She is stalwartly hoping to be taken out of the nursery but she had never confronted her husband. “I wish I could get better” (509). “But I most not think about that” (509).The yellow wallpaper found in the character’s bedroom grabbed her attention since she first saw it. She found a resemblance of her life and what the wallpaper represents. She wants to be in her own stated of mind again, but her husband is going to take her physician fro nervous disorder if she doesn’t get better “John says if I don’t pick up faster he shall send me to Weir Mitchell in the fall” (511).
Then When Gatsby gets murdered she doesn’t even have the decency to show up to the funeral. Fitzgerald helps us develop the theme people try to find love in each other but instead they usually find love in money. Daisy wants her daughter to be beautiful and foolish so that way her daughter can find a husband. On page 17 Daisy and Nick are having a conversation about when Daisy had her daughter. She was very happy that the baby was a girl.
Interactive process The Fitzgerald Family interact with each other very well throughout the movie, even-though the daughter Kate, was suffer with Leukemia, you could tell they love each other. They mostly talked face to face try to understand each other, as the still are trying to cope with Kate disease. When everyone found out Anna got a lawyer and refused to give her sister a kidney they all had sat down at the table and try to find out why Anna did not want to do it. Anna basically told them she just want to live a normal life and don't want to go through it cause it will hurt and it may not work. Since Kate was sick since she was little, most of the family attention went to her.
She gave birth to her baby in a shed and soon after left her baby in a telephone box. When Julie first abandoned her baby, she seemed to be very confident of her decision. When she left her home five months earlier, it seemed like she wanted to keep the baby and that's why she left, but after living with Debbie she changed her mind and decided to abandon the baby. At her parents' house, she saw her baby, Rosie, on the television and got a little jealous of the nurse holding her. I defiantly think Julie made a mistake abandoning the baby; already when she got home, just a few hours later, she seemed to be upset and regretful for leaving the baby.
Her daughter Cornelia brought Doctor Harry to check Granny but she keeps shooing him away. Doctor Harry confirms however that Granny Weatherall does not have much time left in this world. Cornelia wants to take care of her mother but Granny Weatherall told her to leave her alone and that she will be fine. Granny Weatherall was too stubborn to see that she is dying but she started to doubt. Granny Weatherall later think about her long life and the hardship she been through as a single mother raising her children.
The hard work of life reminds her of the letters in the attic that she does not want her children to find and that she took great pains to keep a tidy house. Readers learn that she had prepared herself for death at sixty, and then “got over the notion” after she actually became ill and recovered 78). Cornelia’s attentiveness makes Granny feel old, but her other children, Jimmy and Lydia, still ask her advice, reminding Granny
She feels “kind of a relief” when her mother died. (69) She takes death somewhat lighter than Toru and Naoko, saying she is “used to funerals.” (196) However, Midori is not completely emotionless. When her father dies, she goes on a trip, wanting to be alone. When she was taking care of her sick father and none of his relatives come to help out, she says she can “feel so bad [she] want to cry, too.” (186) She is also vulnerable, but in the end, her toughness carries Midori through all unfortunate events and she begins a new life with
Aside from her children, Kavita gives up her name, something that she values and for which she often resents her husband. After naming her daughter, on the way to the orphanage Kavita recalls the moment her husband’s family changed her name because it “suited them and the village astrologer better than Lalita, the only name her parents had chosen…it was expected that these would change to her husband’s. But she resented Jasu for taking her first name as well,” (25). Kavita fells that names are powerful and this memory serves as a reminder for the girl she is about to lose and the pain and sacrifices that Jasu causes her, inclu... ... middle of paper ... ...eing of her family even though she has to suppress them. Thus, Kavita frequently has to put aside her feelings in order to keep her family out of poverty and ensure their wellbeing.
Chopin used the experience of living with three independent women to show how much she desired to break free of bring dominated by a male. Considering that Chopin decided to move and raise her six kids away from the place her husband died from shows that she wanted to move away and start new and an independent women living by herself. After her husband’s death was when Chopin began her career and branched out with many different stories. A part of her must have been stopped by her husband while he was alive. Kincaid was dominated by her mother because in the story “Girl”, she is showing the reader how her childhood was while living with her mother.
She starts crying, but afterwards she begins to think of all the positive things that come from his death. Her sister, Josephine goes upstairs to make sure she is okay,and once she finds out she is they come down. As they walk down the stairs she sees the door being opened and her husband comes in. Having her heart condition, she dies. The doctors thought “she had died from heart disease-of joy that kills.” However, she didn't die from the joy of getting to see her living husband but from losing her future filled with freedom.