So, he started the fire so that everyone would forget about the hanging and all join together to help put out the fire. In conclusion, Choose your battles is an ongoing theme throughout the book Roll of Thunder Hear my Cry by Mildred Taylor Cassie and the Logan family are constantly fighting in an ongoing battle all throughout the book. Whether it’s just a fistfight in the woods, multiple times, or it’s risking your own revenue to save another life. Cassie and the Logans really did choose their
ARE WE GOING TO LET HIM GET AWAY WITH THIS!” “NO!” “ARE WE GOING TO GO GET PEONY BACK! ?” “YES!” “Alright then! Grab the weapons- get in the cars and let’s go catch this kidnapper!” That being said, the group splits up- everyone running around to collect their battle gear. Once everyone besides Koga has evacuated the tent- he bends down and picks up Rhett’s knife of the ground- holding it firmly in his
In life, some people lose stuff and they never give a chance to find it, but other people do give a chance to find it. In the short story, “Attack” by Ralph Fletcher, Lanie, find their chicken pen all bloodys and then their mom and Jimmy venture out into the woods and bring back some lost roosters. The Story “Attack” teaches me to never give up, this is true for their mom and Jimmy. The first way in which “Attack” shows to never give up, is through the actions of the mom. The mom went outside and saw their whole chicken pen all bloody, the text says “I'm going to check around the house first” and after that Laine says “Me too” which shows not only one person cares and is being brave.
Liam spotted a big cave to hide in and saw his opportunity. He jumped up and dashed to the cave as fast as a kid would run downstairs on Christmas morning. Sadly, he wasn’t fast enough. The ship landed on the ground and three cheetahwhaleapines got out and chased after Liam. At this point Liam had been gone for a couple hours and Chase began to worry about him.
Because of this The Great Mystery (Kitchi-Manitou) formed the great flood that covered the entire land that Mother Earth has in water which destroyed all living man and most of the animals. Only the central figure (Nanaboozhoo) floated on a log looking for land with few birds and animals flying and swimming around them. Nanaboozhoo allowed for the birds and other animals to come aboard their log to rest. Nanaboozhoo decided to dive into the water and grab some earth from the bottom and bring it back so they can make a new land to live on. After being underwater for a long time Nanaboozhoo surfaced with no earth.
R/s she went to pick Jabari up and when she called Crystal to find out why Jabari was locked out of the home Crystal just laughed. R/s Crystal was shocked that she was outside with Jabari. R/s Crystal’s explanation was that she was going to beat Jabari but he ran out of the house. R/s this morning @ 5:15 am Jabari called to say he was outside and he has been locked out since 2 am this morning. R/s Jabari said he was being chase so he ran outside.
“Ultimately, trying to stay alive long enough to return home in one piece was the only thing that made any sense at all.” This quote shows that most soldiers had people and loved ones waiting for them at home and making it out of this war alive was really the only goal of the war entirely, dying would be to leave everything and everyone you know behind. Sometimes soldiers begin to fear death so much that they leave their platoons to try and escape the war, while there are others that fear death to the point they don’t want to move at all knowing that there are landmines, snipers, boobytraps and ambushes pretty much everywhere. “When a nation goes to war it must have reasonable confidence in the justice and imperative of its cause, you can’t fix your mistakes. Once people are dead, you can’t make them undead.” To me O’brien uses this quote to explain that Vietnam was a pointless war that our country entered and because of that they must live with the deaths of every soldier there, the only goal of the Vietnam war was to survive. The fear of death got so intense that men ultimately thought death was the only way to escape.
He also tries to make sure everyone gets rescued and wanted everyone to stay alive as long as possible. In the end Ralph starts to act like Piggy. Ralph is strong and kind of a bully to Piggy at the beginning. He was the other civilized character. At the beginning, Ralph uses a conch shell to call a meeting of all the boys (p 17).
Infants were tossed into the air and used as targets for the machine guns”(6) The soldiers without even a single thought threw the babies up and shoot them as if though this was a sport. This was shown so the prisoners would be even more scared in the camp. With all of this going on Elie didn’t lose his
Louie had been resilient by changing his lifestyle, since he had been habituated to his lifestyle in the POW camps, Louie’s wife made him come to Billy Graham’s tent to hear him preach. After hearing him, he had then decided to clean up his act. The text says, “In the spring of 1948, Cynthia became pregnant. Louie was excited, but the prospect of more responsibility filled him with guilt and despair. He drank ever harder.
On the other hand you can analyze the actions that George did and you can say that they were not very human decisions. George killed his best friend because Lennie killed a person and was going to get into more problems but nevertheless can not say that this is justified. George always told Lennie all the plans they had together, like buying a ranch, he was always keeping it with the expectation that they were going to stay together forever. This quote is an example of how Lennie and George looked happy in the future. "O.K.
The Legend of Takoda Sly Fox was always slipping away from his tribe. He was known for disappearing, often for hours at a time. The great chief and his father, NAME never knew where he was, but he knew his son was safe, although only 12. The boy was very skilled, he could make fire with just a few sticks, he could build himself a shelter, but he was known all through the tribe for his amazing bow-and-arrow skills. His father, of course, was the one to teach him all of this, for he had to know if he were to be chief one day.