Another theme goes to that celebrities even Gilda Gray a very famous dancer attends the party. The last theme goes to Gatsby when everyone has left; he has a hollow feeling inside. The party is very extravagant so everything is done with a lot of motion quick and fast. “While his station wagon scampered like a brisk yellow bug to meet all train.” (pg. 39) This goes to thought
Now the only thing Jed had standing in his way was the money to ride the bus to the school and facing his father. He decided that he would be able to pay for the bus fee by selling some of his carvings and it just so happened that his town was opening a craft store for tourists to stop in and get some homemade goods. The day Jed decided to tell his father he was actually okay with him not working in the mines which really surprised Jed. That same day the mine collapsed and the last two men to come out were Jed's father and his friend Tommy's dad. Jed's father had actually gone back into the fallen mine to get miles.
A person walks by moments later with a small boombox blasting an old hip-hop song. The song that was playing was Slick Rick’s "Children's Story". I find this amusing because I still can’t believe that people walk around neighborhoods blasting music out of a large device on their shoulders; people usually do this with their phones. He walked by and rapped in English “There lived a lil' boy who was misled by another lil' boy and this is what he said: ‘Me and you, Ty, we gonna make some cash Robbin' old folks and makin' tha dash’”. He danced nodded his head with the rhythm and proceeded to walk through the park.
Tom thinks about how if he dies, the only thing in his pocket will be a sheet of paper with calculations and observations about a grocery story. He thinks about how to the people that find him, it will mean nothing. He thinks to himself, “Contents of the dead man’s pockets, he thought with a sudden fierce anger, a wasted life.” (p 123) He realizes that he has wasted his life focusing on things that are not important. He then sets his priorities straight. With his number one priority in mind, “He shot his arm forward toward the glass, and he said, ‘Clare!” (p 124).
A huge line of people stretched all the way around the building. I stood there in the April heat, causally chit chatting with my boyfriend Max. We talked about which songs we wanted to hear the most, if we would see any of the members before the show, and how the crowd would be. We passed the time by taking pictures of our fast paced surroundings, and sharing a slurpee to keep us cool from the heat. After a long wait, we were finally able to move into the venue.
His parents were yelling that they wouldn’t go anywhere until Dante interrupted “Mom, Dad, please let’s just go it’s gotta be somethin important.” His eyes looked so cloudy that at any moment he might just break down. His parents quiet down and get back in the car while the officer goes over to some other officer and is handed a rainbow patterned bag. His brother Ezra’s BackPack. They’re slowly riding down the road when his mother starts to break down in tears just saying “Please not my baby, not my Ez.” Dante looked towards his father and could see a singular tear scroll down his cheek. They’re in front of the station so they pull in and park right in front of the door and they wait for the officer to pull up.
William Shakespeare once said “When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry.” In the book The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt, Holling Hoodhood was walking down one of the school halls tormented about all of the posters (put up by Doug Swieteck’s brother) of himself in the play The Tempest. In the poster Holling was featured wearing yellow luminous tights with accompanying feathers on the butt. If this was me I would get harassed so much that i would feel very heavy-hearted. At the end of the chapter Holling was walking down the same hall happily because he is cherishing the smiles that he got by saving his sister after pushing her ambitiously out of the way of the out of control bus.
Johnny shows qualities of a hero even in what others think is a crime. When Ponyboy gets into an argument with his older brother Darry, he decides to walk to the park and back with Johnny to cool off (52). Shortly after they arrive at the park, the socs they aggravated earlier by picking up their girls came to ‘teach them a lesson’.
Blamed Once upon a time in a neighborhood 10 minutes away from school, Joey a tall kid with black hair and green eyes and his friends Chris, Bill, and Hayley were hanging by the skate park when they heard kids starting to laugh. They looked toward the street and saw a group of high school kids. They were carrying plastic bags Joey was wondering what they were laughing about and what was in the bag. So he said “see you guys later “ and left. He skated over to them except they stopped and said “ready”, “ready”.
As we pulled out Neyha and her friends piled candy on me, since I was “too old” to trick-or-treat. I was definitely thankful, but I felt like I’d stolen their loot, so as they left together in their car I waved enthusiastically, even going so far as to make a heart as we passed them. The result was so instantaneous and crazy that I couldn’t help but laugh a bit. They all started freaking out and bounced up and down, poking each other and waving back until they turned down the road and into the night. I settled back into my seat with a grin, watching as the local people’s mouths dropped open like fish upon seeing my face, causing me to smirk.
“This man has no money to even pay his house how can he take care of his daughters!” The officer exclaimed. “That’s it ha how funny I’m rich I can pay the young fellow!” I tried to sound rich only I sounded as though I just got in a car accident. My voice sounded parched. I gave the man money so he wouldn’t get arrested and he gave me his will of marrying one of his daughters. I walk inside his house and 3 girls greet me and the first 2 and the oldest 2 scream at the sight of me.
Goodman and a few others had decided that they would go to the mall and pick up some well needed snacks at the mall. Upon pulling out of the baseball team 's practice field parking lot, John Goodman and his best friend, Jesse Johnson, were too impatient to wait on the semi truck to pass before bolting out onto the slick wet pavement. The tires of Jesse’s sparkling blue corvette lost traction which caused the tires to spin. The entire team watched as the monstrous semi truck plowed into Jesse’s