Was the narrator responsible for Doodle’s death? Yes the narrator was responsible for Doodle’s death. His one and only brother, as the binning he wanted him to die, he was a cruel brother to Doodle. Doodle wouldn 't have died if the narrator would have not left him places, threaten to do things to Doodle since he could not walk, and try to give discipline to him that was actual child cruelty. What the narrator did proved to be for his own selfish ways, and did not think about Doodle’s feelings in these situations.
The main conflict is person vs person. The priests and teachers at the school did not let Charlie have freedom, because of that Charlie went against the rules. He risked his life to do what he enjoys. Eventually he died doing what we finally wanted to do, go outside.
Although, many people criticized chris for not informing his parents of his plan, but it is understandable why he didn't. His parents wouldn't have allowed him to go on a perilous journey, but even if they had they would have made him take the material essentials, which he was trying to get away from. Chris believed that his parents needed further economic achievement because that caused a rift between them. “I have always been unsatisfied with life as people live it. Always I want to live more intensely and richly,”(Krakauer).
The boys share a lot of things in common such as thera sense of adventure. Until the end of the book Huck is seen as a no good rat of the tone a troublemaker that the moms would tell their kids to stay away from. Tom was a troublemaker too but was not treated in the same was as he lived with his aunt. Tom and Huck are about the age, but Huck has no guardians to take care of him so he has to take care of himself better than Tom even though they both did alright on the island.
If Victor or someone had taught the creature the right way maybe he would have been purely good but without any guidance or someone showing him the way the creature became lost and followed a dark path that he thought was right. In conclusion, the creature is morally ambiguous because of his reasons behind the murders he committed and the lack of education he had may have led to that. The creature’s character shows how education can affect the way someone grows up such as becoming a killer because no one is there to teach you how wrong murder is and that there are other ways to deal with
Ender, the potential leader, is put through seclusion at Battle School because the officers decide that they need to “isolate him enough that he remains creative”(Card 58).He is shown later on in the book to get very creative after being isolated because he is often alone and has so much time to himself. This creativity stems from the games he plays and the analyzation he does while alone which is why he has become so successful. The solitude does get to his head, though, which starts to frustrate him and this starts up issues with his teachers and his emotions. Ender’s isolation is beneficial in many ways, however, such as the hero always adapting to new people and settings, and finding new solutions to situations. Also, it does not let him make many friends which actually keeps him from being tainted or influenced by too many students.
They feel uncomfortable in their daily lives going to the town school. A quote from Tommy in the first chapter of the book says, “Another thing we never told them is how we always felt, like we just weren’t good enough to mix with the white kids.” His dad telling him before his first school year started that the kids would treat them poorly, make fun of them for how they dressed and how they looked but this warning could not help what they were going
I’d like to start off with a book, titled “Better Days” written by Craig Lewis. “Better Days” is a story about a teenager named Tom, who was brutally abused and mistreated by his parents. One day he realized that life was about happiness, opportunities, and hope, so he decided to stand up to his parents ( the reason for his unhappiness). Unfortunately, his iniquitous parents did not agree with him and continued to abuse him. Fragile and impotent, Tom always had hope because he knew there will be better days to look forward to.
In Jacob’s situation, many children go through rough patches in their lives, whether it must deal with status, money, behavior, or peer pressure. Many theorists came up with ways to explain or comfort people with the issues that go on with the youth, but into Jacobs situation, he came from a lower class with good home circumstances but once he got into school. He didn’t like school, he lacked the drive to do good in school plus with trying to fit in with kids of higher status than him, which made him make tough decisions because he wanted to fit in by stealing a leather jacket. Which didn’t work out as the plan he got caught and now is labeled to an outcast from any stores and at school he is shunned from society due to his poor choices. In
It could mean the difference between having a low self of esteem and confidence and being able to manage anything the world might throw at them. During my eleven-and-a-half years in school, I have heard classmates and friends say that they dislike school and how some of the lessons taught is not going to help them life; they had an uncaring attitude. I always had a hard time understanding why they would say, why did not care, or want to take advantage of the education they are receiving. I do not want the students in my community to have the same mindset as my friends and classmates. Instead, my desire for them is to be grateful and thankful for their learning, to develop a mindset of appreciation for their
In the event that Chris would have forgiven them, he likely would 've came back home. At the end of the film, when he is dying slowly, Chris realizes that “Happiness is only real when shared.” (Into the Wild). This is the most important quote of the movie because his entire journey was to find his happiness and discover himself. Looking back from the beginning of the trip when he meets many interesting strangers who helped him to friends he made along the way.
I read “Middle school: Mmy Bbrother is a Bbig Ffat Lliar” by James Patterson. The book mainly talks about what the title explains. On how having a brother that continuously lies on you and one who is consantly annoying you in any and everything you do. You would think since he’s older he would act more mature than what he does,but he doesn’t. At times it does show where they aren’t trying to cut each others heads off but them actually getting along, which is barely ever.
While this novel does have profanity and sexual references, it still deserves to be taught in high school because Holden shows how having a negative attitude towards life does not get a person far. In the beginning of the novel Holden tells the reader that "[Pencey] kick[s] [him] out [of their school]" (6) because he "was [failing] four subjects and not applying [himself]" (6). However, he does not just notify the reader, he notifies them in a way of forgetting to mention that he is no longer going to be attending Pencey. Holden passes this off as some minor detail when in reality it is not just a minor detail. Later on, Holden reveals to the reader that this is not the first school where he has gotten expelled.
Troy’s Father’s importance and impact on him become evident as soon as Troy’s childhood is known. Despite the hate Troy felt towards his father he ended up very similar to him. Troy’s father didn’t love or even care about his children, but
He even helps me with many things, like problems at school or just protecting me when something is going on. Yet, his childhood wasn 't all that great, as he struggled. Back then, before I was born and dad was a child, he was an introvert, and that was the biggest mistake of his life, as he did not go outside. Like I said, he was like me.