Behemoth gave an apologetic snort, but didn 't move unfortunately, instead beginning to prod at his master 's mouth. Amaimon sputtered angrily "B-Behemoth!? What are you doing!? " Behemoth didn 't wait to answer, or even wait for the earth King to calm down, shoving a plant into his moth and closing his mouth.
The snow flurried like boating owls, making Jimmy Glad. As Jimmy stepped outside and John came closer, he could see the purring glint in his eye. "I am here because I want Revenge," John bellowed, in a Mad tone. He slammed his fist against Jimmy 's chest, with the force of 6163 guppies. "I frigging hate you, Jimmy Neutron.
Firstly, in the plan making process Montag and Faber are not on the same page, although Faber admitted "we're twins, we're not alone anymore"(Bradbury 106), which brings a positive side to the serious and panicked emotions Montag is feeling. The rowdy fireman then ignores all of Faber's advice and reveals his secret and illegal book stash to Mildred's friends while in a heated argument with them. Bradbury uses the metaphor "the room was blazing hot, he was all fire, he was all coldness"(Bradbury 102) referencing the past section and his continuous internal conflict and its transition to the argument. Montag loses the argument and it results in his house being called to be burned for books. The Sieve and the Sand represent the big plans that Montag had and how his newly discovered emotions put holes in the plan, like the grates in a sieve.
He raised his hands above his head and shook them much like a pair of cat burglar snakes descending onto the shoulders of Venus De Milo. “Run! The pissesrs have lost it! They 're mad!” Mick nodded and turned a cartwheel for good luck and extra speed.
Popeye gives bluto a heavy punch , and that punch seems soo much powerfull and exaggerated. In this scene after Popeye punches Bluto the force is extreme so Bluto flies away and circles the whole globe and return to the same place and falls there. THEATRICAL SHOT 4 INTRODUCTION TO THE CHARACTER POPEYE : He walks carelessly and he is not at all bothered about the things happening . They are crushing some thing using a huge and a powerfull machine .
In The Machine that Won the War the author makes the reader think that the machine actually won the war with its complicated techniques and plans when really the men who controlled the machine fed it different data and changed nearly everything about it. The men didn’t know exactly what they were doing they just changed data and hoped for the best. One of the men named Swift worked on the machine and told the other men that the machine is just and manmade machine fed data by man, so everything that the machine did was man made. At the end of the story it tells Swift holding and coin reminiscing about something and asking the other men heads or tells.
Since Fate had told me I wasn’t good enough to be someone’s Mom, I had felt at liberty to live a pretty unconventional life; a U.S. Marine, Operating Engineer on heavy equipment, Land Surveyor, a wife, and now an airplane mechanic. Life had afforded me so many great adventures, sometimes rationalizing their importance in lieu of motherhood, was soothing. I mulled over all the times in my life I had hoped against the laws of nature and medicine; I could be that miracle case. Out of desperation, once spending thousands of dollars on In Vitro Fertilization; resulting in a failed marriage, and excessive drinking.
What’s so funny?” Asterion barked in his deep threatening tone. I snickered once more and responded with arrogance, “You imbussel, you thought I, Odysseus, the wittiest of them all wouldn't have a brilliant plan.” I instantly then called upon Zeus’s thunderbolt and the sky lit up with lightning and in a bright flash that could be seen for miles and thunderbolt struck the cavern. It was as if something such as the sun, bright and hot was quickly flashed in front of me, blinding me for an instant and brought a large warmth to my body.
They learn that the Taurans weren’t an enemy, and everything that everyone else learned about the war was a lie. The war happened because of some interstellar crash that Military leaders thought was the result of Tauran attack, and the war lasted so long because we couldn’t communicate with them. Once humans were able to communicate with the Taurans they learn the Taurans go by another name, Man. The Man (Taurans) explain that they were once like humans until they evolved into the perfect being. Mandella and the others were surprised and felt kinda
Haemon expresses his opinions on Creon’s decisions over Antigone during a heated argument says “For any man, even if he’s wise, there’s nothing shameful in learning many things” (353). Creon is so set on his ruling and is not willing to learn or grow from anything anybody tells him. He does not recognize his mistakes until the end of the play which makes him feel like an ultimate failure. He fails to realize what he gains and how he may become a wiser person. To add on, Antigone feels she has no free will as “the curse arising from a mother’s marriage bed” (361) seals her fate.
My book report is on "Ender 's Game" by Orson Scott Card. Ender 's Game is a military sci-fi book that has received many awards. The author did continue the series on Ender, however the military aspect of it did not continue with the series. Ender Wiggins was only allowed to born so that he can save the human race from exstinction. Since birth he was a outcast, hated by his brother Peter, and constantly being hurt by everyone except his sister Valentine.
A single drop of deep crimson blood fell onto the pristine, alabaster sink in the home of Thomas Milburn. In his peripheral vision, he could see another one slithering down his cheek into the basin. His hands were shaking again, he had noticed the tremors only yesterday, and yet they were already worsening. He looked down at the silver razor in his hand, the white splotches of cream were now tinted with a red hue. “Damnit,” he said, under his breath.
Sometimes for some people all most falling to their death, or just pushing their limits maybe the way to show themselves what is most important in life. This is what happens to the main character in "Contents of the Dead Man's Pocket" by Jack Finney. In the story, Tom goes through ten minutes of pain, guilt, life changes and dangerous obstacles that he over faced about life. In this story Tom Benecke has two choices go with his wife Clare to the movies or stay home and pretend to do some work for his job.
“I wanted a brother. But Mama, crying, told me that even if William Armstrong lived, he would never do these things with me. He might not, she sobbed, even be “all there.” He might as long as he lived, lie on the rubber sheet in the center of the bed in the front bedroom where the white marquisette curtains billowed out in the afternoon sea breeze, rustling like palmetto fronds” (Hurst 1). In this story William Armstrong (Doodle) is a little kid who has heart problems.
In the Grapes of Wrath, two women appear in the beginning of the novel and was continuously having an active part of the story. As the story progresses, it has shown that the men slowly start to lose hope while strong women appear. Ma Joad and Rose of Sharon being to show a more dependable side to them to help keep the family together. Ma Joad was portrayed as the strong wife and mother she was in the Joad family. She valued the family more than she did herself, and because of this helped keep the family stable and together.