Ellie Linton’s character is tested when she comes home to find the family pets dead. She must choose between right and wrong in her follow-up actions, battling through trauma and distress. Then her best friend, Corrie, witnesses her home being destroyed. It is in the group’s human spirit and empathy for each that keeps them strong. Ellie again questions herself and her actions when she blows up a lawnmower to save her friends.
In 1640 Massachusetts law required settlers to help their fellow Indian neighbors, but this friendly gesture was coupled with stern provisos. Any Indian who refused to fence his fields after such help was offered forfeited his right to sue for damages and if a beast trampled their cornfield they had to identify it. Plymouth magistrates allowed Indians to impound offending beasts, but this meant either that they drive the animals to the nearest English pound or construct one on
Doug’s response to setting his mother’s cats on fire was ‘It was the fault of the psychiatrist...he told me I had an unresolved problem with my mother... and I better fix it’. Julie’s brief monologue in Act One also helps the audience to better understand her character and why she came to be in the institution; ‘twelve hours later that woman was still there, minus a few curls, if that. She hadn’t moved. Too scared I was going to snip everything except her hair’. The final monologue (spoken by Lewis) at the end of the play summarises the future of the patients, Nowra is able to comment on how bad things happen to good people simply because they are given the title of being ‘mad’.
Anse decides that pouring cement all over Cash’s leg will help the break, smart huh?(*sarcasticly). He then mortgages everything he owns and sells Jewel’s special horse in order to buy a new team of mules. When the family rests for the night at Gillespie’s farm, Darl burns the barn down in order to try and cremate his own mother, but is unsuccessful. When the family finally arrives in Jefferson, Dewey Dell tries to get an abortion, but is instead forced into sex by a younger poor excuse of a man pretending to be a doctor. Then her father takes the money she needs to use to get a real abortion in order to buy himself a new set of teeth.
After the deaths of the village’s herbalist, Anys and Mem, Elinor and Anna take advantage of Anys herbalist house and together they continue what Anys used to do in order to help cure the village from the plague. As Anna and Elinor create new herbs to cure the sick people, Anna starts to realize that she is a person that loves to help people. Toward the end of the book Anna comes across Mary Wick ford that she helps in order to keep the mine as she places herself at risk almost killing herself. Through this Anna’s ego starts unveil of what type of person she really is.Throughout the book, each conflict that occurred for instance the plague hitting Eyam, Anna helping Mary keep her mine, delivering Mary’s baby successfully and being able to overcome her grieve of losing her family (her 2 kids and her husband) shows that she is a strong and heroic person. When a person is faced with issues the outcome reveals their true inner
A fairy tale is supposed to be happy but Gemma uses it as an allegory for the holocaust. The schloss at Chelmno that Gemma stayed at his referred to the castle, “she spoke of the castle, the schloss”. “Uncles, auntie, cousins, family… I curse you Briar Rose…”, “Everyone slept… and all kinds of citizens” these people represent the Jewish population. The curse, she was cursed because she was Jewish. She was supposed to be killed by being gassed in the trucks on the way to the schloss, “dead from the exhaust piped
He was so quick to blow off the idea that witchcraft caused her sickness because he was too worried his reputation would get shot with that possibility. In the court while Mary was being questioned about fainting Paris was looking for the first chance to accuse her of witchcraft and he eagerly said, "Then you will confess, will you not?" Mary Warren had no relation to Paris therefore he would not hesitate to point his finger at her. Paris was like Danforth in that he also could not realize his hypocritical ways because of his
Paper one: Visual Arts Review American painter Paul Patton’s Late October (View of Rix Mills, Ohio) 1992, acrylic on canvas depicts the story of farm life in rural America in the eastern Ohio village of Rix Mills, the fields behind the farm houses are filled with cows and horses. The painting is in its original molded wood frame. Paul Patton grew up in Rix Mills, and at the age of sixty-four, began painting a series of village scenes entitled Rix Mills Remembered in his boyhood. The author depicts the painting over his boyhood, where he grew up. It is the painting of Rix Mills, a Central Ohio village on Route 313, six miles south of New Concord in Muskingum County.
The two kids find shelter in the barn until morning being woken up by cowbells and the sound of animals running amongst them. They wake up to see a man “thin and tall, his neck bowed forward as if from years of ducking. The man's son has died from the war and he has lost his farm hand, and we can imply at the end of the story that the man is going to keep the youth as a slave and send Viticus far away. In this story, Ron Rash Does a great job of giving us a lot of information on what slaves went through by conveying this through the two boys. From being once a slave to escaping there workhouse and traveling day and night with little to no food, finding a new place to stay and trusting a family to take you in and allow you to live a normal life, and lastly leaving your family.
Nobody tells Romeo that it’s just a potion and Juliet’s not really died, he buys poison and goes to Juliet’s tomb. There he takes the poison and dies just as Juliet awakens. This is where Juliet becomes more like Romeo. She does not think about what she does and she refuses to go with Friar Laurence, she takes a dagger and stabs herself with it. “Yea, Noise?