This changes Pony’s belief that all socs were evil because”Randy was too cool to feel anything yet there was pain in his eyes. ”(116)Pony continues to hate the socs but this changes his view on the socs and reminds him they're human too. In the end Ponyboy asks cherry,”you see the sunset real good from the west side. ”(130)
In the book Sodapop has a horse named Mickey Mouse, and he really cared about the horse. In the movie, it didn’t show Mickey Mouse, so you never got to see the other side of soda; the soft side. In the book it says "He may have belonged to another guy, but he was Soda's horse" this quote is talking about Mickey Mouse. Another quote from the book is Pony describes Mickey Mouse as an “Ornery Pony” this is also referring to Mickey Mouse. This was a bad change for many reasons.
The final old myth about cowboys is that they were sacrificial or tended to care about others more than themselves. Although Tom is well reserved he always had a way of doing others for people more than he did for himself. When Ranse shows up to town Tom is seen to have a thing for Hallie even though she might not have one for him. Tom is seen at a farm house he had got for Hallie and him,and it 's clear to see that despite really liking Tom she would have gone with him anyway because she had no one else. Throughout the story Hallie begins to like Ranse and Tom becomes well aware of that.
Both “Good Country People” and “Hills Like White Elephants” comment and demonstrate how deception can take on different faces between men and women. Good Country People shows and or comment on how the root of deceptive appearances are based on whiskey (alcohol), cards (sex related), and sex, while in the Hills Like White Elephants shows how these elements are played out in real life so to speak. Appearance versus reality between these two stories is something. Mrs. Hopewell relies heavily on three stereotypes to define her life and or other people.
so it was an original but it wasn 't his idea. But he did change major parts to make it into one of his tragedies like how he added the character paris, that changed the whole storyline, juliet would never have had to kill herself if he wasn 't a suitor for her. She could have just eloped with romeo and would have been okay. Like for instance like in act 5 scene 1 paris says “Do not deny to him (friar lawrence) that you love me.” he assumes that she loves him and he is all honestly very arrogant
The gothic story Rip Van Winkle is set in the wonder filled Catskill Mountains in which, the lazy protagonist who, surprisingly loves exploring, tries to escape his nagging wife by venturing out into the Catskill Mountains. Similar to Irving, Rip was also away for a long time from his home. This means Irving took pieces of his own life to enhance the theme in this story. A very prominent theme in this
The dark, dense, and mysterious forest scenery creates a dreamlike setting for the nights events and characters. The fairies interactions with one another and interference with the Athenians also adds to this fairy-tale dream. The townsmen and the young lovers affected by the spell and potions believe the night’s events are too strange to be true. Surely a lowly Athenian could not have been doted on by a fairy queen while bearing a donkey head. Besides, a dream seems the only possible explanation for Lysander to not love Hermia and for Demetrius to not love Helena.
The story takes place in the small town of Sleepy Hollow which gets its name because it is a very drowsy town. Ichabod the main character is a very helpful man. He was a school teacher but, when he was teaching Ichabod assisted farmers with making hay. mending fences, cutting firewood, and taking horses and cows out to pasture. Ichabod quickly fell in love with a woman named Katrin Van Tassel.
Zeffirelli and Luhrmann decided to go in two completely different directions with how they were going to portray the tragedy that is Romeo and Juliet. Zeffirelli decided to go down the classic route and put the entire play, including original script, on screen with a few line changes. However, Luhrmann decided to modernise the story has much as he could by changing the setting and having the actors portray the characters in a different style compared to the play. Depending on the audience and their liking, they may enjoy the more classic and true to the play interpretation made by Zeffirelli or the modern day Verona Beach filled with gangsters and guns made by Luhrmann. Both
Edward Rochester is a talented man; what he lacks in beauty he makes up for in other areas. Jane describes Rochester’s appearance as having “stern features and a heavy brow; his eyes and eyebrows looked ireful and thwarted” (Bronte 214). Even though Jane is no beauty herself, she still critiques others appearance, but she does not judge them for it. After his bad first impression and ugliness, Rochester decides to treat Jane with the highest level of respect that she has seen in her entire life. After some light conversations, Rochester has found himself in love with Jane because of her mind.
But in the movie, she denies that this ever happened. This gives Brick’s distaste for Maggie less justification in the movie version. Again this is because of the Motion Picture Production Code which said that special care had to be given to how marriage was treated.
Of Mice and Men Summary Lennie and George are the great friends on a journey to find work. They are unable to hold down jobs, because of Lennie’s disability for holding pretty objects, like puppies, mice, rabbits, and women. They soon find good fortune when they get work at a ranch near California. George fears how the boss will react to Lennie, so he insists that he’ll do the talking.
Both of the main characters in the two passages are judgmental people. Babbitt judges his neighbors on their actions while Maud judges the farmers and civilians in small towns on where they live. The passages express the idea that people are always judgmental no matter what their own situation is. In the second passage, Maud describes her love of New York and all its glamour.
I loved how each character had an extraordinary distinct and quirky trait, but portrayed in a very dark, humorous way. Especially the incredibly racist and witchy Mrs. Wire. Nightingale reminded me of a the character Rick from the Adult Swim show Rick and Morty, but instead of a scientist he is an artist. Nightingale’s cynicism and blunt manner towards the writer accentuated the qualities in Rick, so it was very easy to read Nightingale’s lines in his raspy voice. Initially, I really admired Jane.
Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is more scary than you may think. If you have not seen / read The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow, Trust me, it is a very scary story. I suggest you be prepared for a very creepy experience. The movie and the book make for some very scary titles!