When Lennie was going crazy and thinks he sees his Aunt clara “I tried, Aunt Clara, ma’am. I tried and tried.” Lennie was like a sick dog a dog that has gone blind he did not know if what he is seeing is real or not. George saw that and George did not want Lennie to suffer he just wanted to put him out of his misery. I understand that George and Lennie might have been able to make it out and that what George did was wrong each time you kill a person it is wrong. George knew what he was doing but that does not mean George won 't get that guilt for the rest of his life.
The eighteenth habit is, “Punishing the Messenger”. This habit can cause a breakdown in relationships because often the person providing the information is not the person who created the mistake or is the person who created the mistake but they are trying to reconcile the issue. The reaction of punishing the messenger may cause the person to regret trying to help in the situation and prevent them from helping in the future. In the nineteenth habit, “Passing the Buck” the author discusses how some managers or leaders are not able to take responsibility for their actions or mistakes and have to push the blame onto someone else. This may cause negative feels and cultivate a lack of respect for the individual who is not willing or able to take on the responsibility.
This can be achieved by using the aspect of fear, and usually leads to societal destruction. This is how most people would describe Jack as a leader. He made it obvious that the conch was nothing but a waste of time, and he didn't want to respect the rules around it. Whenever Piggy held the conch to speak, he said something along the lines of, “I got the conch,” said Piggy indignantly. “You let me speak!” “The conch doesn’t count on top of the mountain,” said Jack, “so you shut up” (58).
The book vividly explains how Timothy looks, this is a negative connotation showing that Phillip immediately disliked him by his physical features. Timothy was being kind ,understanding that Phillip is not used to some people and will be upset from what he has gone through. Timothy tries to survive and catches fish for them to eat but since there is no fire to cook the fish they have to eat it raw, Phillip uses this to prove that they are “different”
Sam Brownback, the 46th Governor of Kansas, has one goal in mind and that is to make Kansas the best place for families to grow. However, as of now, Brownback is not able to achieve his goal because he had caused a massive state debt due to cutting taxes. These controversial actions can put Kansas in a dark hole. Brownback was elected again by the Kansas citizens in 2014. Sam Brownback should not have been elected again as the Governor of Kansas because he is cutting money for public schooling, he is increasing the tax rate on the lower class and middle class to make up for his debt, and increasing taxes are causing Kansans to flee.
In line 1228 he says to the leader: “Oh it’s hard giving up on the heart’s desire… but I will do it” after he is convinced to let Antigone free. This quote says, Creon does not want to go back on his word and does not want to let a criminal get away, but he has to so his people can view him as a better ruler than they initially thought. This made me feel sympathetic because he was willing to give up something he cared about for the life of someone else. It shows a change he undergoes but was never able to fix his mistakes because Antigone had already killed
Santiago feels, “guilt and angst over having ‘gone out too far’ only to lose everything” (Cools and Stephens 89). Santiago only sees things as a success or failure, so when he returns with just a skeleton, he does not see himself as a hero worthy of Manolin’s admiration. He accomplishes the goal which he sets out to do by catching and killing the biggest fish he has ever seen, but because he can not control the elements around him, he sees it as a failure. Audience members outside of the storyline can separate the adventure into the goals remembering that making our, “vision finer does not mean making it less heroic”(Cools and Stephens 89). If Santiago were to consider and fine tune the experience into what he is specifically determined to accomplish, he would see that his actions were nothing but heroic and marvelous.
Jack and his boys steal Piggy 's glasses from the Piggy and the civil group, in order to create fire to cook the meat on. This moment is important because it proves that the boys are acting out as savages and animals instead of humans. This show of themselves also reveals the greed and incorporation of the savages as they resort to theft. This shows a large difference between the savage and the civilized, as Piggy and Ralph would have approached the situation very differently, asking for the glasses back rather than going off to steal them. If this conflict had not happened, the climax would not have been possible because the civilized boys would have never had to confront the savages about the theft of the glasses.
For many years, schools around the nation have focused on sports instead of their academic studies. Many studies show that these activities are harming places of learning. Therefore, districts around the country should stop this after class past time to save money, reduce the child’s stress, and to increase the learners grades As many Americans know, money can help to achieve a great education. In an article “Should Your School Get Rid of Sports”, it was found that “many schools can not afford to repair classrooms due to the lack of funding”(Ripley 10).The biggest events the schools have to pay for are the games, they have to pay for the concession stands, to clean up after the kids who leave their trash and they have to repair the bleachers
Because at lat he said the lie for alive. And he said ’I am not good man. Nothing’s spoiled by giving them this lie that were not rotten long before. But I also think he is a good person, and he care about reputation. Because he don not want any one know about he said the lie, and he want to teach his children be a good person in the world Although "The Crucible" is a powerful drama, it stands second to "Death of a Salesman" as a work of art.
Demetrius threatens her again in a more cruel manner by telling Helena "If thou follow me, do not believe but I shall do thee mischief in the wood. (2-1-243-244)" Demetrius’s intent was trying to intimidate Helena by saying that he will physically harm her if she does not leave him alone which shows how insensitive he can be. At the start of the play Demetrius was very cruel and insensitive as he did not care about Helena 's feelings or if she died or not but subsequently