Inez has never done anything wrong to harm any of the character in Novel. She stands strong about her feelings and values. When Mr. Lackly, owner of the funeral parlor, asks her to accompany him on his plan to try to convince Eudora to have a close casket funeral for Burl, to leave out of account that his body is missing. She says that “As long as the sun rises and sets on this earth, I will never go along with such foolish acting” (83). She did not believe in lying to anyone not even to save her job and reputation even when she is threaten by Mr. Lackly that she will be accused of the stealing dead body of Mr.
Although, Gail is nothing like Wesley and Frank she does not cause harm to the Indian people and she is a woman. Obviously Wesley would not understand but Gail is a woman and although she probably has never gone through that she would want somebody to do the same as she did Marie, for her. Yes, Gail keeping her mouth shut would have prevented every single problem presented to the Hayden family, but that would not have been the right thing to
Ironically he does so by doing nothing. Nick Carraway’s passive nature leads to the many mishaps in the novel, which stresses the idea that not being evil does not necessarily make someone a good person. “I’m inclined to reserve all judgements” (1) Nick states at the beginning of the novel, which instantly sets up his passivity. His passiveness sparks complications early on, such as when Tom takes Nick to meet Myrtle in secret. Nick tags along because he “had nothing better to do” (24) and seems to have little qualms about the fact that Tom is cheating on Daisy openly.
He only notices the good aspects in life, simply because he has yet to experience the bad. When the dwarves came unannounced, Bilbo “knew his duty and stuck to it however painful-- he might have to go without [food],” (8). Although the Hobbit has no intentions of being a host, he does what he knows is necessary to have his guests
Sophie being an important figure in both of the adults ' lives, they want Sophie to be safe especially when there is a murderer roaming around the town. When Macy drops Sophie at Sophie 's house, Macy was worried someone may come after her. " 'Whoever killed Mina is still out there. You are the only living witness...so be careful. ' " Macy is fully aware that Sophie 's life is still in danger, and drugs are not her main concern.
“Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood” quickly found success, as the column was syndicated in 85 metropolitan newspapers, 3000 small town dailies, 2000 weeklies and garnered an estimated daily readership of 35 million readers by the mid-1950s (Frost 74). Hopper found a conservative voice through her column, expressing the
Ehrenreich looks around to see if Howard was anywhere near and tries to rush out the store without being noticed to go call the motels. Which I consider is her act of rebellion since she didn’t finish her CSL and wanted to do what she needed to do. Ehrenreich’s experiment isn’t unethical because she didn’t cause any harm to anyone or violate any laws. The only thing that can be considered unethical is that she lied on the last application and lied to her co-worker Pete that she was single. Ehrenreich didn’t lie to hurt anyone but to sort of benefit from them in the sense that they would have her back and she lied on the application to see if her chances of getting a job were different.
Nellie Bly wasn’t going to allow anyone to push her around or tell her what to do. She’s been through an awful lot of tragedies, but she didn 't let that affect her. Nellie endured sexism, ageism, abuse, and so much more. She followed her journey all the way out, and refused to be treated like a defenseless, destitute creature who couldn’t do anything. She fought for her rights, and nellie Bly is remembered today as America’s best reporter and a self-sufficient, benevolent woman who worked hard to earn her title.
The truth is that Thelma and Louise do not intend to “go on a crime spree." As the screenwriter Callie Khouri states, they are “normal” people. All they want is to enjoy a weekend trip from everyday life, and they never imagine they are involved in any crimes. Then, how do they go on a crime? Simply put, it is because they protect themselves against “hostile toward idiots” (as cited in Shapiro, 1991).