A few hours later a few prisoners retaliated and blocked themselves into their cells. It would appear that the prisoners got tired of the harassment and therefore acted out. The guards took back control of the situation and detained the so called ringleaders. The agitators were placed in solitary confinement and shortly after the prisoners’ behavior changed dramatically. One prisoner became absolutely hostile and started screaming uncontrollable.
The narratives are haunting and powerfully inventive narratives steeped in Orthodox life and custom and Jewish history. However, the narratives find their best expression in the openness of spirit. It is the openness of spirit, which Nathan uses to portray the concept that through doubt one can find a way to faith. In despair, the narratives see a chance for increasing wisdom and a chance at deepening understanding. Nathan Englander paints a picture of a group of Polish Jews heading for a concentration camp in Auschwitz and in a deft pull has them turn into acrobats sidestepping the caprices of the Nazi regime.
The speaker is still focused on him/herself as seen in the use of “I” and “me”. The feelings of guilt and grief begin to surface after the speaker’s murderous rampage, they say, “If only they’d all consented to die unseen gassed underground the quiet Nazi way.” This loaded sentence brings the poem full-circle again, speaking of the gassing and referencing Nazis; however, it seems to be a charged accusation to the woodchucks themselves, as if the speaker is accusing them of bringing out all of this evil because they didn’t choose to die easily when the speaker was being
He stated that the report was biased because it did not cover the resolution or the opinion of the bullies, while I believed that the nature of her story in the report was to show the influence of bullies. After arguing for more than twenty minutes, I realized that what actually mattered was the opinion of the interviewee: ending the argument in a hurry, I called her at once to apologize for the troubles that the report had caused, and inquired her opinion about putting down the report. The interviewee’s voice trembled in the phone call: it was certain that she managed not to cry over the phone, but she preferred to let our news agency make the decision. This was the first time that our agency’s report disturbed the lives of interviewees; therefore, I raised a small debate within the news agency to make the final decision. The report was deleted, because the majority of the news agency favored to do so.
According to Treviño & Brown, 2005 “Ethical leaders are thought to be moral persons because they are honest and trustworthy, take good care of their people, and do the right things in both their personal and professional lives. They make decisions based on values and ethical decision rules, and they are fair and concerned about stakeholders’ interests and long-term outcomes”. Ebbers did not display nor demonstrated any of the above characteristics of ethical leaders, he rather displayed unethical characteristics which was not obvious but was later exposed and the outcomes was in different forms of scandals. Yes, Ebbers could have used characteristics of ethical leaders to accomplish a successful results and outcomes
Than he hears about his brother being fired from his job for being, “Tooo wasted,” (Norberg, 279). This shows Sheldon bad drugs really are, and what they can do to a person, his brother went from having a decent job to having nothing. Later on towards the end of the book the one thing that finally pushes him to get out of the drug business is when he realizes how risky the business is as in when he says, “ “Hey,” Horn started in, “Our weeds been ripped off.” ”(Norberg, 314). By this point Sheldon has already come to realize the downfalls and now the risks on the business and he came to the realization that the risk wasn’t worth the
She thought Esther’s suicide attempt and disappearance were fascinating, and she ended up doing things intentionally so that she would get sent to the same private treatment center Esther was in for a time. Joan ended up dying by suicide shortly before Esther did. Esther’s depression was also shown to affect Buddy Willard. Since both his significant relationships, Joan and Esther, ended in psychiatric stays and worse, Buddy comes to visit Esther one day feeling very guilty. While there, he asks her with complete seriousness: “Do you think there’s something in me that drives women crazy?” (Plath, 1971, p. 237).
Paul has made bad and good choices that have changed and affected him greatly. Some got him into the Tangerine crew while others got him in trouble. Paul’s choice to confess to Tino affected him because he had gained Tino’s trust, he got a new friend and that meant a lot. Stated in the book “Hey? Do you remember when you guys got busted at the carnival?” “Yeah what about it?” “Well I’m the one who ratted you out.” (pg.175).
A major similarity is that Mr.Jones and Mr.Ross use students to see if others are following rules. If they don’t follow rules they get kicked out of the class and have to go to the library. Since he used students to monitor wave members they turned on each other and broke many good friendships. Another similarity is that there was one student in both The Wave and The Third Wave that rebelled against it. Laurie rebelled by writing the truth about the in the newspaper the grapevine and a real student hung up posters that said negative things about the wave.