He then offers a chance to make some money with Gatsby by working with Wolfshiem, who we find out is a shady figure, but this offer offends Nick. The day Gatsby and daisy are to meet it rains and Gatsby gets terribly nervous. At the beginning of the meeting it is terribly awkward. Then Nick goes to make some tea and leaves the two alone to come back to see them both so happy and daisy to the point of tears. The romance seems to be totally back and realizing that they no longer know Nick is there he leaves them be.
Janie is now in search for a husband who loves her and treats her special. She then meets Joe Starks whom is a shrewd and well dressed businessman. They get married and relocate to Eatonville, Florida where he uses his charisma and gift for gab to become Mayor. Through his success, she becomes a solid partner in their marriage which leaves her unhappy. After the unfortunate death of Joe, she moves on to a relationship with Vergible Woods known as “Tea Cake”, however Tea Cake is the man of her dreams who makes her feel loved and appreciated.
“The prince took her hand and danced with no other the whole day”. The dove seems to do good things… but only to Cinderella. To her spiteful stepsisters, “the white dove pecked their eyes out; two hollow spots were left like soup spoons.” They were also caught by the dove, cheating, cutting off their feet parts in order to fit the golden slippers. “The prince rode away until the white dove told him to look at the blood pouring forth.” Then the “other sister cut off her heel, but blood told as blood will.” The dove has given Cinderella another chance to be with the prince. The dove blessed Cinderella with the ‘happily ever after’ ending.
In Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem harms Mrs. Dubose by destroying her camellias. In anger over something she said about Atticus, Jem destroys every flower or bud in her garden. Scout goes after Walter Cunningham, an unassuming youngster who inadvertently gets Scout in trouble when she tries to explain to her teacher why Walter will not accept charity. She also has it out with Cecil Jacobs once in defense of Atticus, but at another point walks away from his insults so as not to disappoint her father. Scout pays back her cousin Francis for nasty comments he makes about Atticus by punching him in the face, though the reader can sympathize with her need to punish him for his mean streak and his manipulation that gets Scout into hot water when he blames her for the entire incident.
Diaz describes her brother as the leader of "dirty breasted women" who feed him "crushed diamonds and fire" metaphors for hookers and smoking Meth (Diaz 12). Her parents crying, watch from their window as her brother deals drugs from their front yard. She describes him like a king, "and like all bad kings he wore a crown, a green baseball cap turned backwards" an indication that he had "all the jewels [meth]/ a king could eat or smoke or shoot" (Diaz 30, 34-34). In the last stanza she describes her parents as helpless victims without legs ,arms or fingers to pray with or "to climb out of whatever dark belly my brother , the Aztec, their son, had fed them to" (Diaz 45-46). This last stanza depicts the depth of their pain and despair through metaphors.
After Candy has brought George to the barn to show him Curley’s wife, George leaves and Candy cries. What is the true source of Candy’s sadness and why? Compare the killing of Curley’s wife to the night Candy’s old dog was shot and killed by Carlson. 2. Death is the beginning and the culminating event in the chapter, but the killing of Curley’s wife is regarded with a lack of emotion by the characters, even less than the killing of the puppy or the shooting of Candy’s dog earlier in the book.
Scout succumbs to Aunt Alexandra’s urgings to be less of a tomboy and wear a dress. She witnesses the hypocrisy and racism of some of the members of the ladies’ Missionary Circle. Her return to school prompts reflections on Hitler, democracy and dictatorship, and the last part of the novel concerns Bob Ewell’s attempts to wreak havoc: his attempted burglary of Judge Taylor’s house and his attack on Jem and Scout after a Halloween pageant. Jem breaks his arm but is carried home. Bob Ewell dies of a knife wound.
As the play goes on, Macbeth begins to care less and less about who he kills and just starts killing all of the Thanes around him because he thinks that they are going to kill him. His life starts to fall apart and he goes to see the three witches for a second time. Macbeth even turns on his best friend, Banquo because he remembers the witches saying that Banquo’s children will someday hold the Scottish throne “Then prophet-like they hail’d him father to a line of Kings: Upon my head they placed a fruitless crown” (Macbeth Act 3 63-65). This proves that Macbeth no longer cares about the people who have been his friends and trusted allies for many years. All he now cares about is
She threatens Crooks and an argument develops. Crooks realises he can never really be part of George, Lennie and Candy's plan. Chapter 5: Next afternoon, Lennie accidentally kills the puppy that Slim had given him by petting it too much. He's sad. Curley's wife finds him and starts talking very openly about her feelings.
“While we admired he brought more and the soft rich heap mounted higher-shirts with stripes and scrolls and plaids in coral and apple green and lavender and faint orange with monograms of Indian blue”(98). This showcase is not even about shirts, but Gatsby showing off his materialistic property to impress Daisy. Daisy is a very shallow character and this is highlighted by her touring Gatsby’s house. Gatsby is lost in his search for pleasure and has lost his moral compass by this point in the novel. Daisy is a married woman and has a child, but neither Gatsby nor her see what they are doing is wrong.