Mr. Shelby was not a Christian but he was greatly influenced by his wife – Emily Shelby who was a faithful Christian. Therefore, Mr. Shelby was very kind and knew that slavery was illegally restricting individual’s freedom. Unfortunately, he still turned a blind eye to the evilness in slavery. Harriet Beecher Stowe established a figure like Mr. Shelby to imply how strong slavery’s influence was even in front of ones who knew it was detrimental and many kind masters like Mr. Shelby were not brave enough to fight against it. Then refer to St. Clare, he was better than Mr. Shelby because he would never harm his servants and even help those in need.
With this in mind, john proctor was not a loyal man towards his family. It was not right for proctor to turn on his wife Elizabeth just for the little bit of lust he was wanting at the moment. Despite his past Proctor did well in the end and admitted to his mistakes. ' 'And there 's your first marvel that I can. ' ' Proctor 1146.John Proctor is a courageous person he accepted his path and made his ending right with his wife and family but still served his consequences in the end.
Chapter 6 – 6/29/15 Pap continues to threaten Huck for going to school, but Huck goes just to offend his father. Pap also sues Judge Thatcher for possessing Huck’s fortune, which he wants for himself. In addition, he continues to get drunk. One day, Pap kidnapped Huck and took him to a wood cabin deep in the woods where no one will find them. There, the two hunt and fish while Pap drinks booze.
A human life is considered to be the most important thing to a person and the overall idea of life is not something to be tampered with. Also, Lennie had a few mental disabilities that made certain tasks more hard for him, so killing him was not the way to go because Lennie with his mental disabilities cannot be blamed for his actions because his action was out of his control. Lennie is overall a good man, and this is also explained in the book by Candy, “ He 's such a nice fella. I didn 't ' think he 'd do nothing like this"(Steinbeck 94). Lennie should not be held accountable for his crimes due to his special circumstances.
He did not understand the difference between him and Jim. Jim was a slave and also a good friend of Huck. Jim formulates a plan of escape and to help with the escape was Huck. Huck and Jim also had many similarities in their situation. They even respected each other’s differences.
Jim is a family man while Huck is becoming a man without a family. In addition to Jim’s challenges being a narrator, he is known to misinterpret things. Looking earlier into the book, there was a story about King Soloman who had wives who quarreled about whose child was whose, so Soloman made a decision to cut the baby in half to see who cared. Jim took from this story that it’s wrong to cut babies in half; although Jim isn’t wrong, he misinterpreted the main point of that biblical passage. In terms of Jim being a reliable narrator, he would be as reliable as he could be, being Jim.
When Jim found a bod that is vulgar to look at, he protects Huck from looking at the body because he is just a boy and Jim knows that children should not witness these kind of foul things in life. This also shows that Jim is a father figure because Jim is hiding the daunting appearance of the dead body. This shows that Jim is trying not to scare Huck by showing him something “gashly.” Jim is portraying himself as a kind of father character. The book, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, is an interesting and a marvelous read for anyone. As the book progresses in displaying the runaway slave’s and the white boy’s relationship, it also gives of the impression of Jim as a father kind of figure for Huck.
I think he chose this passage because it is not a trust like an earthly friendship. This is a trust of letting God lead you anywhere because God knows best. Jeremiah 29:11 says “For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord, plans to prosper and not to harm, plans to give you hope and a future.” god’s plans might not seem to be helping but look at Joseph for an example. He got sent into slavery by his own brothers! but he didn’t lose heart.
Furthermore, this demonstrates how people trusted Hans with pertinent information. Liesel trusted her papa even more after this encounter, Hans knew to keep this a secret to protect Liesel’s feelings. With all the negativity and poorness in Hans’ life, he would have been expected to respond negatively, but in reality, Hans did the complete opposite. Hans Hubermann showed his morals, a comforting essence, and trustworthiness despite living under horribly negative conditions. Under the tireless regime of Adolf Hitler, Hans clung to his personal beliefs.
Lennie was not the smartest of the two, but that doesn 't give him the authority to do bad things and not have any repercussions afterwards. If George wanted to keep his jobs before, he should have been more strict on Lennie and disciplined him when Lennie was in the wrong. George 's lack of responsibility was one of the key reasons why the American dream didn 't work,George is responsible for Lennie, but you also