The Greasers are exposed to violence than the Socs making it hard for them to sustain themselves. When Ponyboy was walking home, he got ambushed by a group of socs and almost got hurt. This shows that the Greasers are faced with more violence than the Socs. This is important because the Greasers have to go through life-threatening experiences from the violence they face. “His white T-shirt was splattered with blood.
In the book The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls, Rex is very important character because he plays a key role in his kids lives. This character named Rex has many point when he is helpful and others with he is not in his right mind. He is in a hard time when he does not have much money and him and his wife Rose Mary does not have money management skills.These are just a couple of reasons why things you do have consequences for the actions. There are many parts in the story where something they do have a consequence right now I will find a couple examples of this. In this part of the story is when Jennette got hurt cooking and went to a hospital and her dad does not like that idea so he finds a way out of the problem.
His character is responsible for the outrage the reader feels towards the Walls parents abuse, but the reader also feels some kindred with Rex because, like Rex, the reader, too, wants to see the Walls children succeed and overcome the obstacles their parents have created. Both the movie and the book do an equally effective job at conveying this conflicting response. However, the differences in setting and characterization result in a major shift in tone and mood, even if the take home feeling is the
There are a lot of types of violence in this novel. There are lots of types of violence that happen in this book that also happen every day in real life that can be avoidable. There are even more examples in the novel you can find if you look deeper in the book. This book has 1% if not less of the violences that happen in the world. There are more amounts of violences that happen everyday that we don't even know of.
Would you fight through all obstacles to accomplish a test determining your life? Or would you crumble under the pressure? In The Testing trilogy, there are many characters that have multiple different obstacles to face during the trilogy. Cia has had many obstacles for example when she had to figure out who to trust and who to rely on. My theme that i find is very common in the testing trilogy is that there will be many obstacles to overcome in life.
So what I got out of that, that she was making kids happy but she wasn’t. To me that was crazy if I were to be sad as a camp counselor I would be much more mopey and gloomy, but nevertheless she always wanted to help someone in need. She had a very long journey ahead of her. We all grow up different, but we all have path, some have mountains, some have hills, and if you were having a steep mountain, I’ll tell you this the prize at the summit is great. May it be fortune, love, your dreams, or just a better life.
I’ve seen each of you struggle. But I have seen all of you rise from those failures. Your team has carried you when you were down and guided you through each of these experiences. You are all fighters, and you are all more ready for this moment than you will ever be. This moment will not define you.
The fight lead him to being bloodied and beaten up. Both kinds of violence had an effect on Holden though in different ways. The first example had a more long term effect on Holden, the story of the boy drove home Holden's idea about how hard it is to be truly yourself when you are always being pressured into conforming or becoming a phony, and the boy becomes a symbol of the struggle to Holden and perhaps fuel for his hatred of phonies and maturation. The other kind effected Holden in the short term but still caused him to make rash actions shortly after the fight. Though most of the damage done to Holden was external pain and didn't have a totally lasting effect on his
On the other side, Cherry characterized the greasers to be too emotional which led them to antagonize the Socs and causing conflicts. Throughout the book, the theme rich vs poor reflected the Socs and greasers. As the conflict continues, it slowly came to an end when the Socs became more humanized by the death of Bob. As a gang, the greasers were always terrorized by the Socs which created many conflicts. For instance, Socs
“..part of what got him into trouble was that he did too much thinking. Sometimes he tried too hard to make sense of the world.” (pg 18) McCandless spent too much time thinking of the world's flaws, it pained him, in turn he chose to live a type of transcendental life. The life that ultimately bid him death, a big part of it at least. The second part that ruined him to this life was his tendency to act out of anger. At the fault of his father, he reacted rashly.
The three reasons I believe that the brother wanted to kill doodle was he was embarrassed, he pushed him to hard, and he was selfish. Doodles brother was embarrassed to have a not all there brother. It was very clear at the beginning of the book that the brother wanted doodle dead. His brother never wanted to be around him because he was scared to be made fun of. He wanted doodle to run and swim and play like all the other children
In life there are so many things that can go wrong; in a matter of seconds or even years. However everything in life has its upside. The hardships we face, the battles we fight, they all end up making us stronger, better people. Jeannette Walls writes a memoir about aspects of her life in The Glass Castle, where she strongly reflects this philosophy. In this memoir Jeannette Walls describes the hardships in her life, which consists of low income, neglect of her parents, and underestimation.
He was constantly getting in fights and not doing well in school. He was once quoted admitting that during this time in his life he began to get addicted to fighting, because he was so good at it. His family noticed that Louie was getting out of control. To help sway Louie away from this bad road his old brother Pete got him into running leading to Louie 's’ turning point in life.
Throughout this book Gene is a very confusing character with a complex mind. At the very beginning of this novel Gene is portrayed as a very competitive and jealous person. You only feel this way because in a sense he feels threatened by Finny, his best friend. Which is one of the “confusing” aspects of this book because you would imagine that if someone is your