This quote shows how Jem and Scout plaster the snow onto the dirt. The dirt is a representation of the black race and the snow being the white race. The dirt is covered by the snow, which is parallel to the oppression of the black race by the white people. Later, a fire occurs and the snowman melts into one heap: “…you’ve got a job of your own over there. She pointed to our yard.
I—I RUN OFF" (37). This quote is showing where Jim ran away from his masters home and town so that he can free himself and his family. The town is also keeping Huckleberry Finn “captive” to. Throughout the novel Twain talks about how Huckleberry Finn feels trapped in the town and how he wants to escape civilization and his father. “Every little while he locked me in and went down to the store, three miles, to the ferry, and traded fish and game for whisky, and fetched it home and got drunk and had a good time, and licked me.”(Twain 34).
I grabbed my hat and put it on my head. My dad unhinged the gun case and took my gun out. I was going hunting in a stand not that far from our cabin so I could walk to it. My dad said “good luck” to me then I started walking. Every step I took I could hear the crunching of the leafs I was walking on the trail that we have going back to the stand.
The Right Reverend Deacon Doctor Zephariah Connerly the Third teaches Elijah the importance of tithing, the act of giving ten percent of what you make. Instead of the preacher getting one out of the ten fish, the preacher coerces Elijah into giving him his three largest bass and largest perch. The Preacher also doesn’t follow through on promises he makes like letting Elijah shoot his mystery gun. Every time they go into the woods, the Preacher has an excuse why Elijah can’t shoot it that time. The first time they go into the woods, the Preacher said he ran out of ammunition so Elijah couldn’t shoot the gun.
Also, there are snow covered tree branches and patches of snow and ice on the path every now and then. Another spot in the book is when he starts to leave the shack before everything changes. “The snowbanks had vanished, and summer wildflowers began to color the borders of the trail and the forest as far as he could see. Robins and finches darted after one another among the trees.” (Page 82 WM. Paul Young) The reader can even feel the warm air rush upon them immediately after reading this excerpt from the book.
Traveling through the Dark Every day the average adult, "makes 35,000 decisions in one day", but one wrong decision can change lives and history. In the poem, " Traveling through the Dark," by William Stafford, he shows the decision making in human nature. The first stanza opens with the man driving down the road only to find a dead deer on the side. He is initially left with an easy decision to either throw the deer off the side of the road or allow people to die trying to avoid the deer. However, when he touches the deer, he notices a fawn in the side of its stomach still alive, contrasting the "stiffened...cold" deer that lays on the side of the road.
I went, set it up, then got it ready for the next morning. When I went in the next morning the blind was trashed also smashed into the dirty, brown, mucky, ground of the earth. There was no way I was going to be able to shoot this deer, it was too smart for me. The landowner 's daughter had been listening to our conversations about the hunt and the genius deer. She came up to me and said “Hey mister, what if you put a treestand across the field from where the deer comes in also, put a ground blind where it comes in then when it messes with the ground blind that will leave you with a perfect shot.” I couldn’t believe it, his eight year old daughter was smarter than both of us.
This shows that the decision Sheila made makes allows her true character to shine through. Next, Sheila heard a sound of a bass in the water and she mentioned that fishing is “dumb”. We can see that because of the two decisions Sheila made, of not helping row the canoe and mentioning that fishing it dumb shows that she is quite rude and not caring of the other person. During their trip to the concert, the narrator notices that the biggest bass he has ever caught just bit his line! He kept debating over the big bass, or Sheila.
Having made a bow and four arrows, he went off alone and waited in the timber at a buffalo path…” “the people used the fire drill. A man went off alone and fasted. He learned that certain stones, when struck, would give a spark and that this spark would light tinder.” (The Arapaho Learn How to Hunt Buffalo in AA, pg. 5) The Arapaho’s hunted bison for culinary and various cultural practices. The primary food sources that the Arapaho tribe ate which included bison ranged from all native animals that were available to hunt and provided raw materials as well.
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