And you know what I yelled at my grandfather I told him I hated him and I wish he died. I ran to my room since he yelled at my mom that he was oging to kill me. He furioulsly grab his belt and my sis and mother was in his way while I hid in my sisters
Suddenly a shriek is heard, Gregor’s deceased exoskeleton had moved, concealed by a white sheet. It turns out that the lethargic servant woman had done nothing but put the corpse under a white sheet in the darkest corner of the unused room. Grete stands in a firm weary stance, her mother approximates herself fearful yet more curious. Unexpectedly a crack is heard; the atrocious stench from the inside of the rotten exoskeleton overwhelms the small room and moving can be heard from within the cadaver. Out of the blue, a life giving gasp for air comes from the corpse.
Then she sent her last spell before a trail of ash was left on the floor. The spell hit me and I screamed and yelled myself until someone slapped me on the face. I opened my eyes. It was my sister. " Hey, what's with the screaming," my young sister cried out.
She threw herself out the door, a scream catching in her throat as she saw the dark monster at the end of the hallway coming for her. Fin pushed herself in the opposite direction she knew if she could just stay ahead of it she would be okay. Fin looked to the doors lining the hallway searching for someone anyone who could help her. However, the faceless, those consumed by the darkness, were there. When they saw her they groaned happily, stretching the steel of the doors trying to grab her, but as long as the light stayed on her she was safe.
After his creation, the monster was left to his own devices, to learn everything and survive on his own. When telling his tale to Victor, the monster says, "Finding the door open, I entered. An old man sat in it, near a fire, over which he was preparing his breakfast. He turned on hearing a noise; and, perceiving me, shrieked loudly, and, quitting the hut, ran across the fields with a speed of which his debilitated form hardly appeared capable" (Shelley, pg.89, 1921). Because of his physical deformities, most people ran away, afraid of the monster.
As Usher tries to persuade the narrator that it is his sister coming for him, and his friend believing Roderick has gone stark raving mad, Madeline comes bursting in through the door and kills her brother. The narrator flees from the house, and no sooner does he get away than he turns around and sees a fissure in the houses masonry envelop the house and then watch the ground swallow up the remains. In "The Fall of the House of Usher" Poe introduces the reader to three characters; Lady Madeline, Roderick Usher, and the narrator, whose name is never given. Lady Madelin, the twin sister of Roderick Usher, does not speak one word throughout the story. In fact she is absent from most of the story, and she and the narrator do not stay together in the same room.
Suddenly the smell of smoke permeated the inside of the house; the attackers had succeeded in setting fire to it. As the inhabitants came out, the warriors attacked them. Mrs. Rowlandson relates, "Then I took Children (and one of my sisters, hers) to go forth and leave the house: but as soon as we came to the dore and appeared, the Indians shot so thick that the bulletts rattled against the House, as if one had taken an handfull of stones and threw them, so that we were fain to give back." (p. 119, A Narrative of the Captivity and Restauration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson) Finally Mary Rowlandson was forced to leave the burning house. Immediately she saw her brother-in-law fall, dead from wounds; her nephew, whose leg was broken, killed, and her sister shot.
I can still hear many victims trying to swallow air as it became harder and harder to breathe. I was able to hear their yells for help, and desperate mortifying cries as I lay on my bunk trying to sleep. As much as I tried to forget I could not it was impossible. I remember my dear family, and how I could do nothing to help them I was hopeless…nothing I could do at all. Those heartless barbarians killed my whole family put them into the burning chamber where the flames consumed them, and turned every little piece of every particle that was once a portion of them, that segment is now scorched body pieces that can be darted away by the wind in hell; where the Nazis thought we should be.
This has Guy thinking there must be something in the books. He believes there has to be something in them to make someone want to stay inside a burning house. The next day Guy doesn’t go to work, he has Mildred call Beatty and tell him he is sick. Beatty ends up showing up at his house to check on him. While Beatty is there he explains to Guy the importance and history of his job.
While being told the story, the monster asks Conor to join in the chaos. However, during this time, Conor is unknowingly wrecking his grandmother’s house, tearing it limb from limb. Unconsciously, he may be taking his anger out on the world. Up to this point Conor has been keeping everything he has been feeling concealed on the inside. He is taking out his frustration out on his grandmother’s belongings.