Stanley discovers the truth and reverses the curse on his family a millionaire. At the beginning of the novel, Stanley is a unlucky, overweight teenage with no friends who needs to stick up for himself, when bullied barbarously by Derrick Dune, who throws his books down the toilet ; even though he is a really big kid for his age. The quote that supports my point is "Back at school, a bully named Derrick Dune used to torment Stanley. The teachers never took Stanley 's complaints seriously, because Derrick was so much smaller than Stanley." The quote emphasizes that Stanley is a
Because his efforts allow him to maintain his place in the cockroach Ryu he grows in confidence, strength and determination. The fact that he couldn’t get into dragon Ryu because of his disability no longer worries him. He has grown in maturity so he is past caring. P.12 “even my father’s old school dragon Ryu would not take me”. His sensei realized Niya’s potential so he says p.30 “I will help you because not creature is so great it stands alone.
It warmed my heart reading about how Stanley’s relationship with Zero was so strong that he risks his own life by hijacking Mr. Sir’s truck and briskly setting off to find Zero. Stanley’s expectations weren’t high considering that Zero had been away for days without food, water, or shelter, but when he overheard the Warden and Mr. Sir over talking about how they were going to delete all of Zero’s files and act like he never existed, he knew he made the right choice. Near the end of the book, my feelings about the lines above were reassured to be true when Stanley was officially released back to his lawyer and before leaving he said, “‘I can’t leave Hector.’” (Sachar 219). This caused Ms. Morengo, Stanley’s lawyer, to demand Zero’s files but then discovering that Camp Green Lake was a fraud, forcing it to be shut
Towards the end of the novel, Stanley becomes more fortunate. Sachar proves this by saying, “After legal fees and taxes, Stanley and Zero each receives less than a million dollars” (Sachar 230). Due to what Sachar provides from the book, readers contain a vivid explanation how Stanley went from a poor boy to more rich. Comparing Stanley to when he first arrives at Camp Green Lake to how Stanley’s strength changes when he hurries out of Camp Green Lake. Sachar shows the reader how much more stronger Stanley is by saying, “He scooped out some dirt and tossed it to the side” (Sachar 219).
In many ways I can describe why I think Odysseus’ journey is more important than reaching his home land. Not only did Odysseus learn that life isn't only about richness and glory, but also that every poor action must have a consequence. At first Odysseus was not grateful with what he had, a ruined lord he was, yet when he at last reached his home, he got happy for all the little things. It took 20 years for odysseus to finally become a great lord, losing his god-like figure.
It was a sad moment, Mike had just lost his Grandpa Zachary on his father 's side of Family. Prior, to his death he had heard of the off all his wild, crazy adventures . His was Grandpa was very astute and could face through many challenges like the time he had hike with his younger brother even though he wasn 't good at it at all but, they had won by both working industriously and putting their brains together.His Grandpa had also told him that he was vulnerable at first but after time to time he had become a great man out there ready to face the dangers of the world. Furthermore, into his times he been such an authentic man and never lied to anyone, he had also been so impartial with everyone and made sure nobody felt he was unfair. Nevertheless, one thing Mike liked about his Grandpa the best, was that he had great delicacy for food, so whenever Mike was starving his Grandpa would serve up some his delicious Spaghetti and Meatballs, Zach would just devour it up.
However, weeks go by and Stanley is able to dig his holes. In addition, he realises that working hard outside has put him in shape and he wishes that all the kids’ that bullied him because of his weight, could see he was no longer overweight. Stanley makes new “friends” at the camp and everything is going much better than he expected. One day, one of his closest friends at camp, Zero is humiliated by one of the guards. Zero hits the guard with a shovel and runs away.
Grodie lives in the shadow of his deceased older brother (the only person who supported Gordie and his aspirations), he is invisible to his own mother, and his dad is always judging him. Chris is bullied by his brother and beaten by his father. Vern is bullied by his brother and somewhat overlooked by his friends. Teddy’s father is known as crazy by everyone and he is constantly judged by those who know his parents. Through all this, the boys are still able to function as a group of kids who are just looking for a place to fit in with one another.
In his dream his grandfather makes him open up an envelope that has a state seal on it. He reads it out loud and the short message that was engraved in gold said "To Whom It May Concern, Keep This Nigger-Boy Running". In other words, the narrator is always going to be on the run, no matter how hard he tries to fit into the white-world. Although, he received a scholarship afterwards it didn 't mean that he would change the way a white person would view him. It was just a form to deceive him into thinking that he does fit in, but in reality all he is doing is comforting into what the white people want of him without noticing
He didn’t fit in the society as well as his brothers, which made him strongly disliked. He stood out in the crowd which showed that he was extremely different and Anthem didn’t like different. One thing that made him stand out was that he was built differently than his brothers. “Ever have the teachers and the Leaders pointed to us and frowned and said ‘There is evil in your bones, Equality 7-2521, for your body has grown beyond the bodies of your brothers.” (Rand 18). Equality was also highly intelligent, smarter than his brothers, and he had potential to be an amazing member of the city, but he was never given the chance to be great.