IDEK the Kapos started to beat Elie’s Father for no reason , and left him with a lot of injuries. “ And he began beating him with a iron bar. At the first, my Father simply doubled over under the blows… “ ( Page 54). This demonstrates that the attacks were unprecedented and also were constant. Next Franek, the Foreman that who some mental problems , keeps attacking his Father for Elie’s gold crown .
Tim sees his brother, who gave up his everything to enlist, be killed by the soldiers he had fought alongside for three years. The allegation against Sam saying that he stole his own cattle made no sense to Tim, but it showed him that war is not fair. Tim saw how ruthless war could make men, causing them to be power hungry and kill to keep their ego strong. The Patriots were no exception to war’s dominant power, and after Sam’s death, Tim leaned towards
When Carolyn Bryant’s husband found out what happened he immediately wanted vengeance. He ended up shooting Till and throwing him in the Tallahatchie river. When everyone came to see the dead body, they became outraged. All that became even worse when the murderers were found not guilty. Emmett Till helped people who were on the edge about joining the civil rights movement, to finally do it.
In page 64 it shows how abusive he was. “His father shouted as he started hitting Cole again, this time with the metal buckle end” (64). This shows how negative he acted on Cole and it reflects and backlashes on Cole because it gives him the same characteristics like his dad , abusive, short temper, and when he's irritated he doesn't know what to do so he resorts to violence. Towards the end of the book it shows how everything has consequences because Mr.Matthews got charged for abuse. “ One Month after Cole’s return from the island, the police had arrested and formally charged his father with child abuse “ (137).
In the short story “The Pin” by Chris Crutcher, a story in his anthology, Athletic Shorts: Six Short Stories, the theme is about a dad and a son who love each other and hate each other at times. On page 13, the dad shows anger to his son after the wrestling match. “Before more than three hundred people my father slaps the side of my face so hard I sit on the mat as if dropped by a hammer.” He slapped the son for really no reason after the wrestling match in front of his friends and teachers. Cecil was mean to his son because he pinned him in the match. The kid wanted to win and the dad did not want him to win when the dad wanted to show his son how to wrestle.The dad pushed him to do those things I don’t thing the boy wanted to wrestle
As a little boy dealing with the death of an old ill-tempered neighbor to the unsettling conclusion of an unfair trial of an African American man, Jem Finch had grown significantly. In To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the main protagonist’s older brother, Jem Finch faces many challenges that makes him grow. Jem also faces the injustice of Tom Robinson an African American who had been accused of raping a white woman that his father Atticus is defending. During those events Jem’s coming of age develops with conflict, characterization, and mood. First, Jem has an internal conflict with himself when he finds out that Mrs. Dubose has passed away.
This resentment of phonies is what led Chapman to kill John Lennon on the 8th of December, 1980. To begin with, Chapman had a very unhappy childhood. Besides being the constant target of bullies, his parents’ anger towards one another infringed upon his childhood development (Mark David Chapman, n.d., para.49). “He lived in dread of his father, who would beat his mother”, and dreamt of killing him (Mark David Chapman, n.d., para.3). The reading of Salinger’s book brought a new light into his life.
The underlying reason of why Derek was the leader of the Neo-Nazi group and had problems with anger management is that his father was murdered by black drug dealers. So, this traumatic experience led him to become a passionate racist and naturally his brother, Danny inspired by him. Danny wrote a paper about Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf to his black Jewish teacher, Sweeney. Dr. Sweeney wanted him to write a new paper which is about his brother and his history. However, after learning what happened to Derek in prison and the reason of why he changed his ideology of being racist and rejected to be the leader of united Neo-Nazi group, Danny
The Grand Inquisitor, a 90 year old man, also witnessed these acts and becomes angry. Enraged, he orders the guards to arrest him. All the people fear the Inquisitor, since he is the ruler and has been for many years, burning those at the stake who do not follow the organization of the church. Alyosha does not speak much, but does wonder why his brother would write such a poem. Ivan 's poem criticizes Christ for rejecting the three temptations offered by satan.
It all starts with the hardware store, but Peter tattled. So Cole did the only thing he knew how to do. It 's a whole circle, Cole’s dad beat him and was an awful person and Cole is also going to be a dreadful person. “When my dad uses the belt on me, I know he 's trying to hurt me. I see it in his eyes.
Betrayal can leads to Change In the novel “Flight”, Sherman Alexie goes through the life of Zits, a boy who had lost his mom when he was 6 years old by cancer and knows that his father was indian and left when he was born. Having lost both parents, had made his life a total mess. He runs away from his foster homes, gets drunk, steals and gets caught by Dave, the police officer who almost always catches him. Dave knows almost everything about zits and has given him many chances to put his life together. He meets Justice, who is a 17 year old boy who teaches zits how to be violent and messes everything up.