Penelope has to trick the thirty suitors staying in her house but she never falls in for their trickery. Penny, Everett’s wife is a different story, she has only become interested in one suitor who she has actually decided to marry. While the wedding date is scheduled, Everett has to stop the wedding from happening before it’s too
She describes her old town “a dusty little Muskogee County nowhere called Braggs.”(155) she knew her and the family’s lives had changed one morning during breakfast. When they are sitting down for breakfast her father hears a loud noise and starts shooting at a crow. His mother is shocked, and runs outside screaming “Pat, you might ought to check, but I don’t think they do that here!”(155) to her father’s surprise, the neighborhood they moved in did not think of shooting crows as a “national pastime” (155). For this reason, Sarah likes her new Bozeman house. When Sarah was
Every time her uncle and aunts go visits her she always gets sad when they have to leave because of the goodbyes. Although most of the time his flights are delayed, she decides to stay home instead of going along to drop him and leaves, her father tells her that her uncle said he will never forget them. Furthermore, she talks about the day she turned fifteen and how they did not have enough money to celebrate like most girls with a quincenera but instead they have a gathering of 6 people to celebrate. Their budget is tight but her mom still decides to buy what her daughter deserves and nothing lower. She has a fun memory despite the struggle of being poor.
Taylor Jenkins Independent Novel Test 6th period Feburary 7th 2013 Raisin in the Sun The character Walter is a very greedy and cowardly, his father has passed away recently and he wants to spend his father inheritance money. He wants to invest the money in a liquor store and have a partner or a friend go in on the deal with him to help him out. His family is affected greatly by this because all they want to do is have a better lifestyle and move out of the projects. He has a son named Travis, a wife named Ruth and a sister named Beneatha. His mother lives with them in their apartment and far as Walter knows is that his mother will be receiving the money and giving it out how she wants to.
During the trial of Tom Robinson, Scout notices that even if Mayella was lying in court during her testimony, “she must have been the loneliest person in the world” (191). Mayella always asked Tom Robinson to come over to her house and help her fix things or chop things down just because she wanted a friend. She was always lonely in the house since her siblings were too young to be her friend and no one in Maycomb wanted to be her friend since the Ewells had a bad reputation. Furthermore, Scout got to literally put herself in Boo Radley’s shoes; a man who stayed in his “haunted” home all day. When she was leaving Boo Radley’s house from walking him home because he had saved her life, she noticed “to her left of the brown door was a long shuttered window.
Edna lives at home with her yellow cat Eddie. She is also forty-years-old and has been married once. Edna’s ex husband left her because he wanted cable TV. Every now and again Edna has trouble sleeping and will take a trip to the twenty-four hour Wal-Mart in town. Most people in Bovary do not like the twenty-four hour Wal-Mart because it is “encouraging people to stay up all night.” But Edna does not feel that way.
When Gregor woke up that morning from a bad dream, he saw that he changed into a hideous insect. Gregor's father persona consists of all the three traits from Freuds personality theory when comparing him to the rest of the characters, which he demonstrates in many scenario. Gregor’s father represents the id, which is defined as seeking acknowledgement from others and being oblivious to the world around him and its condition and demand. By mopping around and acting like a child and not responding to his daughter's questions at the dinner table. For example, His daughter often asked her father if he wants a beer.
Childhood memories were illustrated in stories by the brothers. They even participated in snagging a Nome they hated as children together and acted like pirates to have a good time. Dominoes was a game that was played in their kitchen to pass the time. Overall, the two brothers had a good time together after not seeing each other for 5 years and the play ended without telling the audience if Malcolm made his decision to stay or leave. The play gave the impression that family is important and should be the most valued in any situation.
This differs from “sea Oak” which is about a young male stripper who plays the male role in the family, they live in poor projects where there is a lot of turmoil. The happy go lucky narrator is “haunted” by his aunt, who when alive worked double shifts and never complained, she never even got married because she had to work, however when she came back to haunt the narrator she was very nasty “You , mister, are going to start showing your cock. You go up to a lady, if she’ll pay to see it, I’ll make a thumbprint on the forehead. I’ll try to get you five a day, at twenty bucks a pop. So a hundred bucks a day.” (Saunders, 112).
She acts as a mother to Jem and Scout. The passage that occurs when Walter Cunningham is having dinner with the Finches really shows the motherly instinct in Calpurnia. “’But he’s gone and drowned his dinner in syrup,’ I protested, ‘He’s poured it all over – It was then that Calpurnia requested my presence in the kitchen. She was furious…’There’s some folks who don’t eat like us,’ she said, ‘but you ain’t called on to contradict ‘em at the table when they don’t. That boy’s you comp’ny and if he wants to eat the table cloth you let him, you hear?’” (32).