Both boys were loved by their families so much that it did not matter what they did or how they behaved. They knew there was never any punishment and that their parents would easily forgive them. Zachary shows greed many times throughout the story but the one case that stood out the most was when Zachary would not take the time to go to the hospital to see his little sister, Lizzie, who was dying of cancer. He said he did not have time for that and decided to do his own things. When his mother told him he should go visit her, he replied in a very ignorant manner, “I can handle my own life.
Atticus is a true caring father who always tries to be there for his family and always wants to take care of them well. He was always there whenever his children needed him and he defends his children always, even if it's to his sister Aunt Alexandria. Atticus always put his children first, they were his world and he always kept an eye on them, or chose another trustworthy person to do so. Mr.Ewell was totally opposite: he was obnoxious, only cared for himself and no one else, not even his family. Mr.Ewell never tried to be there for his children because it was said in court that he spent most of his time out of the house drinking.
Despite this, as any daughter would, Nora “loved her ‘dear, kind papa!’ best.” Ibsen does this to show how unresisting she is to take on the disposition set out for her by her father. Nora, ‘feels the same about Torvald as she did
Although Uncle Peck did that to Lil Bit, there was no anger from her towards him. It was kind of like she accepted it, or she didn’t know any better because this was her uncle- it was family. It’s strange because not only was Uncle Peck preying on his niece, he was also her mentor and teacher whose driving lessons gave her the ability to realize her identity as an individual. Though some will view his actions as disturbing or perverted, we see he is not genuinely happy in his current state, he doesn't push Lil bit, but instead lets her make the decisions. He mentions several times “he’d never do anything she didn’t want him to do”.
They had no suspicions of him, and he listened and watched, until, at last, he discovered what was going on. “he discovered what was going on” have more than one meaning, depends on the reader what was going on with the couples. SYMBOLS • And then, he was not one of those idiots with wild looks, and the manners of an animal, Wild looks mean bad, ragged, dirty and so on, and the manners of an animal means harm and dangerous • ….because all thought they would please the poor gentle creature who harmed nobody. Because mademoiselle is idiot and the word idiot is too rude sometimes, the poor gentle creature can replace it. • His smooth face, his long flax like hair, required a cap with ribbons, and became a caricature under the high chimney-pot hat of the old doctor, his grandson.
Appearance vs. Reality in “The Possibility of Evil” Have you ever met someone who appears different from who they really are? In the short story, “The Possibility of Evil” by Shirley Jackson, we follow Adela Strangeworth, the protagonist/antagonist, around “her” town on her daily routine. Miss Strangeworth believes it’s her duty to keep the town free from evil, so everyday she sends anonymous letters alerting people about this “evil”. Towards the ending the town finds out about her malicious side and destroys her roses, her number one prized possession, for revenge.
It is basically when you take something and give nothing in return. Bundy was a scholar so he traveled a lot and being a good looking man he tended to have different female suitors for short periods of time. Bundy was also still on good terms with his mother throughout his life though and Richard Kuklinski never felt much more than hatred for his mother or father. Kuklinski was a family man at the home he made for himself and the only people he felt any bit of remorse for was his wife and children for the pain he had put them through. Kuklinski’s crimes were much less personal as well.
Cal expresses it in such a way that it so meaningful to the characters in the story, society itself, and the viewers. In, Until They Bring the Streetcars Back, the characters find themselves discovering the soft side of Cal Gant that they would have never thought they would have found. Some of the characters that acknowledge it were Gretchen, Peggy, Spence, and Sergeant Riley. Gretchen was always repressing him back because she knew after awhile that he was nice and innocent. Peggy, as his little sister, knew him very well but could always tell when he rapidly would grow up to be a good guy.
She taught me how to be a well- rounded individual. She taught me to respect others as well as have respect for myself. I know that my father had a sickness and he was never there for me, growing up but I never blamed him for his sickness. I always favored him because he always called me his
She had a very good life until her world turned upside down and her dad died. Her family was very close till her father died, after they all started to ignore her. They didn’t know how to talk to her anymore and they didn’t want to say the wrong thing to make her sad. I’ll let her tell you a little more about her and her life. I had a great life in the Nampa-Caldwell area, the people were very kind.