He had to raise/earn $50 (which is $500 today). One day Billy was in the woods and found scarps of a fisherman that he had left behind. Billy most importantly found a sports magazine. In the magazine he found a coupon to get his dogs. Billy traveled a long way barefoot to go and get his dogs once he got the money.
After living his whole life free and unrestrained by anyone or anything, he found himself confined and threatened in a way he could never have imagined” (55). Stevenson could have said this in many ways. One being, “Walter told me those week had left him devastated and he found himself confined in ways he could never have imagined.” However, he decided to write it in a way where readers could insert themselves into the situation and feel for his client. Stevenson’s use of pathos is overall effective and helps him to prove his points about the injustice justice
The story “The Monsters” is about how a meat eater or something crashed and then all of their power,cars,phones,and lawn mowers quit working,and starting. The movie “The Andy Griffith Show” is about how a new guy came into town and it’s like that place was his home town but it wasn’t .He knew everyone’s name,and job ,and some people were getting kind of scared-worried that he was sent over to spy but he wasn’t he just got the paper from there and started to read it and knew everybody and just wondered what they looked like. How the stories and books and compared and contrasted. Some keywords I look for to say are about,how,who,what,when,and where. In both stories-movies they are alike because they both have something that scares-worries them.
Davy Crockett had eight siblings that he had to live with. It was very noisy in his house with 8 siblings. Davy Crockett was son to a farmer and land speculator and was very poor.For a while he lived in the Crockett Tavern which was the only way they got money. One of Crockett's chores at the crockett tavern was to hunt game for dinner. With this job he became a very skilled hunter and tracker after a long time in business.
Candy explains how he is aging and disabled, therefore there isn 't going to be work left for him after the ranch work of Soledad is complete so he makes a deal with George and Lennie. Candy clarifies, “they give me two hundred an ' fifty dollars… an ' I got fifty more saved up… tha 's three hundred, and I got fifty more comin ' the end a the month” (29). Therefore, in total Candy offers to award Lennie and George a total of three hundred fifty dollars for the ranch in conjunction with a promise to tend the chickens and hoe the garden as long as he has a secure job and home on the farm. George tells the men that together, he and Lennie have ten dollars, but at the end of the month will have earned one hundred making the total four hundred fifty dollars. All of the sudden the men look at each other and realize, “This thing they had never really believed in was coming true”(29).
Due to the dust bowl the Hokies went to California and took jobs. People even made their own little town called Hooverville. It was a town for homeless people To Kill A Mockingbird is a book where a dad is due to defend a black person and he teaches his children not be racist or judge other people on how they act or on what they do or look like. The dust bowl destroyed a lot of things and it cause a lot of people to have nothing. Like in the book, Mr.Cunningham did not have any money to pay people so he had to use his own food he
In the story this novel, danny is an only child And his Mother died when the danny was four months. And danny only was accompanied by his father in the village. In this novel, father danny enjoys telling a dongen before sleep for danny and also took care of danny. But from all that, the most exciting stories is when Danny followed his Father to save the birds that will be pursued by Mr. Hazzel. At first, Danny’s dad mostly likes to catch pheasants in the nearby woods, which is owned by Mr. Hazzel, a rich neighbor.
The story “The Volunteer” by David Caldwell made in 2016, from Readworks is about a guy named James who had required to take 50 hours of community service. From that point he had searched for jobs for community service. He had found a job in which he had gardened. On his first day James was gardening he had came across an earthworm in which he had killed on accident. Earlier that day he had hearing voices in his head, James had thought that he was going insane because he was under the sun the whole entire day, but he wasn’t I was a leprechaun named Robert.
So we decided to ask Jackson Broshears. We asked him what he thought about these camps. His response was “Since the day I was born..I never saw much misery” He was extremely thin when we were asking him questions about these camps..he told us “They feed us like we're animals” He was very shy when talking about this and he didn't have words for how bad it was...he told us “I was scared to go to these prison camps but I never imagined so much horror.” So we decided to ask someone else who may tell us more facts about the camp. So we asked William Smith a couple questions. We asked him was it cold, hot, okay?
Incident at Stringy Bark Creek My squad of policemen, who were feeling brave and were not so sober, left their humble town to find the Kelly gang. We were sent out to search for the Kelly’s for a whole week. On the first day of our very exhausting journey, we set up camp by the river of Stringy Bark Creek, where it was McIntyre's job to cook for the group of men. He headed out deciding he would kill some parrots or even a kangaroo so the men could dine on fresh meat for dinner that night. Little did we know that the Kelly's had assembled their camp just two kilometres away from us at Stringy Bark Creek.