The council talks to one another about how he should be punished and that they should destroy it, so Equality grabs his box and runs to the Uncharted Forest. At the end of chapter seven, Equality says, “We have lied to ourselves. We have not built this box for the good of our brothers. We built it for its own sake.” (Rand, 76). Equality, after his disastrous show and tell, seems to realize he wasn’t inspired to create for his brothers after all.
On page 190, it says “I didn’t see how they could find Sam guilty, he’d fought for three years, he’d risked his life, how could they decide to punish him for something he hadn’t done? It just didn’t make sense.” This shows that many people die unfairly. The general don’t care for their soldiers as much as they should. They don’t give any soldiers the justice they deserve. This is unfair to many families because their sons die without glory.
As the same as Simba, Hamlet didn’t know his father was actually murdered. Both character do in the end find out the true behind their father's passing and take action to make it right. The other few difference between the characters is that Hamlet continued on being depressed and never moved on never “Putting he past behind him”. Where as Simba learn to putting it into the past and move on with his life and be happy with his new friends.
He lived in an upper middle class family with everyday luxuries, but he never had the best relationship with his father. Chris' father had secretly created and had another whole family with another woman he had cheated on his mother with. Chris wanted nothing to do with his family after finding that out. So what makes Chris a Hero? McCandless is a visionary.
Even so, Porthos had to admit he wasn 't pleased with his own behaviour these past few days. How could he have mistrusted the Captain? Treville was like a surrogate father, not only for him, but for the entire garrison. Treville was a just and honourable man, and Porthos should have remembered the Captain would never have accepted him if he didn 't truly belong. People often questioned the presence of some Musketeers in the regiment.
In this short story, Terry’s father was in the Vietnam War, and now he has vietnam syndrome. His father having this sickness frequently embarrasses him. But the problem is that Terry knows nothing about the sickness and whenever he asks his mother about it she tells him nothing. This got him interested he researched about it but he never found the answers he was looking for. So he got up the courage to ask his father.
In The things They Carried, by Tim O’brien in that field there are two people that take responsibility for Kiowa’s death, whether it be directly or indirectly, they truly had not no control of what would happen that night. Jimmy Cross blames him self for the death of Kiowa because he chose the position and listened to the orders from the top. He could have lied and change their location to protect his men but he did not. The other solider who took responsibility was the young boy that was never named. The boy had been distracted and had a lapse in his judgment.
Basically, ever since Finny broke his leg, he has never been wanted or accepted by any regiment of the army. Since Finny is not able to fight, he had begun to start telling himself that the war was just a joke, made up by fat, old men. These actions by Finny were sparked by jealousy, and the author did this to stir empathy of the story. If you were in Finny’s shoes, wouldn 't you probably think the same way? To have this very important war raging on, and you are not physically capable to fight for your own country?
Huck quickly realizes he has no place in society, when Tom and him decide to start a gang. However, in order to become a member, one must consent to the murdering of their families if one breaks the rules. When one of the boys call out, “Here’s Huck Finn, he hain’t got no family, what you going to do ‘bout him?” Huck starts to realize that he has never had caring and loving parents that he would have to feel obligated not to kill (Twain 6). His father, who is known as the town’s drunk, has physically and mentally abused Huck all his life, which has given him no sense of direction. Huck describes the abusive and cruel relationship he has with Pap when he says, “He used to always whale me when he was sober and could get his hands on me; though I used to take to the woods most of the time when he was around”(Twain 9).
Even though they never supported him, they feared for their lives in the aftermath of the war. Frank explained to Lt. Thomas that he had come to think of him as a father figure and didn’t know how to tell him that he was Hitler’s nephew. As Lt. Thomas helped the families board a truck, he couldn’t help but think “What if Hitler had survive?” Would he have killed his own
So you could say that this topic before this course was a bit taboo to me. I do have some homosexual family members, but no one in my family has ever came out about wanting to have a sex change. Therefore, Jennifer 's story did surprise me at first, because it was the first actual story I have read about someone who went through with this lifestyle change. I still do not fully understand why a man who is older and seems content with his wife, family and kids could even have a family in the first place, and then plan on completely changing his gender. Why would anyone, especially James, want to become a woman, and knowingly have something seriously alter their entire life at such an old age?