When Tom comes back home with the dirty, soiled and torn clothes he is given a punishment by Aunt Polly. She asks him to whitewash the fence. Tom feels very sad but he knows the art of tackling people psychologically. The intension of Aunt Polly is not to punish Tom Sawyer but to correct his mistakes. Tom too knows her pains but as a child he continues his life as per his wish.
(Kelley 4).Because of this, the reader can tell that violence is necessary to help achieve peace because when Tommy said this, the others backed off and Tommy went to his grandmother's house. Also, when Tommy arrives at his grandmother's house, his grandmother had seen the whole argument and she knew what Tommy's task was to do with the hat he had on his hand.She gave him a broom and the purpose of the broom was to protect him. The broom symbolizes that violence is necessary for peace to be achieved. His grandmother also said that sometimes you don't have to be violence at all to conquer peace but sometimes it is. His grandmother told him a quote of Teddy Roosevelt
This chapter, however, focuses on the how Kathy could have possibly been affected by such scenario. Through the entire book, Tim O’Brien describes the Kathy and John’s relationship as a strained, tense marriage. O’Brien wrote “tell the truth… Tell him it had to end. Tell him she knew… just telling”(O’Brien 116). This quote underlines their cryptic relationship and how she plans to resolve it.
You hide”…“Why do you keep pushing me away?” (Tan 388). The main reason why she has a hard time doing this is because she never showed love to anyone directly with anyone in the first place. It was impossible for Ruth to tell Art that she loved him when she could barely say the same thing to her mother. Though Ruth does not believe that discussing such matters with Art is critical, it is actually separating them
I owe a responsibility to you!” ( Fences page 38). Troy shows his authority and strength as a parent when his son Cory asked him why he never showed affection towards him. Troy shows responsibility by telling Cory he is living under his house because it’s his job as a parent not because he has to like him. Rose arguably tells Troy he has done the right thing with Gabe’s money, the book states “Rose:
Carley then realizes that Toni won't hurt her so she tells her new friend about herself. This shows that once Carley gets comfortable with someone, she will tell them about herself. Until then she would rather tell them a lie than something true about herself. Carley also keeps Mrs. Murphy, her foster mother, at a distance. Carley speaks disrespectfully Mrs. Murphy to make sure she won't
This childhood wasn’t his fault since his parents were the ones that raised him but that still modeled him as a person. Leaving war is never easy nor is the transition simple as well, leaving an atmosphere that was always full of deaths, weapons, explosions, having no love contact because at war it’s only you and your soldiers, no love or affection from a women. John’s breaking point was definitely Kathy herself, the way he was towards her at the end and all that he has been through at war, for him it was almost normal to act on a killer instinct. It might looked like she has disappeared but everything adds up his taking her life away and getting rid of her body very well. He might have not done it John himself but it was definitely was
Tommy does not enjoy killing, but it is something he feels is a duty due to his father’s expectations of him. Tommy experiences that killing a black man was required for him to be a