Also, when Curley’s wife is talking to Lennie, Candy, and Crooks in Crooks bunk she states “I think I know where they all went even Curley”(37). Curley’s wife knows that her husband is unloyal to her when he goes with the workers to a cathouse. Because no other character in the novel shows jealousy and deceitful, Curley is a bad to be a good husband to his wife it makes her talk even with Lennie. Because Curley ignores his wife and does not let her talk to anybody, he takes part of the responsibility for his wife’s
Throughout the story the grandmother is always talking about Misfit and what he does. Even at Red Sammy’s place the grandmother has feelings of running into the bad guy misfit sooner or later. 2) When we first meet the grandmother what type of person is she? What do her various remarks reveal about her? Does she remain a static character or does she in any way change as the story goes on?
There are scenes where Llewelyn picks up a teenage hitch-hiker, and their conversations together. He gets a motel room for her next to his. (He does not intend to cheat on Carla with her, it's almost like he was just starved for some company.) This hitchhiker was replaced in the film with the brief scene of him talking to the woman by the pool. There's also more information about the shoot-out that kills Llewelyn.
An example of Evyn being unintelligent was when her so-called friends, Andrea’s group, calls her Evelyn and doesn’t talk to her unless it’s to ask about updates with Ajax, she doesn’t realize that they’re just using her. Evyn was also, very inconsiderate and selfish. She didn’t seem to notice how happy her father, Birdie was after he had proposed to Eleni. Evyn doesn’t seem to care what his father felt and made it harder for him. “Bounce” was an interesting book that showed problems that actually happen to 13 year olds.
Sourdis personality was very passive unlike her sister’s aggressive and active personality. For example, at the restaurant in the beginning of the story, she let a random man out his arm around her even though she felt distressed. Her sister, having the more aggressive personality did not hesitate to stab the man in the arm in protection of her sister. Another example is when Sourdi’s mom basically forced her to marry Mr. Chhay and not Duke because Mr. Chhay was rich. Although it all depends on the situation, I manage to make things happen and not wait for the “flow” to take control of what goes on in my life.
Even when she realises they are going the wrong way in supermarket she tells Lyn she thinks it is the other way but Lyn makes the decision. Principle: Support people’s rights to appropriate services Observation of Sue’s practice with Julie: When they are speaking about boots instead of sorting out some for Julie, Sue comments that her brother might have a pair. Observation of Maria’s practice with Lyn: They get an adapted bus for Lyn to the supermarket. Principle: Respect people’s privacy and right to confidentiality Observation of Sue’s practice with Julie: Put her on the spot in front of a complete stranger about her “time of the month”, which is a very personal subject. Observation of Maria’s practice with Lyn: Lyn says in the video that Maria treats her like any other human being and not like a disabled
She wakes to find a meal placed on an ugly silver tray before her, just enough to sustain life, just like every morning before. Placed there by a figure she can only see in passing, around a corner, walking through a door.... a figure that has become her only friend, and her only hate She could feel his presence while she slept, and occasionally she would feel his icy finger brushing her cheeks and his breath upon her skin, but when she awoke, there was never anyone there. What did he want from her? She could not understand what he wanted from her. Why did imprison her without making any contact?
One morning the governess is in the dining room preparing for lunch, she suddenly looks up to the stare of the deceased valet parker Peter Quint. As quoted by the (tclc 24 page 348) “Peter Quint was found by a laborer going to early work, stone dead on the road from the village”. She then have another blandly stare with Mr.Quint but this time she refuses to back now and have a intense star with him until he finally vanishes. Seeing these ghosts made Miss Jessel start to think was she the only one seeing these ghost or is anyone else witnessing these
In John Steinbeck’s, The Grapes of Wrath, many people carry out villainous acts; but the simple taking out of these deeds does not make these people villains. The excuse, “A guy’s gotta eat,” repeatedly appears throughout the novel in various forms and is often used to avoid the complicated questions that ethics and morals present when one carries out negative acts for the benefit of himself or his family. One example, towards the beginning of the story, is when Willy Feely knocks down the Joads’ home, exclaiming, “I got two little kids…I got a wife an’ my wife’s mother. Them people got to eat” (55). He is actually the son of one of the farmers in the area but went to work for the bank and the Sheriff later on for the money that they offered.
Eddie the boy, who asks Connie out to eat, treats her like an adult. He takes her to eat and then they spend time alone in an alley. In the alley he treats her very much like an adult but she won’t let him go all the way. It shows that Connie might think that she is an adult but truthfully she is still a child and not ready to cross the line to being a full adult. The other character that I feel really shows the theme is Arnold Friend.