When George is skeptical about someone he tries to smooth out the issue or avoid any problems before they get worse. George sees Curley as a threat to Lenny. He worries that if Curley pushes Lenny around, Lenny will be forced to hurt Curley and they could possibly lose their jobs. In contrast, Curley goes out of his way to try to provoke a fight. When a fight is unavoidable, Curley becomes nervous and backs out, and acts "yella as a frog belly".
Mr. Wright was killing her slowly but surely and she had no choice but to deal with the agony he put her through. During this time period woman who talked bad on their husbands were looked bad upon. So she had no choice but to keep to herself, even though she probably wouldn’t have anyway because of her humble personality. Mrs. Wright had purchased a songbird which she grew deeply in love with. The bird brought her much more than music, but finally she had some sort of joy and happiness.
In the story we learn that Pete falls for a girl who is out of his league. She is popular. “All the boys are crazy about her, but she didn’t even notice me.” Pete on the other hand is shy and timid; he goes unnoticed, just as the character Sucker does. This leads me to ask myself, “Why wouldn’t Pete make an imaginary self to look up to? Well, he has no older brothers to look up to.” Pete allows himself to get angry at his imaginary self.
Nenny believes if you do not get hips you turn into a man. Esperanza fears her sister being made fun of so she comes to her defense saying that hips are scientific and that bones tell you the difference between man and woman. As they continue to play double-dutch, they decide as a group to make up their own individual rhymes. Everyone is able to complete this task except for Nenny. The innocence of young girls is shown in this vignette.
This states that he cares about Frog when he goes out looking for him and when he realises Frog is in trouble, he helps him out and sticks up for him which shows he is a true friend. This can also be seen in A walk to remember as Landon Carter has a romantic relationship with a girl his never noticed before to wanting to be with her. This clearly shows
A failure to understand what happens literally inevitably leads to an interpretive misunderstanding. Look for syntactical units (complete sentences rather than line by line – punctuation is your first clue!) However many sentences there are in the poem should roughly equal how many sentences of paraphrase you have. Remember, paraphrase is not summary. the evening before im clearing up my howard johnsons womens area when unexpectedly this frog appears probably came from the drain swimming about and attempting to go up the edge of the basin then I decide to flush it down but then he says sohelpmegod and begins to converse something about a round golden ball and the way I can turn into a princess a princess in me so then I am surprised out of my mind and the frog states please kiss me only one time on the nose then I shriek you small green disgusting thing then I proceed to strike it with a mop and I had to flush the toilet three times in me some princess 4.
• ‘You aint ruined’ – sense that she is envious that the other farm girl can be no naive (could remind herself of her). Now she is seen as a second class citizen and cannot marry or have a family because she is married • ‘You blue and bleak face could’ - unhealthy because she is unhappy because she has no life or status DIDNT TAKE WHAT THEY WERE DOING SERIOUSLY • Although the reader is like to feel sorry for the poet, ‘we played’ tells us that she saw her loves as a game. Could suggest that she liked all the attention. • She saw them as toys too, ‘my hurdy gurdy monkey men’ • Now she realises what she has done wrong and is has set in she still shows now sign of sorrow, ‘o you didn’t know I’d been ruined’ the breezy tone is heavily ironic. • ‘You aint ruined’ – suggesting she was like her and wanted all these clothes and privileges
When the goblins learn that Lizzie does not plan to eat the fruit herself, they throw her money back at her and verbally and physically abuse her, pinching and kicking, tearing at her clothing, and smearing the juice and pulp of their fruit on her. Lizzie refuses to open her mouth and returns home with the penny in her purse. She invites her sister to suck the juices from her body, which Laura does. The juice of the goblin fruit now tastes bitter to Laura, and she wiggles in pain from having consumed it. But the cure works.
However, it was a sad result when his fountain he built was not enough to change the mind of the girl he waited so long for. The beautiful woman ran back to a man of money and prominence because she could not see Viktor as a member of her own “in-group”. In some ways she discriminated and used every excuse as a scapegoat reason for why she and Viktor could not be together. Unfortunately, this small sample is not far from the potential out- group discrimination that has led to racism. Viktor was blessed to not experience this type of bias, as he soon became part of every employee’s “in-group” after he saved the man who needed pills for his
In The Simple Gift Billy tries to forms a self defence towards Caitlin when he first sees her by rejecting her. “My first thought was to hate her because of her shiny watch and her perfect skin”P38.Billy is aware of Caitlin because she seems to be so different from him and he felt he would be judged by her. “and I knew she’d call the manager” P38 In Strange Chameleon the protagonist has a very low self esteem because he does not fit in. He feels that he doesn’t deserve his lover because of this. “Swimming in a dirty river with dirty me you were very beautiful.” Nakayama uses repetition to make the audience focus on thought that he sees him self as “dirty” and how he doesn’t deserve her.