Ron Stone, a police drug informant disappeared on January 22nd 1977 only for his body to be found two months later on the banks of River Stanislaus, miles from Sonora. The victim had been working as a drug informant for narcotic detectives. His main duty was to set up Christopher Towler by introducing him to two undercover agents who would arrest him as he tried to sell them cocaine. The set up was successful and Towler was arrested and convicted on charges of selling cocaine. In the course of his trial and before his conviction, Towler had expressed his hatred for snitches and the fact that he believed that they should be killed.
Tim O’Brien states, “Lavender was now dead, and this was something he would have to carry like a stone in his stomach for the rest of the war” (O’Brien 16). In this quote, Tim O’Brien explains that since Jimmy Cross blames himself about Ted Lavender’s death, he will always be in lieutenant’s head. Thus, the lieutenant will always feel the guilt. With this, Tim O’Brien makes the reader think that Jimmy Cross is the person to blame since he is the head of the group and he has to pay more attention to his plans. Having questions about his love, Martha, in his mind instead of being careful about his men is the reason of him feeling guilty that “the lieutenant’s in some deep hurt” (17).
Moose gave Cecil difficult jobs, played cruel prakns on him, and overall, made Cecil's life at the lumber camp miserable. It's odd, how out of all the men at the camp, Moose is the one who died. Moose Maddon was the one who tormented Cecil, whereas the other men learned errors in the ways and stopped, or never bullied him at all.. I think Cecil murdered Moose because Moose had been so inhumanly cruel to him. Cecil was worried for his life, he told Mr. Anderson so on the beach.
The judge then starts to give orders to everyone in an attempt to find Mr. Owen, but after exploring the entire island, he is not to be found. Later during lunch, General Macathur doesn't show up so Vera Claythorne goes looking for him. He is found dead outside near the ocean, from a gunshot to the head. After the party congregates in the living room, the judge concludes that one of the people in the party must be Mr. Owen. The next morning Mr. Rogers is found dead while chopping wood.
Casy is killed at Hooper Ranch by men who overhear him explaining the plan to strike for the amount of money the workers were promised to Tom Joad. Wiggins is killed by gunmen as she is traveling to the union hall in Gastonia to protest low
Readers knew that “those were the people, headed up by Devil Anse, who shot and killed Pa’s brother Harmon” (12) and continued “The War Amongst Us” (12). Tolbert explained to Fanny the McCoy side of the story, which was the only side she ever knew and could tell the reader. Because of Fanny’s influence, readers were given a prejudice against the Hatfields, therefore she demonstrated to be
Bobbie Carter, the doctor tending to the man, said that his wound "look[ed] like a maul" rather than the explanation that was given (Crichton). This causes readers to query if the man's fatal injuries were actually brought about by a construction accident. Im another part of the book, a girl named Tina Bowman discovers a new species of "lizard". Her point of view ends with the lizard "scrambl[ing] up her arm, towards her face" (Crichton). The cliffhanger creates suspense for the reader, because what occurs next is unknown.
In The Scarlett and the Black, Colonel Kappler was in charge of occupying Rome during World War II. He was a very complicated character with two totally different sides to him. His words display this contrast between his need for control and intense love of his family. One of the Colonel's first statements was "My duty is to maintain order in the streets, discourage resistance, and round up escaped prisoners.". This was in response to Pope Pius XII's inquiry about the Nazis caring about safety.
She fears being "normal" since she has mistaken commonness for physical modesty, and has mistaken physical conventionality for having no personality. Colonel Fitts butchers Lester since he has revealed his genuine self to him, and can 't bear some bit of himself - a segment that he has always endeavoured to keep concealed - has been revealed. In killing Lester, the Colonel protects a character that he can live with, yet a false