I began to cry out of fear. Finally my grandpa opened his door. “What is it?” He asked. “Mmmonster.”
One reason is Doodle knew he had a heart condition, yet he continued to overwork himself. Another reason is Doodle knew the consequences of being pushed too hard, but he did not try hard enough to persuade his brother otherwise. The final reason is when Doodle was running in the rain, he should have realized something was wrong and stopped sooner. Although these are good reasons, the majority believe that the narrator is responsible for Doodle’s death. The narrator is responsible for the death of his younger brother, Doodle.
In the beginning, the hound caused everyone to sense that it was precisely watching Montag do all of the actions he did. At first glance no one knew what the hound representantes until Beatty was called to Montag 's house for having books. At the beginning of the book, Montag was skeptical of the hound watching him and knowing he had books in his house. In his novel, Bradbury discusses what Mildred was thinking if they were caught for having books. When Mildred turned Montag in for having the books, “she knew that her TVs and her “family” would be gone because their house would be burnt down”(Bradbury 108).
As Tom strikes his fist to his window, he screams out his wife’s name. Tom climbs into his apartment, relieved to be alive from a stupid situation with the paper. After he nearly died, he thought about his wife. Tom picks up his topcoat and hat and, without waiting to put them on, opened the front door, the paper once again flies out the window. Tom Benecke laughs about it and he leaves to go find his wife Clare.
As they tend to say “Curiosity kills the cat. ” In this book “The Red Badge of Courage” the young boy Henry tends to flee from his second battle. That is quite strange because we would think someone would run from their first battle because they should be scared of what is going to happen. The reason why henry didn’t flee the first battle was because first off, henry probably thought that since he could conquer the first battle that the second got too intense for him.
At first we noticed Tom’s guilt that made him wonder if his priorities were right, and soon we will notice Tom actually begin to change. Tom is a perfect example of a dynamic character due to the fact that he changes so much. Later on in the story Tom is “sliding on the ledge with a clumsy desperate swiftness” (119). He wanted to get off the roof so bad and he didn’t even care about his work anymore, he just wanted to be safe and get back to his wife, which was now his top priority. So he tried to get to safety as quickly as possible, it was a very desperate attempt.
Keith was not acting like himself he was so conquered by his anger, he wasn’t acting like himself. He was even threatening to take Ben, their son, away from Elizabeth. The moment those words rolled off of his tongue Ben ran out the door into the inclement storm that just might cost him his life. With that specific scene in mind, just imagine what could happen
He put his family and himself in danger. When Atticus received news that they were going to move Tom Robinson to another jail, he knew something wrong was going to occur to Tom Robinson. “I thought he would have a fine surprise, but his face killed my joy. A flash of plain fear was going out of his eyes, but returned when Dill and Jem wriggled into the light.” (Lee 203).
“Chuck, tell him to get back in the house and mind his business,” a boy finally said, grabbing some rocks and threw them hitting the fence. “All right you little brats, I’m calling the sheriff! Then you’ll get out of there and stay away from me,” he said, knowing the sheriff would only tell them to get out of the field. As soon as he left, they would be right back there playing again.
Simon Birch and William “Doodle” Armstrong changed the lives of many people. Both of the boys have many similarities, but also differ from each other as well. Even though, they died at a young age, they lived their life to the fullest. Simon and Doodle were born with birth defects, that affected their physical appearance.
One day Hendrick Ross was so sick and tired of not being able to get a girl. So one day he found this creature that was something as small as a gopher under his rug and he released his fury on that, but it escaped and he broke a chair from slamming it on the ground. He was extremely furious now because the creature had gotten away, he had broken a chair, and still can’t get a girl. He decided that he needed to go to his trainer Mr. Patrick, his old math teacher, to help him get a girl.
In the graveyard one night, waits Tom and Huck for the thieves to come by. They sat there not expecting what they were about to see. As three men wandered into the graveyard, they began digging, but not for a body, for a treasure map. At last they had found it. The three men instantly began to argue over who’s map it was.
It was a freezing day in Whistletown the snow white as paper was falling consistently. That morning a boy named flap jack was rudely awaken by his mother Bananaka. When Flap Jack woke up he saw his alarm clock dead, alarmed he ran downstairs to see what time it was, to his surprise it was 8:55 he has 5 minutes to get to school! Sprinting to his room like a cheetah throwing on his favorite blue sweater and black skinny jeans. Rushing outside throwing on his yellow Convers and running down to his school, Arnold middle school.