However, the railroad is a tool of Mr. Cole used to achieve his greedy and evil plans, and unbalances nature. Even though Tonto believe that the horse is stupid or pretending to be stupid for recognizing John as the Spirit Walker, the Horse is very loyal and rescues John and Tonto out of many trouble. At the place operated by Red Harrington, Tonto and John seeked information and traces of Collins and Cavendish, Red informs them about Dan and Collin 's fight over a cursed silver rock, and tells them to make Cavendish pay for what he did to her. Tonto and John is being chased and wanted for the rumors of Comanche people raiding frontier settlements, and the Spirit Horse saved them out of that situation. When John and Tonto actually arrives at Rebecca 's home, they discovered people dead, Rebecca and Danny was nowhere to be found.
Lastly how the reader feels throughout the novel/what effect it gives the reader throughout the novel. This is also important because it makes us want to read me and allows to feel the emotions through another person’s eyes. (Scouts eyes) In the novel, Harper Lee shows the injustice that happens to Tom Robinson to be so powerful through the attitude and tones of her characters. Their many tones and attitudes but there is one tone and one attitude that ties this story up into a little red bow. The attitude is hope.
When the owner went into the unit, he found tons documents and bills belonging to Jerry Sternadel, so he calls the police. The cops went to the unit and registered it. They found a huge bottle of arsenic poison for rats. The unit was registered by Kathy Simmons but had the direction of Debra Lynn Baker in Holiday, Texas. Bingo, pt.
Merlin is a driving factor in Hobbs Pritchard's murder, as he seeks revenge against Hobbs for murdering him. Merlin gets into Nellie's head and physically into her home and persuades her that it is okay to kill Hobbs. In order to ensure his revenge is enacted, Merlin prevents Shelley from warning Nellie to simply leave the mountain. After Hobbs' death, Merlin again impacts the actions of the women of this novel. This time, he appears in front of the car that Iona is driving Lonnie Allen to Chapel Hill in.
Vonnegut‘s way of narration with a clear language is a result of his journalistic experience and also from his pragmatic upbringing. As a journalist, Vonnegut knew that he had to write for certain audience which he had to keep in mind at all times when writing. The pragmatic environment that he grew up in taught Kurt that it is important to be efficient when choosing to do anything. The result of these factors is Vonnegut‘s express and ever present concern that his ideas are perceived and understood by the reader, who, in turn, will hopefully learn something that will help him make the world immediately around him just a little bit better. Vonnegut’s mastery of diction allowed him to craftily developed characters in a manner that made them and the story they were a part of, seem real.
The author, Sarah J. Maas, knows how to get the reader emotionally attached to the charters. This is very important because it gives the reader a reason to keep pushing through the slow parts of the book. Because of Maas’s talent to involve the reader in the story, the story of Selena Sardothien is a great story to read. Maas’s talent has the ability to make people attached to the book and her characters. Not only does Maas’s book involve the reader emotionally, but she also makes it possible for the reader to relate to the characters and the hardships they face.
Calloway’s book, “The Indian History of an American Institution: Native Americans and Dartmouth” (2010), Calloway discusses the role Native Americans played throughout the evolution of Dartmouth College. He describes Dartmouth’s exploitation of the Indian Logo, and their use of racial stereotypes. He reinforces these facts and statements with pictures providing a visual representation to better convey his argument. Calloway includes a picture of a hand painted sign displaying a cartoon Indian roping a black bear. This was made after Dartmouth defeated the Brown Bears in football, twenty four to six (Dartmouth Brown Sign, Calloway p. 134).
And of course if there are a lot of good sides on this film there’s also bad side. The day of the aptitude test where in you stand in front of the bowl, cut your hands and let the blood drip in a choosing faction. This one is a no to me maybe because I’m afraid of blood I don’t know I find it so painful. There’s a lot of violence, particularly during the initiation process to become a Dauntless. Jumping from a moving train to the roof a building some hurt and died.
Several groups came in contact with him to get funding, however their competing person forestalled and took him abroad after all. “The locked room murder” was just a front for this escape. Liang gave the old man a thermos filled with blood that he had bought at the Donation Center and set the alarm for five. […] After hearing the call, the old man, according to the plan, poured the blood of the thermos on the floor and the blanket, pushed the table down, then laid down on the bed as if he had been murdered. Liang broke into the room and shouted: “Murder!” He sent the servants to the police and shouted loudly: “Please, call the hotel Manager!” But this was an arranged sign.
Both Edgar Allan Poe and John Green are able to do this remarkably. As a way to connect the reader with the story, both authors provide different types of conflict in their stories, using them like keys, opening certain locks specific to a character’s personality that can only be shown by the specific conflicts. PvS can show a character’s more inside feelings about themselves, rather than their attitude and behaviors towards others. Another aspect Poe and Green have in common, is their use of deeper meaning behind characters. This not only paints a clear picture in the reader’s head, but can also help the reader be more sympathetic with the character, and use that kind of development, question, and philosophy in their own writing, or even their own life.