Firstly, he killed the old man because of his eye. Additionally , he claimed that he kept hearing the heartbeat when the old man was dead. In closing, he had no control over himself. The difference between a sane person and an insane person is how they think and act. The narrator is obviously insane since he acted easy and normal in situations that are expected to be handled differently, like the time the policemen came to question him about the noises coming out of the house.
He constantly had a battle with himself to solely make himself feel like that actions he took upon were okay. Towards the end of the story, the narrator was confronted with police officers at his door. He had an external conflict when he saw them outside and assumed they knew something about what he had done. He got himself very worked up even though the police officers did not say that he was a suspect, the narrator convinced himself that they knew the terrible things he had done. When they came into the house he became extremely tense and nervous that the police would realize the sins he committed.
Tupolski is one of the two investigators that are interrogating Katurian and Michael, along with Ariel Without directly telling him, Tupolski and Ariel start to ask about Katurian’s stories and about some news stories in the current papers. Katurian at this point still has no clue as to why he has been brought here, for he thinks the stories are simply that, just stories. Katurian knows that Michael is being interrogated too when he heard screams and Ariel came back into the room adjusting a bloody cloth (20). The plot thickens and takes a dark turn when Katurian goes into his brother Michael’s interrogation room only to find out his brother is the evil mind behind the recent killing of three children. Michael defends his actions by stating he only murdered those children because he was curious to see how crazy his brother’s stories really were, so he decided to try them out.
Slaughterhouse We have a long line and went for two people. We guarded by three guards, one in front and two behind. Those who stumbled – they kick, those who fell – they beaten by shock. I walked beside the old man and could not believe that I was really going for slaughter. We were pushed into a small room.
The conflict derives from Juror 10’s hate speech against the people of the slums, which induced negative emotions in the other jurors that led them to silent protest , turning away from Juror 10, not wanting to continue the discussion with him. Juror 10 depicts the people of the slums as dangerous,violent, and vicious which ultimately lead to him concluding that, “they don’t need any big reason to kill someone either.” The other jurors, appalled by his hate speech, fell silent, stood up, and turned away from him. They simply wanted him to keep quiet and stop his hate speech as it was making them uncomfortable. At the same time, Juror 10 was appalled by the impudent reactions of the other jurors as he view himself as giving a zealous justification. Disparaged
However, when Lennie came to Crooks, he was very careful and defensive towards Lennie because of the thought that Lennie would also be like the other workers and discriminate him. He is scared if people come to his door because they will make a fool out of him and he doesn’t want to be more isolated and he originally is. Additionally, he doesn’t want to show how he is isolated as well. Crooks knows that because he is black and everyone treats him unfairly, he cannot express his emotions. When Lennie came to George, “It
For example, when Lennie goes into Crooks’ room even though he knows he is not allowed in there, Lennie is just trying to be friendly. Crooks at first doesn’t want Lennie in the room but after Lennie would not leave he let him stay. By Crooks letting Lennie stay was probably good for Crooks because he is always lonely and being discriminated against. The absence of friendship makes the characters sad and lonely and then they are meaner characters. For example, The Boss who only shows up once is a very lonely man because he has no friendships so he is always a very angry man.
Jeffries does what he can to get more time so he uses his camera flash to blind Thorwald. Eventually thorwald gets to Jeffries and the fight but due to Jeffries cast he is not able to defend himself and he is thrown out the window right as the police enter his room. Hitchcock created a lot of suspense during this scene by having a the killer go after the main character when he was at a disadvantage while the police were
The struggle between O'Brien and Winston at the end. O'Brien is attempting to condition Winston into loving big brother but Winston's resistance lies in the fact that big brother may be able to control people but they cannot control his thoughts. For Example “He sat back in his chair, slightly ashamed of himself, and laid down the pen.The next moment he started violently.There was a knocking at the door.Already! He sat as still as a mouse, in the futile hope that whoever it was might go away after a single attempt. But no, the knocking was repeated.
Tybalt is very upset about Romeo being there, so he takes the situation to Lord Capulet. Lord Capulet tells Tybalt not to worry about it when he says “Therefore be patient, take no note of him”(ll.v.72), which makes Tybalt very angry. When Tybalt responds by saying “I’ll not endure him.” (ll.v.77), he is being disrespectful and not listening or obeying the adult. He is frankly just back-talking Lord Capulet, which is a sign of rebelliousness. Instead of being the good teenager who always says yes or no ma’am, he went against Capulet, which didn’t do much good for him because Capulet still won.
If you quickly put your hand in your pocket and you don’t do as told, police may think you have a dangerous item in your pocket, so you end up wounded or tazered. Police officers are not racist; they are doing their job.. The case of Abner Louima is a case when police were racist. Louima was a security guard at a nightclub when a fight broke out. He intervened and broke the fight up although when police arrived, he was arrested not the brawlers.
P alleges that defendant MOS Robert Mayer arrived and asked P about Mr. Wilson’s whereabouts and struck P across his legs with a foreign object repeatedly. P alleges he was arrested, cuffed and taken to a hospital where he was denied use of the restroom. P alleges that defendant
Then, P calm down and P was placed in a cell. While Lt. Kunak was speaking with Sgt. Gurniack, Lt. Kunak heard yelling and screaming from the cell area. Lt. Kunak went to the cell area and observed P throwing himself against the cell and spitting. Lt. Kunak got a taser and told P to calm down or he will be taser.
That is exactly what George didn’t want for Lennie, so he shot him. George did what he thought was best for Lennie. George didn’t want him in a state hospital because he knew that Lennie would deteriorate in the conditions of a state hospital. Everyone knew about the abuse at asylums, but only the patients and doctors knew about the extent of that abuse. In asylums the patients were not seen as people, they were seen as objects.
Most of the Greasers are outsiders in their own hidden ways. Johnny expresses this by standing up against Dally when Dally was attempting to flirt with Cherry and Marcia at the movies. Johnny saw that they did not like it and told Dally to back off. Johnny became nervous when Dally looked at him. Nobody told him to back off, but because Johnny was the pet