But, there are also some differences between both stories. In “The Boy Who Dared,” the flashbacks in the story were just a way the author choose to write the story. In “The Devil’s Arithmetic,” Hannah flash back to the past, and back to the future. In “The Boy Who Dared,” one pages 66 and 67, it states “Helmuth wishes there were something more he could do say, something he could do to help Rudi, but at this moment he feels helpless. Exercise time ends.
Ambiguity is the characteristic of a word, phrase, or book that can be understood in multiple ways. Henry James, during the middle part of his career, incorporated this type of vagueness into his writing. One of James's most debatable use of ambiguity was a ghost story. In the novella The Turn of the Screw, Henry James uses conflict, perspective, and ambiguity to create a mystery, with his own twist, for the reader to solve and leave them guessing. James, through conflicts involving the children and possible ghosts, limited point of view, and the overall ambiguity, forces the reader to solve mysteries throughout the book without giving the answers at the end.
First, after Sir Henry leaves the Stapleton’s house, he is chased by the hound and before the hound can get to him, Holmes shoots the creature. Sir Henry tells Holmes “You saved my life” (221) because he escaped unscaved from this incident. In David Attwood’s depiction of the story, however, Sir Henry is attacked by the hound while running from it and Holmes is reluctant to shoot it (Attwood). This is different because Sir Henry is bloodied and hurt by this incident. Second, Stapleton escapes his house into the fog on the moor, to escape punishment (Doyle, 219).
He, intelligently, kills a pig to frame his father and give him the punishment he deserves. As a hero, Huck also shows empathy and care towards people on his journey with Jim. They come across robbers on a steam boat and steal their raft. Eventually, Huck starts to worry and thinks to himself, “I might come to be a murderer myself” (Twain 99). Huck puts himself in the place of the robbers by thinking about how he
He is overwhelmed and can 't understand what he is reading so he threatens Faber, an old wise man he had met, into helping him learn from what he is reading. Beatty does not like Montags choice. Montag is pushed by beatty to burn down his own house. Montag kills Beatty and does everything to escape the Hound that Beatty had set to attack him. Montag ends up floating down the river and escapes the hound.
While two police men search for the Trio in the woods, one persuades the other to rob and kill the teens who stole from the hotel, justifying it as the teens are low lives and society would be done a favor. Goose and Clipper hear this while hiding in the treetops and Clipper has a revelation that he does not want to die and decides that he is done being a hood. Goose attempts to stop Clipper, saying that the cops are still looking for them, Clipper starts walking to the church anyway. By a miracle from God, the cops kill an innocent worker instead of Clipper, and plant a gun in the deceased hand to cover their tracks, so they do not have to admit error. When Lil’ Ze’ came of age he was the most well respected hood in Rio.
BP 1 - Call to Adventure Huck’s “call” is his encounter with Pap after being kidnapped; this conflict is the engine that drives the plot and begins his adventure. This follows the definition of the call, because without it, he cannot be who he becomes as the novel progresses. Widow Douglas informs Pap to stay away from Huck and her property after he returns to town demanding money. However, he kidnaps Huck and brings him to a cabin on the Illinois Shore. When left alone, Huck finds a way to escape the drunk Pap by faking his death and making it resemble as if it was murder , “ I fetched the pig in… I pulled out some of my hair, and blooded the axe good” (Twain 35).
When Finny tries to tell Gene that he studies too much he immediately thinks it’s to sabotage him because Gene is a very paranoid. Gene starts to diminish himself and think of himself as a lesser person than Finny. “Any fear I had ever had of the tree was nothing beside this. It wasn 't my neck, but my understanding which was menaced. He had never been jealous of me for a second.
Ralph wins the argument but Jack leaves the group and forms his own hunting group. They paint their faces and put mud on their body and they start looking for a pig to hunt. After finding a pig, they brutally kill it and cut its head off and leave it as an offering to the beast. This shows that the boys have completely forgot civilization and have become savages. Simon finds the head and sees that it’s the “Lord of the Files”.
“Off Season” tells the story of five privileged young men and women during the early 1980’s who decide to vacate their residence in New York City to a week-long venture in the deep woods of Maine. During this time, a local tribe of killers and cannibals are suspected to be lurking in nearby caves, looking for victims during the fall season; hints, why the book is titled ‘Off Season’. As the two communities of people, being the young New Yorkers and the disturbed killers, become aware of each other's presence, it turns to a violent murder spree until the county police department can put a stop to it. The novel has been praised by readers and book-critics alike, beginning Ketchum’s career instantly. There are, however, numerous cons among the pros of the writing, as there are for every piece of
Dally robbed stores, jumped people, did what he wanted whenever he wanted. He didn’t care, after finding out that johnny has died he goes crazy and robs a store. As he is running out he gets shot in his lower abdomen but still runs off. He calls Pony, Steve, Two-bit, Darry, and Soda, when they get to the vacant lot where he was surrounded by policemen, he pulled out an unloaded gun, he wanted to die that 's why he did it, he was gunned down by the police. Dally got what he wanted and dying was what he wanted after Johnny died, he died a hoodlum… ‘“Dally didn 't die a hero, he died violent, violent, and desperate.
After, Beatty makes him burn down his house he turns and kills Beatty with the blaze. After he looks like a “charred wax figure,” he runs away from the hound chasing after him. After he escapes he goes to Faber’s house and he sets trail to the city. (Bradbury 111-158) In conclusion, the government controls the populous by jobs and machinery. If the government didn’t have the firefighters everyone would just secretly read books, same with the hound.
The police arrest “homeless” McCoy. There’s a struggle and he drops the torn teddy bear paw. The police take McCoy to a secret cell, where he finds the body of Zoe. McCoy is forced to fight with other homeless men for sport. McCoy has no choice to defend himself in order to survive.
Pap Finn kidnaps Huck and takes him across Mississippi river to a small cabin. Huck did not mind missing school and being away, he just hated it because Pap Finn kept beating on him. It hurt him badly when his dad just kept hitting him. Huck acted like he was died and when Pap Finn left Huck disappear to farther side in Mississippi. Huck lands a few miles
Although they are friends, he doesn 't see Jim as a human being. Huck pulls a prank on Jim, making him think that Huck is lost. When he returns, Huck tries to convince Jim that he’d been here the whole time, and that he’d never been lost. Jim gets angry with Huck, because he was genuinely worried for him, and Huck tried to have fun and pull a prank on him. Huck explains, “It was fifteen minutes before I could work myself up to go and humble myself to a nigger; but I done it, and I warn’t ever sorry for it