He grew up in a sophisticated home so he didn’t talk like most of the other kids or dress like them. Although he was teased almost every day, he didn’t let that distract him from his goal of becoming the youngest published author in history. All throughout his middle school career, he made poor grades in every class except English class. He loved English class and said his 7th grade English teacher was his role model throughout his early life. His parents were not very strict when it came to grade.
Jack Worthing is one of the main characters of this story he is a respectable man in his community who has custody of Cecily Cardew, the granddaughter of Thomas Cardew the man who adopted Jack when he was a baby. Jack has a secret that no one knows of his scandalous brother Earnest whom he is constantly going to rescue doesn 't exist, it is just ad excuse for him to get away from his responsibilities. Jack is in love with Gwendolen Fairfax the cousin of his best friend Algernon Moncrieff. Along with Jack Algernon has a secret as well he doesn 't really have a friend named Bundury who is very sick that he goes to visit. The first act starts with Algernon receiving an unexpected visit from Jack where he learns that Jack plans to marry his cousin Gwendolen.
He wanted to become writer someday. Patrick is a senior in Charlie’s school he is a hilarious character. Also his name is “Nothing” he got this nickname when a kids used to tease him in middle school and the name just stuck. He was a new kid in school district at the time because his dad married a new woman in that area. He is Sam’s step brother.
With three older brothers, Emerson says that life growing up was fun, but sometimes tough. “There is a ten year age gap between me and my youngest-older brother.” he said, “And growing up with them being a lot older than me, they were such great examples to me on how I should live my life.” He says the same thing about his parents. “They did everything for me, and still do.”
George continually sacrifices his own happiness to take care of Lennie. In the novel George and Lennie have a special friendship different from anyone else's. They go everywhere together, whereas most men travel alone and don’t have any friends. In the book Lennie says, “Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family.
Very neat and kind, but quick to stand up for what he believes in. Stacey Logan: Cassie’s big brother, the oldest of the Logan kids. Stacey is 12 years old (in 7th grade), and very kind and mature, a sort of father figure to his sibling while their father is at work. Christopher-John Logan: The second youngest Logan child, he is 7 years old. He is happy, timid, sensitive to other’s feelings, and wants to be on everyone’s good side.
He teaches the students to express themselves and that it was okay. The students pursue their interest. Neil acts in a play that his father disapproves of, because this was his dream. Mr. Keating makes the students confident and this confidence make the students chase their dreams. 8.
My educational needs and the basic needs of the family drain him a lot. As at now, he spends very little on the education of my brother and cousin since they are lucky to find themselves in the same school I attended, Abossey Okai Methodist Primary and JHS, where tuition is almost free. I feel my situation is difficult and always pity those who might be going through same. Thus, I have made a special statement my credo: “a lifter of men”. I try to encourage the young ones, motivate the older ones on how to persist and move forward even when the storms hit so hard a blow that is difficult to
Our friendship arose from a casual encounter regarding the astounding box of crayons his parents had bought him. He was being teased by some boys, and I decided to act, as far as a four-year old can. I defended him and, thus, an unbreakable bond was created. After that interaction, I vowed to myself to protect him as far as I could. Since he was some months younger than me, I saw him not only as my best friend, but also as my little brother.
However, against all social norms, the play is based on the close friendship between three people: Sam, Willie, and Hally. Hally is a “seventeen-year-old white boy” (Fugard 9), son of the owner of St. George’s Park Tearoom, and a good friend of Sam and Willie. Sam and Willie are black employees of this tearoom mentioned above, so they are definitely of a lower class than Hally. Despite this, the three of them share a friendship beyond racial boundaries; they consider each other as good friends rather than master and servants. Without reading the entirety of the play, but only just reading the title, gives the readers a sense of the overall meaning of this play.