Sammy displays his maturity through his strong morals by refusing to work in a profession where customers are degraded. Sammy, a cashier at A+P, is like a sheep. He is at the lowest level of employment as an obedient and docile employee. However, Sammy is horrified when Lengel, his manager, makes a rude comment towards three young ladies dressed in bathing suits. Sammy is troubled by the manner in which Lengle spoke to those girls.
The author, Updike, illustrates how Sammy is slightly insecure and immature about approaching the girls and instead spends time with his coworkers discussing them. The exposition shows how he is longing for something different in life, to move away from working in the same store just to please his parents. 2. Sammy’s judgments are accurate for his character. As a young boy, his judgment of the girls being attractive and catching his
For the reason, that in the 1950’s it was not common to see people walk around in their bathing suits. The girls in bathing suits also caused Sammy to get distracted and start thinking in s sexual manner. -Climax: The climax in the story is when Sammy quits his job. Sammy quitted his job because he did not like how Lengel was treating the girls in the bathing suits -Resolution: The resolution takes place at the end of the story, when Sammy watches his ex boss through the windows doing his old job. Sammy began to feel that by quitting his job, will make things more complicated for him in the future.
Gilbert starts catching feels for this girl but is constantly getting embarrassed around her by Arnies odd mannerisms. Gilbert slowly starts to lose it with Arnie, and even abuses him towards the end when he misbehaved and wouldn’t get in the shower. Gilbert is so shocked from his action that he took off and spent the night with Becky. He showed up the next day for Arnies birthday and made up with his brother and the rest of the family. At the end of the film, the mother passes away and Becky leaves the town, only to return a year later for Arnie’s nineteenth
He calls out to his wife to resist and the scene vanishes. After going home, he loses faith in his religion and his wife after seeing the scene. “Where are You Going, How Have You Been” is about Connie, a pretty fifteen year old who is against her “plain and chunky” sister and her mother who had “once been pretty” (Oates, 1). However, what her mother does not know is that she spends her free time picking up boys at a Big Boy restaurant. One day, while there, she catches the eye of a stranger.
Stella says “Drunk drunk animal thing, you!...decency in you” (Williams 62). He had slaps her in her face, when Stanley is in front of his friends he get out of hand. He asks different in front of his wife Stella. In the real world, when men hang out with their friends, they feel like they are the boss, so they start to show out to proof that they are man enough to put women in there place. Knowing that when they are around their wife’s they act so different because if their friends see how men act, they would think that he is a coward.
The first lapse in Harry’s ethics and morality occurs at the beginning of the film. Harry’s Aunt Marge is visiting the Dursely’s, and during dinner, Marge insults Harry’s parents and his “bad blood”. Harry lashes out and uses magic to turn her into a balloon. Though Marge was not justified in her mocking, Harry is not justified in abusing his magic in this way either. He has not tempered his anger, nor has he found the truth about his parents (Granger 83).
The townspeople hate Smitty because he is hanging someone who doesn’t deserve it, even though it isn’t Smitty’s fault he is just doing his job. Despite their friendship Michael doesn’t defend him against the angry town after the hanging the next morning. The Snob is a story about Young John Harcourt and when he see’s his father at a book shop with Grace, the girl he loves. John is scared that his dad will embarrass him because he isn’t the same social class as Grace. John tries to avoid his father and gets in an argument with Grace where he calls her a snob.
In the beginning of A Christmas Carol, Scrooge is very secluded and far from happy. He declines going to eat with his nephew and when the two men walk into his shop scrooge doesn’t donate to those in need. Later on during the first chapter, he is greeted by the ghost of his partner, Jacob Marley, and is told about what will happen to him. The things that will happen to him are because of his greedy and materialistic nature, a prime example of the theme, money can’t buy happiness. Moving on, we will go further into the book.
Rita and the social worker working on their case show up and Rita argues that he was just tiring to spend some time with his child. In these two interactions, a social worker was always called, the cop was more sympathetic towards Sam whilst the social worker was strict and wary of Sam. When Sam first meets Rita at her office she is juggling many things at once and the scene is very chaotic. Rita pays no attention to Sam whilst he is telling the story of how they took Lucy away from him during her birthday. Slowly Sam starts to melt Rita’s cold heart with his genuine kindness and in the process teaching her how to be a more loving mother.