The whole crew was worried, but John assumed that everything would be fine and he continued to sail. The men again told him that the food supply would not last them 2 more days, yet John kept on. This time Hugh and Elyot told him we are complete out of food. John acted as if he didn’t care, but this time he packed up and started towards England. The men happened to be down by his chamber when they smelt a peculiar smell.
There were also parts that I did not like, which is why I am going to expressing my feelings on how I felt about the ending of this book. I realized that the ending was coming when the antagonist’s plans started getting foiled and his bad deeds were coming into the spotlight. But the main problem in the ending chapters of this book was that the telegraph cable fell into the sea. Thanks to Ailish’s fishing plan, they were able to get it out, but the cable kept falling back into the sea countless times after that. At some point, they were out of rope, so they had to leave the cable under seas and go home.
The chapter only states her opinion of deciding to leave rather than staying, not stating her ability to succeed in England. “I did not want to go to England, I did not want to be a nurse, but I would have chosen going off to live in a cavern and keeping house for seven unruly men rather than go on with my life as it stood.”(11-13) Annie is walking to the jetty knowing that she may have made a mistake of arranging her departure when she realizes her childhood had been invested in Antigua.“It was all of half an hour’s walk from our house to the jetty, but I was passing through most of the years of my life.”(187-189) Arriving at the jetty, Annie second guesses her choice of deciding to leave.“For the thing about not being able to understand and enjoy what they were saying was I had nothing to take my mind off my fear of slipping in between the boards of the jetty.”(328-330) Annie realizes she will never see her parents and her home again. “My mother and my father—I was leaving them forever. My home on an island—I was leaving it forever. I felt a familiar hollow space inside.” (331-334) The thought of leaving again causes Annie to sorrow.
But later on, what with sickness and cold and hunger and discouragement, and the filthiness of his work, and the vermin in his home, he had given up washing in winter, and in summer only as much of him as would go into a basin. He had had a shower bath in jail, but nothing since—and now he would have a swim!” (178). This explores the way that Jurgis came to America with hopes and dreams in which he worked very hard to try to accomplish. Such as, looking for jobs and protecting his family from having to venture out in the real world like he had to. However, once he saw what it was really like he gave up on trying to “play by the rules” because he realized society was driven by everyone's own self
It was a stormy day out at sea. Me and my crew were riding the Royal Fortune out into the marine toward Blackbeard’s hideout, on a hidden cove near a small city in Wales. We slowly ride on, taking hours to reach our destination, but finally, we arrive. At the beginning, we dock. One of my finest crewmates, John Wagney, notifies me that everyone on Blackbeard’s team was asleep.
It was horrible because I was so anxious to just leave and get there. When I got to the lake only one of my friends was there. It was very late when we got to the lake though. I had to go to bed when we got there, and that meant i couldn 't hang out with my friends. It was unfair because my brother braden got to hangout with his friends but me and my friends didn 't get too.
Eventually, Frankie, the dental hygienist who I was to shadow, walked in through the door beside the reception desk and lead me to her office. She was very warm and eager to teach me all about her craft. I learned a lot in the two days I worked with her. There was never a dull moment and I got to see so many different patients; patients of different backgrounds, ethnicities, age groups, and gender. All my initial fear was basically fear of what I was getting myself into.
Earlier he also states, “There were no docks for our ships. We had to wade ashore from landing craft through a driving rainstorm. The rainy season on Pavuvu-- when more than six feet of rain (that’s seventy-two inches) falls in an average year-- was supposed to be over already, but it must’ve been running late that spring” (Jim 187). This again also shows how he goes into great detail, but not too much, to show what it was like just to get to the island. By giving this amount of detail, the memoir goes from being just static words to a whole movie wrapped up into a
During the first drop off an the island Cole quickly wanted them to leave with no goodbyes Edwin and Garvey climbed aboard the boat, as they waved towards Cole as he waved back he extended his middle finger as the skiff drove off. On the second trip Garvey and Edwin spent a few days on the island to help Cole get prepared for the months ahead, on the last day everybody was in a happy, jolly mood, they laughed and joked around. This time the skiff left Cole only felt the fear of being alone. Coles development throughout the novel has not only impacted his perspective of himself and personality but also how others act and feel about being around