Darrel, or Darry has always wanted to become something amazing in life, but sadly when his parents died in a fatal car crash, he was left to raise his two younger brothers, Sodapop, and Ponyboy. More specifically, Darrel chooses his gang over his potential future to care for his friends but sadly, “. . . Darry has never really gotten over not going to college” (Hinton 109). Basically, anybody would choose to finish a career over a more strenuous life of arduous occupations. Of course, Darry would have chosen college over two jobs, but because of his compassion towards the gang, he would choose them over anything.
If someone is doing something wrong the Hound will attack violently. When someone dies they are brought to the incinerator and everyone seems like nothing happened. This is a warning because in the future violence could be over used and part of life, but no one would notice because violent actions would be used everyday. Secondly, in Fahrenheit 451 violence is amusing to their society. The government wants to put on a good show for everyone to enjoy.
By looking back on his past makes Scrooge realize why he truly hates Christmas time. It is because his lover, Belle, left him for money. This ironically parallels Scrooge’s future with love ones. He pushes others away and even holds back money from his own family. The Ghost of Christmas Present just makes Scrooge worse, by showing that his actions are slowly killing Bob Cratchit and the rest of his family.
Later when Victor is told by his monster that he would leave to South America if Victor makes a second creation, he agrees until he selfishly destroys the second creation. “You have destroyed the work which you began... Do you dare to break your promise?” (181). Victor knew the consequences.
An Irony is evident in the eighth chapter of The Great Gatsby, due to the unexpected situation, when Wilson kills Gatsby; this episode is Ironic because of multiple reasons; At first readers should have expected instead for Tom to kill him due to the fact that Gatsby was having an affair with Daisy. On the other hand Wilson thinks when he kills Gatsby that he is avenging his wife 's deaths but that 's simply a misunderstanding and finally the murderer is the only character who seems to care about conventional morality and rules of socially acceptable behavior. In chapter eight Gatsby states that: "He couldn 't possibly leave Daisy until he knew what she was going to do. He was clutching at some last hope and I couldn 't bear to shake him free" (155). Through this quote it is evident the deep affection and love.
In the last chapter George knew that Lennie’s life was coming to an end after Lennie had accidently killed Curley’s wife. George would never be able to live with himself if he watched another man kill Lennie just like Candy regretted the fact that he was not the one who had killed his dog. Candy became emotional that he left his dog in the hands of another man in the final minutes of his dog’s life. There was only one thing George could do. “He pulled the trigger.
They showed no sympathy for him, despite Boxer’s blind loyalty and him being the best worker of the farm. Reduced rations, working with an injury and ultimately dying in the end demonstrates the conditions Boxer had to go through just because of the simple reason of not standing up for himself. Boxer lets his pride takeover, leading him to disregard his own well-being. Boxer’s journey through out the story shows how if one does not stand up for oneself, others will exploit them and use them for beneficial
“Is it true that you left your entire fortune on a roulette table in Monte Carlo?” A news reporter asked him as he and his family got of the boat. “Who would believe we’d sunk this low? [meaning being escorted around by circus freaks and Christine having to sing to get by, to make up for his mistakes], never you mind the debts we owe” He told his wife later on in the film. While he is at the bar he ponders over the question “Why does she [Christine] love me?”
He knows that the school doesn’t want him to be there anymore, his roommate almost beat him unconscious, and his parents will only be disappointed when they know that he has been expelled from yet another school. For Holden, it seems like there is no one else to turn to, except his younger sister Phoebe who he can’t see unless he goes home. Teenagers all across America feel this same sort of detachment from the rest of society. Only one thing going wrong could cause the rest of our worlds to collapse. Holden ended up trying to live on the streets when he ran out of money, and as the story progressed, he dug himself into a larger hole of loneliness.
I’d have that on my conscience the rest of my life if I knew all that stuff and let my best friend get caught ” Stanley is a self centred , even with his wife and friends. This quotation shows that he told Mitch about Blanche’s past in to stop him from marrying her. This suggests that Stanley does not care about Mitch and his feelings, but focuses only on one thing: to get rid of Blanche. So Stanley told her in order for Mitch to think again about marrying her and wrecking their relationship which makes Blanche’s life less desirable as she will lose the only person she had much more in common
Law 21 clearly states that if a thief has stolen property, he shall be put to death and hanged at the scene(Doc D). While others may say this is fair and that he deserves it, this law does not demarcate between official documents or a toy. Many of our youth have played harmless tricks on their peers and if they 're caught, even if it’s a dare, they shall die a painful and torturous death. This removes one man from society and it lowers the moral of the city and in turn, Babylonian, crippling it.
Author Wes ' father died when he was three. His dad was always there for him though and had his back even though it was only three short years. When he lost his father he was too young to understand. Joy now has to work all the time juggling a bunch of different jobs just to get Author Wes into a good school. It impacts him because he doesn 't have a father figure to talk to and learn from.
Mike told his wife, "It 's hard to think that I am going to be here for thirteen years now." In conclusion, Mike should not go to jail because he became a good man, and now has a wife and kids he needs to take care of. His business would also be no more because he would not be able to run it, and it 's the state 's fault for not booking Mike
One day Huck discovers that his father, Pap Finn, has returned to town. Because Pap has a history of violence and drunkenness, Huck is worried about Pap 's intentions, especially toward his invested money. When his dad confronted him, he told him to quiet school and stop trying to make himself something that he is not. Even though Pap Finn told Huck to quiet he still went to make his dad mad. Pap Finn kidnaps Huck and takes him across Mississippi river to a small cabin.
In this story, I wonder if the kids will meet Boo Radley. I predict that the children will not meet Boo because they are frightened of him. First, I predict he will not meet the kids because he was in a gang. The gang got him thrown in jail, but was taken away by his dad to lock him up longer.