And then she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck”(100). And so, she was dead. Well, this quote “I don't like curley. He ain't a nice fella” clearly means that Curley was rude and not nice to his wife. She did not have a lot of privileges like she couldn’t talk to anyone else but Curley because Curley would get mad.
One event in her past that influenced her behavior is her parents’ death. Abigail’s parents were beat to death with a bludgeon by Native Americans. As a result, she carries very scarring details of her past with her and has not been raised in a typical way. Not having her parents in her life deprived Abigail of learning life lessons and taking advice from a mother and father on a regular basis. The fact that her parents were killed right in front of her is also very traumatizing.
When someone is bargaining, the person will make secret pacts with God without regard to being religious. They become lost in a maze of “If only” or “What if” statements. Sally also feels that her life has ended and she has no reason to live. Sally admits that she feels guilty because she is still living and going on with life without her son. This is the depression stage, and is the fourth component in Kubler-Ross’s Five Stages.
This price is the lives of the workers. This has a physical effect on the town as many men continue to die due to the hazardous conditions of the pit and if they survive they are left with severe health problems like Margaret’s grandfather. He survived his years working in the pit but his lungs are so severely damaged that he needs to be hit on the back repeatedly to keep breathing. We see the effects of this when Margaret brings Neil home and her mother reminds her to ‘thump’ her grandfather on the back. The workers are also wounded continuously and the town’s people have come to fear the sound of the horn as it means that their loved ones could be dead or gravely injured.
Ruth and Idgie and Ruth were watching from the bridge. Idgie was Buddy’s younger sister and they were very close. Idgie started screaming. Idgie did not handle the death well, she was close to her brother and it was a sudden death. “A number of studies suggest that survivors of those who die sudden deaths, especially young survivors, have a more difficult time than people with advance warning.” (P60 Worden) It was a very traumatic death as well; she had to watch and was not able to help him.
(57) Thus, in Lizzie’s view, marriage may have nothing to do with love. Because she lost her mother in her very young age, she has no chance to understand what the true love is between parents, and it makes her develop a negative attitude towards marriage. She is afraid of marrying without love. This attitude can be found in her quarrel with her father about Johnny MacLeod. She believes “He is looking for a housekeeper and it isn’t
He himself is living by the money what gets form social welfare but compels Kam to give up her waitress job because the age gap between them make Lee constantly suspected his wife is unfaithful. All these make Lee gradually depressive and irascible. He eventually batter and rape Kam, until Kam be conscious of his husband will directly threatens her and children’s life. After once she expelled by Lee, she goes to find district council asks for help and be arranged to enter a hostel for women with her children. However, the social workers are not really helpful and do not realize how harsh of situation the family is in.
He held one of his wives at gunpoint, and beat his wives often, one instance even being during the week of peace. Him being abusive caused him and his wives not to be as close, as they feared him. When Ikemafuna was stabbed in the back by a machete, he yelled out to Okonkwo to save him but in fear of looking weak (which comes from his issues with his father) in front of his friends he finished off Ikemafuna. When Okonkwo killed Ikemafuna, it had a negative effect on his family and in the long run lead to his alienation from them. Not only did Okonkwo’s outbursts lead to his alienation from his family, but also from his community.
While taken to extremes, it is clear that this woman had no respect for her family – especially her children. Even though she loves her children and knows she herself will be hurt from their death, the pain that Jason her caused her is too much for her to bear. Too much, even, than the death of her offspring. “CHORUS: But to kill your own children – will you have the heart for that, lady? MEDEA: Yes, it is by doing so that I shall hurt my husband most.
In the novel falling from grace a main character, Ted is shown to make very poor decisions that lead to devastating consequences some of these decisions that lead to devastating consequences some of these decisions include, leaving grace, not telling kip he found her, giving kip alcohol and being untruthful with the police. Ted made a very poor decision by leaving grace and the consequences were that grace almost died, grace has hyperthermia and her family were concerned and worried about her. ‘I hear water on my skin. It’s wet. I can’t see.