Parris has always disagreements with Proctor and both of them angry with each other. As, Proctor believes that Parris is not man of God , he is man of money. So, both of them stand against each other like enemies ,as Proctor makes fun of Parris and abuses him with his words “Mr Parris, you are the first minister ever did demand the deed to this house”(1.24). So, Parris’s chance is in the court against Proctor, tries to destroy Proctor’s reputation in order to satisfy his anger. As in, Parris words against Proctor “Be ware this man” (111.70).Also, Parris makes the court asks Proctor, why he is not go to the church lately a lot and also why his third child has not been baptized (111.70).
Arthur “Boo” Radley is a seemingly minor but subtly impactful character in Lee’s book. According to rumor, he joined a gang, was convicted of some relatively minor crime, and was supposed to be sent to a state boarding school, but his father refused. Boo once, while cutting up newspapers, stabbed his mother in the leg with scissors and continued calmly scanning the papers. His father convinced a judge not to send Boo to an asylum, so he was kept in his house, never seen again by the community, and became the source of horror stories for children. The flames of gossip are, as usual, fueled thoroughly by Miss Stephanie Crawford and tend to be ridiculously twisted: “Boo was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judging from his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch, that’s why his hands were bloodstained” (16).
Holden goes in to the bathroom while stradlater is shaving he asked him about girls and how he’s going to take Jane Gallagher out that he’s attracted too. Stradlater, is being uninterested in what Holden is saying. Holden really worries about that Stradlater will make sexual advances toward Jane Gallagher. Ackley tries to bully Holden and stradlater is more like his bud mainly since it’s his roommate. He’s a 16-year-old kid that speaks his mind.
It is not only children who are racist towards him it is the adults as well. “On the first day of class, you had difficulty with his name. You wanted to call him Wind insisting that wolf somehow must be his middle name.” (Lake 77). This is showing some racism in the teacher because, any other teacher would’ve worked harder to learn his name but, she didn’t. “He said that he doesn’t have any friends at school because they make fun of his long hair.” (Lake 78).
The disrespect the Duvitch family faces from their so-called “neighbourly” acquaintances cease when the roles are reversed and Andy and Tom’s father is angry at his children. The intolerance began when “Tom and [Andy], Philistines like [their] friends, ignored the Duvitch boys” (5). It escalated when the pair of children discussed an evil plan to poison the future meals of the Duvitches, when “without considering further, [Andy] dropped the cake of soap into the tub of fish.” (6). Moreover, the children (and the reader) feel the familiar wrath when their father angrily tell them how “in certain primitive communities the sort of stunt [they]’ve pulled would be punishable by death” (6). After this final bout of anger, the Duvitches are welcomed into the community with a little help, seen in the end of the
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Charlie was dared to, “Kiss the prettiest girl in the room on the lips.” Instead of kissing his girlfriend, he kisses Sam. This reaction to the dare made Mary Elizabeth and her friend Sam mad at Charlie. He then realized that that reaction was not the smartest. This made him change because after he knew that what he did was wrong and tried for the rest of the book to apologize to Mary
He was not a great man. He was not a poser, a braggart, and tyrant” (Manazanar 58). What he had was self-respect and dignity that was all gone by now. He became very demanding and violent towards Mama. He would force Mama to bring his food because he did not want to go to the mess hall because he could not bear the people’s eyes which was full of accusing and insulting.
Their disgust even rubs off on their only child, Francis, who acts like an annoying fly that you can't swat away(simile), taunts Scout with cruel words. The division of the family creates negative effects on the children, especially Scout, as they try to understand the issues
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The Weird Watsons live in Flint, Michigan where the kids all go to Clark Elementary. Byron is in the sixth grade and he 's the king of Clark (read, The Bully everyone is afraid of). Kenny, our narrator, is in the fourth grade, and their little sister Joetta (Joey) is in kindergarten. Kenny gets picked on by the bullies at school, especially Larry Dunn, king of the fourth grade. Things aren 't looking great for Kenny until this kid Rufus moves to Flint from Arkansas.