Throughout the story, we constantly hear of the grandmother’s judgmental views of the misfit. However, when she is faced with her death in the end, her hypocritical side shines through. She tells the Misfit that they are in the same category; that they are both good people. The grandmother, in her way of pleading, tries to convince the Misfit that he is indeed a “good man” even though she thought of him as a terrible person before he held her life in his
Coraline The book Coraline is a very surreal book written by Neil Gaiman. The story is about a young girl called Coraline, who discovers a strange world on the other side on a fascinating door. Neil Gaiman has written a lot of other books, for young readers, such as: ‘Mr Punch’ and his best book ever written, ‘The Graveyard’. In this very spooky, fascinating story, Coraline and her parents move into a new house. After arriving at the new house, Coraline wants to explore the grounds, until some bad weather arrives and Coraline gets bored.
_ Instead of staying behind the morning of the trip, the grandmother is the first one in the car. While traveling the grandmother tells the children a made up story about a plantation house that she had once visited with a secret panel only to excite the children so they would beg their parents to visit it. After a trip down the long dirt road the grandmother realizes that the plantation house was not in Georgia but in Tennessee. Too embarrassed to admit her mistake she causes her cat who she secretly concealed into the car jump out onto her son Baily who is driving. He then crashes the car into a ditch and the family is stranded.
Mr. Wright was killing her slowly but surely and she had no choice but to deal with the agony he put her through. During this time period woman who talked bad on their husbands were looked bad upon. So she had no choice but to keep to herself, even though she probably wouldn’t have anyway because of her humble personality. Mrs. Wright had purchased a songbird which she grew deeply in love with. The bird brought her much more than music, but finally she had some sort of joy and happiness.
Three main characters, Jean Louise Scout Finch, her lawyer father Atticus, and her older brother Jem encounter prejudice, hypocrisy and other evils in Alabama during the 1930’s. Several characters in this novel help Scout and Jem understand courage as a reoccurring theme to the plot, with each example a different exploration of the moral nature of human beings. Consider Mrs. Dubose an elderly ill-tempered racist woman with a hearty morphine addiction. In order to go to town, the children had to pass her house, unless wanting to walk a mile out of the way. Strolling home from town one afternoon, a verbal dispute ensued with Mrs. Dubose.
She tells the misfit that he is a good man in an attempt to save her life as she believes that a “good” man wouldn’t kill her. The misfit describes how he was unfairly punished. There is a possibility that he was a good man before all of that happened and that the system of punishment ruined him and turned him into a murderer.
Chillingsworth tells Hester that he bears no ill will against her because he was foolish for sending her alone, but that he will find the father at all costs, which concerns Hester very much because she loves Dimmesdale. She argues with Chillingsworth that it is unjust for him to punish just one and not both but he won’t have it. Chillingsworth is bent solely on Dimmesdale and seeking revenge against the man who took his wife. The fact that even Hester argues for Dimmesdale’s life through all he made her go through alone makes the reader have the highest respect for Hester because of her
The grandmothers childish ways greatly contributes to their deaths. The grandmothers idea to go on a wild chase pushes Bailey over the edge and even makes the cat freak out and Bailey flips the car. The grandmothers try’s to talk her way out of death but it does not work in her favor. She is a mess of a woman that causes her own family to be killed. O’Conner creates a crazy grandmother who unfortunately causes the bad situation.
After taking all the actions from the grandmother and the Misfit into consideration, readers view that the grandmother naturally obtained grace and has given grace to the Misfit. As the grandmother continues to talk to the Misfit, she doesn’t realize how selfish and self-centered she is, all she wants to do was to save herself from danger. Throughout the whole story, there has been details about the cruelty and selfishness of the grandmother. She is a manipulator, she uses indirect actions to get satisfaction for herself. There's a part at the beginning of the story where the grandmother uses the kids to convince her son to turn back and go visit the old house she mentioned.
LOVE Nanny * She had all the love to support Janie, she didn’t like to see Janie sad and unhappy. * She wants to protect Janie from dating the wrong guys since she’s in her womanhood. * She wants a man that would treat Janie with respect and tell her about her love life. * She did her best on finding a man for Janie because she loves Janie and wants a man to treat her well. Logan * Janie didn’t really love Logan he treated her as if she was nothing by bossing her around all the time after he got sick of doing all the work.