She knows that he told them that he had beaten their daughter to death with his bare hands and she knows that her father reacted as most fathers would, he was angry beyond words. He pulled his knife and let it fly. She knows that her mother tried to stop him; her hand was sliced and bandaged later. And she knows that the car wrecked and that it was her father that called the police. She knows all of this because she spent too much time living it and too much time thinking about it.
The dumb. When the police arrived, (I had called them before I went over), they arrested my blooded and beaten aunt right in from of me. I was filled with so much rage I felt like I was going to be the next one locked up. The ex boyfriend had scratches and claimed the house was his and she had invaded it. He was almost twice her size and didn't even have keys to the house.
The conflict rises further when Cal tries to help his father repay a debt, his father further isolates his son and this turns to violent outbursts. Steinbeck focuses on Cal in order to suggest the theme that without love people become violent and mean. Steinbeck shows Cals isolation from love and its aggressive results when Cal angrily throws stones at his mothers house. When Cal first learns of his supposedly dead mothers existence he is outraged and goes to seek her. When he is not allowed to see her he violently throws stones and yells "Why can’t a kid see his own mother?"
They already searched Ramel’s house, they found a fully loaded 1911 handgun. Ramel had no plans on killing anyone. Lila had been at the police station all day being questioned about Ramel by the sheriff. she was sick of the place it smelled like prison and coffee. Then she asked “When can I go home I have homework” Then Grace said “Yeah me too my parents will be worried” So the Sheriff said “Of course my apologies ladies we just wanted to be sure about Ramel make sure he didn’t have any plans” “Yeah he’s just a weirdo who’s also had a thing for Lila I don’t really think he can do any harm” Said Grace with an attitude.
He entered the house to get high and got angry with her mom. The addict proceeded to throw punches at her mom’s face drawing blood, and then kicked her down trying to break ribs. The daughter tried to intervene, and the consequence for stopping her mother from being beaten to death was a cold barrel put to her face. Looking her dead in the eye drugged out maniac used the words “do you want to die?” He left leaving behind one of many scarring memories in her
Ridgway grew up in a house where he was harassed and abused by his mother, Mary Ridgway. Ridgway soon began growing a strong hatred towards his abusive mother. He had begun thinking of some ways he could get revenge
Two weeks before their wedding, John got into one of his abusive cycles and had extreme acrimony towards Barbara leading him to slap her because she made the drink he asked for to weak. Not only that but several months after the wedding Barbara got worried about John because he had been coming home late, so one night she decided to go to his office to check up on him. When she got there she saw him with another woman. She immediately left and John followed, yelling that she was a bad wife and she never trusted him. He started to punch her and w... ... middle of paper ... ...attered woman.
Leigh Violence – Throughout the movie, there was a lot of drama and violence. One thing that involved Leigh was when she got into it with Paula’s boyfriend, who she has been cheating on Leigh with. He started the fight but Leigh got the best of him. Then her father kicked her out the house after she got back home, but before he kicked her out, they had some words back and forth, and then Leigh said some hurtful but truthful things, which caused her father to slap her. The fact of her being gay, did not make anything easier for her, it just made it worse, her own father looked down on her.
When Celie was 14, Pa revoked the privilege of her receiving an education, raped her on several occasions, and gave away both of Celie’s children. This foreshadows the event when Celie’s husband, Mr.____, abuses her on several occasions, causing her to become more scared to speak up for herself. This affected Celie the most because she no longer trusts men and begins to like women more. There was one time when Celie was at church and her stepfather, Pa, beat her because she was looking at another boy. One of the most prominent characters in the novel that helped Celie grow, from a frightful, scared girl to a brave, superior woman, was Shug Avery, whom Celie looks up to for her beauty and admiration ever since she was young.
He began the cycle of remorse where he promised he would never hurt her again. Jane took him back and later found out she was pregnant. Things went on as normal until months later he came home drunk and punched her in the stomach “Domestic Violence”. After the baby was born the abuse continued daily. She later found out she was pregnant again, this time with twins.