At the alley, Stanley is shown fighting with his friends and acting like an animal, which introduces his animal like behavior. One major difference made in the movie was that of the ending. In the movie Blanche seems to have found comfortableness in the doctor and gives a last look on screen of helplessness. In the play Stella screams after Blanche but then goes to hug Stanley. However in the film Stella takes her baby and runs upstairs after Blanche leaves, screaming to Stanley how she will never go back to him.
In “To Kill a Mockingbird”, Scout Eliminates tension between a lynch mob and Atticus, Jem, and herself using compassion and empathy. Another situation that she is in that she uses her compassion and sympathy in the story is when Dill ran away from home because his mother and new father does not pay attention to him as much, and decides to sleep under a bench during night. Scout tried to convince her father, Atticus, for Dill to stay with them because Scout did not want to see Dill be transported to the orphanage. Thanks for the use of her compassion and empathy, Dill is able to stay in Scout’s home, and avoids staying out in the streets and the orphanage.
A contradiction that was found in the the text was when the children let Margot out of the closet. This was a contradiction because beforehand, they were all too happy to lock Margot in the closet. Text evidence that shows this is “Hey, everyone let's put her in the closet before teacher comes!” (Bradbury 130). Since they hated her so much, they even went so far to as imprison her in a closet, so this shows that they really did not like her. Another example of them being mean to her is “‘What’re you looking at?’ said William .
CO 210-01 Chapter One Homework Tracy Crawford 3a) Pandora Radio was playing and water running in the kitchen sink 3b) My children opened the door to let me know that “Mom, I am going to play.” 3c) I said no as the door slammed shut. Therefore propelling me to follow to make sure the children heard my response correctly. 3d) My children were disappointed that they couldn’t play with their friends until after some of the chore list was completed. 3e) The complete message was “Mom, we are headed to the park” but with the noise I miss heard their statement and they didn’t care to hear my response as the door was shut before I replied. CO 210-01 Chapter Two Homework Tracy Crawford 1a) Husband returns home from an appointment.
She explains that she was watching the hen laying the egg, and Michael was looking for her, and he wanted to also see the hen laying the egg. However, Hortense explains that Michael has no patience, and tells him that he cannot see the hen laying the egg. Hortense explains that Michael was starting to get annoying, and told him to get away so she can work. She gives Michael a bottle of perfumed water to distract him. Miss Jewel calls her after day after school.
Elizabeth pops into the conversation and says that she doesn’t own any poppets and there is none in her house. Cheever then finds a poppet in the house and Elizabeth says that it is Mary’s and Mary put it in here. However, Elizabeth is getting accused of having this poppet with a needle in it and then she throws Mary under the bus. In the end, it was actually Abigail’s poppet. An example of this situation in the real world is when someone in school says that they didn’t copy their friend’s homework but the friends says that they didn’t copy the homework either but in the end they both copied the homework from a person that wasn’t even mentioned.
A strange and stalker wanders up to a fifteen year old girls house, trying to convince her to come along for a ride. The girl does not want to go, and knows it can only end in doom. Temptation is a part of the evil. “‘Now, these numbers are a secret code, honey,’ Arnold Friend explained. He read off the numbers 33, 19, 17 and raised his eyebrows at her to see what she thought of that, but she didn't think much of it.” Many people believe this story relates to religious beliefs.
Shut up.” Soon after Phoebe starts to cry and tell his brother to “Shut up”, which shocks Holden as it “was the first time she ever told me to shut up. It sounded terrible.” As a result, Holden decides to take “old Phoebe” to the zoo and this is where the symbolic carrousel come into play. The symbol of the carrousel is majestic and impactful on Holden’s life. He asks Phoebe to ride the carrousel because when they were younger she “was mad about the carrousel. You couldn't get her off the goddam thing.” Phoebe insists that she is “too big” to ride the carrousel but deep down Holden knew she wanted to ride it, so he buys her a ticket.
He scramled over to Darzee 's place hearing about what happened all over the garden. Darzee was in great delight as she knew none of her babies would be eaten and that they were safe.Rikki was kind of stressed as he demanded for Daree to stop singing. He told him where the eggs where located and his wife distracted Nagaina. Rikki rusheed to the nest and crushed all but one egg. He quickly moved to Nagaina in the house holding each person hostage.
This is something to be joyful about at least, it 's distracting from the persistent cannon fire that prevents my daughter, Angeline, from sleeping. My wife pleads for us to leave before it gets more serious as I help the other men repair the holes caused by the cannonballs in the walls. I explained calmly, as panicked as I was internally, that I had to do this to defend my fellow Texans. I argued that now because the Declaration of Independence for Texas was signed, other countries would flock to our aid. She simply frowned before walking off to help the other women load weapons.
At the start of the book, Jem, Dill, and she played ‘Boo Radley’ which was a game to torment Boo into coming out of his house and to test each other’s bravery. Scout slowly begins to realize that Boo is a human being just like her. By the end of the book she calls him by his real name, Arthur, instead of the nickname the townspeople give him. When she finally gets the chance to see Mr. Arthur in person after the attack, she acts mature and non-childlike. She respects that he likes the dark so she takes him to the chair farthest from Atticus and Mr. Tate.