(although this doesn't seem to apply towards hazaras.) During the story Rahim Khan stated to Amir that “There is a way to be good again.” This quote refers to an event that happened elear in Amir’s life when he let his close acquaintance Hassan get raped for his own selfish gain. After not being able to deal with the guilt he then blamed Hassan for stealing and forced him and his father to leave out of shame. The one of the teachings of Pashtunwali is
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He stumbles upon a crime scene, involving two males and a female victim. In his anger, Elijah describes attacking the men, a release of anger he had been waiting for since leaving the house. Susan responds to her husbands story, with the simple quote “”So you were brave.” (Baxter, 23). He responds that yes, he was, but anyone else in his situation would have done the same thing. Susan replies to this statement of humility, with the subtly complimentary remark “”No…I don’t think so.”” (Baxter,
This can be seen in The Crucible when Hale attempts to convince the accused to confess to their crimes in order to save their lives even if they are wrongly accused. Hale says to Elizabeth Proctor “Goody Proctor, your husband is marked to hang this morning.” (The Crucible, Act IV, Miller, 131) when he initiates his attempt to convince Mrs. Proctor to influence John Proctor to confess. Hale has become frustrated with the court system and is now attempting to convince all of the accused to confess to a crime they didn’t do in order to save all of their lives. Another parallel between the incidents dramatized in The Crucible and the acts during the 1950’s due to McCarthyism is that in both instances, the community was extremely religion based. The Crucible was focused on Puritanism while the acts of McCarthyism were focused on Communism.
She also provides him with legal council, attempting to adjust his death penalty sentence. By the resolution of the movie, Matthew has reoriented his life towards God; however, he still perishes for his actions. “Dead Man Walking” demonstrates disparate levels of God’s grace, particularly judgement and redemption, through the lens of the people involved in Matthew’s case. Grace is illustrated in the movie predominantly through Sister Helen; the lack of grace is shown through the fathers of the victims. Sister Helen and Matthew correspond through letters before she finally goes to visit him in prison.
In Chapter Dos near the end, Antonio witnesses Lupito being shot right in front of him. After Antonio sees the shooting, the impact on him was massive. Although, no one except for Ultima knows that he saw the shooting, and when he comes home confused and scared, Ultima puts him to bed making sure he’s safe. That night, he has a dream about la llorona seeking his soul. Antonio’s mindset after this is different he seems slightly more mature throughout the book.
The author handles suspense well, making the reader anticipate what will happen next. She spends a couple of chapters writing about the dilemma at the courthouse involving the colored men from The Bottom and The White League gradually leads up to the horrific Colfax massacre. The massacre is described in great detail. The reader is transported into the civil war era and can practically hear the gunshots being fired, can see the men being killed in cold blood leaving their lifeless bodies on the ground in the aftermath. When Israel Smith cheats death again after being brutally beaten and shot in the eye the reader doesn 't know if he will live or die.
I just watched. Paralyzed.” (Hosseini 73) Amir is a coward, and he is afraid of what will happen to him if he speaks on behalf of Hassan. As an adult looking back, Amir realizes that this was a turning point in his life. Furthermore, when he and Soraya were at Baba’s funeral, he shares a scene with Soraya where he opens up, “Soraya pulled me close and the tears finally came.” (Hosseini 185) Amir and Soraya are together for Baba’s passing and that helps Amir stay together. Amir cried in Soraya’s arms, which is something the book, only shows him doing one other time; this shows intimacy and a very close bond between the two.
At the burial ground, after the mother has finally been buried, emotions isolated, as Darl was about to be taken to the mental institution after the family had declared that he was crazy. The Bundren’s plan was to send Darl to Jackson to a mental institution. As Darl was being taken away Dewey Dell and Jewel suddenly attack him. Cash narrated this scene and he was surprised when Dewey Dell violently attacked Darl because in his perspective he thought that Dewey Dell liked Darl better than anyone else in the family. He states, “But the curiousest thing was Dewey Dell.
Bryon and Cathy are at the hospital with her dad after M&M has been admitted. Bryon takes Cathy home then returns to his own home where he is looking for a cigarette. While looking, he finds Mark’s bottle of drugs and is so upset because it reminds him of M&M that Bryon calls the police. The police arrest Mark and Bryon testifies against him at trial. Mark goes to jail for five years but his attitude is so bad he eventually ends up in prison.
Amir watched his best friend get assaulted and turned the other way and ran. He then set Hassan up to be accused for stealing money and a watch from Amir. But then, he made the right decision and decided to save Sohrab who is related to Hassan. The actions that Amir exemplified are important for society to look back on because from the very beginning, a decision that will not be regretted must be chosen. People can get caught when trying to fix there mistake just as Amir did.