When they get to the zoo they, find out Bobo is not eating and doing well. When they return to Mr. Pignati’s home, John and Lorraine cheer him up. The trio eats chocolate-covered ants and plays tag on roller skates that Mr. Pignati bought them. Further along, they were skating around when Mr. Pignati was chasing John up the steps when suddenly he falls down the steps and has a heart attack. John and Lorraine were in a predicament but eventually, call 911.
Pignati falls from a heart attack amidst chasing after John. He is taken to the hospital and John and Lorraine pose as his children in order to visit him. While he is at the hospital, the high schoolers maintain his house, and decide to a throw a small party there the day before he is supposed to return. However, the small party becomes a large one when people that were not invited begin showing up, and the house is wrecked. Mr. Pignati’s pig collection, a memory of Conchetta, has been destroyed and her dresses ripped apart.
He steals the woman’s ring and the man’s watch. His parents take the ring and watch from Jared and then leave him to buy more drugs. As they do, Jared ventures off to the plane for the final time where he believes he is ascending above the clouds in the plane. Due to the actions of his parents and how life around him play out, Jared does anything to escape his life through the imaginary projections of his make-believe world that he puts himself in the same danger as his parents. Jared feels like his real life is too painful to live in which gives him the cause to try to escape to the woods/plane so he can be in his make-believe world.
He tries to take the burden off and play normal games that a six year old would, but his innocent toys do not satisfy him like stealing does. He threw his frisbee and it flew away from him like "the shadow of an angel fleeing bad deeds." Finally, the author returns to his home and escapes the hot summer day to underneath his house to cool down. He stuck his ear to a pipe and heard heavenly ghosts speaking to him and advising him. Soto then comes from under the house, "crawled back to the light," and comes to the realization that his life has changed forever.
The short story “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” by Gabriel García Márquez is about a family in Rome who is visited by an Angel in the middle of a stormy night. Pelayo and Elisenda, parents of a newborn child that has become very ill, find that the next morning after finding the Angel their child’s illness has vanished. Not knowing what to do with the Angel, they shove him in their chicken coop, charging every villager who wants to see the mythical creature five cents. The human perception of the supernatural in life can be confused with not knowing how to deal with the unexplained. Often throughout the story Father Gonzaga does not refer to the angel as an angel, and that all starts from their first encounter, “he noticed that seen close up he was much too human: he had an unbearable smell of the outdoors, the
In “Forged by Fire” by Sharon M. Draper, Gerald, the main character in the story, grows into a brave man. In the beginning, Gerald starts a fire in his mom’s apartment. Gerald gets scared from the flames, sounds, and heat that he goes behind the couch to hide from the fire. After the fire, Gerald lives with his aunt. On Geralds’s 9th birthday, Gerald’s mom came to the house with a sister for Gerald, but he doesn’t want to see neither of the two.
Dining hall B. Assembly hall C. Basement D. Brinker’s dorm 22.____ What causes Finny to rush away from the questionings of his accident? He doesn’t care what happened B. everyone was yelling C. he had class 23.____ What happens to Finny when he’s running away? Gets caught by a teacher B. Leper brings him back C. He falls down the stairs 24.____ Where does Gene fall asleep that night? Dining hall B.
In Franz Kafka's classic drama novella The Metamorphosis, Gregor is a hard working traveling salesman with little to none social life when he wakes up one morning to find that he has been transformed into a cockroach. Gregor is vary calm at his unfortunate predicament unlike his family who freaks out and nearly kills him the first morning of his transformation. Throughout the story Gregor is always vary calm while everyone around him loses composure. Towards the end Grete says “We have to get rid of it”(47 Kafka) after gregor hears this he is left will no will to live and starves himself to death. Kafka creatively uses several different symbols to create a “more than meets the eye” feel with his story.
His father wakes up and when he finds Blacky in the shed he is extremely angry. Blacky’s siblings are woken by the sound of their father yelling at Blacky and come out to see what is going on. When asked to put back the paint by his father, Blacky replies with “I can’t” and tries to walk passed him but is stopped when he is hit by his dad. All of a sudden the car starts rolling down the driveway and Blacky’s father starts running after it and then collides with a pole and is knocked unconscious. He is put into bed and Blacky and his siblings decide to go down to the jetty to cover up the graffiti.
“The way that man called him ‘boy’ all the time and sneered at him, an’ looked around the jury every time he answered-” (Lee 226). In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Aunt Alexandra figures out the kids are missing. Atticus and Aunt Alexandra figure out they 've been in the balcony of the courtroom all afternoon. Atticus sends them home, but agrees to let them come home after dinner. Aunt Alexandra was angry when she hears where the kids have been.