This fellow is a danger to the people in the community. This poor elderly man misunderstood Billy. Just because Billy was agitated, that doesn’t give him the right to ruthlessly punch the unfortunate old man. The final reason is Billy committed murder.
The point is, is that Dally is the hero. He wasn’t the most cheerful person or nice person. But he did save the day when the time was needed and for that reason, he is the hero. His death was tragic and utterly sad, but he wanted it too happen so he did.
This man clearly didn't want to get in this murder. In depth, this quote thoroughly explains that this person is cruel and selfish because if he would’ve at least tried to help, Kitty would've had the chance to live. Just like this eyewitness, there have been many more selfish people like him in the community. For example, one person was sleeping and heard a noise. He claims that he heard a noise and woke up.
This novel was an emotional read because of the unfair killing of Jefferson, but it was also a great learning experience because it teaches the reader to try and help others during difficult times. During the time that this event took place there was still racial discrimination, therefore Jefferson was not given a fair trial. He did steal the money, but he did not kill the people in the store. Jefferson knew that stealing was wrong, but he was poor and saw that no one was around to say anything so he took it. Due to this wrong decision he believes that he is a hog who deserves to die.
This hurts Ethan in the future because when he needs help from the Rangers, they refuse since he abandoned them and has been charged with murder of the store owner. Another flaw of Ethan’s is that since he doesn’t trust anyone but himself, he often doesn’t tell people
It is clear that Dr. Frankenstein is in a regretful mindset when he states, “I suffered living torture.” Meaning that he knew it was never Justine who killed William. However, he would never be able to speak up because he is fearful that he will be perceived as mad by his family and by the public. This was just one of the consequences that Frankenstein has to face due to his creation. Frankenstein also recognizes the fact that it is ultimately his own fault that William has died and that Justine will be wrongly sentenced for his death.
A similarity between the two was that even if they didn't know their fate, they eventually died. The two characters also faced trials that made the the isolation of the tragic hero, Macbeth had to kill the people around him when his masculinity was threatened as well as the crown. This eventually lead Macbeth to become mad, he was the only one seeing Banquo's ghost leaving his face his guilt all alone until it consumed him. However, Susie was left to alone in the afterlife debating to move forward and forgive her murder, each day still holding onto family and childhood as a reason not to
Bob Ewell hates Atticus with the entirety of his heart. Bob Ewell, abiding by his oath, attacked Jem and Scout on their way home from a halloween party. Scout does not understand how Bob Ewell dies in all the confusion. Although, when discussing the event with Atticus, Heck Tate assumed that the attacking ended with Bob falling “his own knife. He killed himself” (366).
Completely revolted by the actions of his father releasing a baby, he realizes that the people of his community truly don’t have a mind of their own; they don’t know how horrible it is to kill and release people and he wants that to change. He also knew that if he stayed and the people around him didn’t know how horrible the community was he would be miserable. Jonas tells The Giver of is feeling and together they make a plan to release the memories Jonas received to the community. Knowing entirely that this plan he had made was barely possible and if he was caught he would most likely be killed. “Yes,” he told The Giver.
The trail of deaths taken by Chigurh disgusts Bell as the sheriff. He does not understand the motive behind such killings. Chigurh takes peoples’ life without a second thought, his actions brings out life in the universe as hopeless, worthless, and one that can be taken by other powerful human beings. Bell also watches Chigurh making away with the bag of money after he had killed both Moss and his wife. Chigurh places money before life, which to to him is
Authors use literary devices to help the reader understand the message or theme. Literary devices are a key hint as to what the author is trying to tell the reader instead of just flat out stating the lesson or message. Throughout "Live to Tell", "Refresh, Refresh", and "Man From the South" the author 's use suspense to show the emotions the characters are feeling. There is a lot of emotion portrayed throughout "Live to Tell" by Lisa Gardner. The author uses suspense to show that Evans mom Victoria is fearful of what he would do if she did something to make him agitated.
Griffin had almost personally witnessed the murdering of a homosexual man in Maine, and Himmler’s orders had killed Heinz. Before the two men were murdered, they both were in anguish over their lovers. These two homosexual men also share the same pasts in a way because they had similar lives of being homosexual, losing a lover, and being murdered. Although it was Himmler’s command and notion to capture and kill thousands of Jews and homosexuals, he “did not like to watch the suffering of his own prisoners” (256). This juxtaposition is powerful because it meant that he did not wish to witness the consequences of his decisions and refused to accept responsibility for the deaths that he had caused.
Seen throughout the book, Of Mice and Men, the character development of the main character, Lennie, was changing to a more violent and uncontrollable human, and foreshadowed his death. Since Lennie killed Curley’s wife he was a fugitive, and anyone who killed him is just. In the novel of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, the character George is justified in killing Lennie because of his actions caused by his disabilities allowing for a better life. George’s decision on killing Lennie was the right one.
My daddy died.. of the epidemic flu and I never had a thing to do with it. ’”(pg 148). The reader does not expect this information to be revealed. Subsequent to this revelation, the reader had been constantly bombarded with negative notions of the killer. This scene serves as an abrupt break of negative feelings towards the killer, and instead this animosity is replaced with subtle sympathy.
If you killed someone, would you run away? Johnny Cade and Ponyboy Curtis killed someone and ran away in the novel The Outsiders written by S.E. Hinton. Johnny’s choices had the greatest impact of Ponyboy’s life and relationship with others because they had to run away after bob’s murder. After Johnny died, he had a negative impact on Ponyboy’s life after he died in the hospital. Ponyboy blacked out his death and refused to accept what happened.