With her observation she has noticed that Medea is literally wasting away since she has learned about her husband’s marriage, never moving her eyes from the ground. It is also at this point that readers get a hint of foreshadowing as the Nurse says, “And she hates her children now and feels no joy at seeing them; I fear she may contrive some untoward scheme; for her mood is dangerous nor will she brook her cruel treatment; ….for dreadful is her wrath” (Lines 14-18). The Nurse speaks about the way she has seen Medea look at her children. Since this betrayal came from their father, she despises them in a way as she no longer feels joy or happiness seeing them. With worry, the nurse explains what she thinks Medea will create, a scheme, to get revenge in a way that might either hurt her children or the husband and his royal bride.
The words Paula, Liesel’s mom, uses go against Hitler which resulted in her being taken away and Liesel to lose her mother and experience the loss of her. This shows Liesel experiences unhappiness because of the words her mother uses and Liesel’s misunderstanding of her mother's actions. Point 1b Liesel’ classmates make fun of her because of her lack of reading skills. Proof 1b “’Hey Liesel,' he said to her, 'I'm having trouble with this word. Could you read it for me?’ He laughed- a ten- year-old smug... ... middle of paper ... ... unable to make a decision on his own and his parents made the one they thought was the best.
Medea’s true love abandon her and her sons. Medea knows that Jason no longer loves her and also believes he no longer loves his sons. This true love that she had for her husband now turns to hate. Jason gives her reasons for his actions but they certainly do not qualify as legitimate excuses. She tells Jason that he should have brought up his criticisms of her while they were still married.
It is not until Kate is able to look past mere appearances and see these women clearly for what they are, that her relationship with her own mother can begin to grow and develop. Kate hates her birthmark. Even more, she hates her mother's attitude about her birthmark. Kate desperately wants someone to blame for her birthmark and someone to have pity for her. She "always wanted to say that if it was a birthmark it must be her [Cleva's] fault"(p.44).
For a child, having only one parent is tough but can be understood if that parent is missing due to divorce or death, as bad as those reasons are; yet the psychological effect for the child who is purposely betrayed then abandoned by a parent is devastating and can last a lifetime, affecting every future relationship. In this story, the father is that parent. Lau doesn’t give us the girl’s name. Perhaps it is symbolic of the girl’s feeling that she hates her body, and that she really is no good, as her mother said (160) and therefore she doesn’t deserve a name. She becomes a non-entity, a thing despised by her mother and herself.
‘They were always asking her things, before I came here.’ … ‘Did the Fuhrer take her away?’ … ‘I knew it.’ The words were thrown at the steps and Liesel could feel the slush of anger stirring hotly in her stomach. ‘I hate the Fuhrer’ she said. ‘I hate him.’” (115) Liesel’s mom leaves her with foster parents because she wishes to protect her from the fate she is enduring. The words Paula, Liesel’s mom, uses go against Hitler because she is a communist which resulted in her being taken away and Liesel to lose her mother and experience the loss of her. This shows Liesel experiences unhappiness because of her mother’s disappearance which is caused by the words she openly uses that contradicts Hitler.
After many arguments she was able to do 'important team projects' at her friends' houses, she also required two weeks of notice to go to the mall, and has stopped trying to go to birthday parties having gone to one with her mom and after about three hours of close observance and awkwardness she finally threw her arms up in defeat and went home. However, this was only the half of her problems, she had just spent the last four years in what could only be described as an identity crisis since she had gone down every possible route in a sorry attempt to impress her parents and ... ... middle of paper ... ...tiful baby boy that has a sunshine character yet a hell-bent attitude. She has realized she harbored a secret envy for her husband for having smoked weed, cheated on a girlfriend, crashed a car and lived entirely selfish before he met her; a life she had never had the opportunity to take. Her task at hand is to formulate words on this to say to her husband without recreating the rift that just recently, went shakily back into place after a very long talk. Above all this, however, she wants to undo the way she acts like a docile house pet and regain her sense of self for she knows that no one, including herself, has much respect to offer a woman who is as malleable as a little girl made of colorful child’s clay.
Where most of there family lived for many years, but her parents had decided to move from there when they were having a child and now they have no home so there going to go live with there grandmother. The one thing her parents told her that frightened her most is that she isn’t going to be home schooled anymore. She was going to have to go to the magic school, and be with lot’s of new people she had never done so before. She got all unpacked at her grandmother’s house and she talked to all of her family members she had never meant before. She had been alive for sixteen years a no one mentioned that she had any other family besides her parents.
She names her baby Hunter Seth. The book is set in Reno, Nevada. Kristina gets clean for her baby but only a couple of short months after she has Hunter, she starts getting bored again. Het mother and step father have agreed to look after Hunter if she gets her GED and goes to college. Kristina decides to hit up her old party buddy, Robyn.
Babe Ruth once said, “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” When starting cheerleading on a whim at the age of twelve, I faced intense adversity being that I was the only new girl with no cheer experience. Cheerleading has been nothing but beneficial to me for seven years. When entering college, I had no intention of cheerleading because I thought it was an appropriate time to close that chapter. At orientation when I saw the pretty girls in the prettier uniforms, I knew that I owed it to myself to give it another whirl. During the summer of 2015, I went to AMC Livonia and ran into one of my former teammates, Morgan.