Now that Paul sees and understands what the truth is about what happened to his eyes he doesn’t think of himself as a freak or as Eclipse Boy. By the end, Paul’s parents finally see and admit that Erik is a bad kid and needs help. They have a conversation with Paul’s grandparents, “
¨The jury has reached a decision,¨ I stated, ¨they have decided to keep Ponyboy with Darry and Soda.¨ the reasons for which he was staying were simple. His family was supporting, he could learn protection for self defense only, and because they can more than likely care for him better than a foster home
Why Doodle 's brother isn 't responsible for his death. How Doodle 's brother isn 't responsible for his death. First, Doodle 's parents should have stopped his brother from over working him due to his condition. Second, he did it so that they can have more fun together. Finally, he thought it would it would help his brothers condition.
But I was out of tears. And deep inside me, if I could have searched the recesses of my feeble conscience, I might have found something like: Free at last!” This story told by Elie demonstrates how though Elie was somewhat upset, the first thought that occupied his mind was that there would be one less hungry stomach, and one less mouth to feed. This greatly shows that although Elie wanted to mourn over his father, his current mindset of self preservation and instinct would not allow
He fails to keep the majority of the boys under his thumb, as they didn’t like all the control and changes to be made. Ralph’s argument was fairly weak, and it could’ve been stronger with better use of the persuasive devices ethos, pagos and logos throughout his speech. At this point in the story, Ralph has captured the attention of the fellow islanders after discussing where they must relieve themselves. None of the boys really argued with him over this, as none of them wanted their food or other necessities to be contaminated with feces. Ralph chose to take advantage of this moment by circling back to the issue of fire, saying “The fire is the most important thing on the island.
"I felt like jumping out the window. I probably would 've done it, too, if I 'd been sure somebody 'd cover me up as soon as I landed. I didn 't want a bunch of stupid rubbernecks looking at me when I was all gory". (Salinger 2010 : 58) Holden seems to think that it is better to die young than to become an adult materialist like his parents, brother, and nearly every adult he meets. In this case death act as a symbol of freedom, a gateway, a relief from one’s troubles and responsibilities, this is its very quality that at times caused Holden to consider it
"Now we can really decide what's what." This shows that by Jack leaving, it helped anyone who believed in the rules laid out to do their part and to get things done. Jack did not help with the rules in the slightest, going against anything that was said. This brings me to my next point; Jack believed in destruction and did not care if he hurt people. Before Piggy dies, there is an argument between Jack and Ralph saying, " Which is better, Law and rescue, or hunting and breaking things up?"
Whether it is the “rude sepulture” for the mother’s funeral, the naming of the infant “call him Luck and start him fair”, his feeding, the idea of adoption quickly rejected because “them fellows at Red Dog would swap it”, and the baptism that starts quite satirically but ends up being rather serious and when the name of God is pronounced “otherwise than profanity”, life in Roaring Camp is definitively different from what it used to be. The irreverence exposed sometimes is quickly turned into an apology to the advantage of the baby, whether when it is time to choose his name or baptize him: “It’s better (…) to take a fresh deal all round.” Even at the end, when they are looking for their baby after he has disappeared in the flood, his body is saved by Kentuck, himself “cruelly crushed and bruised” but not giving up their Luck. Even dead, the baby is their hope in the afterlife as Kentuck says “he’s a taking me with
He is able to beat the Gollum who lives in the cavern in a contest of riddles by asking “What have I got in my pocket?” and uses the power of the ring to not be eaten by Gollum and escape the cavern. He is reunited with the dwarves and Gandalf. They are pursued by evil wolves called Wargs but are saved by a group of eagles and Beorn, a creature who can change his shape from man to bear. It is here that Gandalf leaves their company so he may tend to other business. They begin their travel through the forest of Mirkwood, but are ambushed in their sleep by giant spiders but Bilbo manages to help them all escape with the use of the magic ring.
This is important because he was so hungry that he couldn 't wait for the time to come when he gets his next meal. This is relevant to my evidence because it shows that no matter what they do they can 't rebel against the Nazi’s. This is shown because you would think that they could just ask for some, but no. If they asked for food or forgiveness they would be beaten. Eli was able to describe that he was arguing with death rather than his father.