Throughout the book, the Greasers are forced to overcome the challenges of their gang lifestyle. Above all, the Greasers’ violent ways of life are to blame for most of the consequences that they face in the book. The Greasers’ violent ways of life mean that they are forced to contend with the repercussions of their wrongdoings. For example, Johnny and Ponyboy started the fight in which Bob was killed by being verbally aggressive. This illustrates how Ponyboy let the Socs provoke him and then tried to insult them, calling the Socs “white trash with Mustangs and madras.” (48) to provoke them, also.
Norman Mailer uses emotional and logical appeals to deliver his opinion on the integrity of the sport of boxing. By using words such as “proud” and discussing the logical implications of a fighter who is able to take more punches than anyone else. By choosing to write the last fives sentences from the perspective of the audience, he brings the reader into the ring and invites them to consider what it would be like to watch a man get beat to death by another for sport. He describes the audience including himself as “hypnotized” because of the beating that was taking place not even ten feet from him. By considering the audience hypnotized by this event, he evokes powerful emotion from both the idea that humanity does not always act on what
The couple hit the open road after Mickey helps Mallory kill her abusive parents. As they travel down Route 666 they develop a frequent tendency to attack innocent people as they cross paths but always leave one person unharmed to tell the story of the encounter. Through a dishonest, unfair, and possibly unstable reporter named Wayne Gale, the couple become famous as Wayne tracks their every move while also being pursued by Detective Jack Scagnetti and conveying these stories to the world. Ultimately becoming imprisoned, Mickey is interviewed live by that same reporter and
Johnny was continuously being assaulted by Socs looking for trouble and he would never fully recover from the trauma in which he has been through. He has been “jumped” by several Socs on his way to and from his home, without a purpose. In addition, Johnny has been beaten and left half-conscious, bruised, and cut up. Claim: In the book The Outsiders, Johnny Cade is entirely innocent of murder, as the Soc’s are trouble makers, and he acted out in defense of himself and a friend. Topic Sentence using PQA: The Socs are always causing trouble.
James Berardinelli’s review of the movie and Fords performance, summed it up perfectly. In Blade Runner, Deckard was already world-weary. The last thing he wanted was to chase down Roy Batty and his cohorts. Here, Ford plays the character as an even more cynical, embittered individual. This represents one of the actor’s career-best performances.
He also writes that the houses have an ancient grudge, meaning that they have been fighting for a long time. Tybalt is a prime example of the conflict between the houses. Tybalt is a violent zealot for the Capulet house with a lot of pride in his name. When Benvolio, Romeo’s Cousin is trying to stop a fight between servants of the two houses, He asks Tybalt for assistance. Instead, Tybalt says to him, “As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee,” and attacks him (1.1.66).
In his dream he is in a boxing match with Hitler. After getting knocked down Max gets back up and ends up winning the fight. Hitler shouts to the crowd convincing the crowd to come up and fight Max with him saying how together they could defeat him. (pg 254) -“In the basement of 33 Himmel Street, Max Vandenburg could feel the fists of the entire nation. One by he they climbed into the ring and beat him down.
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This movie detained the top position for the fifty years until it cut down to succeeding following Vertigo (1958). The movie “Citizen Kane” is typically admired for its obscured plot, packed with the flashbacks that drag feet of the viewers towards the chronology of the life of the Kane, its astonishing performances; its spectacular technical stunts and aerial tricks and its deep-concentrated photography. A small range of if any among the technical possessions are completely unique to the Kane, although Orson Welles and his crew’s masterly use of the so many of them in single movie has built the “Citizen Kane” and weight on almost the whole things that came later than. (bj_kuehl,
He drags you in as if a TV show left a cliff hanger after ever episode. He knows exactly what happened to Michael so well, and he times it all so well into one story. A great piece from the book that shows how descriptive and emotional he can be is when he explained the fight between Michael and his teammate. “Force equals mass times acceleration, as Hugh Freeze said, and when Michael’s mass comes at you at Michael speed, it’s just an incredible force.” (Lewis 289). Another great but very emotional moment in this novel was chapter eleven, “Freak of Nurture”.