(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.)
If you haven’t figured out their habits quite yet and why silverfish extermination can be so difficult, here’s a bit about their lifestyle that makes them hard to control, especially if you are dealing with a large population. Silverfish don’t transfer diseases to people or a pet but that doesn’t make them easier to live with. Even so, who wants the fear and embarrassment of having scaly insects crawling all over your home when you have guests over? In fact, who wants silverfish making you home their happy abode even if nobody is there other than you? The answer is probably nobody.
One of the immediate ways to kill bed bugs is to steam them out. …” (And information found in Quotations from The 4 Best Ways to Stop Bed Bug Bites Immediately). A big problem in the world is bedbugs. Bedbugs are hard to get out of big business building 's cause they are microscopic. And people can 't see anything microscopic with the normal eye.
it is used to show the nervous attitudes that everyone has about the factory and once again expressing what is unknown about the ginormous factory. The Buckets learn very little from Grandpa George’s stories about Wonka and his reasoning for closing the factory the long shot shows the still present uncertainty. Furthermore, longshot is used in Edward Scissorhands when Peg is in Edward’s room in the mansion before she meets Edward. Long shot is used to express the mysterious and intimidating nature of
If he ever needed help and tried to seek it from the people of Maycomb, it is very unlikely that anyone would help him due to how he was viewed: a troubled man who could be a potential threat to society. When Atticus says that there are many other ways of making people into ghosts, he means that it does not have to be physical intimidation. He is suggesting to Jem that perhaps Boo Radley is being kept under control because Mr. Radley is using some other means. This is a powerful quote because it introduces ideas about how Boo Radley is treated at home. This also introduces Boo Radley as being a mockingbird.
When the argument shifts its setting by moving from the bedroom to the kitchen, Carver’s use of symbolism adds intensity to the story. Too busy with their selfishness, “In the scuffle they knocked down a flowerpot that hung behind the stove” (329). Neither parent stopped to see the broken pot, nor did any of them break focus on their fight with the child. The kitchen is usually a place where a family comes together, but here they were breaking apart at the seams. The encroaching darkness was also a large factor in all of this.
Ray Bradbury 's “The Veldt” takes place in a house that can do anything the want which results in the main characters-George, Lydia, Peter, and Wendy Hadley not sharing a strong bond with their family. You end up having no connection to your family so you have trouble communicating and having feelings for them which results in even though the machines don’t have any feelings or connections having to machines more that other people this shows how when people use technology too much or machines. People become to rely on them too much which dehumanises them and Bradbury shows that by symbolism, imagery and dialogue. Ray Bradbury uses symbolism to show how machines dehumanise people. One example is what the lions actually mean, the lions represent
The city is afraid of ideas, therefore are rejected whole-heartedly by the government. Ideas spark discussions which become disagreements, leading to arguments and unhappiness. The solution, “burn everything, fire is bright ad fire is clean” (173). Within this socially deprived society people have lost the ability to just converse with one another, to the level where it was odd to merely talk with your family in your own home “her house lights were on…what’s going on. (He) had rarely seen that many house lights… just my mother and father and uncle
They can completely ignore the law and others will have to make up for it. These members themselves are not even allowed to under mind their respective social classes. The people go out of their way to avoid the slightest possibility of insulting Miss Emily Grierson when Homer Brown is decomposing in her house. Townspeople complain to the town’s officials about the stink. It was so powerful that it is impossible for it to be coming from any living thing.
The government also makes everyone oblivious to the fact that they are living a horrible life by placing television screens everywhere, which is the only source of entertainment for the people, even though technology is not that much better than books and newspapers, and plus, it is a lot more harmful to the eyes. Because of how many hundreds of frames are put together to make a TV show, it is really addicting. On the other hand, books do not have many pictures in them, and even picture books only have one or two pictures per page. “The tree women fidgeted and looked nervously at the empty mud-colored walls” (Bradbury 91). This passage is stated right after Montag, annoyed that no one is listening to him and is only watching the television, pulls the plug out, turning off the TV.