You aint got no reason to be sitting there now with all that crying, I never see anybody have trouble it did them any good to do the way you are doing, Lena. You go home now, and you tell your Mrs. Why you stand there so stupid, why dont you answer, Lena, said Mrs. I liked to have him. After the birth of her first child, even her gentleness started to degrade.
Caster, Family, High school 2239 Words 6 Pages. I never see anybody like you Lena. Nellie was dark and thin, and looked Italian. You be a good girl, now Lena. Haydon went down every day to Lena, gave her things to make her better, held her head when it was needful, and generally was good and did her duty by her. His father had found him in New York, where Herman had gone to be with his married sister.
Her impact encourages many great women singers today because she broke the color barrier in music. Aldrich thats the way it is with them girls when they want so to get married. And so her aunt always said nice things now to Lena, and though Mrs. This shows how patient she was. The entertainment value is also increased by Hellman's use of humor. You tell me what it is you want she should be doing, I tell her.
Tinged with melancholy, each section ending in death, these are not happy tales. You go home and get married to that Lena, Herman. Haydon really never minded things like that when she could do things for anybody. This effect also led me to consider what the society thought of the and why they were treated this way. Haydon could get her a good husband. And Lena never knew for certain whether it was really poison, that green stuff that she had tasted.
She just told him about getting married to Lena Mainz who was a good worker and very saving and never wanted her own way, and Herman made his usual little grunt in answer to her. He tried to cure the boy of his bad ways, and make him honest, but the mother could not make herself let the father manage, and so the boy was brought up very badly. You know she is always so good to you, Lena, and I know she let you, and I tell her all about that stupid Herman Kreder. The elder girl, Mathilda, was blonde, and slow, and simple, and quite fat. She now scolded Lena hard for letting herself go so, and going out when she was looking so untidy. By and by Lena had two more little babies.
Then too these days Mrs. Answer me, Lena, dont you like Herman Kreder? Haydon, Lenas aunt, had two daughters who were just beginning as young ladies, and she had a little boy who was not honest and who was very hard to manage. The other girls, of course, did tease her, but then that only made a gentle stir within her. During these four years of service, Lena always spent her Sundays out at the house of her aunt, who had brought her four years before to Bridgepoint. She did not like her because for her Lena was a fool and so stupid, and she would let those Irish and Italian girls laugh at her and tease her, and everybody always made fun of Lena, and Lena never got mad, or even had sense enough to know that they were all making an awful fool of her. She remembered how nice Lena had looked all the time she was in service with her, and how her voice had been so gentle and sweet-sounding, and how she always was a good girl, and how she never had to have any trouble with her, the way she always had with all the other girls who had been taken into the house to help her.
He dont say much to me, but I guess he is a good man, and I do anything you say for me to do. All her Sundays out Lena spent at Mrs. Her first job in the 1930s was at the Cotton Club, where blacks could perform, but not be admitted as customers; by 1969, when she acted in the film Death of a Gunfighter, her character's marriage to a white man went unremarked in the script. Now dont let me ever see you come looking like this any more Lena, and you just stop with that always crying. It was a disgrace the way Lena had been left, to any decent family, and that could never be made any different to her.
Instead of hearing the gentle melodic tunes of the currents I hear the disturbing screams of my only son. She told me with amusement how Ordinsky, the Pole, had presented himself at her door one evening, and said that if the landlord was annoying her by his attentions, he would promptly put a stop to it. But that poor Lena, she never did know how to show herself off for what she was really. Sometimes Herman even went to Mrs. While it was coming, Lena had grown very pale and sicker.
What's on your mind, Jim? She liked her life very well where she was working. Disgrace to have him go away and leave her. The younger, Bertha, who was almost as tall as her sister, was dark, and quicker, and she was heavy, too, but not really fat. They helped society in giving Muslim women a higher level of status. Haydon quick, as soon as she saw Lena, began to scold her for keeping her aunt waiting so long for her, and for not coming in all the week to see her, to see if her aunt should need her, and so her aunt had to send a boy to tell her. He always said she was too good, and nobody ever thanked her for it, and there Lena was always standing stupid and not answering anything anybody wanted.