After that she started to be a nicer, more mature sister and she started to care about more than just herself because when she was walking home from school Holling pushed her out of the way from a bus that was about to hit her and then the bus hit him instead of it hitting her. And she said “Holling you saved my life.” and when she was with her family at her dad banquet they had flowers on their shirts to show that they were the perfect family so she took her flower and flushed it down the toilet and said to Holling “ down the toilet.” Because she didn 't to be part of the perfect family.
Tom borrowed Gatsby's yellow Rolls-Royce to drive up to the city. On the way to New York City, Tom made a detour at a gas station in the Valley of Ashes, a run-down part of Long Island. The owner, George Wilson, shared his concern that his wife, Myrtle, may be having an affair. This unnerved Tom, who I know had been the one having an affair with Myrtle, and he leaves in a hurry.
Merche knows he’s lying and they become brief friends until she gets off the bus. Rafa finally makes it to Amaia’s house and confesses his love to her, but ultimately gets rejected. He leaves and gets caught up in a dumpster fire, and is put in jail. While in jail, he meets some small time terrorists and pretends to be one too. He calls Amaia and she ignores his pleas until she receives a phone call from her father who was elated to hear from her after not speaking in 6 years.
Sure, enough the man at the door said it was his daughter but she had died at the intersection where she had stopped him two years before. (Mickelson, “the vanishing hitchhiker”) Another story is a young man that he met a girl named Lavender and a dance who he thought was beautiful and offered to take her home. He thought of this as a great idea to get to know her better.
Little Willa, little sister of Beverly tell some story on how to save Beverly from death. At the ball, the fallen angel disguised as a waiter and poisoned Beverly’s drink. When Peter and Beverly got home from a ball, Peter watches the tent where Beverly sleeps. It casts a shadow of Beverly changing dress. He joins her and they make love.
A lot of people want to be surrounded by loved ones in their last minutes. But not everyone has that luxury. Princess Diana was one of the unlucky ones. Her life was cut short due to a car accident. She was devoted to her country, her people and her family.
But Daisy finally said “I did love him once, but I loved you too.” This was hard for Gatsby grasp. Tom finally told daisy for her and Gatsby to leave and go home (p.132). They left in the big yellow car. Having found out about his wife’s affair with Tom Mr. Wilson locked her in her room.
Pudge is confused as to why she went through all the trouble just to get a flower but Alaska quickly explains that her parents used to put white flowers in her hair when she was younger. The next encounter with the white flowers is when Alaska has white tulips in her dorm room, those flowers are the same flowers Alaska had in her car when she passed away in the car accident. No one could figure out why she had the flowers in her car until the final time the reader hears about the flowers. The final time flowers are mentioned is when Pudge is on the phone with his mother and he sees little doodles of white flowers on the phone booth. This leads him to remember where and why Alaska was going on the night she died.
John, feeling hurt and betrayed, purchases a gun and kills Mary and James along with himself leaving his wife Madge. With all characters dead the author continues the story with widow Madge who meets understanding Fred and falls in love, “everything continues as in A, but under different names”. They get a house by the seashore that was just perfect until a tidal wave comes and takes their perfect house along with other thousands of lives. Madge and Fred survive the tidal wave only to find that Fred has a bad heart. They spend time together in love waiting for his time to
“ The Caucasians servers were thinking that the fruit poured over rice would make a good dessert. Among the Japanese, of course, rice is never eaten with sweet foods, only with salty or savory food.” Then the author Mrs. Watasuki leads on by saying “I was horrified when I saw the apricot syrup seeping through my little mound of rice.” Despite being in an in-sanities surrounding their culture was unintentionally disrespected. Furthermore
When the mother got home she saw her lifeless body she called 911 immediately. She noticed and big whole in her daughter’s throat that’s when dispatchers said , " To put my hand over it and try CPR that way. " How do we not know Anna did it on her own? Mr. Breck is not Guilty because he did not even know Ms. Palmer.
Some similarities between the book and the movie are Pony, Johnny and, Two-Bit watch a movie with Cherry Valance and her friend. Then after the movie they start to walk home when cherry’s boyfriend and his friends come up behind them in his car. Other are when going to the church Pony and Johnny cut their hair, and Johnny bleaches Pony’s hair to disguise themselves. At the church Dally comes to pick them up to go out to eat and when they came back the church is on fire. Kids were stuck in the church while it was on fire, and they run in to save them.
Many of the foreigners see the Dutch as blunt because of their straightforwardness (“Dutch). It is hard to offend them thus, so anyone can speak their mind without displeasing them (“Dutch). The Dutch are reserved so they do not share personal information, even to their close friends (“Netherlands Language). The Dutch are formal while dining (“Netherlands Language). They use utensils in a proper way and the host must eat before anyone else (“Netherlands Language).
“They were pure and innocent—something that wasn’t often found in this world of greed, disgrace, and self-gratification” (Preston 88). Clover often thought of the girls in his cellar as flowers; his mother taught him that flowers were pure and beautiful, and that is what he wanted his family to be similar too. One night, Summer Robinson is walking alone in the dark, something her crazy-hot-protective boyfriend ☺ always tells her not to do. She suddenly hears and sees a man walking toward her saying “Lily”, and he soon calls her Lily. Because of this, Summer feels uneasy and tries to find an escape route; the man kidnaps her and brings her to his cellar.