As a movie, the value of brotherhood is magnified, as a unit of eight men set out to find James so that their mother will still have him. In the end, Private Ryan is spared, in the midst of death of his dear friends. Spielberg portrays Saving Private Ryan in a way that intensifies World War II and leaves no room for fantasy. One way Spielberg portrays intensifies World War II is by production. A couple minutes into the film, there is intense footage of D-Day that feels realistic.
The green light at the end of Daisy and Tom’s boat dock which was just to warn boats but to Gatsby that was representing his love for Daisy and hoping to be together one day before he went to war. The American dream through the book was dark but also happy with the the eyes of the doctor and the green light of love playing a big role. The way the American dream was portrayed in the book seems horrible, going down hill in every chapter. Nick the narrator of the book moves to New York to learn bonds and to see his cousin Daisy. That night after seeing Daisy and Tom the husband of Daisy, he sees a handsome man on his next door neighbors dock which he is Nick’s neighbor reaching towards the green light that is across the lake on a dock.
They just built boats and went on with the journey. Everyone helped and everyone shared their skills. Salva helped carries reeds and some people knew how to build boats so they built boats. If they didn’t have persistence, they would have stopped at the Nile river and given up but hey didn’t because Salva and group had persistence. The quote that shows that Salva shows persistence and helped his survive come from page 67 of the book, it reads, “The way they were treating him made Salva feel stronger still.
Jay Gatsby is seen wearing multi colored dresses at different occasions which made him look different than other people like tom who has old money. Though Gatsby clothes are a sign of wealth but it has no class according to tom. ‘An Oxford man!’ He was incredulous. ‘Like hell he
Hinton’s novel, is about a boy named Ponyboy, which is on the greaser side. There are two main gangs of people. One is greaser and another is Socs. They are enemy, which the greaser find out that they are kind of an outsider. Socs are the insider, everything socs does, everyone agree because they are rich and they are socs.
The Lost Pole My step father Ed has been a very powerful influence in my life. He has and always will be a role model in my life and a goal to strive for. Ed has done many things to help mold me into the man I am today but I will never forget the oldest memory I have of him. When I was young after my dad had committed suicide Ed did something I really needed he brought me fishing for the first time on his boat. That day I learned a life lesson I will never forget.
There are two stories I will be comparing and contrasting. The first story is called “Two Friends” by Guy De Maupassant. The other story is called “The Interlopers” by Saki. The first element I will be contrasting from the two stories is the character. In the story the “Two Friends” the two friends were really great friends and they would go fishing together every Sunday.
The first thing is that although they both have a lot of money, they didn’t get it the same way. Tom was born in a rich family, he inherrited al his money, he didn’t work for it. Gatsby was born in a poor family, all his money he earned by working for it, although it wasn’t in a legal way, he earned his money by bootlegging, wich is illegal. Another difference is that even though it seems both of them doesn’t care too much about others Gatsby is much carefuller than Tom. Gatsby loves Daisy and will do a lot to get her, even though that means using Nick for it, but he does try not to heart Nick’s feelings.
Some experts say that the Barnum family was meager in status and in wealth (McGill). Mr. Barnum himself liked to brag about his rags-to-riches story. Other experts have put forward the statement that P.T. Barnum’s father was more of a wealthy merchant, and the “rags” part of the story doesn’t quite hold up (Curry). Phineas Taylor Barnum was named after his prankster grandfather, Phineas Taylor.
Later one of the brothers, Salim grows up to become a rich person as he joins crime lord Javed, while Jamal still works as tea server. Despite lack of proper status or job, such crime lords are extremely powerful and live in a lot of luxury as they resort to illegal means of acquiring wealth. Generally poor and backward people such as Salim, resort to deviant behavior by joining such people as they have no access to resources and opportunities and they want to improve their living conditions. Though caste based discrimination is not a dominant form of stratification in India any longer, the class system is an evident form of stratification in India. When Jamal participates in the show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"