“Leaving alien miles unleashed and unrestrained. Watching the hurricane of writhing snow rage past the little house” (234). She was overpowered by the storm which left her planted in the freezing drifts in which Steven arrived. Now Ann can relax as there is someone to do the chores and keep her company, but in a short amount of time this changes. Steven turns into a awful man who knows he has the advantage of Ann for the night, “but in a storm like this you are not expecting john?” (236).
He tried to save his wife from the humiliation and the torture she was about to endure, but she made it very clear through her trial how she felt about him. “‘I have my own man?” Mu glanced at her husband and smirked. She straightened up and said, “My man is nothing. He is no good, I mean in bed. He always comes before I feel anything.’” She treats her husband poorly in front of the whole town, even after he tried to help her out.
John always returned to her, no matter how harsh the barriers in his way were, proving that he put her before his own safety. However when John returned to his wife after enduring a horrible snowstorm, he found his wife in bed with another man, which not only left him heartbroken, but was a factor in his death. In conclusion, John is more deserving of empathy than Ann because even though John provided for her and showed extreme amounts of loyalty towards her, he caught his wife cheating on him which not only broke his heart, but eventually led to his
Gertrude is raising her own child similar to Absalom’s girlfriend who is pregnant with a child. Absalom, Gertrude’s brother says to her when he finds her in Johannesburg. “You have shamed us, he says in a low voice, not wishing to make it known to the world. A liquor seller, a prostitute, with a child and you don’t even know where he is? Your brother a priest, how could you do this to us.” The reader can see that it is a huge disgrace to live in this city and fall into the nasty ways if it.
She is in her on fantasy land. Events that unfold throughout the story show us just how unstable she actually was. Miss Emily acted against everything the towns people were trying to do. They wanted a mailbox attached to the house, and she refused. The consent complaints about her house smelling of odor.
This is particularly ironic because Dimmesdale does not yet know the life of hypocrisy he will live as a result of the sin. The second example of verbal irony is when Pearl asks her mother, "Why does Dimmesdale cover his heart?" This is ironic because Pearl makes the connection about what he is doing but does not grasp that Dimmesdale actually covers a scarlet letter upon his chest. The final example of verbal irony is when Hester and Pearl walk in the forest. Pearl warns her mother to "Come away, or yonder the Black Man will catch you!"
Fowlers neutrality is why conflict follows him wherever he goes. Fowler literally lets Phuong get taken by Pyle, yet she is the girl he loves even though he has a wife back home in England. Not only does he lose his love but he does so cheating on his wife. He let’s Pyle steal his love and then he find out a car bomb back in French Indochina (Vietnam). Fowler is worried because this happened near where his love Phuong lives, so he goes to research what happened.
Ruthie, who is the youngest daughter of the Joad family told one of the girls in the cam that her brother (Tom) has killed two men and his currently hiding near. After Ma Joad finds this out she tells Tom to really leave, because she is fearful for the rest of the family and is scared that they are in danger. Tom then leaves to do the same that that Jim was doing which was gathering migrant workers. There was word out that there wouldn't be a job open for anybody, because cotton season was finishing up. The land becomes flooded from the rain that was set in and Rose of Sharon has her baby, they all go to a dry barn for safety from the
Some people try to hide from their lying, and it is not uncommon for guilt to push someone to the absolute boiling point. I believe, in most situations, no one can escape the truth, it will always follow someone by thoughts and memories. In the novel The Scarlet Letter, the character, Hester Prynne, commits adultery with a man named, Arthur Dimmsdale. Hester is publicly shamed and left with the outcome of her daughter Pearl. The townspeople are uninformed that Dimmsdale also committed the sin, he is left unharmed and with a guilty conscience.