Townsfolk, from seeing the couple together, begin to think that they will marry and everything seems normal, until Homer disappears. Weeks pass and Emily is not coming outside as much as she used to. Their is a bad stench around the house that the towns men have to deal with during the night. Everyone thought that Emily became depressed. Few years go by and Emily is seen less and less until she does not come out of the house at all.
“Oh alright, Mr. Tate thinks I might be able to take over the station someday when he retires,” he says with a big grin and puffing out his chest like a rooster. Jem didn’t get to play football like he wanted to after that life changing night with Mr. Ewell. He healed alright but his arm was never the same. Jem ended up marrying his high school sweetheart right out of school and instead of moving into Finch Landing, he moved into Mrs. Dubose old house, which was in probate for years until
Although he was young, he wanted more than he could handle. Lawrence met Flossie Wentworth and decided she was the one. He decided to get out of the mob and start a serious life with Flossie. On June 17, 1903, they got married and moved to Las Angeles, California. Now in California, the Exeterfamily bought a beautiful mansion.
Nobody in the family had talked to Royal in decades until he found that Etheline was considering marrying another man in which case he told her that he was dying in order to try to get back in the family but truthfully trying to stop the marriage. In the film the parents have very unique parenting styles as well as many forms of symbolism which I will be discussing a few of these. Royal and Etheline had very different teaching styles which took two different extremes. Royal had almost completely deserted the children and had almost no involvement in their lives. That is except for Richie who had become a professional tennis player very young.
In her story we learn a little history: she doesn’t really like her husband, life, or children, except for Jewel, only because he is the illegitimate child of the minister, Whitfield. Jewel has always been a special kid, especially when he worked every night for a month working a neighbor’s fields to buy himself a horse. Jewel loves horses, but loves the one that he bought for just himself. Narrations come back to the journey to Jefferson. Anse decides that pouring cement all over Cash’s leg will help the break, smart huh?(*sarcasticly).
Every time her uncle and aunts go visits her she always gets sad when they have to leave because of the goodbyes. Although most of the time his flights are delayed, she decides to stay home instead of going along to drop him and leaves, her father tells her that her uncle said he will never forget them. Furthermore, she talks about the day she turned fifteen and how they did not have enough money to celebrate like most girls with a quincenera but instead they have a gathering of 6 people to celebrate. Their budget is tight but her mom still decides to buy what her daughter deserves and nothing lower. She has a fun memory despite the struggle of being poor.
He could feel like he’s in unequal marriage, where George has all the responsibilities. Curley’s Wife is definitely no happy and very lonely since she is living in her father-in-laws house. She thinks she has missed her opportunities in life by living with Curley and a ‘band of lonely men’. She even tries to get a bit of companionship by flirting and talking with the men on the ranch but when she does is comes back on her horribly. No one on the ranch can get the key to not being lonely; the men on the ranch use all their money on the brothel every Saturday night but it doesn’t stop them being lonely, Lennie and George think that having their own place would solve ‘everything’.
“Crooks had reduced himself to nothing” (89). As Candy and Lennie leave Crooks’ room he tells them to forget about him going with them, he wouldn’t want to go to a place like that. He gained hope for less than an hour and lost it as soon as one woman “put him in his place.” All the other men up until that point continued to hope that one day things could get better, Crooks did not, and this isolates him. He tells Lennie “Nobody never gets to heaven, and nobody gets no land. It’s just all in their heads
Nature of the Conflict This conflict is over where this family is going to live. When Randy told Jennifer that he would like the entire family to move to Denver the conflict was triggered into mutual awareness. The following is a dialogue between Randy and Jennifer, taken from Wilmot &Hocker (2011), as they express their distress with one another: Randy: Jen, I miss you and the kids, and I hate being a weekend dad. It only makes sense for us all to move to Denver. I’m making enough money now that you can go back to school after a year or so.
Her powerless status at the beginning of the play can be best described with her conversation with her uncle Parris “She may be. And yet it has troubled me that you are now seven months out of their house, and in all this time no other families has ever called for your service.”(Miller 12). The significances of the quote is that it shows that even her Uncle doesn’t believe that she is anything more than a petty worker with no power, and from this point she takes the words and uses them to drive herself to power. From this point on in the story Abigail is on a hunger for power and will do anything for if it means abusing the good in people. After that seen the happenings of the witch trial hit Salem and it’s people hard, and Abigail sees this as a way of getting her power and begins to accuse some of the good people in Salem like Elizabeth Proctor and