She said she invited some friends over afterwards for one last drink before they called it a night. She left a little bit earlier so she could meet her friends at the door. When she got home she found Author dead, met her friends at the door claiming that something terrible had happened. Author slipped coming down the stairs for another drink. The glass was still in his hand and she believed that he was dead.
People change based on the people around them, they may adapt and become them or they may realize that’s not them and become the opposite. In the book The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. Jeannette is surrounded by people who aren’t successful or nice. She is with her drunk father and her selfish mother but she has her siblings who make her realize that she doesn’t want to become like her parents, she wants to be successful. Jeannette father was raised by a women who possibly sexually assaulted him as a child, and who was always drunk.
Queenie Vulopides claims her husband died on the way down the stairs to get a drink Queenie claims her and her husband had a fight before she left the house earlier in the day . The autopsy, and Queenie, confirmed him to be drunk , The autopsy confirmed a head wound in the back of the head, but Queenie did not make any statement about it. Queenie waited for her friends to arrive and told them about what had happened to Arthur. Based on the given evidence, I think that Queenie is lying about what actually happened to Arthur. According to the evidence, Arthur has a glass standing upright in his hand.
There a crucial moments in the stories though that turn the tables for characters and make them question if what they've been doing or have done is the right thing to do. In the story “Cons” Lisa finds out that the girl her husband killed while drunk driving suspiciously happens to look just like her. This makes Lisa a totally different person. Was her relationship actually about love? Or was it just to comfort her husbands remorse?
Odysseus killed all the suitors and maids that lived in his kingdom upon his return. He returns and becomes angry that some maids have been with the suitors so he decides to hang them. While he is away he cheats on his beloved wife, Penelope, with Circe and Calypso. He says he was “forced” to be with them but in all honesty he could have just left the land at his leisure. He sleeps with other women while he is married to Penelope, which in modern standards, that would be an affair and a horrible thing to do.
Eventually she couldn’t do anything but to run away to another city with her grandfather. As I read here, I was asking myself, whether I have the courage and determination to leave my ill mother alone and run away. As I proceed, as she and her grandfather run toward the city, the rubbery killed her grandfather. I don’t know the feeling of seeing your own and probably last family members in the world been killed by a knife. I thought, as a girl of fourteen, she will probably went crazy or desperate, but she didn’t.
I feel that Cyntoia should have not gotten life in prison and tried as an adult because she was only 16-years-old. I feel she shot Allan because she was frighten and thought her life was in danger. The person that should be going to prison is the man that forced her into prostitute. The pimp took of advantage of Cyntoia; He is just as responsible as she is. One thing that I found shocking in the story even though Cyntoia was
It is undeniable that this additional alcohol heightened her level of intoxication thus explaining her inebriated state in A&E. It therefore would be considered unfair to disregard Linda’s description of Amy’s state in favour of Garda David Mullins’s and the doctors’ as they did not see her prior to these shots, which was the lesser state of intoxication in which Linda found her before getting into the car with her. This again contrasts greatly with the case of the plaintiff in Hussey v. Twomey wherein the defendant is not known to have consumed any additional alcohol after the accident occurred. Gardaí arrived at the scene at 12.20am with the accident occurring only ten minutes after they had left the premises. Garda Ruttle then tracked the car to its registered address and knocked until the second defendant answered.
Romeo and Juliet What are the main factors that caused their death? Romeo and Juliet’s death could have been caused by a great many factors but due to the fact that a few of the decisions chosen in the story were heavily influenced by either one or many other decisions acted upon by the relatives or friends of the two main characters in the story, Romeo and Juliet. Fate is not included because this is based off as if it was a real life scenario (which fate doesn’t affect since it has no proof of existence). The primary factor for their death is Romeo’s stupidity that got him banished from the city for killing Tybalt in the first place, however much deserved his death was. Romeo could have instead left the law to capture and punish Tybalt
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