Sixty years later, Sarah’s tragic story intertwines with that of middle aged reporter, Julia. Sarah’s Key follows Julia’s investigation into the Vel’ d’Hiv Roundup where Jewish families where arrested and taken to a bicycle stadium and then shipped to Auschwitz. In her research, Julia stumbles onto a trail of hidden secrets, secrets that will change the life of her and many others that link to Sarah Starzynski. During the middle of the night on July 16th, Sarah who refused let the French police harm her little brother Michel, locks him in their hiding place, a secret cabinet in their room. She tells him she would come back for him and is then taken away with her parents in local street cars to an old bicycle stadium.
In the play, the women take matters into their own hands by hosting a sex strike; they are determined to win the war by themselves. Lysistrata is seen to be the leader of this great adventure and a whole new look on anti-war gestures are seen. Aristophanes makes the play about making war, and not making love. The sex strike is strung out for six days, at the Acropolis. Overall, the women were upset that their men were never home, thus making an unbalance in their family, leading to an unbalance in society.
Is also known as unsinkable, and it was unsinkable on its departure on April 10th, 1912. And on its epic journey, a poor artist named Jack Dawson and a rich girl Rose DeWitt Bukater fall in love, until one night, their fairy tale love for one another turns into a struggle for survival on a ship about to founder to the bottom of the North Atlantic. Rose leaves her fiancé Caledon Hockley for this poor artist, but when the Titanic collides with the iceberg on April 14th, 1912, and then when the ship sinks on April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 in the morning, Jack dies and Rose survives and 84 years later Rose tells the story about her life on Titanic to her granddaughter and friends on the Keldysh and explains the first sight of Jack that falls into love, then into a fight for survival. When Rose gets saved by one lifeboat that comes back, they take her to the Carpathia with the six saved with Rose and the 700 people saved in the lifeboats. The Carpathia immigration officer asks Rose what her name is and she loved Jack so much she says her name is not Rose DeWitt Bukater, but her name is Rose Dawson.
Then road home to his wife and told her what happened. Lady Macbeth heard the story and desires the crown for him and wants to kill Duncan in order for him to be crown King. So late at night, she persuades him on killing the king and she drugs the chamberlin so they'll knock out. ( having someone to blame on the kings death) While Duncans asleep, Macbeht goes in for the kill despite his hallucination with a bloody dagger and supernatural effects. After Duncan's death has ben found out, he killed the two chamberlins for their "crime" and gets the kingship.
Around this time the ruler of Munchkinland, Nessarose, who is also a Witch, is killed by Dorothy's house when it falls out of the sky during a tornado. Elphaba attends the funeral and has a brief reuniting with Glinda who is now a Witch. The two quarrel about politics and Nessa's shoes, which Glinda has given to Dorothy. Elphaba and Glinda part ways on bad terms. During a meeting with the Wizard, Elphaba discovers he is from another world.
From early 1929 Anderson lived with Annie Burr Jennings, a wealthy Park Avenue spinster happy to host someone she supposed to be a daughter of the Tsar. For 18 months Anderson was the prize of New York people. Then a pattern of self-destructive behavior began that accumulated in her throwing tantrums, killing her pet parakeet, and on one occasion running around naked on the roof. On July 24, 1930, Judge Peter Schmuck of the Supreme Court signed an order committing her to a mental hospital. She immigrated to the United States in 1968, and shortly before the expiry of her visa married Jack
Jane grows jealous, as she believes Jennie is secretly trying to do the same. On the last day of their stay, the Narrator decides that she has the perfect opportunity to free the woman in the wallpaper. After the room is emptied, she locks herself inside of it and demands to be left alone. Tearing free the wallpaper, she enters full psychosis, and takes on the persona of the woman in the wallpaper. When her husband returns that evening, he finds her creeping madly across against the wall.
All of them were dancing around the kettle. Tituba and Ruth were conjuring the spirits of Ruth dead brothers and sister because Mrs. Putman wanted to know who killed them. Abigail drank chicken blood because she wanted to kill John Proctor wife. Betty was trying to fly because she wants to go to her mom. We don’t know why Mercy and Mary Warren were there.
In the emotional winds her domestic trials were borne far and wide so that she sang as she drove homeward” (Hurston). In the end Sykes' own abusive actions throughout the story wind up being his downfall. When the snake that Sykes uses to scare Delia gets loose and bites him, the sun rises steadily during his dying process. This sun rise is symbolic of the virtue of Delia being victorious over all the negativity and evil that Sykes represents. When Sykes is dead, the sun has finally risen.
It all starts in the graveyard at night and Dracula sucks Lucy's blood infecting her. Lucy can be seen as the flirtatious type as she tells Mina of her abundance of fiancés. She says, "Here am I, who will be twenty in September, and yet I never had a proposal till to-day, not a real proposal, and to-day I have had three. Just fancy! Three proposals in one day!"