On Geralds’s 9th birthday, Gerald’s mom came to the house with a sister for Gerald, but he doesn’t want to see neither of the two. Throughout the book, Gerald get beat and abused by Jordan. In the end, Gerald hurries to his burning house and finds, Jordan on Angel. Gerald saved Angel because he tripped over Jordan’s body. Forged by Fire has many symbols thought this book.
Numerous stories wouldn’t be as good without the minor characters in it. Minor characters can add to the conflict of the book. They also help to develop the main character’s. Specifically Rufus’s mom played a role in how Rufus grew up to be. Rufus’s mom was a greedy and nervous woman at the same time.
Lee shows this in many ways and one of those ways was with Boo Radley. “Boo Radley was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judging from his tracks, he dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch, that’s why his hands were bloodstained” (16). Even though they had never met or seen Boo, the children have heard many rumours about him from neighbours which shows that they have cast him out of their society. In the first few chapters, Scout is afraid of Boo Radley because of the stories she hears about him. “Every night sound I heard from my cot on the back porch was magnified three fold, every scratch of feet on gravel was Boo Radley seeking revenge, every passing Negro laughing in the night was Boo Radley loose and after us” (74).
Hale as she is seeing first-hand what has become of the once vibrant Minnie Foster. It is interesting Mrs. Hale keeps referring to Mrs. Wright by her name before she married Mr. Wright. The author does this to reinforce the differences in the kind of person Minnie Foster was and the kind of person Mrs. Wright is. Mrs. Peters is also seeing and feeling how sad and lonesome life has been for Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Hale regrets not being a better friend and is beginning to feel some culpability for the murder of Mr. Wright.
Maycomb’s community endure many remonstrations surrounding one major event, the trial. Numerous situations help Scout and Jem “come of age” that help them see the racism, immorality, and inequality in their community. In a child’s mind, racism may not be clear to the eye at first. Throughout the novel Scout and Jem encounter situations of witnessing racism from the people
When they set up to camp a kid named Brian starts picking on James. He makes him wear a dress ,puts mud all over him, and dares him to go back to camp looking like that saying he is the monster. Their counselor disappears while he walks down the trail talking on the phone with his girlfriend leaving the kids all alone. The monster comes out and eats all the kids except one. James Lorbick was the one kid who was safe and had the chance to get away from the monster in Bungalow 4.
It ain’t time to worry yet.” Realizing that the fire had spread to the finches house Boo felt guilt flood his entire body. Trying to do something to ease his guilt in any way Boo grabbed a brown blanket, went out the back of his house, and made his way to the front making sure not be seen. He then placed the blanket on scouts shoulders knowing that the cold air was getting to her and then went quickly back into his house. Boo got no sleep that night the guilt kept him wide awake and it would never leave
Scarlet Letter Analysis Nathaniel Hawthorne’s book, The Scarlet Letter, was published in 1850 and has become one of the most famous books in literature history. The Scarlet Letter starts when a young woman who committed adultery is being shamed by the town, her punishment -- to were a bright red “A” and the bosom of all of her shirts, for the rest of her life. Throughout the book Hester becomes stronger, this is due to the fact that the town as shamed her. Pathetic Fallacy reflects the idea that we need society to guide us and while nature makes us feel good, it is useless and can’t guide us to make good decisions. Nature reflects the way a person feels, but can’t give them any guidance.
Thalia's tree (the magic tree) protects the camp but since it is hurt the camp is under constant attack from all kinds of monsters. When Percy gets to the Camp he realizes Tyson is not a big silly kid, but a cyclops and also the son of Poseidon, so this means he is percys half brother. Percy and other peopl are told
But towards the end, Boo reemerges as hero that saves Jem and Scout. It was Boo Radley that stabbed Bob Ewell and protected the children from Bob 's murderous intents. From that point on, Scout and Jem realized Boo is actually not the monster they thought he was, like how I thought about Mr. Cash before really knowing him well. To Kill a Mockingbird is a great novel that explores many important themes. Scout, Jem, and Dill 's assumptions about Boo Radley related to my own experience of don 't assume someone before knowing them.