Slide 3: * When she was fourteen, she married Moses McWilliams to escape her sister's abusive husband. * Then they had a daughter, named A’Lelia, and when A’Lelia was only two years old, McWilliams died. * In 1894 she was married to her second husband John Davis. * Then she got married a third time in 1906 to a newspaper sales agent, Charles Joseph Walker and got divorced in 1912. That’s how she got the last name Walker.
One day Gustavo went to his country Spain then he never showed up again, Celia was very upset and she lost living her will to live. Though she has no known medical condition, she wastes away due to depression. While she is housebound, Jorge del Pino, courts her and persuades her to marry him. After their honeymoon, he leaves her at home with his mother and sister while he goes on long business trips, punishing her out of his jealousy for her past with Gustavo. His mother and sister are cruel to Celia, even more so after she becomes pregnant.
Late in 1932, she suffered a nervous breakdown that was brought on because she was unable to complete a Radio City Music Hall mural project that had fallen behind schedule. She was hospitalized in early 1933 and did not paint again until January 1934. In the spring of 1933 and 1934, she recuperated in Bermuda, and she returned to New Mexico in the summer of 1934. In 1972, her eyesight was compromised by macular degeneration, leading to the loss of central vision and leaving her with only peripheral vision. Juan Hamilton, a young potter, appeared at her ranch house in 1973 looking for work.
Her father was an alcoholic who was disowned by his family (Women). Her mother Anna Roosevelt, sometimes called “Granny” because of her old-fashion style, was somewhat distant to her family (Women). When her mother died in 1892 because of diphtheria, she moved in with her maternal grandmother, Mary Ludlow Hall (Roosevelt History). In 1894 when she was ten, her father, whom she rarely ever saw passed because of alcoholism (Roosevelt Bio). When she was sent off to school in England to enroll at Allenwood Academy, she went in a shy and awkward child, but when she was taken under the wing of the headmistress of the academy, Mlle.
Joe Keels April 16, 2012 Ellen Foster Compare & Contrast When I first started reading the novel Ellen Foster you get the image of a poor white girl that family struggled, and from her mother who is very ill to a father who is an alcoholic. Secondly, throughout the novel there were lots of key points where we can compare and contrast the book from the movie. When starting the book you find out that Ellen lives with her mother and father, the house hold that she stays in is mainly ran by her now that her mother has become ill and dies of an overdose of taking too many pills. But when watching the film we saw her mother suddenly die of a stroke. Her father who plays one of the main parts in her life even though to her he
Amelia Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas on July 24, 1897. She had one little sister and her name was Muriel. Amelia’s mother, Amelia “Amy” Otis-Earhart, divorced her father when she was young. Her mother was not happy with her husband’s success as a lawyer. Amelia’s father, Edwin, remarried and had her little sister.
Mary Shelley was born in London in 1797 to intelligent parents. When Mary Shelley was 16 years old she decided to elope with a man named Percy Shelley who was a romantic poet. After a few years death had began to storm into her life, first she had a few miscarriages. Her only living child had also died and so did her half sister, and lastly Percy's first wife had died to suicide. When she went to vacation at Lord Byron's house, she and her colleagues would talk about different scientific things and the possiblitiy of reanimating the dead.
She was born premature, and born with polio. Her mom (my grandmother) was told that she wouldn’t be able to walk as she got older. Her mom left her in the hospital, and later o someone came and took her home for adoption. 4. How old was he or she at the time of the story?
He is an alcoholic and is slowing dying throughout the piece. Dodge is married to Halie. Dodge is ashamed of his wife for conceiving a child with their son Tilden, and is also ashamed of killing it. Halie is in her mid sixties. She is the wife and mother of the family.
This a secret story of an unwanted daughter, it is a memorable and enjoyable story. When Yen Jun-Ling is born her mother dies, and that is the catastrophe of her life. Not only does her father turn from the five children he had by his first wife when he marries again, but her three brothers and sister also despise Jun-Ling for being the cause of their own neglect. The third brother tells her: It all stems from our mama dying when you were born. Big sister and our two older brothers knew her better than I did.