The created along the Hollywood Freeway downtown in conjunction with the 1984 Olympics. He created along the Hollywood Freeway downtown in conjunction with the 1984 Olympics. He was part of a collective called "Los Four" whose 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is considered a landmark in Chicano art. The people in the city loved he's art work because they express their feelings towards the mural. It makes them happy and peaceful
However, people can not die it will be another way to interpret. People does not care about their own rather the well-being of those around them. The travelers caused death by greed. In fact, they kill each other to obtain more provisions for themselves. The youngest traveler say, “Lord, to think I might have all that treasure to myself alone!”(Pg 149) He intentionally killed his teammates because of his love of money.
My main point is that both of the shows have similar characteristics. My favorite of the two is The Truman Show. I like The Truman Show because , it has a lot of action going on. I also like the story that the movie is telling. Truman had a lot of energy and it always seems like he is always smiling or he has a big grin across his face.
“I done a real bad thing,” knowing he has done something George would be upset about, Lennie runs away to the place George told him to go if he was in trouble. When George finds him, he knows he has to kill him because he didn’t want anyone else to shoot him or let him live miserably in an asylum. Once he’s gone, so is the dream. The irony is the two men worked so hard yet they never accomplished their dream. Once Lennie is killed, the dream is completely over.
Since Cross let Lavender die on his watch and he felt responsible for his death Cross burns all the pictures and letters that Martha sent him. This is his attempt to “burn the blame” but soon Cross realizes that is impossible and that he will always carry that emotional burden of guilt. (259). Cross needs to forget about Martha and make sure he puts his men before some girl. Cross has to carry the weight of all the men in his group just like Christ did.
He ended up getting found and someone named Captain Beatty, told Montag to just burn the house down room by room and escape that way. Captain Beatty kept nagging Montag about why books were so important and why he wanted to have a stack so bad. Montag, getting mad, flips the switch on his flame thrower and ends up burning Beatty. Once Montag was gone from the city, he tried to be a better person and escape the man he used to be. Montag, at the end, does believe he is a better character and believes he is very different than what he used to be.
In this story written by Cicero, he is ridiculing, (rightfully so), and explaining every reason to Catiline why he deserves punishment and negative sanctions. Catiline’s intentions were to destroy Italy and all the people because of a feud that happened between him and Cicero. The feud was that the two of them were running for a consul position, but because Catiline’s intentions were known to everyone, he was banned from running, therefore, he got mad. While ridiculing and explaining to Catiline, Cicero wouldn’t allow him to speak, but then again, what would he have said? How would he respond to: “You need to die!
Stanley is the one who ultimately tears down the fantasy Blanche has built for herself. He is the one who finds out about Blanche’s past affairs and scandalous lifestyle, he is the one who tells everyone, and he is the one to rip the paper lantern off of the light at the end of the play (Williams, 176). By ripping the paper lantern off of the light, Williams is symbolically having Stanley tear down all of Blanche’s illusions. Blanche cannot live in Stanley’s world. While he likes people to be upfront and truthful, Blanche likes to live in a world of delusions.
Fred Eaton and William Mulholland both used lies and a series of trickery and strategies to convince the farmers to give their water to Los Angeles. But, when they found out they 've been lied to, they were outraged. Mulholland had easily taken their water and built a aqueduct, so the ranchers were angry. They were so outraged that they decided to blow up the aqueduct! Once they did, Mulholland was mad and starting being protective over the water he lied
Miss Kinnian had to go away because she knew that people did not treat him fairly, and he didn’t understand that all. Charlie first experiences people making fun of him, now that he has knowledge to understand that. This event must have hurt him deeply, because the very people he trusted and thought were his friends were actually mocking and making fun of him. He feels ashamed because people are using his name as an excuse for making mistakes, and he didn’t want to be known this way. This quote states how people are not used to and are kind of afraid of Charlie, as his newfound intelligence was not the Charlie they knew.
They were seen as juvenile delinquents by society, people who should be feared and were reckless. Everyone thought they were irresponsible and uncaring, hard people. Bob was the best buddy I could have asked for and after his death, I felt hatred and revenge towards all greasers. When I read in the newspaper about how Ponyboy and Johnny saved them kids I was held in awe. I’m not saying socs are good people but it would take a lot of courage and guts to run into a burning building for people you didn’t even know.