That was what he wanted. For somebody to tell him no.” (Hinton 116) Randy went on, explaining that Bob just wanted to have some sort of limits. This would show Pony and readers too, that The Socs have it hard too. Maybe not in the same way the Greasers had it hard, but it wasn’t all smooth either. This shows how even if something looks really obvious, like the Socs just being douche bags, there could always be a different side of
There are many reasons why I think Equality will not adopt the rules of his old society. Throughout the story he is struggling against the rules. Furthermore, he tries to conform but simply cannot. He then realizes that it's okay and even good to be your own person. He wants to show people how to think for themselves and fight for what they believe in.
Ralph’s realization of power shift, loss of innocence, and whom he considers a friend changed. He learned the effects of jealousy and fear that lead to murder and betrayal. Most of the boys betrayed him and joined Jack, teaching Ralph the lesson of who his friends are. He learned Piggy may look different, but in the end, he had the most loyalty and reason. Jack’s envy of Ralph led to his outburst his disrespect for the boys’ right of speech and the animals’ right to live.
This society though, slowly spirals into disorder and eventually chaos. The main characters, Ralph and Jack, constantly contradict each other and fight for the loyalty of the younger boys and power. The author, William Golding, created this book to portray the potential evil in every human. These boys in particular are not inherently wicked but most of them do get caught up in the fantasy of having ultimate control which leads to the boys being unable to live amongst one another. The boys immaturity of living in the fantasy results in frivolous behavior throughout the start of the book.
(AGG) People have rebelled against their society many times because they do not agree with it, such as Martain Luther King Jr; he rebelled against his society in a non-harmful way because he did not agree with how it worked. (BS-1) Before Montag was not guided he agreed and worked alongside his society because of he was the type of person to want to be the ideal person of the society. (BS-2) The things Montag sees and goes through causes him to think about what the society is doing and whether what they are doing is wrong or not. (BS-3) Montag has denies his society and he fights back because of what drives him to do all of this. (TS) Montag’s experiences will change his view of his society, from agreeing to questioning, then ultimately causing him to act against it.
By not having a good support system, Donald is very vulnerable to predators due to him just wanting someone to acknowledge his well being. Donald is just a lonely, little boy that wants to be accepted and supported by someone. I also believe that Father Flynn is guilty due to his own behavior and mannerisms. Father Flynn works very hard to defend himself when he was getting accused. Sister Aloysius and Sister James called Father Flynn for a meeting about the winter pageant, but they have an underlying cause.
Throughout the novel, The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, Ponyboy 's perspective of Dally, Darry, and Sodapop changes. At first, Pony thinks Dally is rude and mean but he later realizes he is gallant. Ponyboy thinks that Dally is mean because of the way he acts to others. When Dally got mad at Johnny for yelling at him Johnny said, “You just didn’t tell Dally Winston what to do.
He treated people like they were materialistic things. He has a beautiful wife, but it wasn’t enough for him so he had mistress that he used. His wife was nothing more than a trophy that he displays. He was so careless that he physically abused Myrtle and made her believe that he would marry her, if his wife wasn’t Catholic, which is lie. He was insensitive and thoughtless.
Despite this, his bad decisions and unpleasant aura help show Huck what is right and wrong. In spite of Pap being an abusive father, it is necessary to the story, as it shows the moral and difference between Pap and Jim, who both act as father figures. Huck’s family experiences come from his close relationships rather than his real family. Both Huck and Jim are running away from their own problems, but commonly wish to escape from society and its expectations. At first, Huck is reluctant to stay with Jim, as aiding a runaway slave comes with serious consequences.
Swift in his novel, says that the Lilliputians similarly raise their children collectively, but it does not satisfy their motive of achieving a utopian world or the results are not exactly utopian, since Lilliput is torn by conspiracies among people. It is a chaos where people continue backstabbing and hold