They all looked for her and then when they did, she was dragged and then tied to a chair. She even cried out to her mom for help in anger, but no one came in to comfort her. When she got used to the place she started to speak broken English and found ways to rebel in a way that was quiet. There was this one time where Zitkala-Sa was mashing turnips. She mashed so hard that the bottom of the jar broke and all the mashed turnips fell to the floor.
Sam Spade cares about himself and only himself, if something happens in his line of work he shows no emotion or even shows he cares. When you’re the owner of something, much like a company, emotions cannot be apart of your everyday work. If you show emotions with what you’re running how will anyone else respect you and trust that this company is in good hands. He is a very hard worker and takes his job very seriously with complete awareness of everything he needs to complete. Spade does not trust many people and with this gets all of his business taken care of.
She was unwell, had UTI stayed in hospital for a week. She was disorientated, confused when she came out of hospital. I was her key worker. I reported to the manager about Mrs Kemp,s situation. We had a meeting with Mrs, Kemp, her family, manager and myself.
Norma Jean's mother is very controlling of her life. Norma Jean is often intimidated by her mother. When Norma Jean is thirty-four, her mother catches her smoking, and she weeps. Mable brings up a story about a dog that chews the baby's legs and is on trial for neglect. Later that night when maybe leave's Norma Jean tells Leroy; "She just said that about the baby because she caught me smoking.
“I come out my front door that morning and shout till my neighbours come out and I said, ‘Come on we’re going where the evil come from and pay the bastards out’. Gret is trying to show how women need to unite if they want to fight and survive yet none of the women are listening to her. A lack of unity from the women is presented through the actions of the women here. Gret is also talking about how her family was killed
When Lennie is in the barn because he killed the puppy Curley’s wife walks in and starts talking to Lennie. “…Why can’t I talk to you? I never get to talk to nobody. I get awful lonely.”(86) In doing this Curley’s wife is coming right out and telling Lennie that she is lonely and just wants someone to talk to. Curley’s wife is always looking for someone just to talk to because she doesn’t have anything better to do.
When Jem became very angry at Mrs. Dubose, their old and mean neighbor, he chopped down her shrubs in front of her house in a fanatical rage. When the consequences of his act came he was forced by his father to read to Mrs. Dubose for a month and during these reading sessions Mrs. Dubose seemed to break out into a shaking fit causing the children to be scared and confused. Son, didn’t you know what her fits were? ... “Mrs. Dubose was a morphine addict.” said Atticus. “She took pain-killers for years.
The primary suspect was Catherine O’Leary, an Irish immigrant whose sour attitude had given her a bad reputation in the town. The children in the town began a story in which Catherine’s cow kicked over a lantern, and the nativists were quick to place the blame on her, but she denied any blame for the fire. As jokes and songs began to emerge about her, her son spoke to a newspaper saying “that she is regarded as the cause, even accidentally, of the Great Chicago Fire, is the grief of her life. She is shocked at the levity with which the subject is treated and at the satirical use of her name in connection with it.” It has become clear over time that although the fire began in the O’Leary barn, Catherine did not begin the fire, and she has been cleared of all charges, but at the time, after nine days of questioning fifty people, the newspaper published a report that did not replace the blame on anyone, but did not remove the blame from her
Her “journals,” in other words her autobiographical narratives such as Killing Chickens, “Shunned” and “Without a map” all reveal specific different bitter portions of her life that she has faced and overcame and reassures readers like me, that we can too. Ha Hall writes about overcoming many daunting situations, the earliest hardship that she writes about encountering is getting pregnant at sixteen. In “Shunned” Hall shares her experience of receiving rejection from everywhere she turned including school, church and even family when she accidentally got pregnant. A reader can see how unfairly she was punished how nobody should be treated that way. Hall uses emotional appeal to show how much it hurt her for example.
The facts also show that Colleen resides with her aunt on a farm. History shows that she has fun away but she has always come home on her own. Colleen and the victim (aunt’s neighbor) had several run-ins regarding Colleen’s dog trespassing on the victim’s property. After being verbally threatened by the neighbor, she (the neighbor), set a scarecrow on fire in an attempt to prove to Colleen that she was fed up. Colleen unknowingly picked up a liquid-filled bucket and threw it on the neighbor; she indicates that she was trying to put the fire out but she threw it on the neighbor instead.