The next morning he tries to visit Finny again, and they both agree that his actions on the tree was not on purpose. Later on that afternoon, Gene is told that Finny has died from the broken leg, and Gene does not allow himself to cry because of it, because he feels as though Finny is now a part of him. Finally, the book ends with all the boy’s at Devon graduating and seperating off into different parts of the military. Gene never actually sees action, but feels as though he has already fought a war at Devon since he now understands that almost everyone harbors some kind of undignified hate in their heart. Everyone except
the scarecrow sprinkles sleeping dust around her head Lucy passes out. she wakes up a couple of hours later in a building the first thing she sees is Jacob. JACOB ARE YOU OK she yells Jacob says yeah I'm fine but what are you doing down here. I don't know I was snatched out of my bed but I know one thing we need to get out of here now. Lucy says she looks around for a window she finds one but it is high.
The reader is subjected to many long rants by Holden about the company he wants, though he attempts to settle several times. Betraying the strict rules he appears to had made for himself on not interacting with ‘phonies’. This is the type of person he has made clear he hates and never will become. Chapter 9 starts with Holden arriving at Penn Station. Where he stays in a telephone booth for nearly twenty minutes trying to think of someone to call up.
Not to mention the added time for a shower, I wouldn’t even be able to start my homework until eleven. It was eleven o’three when I finally started my homework. It was official; I was in the fourth, final, and worst stage of procrastination, the crisis stage. I was exhausted, just trying to finish solving all the problems, and not even checking to see if any of them were right. It seemed no matter how many times I had to suffer the consequences of procrastination, I still chose the easy way, or at least it was easy for a while, until I had virtually no time left and had to rush to get it done.
In the middle of the novel, Charlie also updated his friend whose name was never mentioned with letters. In these letter Charlie mentioned that he is trying to get better, “I wish I can report that it's all getting better , but unfortunately it isn't. It's hard…”(Chbosky 142). As well as the end of the book, “I've been in the hospital for the past two months… I was completely naked on the couch watching television , which wasn't on”(Chbosky 208). At the very end of the book Charlie says that he will stop writing letter to his friend and will try to live his normal life next year as a sophomore in his school, “Tomorrow I start my sophomore year of high school.
My irony story My irony story happened in Hermosillo, Sonora. A friend of mine, named Francisco (I call him Franky) went to my house and stayed to sleep, we bought the energizing drink called monster and some chips to pass the night and not going to sleep but we actually ended sleeping very early, compared to other times, and the next day Franky and I looked for his cell phone because we noticed that it was not where we leave our things in my house and his father called me and said that he was calling Franky and that he did not answer, so we looked for like 2 hours and the next day we had to go to school, so I told the maid that when she could that if she would look the cell phone for me, I forgot to say that in the house were living my father,
On other side, author Wes Moore, getting involved in military school, was and experience that shaped his attitude and behavior. “After my first sargent left the room, I lay back down and pulled the covers back over myself. As my head hit the pillow, I smirked to think that I could make them leave my room so easily”... “Moments later the door slammed opened again, hitting the wall so hard flakes of the crusty blue paint chipped off. My entire chain of command...picked my mattress up off the top bunk and turned it over, dropping me five feet to the cold, hard, green tiled floor.” Wes now has to realize how he no longer has control over his actions, and must follow strict
I knew it a definite potential of calming me down, although I was quite mistaken. Every five minutes I was looking down at my phone, anticipating to see a message from my dad. After twenty minutes of constant anxiety filling the room, Joy jumped out of her seat and decided to take us all on a shopping trip. Shopping is one of my favorite hobbies, so I was first to accept this much needed trip of enjoyment. I knew I could never make it through the day sitting at home staring at a blank screen.
After staying in the hospital a couple days, Reuven received a surprise visit from Danny who tries apologizing. The furious Reuven demands that Danny leaves without hearing his apology. However, Reuven thinks about the circumstances and accepts Danny’s apology the next day. “Yesterday I had hated him: now we were calling each other by our first names” (67). While
Montag tries to get her to see what is really happening in society. She is so unaware of her actions that Montag has top tell her, “maybe you took two pills and forgot and took to more, and forgot again and took two more, and were so dopey you kept right on until you had thirty or forty of them in you” (Bradbury 17). Montag has to call the operators because she over dosed on the sleeping pills. The next morning she just thought she had a hangover. Montag had to tell her what really happened.