Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants describes self discovery of life, love, and the struggles of living in the middle of The Great Depression. She paints Jacob Jankowski's as a miserable elderly man in a nursing home telling the adventures of his youth in the circus; full of grief, abuse and love. There are two quotes, “When two people are meant to be together, they will be together. It’s fate.” and, “Life is the most spectacular show on earth.” These sum up the book's themes of true love and that life is full of unending adventure, illusion, and discovery.
In the novel The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, Ponyboy tells the story about his life being a greaser and the conflicts he has had to face with the Socs. His parents had died in a car crash when he was young so he lives with his two brothers. He and another greaser, Johnny, save a few kids in a fire which changes their lives forever. The three major themes addressed in this outstanding book are the journey from youth to adulthood, the fight between rich and poor, and the power of friendship.
BOb drowns pony in the fountain and Johnny kills him because he was protecting Pony boy., They run and hide in an old church in windrixville. IN chapter 5, the two boys change their appearance by cutting and bleaching their hair so they don't match the descriptions in the paper. They believe it's safe enough to go get food in town while dally informs them in that the two gangs are in a war. In chapter 6 Chery agrees to testify against bob and say johnny was acting in self defense. As they are on their way back from Dairy Queen, they spot a church on fire and they heroically jump in and save the lives of many children.
Sonia Nazario’s book Enrique’s Journey follows a young man on his journey from the Honduras to the United States in search of his mother, who left when he was only five years old, in hopes of providing a better life for her children. Throughout the novel, Nazario recounts the struggles that Enrique faced along the way, both physical and mental. Enrique made eight attempts to get to the United States, enduring several beatings, days without food, fear of corrupt local authorities, and the perils of riding aboard a dangerous train for hundreds of miles. In the end, he must overcome these obstacles, as well as his own vices and internal struggles, to finally see his mother. On many of Enrique’s attempts, he rides atop trains and forms alliances with potentially dangerous gang members to avoid beatings by other criminals.
When the snowball misses their target, which is the man 's Buick and hits the his face instead, he steps out of the vehicle running towards them in fury. Running for their lives, each time the children take a short cut through a backyard or a gap in the hedges to have a chance at escape, the reader assumes the man is going to give up, only to be surprised through each short cut he is determined to not give up until the children are caught. In "Always Running", where Dillard does not, Rodriguez uses dialogue and relatability to some readers to make his narrative dramatic. Tino and Luis, two 10-year-old boys, trespass after-hours into a closed basketball court for a game. Luis is reluctant to
4.Create a character through the camera 5.Desing a costume. 6.Plagerisim report 7.reaserch 1. Annotate the poem and research: Summary of poem: The poem starts out with a highwayman (this is a thief who use to hold people’s carriages they usually come on horseback) visiting his girlfriend Bess who is the daughter of an innkeeper. He 's on the move (meaning he will be back the next day after he has robbed some people) so he only has time for one kiss. But in the shadows Tim the ostler who loves Bess listens and tells the red coats.
Standing with his frantic mother as the train rolled backward in search for the young boy. Louie’s older brother, Pete, spotted Louie strolling up the track in perfect serenity”(5). This quote explained how Louis’ mischievous childhood and jumped from a train just because it was impractical. After this ordeal, Louis strolled down the tracks, as if he just accomplished a trivial feat; in other words, it was no big deal to Louis. Shortly after this event, when the conductor chased after Louis: “‘I knew you’d come back,’ he said in Italian”.
The novel Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck is a gripping tale of two men and their lives during the Great Depression. George Milton and Lennie Small are two migrant workers who travel together finding work. They take on a new job “bucking barley” at a ranch in central California for the ranch owner and his son. While working at the ranch they encounter Curley the ranch owner’s son and his wife, a flirtatious woman. The story reaches a climax when Lennie unintentionally kills Curley’s wife and runs back to the Salinas River just as George instructed.
Ponyboy took Jonny's advice and went home. No longer then a few minutes later Ponyboy went running to Jonny and telling him that they were running away. After Jonny finally calmed Ponyboy down, he got it out of him that Darry had hit him. Ponyboy told Jonny that he could go home after he cooled down. As they were walking to the park nearby, they noticed the same car they had seen previously that night when they got caught by a couple of Soc's trying to walk their girls home after they had ditched their boyfriends after they were drinking.
In Kafka on the Shore, main protagonist Kafka runs away from home at the age of 15 to find the rest of his family and get away from his father and the curse he placed on him. Kafka’s father tells him that he will have intercourse with his mother and sister, causing Kafka to struggle with the Oedipus complex throughout the story. In both stories, the protagonists eventually succumb to fate, regardless of how hard they tried to