“you can tell me to sit in a field of poisonous snakes” act 4 scene 1 line 71. This shows that Juliet was so scared that she decided she would do anything rather than go through he parents wrath. She feared her parents letting go of her or disowning her. ¨three times now riots have broken out in this city all casual word from you old Capulet and Montague¨act 1 scene 1 line 86. This shows that they fought constantly and made the two scared that their parents would only get more mad.
It was more for entertainment purposes only. Character Dr. Cooper is who i chose. He is brave and courageous. Rushing into that tomb with guns a blazing takes some serious guts to accomplish. I also like his adventurous side, Like adventuring further into the tomb just to learn more even more, though he knew how dangerous it was Evaluation I was pretty disappointed by this book.
When we read books, we expect our main characters to be these gleaming representations of everything good about humanity. Certainly they may be flawed, but in the end they always win the final battle, or find true love, or save the world. Troy Maxson, main character of Fences, is one of the most tragically human main characters ever. He juggles dozens of sentiments and responsibilities. From his experience in the Negro League and discrimination, to running away from home and his prison time, to his life with Rose and his son Cory, Troy has learned some hard lessons, lessons that, as time goes on and become less true, he still feels responsible to his children to teach them.
Grendel has some very monster like qualities, but he is not violent and Grendel is a character who is capable of learning, thinking ,etc. and communicating. I think that grendel 's curiosity is his best feature. Grendel knows that his actions are mean, but he still loves doing them and unable to see why he likes doing it so much. Grendel has been at war with the Dane sand it was "twelfth year of his very stupid personic war" (5).Grendel knows that
Have you ever had so much on your mind but no one to tell it to? The world renowned famous author Jerome David Salinger felt this way too. He used his writing as a way to tell people what was on his mind. More often than not, he based his characters on himself; especially Holden Caulfield from his book Catcher In The Rye, which was an instant bestseller. Holden Caulfield is a depressed, naive teenager who resents the adult world and hypocrisy in “phonies”.
“Greatness is birthed through hardship and testing. It arises choice by choice.” -John Paul Jackson. This quote means that success comes through hard work, trial, and many great and poor choices. Ponyboy encounters many hardships such as stereotyping and Johnny’s, Darry’s, and Ponyboy’s parent’s deaths. However, he makes the choice to still act happy and to not care what other people think.
In the text it describes him as being the hero in his day dreams There are multiple reasons that the text version of Walter Mitty is better than the movie. One is it does not try to be funny they take his everyday life and put it on pages and his daydreams are what is funny and what interrupts them are hilarious like the part where he is stopped by the chauffer
Leo Buscaglia once said, “Let go. Why do you cling to the pain? There is nothing you can do about the wrongs of yesterday.” The past can be extremely difficult to let go of as past actions and events can continue to haunt an individual. The protagonist in Tennessee William’s A Streetcar Named Desire, Blanche DuBois, must contend with aspects of her past as she struggles to escape its troubled and scandalous ropes. The suicide of her husband has a lasting impact on her outlook on life as she places the blame on herself, causing her to become reluctant about letting go.
Throw in a dozen “real world issues” with bland characters and there is a best seller. Books that chose to cover deep or troubling issues are often seen as a sacred text for daring to go further than boring and clichéd themes like follow your heart or never give up. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher received a ton of praise after the Netflix adaptation of it came out. People loved how it took the time to discuss teen suicide, but many hated how the aftermath of the suicide was recklessly handled. TV shows such as the CW’s Riverdale are notorious for being overly melodramatic and pointlessly complicated simply for the sake of drama.
The main characters overall seem quite likable, Huck and Jim being the most well liked within the tale. Although this tale seems a tad far fetched it is an intriguing read. The plot seems impossibly unrealistic because it is incredibly difficult to envision a world where a teenage boy is able to fake his own death and live off of the bare minimum for such a long period of time. The obscure nature of this tale is actually what draws me to want to read it. I enjoy the Southern dialect utilized within the dialogue because it makes the novel authentic.