In the book, “The Watsons Go to Birmingham’’ written by Paul Curtis there are two brothers one named Kenny and the other is named Byron. There are major personality differences between the boys including the way they treat other people. Kenny is a gracious and generous person who cares about people’s feelings. Byron is a bully that enjoys picking on people and beating them up.
Burro Genius is a memoir of Victor Villaseñor, it is a great book for people to read, it describes all the horrible experiences and how misunderstood he was growing up. The book Burro Genius does a really good job of telling Victor Villaseñor story and how hard it was growing up in the United States being Mexican. The books starts off with him attending a conference for new authors; he was the speaker of the event, but when he began to talk about all of the bad experiences he had growing up everybody was shocked and could not believe what he was saying. Then the book transitions into him being five years old and attending school for the very first time.
They see one of their friend’s car in the lake. They try to embarrass their friend because he is there with his girlfriend. The boys wanted to be bad with his friend because they are dangerous. Finally when they realize that it is not their friend Tony’s car it was too late for them. A man come out from the car and beginning fight with them.
Each of the characters played a powerful role in the narrative and helped each other in various ways. Jerome and Sarah especially supported each other emotionally and in resolving Sarah’s strained relationship with her father. (Max) The narrative unfolds in a present-day Chicago neighborhood that serves to highlight the theme of racial tensions. The neighborhood is extremely impoverished with meth labs and demolished buildings covered with graffiti.
In chapter 5 they are worried about killing bob it was wrong,but at the same time it was good because he did it was self defense because pony was getting drowned and now they have to have a big fight with the Socs and now since johnny killed bob they are fugitives that the police are looking for so they cut their hair and everything so they wouldn't recognize. Also when Pony,Johnny,Dally went to the Gas station to hang out so they could eat there lunch but when they were going to walk in they stopped and they saw a blue mustang and then they new it was the “Socs” then randy told ponyboy that they didn't want to fight. After when there talking they went to the church and then they saw that the church was on fire then Dally,Johnny and Ponyboy went
Being very hungry and tired, the two did not know what to do. A man who had been on the train with the boys offered them a chance to eat with him and some others on the tracks that night. At first Josh was going to accept, but then he looked at his brother shaking his head and refused. The two did not want to spend a night with strangers after what had happened to Howie. The man threw a can of food at Joey’s feet and told them to be on their way.
In Baltimore and Harlem, many people have to deal with issues like the one I stated earlier. In The Other Wes Moore, we looked into the lives of two Wes Moores who lived in the same city and just a couple blocks apart. In this book, we saw how the two boys were starting off similar getting involved in drugs and dealing with family issues, and how
The book I am reading is killing Mr. Griffin by Lois Duncan. First Susan was introduced. She wants to live in a beach side house where everything is peaceful and green. As she is walking to school she sees David Ruggles. They walk the rest of the way to school together.
All of the adults in the town are gone, and this kids need to find out what is happening to their town. This book has a good strong start that provides a conflict early on in the story. The reader gets pulled in to the action by the sudden disappearance in the school. The story had not started of with major character development like most other books. This encourages the reader to always what to know more about the characters and get a better understanding of what they are thinking.
- After seeing the fight between the two bulls, Leo seems to learn some lessons about his future. - The end of the short story shows that this experience brings Leo some thinking and changes his view, and Leo decides to discuss his life with his mother.
While the other character is named Richard who is an African male who is an all-round good kid but is seen as dangerous due to his neighborhood environment. Both characters in the book live in Oakland, California. However, they don’t attend the same school. Sasha is a Caucasian who is born in the upper middle class and is considered to be living in the more wealthy neighborhood of Oakland compared to Richard. The book gives background information of these two characters and how they ended up meeting and causing this accident.
Boy 21 uses characterization when the story talks about Russ moving to Belmont and how meeting Finley is an odd experience. Russ believes he is an extraterrestrial being is from the Cosmos and is not part of the human race and goes by the name Boy 21. Little does Finley or the rest of the high school know that Russ’s parents were killed and he lives a lifestyle as Boy 21 to cope with his feelings. Finley and the rest of the school believe Russ is a weird person who is partially crazy. Finley wants nothing to do with Russ.
Madeleine L 'Engle a French author created a blend of science and fairy tale magic for developing the story line in her book A Wrinkle in Time. The book is one big journey with three main characters. From the beginning Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin go on multiple adventures filled with fun, crazy, exciting moments. This book is completed with many obstacles in the way of the trio. A sure perspective that is extremely predominant in this book is love.
Alan Turing: The Enigma is a scientific biography of one of the most brilliant minds in history. Andrew Hodges provides a detailed account of Alan’s life and shows his various contributions to history, mathematics, science etc. It also shows how instead of giving him an exceptional status he was forced to live a horrid life that ultimately led him to commit suicide. Andrew Hodges is a British mathematician, which helped him give a clear insight in Alan Turing’s life and his theories. The book opens up by describing Alan’s life in Britain and his family background.