Charleena Hendly is an actress who performed in many hit movies until she decides to move back to Culpepper her hometown for a little break. She was very tired of making movies and also recovering from her heartbreak of her husband cheated on her for a model and left her. After all that she has her little helper Macon who cleans the house and does many of her errands around the town, So Macon friend of Foster introduces her to Miss. Charleena and one day Macon is so sick with a fever he cannot go at her house so he sends foster to substitute for him while he is sick. That’s when Foster gets a paper with many chores for her to do around the house given by Miss.
It described in great detail all the long nights of drug use and partying. I felt like I had been up all night with Kristina. The ending was not at all predictable. When Kristina returns to her mom's house to get clean from the drugs and to have the baby you believe that she will succeed. After she talks to her mother about not being able to provide for the baby and how difficult it was to love him, she decides to give the baby to her mother to adopt and raise.
Page one (1), line thirteen, states “Harlem is not an easy place to grow old” – and this is very much backed up throughout the story in her case. Junice first explains to us how her life became turned upside down, her mother (a current drug dealer), had been caught on the corner “holding”, and was placed in jail. And, to ice the “big happy family cake” her father was “non-existent, and that is how it had always been. Thus, Junice and her sister Melissa were taken from their home and went to stay with a woman by the name of Miss Ruby for the time being. In addition, following Junice’s mothers conviction, Junice became acquainted with a young (well rounded) man, by the
She shares the information of what she has just seen with Cisely, her sister who is at a mid point in her adolescence and is not aware of how to cope with her feelings. More and more Louis’s infidelity becomes obvious and begins taking a toll on the family’s emotions. Cisely becomes even further confused and Roz hits out at her family members. In light of her confusion, Eve sometimes finds refuge in her aunt Mozelle, a woman who claims being born with supernatural powers. She even dabbles slightly in the religion of voodoo, which may possibly
Maxim de Winter hates his wife very much as she was a profligate woman. Rebecca had secret relationships with many other men including ger cousin. She threatened de Winter and forced him to accept the situation and promised to play as a perfect wife. When she was diagnosed as cancer, she cheated de Winter by saying that she had a child with her cousin and almost made de Winter kill her. She was finally died of an accident, but continued to bother him even after he had married the heroin.
She knew Norma Jeane was too close for comfort and tried her best to make sure no one found out about the secret she was so desperately trying to hide. About a year passed after she signed her contract with 20th Century-Fox, it was during this time that Marilyn Monroe finally had an opportunity for a role in a movie. (Taraborrelli) While her career seemed to be taking off, there were several incidents concerning Ms. Monroe that had raised a few eyebrows. Diana Herbert, a woman whom Marilyn met while filming Scudda-Hoo! Scudda Hay!, recalled an incident during a pool party she hosted at her family’s mansion in Bel Air.
The first point I would like to address is her role as Blanche and how her role in the story relates back the Code. As the movie progresses and we learn more about Blanche and her life back in Laurel and Belle Reve, we find out that her fiance commits suicide after being ridiculed by Blanche upon discovering that he is a homosexual. In addition, we also learn that she frequently had affairs with men and male students of hers, which led to her being fired from her position as an English teacher. Finally, there is the infamous "Rape Scene" climax between Stanley, portrayed by Marlin Brando, and Blanche once she begins to break down after her lies are revealed to be just that, lies. While the homosexuality mentionings were cut out of the film (I watched the unedited cut) after being brought up to the review board, the rest of Blanche's history and especially the Rape scene were shockingly greenlit into the film, with the creator of Streetcar and playwright Tennessee Williams, standing his ground against Breen, stating that, in regards to the Rape scene specifically, "without this pivotal scene, the film would lose all meaning", which is true, because Blanche as a
How does Miller create dislike for Abigail in ‘’The Crucible’’? Abigail Williams is a very demanding and arrogant seventeen year old girl who does not fit into the freedom deprived Puritan society in which the play is set. Abigail’s idea of fun is to cause havoc and mayhem and gets pleasure in seeing others suffer. An obvious example being the trouble she causes between the Proctors, by trying to make John Proctor turn against his wife Elizabeth Proctor, since she had an affair with him. Throughout the play, Miller portrays her as someone who will go to extreme measures to get her own way.
Eventually she came to make Louis a frequent customer. After marrying Mrs. Daisy he eventually realized he made a mistake and took to the arms of another woman. Sadly this led to problems in his marriage. One night Louis found her hovering over him with a knife in hand. Their fights got so violent that he went to jail on many occasions, so many that he just couldn’t keep track of how many times he has been in jail.