When Fritz enters his dorm room he tries to initiate a conversation with his peers, but his buddies are too caught up studying to pay any attention to him. Understandably this makes Fritz irritated, and this leads to him making an entire speech about how students are caught up into spending so many countless hours studying, working, and completing deadlines that they neglect experiencing the wonders of life. In Fritz own words,”You spend years and years with your nose buried in these goddamn tomes..while the world is passing you by.” However, the reality is the world is actually passing by Fritz. While his argument may hold some truth, Fritz does nothing about it but do detrimental things to his future. In the end he burns all his college books, immediately regrets burning all his college books, and through the remainder of the film never practices what he preaches about leaving the school system.
Darius [optional: stage directions] I was wondering if I can stay at your place ? [starts to sound sad]man I have no where to go, I barely got money, i'm scared man Smokey [optional: stage directions] [makes crackling noises] Yo I think were breaking up [makes more crackling noises] [hangs up phone] Darius [optional: stage directions] [Throws the phone on the ground in anger] [starts crying] [speaks softly] Where [sniff] did I go [sniff] wrong? James [optional: stage directions] [Car pulls up] Ayo Darius !! Darius [looks to his right, his eyes grew larger] [ runs down the alley to his left] James [optional: stage directions] [ tells the boys in the back of the car} [soft tone] go get him [the boys chase down darius] [ the car pulls off] Durius [optional: stage directions] [huffing and puffing ]no no no no no ..this can't be happening [sheds tear] James [optional: stage directions] [james’s car pulls up in front of him] ha ha you tried to run [ gets out car starts walking towards darius] Durius [optional: stage directions] [ turns the other way and tries to run but the two guys are right behind him] James [optional: stage
Then later that night, Gene and Finny are pulled from bed by a group of several other boys from Devon and are questioned about what really happened before Finny fell out of the tree. Even Leper is questioned. When Leper begins to say that Gene purposely shook the branch, Finny stands up and shouts about how he doesn’t care either way, before running away, falling down the stairs, and breaking his leg a second time. Later, Gene sneaks into the infirmary where Finny is staying but he is absolutely furious, and makes him leave. The next morning he tries to visit Finny again, and they both agree that his actions on the tree was not on purpose.
Once he almost squeezed all the air out of him he was flung back onto the ground. When Scout heard a man breathing hard a coughing hard he went towards the person and asked who he was and there was no answer. That person that caused Bob Ewell to go flying back onto the ground was Boo Radley. No one ever sees boo he just lives in his parents house, everyone thinks of him as a monster that wants to kill or hurt everyone even though he is a heart warming normal person. The book, To Kill a Mockingbird, has the theme of there is always good in bad and bad in good, its shown in the paragraphs above.
The Big Fat Crocodile Crocky Wocky loved to eat. Every day he would go to the dumpster of a restaurant and eat until his heart’s content, he was the hungriest crocodile in town. He was also one of the laziest and meanest Ones, he would usually steal trick or treating candy from children during Halloween, when he saw some Cake or pie lying in a bag he would steal it while the owner wasn’t looking, and sometimes he would Break into someone’s house and eat their dinner leftovers. He didn’t have a job because he was a lazy bum, he lived in the junkyard hiding from the owner. It was midnight when Crocky Wocky went into town to find a restaurant dumpster to dig some food out of or a house to rob of it’s
He pounds his battered fists on the desk top brutally, almost sobbing his outrage" (Forman 136). When he feels that all hope is lost and no one will help him, he sits down in his office and cries out of resentment and anger towards the town people for being cowardly. In The Most Dangerous Game, Rainsford never shows weakness; he convinces himself not to lose his nerve. "I will not lose my nerve. I will not" (Connel 19).
