Jacob did everything he could but he basically got kicked of the circus. The conflict was resolved one night when the animals got loose and Jachob’s elephant smashed in Augusts head and killed him. Marlena and Jacob got married and joined another circus with their elephant and horses from the Benzini
Poppy Pym and the Pharaoh’s curse is a mystery book filled with wonder, mistakes and tricks. This book has many characters with extraordinary ability’s. As an example, Ingrid (One of Poppy’s new best friends), has the ability to memorize things almost as instantly as she sees it, and Poppy, she can do acrobatics and many tricks her other fellow students cannot. In the beginning the story takes place at Poppy Pyms family Circus but soon changes to St. Smithens boarding school. Poppy’s family is a family of circus performers which is what makes her much more different that all of the other students at school.
First love can be portrayed through many different things such as one’s first long-term pet or somebody’s first real relationship or even finding a new hobby that one loves. In Erin Morgenstern’s novel The Night Circus, Marco Alisdair and Celia Bowen are competing against each other where only one will remain alive and a character named Bailey Clarke finally figuring out what he wants to do with his life as his passion for the circus grows even more as he gets older. The relationship between Marco and Celia end up causing a very dramatic ending to the novel where all the people who are part of the circus have to come together to save what they love and make sacrifices. The theme of first love effectively captures the meaning of Erin Morgenstern’s novel The Night Circus through the
If younger kids drink too much they can die from alcohol poisoning. Another reason not to be able to buy alcohol is that people don’t stop at one drink. They get drunk and drive. This causes accidents. It could save a lot of lives if people were not able to buy alcohol, get drunk, and drive.
Many citizens did not want to compromise their right to choose to drink alcohol. Instead some of them drank illegally at speakeasies. They called it a speakeasy because people would have to whisper a secret word to be able to get in. Many speakeasies had hidden compartments that hid their alcohol for when the police came to expect (Speakeasies). Some speakeasies had hidden compartments that were not as well hidden than others.
They took advantage that everyone in town knew there was a flesh-and blood angel at their place to make money. “...Pelayo and Elisenda were happy with fatigue, for less than a week they had crammed their rooms with money and the line of pilgrims waiting their turn to enter still reached beyond the horizon.”(365) Also, while the family used the money from displaying the angel to build themselves a two-story mansion but paid no attention was given to where the actual angel was staying. Living conditions for the angel actually become worse. “..the sun and rain caused the collapse of the
It says “there’s many ways he could have got rabies; at that time period they were many people getting it from bats”. He could have gotten rabies anywhere, maybe even on the way to Baltimore. Also, Dr. Benitez says “Poe refused alcohol in the hospital when they tried to give it to him and could only drink water with difficulty”. If Poe was drunk, he would have taken the drink, and also, rabies victims are afraid of water. Dr. Jerome also says “the writer was so sensitive to alcohol that a glass of wine would make him ill”.
For some people dealing was the only way they could make money if they couldnt get an actual job “Responding to the public's desire, gangs in the cities organized and delivered the liquor.” (McNeill). Even though the selling of liquor was illegal it provided jobs for those who couldn't make an income. It was a way for those who didn't have jobs to provide for their families so they could buy food and pay for shelter. But at the same time they risked going to jail and leaving their families. Also since Al Capone was known for getting into trouble, to try and take some of the attention away from that he opened soup kitchens “Hoping to gain favorable publicity and help the city's people, he opened a soup kitchen at 935 South State Street.
The Greasers did not have a curfew.On the other hand, not having a curfew could lead into drugs, and gangs. The Greasers did not have a curfew, and they attend drugs and having gand fights. When teens don’t accept a curfew, they will stay out as behindhand as possible, which leads to breaking the laws with friends. The article states that “Cities and towns should have curfews.A curfew allows less time to get in trouble with gangs, alcohol, and things like that.” Having a curfew leads to not dealing with illegal things. When a teen does not have a curfew, it leads to frequently seeing cops.
Theme Symbolism for Elephants Usually in a novel, a theme is something that helps the reader infer what the main ideas are by finding common threads throughout the story. In the novel, Water for Elephants, the theme of love is hard to miss, despite all the circus cruelties and tragedies. Young Jacob falls instantly in love with Marlena, the trick horse rider. Later Marlena works with Rosie, the elephant, with whom both Jacob and Marlena fall in love. It is their love of animals that pulls the two love-birds together.
Once again, these near death experiences could have been avoided. Finally, Ralph encountered many painful things as a result of the move to Colorado. While mowing fields, Ralph was sent flying off of the mower, breaking nine of his toes. Also, during the first week of school, a second grader named Freddie beat up Ralph, all because his mother wouldn 't let him fight back. Another time at school, Ralph was forced to ride a hard-bucking donkey, was sent flying off, and skinned his face.
Firstly, the organizers were going to lose a large amount of money that could’ve went towards the making of the recording studio. The second effect was that the news spread quickly about the free concert and an estimated one million people began heading to Max Yasgurs farm. None of the organizers planned for nearly half a million people to arrive. The highways nearby became parking lots because people got tired of waiting in the traffic. The people abandoned their cars and walked the rest of the way.