Eric was anxious when he found out Eva was dead. He didn’t want anyone to know that he got Eva Pregnant. When the inspector questions Eric, he admits everything. During the play we learn Eric stole money to try and help Eva keep herself and the baby she was carrying healthy but when Eva learns that the money is stolen she refuses to take anymore from him. Mr Birling asks Eric where he got the money from and he says”(miserably) I got it-from the office” this shows that Eric cared about Eva and he put himself at the risk of being fired and have nothing at all left.
53) and Torvald calls her “little lark” (A Dollhouse, act1, speech 4) and “my squirrel” (A Dollhouse, act1, speech 8). Therefore, both the husbands treat their wives as if they were spoiled childern. More than that, in both of the stories the primary job in the wife’s life is taking care of the husband and the children. “The Yellow Wallpaper” story was written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman in 1892. This story is talking about a wife of a physician named John.
His criminal family frustrates Sarty in that he just wants to live a normal life. In a rose for Emily” Emily is heavily affected by her relatives. Going insane runs in her family with her great aunt (her dads sister) also being a little crazy. So she is at a disadvantage from the start. Her father doesn’t help the situation because he shields her from the outside world and “chases away potential suitors because none of them are good enough for his daughter” (p.6”A Rose for Emily”).
Shawn M. Henry Dr. Jerry Giddens English 111 February 9, 2010 In this book There Eyes Were Watching God written by Zora Neale Hurston the main character Jaine Crawford is searching for love through relationships. These relationships were between herself, Nanny, Logan Killicks, Joe Starks, and Vergible Woods known as Tea Cake. Her grandmother referred to as Nanny took care of her when Janie’s mother ran away. They lived in a house on the land of Mrs. Washburn, Nanny’s white boss. Growing up Janie played with Mrs. Washburn’s children and wore their old clothes.
While M. Lantins wife's has a different type of addiction an addiction that seems very strange to M.Lantin, her addiction to imitation jewelery. Even though M. Lantin with his salary could not buy real jewelery he was very critical about what was thought to be his his wife's fake jewelery collection “ you have the tastes of a gypsy” and often calling her collection “ Junk” ( Maupassant, 8). only to discover after his wife's death that the jewelery he mocked was worth a fortune and that she got those jewels from a third person. Both Hester and M. Lantin demonstrate how self absorbed in their own lives they did not realize what was happening to there loved
Feeling successful, Sara returns home to find her mother fatally ill. After her mother's death, her father remarries only to find his new wife, Mrs. Feinstein, is a gold-digger after his late wife's lodge money. Sara and her sisters, still angry over their father's treatment of them, become enraged at his quick marriage after their mother's death and refuse to help him when his new wife spends all his money and refuses to work. Sara goes back to New York and finds a teaching job. Mrs. Feinstein is not satisfied with Reb's money and wants more from his daughters. She is angry that Sara is avoiding her father, so she writes a nasty letter to the principal of the school where Sara is teaching, Hugo Seelig, in an effort to give her a bad reputation.
Elena firstly trades her father’s pocket watch to bribe the NKVD officer to not take her son. She also trades wedding gifts for mail and other sundries in hope to help her and her family survive one more day. Finally, Andrius abuses his close relationship with the NKVD in order to obtain food to help himself and others to survive. He also helps Lina survive by returning her file which could have gotten her killed. As these characters survive they are constantly being broken by the NKVD, the environment, and the lack of nutrition.
The argument starts when the family starts getting deeper in debt due to a dry spell in Evelyn’s winnings. During the fight, Evelyn scolds Kelly about drinking. “The contest wins can’t replace the money you make from working, Dad.” This comment angers Kelly, saying that Evelyn has no right to judge him because the only thing she does all day is clean and write in her “stupid notebooks” (168). Evelyn shoots back saying that without her contest winnings, they’d be in debtor’s prison. This comment further angers Kelly, and he, being drunk enough to not realize his own strength or actually register what he is doing, pushes Evelyn in a fit of anger.
When Greg fails to do his history homework, he must borrow an assignment from Rodrick and pay him $20,000 in Mom Bucks, Unfortunately, Mom finds out about the stolen Mom Bucks when Rodrick tries to cash in the lot and she confiscates all of Greg’s Mom Bucks, including his real ones. After Thanksgiving, Rodrick's party is uncovered by a photo and he is grounded and. Greg is accused of being an 'accomplice' to Rodrick, and is banned from playing video games for being Rodrick's accomplice, even though he had been locked in the basement the whole time and had nothing to do with the party, much to Greg's dismay. Rodrick then starts preparing for the talent show, despite his punishment (he wasn't allowed to leave the house). Dad then ends his punishment two weeks early because he hated listening to Rodrick's band, Löded Diper, play every day.
Really unpack the symbolic possibilities. Gatsby didn’t marry Gatsby because he was poor, and Tom was rich, in the simplest of terms. But when you delve deeper the problem for Daisy now is that her marriage with Tom is a failure, and a man she loves, rich beyond his means, has basically knocked on her door asking for her. I think Daisy sobs not only because now Gatsby is a class above her, but she know they can never be together. She comes from one social status the wealthy, sophisticated community of West egg.