In Ford 's "Optimists" it tells the story of the protagonist Frank and his family. On this significant night, Frank 's father, Roy, returns home early after encountering the death of a man. When he returns home stricken with fear, he sees his wife has company over, Penny and Boyd Mithcell. Boyd begins an argument with Roy, as he is drunk, and in doing so infuriates Roy to the point where he hits him. When Roy hits Boyd it knocks him to his death, changing the family 's whole world.
It can be contended that varying contemporary texts which have been created for both children and young adults endorse post-feministic values and the importance of adhering to a consumer culture. The text Pink by Lili Wilkinson (2009) can be viewed as promoting post-feminist ideals through the inferences of dialog between characters; specifically, through the protagonist Ava. Additionally, the film Mean Girls (2004) mirrors similar ideologies as Pink which portrays a post-feminist society, revealing issues which individuals face once gender equality has largely been achieved. Both of these texts have been created for a young audience and utilise various narrative strategies to convey their ideological position. Accordingly, this essay will
In the chapter “The Night I was Made” (Deep Night) The main character comes home and notices his family gathered around in front of the room. He sees his mother with her mascara running down her face. As he gets closer to her he notices his journal on his lap. The main character is in shock because in the journal the main character constantly write violent pornographic stories about him and other men. He drops to his knees and his vision blurred because he's so shocked that everyone knows about him and his fantasies.
No luck into getting anyone's attention. As Tom is about to not make it into his apartment alive, he has one last option, and that option is to break into his apartment window. 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.
Montag goes home while his wife and her friends are watching TV, he starts to read a poem from a book to them, they are disturbed by the poem. After that, Montag goes to the fire station and says some quotes from books to Beatty but Beatty says other things against to Montag's ideas to show he doesn't know a lot of things about literature, books and it is complicated and dangerous. Then they heard an alarm sound and it's an alarm for Montag's house. When they come to his house, with her bagages Mildred gets into a cap and goes away. Beatty makes him to burn his own house and when he is done, Beatty tells him he is under arrested but Montag kills Beatty.
As this was already about to start the cycle of over reacting instead of de escalating to resolve the problem. Next, in Skips reaction he found a roll of scotch tape and unraveled the whole roll of scotch tape and stuck it deep into the boy 's scalp. Soon after this, the boy storms towards his mother 's room, and finds the door was closed. He hesitated thinking what if she were sleeping, but his selfishness got the best of him. As he stormed in his mom 's room to report, to his misfortune he found his father.
They go out to eat and when they come back they see the church burning and hear that some kids are trapped inside. They burst inside to save the kids even though Dally told them not to. Johnny then broke his back after a piece of the wood fell on him and he went to the hospital he was in critical condition. For the first time greasers were seen as hero's even though the paper read " JUVENILE DELINQUENTS TURN HEROES" ( Hinton page 90 ) While Johnny and Pony were in the church a big fight had been scheduled between the socs and the greasers and if the greasers won socs can't jump them again after the rumble Pony Goes to the hospital to see Johnny and to tell them that they won, but he tells Pony that it is useless and that Pony had to "stay gold" and that meant to preserve one's innocence because Johnny had felt how losing one's innocence can change a person. He then dies, Dally bursts out of the hospital.
Most of the protagonists in "bloodline” are placed by Gaines in serious situations and dilemma that required to undertake decisions in order to solve a problem or to overcome it. In “Bloodline”, the stories relates the events that follow slavery, black men are no longer slave but they are treated in such way they lose their maturity, and this situation makes some of the characters like Cupper, Frank Laurent nephew to struggle this situation and takes the responsibility to fight this idea that is the superiority of the white towards black
For people living in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community, hiding in a “the closet” is very common in hiding their true identities. Extreme precaution is taken to help prevent exposing themselves to friends and family until the time is right for them. Then, when someone is finally ready to reveal their true selves they must deal with the reactions of everyone they tell. This process is highlighted in the American sitcom The Golden Girls, a show highlighting the lives of four women after retirement and living in their “golden years”. The episode “Scared Straight” (1988) highlight the relationship between Blanche and her younger brother Clayton- a middle aged man divorced from a woman, and ready to reveal his true identity to his sister.
The problem is they all do the some of the same things to their rivals. In all, this book connects to a lot of interesting ideas and historical events. In conclusion, the theme in the book the outsiders are being prejudice is a human instinct, although, we cannot let it take control of us. It reminds the reader of the ways people are judged and a few groups of people that are judged. Is it wrong to judge people in all
After entering the house, Chaz recalls the details of his wife that he loved the most, thinking that “The place smelled lightly of Joey’s favorite perfume, a scent that never failed to arouse him,” (70). Joey’s aroma leaves Chaz confused about his emotions. However, the more time he spends in the house the worse he begins to feel. Eventually, while in his bedroom, his actions catch up to his guilty conscious and he breaks down, screaming “I didn’t want to kill her!”
The movie begins with a fake sick Ferris and his concerned parents in his bedroom. Once Ferris is able to convince his mother and father he is sick, they don’t allow him to go to school. But once they leave, he jumps out of bed and speaks to the audiences and one of the first things out of his mouth is, “‘...that’s childish and stupid but so is high school,’” [all you need is one set of quotes here] [start a new sentence here]his distaste for high school is reflected right off the bat. Bueller’s attitude towards education is very similar to students in this generation and that is because education in the 21st century is a mess. Schools are focused on standardized testing, and regular testing which make up a large portion of the students grades.
The school year progresses and Kenny keeps us up to speed on the highlights, which mostly involve Byron getting into trouble. He beats up Larry Dunn, he sets things on fire, he kills a bird with a cookie (no, we 're not kidding) and then gets really upset about it. At this point, we 're all a little confused about what exactly is going on with this kid, and Momma and Dad are pretty frustrated. Then Byron gets his hair chemically straightened without permission (in the Watson family this is a big no no, so dad shaves Byron 's head ball, and that is the last straw.
James, Joey’s brother, tried to fight me for injuring his brother. I tried to run. Jame’s tripped and nearly got run over by a wagon. He hit his head really hard and was also put in a coma. That night their parents plotted a plan to get rid of me.