Throughout the text, there are several examples the children’s jealousy. The students ridicule Margot whenever she talks about the sun, which is most likely because they are jealous that she remembers it. Eventually, their jealousy gets the better hand and they lock Margot in the closet. The students would know it was the wrong thing to do if they were not blinded by their jealousy. The children become blinded by their jealousy of Margot, so they locked her in a closet.
Jawanna was a bully for example she bullied a young girl named Maria. Jawanna was the biggest and meanest girl in the grade Maria was just a sweet normal and innocent girl. Meanwhile Jawanna took stuff from Maria broke her pencil ate her brownie and made her do her homework anytime she wanted. She always bullied Maria, then one day outside Jawanna walks up to Maria and try’s to scare her into doing her homework, but Maria stands up for herself by telling her no. Jawanna wasn’t used to people standing up to her so she pushes Maria into the wood chips
Deb attended a Elida High school in Lima. Deb’s parents were very strict she wasn’t allowed to wear pants she was only allowed to wear skirts. Deb was into Bon Jovi when growing up. In Lima the schools were very close together so she would walk to and from school. There were many popular clothing fads during Deb’s time including shoulder pads and rolled jeans.
the boy cried savagely “You won’t see nothing!” As they all started to turn against her, one of the children had an idea. “Hey, everyone, let’s put her in a closet before teacher comes!” “No,” said Margot falling back. After they caught her, they carried her down a hall, threw her in a closet and locked the door.
In this chapter Alicia explains the bathroom routine and events that happen on the trips to the Bathroom. On one of these trips the guards purposely push another inmate, Hugo, into Alicia, When this happened the guards told Alicia to slap Hugo in the face or be punished. When Alicia was faced with these two choices she remembered that Hugo had been tortured far more than she had, she also didn’t want to hurt a friend. Alicia then chose to defy the guards and be punished so Hugo could have a break from being beaten.
African Americans all had fear in their eyes everyday from the time they woke up till the time they would fall asleep. Being a person of color they knew anything could happen to them at any time. African Americans feared death, incarceration and lynching all because the color of their skin. For instance, “Explain to your six-year-old daughter why she can’t go to the public amusement park ... when she is told that Funtown is closed for colored children…developing an unconscious bitterness towards white people” (King 224).
In Sparta men went to training camp for war when they were seven. Men that were cowards were cast out because in Sparta there was no room for men to be cowards. Women were educated in Sparta because they did most of the work they ran stores and took care of the children. Women in Athens had no freedoms and were commanded to stay at home, they also had strict rules for women. If women disobeyed the rules that men had made there would be consequences.
Hedda is an extremely secretive individual who only expresses her true thoughts when she is completely alone. After Lovborg leaves, Hedda listens for a moment at the door to make sure no one is approaching and begins throwing sheets of Lovborg 's manuscript into the stove while whispering: “Now I 'm burning your child, Thea! You, with your curly hair! Your child and Eilert Lovborg 's.” (Ibsen 288). Hedda had threatened to burn off Thea 's hair before, while they were in school together, but this is the first time that Hedda describes Thea 's hair as curly.
The The children lock Margot in a closet at the moment when the sun finally comes out for the first time in seven years. This was a big part in the story because it shows that the children were so jealous that they committed a terrible thing. The text says, “they surged about her, caught her up and bore her. Protesting, and then crying, back into a tunnel, a room, a closet, where they slammed and locked the door.” Bradbury uses this long, descriptive sentence to show how strong the children’s jealousy was.
Little Rock Nine made a plan to meet off campus and march into the school with a lawyer, Elizabeth Eckford didn’t have a telephone so she never received the plans. Elizabeth thought the soldiers (Arkansas National Guard) were there to protect her, she got behind them and started walking but once she got to the doors the guards didn 't let Elizabeth in but as someone saw her and yelled “lynch her! lynch
In the book Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt and the short story “All Summer in a Day” by Ray Bradbury, people who take things too far can turn a crowd into a mob. Ray Bradbury develops this by the classmates hurting Margot and shoving her in a closet. On the other hand, Lynda Mullaly Hunt develops this by showing how Ally breaks down after she can’t take being bullied anymore. The short story “Summer in a Day” by Ray Bradbury there’s a character named Margot who usually feels alone because she never wants to play with the other kids in her school on Venus.