When the monster first settled down near the cottage, he began to steal food from the poor cottagers. After a few days of stealing, the monster notices the negative impact he has inflicted on the cottagers. Anonymously, he begins to gather firewood for them. Compassion is displayed by the monster by gathering firewood for the cottagers, and he does not show this compassion for his own personal reputation. After watching the cottagers for a while, the monsters says, “The gentle manners and and beauty of the cottagers greatly endeared them to me: when they were unhappy, I felt depressed; when they rejoiced, I sympathized in their joy” (Shelley 79).
It seemed as if he has eaten every living thing in his area because he could not find bugs, rabbits, or birds anywhere near his area. He was pretty hungry so he decides to make his way towards the Devil’s Tower because it seemed to have a lot of vegetation and plants surrounding the area. He makes his way to the area early in the morning so once he arrives at the Devil’s Tower he will be there by noon. As he makes his way towards the Devil’s Tower he notices how luscious the forest is surrounding the massive rock formation. The forest was colored a dark ever green with colorful flowers, fruits, and vegetables.
One of these challenges had Odysseus venture to the underworld to meet the shade Teiresias, who tells him, “Under strange sail you come home, to find your own home filled with trouble: insolent men eating your livestock and courting your lady (Homer 11. 1117-1120). The underworld was a place of sadness that very few people would dare venture to. Prior to learning about the suitors Odysseus was simply trying to get home, but with the newfound information provided by Teiresias, he was doing it for his
As they continued to talk, they decide to go into Salinas for dinner and a movie. Henry stated he had a few things to take care of beforehand, so he left Elisa to her garden. A wagon with the words “Pots, pans, knifes, sisors, lawnmowers, Fixed.” painted on the side came down the dirt road and turned into the Allen’s yard. A large man with a grey stubble-beard
Lonely Potato was waiting in line at the nutrient store with his bags of soil then he smelled a beautiful smell. It smelled like fresh earthworm perfume so Lonely Potato followed the smell to an old shed in the back of the store as he peeked in he saw something horrible, something terrible… potato chips! He stepped away from the horror, but the smell was so good! He wanted to eat the potato chips so badly but he knew it was cannibalism. Then at that very moment some anonymous potato shoveled a new batch of fresh steaming chips!
Neither of us moved, we just stood there both being as quiet as we could while the wind howled, admiring each other and trying to figure each other out. After a few minutes had passed the critter scuffled back into the gutter where he had come from, peeking his head back out every so often to see what I was doing and if I was still looking to see what he was up to. I went back to work, cutting stems off of small flowers that would be over for the season and placing them into the large garbage bag full of waste that would be used for making rich soil for next years flowers and crops like pumpkins and
I remember Brent was stung by an asp in our backyard and Brad and I immediately went and bought to chickens to keep in the backyard so that they would eat all the asps and so that Brent would never be stung again. They grew up and apart but later crossed paths in junior or high school but I have not seen Brent in many years. We all carry special moments in time that we reflect on and one of my favorite was about Brent, with the point being that he clearly touched so many lives that he never even knew about.
He saw Morty getting into the car wiping his tears he then knew Morty was not happy with his dumb act. Nick fell into the sewer hole landed on a wet, cold floor it smelled like his old socks. He then found a cockroach. He thought to himself, how is he gonna get out then an idea came in. He ripped open the cockroach brain and used his tongue to
After, getting him all sparkling clean I had to walk him to the beef barn to dry and fit him for the show. This teenage boy came running up on my steer and me on the walk over to the beef barn. He startled my steer causing him to knock me over and trample me. Although, I did not let go of my steer or I would have had to chase him down. Eventually we made it to the barn and I got him in the head chute, but I limped terribly bad the whole
He says, “You talk about it a hell of a lot, but you won’t get no land.” Crooks has seen many people with that dream that never did it, and he didn’t get to see someone get the land they wanted anyway. These events lead to and foreshadow the farm dream being dead. The second event that Steinbeck uses foreshadowing is, curley’s wife being killed. George tells lennie to hide in the brush if he gets in trouble. “If you just happen to get in trouble like you always done before hide here in the brush.” Because he has gotten in trouble before he wants him to hide, and they repeat it multiple times throughout the story.