The police and told the mayor of the town, the mayor decided to have a town meeting about the house and told everyone to stay away from the house. The town's biggest toughest bullies decided to go into the house and explore the building. They explored till they came to the closet door that contains the doll inside. One of the members opened the door and the doll was already looking at the door like it was waiting for them to open the door. They shut the door and the door flew open with the doll up in the air with the black devils face behind the doll.
In Making Sarah Cry for example. The narrator bullies a girl named Sarah who cries every day at recess. But then the narrator gets hit by a car and then he goes to school and he gets bullied because of his scar. Then Sarah steps in a support her bully by telling the other bullies to stop. While in Don't give up the fight the narrator gets bullied and does not do anything about it.
Then Lindsay tells an authority figure knowing that it would help Ava. The text quotes:”...I described the teasing at practice, the lack of acknowledgment, Mr. McCoy laughing at me…’Would Mr. McCoy and Jacob Stone please come to my office immediately?” Lindsey helped her friend and solved the problem by getting Mr. McCoy punished. Looking at the situation, the main character would need a lot of courage to tell a friend, let alone an authority figure. The text quotes:”Each afternoon’s track practice became more and more unbearable...Mr. McCoy only celebrated the boy’s accomplishments... My teammates were ready to attack as soon as I made the simplest mistake…” This proves that Ava had a lot of courage because everyone on her track team was against her. Even her coach didn’t care as much as he should
Lorraine hearing this from her mother makes her become very insecure about her body image. Many girls can understand how Lorraine feels because many of them struggle with the same problems. Similar to Lorraine, John does not get along with his father. They do not get along because they disagree on what John should do as a career. John wants to become an actor, but his father wants him to join the Coffee Exchange.
She is getting picked on because of her disabilities. When the person who was bullying her gets picked on she stands up for him and tells the bullies that they are mean and should not be doing this because she knows how it feels. This shows friendship because even though he did bully her, she knows being bullied hurts. so, she stands up for him so he doesn't have to suffer what she once did. In the passage, “Don't Give Up The Fight” the main character is Ava, the only girl on the track team.
Cassie was also upset at the words that were said in the book about blacks. Cassie confronted the teacher so did little man and she was not having it so they both got whipped. To stand up with her brother because she thought it was wrong to she said, ¨Miz Crocker,¨ I said,¨I don´t want my book neither.¨(Taylor, 27). This quote shows that Cassie is brave and will do anything for her family and she didn 't think it was right what it says in the book and how they got the throw away books the ones that the white kids messed up from new white to poor black.Not only did Cassie stand up to her teacher but she also helped T.J. even though he hurt their family in the past. Close to the end of the story T.J. and his white ¨ friends ¨ robbed the wallaces an took the pearl
The teacher, Ms Caroline gave money to Walter Cunningham, which he refused to take the money. Scout tried to explain in to the teacher, but she got a whipping instead. Scout rubbed Walters “nose on the dirt” (Lee) Scout didn’t take responsibility what she did to walter, and embarrassing Ms, Caroline in front of the class, instead she blamed Walter, for embarrassing her in class. Explain: Answer, Cite, Explain (Use MLA Citation). (3 Sentences Minimum) Poverty has shaped her life by taking things for granted and thinks everything will go her way.
After Margot read her poem aloud to her class, a boy had complained that her poem wasn’t hers when it really was. This supports my claim because the boy is jealous that Margot got to know what the Sun felt like on her skin or what the Sun looked like in her point of view. When the children are waiting for the rain to stop, she said something that made the children in disbelief and shock that she spoke. She had told them “It’s like a penny,” and the children protested that it wasn’t. This supports my claim because the children are so caught up in being smarter than her, that they make her feel dumb and stupid and useless.
When Rau faced racism she was five years old, an innocent child who had no idea why her classmates were laughing at her. But it didn't last for long because as soon as she dropped out from school and went back to homeschooling she stopped encountring racism. On the other hand, Dumas woke up to being made fun of, not only her but also her whole family faced racism specifically because of their names. Their names were foreign and new to Americans so they had to live with being called weird names because Americans weren't familiar with foreign names. Racism never stopped to Dumas, she had to learn how to not care about what others say and not give it a lot of thought like she used.
Bob Ewell has put Maycomb and its people to shame. Everything he does, like having a job and then being too lazy to do it, resulting in him losing his job affects the family greatly. He doesn't care what people think because he lives in a dump and he basically expects everyone to pay for his bills by getting unemployment funds. Scout says, “ Mr. Ewell is the first person ever to lose a job from the WPA because of being lazy.” So after losing his job because of being lazy he gets money from other people, probably taxes, which isn't fair that other people pay the bills for him and his family. Over not paying bills he put the town through the court case which cost money and so the town lost money there again.
Citizens live with the fear that someone is always watching them through the telescreen, analyzing every word and motion. Another, more violent means of surveillance and control is the Thought Police. Trained and armed, this threatening group weeds out thought criminals quickly and silently. Winston describes the fear and desperation instilled in him by the Thought Police: “thoughtcrime was not a thing that could be concealed forever. You might dodge successfully for a while […] but sooner or later
In school she was taught that they were just trouble, but fell for him anyway and realized everyone was wrong. Continuing, another theme that led us through Lily’s adventure of growing up was her discovering how important storytelling was. She was going through gruesome horrid things, and when she read things like Shakespeare she realized how important it was because it helped her escape to a fantasy world for a little bit of time. Lastly, Lily learns the power of the female community. Lily grew up without a mother, so for a large chunk of her life she didn’t know the real power the female community held.