(Townsend 6.) Also after they realized the baby was gone “Anne and the servants searched the house, starting in the nursery, and none of them saw the ransom note on the window sill. Yet Lindbergh discovered it after returning to the nursery alone.” (Townsend 11.) As suspicious as that sounds Lindbergh also just happened to forget his son’s dog that slept under the crib every night. (Townsend 11.)
Gripping it tightly, I closed my eyes, remembering what my dad said whenever we watched a zombie show. "Swing at the head Ivy." Opening my eyes, still gripping the knife, I look around the kitchen. Dodging cans, bowls, and bottles, I peek around the corner to the living room. Seeing nothing there, I head to the last room downstairs, the laundry room.
His goal is to prove that wolves are killing thousands of caribou for sport, but he find that the wolves are not to blame for the decrease in caribou populations. The most significant factor Mowat uses to convince the reader that wolves are not viscous killers is the rhetorical strategy of logos. In chapter seven of the book, Mowat spends hours watching a new found wolf den. After a long time of no movement he decides to stand up. As he turns around he sees three adult wolves had been “sitting there behind my back for hours” (71).
Home is where people get comfort, but that’s not the case for Aphonso or just “Zo”. He lives in an unsafe community where there are burglars. When the burglars are at his front doorstep he is terrified. He doesn’t know what to do, but eventually he stands up for himself and fights his fear. In the short story “Fear” by Terry Trueman, Zo, the protagonist, is completely terrified in his house, alone, but he has a spark of confidence to stand up for himself and take action.
He sleeps in the kitchen with his wife and kids, because he would not risk leaving them alone in their rooms; he did not trust the boards inside of their chimney. Nat was successful throughout the story; but it can be inferred that eventually (due to the inevitability of the recurring attacks) their household falls, with it Nat and his
He would eat bugs and rats for breakfast and lunch, and if he was lucky to kill a bird or rabbit he had something for dinner. He lived under a rock overhang and only had buffalo skin for protection from the sun’s heat in the morning and the cold at night. William would hunt for food, sleep, hunt, then sleep again. Day and night that’s all William would do. Once in a while he would stare at the Devil’s Tower wondering and pondering on what is beyond that area.
They shut the door and the door flew open with the doll up in the air with the black devils face behind the doll. The members had started to run one by one out of the house. One of the members was still in the room looking into the closet with the doll. After all of the members have ran out of the house, the kid that was left in the house had grew brave to try to run for the door. But the darkness had grew from the closet to part of the room and took over the door.
Kaneki wanted to end his life. He wanted to starve himself to death. He went to his room and locks it. Then he throws the key out of the window. He did not hear the metallic sound of key hitting the floor because the room which he was staying in was on 20th floor.
Get to know the person as who they really are before you start to judge. In To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee, many characters have some very misleading appearances. One side of the book is about Boo Radley living near Atticus. They assume he is a very bad, scary person because he never comes out of the house. From what they see, the house is falling apart and is very dark inside all the time.
When the time came that we could go into our home, the sights were unbelievable and certainly didn 't look like "our home!" As I walked into the kitchen area, I thought to myself "there 's not much to save from this area..." just then my eyes went to the refrigerator. I had collected many magnets that clung to the doors of our fridge that depicted, pictures, places we had been, Mother 's Day sayings from my sons and precious Bible verses, it seemed all were melted and gone.
As a was running down the hallway I heard footsteps and I turn into a classroom that was big as two rooms put together. The room was not filled with joy it was a whole nightmare, all you could see was a light switch that was glowing at the top of of the stair case, so I went up there to turn it on and I saw peple without mask they where screming my name and i knew that was my friends they where going into a trap and it was a net at the end of the hallway. I ran after them “waspppppp” the sound of the net scared me and my friends where smart enought no to go in there and something set it off I do know what did nut i was out so i whould not get
Once we unload, my cousin, Emma, and my friend Luke get on our four wheelers and explore the one hundred acres we have. Once we got back, we usually have dinner and talk around the campfire. After that, we all go to bed. I used to get up really early
I remember the day it happened, just like it happened yesterday. I woke to the birds whistling, chickens clucking, and cows mooing. Just like any other day, I got out of bed changed out of my gown and into my everyday dress. I prepared breakfast for the kids, all nine of them. My husband Ahern was in the woods hunting, I knew he wouldn’t be back until that evening so I prepared to fix and mend clothes.
But they all fell back down and as soon as they looked up he was there. And so, he snatched them and took them to house out in the middle of nowhere. They could not tell where they were and all a sudden they heard a loud bang he locked them in the house nothing there but them. So, their first idea was to look for a window they found one but it was on the third floor and so they went to find something to bust out the windows because it was locked on the outside. But they kept looking and looking and so they found a little stool.
The Fall by: Hailey Phipps “Nobody likes you.” “Everybody hates you.” “ Just do it all ready.” Every night those words would slice through my thoughts like sharp knives slicing through my brain. Every day when I got home from school, I would sit in my closet with a razor blade in my hand and my wrist facing up. “Just do it.” “It’s not like you have any friends or anyone who would miss you.” I felt like I was falling down a bottomless pit, and there was nobody there to save me. When I would go to school the next morning, people in the hall would walk into me as if I was a ghost. I felt like I was completely invisible.