Trauma begins when Maria hears everything from the hole and the torturing and screaming of her mother. Maria being 14 wants to go and help her mother but doesn’t cause of the safety of Alberto. Maria makes sure that Alberto does not hear anything and covers his ears. After all the screaming from Maria’s mother she hears gun shots and then silence. Knowing the horror she was going to find when she came out of the hole she tears a piece of her dress that her mother made for her and blindfolds
Abigail and the girls pretend Mary is bewitching them again which make Mary breakdown and accuse john of being a witch. After being tried as a witch and told he was going to get hanged he has a chance to confess and live but he chooses to die and keep his name. As a result of the lies and the affair between john and Abigail there were a lot of innocent people killed and hurt even those who they claimed they loved. Abigail and Elizabeth are two very different characters but have some similarities. Both Abigail and Elizabeth show determination in order to get what they want, and they are both strong
Her healing work has also been published in the local news media. Mama Lola was very much open to alternative methods of healing “she is not afraid to incorporate elements from other cultures into her own worldview.” “… her whole life is about movement between cultures and about understanding and coping with cultural difference.” (Pg 206, Mama Lola) Mama Lola’s line of work not only deals with health problems but also love, work and family difficulties. Her healing skills combine that of a medical doctor, psychotherapist, a social working and priest and is well respected in her community not just for her work but as a good woman. “She has a group of steady followers who appreciate her for being trustworthy and discreet as well as effective. It is also widely known that she adheres to a tradition that discourages making large profits from healing work”.
Before, no one will listen or take her seriously to a word she said, but she now has a position of authority from which to name the secret sins of other Salem residents. She uses that power and authority to make accusations that would have earned her a beating before. This is shown when Mrs. Putnam believes her and says, “‘I knew it! Goody Osburn were midwife to me three times (848). She sets an example to the other girls, and Abigail did the same thing.
The Crucibles The crucibles is like desperation, lies, and hopelessness. Arthur Miller uses Rebecca Nurse to shows us that she is the clear martyr in the play, the most pure and saintly character hanged for witchery. Rebecca Nurse in the Crucibles uses integrity has always been scarce in society. In today’s world and as shown in The Crucible, honesty is unappreciated and the truthful are punished. While this brings fear to all of Salem, one character stands by her beliefs until the death.
A symbol of a scarlet “A” was placed on her chest as a constant reminder of her mistake. Throughout the story Hester, along with her young daughter Pearl, live life isolated and heavy hearted. Hester’s paramour, Dimmesdale a reverend, becomes Chillingworth’s main focus. He wants to make Dimmesdale suffer for the sin he too has committed. By trying to poison Dimmesdale, Chillingworth is exposed to a symbol, something resembling the scarlet “A” on Hester’s chest, placed on
She held the children under the water until they stopped fighting. Andrea said she was a bad mother and did not want to raise bad children. She was thinking that she was a bad mom and going to hell, and if she did not kill her children they would end up going to hell too ("Sympathy for the Devil", 2013). The combination of her physiological issues, what she believed religiously, and her actions made behaviors constitute
Anthony wrote that "when a woman destroys the life of her unborn child, it is a sign that, by education or circumstances, she has been greatly wronged,” Susan B. Anthony encouraged women to register to vote and then vote, using the Fourteenth Amendment as justification. On November 5, 1872, Susan B. Anthony and others attempted to vote and some, including Anthony, are arrested. Later, she was tried for "illegally"
When she confronted her sister, Ismene, to ask for her help in burying Polyneices, Ismene's fear was clear. Ismene would not go against the King of Thebes' laws even for her own blood, she tells Antigone that she is killing herself by even having such a thought, "Our own death