(line 458-462) Beowulf failed to took out his weapon while Grendel’s mother carried him back home. (line 462-464) A host of sea beats came to see what Grendel’s mother has caught; and they beat Beowulf. (line 465-468) Then Beowulf realized that Grendel’s mother was carrying him to a battle hall, where the heat of the water can not harm him and no one can attack him. (line 468-472) The lake like fiery flame while a light burned around Beowulf. (line 472-473) Then Beowulf saw Grendel’s mother, who he described as the mighty water witch, then his took out his sword and straight it to the her.
There, Gus, a newly promoted black officer, approaches Flora and proffers marriage. Flora slaps him, and Gus begins to chase her through the forest. Ben follows behind in search of Flora, having been told of her errand. Gus reassures Flora that he intends her no harm, but Flora finds herself pinned on the edge of a cliff. Threatening to jump rather than be touched by Gus, she either accidentally falls or intentionally jumps off the cliff, where shortly after she dies in Ben’s arms.
Character Analysis: Susie So far in the novel The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, the character that stands out most to me is Susie Salmon. Although she has already passed away, Susie is the narrator of the story and I find that to be very unique and interesting. Susie was your average fourteen year old, who happened to fall into a misfortunate situation which lead to her death. She was very naive, and did not think anything of Mr. Harvey leading her to the corn field in the dark. She had always been very innocent, walking home from school every day in the dark and never thought anything of it.
T. Ray scares Lily by saying that the men Rosaleen assaulted will probably come back and kill her. T. Ray tells Lily that her mother planned on abandoning her the day she was killed and this is the last straw for Lily. She stands up to T. Ray and while he was out in the peach field she packs her bags and the small box of her mother’s belongings and leaves a note telling T. Ray that he shouldn’t bother looking for her. Lily goes back to the jail to visit Rosaleen and is told she is now in the hospital and Lily knows that the white men must have come back and beat her up some more. Lily manages to break Rosaleen out of the hospital and they hitchhike to Tiburon, South Carolina
And there he went to help her. So he got out and patted her knees and started to sing. Then he started to tap on all the wires and he started to say that maybe the snakes were causing all the trouble (he called the hose snake), but the lady thought that there were real snakes and was very surprised. Then he started to pull all the hose off the engine .The lady then became very worried. Two hours passed and there was not a single “snake” attached when her grandfather satisfied he stopped and went back to the car.
I the beginning of the book David is having some troubles at school, he gets bullied a lot. Over winter break, David went to New York, and bought a snow globe for a girl that he likes at school (Millie). The first day back from winter break David decides to give it to her, even though she has a boyfriend. When Millie was showing her friends what David had bought her, her boyfriend came up to her and grabbed it out of her hand and threw it on this frozen lake. David got really mad, so he started walking towards the frozen lake to go get the gift he had given Millie.
Neither parent nor any of her siblings have been diagnosed with genetic disease. When she was born her mother was 40 and her father 55. Both parents have no chronic illnesses. Current Medication: None Allergies: Abigail develops a rash as a reaction to several antibiotics medication (vancomycin, penicillin and cephalexin) PHYSICAL EXAMINATION AND LABORATORY TESTS The patient is awake, alert oriented X3 in no apparent distress, with vital sign stable as follow; blood pressure 135/88, heart rate 66, respiration 16 temperature 97.4. Weight 110 lbs.
Snow Flower's life was changed because of Lily being her laotong and her feet were so beautifully shaped. Her family was wealthy before, but then later in her life the family starts to decline and become not so fortunate. But for Lily's family, they were once very poor until Lily's beautiful feet were bound. This helped the family in the future. After signing a contract saying they would always be together, and there will never be lying, both of them faced many hardship throughout there lives.
I loved her immensely and went against my mother’s disapproval of the marriage. Eleanor was hard to get along with because she was socially awkward and did not talk very much. She was the light of my life, however, and I loved her. Eleanor’s parents had passed when she was ten, and her uncle, Theodore Roosevelt, stood up for her deceased father in our wedding. We had six children in all.