He turns his business into a profitable factory. However, the Lorax emerges from the stump of the trees and disapproves the felling of the trees, complaining that the factory has polluted the air and the water. Once the last tree is chopped down, the factory closes and the Lorax leaves. Where he last stood is a small stump engraved with a single word: "UNLESS". The Once-ler ponders this message for a long time until a boy comes to him and he realises “UNLESS someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better.
Melinda wakes to the tree in her front yard cutting down. While Melinda watches the tree, her dad explains why the tree is being cut down to a little boy by talking about the arborist and how “He’s not chopping it down. He’s saving it. Those branches were long dead from disease. All the plants are like that.
The monster describes how he came to life completely disoriented. He didn’t know how to speak or understand language and he had to get used to the feel of his own body and to figure out basic concepts like light and dark, heat and cold, and hunger and thirst. He wandered out into the forest where he could hide and look for berries and nuts. The first human he sees is an old man in a hut who runs away in terror because the monster is so hideous. He’s fascinated by the first village he walks into, but the residents are terrified and they drive him off by throwing things at him.
Then, he and his comrades leave the meeting. Subsequently, Ralph shows his weakness by saying he wants to give up from being a chief, because maybe jack is the best and also he has no control of the boys. Afterward, Simon and Piggy tells him to stay chief because Jack with his obsess to hunt would be a terrible chief, knowing that he does not like Piggy, he would hurt him. At the same day at night, a parachutist falls into the forest. Sameneric who are in charge of the fire, see the parachutist and run to the other boys.
The Bayou Hank and his son, Hill Billy have been living on the bayou for as long as Hill Billy can remember. Hill Billy was a young man waiting to go into the army but he didn’t want to leave his dad nothing so Hill Billy decided to make some money by selling coon skins. For this he would need his blue tick coon hound, Camo to trap the raccoons in the trees, and his dad 's old 12 gauge sawed off shotgun. Hill Billy told his father the plan of getting money by selling coon skins, but didn’t really say for what. Hank told Hill Billy not to go out to look for coons today because there was rain expected in the next 5 hours(5:00).
In Gary Soto’s short story “The Jacket” the main character, the boy in the jacket, vows “ I spent my sixth-grade year in a tree in the alley, waiting for something good to happen to me in that jacket, which had become the ugly brother who tagged along wherever I went.” The boy blames his jacket for all the struggles that happened to him and he believes that the jacket brought him bad luck. Soto uses this to support the theme because the boy is being distracted by the jacket. Which makes him not try to improve his life. Soto uses literary elements, symbolism, and conflict to support the overarching theme: focusing on the small things like appearances can distract society from the bigger more important things. First and foremost, the literary element in “The Jacket” supports the overarching theme, focusing on the small things like appearances can distract humainity from the bigger more important things.
Are the berries he finds poisonous? Slowly, Brian learns to turn adversity to his advantage--an invading porcupine unexpectedly shows him how to make fire, a devastating tornado shows him how to retrieve supplies from the submerged airplane”(Paulsen). Unlike the man in To Build A Fire this boy was nowhere prepared to take on the journey of living in the woods alone, he had no background knowledge and everything he had to do was off of gut feeling, he was never sure. However, the boy was resourceful just like the man and was able to find ways to further prolong his living. The man in the short story made sure the dog went first so he would know when the ice was too thin, the boy in this story had things help him along the way like the tornado and porcupine.
The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood is a book about an outlaw named Robin Hood and his merry men as they live in the forest and steal from the rich and give to really poor people. I will give a short summary of the main events for all chapters. We will see that the Sheriff continues to plot against Robin Hood, Robin Hood is more intelligent than the Sheriff. Chapter five begins as Robin Hood is walking through the forest thinking about how he wants to seek revenge on the Sheriff of Nottingham. He wants to get him back three times as much.
In order to roam free the prisoners must make despairing leaps for freedom, which often results in injury or even death. Bruce Wayne’s countless attempts to roam free of the prison is related to the scene early in Batman Begins his father comes down by a rope and lifts him back up. This traumatizing fear of that cave with the bats has been with Bruce his whole life and he is constantly reminded of it. Towards the end of the first movie Bruce is seen patching the well with wood and this almost symbolizes that he has patched over his trauma but he hasn’t really confronted it. Instead of facing his fears he chose to delay them and this has ultimately changed his whole life.
There are many signs that happen in Frankenstein’s early life that’ll deflect him from pursuing his original studies, such as, his father not explaining why Victor shouldn’t read the book by Agrippa, the storm that he’s fasciated from and after he discovers the tree that was struck by lightening the night before. While, the Monster is traumatized after being abandoned by Victor. The Monster wants to be validated and loved by Victor. His need for validation leads him to seek it out whenever he can, though it proves to be disastrous. Overall, Shelley believes in nurture.
He cut the trees for the gain of society. If you look at everyone here, you 'll notice that the majority is wearing sweaters made through those trees. The Once-Ler, was in a dire situation during that time. His family was poor and starving and needed to be saved for death was knocking on their door. The Once-Ler didn 't have a choice, so when the opportunity to help his family arrived, he 'd be welcoming death to his home if he didn 't take advantage.
When I read the story “The Lorax”, I thought that the theme of this story was showing how anything can become an addiction or the use of something can be abused. In the beginning, Once-ler only cuts down one tree to make his “Thneeds”. The Lorax doesn’t like this because that is the food and the source of life for many things. The Lorax can not get Once-ler to understand that he doesn’t need to chop down all the trees. After a while Once-ler goes back and chops down all the trees in the forest.
Trey Clevenger Monath Language Arts II 5 October 2016 Individuality “Jumped out the window, and didn’t even realize I ran into the forbidden forest” (Rand 62) as Equality runs into the forest he realizes he’s alone and he’ll never see the golden one again. When he was sitting in the forest he thought about all the laws he broke and the most important one he stood out as an individual. The Society don’t like individuals so society demands collectivism, conformity, and equality, but Equality 7-2521 wanted to stand out as an individual and defied the laws of the society and stood out. In the beginning, The word “Equality” is the most important word in the community because the society doesn’t want anybody being different or having a different
The priestess told Unoka that he is having bad harvest due to his being lethargic. He has to work hard like the other men in the village and not sacrifice a goat for his harvest to he has a bad personal god , or chi. So instead, he had to make his own reputation. For that, he worked for Nwakibie. He makes amiable offerings to Nwakibie such as kola-nut, palm-wine, and an alligator pepper but asks for a
Another point is the trees had the names of men who had done others wrong for their personal gain. (293) When going through the forest, he sees trees that have names of men who have hurt the lives of other people. these names on the trees, tie back to the core being the body of the trees, the names act as a label . Also the three with crowninshield is cut down and the devil says it 's ready to be burned, later when tom returns back to town Mr crowninshield had died.With that when the tree went down so did the man whose name was on it. Deacon peabody 's name was on