Chapter notes for Pride and Prejudice Chapter 1 A rich man moves into the neighborhood and Mrs. Bennet wants Mr. Bennet to visit with the long-term goal of marrying off one of her five daughters. Mr. Bennet tells her that he will not visit Mr. Bingley. Chapter 2 Mr. Bennet eventually goes and meets with Mr. Bingley being the first neighbor to do so. He does not tell his wife right away that he has met him, but when he finally does, the girls get excited about Mr. Bingley’s supposed return visit. Chapter 3 Mr. Bingley returns the visit but when Mrs. Bennet invites him over to dinner, he says that he will be out of town.
“When a cat take off with your money he don’t leave you no road maps! (2.3, 128)” In the play, A Raisin In The Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry, the Younger family each feels what it is like to lose hope in their dreams and have it deferred. Walter Lee wants to start a liquor store to support his family his own way. Beneatha wants to escape from the traditional views on women and become a doctor, but at the same time she wants to find her cultural roots. Ruth wants to be able to care for her unborn child and her son, Travis, in a home where they don’t have to worry about financial problems and to fix her relationship with Walter.
I think Eddie is mainly responsible for his own downfall but Catherine could have played some part in causing it because of her getting together with Rodolfo. Eddie never liked Rodolfo from when he first met him he always thought he was weird. Rodolfo also may be responsible for eddies downfall because he never asked eddies permission to get together with her. Marco is Beatrice’s cousin and after Marco and Rodolfo have been in jail they get bailed out and Marco goes after Eddie. Eddie is alone at this stage Marco hits Eddie lunges at Marco with a knife that is meant to kill him.
In this scene I will analyse how Eddie tries to complain to Marco about Rodolpho going out and coming home late at night with Catherine. Eddie is jealous and he thinks that Rodolpho is trying to make a move on his beloved niece Catherine. While Beatrice was trying to stand up for Catherine, Eddie tries to make a point to Marco about not letting Rodolpho to go out a lot, especially with Catherine. While Eddie is reading his paper, Catherine gets up, puts the record on the phonograph and asks Rodolpho to dance. As Catherine, asks Rodolpho to dance, Eddie freezes and with respect towards Eddie Rodolpho does not accept the dance.
He claims to go to the movies, however; his mother thinks other wise of the situation and creates an uproar in the house. She asks Tom why he won 't bring any gentleman callers to the house for his sister to try and get her to move away. While showing complete love for her daughter she still wants her out of the house. Tom decides to bring home one of his friends from work to have dinner with him and his family. When Amanda finds out she is ecstatic and goes on about how she always had gentleman callers coming around and how this was going to be the best night ever.
Before the dinner she tells Bryce about her uncle and tells him she doesn't want to speak to him again, not ever. After dinner she apologizes for the way she acted. Bryce is upset that she apologizes, because that means that she doesn't care enough to hold a grudge. She continues to have mixed feelings when the basket boy auction is just around the corner. She hears that... ... middle of paper ... ...nk Flipped is a very awesome book that i think is bases on a love story and friendship.
After a comment from the main character Charles says he will give her a chance to convince him over dinner on Wednesday evening. She responds saying that is not fair and they can go for dinner after he donates. Charles then decides that he is not going to look cheaper than Bill Henry, so he reaches for his chequebook (190). The main character then recalls a memory of Molly planning to spend the night at her house if she felt the need to because of Curtis’ behaviour. Molly decided she would talk him into getting some help, thinking how the situation would affect their own two kids (191).
nothin'. By this stage in the play, Catherine has fallen in love with Rodolpho, one of Beatrice's illegal immigrant cousins. He and his brother Marco are lodging with the Carbones. Unknown to himself, or maybe just not admitted, Eddie wants Catherine in another way than as a niece; this is obvious throughout the play with his attempts to stop her growing up. He comments on her short skirt and high heels, resents her getting a job and forms a very strong grudge against Rodolpho which is based
And tell it to me, Mama, every time we need a new pair of curtains and I have to watch you go out and work in somebody’s kitchen. Yeah, you tell me then!”(Act 1 Scene 2 pages 1935-1936) This scene shows the importance of money to Walter Lee. Here he is trying to guilt his mother into giving him the money by pointing out things that the family has to settle with. For example, he tells Lena that she will have to tell that to his son he is pointing out that Travis sleeps on the couch and does not have an actual bed of his own. He talks about how his wife Ruth has to watch someone else’s kids for money instea... ... middle of paper ... ...the deeds done for your family.
Amanda then decides that Laura's last hope must lie in marriage and begins selling newspaper subscriptions to earn the extra money she believes will help to attract suitors for her daughter. Meanwhile, Tom loathes his warehouse job and finds escape in liquor, movies, and literature, much to his mother's chagrin. During one of the frequent arguments between mother and son, Tom accidentally breaks several of the glass animal figurines that are Laura's most prized possessions. Amanda and Tom discuss Laura's prospects, and Amanda asks Tom to keep an eye out for likely young men at the warehouse. Tom selects Jim O'Connor, a casual friend, and invites him to dinner.