As James realized he was going to be late for class, he had to push through the bullies and as he tried to run through them he was brought to a punch right to the gut. James dropped and tried to crawl away, but was dragged right back into “Bullies Circle’’ James yelled for them to stop, but they just laughed and continued to shove him and kick his books around. Finally they got bored of him crying so they left. James went home, but this
In To Kill A Mockingbird Boo Radley is a man who always stays shut up inside of his house which causes many rumors about him to be spread around the town. For instance, at the end of chapter 14 it’s stated “Dill?”/ “Mm?”/ “Why do you reckon Boo Radley’s never run off?”/ Dill sighed a long sigh and turned away from me./ “Maybe he doesn 't have anywhere to run off to…” This shows how Boo Radley is emotionally struggling because people always are assuming things about him that can cause him to feel uncomfortable around others. At the end of the book Boo Radley acts afraid of everything like when it says “Will You take me home?’ He almost whispered it, in the voice of a child afraid of the dark.” After witnessing Jem, Scout, and Dill acting out his rumored “life story”, I infer that it must have been very weird and uncomfortable for Boo to be so close to “his children” when they were the ones who supposedly made fun of him. Emotionally he is struggling because he is overwhelmed by the fact that he is always a hot topic of the town, and the trio acting his story out didn’t make him feel any better. In the poem “Caged Bird” by Maya Angelou the last stanza is written “The caged bird sings/ with a fearful trill/ of things unknown/ but longed for still/and his tune is heard/ on the distant hill/ for the caged bird/sings of freedom.” Boo Radley
Arthur Radley, colloquially known as Boo Radley, is a reclusive man who refrains from leaving his house. This is a significant social faux pas in Maycomb, and as a result, he is highly gossiped about by the townspeople and negative rumors constantly circulate regarding him and how he is mentally ill and should be feared. At the beginning of the novel, Scouts perception of Boo Radley is no different. As the novel progresses Scout slowly begins to empathise more with Boo; and she begins to fear him less after various events in the novel, such as the times Boo leaves Scout and Jem presents (59-60) and the time Boo places a blanket on Scout 's shoulders during the fire at Miss Maudie’s house (71-72). Scout’s empathy towards Boo Radley is really only fully developed by the end of the novel when Boo saves Jem and Scout from Bob Ewell.
. it’s because he wants to stay inside.” (304) Jem realizes that with all the hate in the world Boo probably stays inside to avoid all of that and just wants some peace. At this point the readers view on Boo Radley has change from a psychopathic mad man to a kind boy who secretly cares for Jem and Scout. The next and final change in the readers view of Boo happen when he finally come outside of his house and openly meet the children for the first time in the story. This happens at the very end of the book when Jem and Scout are walking back for a school play and are attacked by Bob Ewell.
Gregor wants to stop the manager from leaving and falls down trying to catch up to him. The sight of Gregor moving and talking frightens his mother causing her to spill coffee on the rug. His father tries to shove the insect into his bedroom with the manager’s cane that he left behind and a newspaper. The door is not open all the way and Gregor is slammed into the door, letting bug guts ooze all over the door. His father gives him one last push and slams the door behind
He also talks to Kak about his nightmares, when asked by Kak what they were about he replies with, “Kid, you don’t want to know,” Kak witnesses Donny screaming in his sleep, “At the other end of the hut, an airman tossed and muttered in his bed. Then he cried out, piercingly and loud. And I saw him bolt upright in his bed, his arms flailing.” Kak copes with his fears using Percy; Bert’s favorite
Sixth Grader Rob Horton is socially awkward, in the first chapter he explains that he stuffs all of his feelings into an imaginary suitcase and closes it. In addition to Rob being socially inept, Rob also has a rash on his legs that he constantly gets teased about. At school Rob’s principal thinks that Rob’s rash is contagious, so he sends Rob home. Rob and his father live at the Kentucky Star Motel in Lister, Florida. Rob is an outsider and doesn’t have any friends, until he meets the new girl Sistine.
The isolated Victor is different in several ways including his manner, and the way he goes about his education, which is more focused and ultimately more obsessive. He has no one to comfort him and this leads to the madness of creating the monster. Victor has had supportive people around him since birth; however now that he is at the university he has nobody to help keep him level headed. "Every night I was oppressed by a slow fever, and I became nervous to a most painful degree; the fall of a leaf startled me, and I shunned my fellow creatures as if I had been guilty of a crime" (35). The isolation being portrayed by Victor is now shifting from not only
“Ha-ha you’re team sucks,” said John, one of Conner’s friends. Joey didn’t even know how Conner managed to spread the story this far. “It was only a baseball game!” Joey told everyone. He felt so hopeless and unwanted. At lunch no one wanted to sit with him and people left notes on his locker saying he should go on a diet.