From the begging of the book, we can see that Bella may not be the most emotional or personal character based on her relationship with her father. Bella is very distant from her father, as she left him and Forks with her mother when she was only a child. She does not show much emotion or love towards him, even after he buys her a truck, and refers to him as Charlie rather than dad or father or papa or any other sort of informal noun to describe one’s father, a person who is about 50% responsible for your existence. The first few chapters discuss Bella settling into her new life in
Bella does this knowing that Grandma hadn’t showed love to any of her kids mentioned in the play. As the play progresses, Bella begins to threaten and revolt against Grandma for the underlying purpose of forcing love out of her. All of this is part of Bella’s plan in which she scares Grandma to try and get her to admit that she needs and loves Bella. When Bella storms out near the end of the play, Grandma realizes how much she needs and loves her. This scene in which Bella runs away from Grandma’s is crucial to Bella’s character analysis. This scene can be viewed in two alternative ways. One viewpoint would be that Bella was simply upset that Grandma shut down the idea that her dream of having a family may come true. Another way this scene can be understood is that Bella wanted Grandma to understand how much she needs her. All Bella wants from Grandma is a little love and support, but after failing at getting this many times, Bella decides she has to prove it to Grandma that she loves her by running away. This shows just how badly Bella wants to have that feeling of love from
Bella was fighting for better treatment in her career. Then a fight happened. Yetta, being Bella’s friend, tried to help her, but failed. The author writes “Tell him that Yetta was really trying to help me, she didn’t do anything wrong, she shouldn’t be in that police wagon-”(Haddix 100). This quote from Uprising, shows how Bella took this situation.
“Ok i'm going mom.” replied Hunter some what annoyed. He opened his eyes and opened the blinds to be greeted by the foggy and cloudy sky. Hunter looked at his clock to see he only has 15 minutes before he becomes late. He got dressed and grabbed his bag filled with clothes and ran down stairs and saw his clock with only ten minutes left before he's late. He started to eat his food.
Sarah heard Bella hit the water. She started to cry as she sees the rough waves consume Bella. Sarah stays at the cliff for hours mourning over the death of her best friend and can 't help but think it 's her fault.
When Bella receives the letter that reveals her family's death, she has to find Yetta, who is able to translate the letter for her. After finding Yetta and receiving the bad news, Jane took Bella home because she was hysterical. By leaving her comfort zone Bella changes because it causes her to find two girls that she trusted to read her family's death letter to her. Leaving her comfort zone and meeting Jane and Yetta also changed Bella because it led to her having people that she knew she could trust and count on through hard times. This changed Bella because if she would not have found these girls Bella would not have seen the brighter sides of things; for example Bella says to Yetta “spring” after Yetta makes the statement “what’s there to hope for now?”
This was the part Bella hated so much, where she had to sew the wound because it was too deep, with a needle dip in alcohial and set the tip of the needle on fire, she began to stitch the wound. And before she knew it the worst had been done, she grab the gauze from the first aid kit and wrap around her hand. Bella had thirty minutes to get to school before she was mark late, she took a ten minute shower and got dress, rushed through the kitchen to grabbed a red apple and made sure she had gotten her keys before she locked the door. Then hop onto her 2015 Kawasaki ninja zx-6r ABS which she recieved from her parents on her sixteen birthday. She didn't know that would be the last time she would see her parents. As of that day, Bella loath her birthday,it reminded her of her parents death, which they burned in a
As Anna is watching her sister and her friends, she steams up a crazy idea that she is going to the party too. The time comes for all the girls to leave, so they all hop in the car and head to the party. What they do not know is little Anna secretly followed them on her bike. Anna, pedaling as fast as she can, she finally arrives at the party. She begins to walk around, and she is mesmerized. Everyone is dancing and having the time of their life. While keeping an eye out for her older sister Alice, she gets a little thirsty. She grabbed a drink off of a table and realized it tasted a little funny, but that didn’t bother Anna. As she’s walking around looking at everyone she starts to feel a little light-headed, and she passes out under a tree. When she wakes up, she sees that everything was different, even her. She was a big girl now, just like she wanted. She takes off walking home, as she sees many homeless people on the streets she gets confused. Anna walks past a store and sees a calendar, it’s the year 1932, twenty years later. Anna arrives home feeling very disarranged. She sees that her family is now poor, and
Romance novels are typically based in a set pattern and Karen van der Zee’s A Secret Sorrow is no exception. Meanwhile, in Gail Godwin’s “A Sorrowful Woman”, the romance aspect is not nearly as focused on. While A Secret Sorrow is a nice, easy romance novel, the short story “A Sorrowful Woman” is a much better example of literature, and portrays a much more unique message. The two stories differ greatly when compared by their theme, by the role of motherhood and children, and by how they are written.
“Help! Someone help me!” Surena tried to yell but there was too much smoke around. Then she saw a little figure coming into her mother’s room, it was Bell… “Belle get out of here! Out!” Surena yelled. Belle wouldn’t move, she came over to Surena and started to tug on the rope. Eventually Belle managed to get Surena untied out of the chair. Belle looked pretty sick so she had to get out of that room. Surena grabbed the door handle and, it was extremely hot.
Her mother just stared blankly at the floor when she started to tear up. “Lights out”, she replied as tears started to flow down her cheeks like a waterfall. “Mum, I’m really sorry...I..I..didn’t mean it”, said Rydie. In silence, she walked back to her room while her mother sobbed quietly in the shadows of the
Little Bella was born with a terminal disease, and she was not expected to live for long. As her parents make the painful decision to remove her from life support, they give her a final kiss only to be stunningly surprised by what happens next.
Bella responds with “’Mostly I dream about being with you forever’” (Meyers, Twilight 498). She says this to try to tell Edward that she is willing to risk anything, even her own life to be with him. Bella won’t listen to Edward despite him trying to convince her she is overreacting.