Everyone in front of me were yelling,screaming, and trying to run away. But as I continued nothing came or tried to scare me probably cause I was walking slow and looking around until the end when i had confidence it was over this man popped out from top in front of me. The transformation created fear because it was going smooth until they scared me. “House Taken Over”, “The Fall of the House of Usher”, and “Where is Here” all use transformation to make the story better so it goes from calm and smooth until something goes terrible or the story gets scary. Joyce Carol Oates’ “Where is Here” transformation scares readers because the story goes from being a nice happy day to a curious and scary day.
Hopeless or Hopelessness? Hopelessness and futility can lead a life into nowhere, because without hope you won 't have a dream or a goal to accomplish. Hopelessness is often shown in places where people have no hope to continue life or anything. In John Steinbeck 's novel, Of Mice and Men, it shows hopelessness in character 's dialogue, and character’s actions.
Running the Maze Imagine being trapped inside of a place with no memory of how you got there and the only way to get out was through a maze. James Dashner’s young adult, science fiction novel, The Maze Runner is about just that. There were a brunch of themes in the novel but the most important ones were maintaining rules and orders, making sacrifices, never giving up, and manipulation, even though something may look simple it might be harder than it seems. All these themes were practiced by Thomas and other Gladers in the Glade. Dashner also wrote the sequels to the Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials and Death Cure.
Dan, only nine, came back solemn and scared, and announced he’d been robbed” (13) proves that even though Geoffrey and his brothers were young that didn’t mean anything. They still would still get into altercations like this as if they were older and it’s shocking to Geoffrey. Not knowing what to do they called police because they’re not used to this behavior, the beginning of the quote where it says “paradise didn’t last long “ shows they’re new to the neighborhood wasn’t expecting something like this to happen. To see that Dan, the brother came back as the narrator describes solemn and scared shows how unusual this is. They weren’t these type of kids, the narrator uses these words to exaggerate how seriously and scared dan looked.
Ponyboy from the novel “The outsiders” is very different from the Gang the Greasers In many ways. One example that Ponyboy is not like other greasers because he thinks deeper than the other members in his gang he notices the little things in life for example, “you know, Johnny said slowly, “I never noticed colors and clouds and stuff until you kept reminding me about them. It seems like they were never there before.” This means that when Ponyboy notices the little things he says them and has other People notice them too. Ponyboy has learned a lot throughout the story.
After all his bad experiences with the Duke and King, he stills feels bad for them being tarred and feathered. “Humans beings can be awful cruel to one another.” (chapter 33) Yet through everything, he still cares about the Duke and King even though they caused so much trouble on the raft. Talking about it with Tom he figures that “a persons conscience ain't got no sense, and just goes for him anyway… it takes up more room than all the rest of a person's insides, and yet ain't no good, nohow.
For example in the novel it says “I start running into things, like the door…. I walked all the way home once in my stocking feet and didn't even notice it until steve made some bright remark about it” (Page 168) The scene never made it in the movie sadly after Dally died. In the movie the scene is replaced with Ponyboy writing the beginning of the movie. Although not having the scene may seem small, it isn't due to the fact that it gives the tone to the audience that Dally was not as an intricate part of the gang. The main reason why they did this was due to the fact that it appeals to a larger audience, due to many people liking a clear villain (Dally) and a person that is clearly the Hero (Ponyboy).
It was one of the worst schools I ever went to. It was full of phonies” (Salinger 185). He said the exact same thing about another school, Elkton Hills. It’s ironic how he finds
Paragraph 3 Crooks didn't have any family around so he learned things on his own. I think Crooks is much lonelier than Candy because he never had a family around him. Candy may have lost her dog and her family but she started hanging out with Lennie and George. Candy was depressed but Crooks had more of a antisocial and depressed mood. Crooks was scared to speak but Candy could talk.
Part of the reason Holden does not call his sister, Phoebe, is due to his “parents being the ones that answered the phone” (77). Holden finds protection in avoiding talking to anybody, which results in isolation. This event contributes to plot development as after refusing to call anybody, Holden continues to make excuses for things he should be doing, but does not. With each of Holden’s excuses, new adventures arrive, thus thickening and developing the
Ethan never listened to the propaganda, which was to influence the opinions of the mindless creatures in favour of the Health Organisation. His work colleagues were constantly changing as they were always being taken away. Ethan had never thought too much into it, but now the picture was suddenly becoming clearer. As Ethan started his journey home through the polluted and rotting streets, he heard the weekly announcement, “Remember your compulsory psychiatric appointments tomorrow.” Ethan’s face fell; the unqualified, unintelligent psychiatrists always had the same two minute conversation with him.
After they discovered the subway they went they everyday and experimented with new stuff they got from the community and started learning about the unmentionable times. After a while of experimenting he discovered the power of light. Light could change the whole community but when he tried to show it to the council they all shunned him and didn’t accept it into the community. Throughout the whole book Equality had to fight the society and their ways they saw the community should be, but Equality had a different invision of the community, a community that was filled with individualism and not Equality, Collectivism, or Conformity.
When Ethan was young, he showed potential and was on the path of escaping life in Starkfield. However, he seemed to always be thwarted by his circumstance. Ethan had good reason to leave behind his studies as an engineer at
Soon after I had landed on the island, I met a fair-haired boy named Ralph. There were creepers everywhere, making it almost impossible to walk without tripping on something. I remember looking into the distance and feeling a cold chill run down my spine, and the immense pain slowly take over me. The realization of this isolation hit me to the point of not being able to move or think.