John Q wanted revenge on the hospital, because they didn’t put his sons name on the transplant list for a new heart. His son was close to death they were running out of time, John Q does something he will soon regret. John Q goes in with a gun and takes over the hospital’s emergency room, as he waits in the emergency room with hostages he demands that his sons name be put on the list. This man became something he is not and did something that, all because he wanted revenge. As things went on John Q got want he wanted and faced his consequences as a man.
Trujillo gets worried when he learns about the 14th of June Movement because he knows that the goal of the movement is to overthrow or kill him. One by one, he starts jailing members of the movement, as well as ransacking or destroying their homes. At Patria’s house, Trujillo has the SIM tear “...the house apart, hauling away the doors, windows, the priceless mahogany beams of Pedrito’s old family rancho” (Alvarez 192). The way that he messes with those involved in the movement is cruel. After having their homes ransacked, Trujillo jails only the Mirabal husbands, which makes the sisters think they are safe.
After he was released from the police. He displays his furious mindset when he was released from the police station: “If he were able … razed the entire police station and eliminated their family”(Ha Jin 191). Disgusted by city of Muji, Mr Chiu finds that spreading the disease to kill innocent people is the only way to payback: “If only I could kill all the bastards!”(Ha Jin 191). Realizing the teacher’s intent of going to multiple restaurants just to barely eating any food, Fenjin descrives his teacher’s action to be ‘ugly’: “For the first time Fenjin thought of Mr. Chiu as an ugly man”(Ha Jin 192). ‘Ugly man’ symbolizes Mr Chiu’s baleful character quality that he exhibits.
But now his father was not showing sympathy by the way he reacted to the was his son walked into the room of his parents screaming at the top of his lungs. His father shouting at him to get him to notice his mistake then ripped the tape out of his head with anger, pulling 60 hairs out of his scalp. And after all of that, he decided to make the situation worse to start disciplining his son by hitting. This to me shows how none of the charters in the story show sympathy and are all selfish. If I was in the father 's son shows being screamed at and also being hurt I would feel desperate, hopeless, but jealous.
He is portrayed as a mastermind in the cold-blooded killing of the Clutters family, a man with little respect for the lives of others, which can be seen through Dick’s expression before the murder of the Clutters when he converses Perry, “We’re gonna go in there and splatter those walls with hair” (Capote 234). This sudden tone shift enables Capote to depict Dick as a cruel and immoral character. Dick’s lack of empathy and concern for other people beside himself allow him to commit crimes without remorse, which is in contrast to Perry’s moral contemplation after each bad actions they committed. Moreover, Dick is represented as the true criminal with evident motives in murdering the Clutters, while Perry is seen as a vulnerable victim who depends on Dick for validation and acceptance, something in which Dick happily provides in order to manipulate Perry, as Capote writes, “Dick became convinced that Perry was that rarity, ‘a natural born killer,’—absolutely sane but conscienceless, and capable of dealing with or without motive, the coldest-blooded deathblows. It was Dick's theory that such a gift could, under his supervision, be profitably exploited” (Capote 205).
In Edgar Allen Poe’s “A Tell-Tale Heart”, the narrator exhibits many traits of schizophrenia. Throughout the story, a man is terrorized by the eye of an old man and when he can no longer can take looking at the eye, he decides to kill him. He hides his body under the floorboards of their house and when officers come to search the house, they do not find anything, making the narrator overconfident in his plan. Guilt builds up and the man eventually cannot take the noise that he hears and confesses to killing the old man in front of the officers. Many actions of the man prove to be symptoms of schizophrenia.
It all starts with the hardware store, but Peter tattled. So Cole did the only thing he knew how to do. It 's a whole circle, Cole’s dad beat him and was an awful person and Cole is also going to be a dreadful person. “When my dad uses the belt on me, I know he 's trying to hurt me. I see it in his eyes.
But a mob without any man at the head of it, is beneath pitifulness.” After the death of Boggs, the mob ends up at Sherburn’s house ready to kill him. However, Sherburn steps out of his house with a gun and kindly responses to the mob by humiliating them. Sherburn mocks the mob for not being courageous enough and had to borrow their motivation from the public.
Tell-Tale Heart is about a man who was crazy and he killed an old man because of his evil eye.Then he shows the police where he hid the old man’s body. I strongly believe that Tell-Tale Heart is not appropriate for middle schoolers because it tells you about killing people and hiding the evidence. Tell-Tale Heart shouldn’t be read in middle school because it teaches us how to murder people.On page 93 its talks about him replacing the floor boards so cleverly from the police but he then confesses that he killed the old man and put him under the floorboards. The Narrator was a madman- well some call him that- and I call him a madman because he watched the old man take naps and watched him
In “A View from the Bridge”, Arthur Miller presents Eddie as an overprotective, opiniated man who through the play gets more and more agitated by Rodolpho who he believes is taking Catherine away from her. At first, it appears that Eddie is the cause of his death at the end of the play, having called up the immigration office and said “I want to report something. Illegal immigrants. Two of them.” His actions results in Rodolpho and Marco being taken away by the immigration officers. The fact that Eddie has done this shows how much he hates Rodolpho and how much he cares about Catherine as he essentially is reporting his wife’s cousins which would have risked his relationship with Beatrice.