The narrator was disappointed and upset because his brother was different, the narrator wanted a normal brother; however, throughout the short story the narrator’s negative attitude starts to change. In the beginning of the The Scarlet Ibis, the narrator is upset that his brother is abnormal; also, the narrator feels embarrassed. The narrator stated “It was bad enough having an invalid brother, but having one who possibly was not all there was unbearable, so I began to make plans to kill him by smothering him with a pillow” (Hurst 485). This quotation shows the narrator’s disappointment and cruelty towards his brother. The narrator is very cruel because he is willing to kill his brother because he is disabled.
For example, John Proctor was willing to sacrifice his good name to protect his wife. He is a husband and a father, although he made mistakes, his family is very dear. He is a person who stores moral convictions and only cares for the safety of his family and individual welfare. In addition, John Proctor's decision to tell the court about his business ironically shows his kindness. He no longer continued his relationship with Abigail, who privately terminated his sins.
Billy will also feel a very different emotion, such as pride when his respected elders think him a good man. Billy Buck was a man who was trustworthy and proud. Billy was an amazing man with horses. He knew how to help a horse, and it almost always worked. “Billy looked away.
Erik, Paul’s brother, made choices that greatly affected Paul and his way of thinking. Big choices that affected Paul was Erik picking on Paul’s friends and killing one of his friends. He also damaged Paul’s eyes so bad that Paul had to wear special goggles. Erik doesn’t realize that his choices doesn’t have effects just for him. It affects other people like Paul too.
This proved to be the worst precedent that Jackson set. Andrew Jackson was a bad president because he only cared about what he liked and disliked. He disliked the Natives not moving so he moved them by force and in the process killed many. He did not like what the National Bank represented so he destroyed it thereby sending the country into a depression. He liked putting his friends in power so he did even if they were out of touch with the common man.
It puts so much pressure on Doodle that it made him give up. It's the narrators fault for the following reasons: he was selfish, he was embarrassed of him, and he pressured him. The narrator was being selfish as he admitted that he did it for himself because he was ashamed of Doodle being crippled. Doodle looks up to his brother and would do anything for his approval. The narrator knows that his brother's heart is weak, forces Doodle
For example, in the book “The Outsiders” Ponyboy was born being a greaser which had him at a disadvantage already; furthermore, he had obstacles coming his way because of the socs. Consequently, the socs were guys who would beat up greasers for the fun of it, and since Ponyboy was a greaser he had much to worry about. This affected him to an excessive amount, for his life would change much after getting into a fight with one where a soc ended up dead. As a result, Ponyboy had many obstacles which cause him an abnormal amount of pain, Johnny’s death, Dally’s death, being a greaser; however, he didn’t let this stop him. As you can see, Ponyboy who was born into such a horrible life didn’t let that stop him from changing into someone who could be
George a small town smart guy is taking care of mentally handicapped named Lenny that gets mixed up in a mess with Curley’s wife who’s a tart and has bad intentions. Curley’s wife is a responsible for her death she is provoking the men, she seeks attention, and she always puts herself in bad situations. One of the reasons she’s responsible for her death is because she is an attention seeker. If she had not of wanted attention and went in the barn then there would be a chance where that would not have happened to her. She wouldn’t have gone
Another characteristic of a tragedy is the use of violence and death. Once again, both play’s use this in entirely different ways. In “Death of a Salesman” it is shown that Willy and his family have tremendous family issues because of Willy’s fatal flaw of illusion. Most of the play consists of arguments, sobbing and pleading because of Willy’s ignorance of the true values of life. Especially when Willy becomes violent when things do not go his way.
Theodore Laurence also acted impulsively when he embarrassed Margaret March because he got irritated from Josephine for not telling him a secret. Mr. Laurence, Theodore 's grandfather, showed that he regretted not having a good relationship with his son and how he wished that things were different. Sometimes people deserve to be punished because of their irritating actions, but in the end, it is often a possibility that holding a grudge can often worsen the situation. Losing a loved one is hard, especially if things were left on a bad note. Mr. Laurence, Theodore 's grandfather, showed that he regretted not having a good relationship with his son and how he wished that things were different.
The deadly rivalry was on both sides after all” (54). Gene begins to take all of Finny’s actions as deliberate sabotages because his envy was controlling him. Gene seemed like a weak character because of his jealousy. It made him seem like he wasn’t as good as Finny or that he was lacking personality or talent. Once the realization came to Gene that Finny indeed did not feel anything but love for him, everything changed.
Chapter four in my opinion was one of the more sad ones. The dogs had all been beaten down and most were killed. The men that owned Buck died. And Buck and his team were sold to some stuck up rich people who didn 't have a care in the world for them. I didn 't like this chapter I would change a lot of thing in this chapter of Call of the Wild.