Luke feels left out and should have a choice to be a citizen and go outside no matter what the law says. The tone in the “Among The Hidden” is sad and lonely.It is sad and lonly because Luke is forced to stay inside a black room with no windows or light. The darkness of his room explains the sad and scary tone. “He hadn’t left the house in a week now, and could almost hear the outdoors calling him.”(Haddix p24) The author really explains how luke had no fun and never sees the light. “But now he wasn’t even allowed in the same room
Antigone was on a mission and she did not care whether she was going to die or not trying to bury her brother. Creon did not have a mission however, he did not mean to have all of this happen to him. He was blinded by his power and his pride so much that he ended up having what’s left of his family killed. He wasn’t going to be a hero like Antigone but instead he was going to live on with the city of Thebes turned against him and conclusively living alone possibly for the rest of his
Forcing Mattie to leave is Zeena’s desperate attempt at solving the love triangle. Zeena hoped that Mattie leaving would guide Ethan and Zeena back to their original relationship without distractions. However, Zeena could not have anticipated that the lovers’ prospective separation is needed for them to confess their feelings for each other and the culmination of the painful saga. The story comes to a climax when Mattie says “we’d never have to leave each other any more” referring to their suicide and unity in death (Wharton 63). Ethan agrees to her solution and the problem of their living apart is solved.
Another way Mrs.Dubose is courageous is “I wanted you to see what real courage is ...see it through no matter what”(Lee 149). That takes courage and bravery to know she would willingly suffer just to be addiction free. All the time Jem was reading to her, she probably never heard a single word because she was focused on the clock and craving for morphine.So this is why I think her courageous and brave because she did not take the easy way out, she took the hard way and suffered, but she died a happy person because she achieved her goal to get rid of her addiction before she died. Jem and Scout did not know anything that she was going through they just thought she was some foul and mean person that disrespected their dad. But only understood when Atticus explained what she went through and the pain and
In addition, we should honour the victim's family and allow them to come to closure. Abolition of double jeopardy would at least increase the chances of closure for the grieving family instead of just cutting of everything after the verdict. Think of their unimaginable agony they go through, the murderer of their loved ones allowed to roam the streets. Their persistence in the search for new evidence should be encouraged, helping the state improve their justice
After trying to deny being married off she finally agreed to marry Paris, but she will have to take the potion sooner, but she has no way to communicate this to Romeo. Romeo, unknowing of the circumstances, decided that before he left he needed a backup plan. He decided to get a vile of poison to kill himself if he is unable to get Juliet back. Since the sale of poison is illegal and punishable by death, he finds a poor apothecary that will do anything for money and has him make a batch of his strongest poison for Romeo. The apothecary tells Romeo that he is only doing this because he is poor, not because it is the right thing to do in “My poverty but not my will consents” (5.1.
The execution of the murder, well not heal the victim’s family heart. Their trauma and memories well come to mind every time they’ll think of their sincere love one. Instead of wasting funds and resources for criminals, and their promising death penalty sentences. Why not, use the money to aid families heart, with consoling sessions. They’ll later understand that not everyone is cruel, and they’ll find peace and closure.
This motivated them to make plans to help other survivors when they are released, as they never want to stop helping others in need. When Betsie dies, Corrie is at first devastated, but then realizes that Betsie is free from her suffering; she has been saved and is in heaven. Her restored faith had helped her after the war, and the rest of her life. Had Corrie lost faith, or never had faith, be able to survive through the Holocaust? While the answer is impossible to say, it is likely possible the ten Booms would of never taken in Jews, or would have stopped when it was considered a major crime.
Normalizing death is considered an excuse exit and signifies that society’s run on earth is soon to end. The point of prosperity is to not let the world get so horrible that people would want to die in the first place for the “Soylent Green” scenario. So while these doomsday activists see this ghastly vision of the future, they fail to learn the real
This is the Ultimate Boon because the goal of the hero is to kill Medusa which will help his mother. The Unconditional Love in this myth is when Perseus kills Polydectes. This is Unconditional love because Perseus goes through many things to help save his mother from the king. This is all in the last paragraph’s last sentence where it says that Perseus had helped his mother. Perseus shows that he is a hero from completing the stage Initiation.
Nothing was in its correct place. Grease covered rags laid on the tables in the small crowded waiting room. Outside of the shop tons and tons of broken down vehicles sat for as long as I can remember and were never worked on. The locals would stop buy for oil changes or tire rotations. For the longest of times this was my image of what Mechanics and their work space looked
In essence, the cons of staying at Valley Forge outweighed the Pros. For one, the soldier 's living quarters were lacking in quality in a variety of ways. Each hut had only "one door at the end and no windows" (Background Essay). When the fireplace was lit, smoke was a major
She is faced with helping her husband make the biggest and most final choice in his life so far. Since they have been apart for a while, separated by prison, it would be incredibly easy for her to say that he should live and give up his good name just so she can still have her husband and her kids have their father. It would be incredibly difficult for her to see John for a few minutes after a long time apart and say he can sacrifice himself for the greater good. However, she sees the situation as that: him sacrificing himself for the greater good. She is also strong enough to admit part of the blame is her own, that she has a hand in the guilt he feels about their relationship.
The final and most pressing reason Jonas needed to leave is for love, for color. Everyone in the community was leading dull emotionless lives and they did not realize it. Jonas realized the importance of these things, the beauty of color, the amazingness of love. He and the Giver knew the misery of living without it. "Do you know that I no longer see colors?