On page 130, George says to Tom “‘I didn't mean to interrupt your lunch,’ he said. ‘But I need money pretty bad and I was wondering what you were going to do with your old car.’” George was pretty desperate for money. Two characters who are both different and alike at the same time are Tom Buchanan and George Wilson. The two important men in the story help author, F. Scott Fitzgerald describe the true nature of men. From the novel The Great Gatsby, the true nature of men can be interpreted in many ways.
When Frederick was transferred to the hospital in Milan he tipped the stretcher carriers even though he was upset at the lady in the front. This is a kind and respectful thing to do, due to the circumstances. Frederick not taking his anger out on the stretcher carriers was what Frederick believed to be the right thing; which it was. Frederick still paid and tipped the barber even though the barber was ready to kill him for believing he was a traitor. He didn’t trust the barber but he still paid him for his job and tipped him for his time.
My favorite character in the Goonies is Mikey who is alway sick in the movies. He was the want who started to look for the treasure of OneEye Willy to save their house before it turn into a golf course. He show us how smart and helpful he is on the way to find the treasure. I thought he was a good character to write about because he was the one who started the hunt for the treasure but when I was writing this I was thinking that he not my one favorite character in the Goonies . I also like Chunk the funny kid in their group.
Theme You will fail any story writing assignment, if you don 't have a theme that will get the reader thinking. Theme is an important aspect of a good story, and makes the story beneficial to the reader. In the lottery and examination day, themes are a big part of the story, and makes the reader ponder. A possible lesson that can be driven from the lottery is don 't follow anything blindly; while not knowing if what you are doing has meaning or not; don 't be so resistant to something you don 't know why your doing. As the narrator says in the story, “Mr summers spoke frequently to the villagers about making a new box, but no one liked to upset even as much tradition as was represented by the black box.” This shows that the villagers are resistant to change.
Antony uses pathos he communicates to the people in a way that Brutus did not. Since, Antony is not allowed to say anything bad at the funeral he discretely criticizes Brutus and Cassius because he feels that what they did was wrong. For example, when Antony makes a comment that is contrary to what he means, he says “But Brutus is an honourable man”. Antony uses a lot of pathos because he wants the citizens to feel the way he is feeling. For example, he says he wants to read them the letter but he does not want to make them weep because of how much Caesar loved them.
He says that it’s just the two meeting for brunch, but it is not. This relates considering how she got married knowing she wasn’t in love with Tom and only for his money at first. As soon as she found out that Gatsby was alive and kicking, she jumped at the opportunity to be with him privately. Why get in a relationship, let alone a marriage when you don’t truly love the person,
Yes, the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off showed the realities of adolescence. The major example of this would be when Ferris tricked his mom into thinking that he was sick, so that he could stay home from school. Ferris knows how much he can push things to the limit and does just that by planning everything out even if his parents would happen to come home while he was out and about. Ferris is seen as a popular kid because when the word starts to spread that Ferris is sick and needs a kidney transplant the whole school starts gathering money for his cause. John Hugh’s does a good job of portraying people in a variety of ways.
After fulfilling the duty as a hero, it is hard to look past the good and realize the wrong that has been caused. Nora exemplifies this when she gets the money from Krogtsad to save Torvalds life. She believes that she is making Torvald happy because she has saved his life, but doesn’t realize that she is hurting both him and Krogstad because she is lying to them both. Nora has to forged her father’s signature and lie to Torvald about where the money came from just so she could be looked at as an epic hero. In result of this action bad things come Nora’s way.
“Charles” a story by Shirley Jackson, highlights the the narrator's son Laurie and his “classmate” Charles. Due to a serious case of parental myopia in the narrator and her husband, they fail to see that Charles is merely a clever device used by Laurie to fool his parents. Laurie uses this to his advantage and describes his own doings using the character Charles. His parents do not realise this until the very end of this story when the teacher explains that there is no such boy called Charles in her class. I believe that Jackson is trying to say that identity is not only your name and who you are, but it is also what you do and some fail to see things the way they are and not the way they think it is.
Clearly, Leon does not respect Father Paul and does not think he holds enough significance to be informed about Teofilo’s death. One may argue that he was simply doing this in order to avoid a Catholic burial and to enable his community to perform their normal rituals; however, the story shows that Leon is more pleased with the Father’s absence from the burial than the burial itself. In fact, he wouldn’t have even included the Father whatsoever if Louise had not asked him to. When Father Paul inquires about the burial the author reveals his reaction when she writes, “ Leon smiled. It wasn’t necessary Father ” ( Silko 1175) .
fascinating “Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie." is the focus of “things you can change, not the things you can 't change.” In this novel Steven was frustrated because he couldn 't do anything about Jeffery having leukemia and the family is extremely low on money. So instead he learns from Mrs.Gally that he should focus on the “things you can change, not the things you can 't change.” With this advice Steven changes things about himself for the better. Steven did things for his family and Jeffery to make things easier in a time of difficulty. This was a very interesting book and I love it.