On the other hand Victor is a tough kid that never got over the fact that his father left his family when he was young. After ten years of extreme anger, Victor gets news that his father has died. He is given the opportunity to travel to Phoenix, Arizona in order to collect his father ashes and personal belongings. Victor does not have much money and is
Alex hitch hiked along the country for months, when he was in Arcata, California in the redwood forests he stopped on the side of the United States highway 101. Jan Burres and her boyfriend Bob noticed him and felt sorry so they offered him a ride. McCandless mentioned he was surviving on edible plant and was tramping around the country having adventures. He was also telling them about how he burned and buried his belongings because he didn’t need them. Hearing and seeing him reminds Jan about her son, who is the same age as McCandless, who she hasn’t seen or talked to for years.
Wendell Berry is a man of many talents: Poetry, creative writing, teaching and farming, just to name a few. Berry was born in 1934, in the small town of Henry County, Kentucky, where he also grew up. He is the oldest of four children. Berry 's father John was both a lawyer and a tobacco farmer. So Wendell grew up around the farm helping out where he could.
Equality begins his life being considered evil by his each era and soon by himself. Learning is too easy and he wants to be challenged by becoming a Scholar, but his teachers forbid him from asking questions. He is assigned his Life Mandate as Street Sweeper for such preferences of occupation, and even there he seeks out camaraderie in International 4-8818. The life of a Street Sweeper is a home of rejects, and people who cannot conform to the reality of collectivism. Upon discovering love in the fields outside of the City, Equality feels pain for the first time, and distinguishes fear from happiness within his brother-men.
But then Bess wriggles around until she has her finger on the trigger. when she hears the highwayman 's horse, she fires the bayonet, and gives her life to warn him about the ambush. The highwayman tries to get away, but when he finds out he next day that Bess is dead he gallops back enraged, to kill the red coats .when he retreats He gets mowed down by the soldiers in the middle of the road, and dies in a pool of blood. Still, on certain winter nights, his ghost still rides down the highway to meet Bess. Summary of text 2: Lines
Cole is a 15-year old that trusts no one and no one trusts him. He feels like everyone needs to fear him because he thinks that everyone is out to get him. He thinks everyone in his town is against anything he does. He has gone to juvie many times and is just trying to get out of going to real jail. His dad beats him and his mom does not care about him she just cares about her reputation as a wealthy woman.
On his expedition of digging up buried bodies, he seeked out help from Gus, a silly farmer, but once Gus had been admitted to a home due to his old age, “Gein became desperate for fresh trophies”, which is what led him to murder the two women. It was after the death of his mother, that Gein began creating a “woman suit”, which he would wear, because he longed to become a woman. Authorities also found out that Ed engaged in necrophilia with bodies he dug up, though he denied it, claiming the corpses “smelled too bad”. One of the police who had questioned Gein, Art Schley, was found guilty of having physically assaulted Ed, by “banging Gein’s head and face into a brick wall.” At the time Gein did not have to attend his trial because of the state of his mental stability, in total he was sent to two mental institutions, one of which eventually became a prison. In 1968, once Gein was finally stable enough to attend trial, he was declared not guilty by reason of insanity.
ust after Dally was shot, Pony was thinking to himself about which of his friends died gallant and then says “He died violent and young and desperate, just like we all knew he'd die someday”(154). This is showing that in the book Pony was thinking of how this is affecting him and is grief; however, in the movie this was not shown through his thoughts but through his actions as he stared at Dally when he said Pony’s name while reaching for him. With this added part to the scene it shows how the emotions affect him with Pony’s actions after Dally had
John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men is the story of two migrant workers, George and Lennie, who are on a mission to live off the “fatta the lan’.” The story is based in 1930s Salinas Valley, California, and shows the troubles that George and Lennie meet while they work on a ranch to earn enough money to buy their own land. After a mishap leads to Lennie killing a rancher’s wife, George kills Lennie as an act of mercy for the safety of others and for Lennie himself. The differences and similarities between George and Lennie give light to what motivates their actions and how they function together. George is a small but smart man who seems to be weighed down by the burden of looking out for Lennie but is still happy to have someone to share his
In one scene, Biff admits to his father that “he is a dime a dozen”. This proves that Biff is aware of the fact that he has wasted his life chasing something that will never be. In his final conversation with his father, he attempts to make him see that he is a failure as well by saying “You were never anything put hard-working drummer who landed in the ash van lieke all the rest of thgem! I’m one dollar an hour, Willy!”. Willy, however, never admits the fact that his son and him are both losers.