In the story, Parker went back to his wife Lynn. Parker was mad at her because she crossed him during the heist with Mal. Lynn was talking about how she kept on wishing that she wished that she was dead instead of Parker. Parker told her to take pills to overdose herself. The next morning, Parker finds his wife dead which makes him angry.
Maria’s mother acts fast and hides Maria and Alberto in the hole her father made for their safety. Maria’s mother scarifies herself for the safety of her children. If Maria’s mother went into the hole with them the Contras would of notice the untouched breakfast on the table and would search for them and kill them all. By Maria’s mother staying behind the Contras thought they got everyone in the house and would not search for Maria and Alberto. Trauma begins when Maria hears everything from the hole and the torturing and screaming of her mother.
She is a temptress who disturbs the fraternity of the men, for whenever she enters the bunkhouse, or at least stands in the doorway, preventing the men's passage, Curley's wife is a source of tension: The men worry that they will succumb to her physical allure; they worry that Curley will appear and become jealous and enraged against them. Once she has tempted Lennie, he sins and kills her--albeit accidentally. At any rate, the death of Curley's wife is the end of the "dream" for Lennie and George and Candy. There can be no Eden for them as George must kill Lennie before he is caught and his soul destroyed. With the death of the child-like Lennie, the innocent dream of having a ranch is also
The whole thing takes place just for Delia’s submissiveness. If Delia has been audacious from earlier the whole situation would not take place. At the end Delia needs to use violence to get rid from her cruel husband. Delia, who really cares for her beloved husband, finally lets the snake free in the house for Sykes and when Sykes lastly screams when the snake assails him, Delia does not pay any attention of his screaming. One of Hurston's central preoccupations in "Sweat" is the problem of oppression within the black community.
Celie is a woman who from the young age of 14 was raped, had to children by her daddy, and lost her mother. Nobody in the world loves Celie but her sister Nettie. To Celie’s dismay Nettie has to run away after being nearly raped by her father, and Celie’s new husband known as Mr.____. Mr.____ continuously beats and emotionally abuses Celie through the story. Celie begins to fall in love with Shug Avery Mr.____'s mistress who is known as the towns whore while this happens Mr._____'s eldest son Harpo falls in love with Sofia.
Dewey Dell for example only wishes to travel to town in order to receive an abortion. She hardly has time to grieve for her mother, more consumed by the guilt and fear of her sin being known to the rest of the world. Through the journey she transforms from an ignorant and desperate girl into a manipulative, obsessive, and traitorous figure. Knowing that Darl knows of her pregnancy because of his innate ability to look into people`s hearts and see into their deepest secrets is what compelled her to tell Gillipse that he burnt the barn down. She is one of the biggest advocates to put him in a mental institution thereby ensuring no one would believe a word he said if perhaps he was to give her away.
69 of The Glass Castle when the dad was blaming mom for everything that happened. “How did this become my problem? Why aren’t you helping?” It showed that male expected women to do everything. 4. Images of Women was show in The Glass Castle when Billy raped Jeanette and she had no control over him.
Alyson started to argue with her sister more often than before. As a result, both Alyson and her sister stopped talking to each other and now they tried to avoid each other. After a short time, Alyson’s sister couldn’t stand her anymore so she moved out because of her. The dream that the two of them had of growing up next to each other has now come to an end because Alyson can’t reason with her anymore. Alyson’s drugs addiction kept getting worse that she started to steal her sick father’s medication.
The way John creates a sudden fear in his wife which provokes her to startle and hide her journal speaks volumes of his influence over her life. Gilman’s use of symbolism first begins to take flight when the woman in her story suddenly begins to notice the wallpaper. It becomes evident only through her use of symbolism that controlling men trap women from all of their potential. The wallpaper in her story symbolizes women who have long been repressed by such men, and by society. Gilman demonstrates this very notion in the slightest ways, such as when the woman first describes the wallpaper as if it had been used by a room of boys: “The paint and paper look as if a boy’s school had used it.