Sedgewick Bell was cheating and Hundert knew about it. Hundert told Mr. Woodbridge about his suspicions but he told him if he wants to keep his job he shouldn’t do anything. On page 169 Mr.Woodbridge tells hundert” Ignore it, Hundert or look for another job’. This was a problem for Hundert because it set a bad example for
First up is Sedgewick Bell. In the beginning, Sedgewick and Mr.Hundert have a very awful relationship. Mr.Hundert is Sedgewick’s teacher. When Sedgewick was introduced into Mr.Hundert’s class, he was a class clown. Sedgewick payed no attention in class and never knew answers to the questions he was asked.
In the story Mr. Hundert learns that people will do anything to get what they want . Sedgewick Bell Jr. is the son of the Senator. Sedgewick will do anything to impress his father. During the story sedgewick competes in a competition and Mr.Hundert notices that he is cheating. Although Mr.Hundert notices Sedgewick he does not say anything under the influence
In the beginning of the movie The Emperor club the first character you meet is Mr. Hundert. His role in the movie is a vital character, who is a professor at an all boys school called St. Benedict's Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts. While watching the movie you realize that Mr. Hundert character is ethical character, who usually thinks about his actions and how it will affect his students. Mr. Hundert principles and virtue was being tested when he got a new student name, Sedgewick Bell. Throughout the movie, Mr. Hundert developed a caring relationship with Sedgewick; he developed that type of relationship with Sedgewick because he felt the need to constantly help him for him to do better and act right.
Matt does not feel accepted into society because of his background, therefore, creating a man vs. society conflict. Matt is doubting himself, and giving into society at the beginning of chapter nine saying, “It didn 't matter that Matt had excellent grades and good manners. They were both animals and thus unimportant” (85). At the end of chapter nine, Matt 's outlook on his situation changes when the narrator says, “He was in a rage to learn. He would excel, and than everyone would love him and forget that he was a clone” (91).
When I first came to the U.S., my quietness made me a deviant from the majority and I couldn’t even make a friend. During the film, some of the scenes somehow made me reminisce my past and learned how to appreciate what I have came through. Unlike the films that I watch in my spare time, this time I try to connect sociological concepts and topics to explore some parts of the movie. For instance, in the same scene in which Mr. Truman happens to steal the school’s money, I was thinking what social factors motivate him to commit such crime. As a white, male principal, he is part of the “Matrix of Power and Advantage”, who has advantageous abilities that allow him to “hold a number of statuses that are highly valued in society” (Parkhouse 2017).
Paul ever thinks about the evil things that erases humanity in men. At that time a light suddenly has flashed. He sees his face in the mirror which is framed by fluorescent lamps. In that, “Over the mirror was the legend, THE BEST MAN IN THE WORLD FOR THE BEST JON IN THE WORLD” (221).Kurt Vonnegut’s main intention is to express his view about machines and according to him human beings are more valuable than machines. Many characters in the novel express the view of their own experience against machines.
Between the film and novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, the roles of the characters as well as plotlines were manipulated to supposedly better fit a film adaptation. Charles Cheswick, played by Sydney Lassick, is an Acute patient of the mental ward admitted for his short temperament. Described as a “rabbit” by another patient, Cheswick is one of the first to be charmed by McMurphy’s rhetoric and actions and strongly supports all of McMurphy’s doings and suggestions. Cheswick, with so much belief in McMurphy even tries to emulate him by bringing up his own opinion and demand during a meeting after years of stagnated expression. Unfortunately for the novel version of Cheswick, no support was to be had and he suicides.
In the story Kurt Vonnegut writes, “George was toying with the vague notion that maybe dancers shouldn’t be handicapped. But he didn’t get very far with it before another noise in his ear radio scattered his thoughts” (1). This quote is significant because it exemplifies how the government is afraid of the intelligence of the citizens. Due to the
When he would say sentences such as “The delusion that some are the conquerors and others the conquered destroys the trust between nations and thereby also destroys the world economy. But the misery of our people is terrible!” made it sound like he really cared about the people by saying how terrible it is that the people of Germany were in a depression and how they should trust him because other countries destroyed the trust thus destroying the economy. “Germany must not and will not sink into Communist anarchy.” Lastly when he said that it made him sound a lot more trustworthy and like he knew what he was doing more than what he did. Hitler was a really good speaker for how he acted like he wanted to better everyone’s life. With his use of hand gestures, how he would start with his voice being low than get really loud to make him seem so much more emotional and how he would word things to make him seem like a more caring person than people thought.