older and she did not know what he would do to her. Melinda said: “NO I DON’T WANT TO! But I can’t spit it out”(135). He made her so nervous that she couldn’t tell him to stop harassing her. He was taking advantage of her because she was only thirteen and when she wanted to asked him to stop he did not let her.
In the story it says, “ ‘I know, I know. You’ve said that a hundred times,’ she snapped. ‘What did you say?’ He asked, pushing his newspaper aside.” Maria’s conflict connects to the theme of the story because she is being ungrateful towards her father and wants to grow up too fast.
The only reason all of the trials started was because of Williams and out of fear she was going to lose Proctor. She deceived the court because she thought she would have a chance with Proctor by accusing Elizabeth Proctor. When someone is in love they will go into desperate measures to get what they want. When Proctor wants to prove how bad of a person Williams is, is when he decides to tell the truth about his affair to the court. When Proctor confesses, the judge, Danforth questions Elizabeth Proctor, she denies it.
It’s only after Connie realized that Arnold knew everything about her, yet she did not know him, that she started paying more attention and realized that Arnold and his friend were older than they looked and she began getting scared. When Connie refuses to go with him and asks them to leave, the other side of Arnold; the cruel and cold one is brought out, thou he tries to hide it behind his laughter, it is still visible and this is disturbing. By now Arnold’s persuasion has failed, and that’s when he resorts to threatening Connie, threatening to break down the glass door, or burn down the house to force her to come
R/s on Friday, Ji’Naza told him that Jazzmyne beat her across her arms and legs because she hit Domell’s daughter. R/s Ji’Naza said she didn’t want to tell because she didn’t want to get in trouble. R/s he advised Ji’Naza to tell the counselor at school, but they child didn’t feel comfortable doing that because Jazzmyne’s mother is counselor. R/s Ji’Naza was afraid to go home because her sister was going to tell her mother and her mother would beat her again. R/s Ri’Naza stated that she didn’t feel like she would make to Monday to tell someone at school.
I was surrounded by my worst nightmare... fish! They were everywhere, all around me. Swimming on top of each other trying to gulp down the food I held in my hand. Finally, I resurfaced. I looked around to see if my class were still watching me and sure enough they were.
To begin with, majority of the time, Nancy’s life is threatened due to her unhealthy relationship with Bill Sikes and so she tries her best to satisfy him. For example, Oliver ends up at the police station and the gang persuaded Nancy into going to the station to find out what had happened with Oliver. In order to do so, she had to change her appearance to look more like an upper class woman, and to not be recognized as a prostitute, because otherwise nobody would listen to her. As a result, Nancy plays the role of Oliver’s shocked sister, “ Oh, my brother! My poor, dear, sweet, innocent little brother!
Opinion Essay- The Opposite of Tidy Why does everyone lie? Is lying even worth it? Carrie Mac's story, The Opposite of Tidy, is mainly about a girl who tells a little lie. Junie, the main character of the novel, is really embarrassed by her mother because she is a hoarder.
What if someone married at fifteen? You think everything is going to be perfect; live your life on a ranch with your own roan but, your husband is an alcoholic and abusive. That is exactly what happened to Ruth in Lady Gunfighter. She was to marry at fifteen to Stan; little did she know how much he drank and what alcohol could do to him.
In the Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, the roles of women are represented by the women who help with Lily and her struggles throughout the story. Lily interacted with lots of women in the story that helped her through her tough times in her quest to find out more information about her dead mother, Deborah. Primarily, Lily interacted with people such as Rosaleen, August, and June that helped out with Lily’s struggles. One of the most helpful women in the book to Lily was Rosaleen. Rosaleen helped take care of Lily’s house once her mother perished.
How far would a mother go for her daughter? In the story “Leap” by Louise Erdrich the daughter describes numerous sacrifices her mother made in order to get the daughter to where she is now. On a shallow analysis, the story is about how the daughter is grateful for her mother. On a deeper analysis, the story expresses how in moments of decision in the characters' lives one can choose to change their succession through life. For the duration of the story the daughter tells us how the mother withstood troublesome times and how she managed.