In the book Uglies, David’s dad dies because David and Tally couldn’t get to him in time. In Fahrenheit 451 Clarisse dies in an accident but Captain Beatty gets killed by Guy Montag because of how he was treating him and how he wanted to burn his house down. At the
Therefore they initially headed east; hoping that at some point the valley that they were in would do a U-turn and allow them to start walking west. After several hours of walking east, the trio unexpectedly found the tail section of the plane, which was still largely intact. Within and surrounding the tail were numerous suitcases that had belonged to the passengers, containing cigarettes, candy, clean clothing and even some comic books. The group decided to camp that night inside the tail section, and continue east the next morning. However, on the second night of the expedition, which was their first night sleeping outside exposed to the elements, the group nearly froze to death.
Tommy won’t talk to me even though we are going to be on this plane for twelve hours. Mom and dad are in First Class. When Tommy complained about being stuck back in coach, dad said he and mom worked hard and that they deserved to be pampered. Last week, Tommy bought his first car. It’s a used 1998 Toyota Civic.
They all turn in the alarm, including Millie herself, and Montag is forced to burn down his own house. This is because the "family" has no knowledge of what life used to be like and so they do not know how to comprehend the poem so they think that it is just about hate and destruction. To save his own hide, he also was forced to shoot Beatty who was burned by the flame thrower, to a crisp. Knowing he would be sought out by the hound, he runs away to Faber 's who tries to get him away by sending him down to the river. He makes it to the river and crosses to the other side, just in time to stop the hound from getting to him, and he runs away from his
It is learned that he treated his wife and kids very badly, and even had a mistress when he was in a healthy state. He realizes that he cannot change anything that happened between them at this point, leaving him with many regrets. Jean- Dominique is later visited by Pierre Roussin. The reader learns that Bauby gave his plane ticket on flight to Hong Kong to Roussin. Unfortunately, that flight was hijacked, resulting in Roussin being held hostage in Beirut, Lebanon for four years.
Many people identify closure as an end, a conclusion, or a resolution, when in fact it should be something that is understood, accepted, and lived with. In the chapter, “The Dew Breaker,” Anne, the wife of the dew breaker, still regrets the traumatic death of her brother at the hands of her own husband. She goes on to say, “There was no way to escape this dread anymore...this fright that the most important relationships of her life were always on the verge of being severed or lost, that the people closest to her were always disappearing...These spirits, they’d left her for good... leaving behind no corpse to bury, no trace of himself at all” (Danticat 242). This suggests that Anne may never be able to forgive her husband and obtain closure from her brother’s death. She knows that she has to live with the grief that she feels for the rest of her life because of the decision she made.
He eventually was released with a "Buenos" from Cedillo and his staff. DeCelles kept his flight log, according to the article, but he did not file a report with authorities. It wasn’t until the late 1950’s that airport security screening too off, despite warnings by professinals, and by the late 1960’s hijackings were on the rise culminating in an all-time record of 86 hijackings in 1969
April, 1849 Being on the trail for about a week has brought unexpected holdups. First off the tall grass that scrapes my bare legs as I walk. Lena, Lilly and I all have plenty of gashes from burs and thorns. Our first landmark was Alcove Springs. We never stopped, although it was nice to think that there were people before us taking this journey.