When Louie is in Naoetsu, “... a heavy wooden beam… Louie hoisted it… All he knew was a single thought: He cannot break me “ (213). Instead of dropping the plank Louie hangs onto his dignity, and holds on not letting anything get to him. After Louie gets home from the camp, “ Louie took one long look and had the startling thought that he had to marry this girl” (246). Then, Louie began to believe that the girl he just noticed was going to be his wife, and was determined to make it happen. In conclusion, the book Unbroken explains Louie’s tough journey ,and displays his two traits of enterprising and being strong-willed.
Not realizing what's gonna happen, the climbers continue to ascend up the mountain, hoping to reach the top before time runs out but nothing can save them from the storm approaching their way. As the storm approaches the suspense heightens and when it finally reaches Everest they realize they are too late. The suspense and word choice in Into Thin Air is exhilarating and leaves you on the edge of your seat, wanting to read more.Jon
For some, the punishment was bad enough that it was hard to speak Navajo, but for Ned, it made him not want to forget it. An example is, "If anything, rather than taking my language away from me, made me more determined never to forget it" (pg. 26-27). This connects to my theme by when he said he felt more determined that meant he had strength and courage to never forget his language. Before Ned went to boot camp, he had a ceremony done for him called the Blessingway which gives him strength and safety.
I am not sure I will live up to his wit, but there are a few things I would like to say about Uncle Donny. Anyone who knew Donnie knows that he had a very strong work ethic. His children tell me that if they told their dad they were not feeling well and might stay home from work, he would respond by saying, “It is just as easy to be sick at work as at home, so go to work.” He was just calling them to live like he did. He never missed work. He was also known to say, “if you love your job you will never work a day in
Ernesto Galarza from “Barrio Boy” had to learn, just because he is in a new country, doesn’t mean he should be ashamed of his Mexican heritage. Annie Johnson from “New Directions” had to start a business, so she can feed her children. All three had to endure hardships to succeed their mission. Aengus looked for his love, and refused to give up. “Though I am old with wandering.
Eventually, those things fade away and that is why people must value the moments with their loved things/ones because you never know what may happen to them. This book relates closely to this connection. As Ponyboy progresses through his live he forms “gold” relationships with the people around him but, out of nowhere some disappear and has learned to cherish them while they
“A healthy relationship doesn’t drag you down. It inspires you to be better.” (Mandy Hale) This powerful quote relates to the manifold relationships in Of Mice and Men, because the most powerful relationship in the story was built upon individual assets coming together to create a successful trio. While the destructive relationship in the book is the entirety of the quote, as George is the one being dragged down. Of Mice and Men written by John Steinbeck features two migrant workers, George and Lennie who acquire jobs at a ranch after running out of their previous town due to conflict. The two are hustling to make their dream a reality, but the problems they face put their dream at great risk of never coming true.
Also to overcome racism have the mindset that alone, you can get through this and do this might be a struggle now but its help others. Within the book when Melba was struggling to get through her grandma said " You're a warrior on the battlefield for your Lord. God's warriors don't cry, cause they trust he's always by their side. "(63 ). Like Melba to overcome this obstacle, alone act like a soldier at the front of a very dangerous battle but has to win the battle.
Janie Crawford Killiks Starks Woods is the main character in the novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, where she learns what's it's like to go from marriage to marriage looking for love. In the novel, Hurston utilizes the pivotal moment when Janie realizes that marriage doesn’t always mean love to show Janie's coming of age and psychological development which is used to show that love doesn't always come first. Logan Killicks was Janie's first marriage, which was brought about after Nanny (her grandmother) decided that she need to be married after she caught Janie and a young boy kissing when she was 16. After that Janie finds herself being thrown into some random marriage with some man she barely knew, and for a reason