Then he thought throw it and made a genius plan to take down the fireman
Rose is unable to fully accept herself or the statements made by her mother throughout the chapter, until she reflects back on her relationship and realizes how her mother predicted this by the condition of the garden taken care of by her husband. She understands her mother finally and stands up to Ted, explaining to him how she was going to fight for everything in the divorce.
So even there will be a consequence in the wish just make sure that when it is wished for that it is an intelligent one.
| Rose is describing her frustration and also, describes her jealousy towards Caroline’s life; that she escaped from living on a farm and had the ability to choose her life.
The pain she reflects is intense. Rose never doubts staying in the marriage; she would never abandon her world. Her family means everything to her. Although this is true, it does not stop her from letting Troy know how angry his infidelity has made her. Her pain just makes her stronger and more determined to continue her life as usual, but without the love she once professed her husband. Rose poignantly tells him “All of the sudden it’s ‘we’. Where was ‘we’ at when you was down there rolling around with some forsaken woman?”(2.1). Rose made it clear that she was not going to abide by Troy’s ways any longer. Their lives would never be the same. Their love evaporates just as the morning dew the midst of day.
As a side note I did look to see if I could find Rose’s diary but was unsuccessful. If anyone can find it I would be interested to read that passage in full context.
Scared that the kids would discover the oil scam. Jimmy set a controlled burn, to scare away the kids. Now more bad news came for the RDEC the fire investigator found out that it was a arson, and that they found a RDEC pen near the arson. “ oh I must have drop it from my helicopter when I was shooting pictures” he lied. But when the arson investigator said that they had a boy on the suspect list named Duane Scrod Jr., Jimmy was relieved. “ Have you seen this boy anywhere?” the arson investigator asked. “ I believe I have, in fact i’m sure of it” Jimmy said with a fake grin. He then he went to the Scrods junk house and grab anything of the boys to place near the arson. When being attacked by a parrot, he managed to grab the kids bookbag. “ I went to the hardware store and bought a butane torch to place at the scene of the arson.” he said to the judge “ then placed the bookbag in the arson and called the arson
Pearl whipped her head around to face Rose. “D-don’t be absurd, Rose!” She said with a nervous laugh. “This place...it’s part of history. I learned so much here, saw so much here. I...I can’t bear to part with it.”
“Okay, wish number one. I wish my family would leave me alone. Number two, I wish Decatur wasn’t so dirty. And, number three, I wish Mike would get a taste of his own medicine,” said Joe.
see anyone doing good with their life . Rose is the one that tries to keep everything in place . She
Rose asked Dr. Turnblad if her injuries were permanent. He told her from how much time has passed and her physical findings, there is permanency to her injuries.
I wish that I could be rich, that I had this car, that I could go to India, that I could be a billionaire… Don’t these all sound fine and innocent to wish? The big and important lesson that is found in The Monkey’s Paw is the evils of wishes. Wishes, throughout history and literature have something to do with magic, showing that they are unreal and seem to come from nothing when they come true. When we wish for something we do not think, “I will go and work for this until I have it” but we sit there and think, doing nothing. We hope that chance will somehow magically give us what we want. If wishes came true, the ideas of W. W. Jacobs on this topic would surround us. Wishing is fruitless, and if it did bear fruit it would only be able to work through realistic ways. It boils down to this, magic is not real, and if there is any type of fate it works through the laws of nature. Wishes do not come true, if they do it is because work is done to accomplish them. The definition of wish is to “want something that cannot or probably will not happen,” so why wish but to make oneself miserable? If magic and fate worked together it would make wishes come true, through the most horrific and sensible ways
She would never fully understand Rose's motive in all this. Why this all had to be. However, the pain of it all, it was real. She couldn't understand it either. There was so much yet so little she knew. But when Rose's arms found her way around her she felt that warmth again. It melted her from the inside and she couldn't help but lean into the Gem for comfort.
wish for because we might want one thing and then we might end up not wanting it again. Or we
Rose has change from a normal person to a person who has lost contact with reality. Although she may have lost contact with reality and act inappropriate at time; she still remembers who her family is and know they care. In addition, she still listens to people whom she know cares about her. For instance, she stops sleeping with everyone she meets, when Dr. Thorne told her “I cannot make love to every beautiful woman I meet and, furthermore, I can’t do that and by your therapist, too. It’s great shame, but I think you might be able to find a really nice guy, someone who treats you just as sweet and kind as I would, if I were lucky enough to be your beau” (Bloom, 77). Rose may have lost contact with reality, but a part of her still knows what is best for herself and try her best to follow her treatment and enjoy life at Dr. Thorne’s halfway house. Overall, Rose psychotic may change her life, but it did not change what she values inside as a