The monster describes how he came to life completely disoriented. He didn’t know how to speak or understand language and he had to get used to the feel of his own body and to figure out basic concepts like light and dark, heat and cold, and hunger and thirst. He wandered out into the forest where he could hide and look for berries and nuts. The first human he sees is an old man in a hut who runs away in terror because the monster is so hideous. He’s fascinated by the first village he walks into, but the residents are terrified and they drive him off by throwing things at him.
Sam and Eric, the only twins among the English boys on an uninhabited island, who claimed they have seen the beast during the assembly. It was the dead body of the pilot and his parachute propped up against the rocks on top of the mountain, but in the dark. Their overactive imaginations led them to believe that they have seen the beast. There’s another example about the beast in “Lord of the flies.” A littlun again, who claimed that he saw a beast when he woke up during nighttime. That was Simon instead.
Crispin: The Cross of Lead is a story about a 13 year-old boy who lives with his mother in the small village of Stromford, which is ruled by Lord Furnival. After his mother’s death, he runs away and overhears John Aycliffe the village steward discussing "a great danger." The steward sees Crispin and tries to kill him, but Crispin escapes. Crispin seeks out the village priest for help, but instead finds out that he has been declared a "wolf's head," which means that anyone can kill him. The priest gives Crispin the cross of lead that belonged to his mothers and tells him that he must leave the village immediately.
The book does not explain whether she stops her tears after seeing the damage or not but, Adara noticing the damage is evidence enough of her thoughtfulness and compassion towards the things around her and in this case the Ice Dragon. As well as this Adara had clung tightly onto the Ice Dragon however, after seeing the damage her tears had done she quickly ‘lifts one hand’ to examine what further damage had been caused and learnt to loosen her grip. As stated earlier Adara is portrayed, in the earlier stages of the story, to be cold, in both mind and body. ‘She smiled, but not
Unfortunately, most of the boys went to Jack which forced Ralph to go visit their camp to make them see reason. At the same time that this was going on, Simon, a gentle, kind boy, had been rushing back to camp, to tell the rest of the boys of his revelation, that the “beast” that they had been scared of, was really inside of them. However, covered in the blood, sweat, and the darkness of the night, when Simon entered the camp, the boys had began to see Simon not as himself, but as the monster. Consequently, they killed him with their bare hands and teeth, as if they were predators ripping into prey. The text states, “The beast struggled forward….at once the crowd surged after it… leapt onto the beast, screamed, struct, bit, tore.
Without love and responsibility, the monster killed Frankenstein’s best friend, Henry Clerval. This extremely shocked Frankenstein to behold his friend with the mark of the monster’s fingers on his neck. This is example of when people is pushed too hard and feel no way out, they will stand up and fight back. The monster stayed next to the master’s house who were teaching him English and basically how to act like a human being. In chapter
After eating so much, the boys decide to have a “dance”, in which they find a creature crawling out of the forest, which happens to be Simon trying to tell them about the beast, and kill him out of pure savagery which has blinded them. “‘Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill his blood’” (Golding, 152) The boys, kill a friend they know and chant as though Simon was the beast, which they want to kill, but really the beast is the savagery inside of them. To regress into brutish beasts enough to kill one’s own friend is pure savagery.
Many nights later Jem and his little sister are walking alone through the night to a play. Suddenly Bob was on them with a knife and the intent to end both of their lives as a way to get back at Atticus. Fighting for his life, Jem wrestles with Bob but after crashing to the grund Jem’s arm breaks and he blacks out. Seconds later a mysterious man ends Bob life to save Jem and his little sister. Back at Jem’s home, Scout (Jem’s little sister) explains her view of the attack, “Then all of a sudden something’ grabbed me and smashed my costume….Jem found me..Mr.Ewell yanked him down, I reckon They tousled
Mr Cunningham says, “ You know what we want Atticus.”. The fact that Mr Cunningham tells Atticus they want to kill Tom shows that Atticus symbolizes a mockingbird because he is risking his life defending him when he could easily let him die. Although, Atticus’s kids ( Jem and Scout Finch ) were attacked by Bob Ewell because Atticus soiled his already lackluster reputation. Jem and Scout were traveling through the woods when they hear a rustle in the bushes, a few moments later Bob comes up behind both of them with a knife. As Jem is struggling with Bob he breaks his arm and gets knocked out.
If the monster was properly cared of for his being, the monster could be raised in a good way for the world (Nature). After all, the monster said that “I was benevolent and good; misery made me a fiend. Make me happy, and I shall again be virtuous.” (Shelly) He was good at the beginning, but humanity shows that the monster shouldn’t belong in the world in the first place. It was Victor’s fault that he was brought into the world. He is shown to have wisdom and knowledge in the book due to his experiences of journeying around the world.
Ruby makes the “Slip Kid” forget who he is so she can get Liam and all the other kids who are sick and weak. After going to a hangar to get food, and instead getting attacked by Michael, who was on the “Slip Kid”’s side, Ruby is captured by Rob, who wants to turn her into Thurmond. She gets into Rob’s mind and he crashes the car, where Vida, Chubs, Liam, and
Bob Ewell feels that Atticus have made him look bad in front of the town, and he wants revenge. Ewell follows Atticus to Tom house and spits in his face. Days later someone takes Scout’s shoes and her dress, now she has to walk home dressed like a ham from a Halloween party. Jem hears something following them, and then Scout hears the same noise. Its Bob Ewell, he grabs Jem and hurts his left arm, then knocks Scout to the ground.
The childhood world of Jem, Scout, and Dill and their relationship with Boo Radley in Part one of the book is they believed in the hoaxes about him. They thought he was some creepy dude. They played lots of games and did lots of stuff involving him and his house, like run over to it and touch it and run back. One time Jem goes over to the house to touch it then starts sprinting away, then gets his pants caught so he loses them. Then later in the book Jem goes over to the fence he lost them at and they were patched up and folded on the fence.