It looked as if it was running on its side, the way dogs run when they are chasing cats in a dream. But the dog wasn’t running or asleep. The dog was dead” (Haddon 1). Mark is stating that autistic kids look at life in different perspectives than if it were a normal human being, because they would’ve known it was dead right away. Moreover, this starts the book off with a bang because it makes you want to know who killed the dog and it brings mystery to your mind as well.
In Chapter fourteen of “Blood Meridian” by Cormac McCarthy, it ends up being ridiculously crazy how they’ve changed their acts, it’s nothing new or different to them though, as they’ve just made it their regular way. The Judge and Bathcat buy two little puppies from a little boy, they didn’t plan to keep them though. They of course had to take the puppies lives for fun. The Judge threw them into the river for Bathcat to shoot dead as they were afloat. This part of the book really got to me.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee presents the idea that problem solving is demonstrated by how Atticus deals with problems as shown when he as shown when he deals with the problems in society. An exemplary case of how Atticus deals with the problems in society is when a rabid dog was threatening Maycomb County: I though mad dogs foamed at the mouth, galloped, leaped, and lunged at the throats, and I thought they did it in August... Tim Johnson came into sight, walking dazedly in the inner rim of the curve parallel to the Radley house... He had finally turned himself around, to pursue his original course up the street. He made two steps forward, then stopped and raised his head...
Amaimon choked, trying to kick Behemoth off of him as his mouth was filled with herbs. Behemoth gave a shrill, commanding cry, clamping his paws over the earth king 's mouth. Amaimon screamed as best he could, but he couldn 't fight his familiar. The hobgoblin whined as claws tore at his arms, his child master scrambling to pull him off, yelling incoherently, but the demon didn 't let go, knowing this was for the best. After a short struggle his body decided what to do for him and instinctively he swallowed the small bitter leaves so he could breath, they hurt on the way down, but as soon as he had swallowed behemoth let go, backing away quickly.
(25; ch. 2). This quote shows how Curley automatically went to Lennie because he was bigger than he was and said that he needed to answer when he is spoken to. The second time Curley picks on Lennie is when Lennie is in the bunkhouse smiling and laughing about the idea of their little farm. Curley thought that Lennie was laughing at him so he went to Lennie and started to punch him and beat him up. Curley said, “What the hell you laughin’ at?”
When the storm comes, “A wave of restlessness set the boys swaying and moving aimlessly” and “the littluns began to run about, screaming. ”(P187) Jack demands that savages do the ceremonial dance just as they do it before killing pigs to achieve a sense of security. Even “Piggy and Ralph […] found themselves eager to take a place in this demented but partly secure society” (P187). However, Simon appears for his decision of sharing his discovery about the beast at this time, and this is absolutely inopportune.
This scene plays out with George saying “ “Blubberin’ like a baby! Jesus Christ! A big guy like you.” Lennie’s lip quivered and tears started in his eyes.” (9).
He threw a huge tantrum and he was screaming and crying as loud as he could and he was saying all of these rude things to our parents. I believe that if he was competing in a race of sound then he would’ve easily won. I like it when the author builds all the excitement between the contestants
At this point I 'm not really sure what I have got myself into. Batman, the bull, had got out of the pasture, and my father was not around. Taking responsibility, I was bound to put him back in. “Karlee, remember, this is the one that tried taking your dad out when we loaded him up at home?!” From a distance I hear my mom yelling, but do I listen?
It was a spring night for Chubbers the chipmunk. It was an extremely challenging night for Chubbers. He was going to steal food that he desperately needed for winter, a twinkie. Chubbers was a very fat chipmunk, although that did not affect his ninja instincts. He spent five years developing his ninja instinct.
When she realizes that the door has shut she decides to go out and try to go to one of her doggy friends in the house next door but they were not home. At this point of the day she became very thirsty and decided to head to the city. In the city she found all sorts of people, that were obnoxiously loud that it seemed windows could break. She didn’t like it in the city and decided amongst herself to go home, but then the animal control showed up and caught her. She was so terrified that she went to the bathroom right on the person 's shoe, and the man said “well there 's another dog that pooped on my shoe”.
Simon 's fist connected with Paul 's face, so hard Paul flew through the curtains, and landed with a loud snapping sound. The snap was most likely the old floorboards cracking. Carl and Jones were coming towards Simon, so Simon got out of there. Simon
“Abu wants us to be scared, responding with hatred and anger will only allow us to act in the same ignorance that has made Abu what Abu is.” Said Paris the pig. Within a second Abu crashed into the house growling and foaming at the mouth, at the sight of the panicking animals. His deathly nails protruding from his paws, he exclaims, “who’s first?!” He stood face to face with the three pigs, his teeth shimmering in the light, stained with blood. As the pigs stood with no fear whatsoever, the wolf stood, confused, “no fear?” questioned the wolf.