Jerry gets harassed by other students and Archie didn't even have to touch him. Archie loves this idea of not have to touch someone, but still inflicting pain. After Jerry's assignment is over, Jerry continues to refuse the chocolates. This is where Jerry goes wrong. Archie takes this action as in act against the vigils and is not
However, there are more important similarities than others. Valentine in the book cares for Ender. She also cares for Ender in the movie and is his caregiver when he comes back to earth. Valentine is similar in the book and the movie, the mind game when Ender fights the giant, it takes multiple attempts to defeat the giant. One final similar noticed in the book was Ender was called out in front of the class on the ship for being the only smart one.
The older generation, portrayed as Mr. and Mrs. Birling in the play, thinks that taking individual responsibility is important, but not the social responsibilities. They deny their faults for Eva Smith’s death, and furthermore, try to avoid the situation by blaming others. The phrase, “I am not responsible” is constantly used in their lines which specify their strong conservative mindset. On the other hand, the younger generation, portrayed as Sheila and Eric in the play, is more open-minded and honest when it comes to admitting and accepting their responsibilities in the society. Sheila and Eric both feel guilty about themselves during the interrogations, when their parents tried to deny the fact that they were responsible too.
The woman speak about his problems with alcohol and how it has gotten worse. Act 2 actually starts and it is now years later when Emily and George have planned on getting married and he is on his way to see his finance on wedding day morning. Mrs. Webb believes it is bad luck for him to see his bride to be on that day so she insist him to stay with Mr. Webb downstairs. At that time Mr. Webb is sipping coffee out of his imaginary cup and speaking about his marriage experience and how to be a good husband. Later that day at the wedding both George and Emily have regrets and feel so anxious and want to cancel the wedding but their parents both talk to them and remind them of the love and affection they have for each other.
Eva Peron was the girl who left Los Toldos to find a life in Buenos Aires, but Evita was who she grew into in Buenos Aires as the first lady. She had originally intended on being an actress, this being the cause of her moving to Argentina. She had soon found a job at a radio station, and met Juan Peron--the future president of Argentina. Eva had always seen things on the street that bothered her, things such as begging children from orphanages, children in Society’s orphanages who were identified with numbers instead of names who stood on the street corners who would hold tin bowls or stiff signs that read “Collection for Poor Children”. Evita understood what it was like to live poor and without work--she had grown up poor, and a bastard.
“You know I’m here if you need me, don’t you?” he calls out. When I look back, there’s no trace of his cocky smile. “Be careful, Alexei. The world is a dangerous place.” -Pages 229 & 230 This block quote shows how Grace has realized that Alexei might not always be stalking or annoying her. I think that this also shows how long their relationship has been, for him to know about Grace always breaking her bones.
Eva Smith is the most important character in ‘An Inspector Calls’ in my opinion. She is used as a tool by Priestley, to show us how the capitalists treat others and how they don’t care about others and how they think they have power over others in the low working class. “if they didn 't get rid of that girl, I 'd never go near the place again” Sheila Birling sacked Eva Smith form her second job because she was ‘laughing at her’ this is showing us that the upper class do whatever they want because of their wealth, class and privileges. Even though Eva Smith was never on the stage play; she is still important because a working class woman like her cant do anything to the upperclass families; yet she made the Birling family (an upperclass family) feel bad and guilty about their actions and take responsibility for corrupting her life. Eva Smith is the perfect example to show the audience that you might not be affected by this but someone might be and you will be the blame for it.
He seems to know and understand an extraordinary amount. He knows every detail of Eva Smiths past and how the Birlings were involved in each stage of her life. He also seems to predict the future as he knew how and when Eva was going to die. In the play, he appears in the Birling household and explains Eva’s death. The Inspector could be presented using two theories.
Gideon creates a new way to heal a person when a poisonous snake spits in a kids eyes. The whole village was ecstatic about this new potion. Scientists from all over came to Gideon to try and get his magic potion. “But they went on persuading and arguing, with all the force of their exasperation.” (Page 1334) is a good quote explaining that Gideon did not give them any information. I think it is critical that you put others before yourself.