In the novel The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton the character Darrel Curtis is unquestionably influenced by his gang as it prevents him from being successful to becoming the father of the gang, and overall being someone to look up to. Darrel, or Darry has always wanted to become something amazing in life, but sadly when his parents died in a fatal car crash, he was left to raise his two younger brothers, Sodapop, and Ponyboy. More specifically, Darrel chooses his gang over his potential future to care for his friends but sadly, “. . .
Spencer, had successfully changed into a successful and a hard-working man because of the chance he got. He abandons his plan to rob the bank in Elmore. Jimmy remained in town and opened a successful shoe store. He wrote a letter to an old friend in which he admitted to change and prepared to give away his burglary tools. Also, when he was saving the girl, Valentine threw away his new identity as a reformed man.
But, Price had a surprising reply and responded saying, ‘“Guess you’re mistaken, Mr. Spencer,’ he said. ‘Don’t believe I recognize you. Your buggy’s waiting for you, ain’t it?”’ (35). This exemplified that Mr. Valentine was a reformed man because all of his needed tools were in his possession, and he could have easily done nothing to save Agatha. When Jimmy spotted Ben Price in the crowd, he knew that if he opened his suitcase he could end up back in prison.
In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare writes of a budding love between two adolescent lovers. However, their destiny is to never come together because of the enmity among their families. They deem it impossible to survive without one another, so they rob their mortal bodies on the souls that occupy them. The tragedy of their deaths brings the two noble homes together to unify for their children. Many people conclude that Friar Lawrence or the parents are at fault but in reality Friar Lawrence just does as Romeo and Juliet ask.
He attended college and found that his dream was to live in a metropolitan area where he could experience all that life in the city had to offer. This dream took a hard hit when his father died and his mother became ill. His cousin Zeena was there for both his mother and him, this convinced Ethan that he could not live alone, so he married Zeena. The nice girl turned wicked and miserable, forcing Ethan into a cycle of unhappiness that he could not break out of. Ethan Frome gave up his dreams, his happiness, for a miserable life with a miserable woman. A spouse that consistently wines and complains without a touch of love in their heart, like Zeena, is not the kind of person someone typically looks for.
the regret he has turns to outbursts of violence and anger, which he takes out onto his younger brother Wes. This lack of discipline and self control soon rubbed off onto wes as show in chapter 6. “Wes’s attendance became sporadic, and once his first child was born, he just stopped going” and also in “Wes would play videogames in the house and then head out to check on his drug operation...Wes would normally be out “trying to find a job”, as he would tell her” (110). From the text the author Wes Moore shares how these foolish actions will further limits his chances of getting a real job and being hired and how it was and easier way for Wes to get back into the drug game so soon after he is released from prison. On other side, author Wes Moore, getting involved in military school, was and experience that shaped his attitude and behavior.
This mannerism is also demonstrated after Edgar finds his wife’s lover’s letters in their closet. He unintentionally came across them, so he quietly put them back in their original spot. But, instead of retaliating against her in public and embarrassing her, he decided to buy prostitutes whenever he went out of town. This vengeful mindset expresses how their lack of communication has led him to be cruel towards her and patronize other
He wants to help everyone as his friends are being attacked such as Hagrid for false being accused of opening the chamber before, Hermione as she was petrified. When Ron and Harry end up in the amber, he is not expecting to have to confront Voldemort but this is what he is tasked to do. Not by anybody, but by himself as he wants to protect his friends and save Ginny. “The adventure ends here boys”(Chamber 305) this is a quote that Lockhart says to Harry and Ron as he tries to erase their memories. This is an ironic statement as he wants to end their adventure, but ends up ending his own as he lose his memories think of what would have happened if this was effective and Harry lost his memories, the rest of the journey that he is destined to take part in would have gone up in smoke In Ocean Sea, there are several night journeys going on with a lot of different characters such as Elisewin, Adams, and Bartleboom to name a few.
In the final chapter the demonic dragon Nimona is causing rampage to the city as Goldenlion and Blackheart devise a plan to help.G.L decide to kill the demonic half but B.H insist by talking will calm her down and use Dr. Blitzmeyer’s device to temporarily shut down her powers (Stevenson 206-217). Blackheart’s opinion strongly show how much he grew care and the impact in his life.Before he was heistatant in trust however Nimona was inspiration of his former self with ambition. In return he was a parent since he felt sympathy for her false tragic. Furthermore he’s trying to be a hero because he can see the darkness inside and wants her to know that someone loves you. The relationship is the nature of Blackheart humanity to others even as a villain.
Charlie’s abuser happens to be his favorite Aunt Helen. All this time he felt guilt that she died in a car crash when driving to get his Christmas present, she died getting the present which belonged to him and so he blames himself for killing her. The plot also proceeds into many different directions like with Charlie’s sister Candace and her abusive relationship with her boyfriend which leads to a stronger bond between both Charlie and Candace. Along with Charlie’s good friend Patrick and his secret relationship with the high school’s jock, Brad. However the plot in the movie is much more generalized than in the
For example, Bob Ewell, who let Tom Robinson take the fall in the court case. He attacked Jem and Scout because he was angry with their father. Boo Radley, who made a decision when he was young, and the town of Maycomb won’t let him forget about it. He always wanted a second chance. But the town of Maycomb had made up their minds about Boo Radley.
This causes his loved ones to lose their admiration for him and to change their life so that he was not in their presence anymore. Troy lets go of his role of loving and devoted husband, generous and responsible parent and loyal, honest and inspiring friend. Troy goes from juggling two relationships with women to having neither woman. Troy calls the risky action of having an affair with Alberta, "stealing second." However, if that is how Troy plays ball at the beginning of the play, then it is predictable that he finishes the scene as a