Rudy tried to prevent this by saying,”Come on, Viktor, don’t do this to her. It’s me you’re after. I’ll do anything you want.”(Zusak 301). This shows how Rudy is telling Viktor that he will do anything as long as Viktor returns the book to Liesel and it shows how much Rudy cares about Liesel. However, as expected Rudy and Liesel did not pay and he threw it in the water.
In one of the scenes Ruby and her sister where sitting on a couch and the sister was telling Ruby that she should move on but Ruby replied “you’re not in any kind of situation to give advice about relationships” which shows how Ruby was not listening to her sister. The nephew also noticed that Derrick was missing and asked Ruby about him, he also asked what Derrick liked to do and Ruby told him that Derrick did dirt while she was watching it. I believe at that point Ruby started realizing that she should move
When Peter passes away in a tragic accident in a steel mill, that Rudy gets called into adventure. This event triggers Rudy to leave home and head to the University of Notre Dame in order to achieve his dream, regardless of his situation working against him. During the stage of separation, Rudy sets aside all the disadvantages and insists on being a football player at the University of Notre Dame, a dream finally initiated by his friend’s
Juror Three’s character background being the reason why he believes “Everyone knows this kid is guilty. He’s got to burn. We’re letting him slip through our fingers”, and why he has an intense passion to convict the defendant of murdering his father (Rose
Even through these times however, he never lost the selflessness that he possessed. In this portion of the story, it was time for everyone else to be careless and put themselves on the line. He would show his never ending carelessness by accepting it, and living for everyone else. Even when life brought hardships, Rudy Steiner lifted everyone else up, while keeping his head up. "Oh, crucified Christ, Rudy… I carried him softly through the broken street, with one salty eye and a heavy, deathly heart.
In Twelve Angry Men author, Reginald Rose, demonstrates the importance of not only serving on Jury Duty but a valuable life lesson for the jurors as well. Rose began the play with a description of twelve diverse men with twelve very unique personalities. Rose is trying to consult an illustration on why it’s important to see every piece of evidence by showing emotion through characters resolving them to argue and disagree. He is trying to show how even when you don't want to do something, put an extra 110% of your effort into it, the life of another, isn't something to joke around with. Jury duty is called upon and mandatory when you’re a U.S. citizen.
While Kelly is shown to be a bisexual who likes to have fun, she had, in fact, a deeper reason for it. She was married to her husband for forty nine years, while she loved him, she wants to enjoy the final few months of her life thus ending up in San Junipero and going to clubs, experiencing life. Yorkie also has that tragic background looming over her. Being from a conservative, religious family and paralyzed, she should have angst the whole way through the episode. However, what is brilliant about her character and the writing in the episode is that her past was only revealed near the end and her dialogues never once directly talked about.
He is a coach and a Language Arts teacher. Redmond had not allowed Shelly on the basketball team because she was too aggressive. Shelly’s caseworker, Jim Avery, helped Shelly by going up against Redmond. He tried to get Redmond to reconsider politely at first, but Redmond wasn’t going to allow this. While Shelly was describing this to Bo, she said: “Redmond said that after he saw how willing I was to mix it up, he had requested my records and decided he couldn’t afford to have someone poisoning the team’s morale…” (140) This made her have an emotional break down, steal her mother’s car, and drive one hundred miles an hour down the freeway before it flipped over and rolled off the road.
Furthermore she falsely accuses Brody of killing Arthur Geiger. She utilizes this accusation to frame Brody but also as counter blackmail for how he blackmailed her. She is trying to get back at him and demonstrate her power, showing that she can do the same back to him. Using the gun and the false accusation she is trying to use violence as a means of attaining