There was kids in there that's why the boys went in there. When ponyboy came out of the church, he was on fire but dally put it out with his arm, and after that happened he tried to help johnny get out too. The night of the rumble Dally escaped from the hospital because johnny had died. He robbed a grocery store and the police were catching him he had a gun that wasn't loaded to make it seem like it was and pointed it to the police officers and they shot him.
In this part of the story is when Jennette got hurt cooking and went to a hospital and her dad does not like that idea so he finds a way out of the problem. “He told we were going to check out”(Walls 14).This reveals the he does not believe the doctors will help her but that is the best way she will get better the the injury. I believe this is a reason the are run because they are afraid of DHS (Department of Human Services). Another one is when Rex is trying to teach Jeannette to swim but he forces
Chelios leaves for the warehouse with Eve in his tail without him noticing. Chelios arrives to Kaylo’s corpse and henchmen saying they were given orders to kill him by Carlito. Chelios successfully wins the shootout against the henchmen and takes Eve to Doc Miles’ house. Doc tells Chelios that he couldn’t find a cure and that he’ll probably pass away soon. Knowing this Chelios leaves to enact revenge upon Carlito and Verona.
For instance, when Jem, Scout and Dill were trying to see if they could get Boo out of his house but instead were almost shot at by his brother, Nathan, Jem's pants got torn and left behind he comes back to find them " sewed up" like something "he'd try to do." Just waiting for him to come and pick them up. Another time Boo was generous was when Miss Maudie's house caught on fire and Scout was waiting out the cold and didn’t even realize that she had the blanket until her dad pointed it out. Atticus says, "'We'd better keep this and the blanket to ourselves. Someday, maybe, Scout can thank him for covering her up.' 'Thank who?'
In the novel by Edward Bloor, On the Senior Awards Night, Tino and Victor attack Erik and Arthur as revenge for killing Luis. The football coach held Tino back, but Paul distracts him by jumping on him so that Tino and Victor can escape. Paul runs back to his house, where he newly remembers that Erik, in the belief that Paul exposed him and his friend Vincent Castor for spray painting a wall in their old neighborhood, Erik held Paul 's eyelids open while Vincent sprayed paint into Paul 's eyes, and confronts his parents for concealment of the story. Arthur is arrested for murdering Luis, and Eric is expected to be arrested later but is then placed on house arrest until further notice. Paul is expelled from the Tangerine school district for
Two men George and Lennie are two guys who go to a little farm to find work, so they can have the American dream. Lennie though keeps getting in trouble and ends up doing more (kills Curley 's wife) which is a character in the novel. So, he heads to the place George told him to go if he even got into trouble. George met him there that night after he killed Curley 's wife and he took
“He wanted to run, but he couldn't run. He couldn't even think.” A lesson before dying is set in a small cajun community in the late 1940s. Our main character Jefferson is caught as an unwitting member of a liquor store shootout where he what's the only survivor, and for his crime is sentenced to death by electrocution even though he did not commit the crime. Grant Wiggins persuaded by his and Jefferson's grandmother goes to visit Jefferson to help him apart from his past and to help him walk.
How this movie The Book Thief relate to the theme of Holocaust is because during the movie they keep a boy who has ran away from his home because they took over and they are trying to find all you. Come to he comes to this house where they accept him and take care of him because when he gets there he is really sick. The wife spoon feeds him soup which he pukes up but eventually learns how to digest. After a while he could not stay in the top one with everyone else so they moved him to the basement where he did not have a bed just a blanket and had to sleep on the floor. This is where he met a little girl named Lisa who showed him life and happiness.
This evidence reveals that in Jonas’ society there are things that they don’t know about. In chapter 6 Jonas and Asher were talking about how someone applied for release and were gone the next day, “Here today gone tomorrow. Never seen again” (Lowry 48). Consequently, Jonas’s father works at the nurturing center and he does some releases, but since he has no feelings he doesn’t know he is killing the people. After The Giver showed him the tape of the release, Jonas doesn’t want to go home “To his surprise his father began to very carefully direct the needle into the top of the new child’s forehead, puncturing the place where the fragile skin pulsed.
Marie Lu’s Book/Novel, “Champion” starts the readers off with one of the main characters, Day. Day has been moved up and assigned to a higher military (Army) position. Which he had to leave the one he loves, June behind. Which leads them up to 8 months of no communication. But, when a deadly plague breaks out in the colonies, causing panic, results in a peace treaty break.
Legend by Marie Lu takes place in the future when the western coast of the United States, the Republic, is at war with the colonies. The point of view alternates between two characters, 15-year-old Day and June. After the death of June’s brother, the only family she has left, June goes out to hunt his murderer. She is told that it is Day, the most wanted criminal, who has done it. But, as time goes on their paths cross and secrets unravel.
I agree with Drake ’s quote, specifically the notion of how Nostalgia de la Luz is counter- atomist due to how it brings together the worlds of science and human affairs. The film’s director and narrator, Patricio Guzman, does a fantastic job showing the connection between astronomy and the women searching the Atacama desert for their loved ones who unfortunately were murdered during Pinochet’s brutal reign as dictator. Previously to watching the documentary, I was an avid and amateur fan of astronomy, frequently going to parks to catch a better glimpse of the skies and being an avid participant in my school’s Astronomy and Rocket Science Club. However, I was never aware of the notion that every time we look at the sky, and literally the “past”,