Then, he proceeded to create his unfortunate “death” scene. He beat down the door to the cabin and spread pig 's blood everywhere to make the cabin look like a murder scene. He also carefully laid some of his hair on the now bloody ax to make it appear as if he has been killed. Huck finally cut open a sack of flour and made an artificial trail to make it seem like the killer left through a lake that does not connect to the river Then he entered his canoe and rode out on the river in the pitch black night. Where it could of went wrong was that Pap returned early from town sober and could have seen him.
Huck decides to act on his morals rather than be held captive by society; Huck believes that he has to act in the best interest of Jim and does not consider what society believes is acceptable behavior. By stating that he will “go to hell,” Huck reiterates what he promises Jim in the beginning- that he rather be a “low down abolitionist”; these statements combined supports his feelings to protect Jim from society. When Huck and Tom get back to the house, Huck states, “...it don’t make no difference whether you do right or wrong, a person’s conscience ain’t got no
Rosina saw nothing in the backyard, then went upstairs to investigate further. Upon opening the door to Helen Jewett's room, smoke poured out and, on the bed, sat a half-charred Helen with three gashes on her brow. Helen's companion for the night was nowhere to be
At age 24 in December of 1900, Susan Glaspell, a legislative reporter for the Des Moines Daily News at the time was employed to cover the highly sensationalized murder of John Hossack. His wife Margaret Hossack had been the prime suspect and was in fact convicted of the crime and sentenced. However, one year after her incarceration, her conviction was over turned and the second trial in 1903 resulted in a hung jury. She was never retried and the case remains unsolved to this day. After the case ended Susan Glaspell quit journalism to pursue a career in fiction.
Kyla Ramsey’s parents did eventually say their daughter was missing from her bedroom the morning of December 26, 1996. They found a ransom note. After they read the ransom note Kaylie Ramsey finally called 911 and reported her daughter Kyla had been kidnapped. Third, when police arrived at the Ramsey household they searched the house and didn’t find Kyla Ramsey’s body. It wasn’t until a short time later that the father, Kyler Ramsey, found his daughter’s body in a smaller room inside of the basement.
Huck enjoys not having to attend school but he soon gets upset that he is being beaten and taken advantage of! Huck then shoots a wild pig, cuts it up inside the cabin, and spreads the blood on his shirt and across the floor. He also carefully lays a few of his hair follicles on the bloody ax to make it seem as if he has been murdered. Jim on the other hand is trying to keep from being sold to another plantation. ‘’I hear ole missus tell de widdler she gwyne to sell me
I find that I like Jackson because, despite his situation, he exhibits compassion and generosity toward others. In the face of life’s misfortunes, Jackson treats others with compassion. As he walks to the wharf and runs into the three Aleut cousins, he shows genuine concern for their troubles. He asks, “How long has your boat been
There they found a dead man lying in the corner. Jim goes over to inspect, realizing it was Pap, Huck’s father. Jim kept this a secret to Huck. Soon after, Huck returns to town disguised as a girl to gather some news. He learned that Jim and Pap were suspects to his faked death so he immediately returned to Jim.
Just as the human race has its own history of actions and repercussions, Pollack creates a series of consequences as results of his actions. For example, by ignoring the warnings of Hoffman and continuing the expedition for oil in the Arctic, Pollack endangers the team through continuous exposure of the unseen threat that has already killed a member (later implied to be a gas). This danger is exacerbated as Pollack does not wish to do anything about the problem until few members are left sane. It is only when the group is in dire need of medical attention that Pollack reluctantly concedes that he must look for help. However, his conduct causes even more problems.