Following the death, his mother decides to move them into their grandparent’s house in New York, hoping this will make things a little less challenging. However, the neighborhood was not how she remembered. Wes was now witnessing more drug activities and dealing with being enrolled into a new school with a divergent environment. Dissatisfied with his life, he began to care less. His attitude caused his grades to drop and eventually he was placed on academic probation.
Once again if you read the whole book, you learn that Mary actually achieves her goal and turns out to be a wonderful person who figures out what life is through traveling. Another example would be aquote such as “ Sometimes you walk into a room one person, and when you come out the other side, you’re someone else altogether.” I believe this uncovers or foreshadows that she will change throughout the
The two Wes Moore boys have almost inconceivably nothing in common except their names. As the boys continue to mature their paths in life take two diverse directions. The reader begins to see how the; support of family and friends, who their role model is, and expectations set for them all play a role in forging the two different futures of the boys.
At this point, Wes knew that he was not going back to school but instead go back to selling drugs again. Due to the other Wes Moore’s setbacks he wasn’t able to continue his education and continued selling drugs. Even though they had the same name and upbringing, they made different choices. The authors Wes Moore’s mother Mary, provided the opportunity for him to be successful. Whereas, the other Wes Moore’s mother Joy didn’t provided an opportunity and Wes continued to sell drugs.
And both Moores had positive and negative social influences. This essay by now established the influence family members can make in a person’s life, and in TOWM, family influence is a major key. Both Wes’ were influenced by at least one family member and respectively shaped the people they became. Similarly, the boys had friends who impacted them positively and negatively. When the author Wes started attending Riverdale all the students around him were white, therefore, he felt left out.
Two men have the same name, with completely different lives and futures. The Other Wes Moore is about two men with the same name but completely experiences in life. The author Wes goes into military school which changes his life. The “other” Wes stays in the drug business and ends up in prison. The Similarities and Differences pertaining to Family Life and role models of both Moores were described in The Other Wes Moore.
Mary Warren, however, seems almost to be in a league of her own, not spinning a web, but pulling on the strings of others. She can manipulate people, like a puppet master without a script. Even though Mary Warren can seem at times concerned for the greater good, in the end, she is only concerned about her own fate.
Mary was scared of her almost lifelike acting and started to waver faith. Go a step further to shatter Mary determination, She began repeating every words Mary says to bulldoze Mary into giving up telling truth and joining their “performance”. “Mary Warren, turning on them all hysterical and stamping her feet: Abby, stop it! Girls, stamping their feet: Abby, stop it!”(Miller 1312) One knot tied to another, By manipulating people,she hits her ultimate mark --accused Elizabeth as a
Jack Lowell Moore On April 2nd, 1926, Lola Riddle Moore gave birth to a little boy in Woodruff, South Carolina (birth certificate). His father was Morris David Moore, a farmer from South Carolina. They named the little boy Jack Lowell Moore.
The shouting then turns to shoves which escalates to slaps. She is desperate to mend this relationship. This is where he turned her to drinking. “They both felt it might restore her high spirits, and their good times again might be possible” Parker 3). She began to rely on alcohol to make her happy for others.
Mrs. Jones shares experiences where she found herself in similar situations. This not only teaches the boy right and wrong, But he walks out of the woman's house with a new outlook on