What would happen if a friend’s brother turned out to be a monster? In the novel Montana 1948, by Larry Watson, Wesley is the town sheriff, whose brother Frank is a well known doctor. When news reaches Wesley that Frank has been sexually assaulting Indian women on the nearby reservation and then kills Marie, his housekeeper, Wesley is conflicted on what he should do. His father, who heavily favors Frank, tells Wesley to just turn a blind eye to his crimes. However, Wesley defies his father and attempts to bring Frank to justice by locking Frank in his basement.
When Hadley assaults the newcomer on the first day and kills him and when he also kills Tommy makes the viewers wonder who should be behind the bars and who should be out. Also when Hadley had Andy’s life in his hand, when he held over the edge of the roof or when he paralysed the leader of the ‘Sisters’ gang. A question comes into one’s mind, why does a facility made to change the habits of criminals allow their guards and their Warden to exhibit those very habits they try to change? For a man who presents himself as a follower of God, Warden Norton shows us little to none of the qualities a man of God should have. Also how Brooks didn’t want to be released from prison and how while he was free he thought of breaking his parole to go back into prison.
Even with more than enough evidence to support Tom Robinson’s claim, the all-white jury declares Tom Robinson as guilty. The ruling explains to Scout and Jem that their town is not a perfect little place, but it’s full of prejudice and unjust beings. One night, while on the way home from school, Jem and Scout are attacked by a mysterious man who is actually Bob Ewell. From his house, Boo Radley witnesses the attempted murder and kills Bob Ewell with a kitchen knife. Atticus and the town’s sheriff, Heck Tate, decide to hide the fact that Boo Radley saved the children.
In the story Kick, the authors use conflict to teach that friendship can get you into trouble and out of trouble. For example, when Kevin says, “I thought about Christy…The cop that had arrested me thought she was just too scared to talk, but I knew there were things that were just too hard to say.” This quote shows how Kevin got into trouble because of a secret that only he and his friend, Christy, knew. Kevin getting into trouble was one of the two main conflicts that happened throughout the story. Furthermore, towards the end of the book, it says, “I have some good news. My dad talked to Sergeant Brown last night and said that he wasn’t going to press any charges.” This example shows how when Kevin met Sergeant Brown, and started becoming
In the movie High Noon, Marshall Will Kane is faced with a moral dilemma just has he is about to leave town with his new wife. With his desires to leave town and move on with his wife, he is faced with a dilemma in which he feels that he has an obligation to stay and resolve this issue to make sure that the town is safe once and for all from the former killer, Frank Miller. As Marshal Will Kane has a decision to make, this essay will identify and explicate what his duties and obligations are as the Marshall of the town and whether he should leave town or have a show down with Frank Miller. As throughout the movie we saw that Kane was constantly struggling with finding former deputies to help him in his assist with taking down Frank Miller, but as a result no one wanted to stand up to this guy because they were all afraid of him and what he could do. When Kane first brought Miller in for justice
He has been wanting to become arrested so that he can easily find food and shelter for the bitter weather, as he has been doing for years, and when he finally changes his mind on becoming incarcerated and decides to turn over a new leaf and find a job which will get him off the streets, his previous wish is granted. This could indicate that Soapy was beyond redemption. His destiny was already in place and nothing, not even an amazing epiphany could change that. One could say that he did not realize that he had strayed too far from his regular haunts and that he looked
He wants to help everyone as his friends are being attacked such as Hagrid for false being accused of opening the chamber before, Hermione as she was petrified. When Ron and Harry end up in the amber, he is not expecting to have to confront Voldemort but this is what he is tasked to do. Not by anybody, but by himself as he wants to protect his friends and save Ginny. “The adventure ends here boys”(Chamber 305) this is a quote that Lockhart says to Harry and Ron as he tries to erase their memories. This is an ironic statement as he wants to end their adventure, but ends up ending his own as he lose his memories think of what would have happened if this was effective and Harry lost his memories, the rest of the journey that he is destined to take part in would have gone up in smoke In Ocean Sea, there are several night journeys going on with a lot of different characters such as Elisewin, Adams, and Bartleboom to name a few.
