Now you know what it is! I did it because I felt like that! Now you know for yourself”(70). Finny has been denying the truth, and he will not accept the truth ever. He will either openly deny it or just ignore what you said.
Jesus Christ you’re a crazy bastard!... O.K.-O.K. I’ll tell ya again I ain’t got nothing to do might jus’ as well spen’ all my time tellin’ you things and then you forget ‘em, and I tell you again” (Steinbeck, Chpt 1). George takes his time to remind Lennie about something and it bothers him because Lennie won’t remember it. This makes us feel that it’s annoying him that he takes his time to remind Lnnie just so
Another example of Tom’s priorities forming into what they should’ve been all along was on page 120. It says how Tom simply crumbled up the paper and shoved it in his pocket, he no longer cared what happened to the paper because while out on that ledge, risking his life. He realized it wasn’t worth it at all and he began to notice what really
He got dressed and woke up his men, getting them ready to scavenge the land and hopefully they 'll ring the missing man. " Alright, men, we need to take precautions here.
Good night, love you.” Morning came quickly with knocks on the door. Thomas ignored it, assuming Ellen would answer it, but she didn’t. The knocks were loud. He swore someone was going to break the door down!
Mr. K Mensah - what point are you trying to make? because you sounded silly and idiot. What made you think she was incredibly dishonest? There is nothing that pointed to the conclusion you 've arrived at, except to say you sounded incoherently and twerp and ironically like a stupid Trump. Perhaps your pick-up the phrase from him huh?
After this happened, Clover gets very paranoid that Lewis is coming to get him. “My throat ran dry. Why did it sound like he was saying that about me? I looked to my right, away from him. He knows.
I hate this place, I want to leave, and I want a better life style, just like every other wealthy people out there! So let’s run away together!” Chrissie blurts with tears of frustration streaming down her boney cheeks, and as if her tears could communicate, Hern surprisingly understood her statement clearly. Hern exhales through his mouth and closes his eyes, once he opens them he asks Chrissie, “why me?”
I lived alone so when I entered my room and heard grunts which came under my bed, I was startled. I froze for a bit and then slowly walked to under my bed which I saw nothing. This gave me much relief, that is until I looked up and saw a creature with black and green fur. His eyes were bright blue like a star. He was a titan, making me seem like an ant even though I was 6
No! She was smart enough to avoid anyone she didn’t know. And luckily I was right. I had found myself pacing around our room in a worried state. It hurt for me to think that my little Adeline had gone missing.
I looked down at my uncles dead still body and I did not recognize him. He laid there in a coffin dressed in a deep black suit so uncanny to his normal casual attire of navy blue sweatpants and a maroon sweater. Where was his black thinly rimmed glasses that hung off of his large nose? Why was his dark brown hair neatly slicked back off his forehead when it always messily hung over his hazel eyes?
Today we are here to discuss the matter of the death of a local child. William Armstrong's death was caused by none other than his own brother. Brother had always thought William to be an embarrassment and was willing to do anything to end the humiliation. He had accumulated a plan to kill the child. Brother was compassionate and kind to his brother only when he wanted to be and would change his attitude whenever he thought right.
It was a gray day. The sun did not shine; it could not pierce the layers of powdery black skies along with the fog. The thick mist that was not really rain, or fog covered the southeastern corner of New Jersey. It was depressing, just like most days in the area surrounding the Overbrook Asylum. On the outside, Overbrook was a welcoming place where patients were treated with care along with respect; the inside was very different.