Dante Greene is your average degenerate except for that he has a life that is broken beyond compare. He lived with his mom, dad, and younger brother Ezra until the incident. His brother was bullied at school but he would never tell a teacher or any person. The stress started to build up to the point of where he slowly started taking pills. He slowly eased up towards the idea of just ending it all until one day a student from his school told a teacher about what he was going through.
In the novel the Invisible Man the plot of the story started, when the narrator got in trouble by Dr.Bledsoe. He was expelled from the college when he took a trustee wealthy white men name Mr.Norton to a bar that served black men. Because of that incident the narrator is heading to New York City to find work with seven recommendation letter he received from Dr.Bledsoe in his pocket. Instead of receiving a job by Dr.Bledsoe’s letters he was left jobless. He later on took a job working at a paint factory but was left unemployed once again when he was told to leave.
Throughout the novel the readers can tell more and more that holden is becoming a uncopied replica in his own eyes, a picture of the evilness in society. First proof of this is when he is riding the train and he runs into another class mates mother on the train as he is riding it heading to a hotel due to his bad grades and being sent back home. While talking to Ernest Morrow’s mother he starts to lie and be a phony just for fun, "Rudolf Schmidt," I told her. I didn't feel like giving her my whole life history. Rudolf Schmidt was the name of the janitor of our dorm.” ( Salinger 54 to 55
Dining hall B. Assembly hall C. Basement D. Brinker’s dorm 22.____ What causes Finny to rush away from the questionings of his accident? He doesn’t care what happened B. everyone was yelling C. he had class 23.____ What happens to Finny when he’s running away? Gets caught by a teacher B. Leper brings him back C. He falls down the stairs 24.____ Where does Gene fall asleep that night? Dining hall B.
Holden, hasn’t had an easy life even though he is privileged; throughout his teenage years he has dealt with depression created by his insecurities and the hardships he has had to face (his brother dying of leukemia, possibly being molested as a child, switching school very often, etc.). In New York, many things happen to him within the few days he is spending by himself. He goes through so much he can handle that he decides to leave and “never come back,” however thanks to his sister Phoebe he decides to rejoin his family and realizes that there are things that he won 't be able to solve on his own. The book is written in Holden’s perspective, and its written a year after the events have occurred. Holden is now reunited with his family and wonders if things will get better/change as time passes.
One event in which Louie shows his defiance is in childhood, where he is shown as being rebellious, incorrigible, and troublesome. In the book, it says, “to get even with a railcar conductor who wouldn’t stop for him, Louie greased the rails...when a teacher made him stand in a corner for spitballing, he deflated her car with toothpicks.” (pg. 7) This shows defiance because Louie never followed the rules and was always seeking revenge, proving that he is defiant. Another part in the book where Louie shows this trait is when he finishes running the 5,000 meter race at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. “Studying the building, Louie spotted a small Nazi flag near the doors...it would make a swell souvenir, and it looked easy to reach...taking one last lunge for the flag, Louie snagged the edge and fell to the pavement, tearing the banner down with him, then scrambled to his feet and ran like mad...the Germans gave him the flag and let him go.” (pg.
School officials expel Holden from school due to his lack of motivation from his isolation from his family and the world around him. In the quote below, school officials expel Holden from Pencey, as he did not apply himself: “They gave me frequent warnings to start applying myself, especially around midterms. When my parents came up for a conference with old Turner, but I didn’t do it. So I got the ax” (6). Holden 's weak connection with his family causes Holden to fail out of Pency.
Henry 's parents receive a letter in the mail from the school stating that Henry has not attended in months. Consequently, he receives a beating from his father and decides to discontinue his work at the Cab Stand. This depicts Henry 's refusal of the call as he decides to leave his job that coincides with the mafia, putting his journey on hold. Nevertheless, a supernatural aid comes into play. On hearing the news of
Rob goes to school but isn’t in school for most of the story because he has a rash on his legs and the parents of the kids in his school were complaining that the rash could be contagious, so he was sent home for a few days to let his medication work. Another character in this story is Willie May, a maid who works at the Kentucky Star and who is like a mother to Rob. Throughout the story, Rob and Sistine get into many altercations over telling someone about the tiger and letting it go. Nearing the end of the story a man named Beauchamp, who owned the hotel where he and his father were
Yes, his father is in the military, however, The Saturday Boy also describes how Derek has to deal with his father’s death and his school life. His school life is not going well because he is losing his old best friend Budgie. Derek and Budgie did everything together, like watch their favorite show “Zeroman” and make secret forts. Yet, Budgie calls him names and makes fun of him. They even got in a fight in the school play.
His parents are in a fatal car crash and die. He finds out that his parents took a loan out on their house to pay for his schooling. He loses everything even his house. Jacob was almost done with school and he started his final and couldn’t handle it. Jacob ran out of class and didn’t stop till he got to a train and decided to hop on.