Earlier in the movie when someone else is framed for being him and is put on trial, he accepts fault which is accepting to go back to prison. Still Val Jean evades this situation and continues his life of suffering as he cares for Cosette. After Val Jean lets Javert go, he carries Marius who was injured fighting, through sewers because he knows this is the man Cosette loves. Val Jean is willing accept suffering even though as he races through the sewers, Javert is still after him. When Val Jean finally emerges from the underground pipes, Javert is waiting to arrest him, and Val Jean pleads not for his own life, but for the life of Marius.
Throughout Tom Robinson’s trial, he sees and recognizes Atticus’s bravery in standing up for Tom, not letting racial biases change his mind. Recognizing that Bob Ewell’s actions were wrong, Jem is distraught at the outcome of the trial: “It was Jem’s turn to cry. His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful crowd. ‘It ain’t right,’ he muttered all the way to the corner of the square where we found Atticus waiting,” (212). Jem was upset at the fact that Tom, despite all Atticus did to try and protect him, was sent to prison.
The poster is a reminder of his desire to be back in the the outside as a free and innocent man. The poster is just as important for the fact that it helps keep the hole Andy has dug for the last 25 years a secret. Andy has a different sentence than the other because he did not know if he was going to be able to show his innocence but the men in Shawshank simply would get used to the fact of being in prison, but Andy thought
Although Tom does keep Huck safe by not mentioning the boy was also a witness of the murder. Injun Joe had escaped the trial room after the truth was revealed. As you can see, Tom Sawyer demonstrates that he is trustworthy and honest. He had put his life on the line to save the life of Muff
By killing Mr. Ewell; Boo Radley killed his innocence. After the attack, Boo gently carried Jem to Atticus so that Dr. Reynolds could take a look at him. At first, Atticus thought that Jem had killed Mr. Ewell, but Mr. Tate insisted that he fell on his knife. As they were arguing, Atticus realised that Boo had killed Mr. Ewell. Atticus and Mr. Tate knew that Boo would be killed if the town found out that he had killed Bob Ewell, and so they agreed that Mr. Ewell fell on his knife.
The main priority is to discuss the defendant’s innocence or guilt. By keeping the subject of discussion on the boy, Juror Eight, has an easier time convincing the rest of the jury that he is not guilty of the murder of his father. Juror Three, the main antagonist of Twelve Angry Men, doesn’t possess the perseverance that Juror Eight does. Juror Three doesn’t have a reasonable cause, which in turn weakens his argument. His bottled up emotions over his son become a problem later in the play when
He grew up being unkind and thinking that he could get away with anything he did especially when it was announced that he would be becoming a police officer and had been accepted into the academy. But with the arrival of Erin brought a small change to him, as she was willing to stick her neck out for Ned and stand up for him. This ended making him more conniving, no longer willing to stick with his chant of “Neddy, Neddy, never ready; ain’t got nothing in his heady.” (p. 3) but rather resorting to labelling Ned “‘DISTURBED & DANGEROUS’” (p. 155). Nigel’s friends are also a factor that must be considered as they also took part in bullying Ned proving them to not be some of the best people and shaping Nigel in a way. Nigel having “Too much cruelty, too little patience.” Is something that can change him and others that surround him, whether it be him exploding at someone or not, he is a prime example of shaping yourself however not in a positive way.
In the end Christopher and I would react very similar even though he has autism and I don’t. There were other things like when a policeman tries to take him home to his father and Christopher gets so scared that he wets himself so he goes to clean up and when the policeman comes to get him he doesn 't know that he 's hiding in the cupboard and the policeman think he escaped. What i would have done is if I was trying to get away i wouldn 't be smart enough to go there I would try to leave the bathroom and escape another way. There are many ways that we act the same and when i read the book I was a little surprised by what Christopher did and it made me think how we