Perry smith is a main character and murderer who struggles against his own personality characteristics. He fails to achieve this goal because of certain characteristics. But what really mad perry tick? Who really knows; could it be because the way he was raised, was it only for attention or was he looking for someone to show him differently; what's right and what’s wrong. In the book “ In Cold Blood” By Truman Capote's he shows a different side of Perry.
Mack was in a coma when he meet Trinity, when out of the hospital Mack leads the police to the cave that Papa revealed to him and Missy’s body is found, with the help from all the evidence at the scene the police found the Little LadyKiller and he was arrested. Mackenzie “Mack” Allen Philips Mackenzie is the main character of the novel The Shack. Mack portrays himself as a caring and brave father and husband he displays himself as a strong man that holds the capacity of enduring life 's difficulties. Mack was abused by his father at the age of thirteen which resulted in him having a trauma and no relationship with his dad this made Mack want to be to his kids the father that he never had. The death of his daughter Missy brings Mack the greatest grief and guilt.
Mark Character Analysis The quiet ones are the dangerous ones. That is the case when it comes to Mark Kinney, the mastermind behind the plot to kidnap Mr. Griffin. In the book Killing Mr. Griffin by Lois Duncan, Mark is a malicious, sullen and charismatic character. Mark is a sullen character. In the story Mark is portrayed as a sleepy eyed, laid back, and expressionless guy.
He is credited by the military with having a whopping 160 kills! Because of his large number of kills, many people see him as a trigger happy killer and nothing more. A writer for The Guardian describes Chris Kyle as “a complex guy in a bad war who convinced himself he loved killing to cope with an impossible situation; or a straight-up serial killer exploiting an oppressive system”(West). She, like many others, does not think Chris Kyle was a patriot doing a good thing, but as a serial killer. However, you can find many stories of the heroic actions Chris Kyle did while overseas.
Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member is written by Sanyika Shakur. This novel is about his life and experiences within the Crips gang in South Central Los Angeles. Shakur released his memoir in 1993, after turning his life around while inside the prison system. His given name at birth was Kody Scott and at just eleven years old, Kody was initiated into the Crips after shooting a rival gang member and later earned himself the street name of Monster due to his horrifying acts of violence.
Kathryn Stockett’s novel, The Help, is a novel that not only shows the severe discrimination in the south but also reveals the dishonorable act of keeping secrets. The novel is set in the early 1960’s in Jackson, Mississippi. This teaches us how the unfortunate truth of how african american maids were treated by the white families they worked for. It explains the lives of Celia Foote who was a white lady who doesn't believe in the social boundaries of Jackson, Mississippi and a strong african american women named Aibileen Clark. Secrets are impractical because they don't come without a cost, not all secrets are as bad as you think they are so why keep them, and at the end of the day you will feel a breath of relief and feel free.
This unidentified child has never seen the light, never heard a nice word, and only gets fed a half-bowl of cornmeal and grease a day. So the ones who leave Omelas eventually seek redemption. In “ A Good Man is Hard to Find” the commotion the Misfit and his henchmen create is ultimate sin compared to what the grandmother said and did. The Misfit sinned multiple times throughout the brief part of the story, he killed the family but later realized the terrible things he had done. It was described he eventually felt grief for what he had done, his eyes were “red-rimmed and pale and defenseless-looking”
The film follows Mike Hammer, a private investigator who usually deals with divorce cases. Following a series of dramatic events after picking up a beautiful hitchhiker, he begins to seek revenge and solve a case that takes him on an unexpected journey. Along the way we see the story and characters take many twist and turns before it reaches its dramatic, somewhat apocalyptic final conclusion. Robert Aldrich - the director of ‘Kiss Me Deadly’- gives us some interesting compositions and diverse camera angles; we also see the strong contrast of black, white and the prevalence of shadows, classic elements of the film noir style. Character The characters in ‘Kiss Me Deadly’ do take us on a journey throughout the film.
The Husband’s secret by Liane Moriarty is a phenomenal serious novel with twists and turns along the storyline. It is a book about a wife named Cecilia Fitzpatrick, who one day mistakenly finds a letter addressed to her which was supposed to be given to her after her husband (John-Paul’s) death. As curious as she is, she opens it and finds out a dark truth which can ruin her family and affect people near them. As being the innocent woman she is, she wants to do the right thing : telling her husband and breaking the family apart or keeping the discomfort of hiding a big secret. Overall, this book was very interesting to read because it grips on the hard reality and for me, it was something i have never read before which made it more captivating.
The fantasy fiction book A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L’Engle is a book about a scientific family called the Murry’s. The Murry’s oldest and youngest kids, Meg and Charles Wallace, are introduced and we learn more about them and their family and their missing father. These two and Calvin O’keefe take us on a breathtaking adventure through the universe and show their strong bond as friends to save Mr.Murry even when losing Charles Wallace at one point from IT, with the help of Mrs.Whatsit, Mrs.Who, and Mrs.Which. I believe the theme of the A Wrinkle In Time is family is important when people go through adversity, they are there to help. The reasons I know this is because in the book we learn that Meg’s father goes missing and with her family as close as they are, it makes their lives difficult, Charles gets taken by ¨IT¨ leaving them to have to avoid him now and try to find Mr.Murry with just Meg and Calvin, and with Meg and Charles strong family bond Meg is able to save Charles and they make it home with her father.