Franklin claims that he has been living long enough to see errors that he made, therefore as he grow older, he tend to “doubt of [his] own judgment” because nobody is perfect due to his past experiences (43). The informations that Franklin presents is to show his reputation that he is not perfect, also his constitution but he is open minded and willing to make what is best for the people. The perspective errors of the constitution have, is being “sacrificed to the public good” meaning all the flaw that constitution have will not be reveal to the people (44). Franklin is very passion about what is best for the people and their happiness, furthermore his characteristic is very respectful toward the citizen and the congress. As a result, Benjamin Franklin is a wise man, in order to create trusts from the members of the congress, he utilizes his ethos by accepting his fallibilities and willing to do good for the constitution to be
Articles 1,3, and 4 all say that they were not directly involved in these crimes. Article 1 states, “That verdict was important because, as a bookkeeper, he was even more removed from the killing than a guard like Demjanjuk would have been.” Article 3 states “...even though there is no evidence of him committing a specific crime.” Lastly, article 4 states, “Most observers call for a hunt for the Holocaust perpetrators who have evaded justice for decades, but others point to their old age, legal issues and difficulty in proving the crimes, arguing that after nearly 80 years, the pursuit should come to a conclusion.” These all show that they were not involved in any direct crimes, so they should not be
Ch 9 Pg 148 “Stay gold, Ponyboy. Stay gold…” The quote is significant by connecting to an Essential question because in Johnny’s last words he refrences the same Robert Frost poem that Ponyboy repeated outloud when they were sitting on the back porch of the church. Ch 10 Pg 154 “ Dally didn’t die a hero.” The quote is significant by connecting to an Essential question because he said that Johnny died like a hero in the fire saving the children, and Dally died like a hoodlum robbing a bank. Ch 11 Pg “You’re not going to die if you don’t smoke. But if the bed catches fire you will.” The quote is significant by connecting to an Essential question because it shows that Darry cares for Ponyboy and Darry is right bexcause he will die if he smokes while lying in bed.
Sheriff Well’s also says that “I always thought I could at least some-way put things right and I guess I just dont feel that way no more”, this shows that Bell has reached the point in his career where he feels like he is not benefiting anyone and that no matter what he does the world is too corrupted to fix (298). The title of this book No Country for Old Men can be applied directly to Sheriff Bell because it correlates very well with his character. The words “old men” in the title represent Sheriff Bell because throughout the novel readers witness him aging in both mental and physical ways, and the word “country” represents where he lives. This title can be applied to Sheriff Bell because at the end of the book he feels as though he does not belong in his line of work anymore because of the existential fatigue he has faced, so there is no place for him where he lives anymore since he has decided to give up his job of being sheriff, hence the title No Country for Old
First, the dream of living on the fat of the land is dead. George said that he thought they were never going to do it. George said, ”I think I knowed we’d never do her.” This states that they wouldn’t ever get the land, and that George had known all along. Crooks also, says that they won’t and that he has seen people with that dream before. He says, “You talk about it a hell of a lot, but you won’t get no land.” Crooks has seen many people with that dream that never did it, and he didn’t get to see someone get the land they wanted anyway.
General Marshal said he: "had no authority to lend me money belonging to Hampton, but he gladly would lend me $250 from his own funds", making Washington able to put a down payment on the house (Washington 66). Washington's acceptance of help throughout his life counts as a pivotal choice because when he has trouble acquiring the hints he needs, and people offer help, he does not let his pride get in the way. If he were to have declined the offers of help he received, then Tuskegee might not have ever been
This shows that Malcolm is already thinking to preserve the bloodline of his family and to trust no one but themselves because they do not know who killed their father. Later in the play, Shakespeare reveals what Malcolm was doing in England instead of hiding, “[b]efore thy here-approach, Old Siward with ten thousand
In addition, although he has years of anger and revenge built up in him from being imprisoned, he would set aside his feeling about it for Lucie to make up for the years that he had not been a part of her life. She is of his utmost importance and he does not want anything to compromise their relationship. The morning before Lucie’s wedding, Charles Darnay, her soon-to-be husband, discloses some interesting news to Doctor Manette, Lucie’s father. While describing the scene, Dickens says, “The door of the Doctor’s room opened, and he came out with Charles Darnay. He was so deadly pale – which had not been the case when they went in together – that no vestige of colour was to be seen in his face” (149).
(source used) D. Concluding Sentence: Therefore, it is obvious that physical punishment is still being used by parents widely, yet this idea can be easily opposed due to the physical harm that the child is exposed to and how this creates children’s fear from their parents rather than loving them. III. Body Paragraphs IV. First Reason: psychological A. Topic Sentence: There is overwhelming evidence that physical punishment is both ineffective and harmful to a child’s psychological development.
Here, Shirley shows how someone can take tradition so seriously they do not even want to change the box they have used since they have started the major event they participate in. The villagers have had the same black box for a while and do not want to change anything about it because the tradition for the box is so strong. “The original paraphernalia for the lottery had been lost long ago, and the black box now resting on the stool had been put into use even before Old Man Warner, the oldest man in town, was born. Mr. Summers spoke frequently to the villagers about making a new box, but no one liked to upset even as much tradition as was represented by the black box” (Jackson 1). Therefore, if someone has something