When we arrived at Dill 's house, Jem knocked on the door and waiting for a response. After a few minutes, we gave up, figuring they were out someplace, even though there were no good places to go in Maycomb County. Jem looked at me, and said, “Since they’re not here I’ll race ya home!” He sprinted off towards the house, leaving me behind him. I knew a shortcut, and it involved cutting through the backyards of everyone 's house.
I glanced behind me and only see the thick brush and shrubs, i slow down a pace to catch my breath but quickly pick up speed. I am so close to the field i can smell the sweet aroma of Poppy and buttercups. As i break through the trees i see a group of people coming from up ahead, i notice a tall man wearing a uniform at the top of the hill. I quickly duck
There was an episode when Katniss was running for her life to get a District 12 bookbag. Then she ran into Clove, Clove was on her way to kill her. She
“Mom!” cried Ryiah “Dad!” lost in the Forest of the Lost Time sat a young woman, Ryiah. Ryiah and her parents were traveling through the forest when an ambush of Barghests attacked. Barghests are giant demonic dogs with huge teeth and claws, they show up when you’re about to die. Ryiah and her parents got split up while running from these Barghests.
SUMMARY OF BOOK 2 The murder of Katherine Lincoln filled the citizens of Jackson Heights, with terror. Although the detectives checked every clue, they were no closer to finding the killer than they were the morning they discovered her lifeless body in a pool of blood. They couldn’t quit looking until they arrested the murderer. BOOK 2
I didn 't respond back to that loud scary voice, not realizing it was santa, I just got up off the floor and ran for my life. “Catch her!” everyone screamed. I ran and ran until my legs couldn 't carry me anymore. I found a corner to hide in and i hear voices saying which way did she go, and here are her footprints.
As we were cutting in front of the last house on the block, Dean cried out, "Jackpot! Follow me!" He ran right past the stairs leading up to the porch and continued toward the road. There were more walking dead out on the road, meandering about in search of food. As our footfalls went from the deadened silence of the grass-covered lawn to the slapping sound of rubber on pavement, the nearest of the dead took interest and joined in our pursuit.
Hatred has always been around in history, including from all of our literature that we’ve read this semester, and what we’ve learned. Some, more than others. And some still to this day. In our Holocaust unit, there has been many, many examples of hatred, but I’ll talk about the hatred from Defiance.
Provincialism People has provincial attitudes are evil and dangerous to varying degrees. Provincialism is a manner of expression beliefs or mindset particular to a special region and not commonly used outside that region, therefore not fashionable or sophisticated. It can be dangerous as time goes by. In To Kill A Mockingbird, there three examples of how provincialism can be dangerous: Mrs. Dubose, Gangs of men, and Bob Ewell. This novel clearly reflects racism that was popular during 1930s.
The sun’s rays shine directly above the cabin placed carefully in the middle of the forest that surrounds it. Sitting atop the mountain and eerily quiet, the only sounds of nature to be heard are those of catfish splashing in the pond out back and crickets brushing their legs together. Sitting on a picnic table on the porch that wraps around the entire back of the house, the scent of mashed potatoes and baked beans waft to the outside. Blueberry and blackberry bushes surround the premises patiently waiting to be picked for pies and muffins. Deer, and occasionally a bear, can often be spotted near the old, broken down play ground and snakes slither around the gigantic wood pile in search of heat.