Gordon Edmonds and Sally Timms A little too much of something can sometimes be a bad thing. In David Mitchell’s Slade House, the narrator of each chapter is targeted by the Grayer twins because they all seem to be “engifted.” The Grayer twins who are considered carnivores, feed on the souls of those who may be easily manipulated. For example, Gordon Edmonds is a cop, who is your typical heroic police officer but also easily surrenders himself to women for his pleasure.
10 people were sent to a mysterious island called Indian Island. They were sent there for a vacation, but it was not the type of vacation they were hoping for, it was a death trap. The people sent were all criminals who were never caught. Most of them are very dangerous and deserved to be put on Indian Island except for few individuals who should have had different consequences for their actions. Emily Brent did not deserve to be sent to Indian Island to die.
In the novel " marrying ameera " it suggests that freedom is more important than family the novel "marrying ameera" by Rosen Hawke is a story about a 17 year old girl who's to,get arranged married to a stranger . Ameera's father is a Muslim who married a Christian for love but what's the reason the father wants to bring honour to the family so bad. that he would sell his own daughter just to get it what he wants , what would you choose freedom or family but in the process would you go all the way just to finish what you started .
Today was the second day of the trial. A doctor testified that Peter had been sane during the school shooting, but the doctor never encountered Peter. In my point of view, people think they know the person that Peter is, by judging only from the day of the shooting. Another doctor that testified was, Dr. King Wah. This man had several interviews with Peter and concluded that Peter had Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which happened because of others continually tormenting Peter.
August Wilson’s play Fences focuses on a man named Troy Maxson, a garbage man who is married to Rose and with her, has a son named Cory. Troy has an affair with a woman named Alberta who becomes pregnant with his child. This causes lots of tension in the house, not only between Troy and Rose, but also between Troy and Cory. This is because Cory is furious at what Troy did to Rose as well as Troy ruining Cory’s chance to go to college. In the end of the play Troy dies and Cory refuses to go to his funeral until Rose gives him a speech about why he has to.
“I thought about mama … how she’d hung herself. And here I was about ready to shoot myself.” The play is “Crimes of the Heart” by Beth Henley. Babe’s overall goal is to get out of her marriage with her husband Zackery.
Gertrudis’ departure sends the ranch on an uproar. In her leaving the ranch it symbolizes freedom. Freedom, because she does not have to obey to her mother anymore. She is her own person now and not a slave to her mother, Mama Elena. “Each year Tita prepared it in tribute to her sister’s liberation and she always took special care in arranging the garnish.”
Older Adult Interview Betty was born August 30, 1930 in southern Missouri. Her parents, Maggie and Casey, were your everyday farmers in Christian County. She had an older sister, Wanita, and an older brother, Wayne, as well as a few younger siblings. Growing up, she was blessed to be in a Christian home, where your faith was everything.
However appearances are deceiving and nothing is what it appears to be. The film opens with Michael driving down a street in his blue VW van. He has a napkin with an address on it and is looking for the house number he has written down. This is the first oddity in the film as one would think that someone would know where their brother lived and would not need to scribble it down sketchily on a napkin.
Title and Author: Hondo by Louis L’amour Setting: The main setting is in the arid country in Arizona. The book explains how it is really dry with not a lot of vegetation. There are spots with water, trees, thick grass, or all of them, but usually it is dry with a bush or cactus here or there. The book never explains when it is but using context clues I would say around the 1980s. Main Characters:
“The Interlopers” and “The Story of an Hour” are very different short story’s. However, the wolves from “The Interlopers” and Louise Mallard from “ The Story of an Hour” want someone dead/killed. Louise Mallard just heard a terrible accident that happened with her husband. Her husband was killed in a train accident. She is very happy, when she hears the news because she is now free of him.
‘What Happened, Miss Simone?’ is a documentary designed to let the audience view the ‘Other side’ of Nina Simone’s career. From her beginning of stardom, to her gradual collapse, this shows that not all music careers are easy. Through being abused to being the abuser, it shows that music can take a toll on anyone. This documentary film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary and was a winner of five awards including “Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary” and “Peabody Award for Documentary and Education”. Directed by Liz Garbus (Also known for ‘Bobby Fischer Against The World’ and ‘The Farm: Angola, USA’), through her journals, interviews, and stock footage, the film covers as the audience watches the downward spiral of yet
Acceptance and originality are keys to prosperity. In the novel O Pioneers! by Willa Cather, the protagonist Alexandra thrives in what seems to be a hopeless situation due to her strong beliefs. Alexandra has the beliefs of a transcendentalist. Transcendentalists rely on intuition.
The movie ‘Fences’ has three main characters: Troy Maxson, Cory Maxson, and Rose Maxson. However, I believe characters such as Lyons Maxson, Jim Bono, and Gabriel Maxson play extremely important roles in the movie also. Therefore, I will speak on all six. Troy Maxson (53), is an African American garbage collector.