She is seen to have received a cold reception from both sues, and they do not want to communicate to her or be associated with her. She is suffering rejection and humiliation when they pack her items in one corner and invite their boyfriends in the room and apparently they start kissing. However, a rude character is seen when she does not introduce her mother when they arrived in the dormitory. Lisa feels unwanted and as an intruder in the room. The second case, which is titled the surprised roommates, is centered on two ladies called Sues Taylor and Sue Knowles.
Even the clock, still a few minutes off noon..", time is going by slow for Ellen as she awaits for Paul to return to the house. Ellen becomes angry at Paul when she asks Paul to move out of the house "there was a dark resentment in her voice now..." so they can be away from the dust storm. Also Ellen wants to move because she thinks that it hard for their baby to breathe because of the dust in the air. The feeling of isolation creeps up on Ellen when Paul is not there and she knows that the nearest neighbors are far away and her house would be very hard to reach in the dust storm that she is experiencing. Another reason that Ellen feels isolated is of lack of communication with others this causes her to break down and eventually run away with the baby to try to get away from the storm "I'm so caged- if I could only break away and run".
After the whole night of thinking, he felt regret and wanted to apologise to the family. However, when he went back to the house, he heard that the family decide to leave the house because they think that the monster will threatened their father’s life. In nowadays, there are examples about the regretful of people who isolated themselves. There’s a girl, she don’t like meeting with people, so she always stayed at her house, her parents use a lot of strength to ask her to go out and meet the others. However, the girl just ignored them.
She is always suspicious whenever he doesn’t answer her calls. She becomes especially crazed when she calls him while she is high. She becomes very paranoid and is always ranting about how he is probably off sleeping another girl and that he never cared about her. She still seems to think she can control it and when she goes to her brother’s baseball game her mother notices and tells her she should leave immediately and to not come back unless she shapes up. Kristina and her boyfriend finally get an apartment together and the also move in Kristina’s son, against her mother’s wishes.
Maria’s mother acts fast and hides Maria and Alberto in the hole her father made for their safety. Maria’s mother scarifies herself for the safety of her children. If Maria’s mother went into the hole with them the Contras would of notice the untouched breakfast on the table and would search for them and kill them all. By Maria’s mother staying behind the Contras thought they got everyone in the house and would not search for Maria and Alberto. Trauma begins when Maria hears everything from the hole and the torturing and screaming of her mother.
Com 9 12/11/12 CASE STUDY 1. Shawna and Ray started to argue because she had set up an appointment with a client during the time she was supposed to watch the kids while ray worked on grading papers before heading out to his mothers birthday party. Ray got mad and reminded her about the arrangements they had made and Shawna had completely forgot. He told her that she better call and reschedule the appointment and that she always puts her career before the family. Shawna became angry, she felt that is was not true and the only reason she cared so much was because she was doing it for the family.
On the morning after Manderley’s famous costume ball, Mrs. de Winter goes up to Rebecca’s room to find a crying Mrs. Danvers. Mrs. de Winter begins to yell at Mrs. Danvers for telling her to wear the dress that reminded Maxim of Rebecca, but soon Mrs. Danvers begins to yell as well, getting more and more violent. Mrs. Danvers almost manages to get Mrs. de Winter to commit suicide, saying, “ ‘[Maxim] wants to be alone in the house again, with [Rebecca]. It’s you who should be lying there in that church crypt, not [Rebecca]. It’s you who ought to be dead, not [the first] Mrs. De Winter.’ ” (276).
He walks her to the school play, and protects her from Bob Ewell when he tries to kill them. (pg ) Also another change is when Jem tells Dill that he shouldn’t touch “Boo’s” house because if “Boo”, where to kill him there would be no one to keep and eye on scout. Another coming of age moment for Scout was when she walked out on a fight . “I drew a bead on him, and remembered what Atticus had said, then dropped my fist , and walked away. (pg ) There is another example that shows Scout’s coming of age moments ,and it is when she starts to think differently about other people and not so much about her self.
Eurydice, Kreon’s wife, overheard the messenger talking to Kreon about something evil that had happened in the house, but she did not know that the evil was her son’s death (81). After hearing the news of her son she left and went into the palace with her maids. She said nothing when she left and this left Kreon and the messenger suspicious. The messenger left to check things out and came back saying, “Your wife is dead—in truth the mother of this corpse—unhappy woman, killed just now by fresh-struck blows (86).” Kreon was deeply hurt by this and realized the terrible things his actions have brought upon
The police arrive at Harold's home to deliver the sad news to his mother. After telling her, his mother collapses with outstretched arms creating a dramatic scene, not knowing that Harold is actually home and can see. Harold knows that his mother does not really care about him, but she was just acting as though his death was important. From that moment, Harold decides to "...[enjoy] being dead". Maude teaches Harold to not let anything get in the way of his goals.