Cleaning Solvent, bottled, shattered over the stove. The room was ablaze in an instant! “Fire!” screamed a voice.” (Bradbury 151 pg. 335). The house realized something was off so a voice was let off.
Abigail admits she’ll kill me as soon as the job is done. My heart is racing and my hands are sweaty. John proctor denied Abigail's offer and I can hear her crying and I hear her footsteps getting closer. I think quickly and pick up a rock, I’m not scared of Abigail anymore and I know what I have to do. I use all my force to hit her in the back of the head.
The last level of Hell is for people who judo chop other people’s chromebooks. A judo chop is when someone uses their forearm to chop the top row of the keyboard which hits the escape, refresh, and power button. This restarts your chromebook. It is most frustrating when you are actually trying to get some work done. These people in hell are constantly having Bruce Lee karate chop their harms where each hit is a clean slice through the arm causing extreme pain.
I was crying because my adrenaline was rushing, I have never been so scared in my life. As we got in the truck my body was stinging like crazy, I was stung everywhere. My feet hurt the worst. When I took my boot off bees started flying out of them, that when Christopher slammed on the brakes and we all jumped out of the truck. I threw my boots at the bees and eventually they all died down.
Despite desperate efforts to raise ladders and spread nets there was little the firefighters could do to help the terrified women that were lining the windows of the ninth floor. The longest ladders only reached the seventh and the fire nets were useless to the girls who were falling from over 100 feet above. Several of the girls jumping were already on fire, demonstrating that there was only the choice to jump or burn to death. Thousands of people continued to watch as firemen poured water on the building and entered to find even more girls. The elevator shaft was clogged with at least thirty more bodies, most burned beyond recognition; in the ninth floor workroom
He is also using a metaphor for the struggle the Native American people barred. The Crow represents the Natives and the Falcon represents the White people. This is also a metaphor for the white people fighting and killing the Native Americans and the Natives realized the fight was not going to end anytime soon. Erdrich also says “...Only the arrows whining, a death-cloud of nerves swarming down on the settlers who die beautifully...” (Erdrich 3). This part of the poem is about the literal fight
In the text it says “That's when Freak squeezes the trigger and sprays him right in the eyes. Then Killer Kane is screaming in this high, scared, voice. His hands are scrubbing at his eyes and it's like that scream wakes me up, because the next thing I know I’ve got Freak in my arms and I’m running through the dark for the stairs, running as fast as I can on feet that I can’t even feel.” Freak makes many sacrifices and risks to help Max escape from the the cellar hole (a burned out basement). Freak the Mighty worked as one when Killer Kane kidnapped Max. The moral of the story is to persevere through your
All the sudden we could smell the burning cinders of the fire and the place was in complete chaos. Distress everywhere, people rushing for the stairs, it was utter madness at its finest. At first I struggled to find my sister as the floor was crowded with people everywhere rushing towards the roof staircase. But she caught sight of me and practically bulldozed through the crowed to get to me. We rushed through the limited exit where we could see fire below us when we made it onto the roof.
Union Field Nurse Emma Edmonds said about the Battle at Bull Run, “Still the battle continues without cessation; the grape and canister fill the air as they go screaming on their fearful errand, the sight of that field is perfectly appalling; men tossing their arms wildly calling for help; they be bleeding, torn and mangled; legs, arms and bodies are crushed and broken as if smitten by thunderbolts; the ground is crimson with blood; it is terrible to witness” (Edmonds, 56). The first all-out clash of North and South, the Battle of Bull Run was a mess of casualties and confusion. Untrained and overconfident soldiers, union and rebel alike, paid a high price in dead and wounded. The southerners had won the battle and were able to take their time in handling the wounded and the dead. However, the Union retreat resulted in empty ambulances and over-burdened surgeons, at least those who were not taken prisoner and transported to