The All of It opens with Father Declan who has decided to go out fishing for the day on a river beat that seems all too impossible to catch anything. As the day persists, Father Declan reflects upon his clashing ideas concerning of the story told to him by Enda Dennehy, a recent widow of Kevin Dennehy. Kevin and Enda are believed to be married by everyone they know until Enda reveals to Father Declan that Kevin and her are actually brother and sister. Her story exposes that Kevin and her had slept together once but not out of sexual ideas, but out of creation and survival. Enda explains that her father, a mindless drunk, would lock his two children up in a freezing room until on one final occasion he did not come home for almost two days.
As the Baudelaire children are enjoying a gloomy day at the beach, they are informed that both their mother and father have perished in a fire that destroyed their home. The three children stay at the home of Mr. Poe, who is a friend of the family and the executor of the Baudelaire fortune. It is his responsibility to place the children with a guardian and to take care of their money until Violet turns eighteen. Mr. Poe's first choice for the children's guardian is Count Olaf, a distant relative. It is immediately obvious that he is not fit to take care of the children, but Mr. Poe seems to be oblivious to this fact and leaves the children in his care.
She loves the boy who was four years ago and not the man who is now standing in front of her. His son tricked a girl into getting into his car where he raped her and now he is back to spill salt in her kitchen as he did after he ate his breakfast. Because she doesn’t want to look into his face, she pretends that she is sick then she goes to her room. There are many unanswered question in Myrna’s mind, and she couldn’t stay at her home anymore and be her mother so she leave with a note for Kenny that it means he should go away within a week. In my point of view Myrna made a good decision in this situation for two reasons, first it is a good punishment for Kenny as she dose’s want to be her mother any more.
Scott Falater’s defense was unfair, unreasonable, and unrealistic. Falater, 43, devout Mormon, husband, father, and electrical engineer, disputed the horror of what happened on January 16, 1997. Scott with a hunting knife stabbed his wife, Yarmila in the back yard, 44 times, drowned her head underwater in their pool—all while their two children slept upstairs. He then, stashed the bloody weapon and his clothes in his back trunk family car. Falater, does not deny any of his doings, yet denies being able to remember about it.
File No: Prosecution Memorandum Re: Dawn; Felony of the Second Degree I.Issues Daisy Down was arrested in connection with the severe burning of her 3 year old son. Her son sustained 2nd and 3rd degreee burns over the majority of his body and will remain permanently disfigured. Dawn spoke with the case detective and said she was angry with her son for resisting to undress to take his bath. Dawn admitted to placing her son, fully clothed, in the bathtub water without testing the temperature. Dawn denied knowing the water was hot enough to cause burns.
Gilbert’s feels stuck in the dull town of Endora. Living with his obese Mama who he is ashamed of “She’s a whale,” as seen in the eyes of Gilbert and the community. His immature sister Ellen “I want Ellen to grow up.” Caring mother-like figure Amy “My older sister Amy is more like a mother.” And mentally disabled brother Arnie “Doctors said we’d be lucky if Arnie lived to be ten... Now the doctors are saying any time now.” Because of Arnies disability he compulsively climbs the towns water tower, getting him down Gilbert sings to him “match in the gas tank boom, boom.” When Gilbert’s mother dies, he comes up with the idea to burn her down with the house else “it’s gonna take a crane to get her out.” and there would be a crowd “I just know there’s gonna be a crowd” Throughout the course of the movie Gilbert plays a strong father figure and is heavily relied on because of this. One of his many duties is to keep up the repairs on the house “My Dad built the house, and it’s my job to keep up the repairs.” another more large responsibility of his is Mama, after the suicide of her husband, Mama, who was once the most beautiful girl in her youth, lost her sense of self worth. Feeling as though she had nothing to live and strive for, she
An example of Seymour showing symptoms of depression is when Muriel describes his behavior on the beach to her mother, “I mean all he does is lie there.” The quote insinuates Seymour may be displaying some loss of interest in activities. Furthermore Seymour demonstrates another symptom of depression when he screams at the woman in the elevator, and curses at her. (Page 17, 18) The last example of Seymour’s depression is when he commits suicide at the end of the story. (Page 18) The reader can assume that Seymour Glass could no longer cope with his life after he returned from the
To prevent Truman's from discovering his false reality, Christof created a storm that “killed” his father on a fishing trip, which made him scared of the sea. Despite Christof's control, Truman managed to behave in unexpected way, in particular by falling in love with an extra, Sylvia, known to Truman as Lauren instead of Meryl his future planned wife. Though Sylvia is quickly removed from the set and Truman marries Meryl, he continues to secretly long for her. Sylvia becomes part of “free Truman” campaign that fights to free him from the show. Truman should leave, not even finishing the movie, previewing just a little portion of it shows you how wrong it is to have set up events and conversations just to see his reaction.
Karanah discovers that her baby brother was left behind and swims back to the island only for her brother to die a couple of days later. Now Karanah is all alone on the island. Sam has both of his parents, his grandpa and some siblings at home waiting for him to return, which he is not intending to do. Karanah is an orphan with no living siblings. Her mom died when Karanah was around the age of five, her dad, brother and sister all died when she
The book begins with Rob airing out the dirty laundry of his past by enumerating the five worst break-ups of all time in his own life. That alone seems to prove the point that Rob is a depressive personality. A very telling quote that sets the tone for his future self's fear of intimacy is this: “But there still seems to be an element of that evening in everything that has happened to me since; all my other romantic stories seem to be a scrambled version of that first one” (Hornby 9). This is pertaining to his first "girlfriend," Alison Ashworth and it's obvious that this first brush with romantic relationships scarred his young psyche. Lois Tyson, author of Critical Theory Today: A User-Friendly Guide writes that, "the unconscious comes into being when we are very young through the repression, the expunging from consciousness, of these unhappy psychological events" (12).