Executing each fine detail requires extraordinary skill, attention to detail and a great amount of patience and time. They would only tell their father if their mother insists. But it would appear that there must have been a direct connexion between early Irish Christianity and the tradition of Byzantine art decoration seen in the monasteries of Egypt, as well as the highly orientalized Greek Christianity of the south-east Mediterranean. Morel takes to the new baby immediately; likewise, Arthur is the only baby to love Morel immediately. Local scenes of the rural Pennsylvania countryside where the tiles are made are the inspiration for each design. Mrs. Morel dislikes living in the Bottoms; she is from Bestwood and she feels superior to the other women married to miners — the Morel home is located on the end of a street and in the best block.
However, things gets so tense in the Morel household that Morel finally does not care about his treatment in the family. Jose sneers, and Makarov’s right shoulder receives a cut, too. When she shrinks back from feeding the chickens, her brothers are disgusted with her fear and Miriam is full of shame and misery. Absorbed in the amount of activity and people and trucks, Paul does not see that his father looks terribly grieved and weary. Paul, Annie and Arthur pick William up at the train station; Paul is so proud and excited for William that he wants to let the people in the station know that William, their very own William, is returning from London. Gertrude Morel comes from an established family, the Coppards; she had inherited her mother’s beautiful looks and her father’s proud, fiery temper.
One day she was humiliated to learn that her husband has not paid any bills for the house or the furniture and that he owes over half the money. Morel cries to Paul, «‘My son.'» Part 1, Chapter 6, pg. 141 Paul recognizes his mother’s voice and face, and regains consciousness. During the fall and winter months, the Morels are very poor. PhotoIn a new study, 24 kindergartners were taught in two classroom settings: one unadorned, the other decorated with posters and artwork. Mrs. Morel remarks at how beautiful the surrounding countryside is, while Paul expresses his wonder and amazement at the sight of the pit, with the mining trucks going about. As Paul says, «But I like the feel of men on things, while they’re alive. When Paul furiously explains to his mother that the contractors are brutes and hateful men, Mrs.