The successive day, Lennie accidentally kills his puppy in the barn, and Curley's wife came to see Lennie because she knew she could get company from Lennie while the others were outside. She tells him that life with Curley is a disappointment and thinks that she should’ve followed her dream of becoming a movie star. Lennie tells her that he loves petting soft things, and she offers to let him feel her hair. So Lennie pets Curley's wife's hair and gets a little too rough and when Curley's wife starts to struggle, he gets confused and hold even tighter. When she starts to yell, Lennie gets more and more confused as to what to do.
This left a frightful young boy with only one prerogative; to protect his precious little sister. The children were spared only to be cannibalized when the food in the house ran out. Unbeknown to Hannibal, he was given the sustenance of his little sister in the form of a broth, so he too could be consumed by his captors however, he managed to escape only to be scarred for life by the ordeal. As a child, Lector began to exhibit the signs of sociopathic behavior in the form of pathological lying and the torture of animals without compunction. At the State run cash poor institution young Lector did not receive the psychiatric care or emotional support he desperately needed at the orphanage nor the understanding of his condition.
“Today I chased a rat about the hall with a broom and set the broom afire, ruined my embroidery, threw it in the privy, ate too much for dinner, hid in the barn and sulked, teased littlest kitchen boy until he cried, turned the mattress, pinched Perkin, and went to bed” (Cushman 3). This shows how masculine Catherine acted compared to the other women who spun neatly and weaved baskets. Other characters such as her mother, sees her as a un –respectful, un-lady like girl: and her father despises her. “I can feel my father’s eyes following me about the hall, regarding me as he would a new warhorse or a bull bought for breeding” (Cushman 3). The second most main character is Catherine’s father, Lord Rollo.
I return to the kitchen to oversee if the next meal is being prepared, I see that it is and leave to the atrium to inspect the cleanliness. There is a bit of dirt that I clean up. After my mistress orders me to go make all the beds. I start with her and my master’s sleeping chamber. I take my time making their bed perfect because otherwise they get upset and I am left without food for the day.
On page 340 she even tries communicating with him saying things like “Come on over here, you old dung beetle!” and “Just look at that old dung beetle!” (Kafka). Kafka even goes as far as saying that she probably meant these statements in a friendly way. Even Grete treats him somewhat like an unwanted house pet by just giving him food like he was the family’s dog that was a present they never wanted. The peculiar responses of the family are humorous because they are so unrealistic. Gregor is a giant
Huck Finn introduces himself as the narrator at the outset of the story. He starts off at the Widow’s in Missouri, where he’s "getting’ sivilized" by her and her sister Miss Watson, who try to teach him manners and religion and also send him to school. But Huck spends time with his imaginative friend Tom Sawyer playing pranks on people like Jim, Miss Watson’s slave. Curiously, the boys generally ignore the fact that each of them still has $6,000 that they found in a cave (in Mark Twain’s previous novel, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer). When Huck gets a bad feeling (in the superstitious sense), he signs all his money over to Judge Thatcher.
Daniel don’t tell Granddad about he’s relation to Frank (Baker girl) because he knows granddad is in love in her. Daniel gets thrown out of his portacabin because he can not pay the rent, and then he get a job as a guinea pig on the sleep clinic and then he have a place to sleep. A night Frank is on the sleep clinic with Daniel, granddad discovers them and gets really angry and firer Daniel as guinea pig. Daniel and Frank take a drive out to Frank's grandmother and she dies, and then they take over her old house. Frank become pregnant and Daniel don’t think he is ready to get a child and he fled in panic, and take a flight to Spain.
AP English Literature January 29, 2013 “Sunshine” Even though he is attacked by something he knows as his loving pet, the young boy from Christopher Fisher’s essay “Scars” -on the topic of “Sunshine”- is left feeling guilty, despaired, and mournful for his late rooster, Sunshine. His father unsympathetically executes his pet and his mother briskly prepares him to be cooked for dinner by "plucking Sunshine in the kitchen sink, dropping fistfuls of bright yellow feathers,” which left the boy in a state of sorrow to “slouch[ed] off to his bedroom to cry.” He promises himself that he will not eat, calling it “cannibalistic” and “obscene,” that outlines his dedication to his departed friend. But, when he sits down at the table and watches his family “feast on mashed potatoes, peas, corn, hot biscuits, and fried Sunshine,” he feels hunger arise inside of him, showing that despite his feelings for his pet, he is lured by his appetite. “Don’t give in! He was your friend!” he tells himself in an attempt to subside his cravings for his pet, but it is to no avail.
Iago and Rodrigo are asking Brabantio if his family is within the house and if the doors are locked. Iago states that Brabantios heart is bursted and he lost half of his soul because "an old black ram is tupping your white ewe." (pg.5 #87) At this point he finds out that Desdamona is sleeping with Othello and he is upset because he did not find out through her, but through Iago and Rodrigo. Brabanzio seems Desdamona as daddies little girl. It seems as though he wants to shelter her and Brabanzio is very busy being a senator but wants so spend time with her and coddle her.
As the husband tries to tell his ex wife how he still feels about her, he becomes frustrated because he is limited by his new, slower functioning, brain. As time passes the man becomes more birdlike. His thoughts change swiftly between his wife and her lovers to the toys in his cage and flying away. Although the husband realizes that he should have talked to his wife of his feelings, and worries of her cheating while he was human, he never fully gets over his jealous tendencies. As he first dies while spying on a new man he suspects his wife is cheating upon him with, he fails to learn his lesson and continues to be jealous of every new man he sees her with.