Cole is a 15-year old that trusts no one and no one trusts him. He feels like everyone needs to fear him because he thinks that everyone is out to get him. He thinks everyone in his town is against anything he does. He has gone to juvie many times and is just trying to get out of going to real jail. His dad beats him and his mom does not care about him she just cares about her reputation as a wealthy woman.
The “Mondays” source shows a boy and maybe his brother going through trash to find anything that could be useful. One of the boys however is wearing a shirt that says “I Hate Mondays!” which is something many western people say because they have to go back to work or school. While Western people whine about Mondays because they're ungrateful, that could be the only piece of clothing that child has. 2)
His father was a rude man who was highly religious. His wife kept secretive she would only leave to shop, or water the flowers. The reason that cause the suspicion on Boo was that he was at a party with his friends and vandalized property. His father promised the judge that Boo would never get in trouble again, and shut him in the house. At the beginning of the story Scout is six years old, and Jem is 10.
The commissioner disobeying the laws created problem for all because the men that gatsby and Rothstein harmed while the police knew where and when they were at places. The men who gave passes some people which spiked the drinking surge more than before the act. The newly illegal alcohol market has to part: the makers and the buyers. The buyers are always forgotten in this market such as Tom and Daisy. Tom condemns Gatsby of making his money illegally, while he is spending his illegally.
TKAM Study Guide Chapters 20-23 Expectation: At least 3 sentences per question. Why had Dolphus Raymond made himself into a town outcast? What commentary is he making about the town and its values? Dolphus has made himself a town outcast because the town doesn’t accept the way he wants to live his life. All he does is gives them a reason to, which he can’t help because he is always drunk.
The Walls kids were raised figuring out how to be free. As a result of their alcoholic father, Rex they didn't have advantages that most other children have. The Walls children didn't have two star role models in their lives to help them blossom, however Rex did do what he could to make their life more radiant although more times than others he failed. For example, Rex would show up to church drunk, and degrade the people’s religion all while making the kids and his wife Rose feel embarrassed and ashamed. I'm sure he didn't mean to have them feel that way
The boy’s father does not like the teacher, and he basically does not want his son to join any activity in the school so he strongly refused the teacher’s advice. Later that night, Josh’s father asked his mother what she bought from town. She told Josh’s father that she bought Josh some crayons and Josh’s father got
In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee Arthur aka Boo Radley is a mockingbird because he is a kind recluded person getting harassed by everyone because he’s different but he’s really just a nice person, shy and even protected Jem and Scout from their attacker showing his courage. To begin with, Boo is nice because he gave many things to Scout and Jem through the knothole till his brother Nathan clogged it up with cement because it was “dying” as Scout and Jem thought but really isn’t much proof. “We were walking past our tree. In its knot-hole rested a ball of gray twine”(59) after a bit of talking Jem convinced Scout not to take it yet and leave it waiting to see if someone like Walter Cunningham would take it back. “We went back home.
I also go to school which Huck did. Huck doesn’t like to dress up in nice clothes but I do. I have an easy life and he doesn’t. He is running away from people all the time and I never do.
The sales become more difficult because no one takes Willy seriously, instead they mock and laugh at him, and it also doesn’t help that his mind wanders off at the worst of time, like when he is driving. That almost caused him to drive into a kid, causing Willy to fill bad. Then there is Biff, the eldest son. Unlike his younger brother Happy, Biff wants nothing to do with his father after learning about Willy’s affair in their trip to Boston. Although both sons are like Willy in deceiving reality to their favor, Biff accepts the life they’ve been living isn’t real, unlike Happy who thrives like his father in his younger years and uses women.
I am reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, and I am on page 304. The book is about Scout, her brother Jem, and their friend Dill who are growing up learning about segregation, as in Tom Robinson’s court case. In this journal I will be questioning and evaluating. Why would Bob and Mayella lie? The first reason the Ewells lie is to protect themselves.
The novel, “To Kill A Mockingbird”, by Harper Lee includes the contradicting characters Bob Ewell and Atticus Finch. These men both have identifiable similarities and differences. Bob and Atticus are similar in many ways. One similarity is that they are both fathers. Another similarity is their determination.
The author of the historical fiction novel To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee, wrote this story to warn the reader about how easily morality is influenced by society. People in the book are often caught between standing up for what is right or standing with the crowd. The author uses Miss Gates as an example of someone whose judgement is clouded by the society’s opinion. Lee uses Miss Gates to display the good, bad, and the hypocrite who lives in everyone. Miss Gates’ morals stood with the rest of the U.S. when she disagreed with how Hitler persecutes the Jews.
Throughout learning about Burris Ewell and his family you can describe Burris as uncaring and His family as a disgrace. First off, Burris can be described as uncaring for many reasons. In the book Burris does not care about his appearance. He will show up for school looking like he did not take a shower in weeks. In the books it states, “He was the filthiest human I have ever seen.
In the story, Maycomb County has many different social classes and depending on someone’s social status, they are treated and looked upon, a certain way. For example, two poor families, the Cunninghams and the Ewells, are discriminated against because of their lower status in society. For instance, after Scout beats up Walter Cunningham for getting her whipped, Jem invites Walter over for lunch. When Scout, Jem, and Walter reach the Finch's front steps, Walter, in Scout’s eyes, “had forgotten he was a Cunningham” (31). Even Scout, a six year old girl, perceives the Cunningham family as lower class.