In the first couple years after the war Louie was set on murdering the man who ruined him. A few years later, Louie was filled with forgiveness, “Thoughts of murder no longer had a home in him” (Hillenbrand). This thought that Louie had is an excellent sign that he is a changed man and that he is beginning to forgive what happened. A little later, Louie comes to the conclusion that he needed to go back to Japan. There he saw all of his previous captors except for the cruelest of them all, the Bird.
This was to take precautions against Japanese-American who threaten to attack the United States from within. In the internment camp, she is made invisible to the outside world and reduced as a human being. Efforts to make Japanese-American internees and American POWs in Japan “invisible” were made but also resisted by each group. Before the war, Louie was well known for participating in the Olympics and setting new records. His mischief as a young boy also made him very visible but all that changed during the years he spent in POW camps.
Wesley tells David to go up and act like nothing happened. David did exactly so and he did it because he knew the situation and didn’t want anyone to panic. He said to himself “You see, I knew-I knew! I knew-that Uncle Frank’s suicide had solved all our problems” (155). He isn’t sad or anything, he is glad that Uncle Frank, the source of all his troubles is gone.
“Not a tear in his eye,” said Andy… (p.7). This likewise occurred during the interrogation when they at the police station. Every time Arnold was queried, his responses were blunt and short which again shows very little emotions. Therefore, the sheriff concluded that Arnold did not feel anything about Eugie’s death. Furthermore, Arnold’s family had become distant from him, therefore he has no reason to show his emotions anymore, however, when he finally attempted to show and discuss his feeling about the situation to his mother, she rejected him.
They are " Honor your father and mother... Do not lust after women or wealth... "( Yang Boxer 150). They expand the scope of operations to Beijing; they killed the foreign clergy as well as laity natives. However, he has broken the promises (edicts) he has made. He gathers women and children who are Christian in the church and burns them. He broke the edict four which is " have compassion for the weak" ( Yang Boxer 151).
The pastor asked the court for leniency and forgiveness saying he was really sorry for making a bad choice, and reminding the court of all the good he’s done in the community through his ministry. Brasher summed up his request for life in prison, “He tends to manipulate situations and has manipulated the court system in the past and is doing that today." Hawkins got a life sentence for each of the seven charges against him to be served consecutively. The young woman is not attending counseling and trying to complete her GED. Per PimpPreacher.com, "if you are sick of Pedophiles hiding behind the pulpit then join our effort to rid churches of men who were never called by God.
One event in which Louie shows his defiance is in childhood, where he is shown as being rebellious, incorrigible, and troublesome. In the book, it says, “to get even with a railcar conductor who wouldn’t stop for him, Louie greased the rails...when a teacher made him stand in a corner for spitballing, he deflated her car with toothpicks.” (pg. 7) This shows defiance because Louie never followed the rules and was always seeking revenge, proving that he is defiant. Another part in the book where Louie shows this trait is when he finishes running the 5,000 meter race at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. “Studying the building, Louie spotted a small Nazi flag near the doors...it would make a swell souvenir, and it looked easy to reach...taking one last lunge for the flag, Louie snagged the edge and fell to the pavement, tearing the banner down with him, then scrambled to his feet and ran like mad...the Germans gave him the flag and let him go.” (pg.
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