Marian said she felt fortunate to have found refuge. On the other hand, Nadia was 17 years old, her husband cut off her nose and ear while she was sleeping, she has undergone six operations and need more. Nadia said "I don't know anything about happiness". Another girl Gulsum, was kidnapped by her father, who was estranged from her mother, was forced to marry the son of her father's lover. Her husband and her mother- in- law beat her and threatened to kill
The foster mother of the second home was a very mean, cruel and verbally abusive to April. They would say things to April and she started to believe that they were true, like her parents been drunks and not wanting her or her sister anymore, telling her that First Nations people were dirty and thief’s. April graduates from school and had good grades in her classes. She then marries and moves away to start her life with her husband. After been married for some time she ends up having issues in her marriage.
She has her GED and lives with her two children and boyfriend. She was referred to the outpatient clinic by her in-patient psychiatrist for continued psychiatric evaluation and treatment. K states that: “ no matter what medications they put me on I end up in the hospital twice a year. My highs are my lows. I fly so fast that I end up paranoid and out of it.” As per K; she was sexually abused by an uncle at age 15.
Her biological father is still unknown. Life/ Career Highlights * Her mother was seen to be mentally unstabled and was placed under the care of family friend Ida and Wayne Bolender at birth. * At the age of 9, she was sent to live with her Great Aunt Grace McKee, who encouraged her to be an actress. * At the age of 16, Monroe signed with the Blue Book Modeling Agency. * She was married at the age of 16 to Jim Doughterty, known as an all- American young man.
Jean Valjean is released after 19 years as he was convicted for stealing bread. He is very cynical till he met a Bishop to stay for a night. Valjean decided to move on and became the mayor after 9 years. Inspector Javert recognises him and tries to reveal who he is. Fantine a factory worker is fired because she has a bastard child due to her now being jobless a prostitute and became sick.
The County Sheriff got wind of this and locks up baker and her friend for illegally running this lewd house for gentlemen and interracial relationships was illegal. Baker was sent to a workhouse for several months she was chained to men at this workhouse which was located in Milledgeville, Georgia. Baker had three children by the time she was in her forties. Baker move in with her mother after her tour of run in with the law. Baker became an alcoholic after the people in her community talked and look down on her.
Brought up by her grandparents, she found herself the victim of rampant childhood sexual abuse at the hands of her grandfather. She never knew any normal familial relations and became pregnant as a result of rape when she was just 14—she claimed that her brother was the father of her child. Exposed to sexual activities at a very tender age she began providing sexual favors in exchange for food, drugs, and cigarettes when she was nine years old. Thrown out of her grandparents’ home as a teenager she began eking out a life as a prostitute. She later started robbing and killing men sequentially earning the notoriety of being the first female American serial killer.
Oscar’s demasculization begins when, at the age of seven, he is ‘caught’ crying over a girl. Prior to this event, Oscar was viewed in the community as a “little Rubirosa,” a Dominican playboy who slept with the most beautiful and rich women in the world. He even was able to maintain a relationship with two girls at the same time for a week before being forced to choose and being subsequently dumped by the girl he chose. His mother advocates the use of violence to assert his dominance over the girl, yet Oscar would never fight. Yunior says, “It wasn’t just that he didn’t have no kind of father to show him the masculine ropes, he simply lacked all aggressive and martial tendencies,” referring to this situation (15).
Then, two years into our marriage, I found out he was cheating on me. He left me for a girl fresh out of high school. I was heartbroken. After I had served him with divorce papers a month later, he told me that he loved me and wanted his family back. I foolishly believed him and ripped up the divorce papers.
He married Isabella to place himself an heir of Thrushcross Grange. This made Catherine being seriously ill with jealousy and died giving birth to Cathy junior. In part one of The Reader, Michael Berg was a hepatitis-struck teen and Hanna came into the story as a woman assisting him home. Months later when he came back to thank her, he became attracted to her and they began an erotic affair, despite their age difference. Hanna asked Michael to read aloud to him.