When forced into a situation, some people crush under the pressure, but others prevail through it. This is proven in the story The Rights to the Streets of Memphis when a boy, the narrator, overcomes his fear. In the beginning of the short story, the narrator’s family is not able to provide food to put on the table. When the mother finally gets a job, she sends the narrator to the store to get food where he is attacked by a gang of boys. After being attacked multiple times, the narrator’s mother sends him back again, but this time he fights back against the boys.
I knew his parents weren 't going to be home he told me all the time about how they worked nights to take care of his little brothers during the day, i also knew that his brothers were at their grand mothers house like every friday so he was home alone. I rang his doorbell and he answered and let me inside to talk. But i 'm not dumb i knew he wanted to talk about forgiving him make up a bullshit excuse as to why he did it and repeat the same thing he had done again. Sure enough i was right and i turned him down and went to my car, pulled out the gun in my dad 's glove box walked in, went up behind him and shot him in the shoulder so he wouldn 't run. I next shot him in the heart because i was saving the next girls he would play and to avenge my broken one.
In the short story “Star Food” by Ethan Canin; Dade ,the main character, is plagued by his own curiosity. In the past his mother and father have been at odds as to what Dade should do with his time. When the story progresses Dade’s mother urges him to make a discovery whilst laying on the roof of their grocery store. On the other hand, his father urges hard-working values so that he can achieve a good life. At the end, Dade begins to intral himself with a old poor women, who regularly steals from the grocery store.
Scout ran to her father and Jem and Dill followed. Later, the mob dispersed after Scout talked to Mr.Cunningham. She made them realize that trying to take Mr. Robinson was wrong. Mayella Ewell was home alone when she asked Tom Robinson help her bust up a chiffarobe for a nickel. As she went in the house Mr. Robinson came up behind her a abused and took advantage of her.
In the beginning, Jeannette Wall begins her memoir by showing the audience a preview of her future. She is watching her mother Rose Mary search through the dumpster in New York while feeling ashamed of her parents live. After showing the audience of her future, she begins with her earliest childhood memory and works her way up to events that has affected her life. Throughout this section, she also introduces her family and allows the readers to view the way she was raised by her parents Rose Mary and Rex Walls. Growing up with an alcoholic father and having to starve when they couldn 't afford a plate of meal.
One day, after Connie’s parents left to a family barbeque, Arnold shows up at Connie’s house asking her to join him for a ride. After denying his request, Arnold becomes hostile and threatens to harm her family if she calls the police. Connie attempts to make a call but fails which results in her leaving with Arnold and the story ending. This story is important since it shows how girls need to be more careful and how the minds of people have changed
How this movie The Book Thief relate to the theme of Holocaust is because during the movie they keep a boy who has ran away from his home because they took over and they are trying to find all you. Come to he comes to this house where they accept him and take care of him because when he gets there he is really sick. The wife spoon feeds him soup which he pukes up but eventually learns how to digest. After a while he could not stay in the top one with everyone else so they moved him to the basement where he did not have a bed just a blanket and had to sleep on the floor. This is where he met a little girl named Lisa who showed him life and happiness.
The next day he was gone the lady said where is the kid that made my day. They took him to his adopted parents she was mad at them she said that she wanted to adopted the boy. They said that his name is jerry where is he the little boy that was at my house. i want him to be with me i the boy is going to be with me he is not here sir the boy was not here. the next day he saw him in the kitchen then she saw him go to the store then he did not come he was going crazy.
In The Glass Castle Jeannette Walls faces harsh stuff through her childhood because of her parents. In the beginning of the book she finds her mother digging through trash. She feels embarrassed, so she turns around and goes home without saying hello. Jeanette then calls her mother and asks to have dinner with her. She offers her mother help because she feels guilty, but her mother rejects her help.
He said "I was happy in Agua Prieta." Sometime afterward I asked my grandmother why she didn 't convince him to take the job. She said, "I did try, but your grandfather thought the people in Guadalajara were rude," and my mother told me that he argued with the hostel owner several times about the way she treated her servants. When his tour was over they all quickly packed their bags and flew back to Agua Prieta. My grandfather resumed his work, building structures made of dirt and straw.