This makes everything worse because the residents of Flama have no idea how to stop it. The video ends and Randy walks in. He tries to convince the kids to leave and fails but he does manage to mention that they shouldn’t die yet. He runs away and this leaves them in a state of simultaneous panic and confusion. That feeling is interrupted though because there is a loud crunch outside.
This pushes Calvin over-board and he runs up his stairs, pulls out the novel about Ruby, and types that Ruby is miserable without Calvin. Instantly, Ruby calls Calvin and asks to return back to his home. Upon her return, Ruby becomes clingy with Calvin, and as they are walking down the street Calvin lets go of Ruby’s hand to retrieve his cellphone, but Ruby stays put. She becomes very upset that Calvin could leave her like that and returns home still very upset. Calvin left her as is, ran up the stairs once again, and typed that Ruby was now as happy as-could-be.
There may be love at the first encounter and relationships flourish, but it doesn’t always go smoothly. Although there is conflict the audience can tell that the people in the relationship still have feelings for one another and will work to mend the relationship. An example of a conflict in Hitch is when the love stories intertwine and the news breaks out that Alex Hitchens is the Date Doctor. He is the one who sets up men to use women, or so the ladies think. In reality the girls who have been affected by Hitch due to his relationship advice, actually did fall in love and they may not have ever met their soul mate without Hitch.
During the famine, the uncle walks the streets whispering to other people about rumors of Wang Lung having food in his house. Eventually, a mob forms and they all get poles and beat on Wang's door. In the end, the uncle’s immoral behaviour is punished because he never finds peace. Also, he never is happy with what he
Steal and run!! That is what Misha’s life depends on every day because he doesn’t have a home or a family. Why would anyone leave their family and become homeless? That is exactly what Maniac Magee did to his aunt and uncle after his parents died in a trolley accident. In these realistic fiction novels, set in Germany and the U.S.A, the main characters Maniac, and Misha must deal with family issues and not being able to fit in.
This is clearly displayed when Atticus Finch asks if Mayella has any friends to a shockingly aggressive reaction. “Mayella’s hostility which had subsided to grudging neutrality flared again ‘You makin’ fun o’ me agin, Mr. Finch’”(245). She believes that Atticus had been making fun of her because he treats her with great manners which she had never experienced before, since the she never socializes with the proper people of Maycomb. Yet, she not only lacks friends, she also has a shockingly distant relationship with her father. Mayella’s father care for her, rather he beats her and leaves her alone for days.
The story all began when Greg’s mom started a petition to convince people not to use electronics for a week. Her family was so embarrassed that they acted that they didn’t even know her for a while. After that a field trip comes up in Greg’s school but he tells his mom that he doesn’t want to go because it’s a camp and no electronics or junk is allowed. A couple of days later Greg’s grandpa moves in with them because he couldn’t afford his bills. Greg was so annoyed of his grandpa because he slept in his room.
When the family returned to the cottage and attacked him, it was another reminder that he will never fit in. All he went in there for was to try to make a friend so he wouldn't be so alone, but the family saw it otherwise. As these events occur, readers can see why the monster gets so mad. He is respectful and helpful, and in return gets hate and discrimination. Which leaves him with no friend or somebody to turn to once again.
“The way that man called him ‘boy’ all the time and sneered at him, an’ looked around the jury every time he answered-” (Lee 226). In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Aunt Alexandra figures out the kids are missing. Atticus and Aunt Alexandra figure out they 've been in the balcony of the courtroom all afternoon. Atticus sends them home, but agrees to let them come home after dinner. Aunt Alexandra was angry when she hears where the kids have been.
As the spirit shows Scrooge of what is yet to come he soon realizes that he ends up dying and no one really cares because he was so rude to everyone. All the towns people just end up taking things from his house with his body still lying in his bed as well as wonder what his is going to do with all the money that he was left over. This makes Scrooge realize that if he really does not start treating people better they really will end up not caring whether he is alive or dead and they will also just come in and take his stuff that he has no matter if his body is still lying there or not. The spirit even shows Scrooge how the Cratchit family is doing after the death of Tiny Tim. Scrooge was able to see that the Cratchit family is now very quiet and just sits in a lot of quiet now that Tiny Tim is gone.