‘So she cried that she had missed all the innocence around her’. This is a quote showing she is looking and thinking of what she has missed. But now she has to start a new life as a young mother with no father of the child to be around and care. Being set in a dark and life-less place named ‘Birkenhead Docks’ to me this means he thought this was a perfect place as no-one was around to see what happens, if something happens e.g. he assaults her and she goes to the police there is no witnesses for this assault.
She is a pretty women but most of the men think she is troublesome and bold. She is often sad and frustrated that her life did not turn out any better, since in her youth a man offered to put her in the movies. Curley’s wife knew what Lennie was capable of because Lennie crushed Curley’s hand, when Curley picked a fight with Lennie. Curley’s wife knew that Lennie was mentally retarded, and that he was really strong. She still seeked attention from him.
She would bully people without even knowing them just to fit in with their popularity circle. One example of her bullying was to this new girl that was different, and being different was weird, and weird people god bullied. Years later she ended up in the abitchewary with causes of death suicide and the people that gave her a speech saying “she will always be remembered” were the kids that bullied her, and drove her to do such a
The difficult t... ... middle of paper ... ...rom the Negro" (34), and so they had no idea about what was going on in Emily's life. And thus, Emily died all alone forgotten from everyone in the town. Emily's isolation from the rest of the town, their indifference, as well as the lack of initiation was the reason of her own tragic death. The town knew that "old lady Wyatt, her great-aunt, had gone completely crazy at last" (30), and they were afraid of having the same end as her great-aunt, but they just turned their back on her and let her be because it was the easiest thing to do. They also "knew that there was a room ... which no one had seen in forty years, and which would have to be forced" (34), but they didn't do anything and Emily was left alone to meet her destiny, and in that sense, they are accomplices to Homer's murder.
No Name Woman’s fear destroyed her life and proved her weak nature. No Name Woman’s suicide proved her inability to handle the accusations and the punishment from her society; she was desperate, scared and she could not face the villagers or her family “She ran out into the fields, far enough from the house so that she could no longer hear their voices” (Kingston 31). No Name Woman ... ... middle of paper ... ...amily’s deliberately forgetting her” (33). She let her family punish her for something that she might have not done. No Name Woman might have the strength to change her life, but she could not use this strength.
The wife is very proud of her achievements at controlling her husbands and goes into great detail about how she makes up stories about her husbands getting drunk and insulting her. "Thou comest hoom as dronken as a mous, and prechest on thy bench, with ivel preef!" she also says they insult marriage to women in general, saying you cant marry a poor woman "To wedde a povre womman, for costage" and you cant marry rich women "And if that she be riche, of heigh parage, thane seistow that it it a tormentrie to soffre hire pride and hire malencolie." The wife also says that her husbands use petty arguments against her "Thow seist that dropping houses, and eek smoke, and chiding wives maken men to flee.
She leaves her home and goes to live with Pete to have a better life. She thinks he loves her, but she has gone to devil. Soon after Pete meets Nellie and he dumps Maggie. She has nowhere to go and so she goes home. Her family doesn’t allow her to come back.
Carrie became pregnant half way through her sophomore year. At that time, I started to talk to Carrie. We were starting to become best friends and I realized that with all the problems she was going through with her boyfriend and her pregnancy, all I could do was help her with any problem she may face like falling behind in school or with her boyfriend. It was hard on her because here she was still in high school and she was about to become a mother. Her boyfriend was never there for her during this important time and I let him know about it during lunch.
The first time we gave a speed test, she broke down completely – was sick at the stomach and almost had to be carried into the wash room! After that morning she never showed up anymore. We phoned the house but never got any answer.’" (Shmoop Editorial Team) A great example is when Laura got so nervous at school and puked in the bathroom floor. Is that the future that we 've mapped out for ourselves? I swear it 's the only alternative I can think of!
Monroe went to live with her mom’s good friend. She stayed with her for a long time until she got sent away again. She got tired of living in foster care so she decided to get married at sixteen years old. His name was Jim Dougherty and he was twenty-one years old. The marriage lasted until she was twenty.