The resolution ends with Isabel and Curzon tying Master Bellingham to the barn and runs out of Valley Forge with the help of his friends to next unknown adventure. “I laughed then, walking out of Valley Forge the way I walked into it with my friends.” (280) This resolution is determined ending because Isabel and Curzon resolved their conflict and became friends again.
A truly great movie is not over when the credits roll, a truly great movie is one that stays with you and forces you to think not just about the movie itself but what it says about your own life. In one final act of mirroring the viewer is left to ponder the message much in the same way Samantha and Theodore pondered what it is to be alive and in love and in that way the story lives
It is evident that the plague has killed many of the individuals of the town. This is made clear when Anna is feeding Mr Mompellion’s horse. “There’s no one strong or skilled enough to handle him now”. It is made clear than Mr Mompellion is also suffering, not only from the loss of his own wife, but also the loss of his community and his loss of his faith in a higher power. This makes the reader sympathise for Anna and Mr Mompellion and make them feel the grief that she is
One ending was the expected fairytale type of ending while the other was a sad and depressing one. In the first selection the ending stated, “And in the warm afterglow of lovemaking, their bodies close together, she knew that to him she was everything, to him she was the only woman, beautiful, complete, whole” (Van der Zee 38). This is a very happy ending because the guy, after so many attempts, captured the girl of his dreams. This is just like the fairytale that almost every person would want to read. However, the second selection was not as expected when it went, “‘Look mommy is sleeping,’ said the boy…. The father put down his face into her fresh-washed hair. ‘Can we eat the turkey for supper?’ the boy asked” (Godwin 42). This is a depressing ending because the wife died and her husband loved her so much, while the boy had no clue what was going on. The boy was the happiest he has ever been and does not realize that it would be the saddest day of his life. The young boy loved his mother, but did not receive the love that he
So maybe all the characters are left a little empty, or perhaps one can believe that the characters truly found themselves. The ending is left open and ambiguous by Wes Anderson on purpose. The reason being he wants the viewer to think about if the characters are fulfilled, and no longer have a void that cannot be
Due to Neville being isolated and also in danger, he sometimes acts insanely, for example, he “cried out in his sleep and his fingers gripped the sheets like frenzied talons,” which shows that extreme fear and also sorrow have a great impact on Neville’s mind. Due to the situation he is in, he is not able to control himself and his depression causes him to act abnormally, and his fingers’ comparison to a vulture’s talons also make this more effective. This shows the impact of isolation on Neville’s mind, which is essential in the novel.
The only people in the story whose fates are not revealed beforehand are Ayah, the mother, and Chato, the father. The ending does end on an ominous tone, however, and their fates are hinted subtly, but not absolutely. What do you think happened to the couple at the end? What hints in the narrative make you think that
However, the fact that Annabel Lee’s former lover seems intent on blaming the causality on everyone else, leads to the suspicion that he in turn is the guilty party. It is believed that he had a hand in her demise in order to keep their unchanged love frozen in time. As a result of this, Annabel Lee’s presence has now become ubiquitous in the eyes of her former
have an unhappy ending where we see the story end with a result of the
Happy Endings is an oddly structured, metafictional story; a series of possible scenarios all leading the characters to the same ending. Atwood uses humour and practical wisdom to critique both romantic fiction and contemporary society, and to make the point that it is not the end that is important, it is the journey that truly matters in both life and writing.