‘bah!’ said scrooge, ‘humbug!’. The ghost shows him and his sister and starts to realise how much family made him happy, scrooge feels very happy when he sees his sister ‘so she had cried’ which shows he hasn’t seen his sister in a long time. Scrooge acts miserly and miserable when his clerk asks for a little more money for Christmas. ‘let me hear another sound for you’ said scrooge ‘and you’ll keep your Christmas by losing your situation’. The ghost takes him back to fezziwigs party, scrooge cried out in excitement ‘why it’s old fezziwig!
At one point in the story Frome kisses Mattie. This shows the ultimate betrayal. Once he kisses Mattie it is considered cheating on his wife. “What is it-what is it? She stammered; but he had found her lips at last and was drinking unconsciousness of everything but the joy they gave him.” (Pg 67) At this point, Mattie and Frome finally enjoy their first kiss.
Its all fun and games until the woman’s boyfriend shows up, and John is left to repair the awkwardly tattered situation. Lets just say the boyfriend was slightly offended by Doug's sexual reactions to his girl. While John tries to hold Doug’s mouth, the puppet tries with all his might to get one last word out. When the couple leaves, the woman steals the lint roller for a memento. As she leaves the scene the puppet asks John, “ You think I have a shot with her?
Other under forgettable moments are when the son tells his father of being taunted by his playmates, Phil’s childlike terror at his mother’s heart attack, Kathy’s reaction when Phil reveals the “angle” for his magazine series, Phil’s helpless rage at the “restricted” resort hotel, the scene with Anne and the unconscious bigot in the cocktail bar, Dave’s conversation with Kathy about her passive disapproval of “nice” anti-Semites. In the beginning of the movie we, the viewers, are positioned to accept the “father”, the central character, as kind and generous. The movie starts off with Phillip Greenwood talking to his son at a park, just like any ordinary father. Philip is a reporter that was offered a job in New York to publish a series on anti-Semitism for a
It was new year’s eve 2008 in Hayward, California and Oscar girlfriend Sophia, reminded him about getting caught with another woman and he responses by saying it is over with and promises all he wants. The director try’s show that Oscar was a changed man by adding caring loving father scenes like dressing his daughter in the kitchen, brushing the teeth, dropping his daughter off to day care. Other scenes he was an obedient son the dialogue between him and his mall when he was on a cell phone and driving his car, and the market scene where he helps the white girl by calling grandma Bonnie and helping the dog that got hit a car makes them seem like a humanitarian. After finding out Oscar lost his job, he gets called from his sister Chantey, who needs to borrow $300 to make rent. No job rent is due for the month, Oscar dilemma sell could be solved by selling marijuana but the director gives the
In "The Approximate Size of My Favorite Sharif2 Tumor", (Sherman Alexie) tells how one man tries to use humor to deny the reality of his terminal cancer. He shows how humor can be taken too far. This story demonstrates how humor can destroy one part of your life as it helps you cope with another. Trying to look at it in different perceptive, jimmy has a terminal cancer and he dearly loves his wife watching the people you love go through stages of knowing you’re going to die is very depressing. what jimmy did was humor the people around him, seeing the his wife smile even though he was ill made him happy although Norma hated that he jokes a lot about his tumor.
It is also clear that Dave and Gail are falling for each other. Dave even tried to pretend he cooked catfish to impress her. Once she was even going to apologise to Dave for giving him a hard time but she saw him gambling and getting drunk again and so she stormed away. At one part of the film towards the end, Kay is getting ready for her date with a black fellow and Gail states ‘going out with a black fellow won’t make you any blacker’ and Kay punches Gail and she does back. Gail rushes out.
Paul illustrates love towards many characters throughout the novel. As he matures he learns the difference between lust and love as he shows with Megan and Rosie. He had sex with Megan to explore sexual curiosities although comes to realise that nothing can stop the love he has for Rosie ‘"I glanced at her ... with each breath”. He also shows that his dislike for Keller at the start of the novel slowly fades as he learns about his life experiences through-out the story and he begins to appreciate what Keller had done for him., "Mourning for a great man, yes, but also mourning for myself – for times and possibilities that will never come again." He shows that he loved Keller at the end of the novel when he was in the hospital just after Keller passed and he “slipped my arm underneath his head-almost weightless, empties of life and mind and thought- and kissed him.” Another one of Paul’s personality traits is never being quite perfect and always that
She was in favor of the story that was making him laugh before she even heard it.” Their eyes were watching God is a novel written by Zora Neale Hurston. We see the main character’s quest for love. Janie is the protagonist of this novel. Janie finally finds her true love after two marriages. She meets Tea Cake her love of her life in an afternoon when the whole town left to watch a game including Hezekiah a seventeen year old boy that helps Janie around the store.
The two of them are the only remaining children of the Clutters still living at home. Many refer to her as ‘the town darling’. She is dating – and claims to be in love with – Bobby Rupp, the star of the high school basketball team. This is a point of disputation between Nancy and her father, who wishes she would break off the relationship, since Bobby is Catholic, and the Clutters are Methodist. Nancy spends her last day baking a cherry pie with her young neighbour, instructing another girl in music, and caring for her horse, Babe.