One night a women name Wing sneak in some medicine to save Mrs. Roberts because she was really sick and people didn’t notice but among the girls they have a snitch in group. Next day morning the Japanese soldier Captain Tanaka burned Wing alive in front of all of us as a warning not to disobey and do anything we want. This is really bad
She also starts to blame people for her miscarriage as well as herself. Mariam and Rasheed’s relationship soon starts to fade and they begin to lose interest in each other. Chapter 15 Rasheed starts to blame Mariam for the death of their unborn child. Everything Mariam says to him irritates him and Rasheed shows a major lack of interest in Mariam. Mariam tries to do whatever she can to please Rasheed, but none of her efforts seem to work.He begins to become overly abusive with Mariam and the abuse is consistent.
Fear of being compelled to provide sexual services for the Japanese distressed the nurses intensely. "We felt sick; we couldn’t eat", Betty Jeffery wrote . As they waited, Veronica Clancy said, to hear the "steps of the loathsome creatures" on the gravel path, "Nights were just hell" . Pressure was increased on the nurses when the Japanese cut off all food rations to the camp until the nurses complied. The nurses felt the same anger as the other women prisoners at their own lack of power and the same repugnance to be sex servants, and as women in the military they had additional worries.
Not only that, but she also physically & mentally abuses him. David suffers from physical abuse due to the fact that his mom beats him, doesn’t provide him with food & has him wear the same clothing week after week. She is constantly hitting David for being a “bad boy” or for no reason at all. Mother would smash his head
She is a temptress who disturbs the fraternity of the men, for whenever she enters the bunkhouse, or at least stands in the doorway, preventing the men's passage, Curley's wife is a source of tension: The men worry that they will succumb to her physical allure; they worry that Curley will appear and become jealous and enraged against them. Once she has tempted Lennie, he sins and kills her--albeit accidentally. At any rate, the death of Curley's wife is the end of the "dream" for Lennie and George and Candy. There can be no Eden for them as George must kill Lennie before he is caught and his soul destroyed. With the death of the child-like Lennie, the innocent dream of having a ranch is also
What’s dramatic is that Stanley doesn’t take Blanche’s mental state into consideration saying, "Let's have some rough house!" This shows Stanley doesn't care about Blanche or what she's been through even after uncovering her lies. What made this scene the dramatic high point of the play is that he raped his partners sister as she was conceiving his child that night, bringing a new life into the world as he took Blanche’s, which made the end of scene the utmost dramatic scene. The scene itself is structured dramatically towards the end of the play. From the perspective we watch them through the viewpoint of a play which allows us to make our own opinions of the characters.
When Billy has sex with a girl, Candy, at the ward, Nurse Ratched confronts Billy. Billy speaks without stuttering. A showing of confidence on his part. Then Nurse Ratched through the power of suggestion says she would have to tell Billy’s mother about this, which in turn causes Billy to commit suicide from the shame of his mother knowing and of turning McMurphy in as the one who caused the meeting of Billy and
Thus this was what she meant by not even the perfume of Arabia can cover up her guilty sin. Another example would be when Lady Macbeth says “Was your hands, put on your night-gown, looking not so pale: I tell you yet again, Banquo’s buried. (5, 1; 52). Considering the fact that Banquo is dead, and she was the one who influenced her husband to do all those bad deeds, in the end it caused her to relive this scene to show how cruel she was in the past. Thus it is shown that guilt can cause one to lose there inner conscience.
Punishment in The Scarlet Letter In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, physical punsihment is nothing compared to how the mind can cause punishment. In the Scarlet Letter, Hester Phynne is isolated by the members of Purtian society and left with her child Pearl, a constent reminder of her sin. Dimmesdale’s choice to not feese up to his sin leaves him with mental punishment that makes him sicker and weaker. Chillingsworth does not receive pain, but he does inflict pain to those around him. The main characters of The Scarlet Letter are left to tourment by themselves, the worst punishment of them all.
Melinda has a problem with communicating and telling why she really called the cops . Melinda has been through alot but she has got over it and accepted the fact that she was raped and decided to accept her rape. Throughout the story one symbol that has changed and helped melinda to start communicating is the “Tree” she starts off making her trees “dead, not breathing and struck by lightning”(31) She symbolizes herself by making the trees this way because she is depressed and she thinks of herself as helpless and very sad. they way this symbol changes is that she makes a statement and says “my tree is definitely breathing” (196). this has changed because at first the trees are representing sadness now they are representing happiness.