When five strangers are all stuck together in detention one Saturday morning, they all engage in an emotional conversation. They all share their personal problems that they wish to escape. Bryn from The Breakfast Club, shares his feelings with four fellow strangers about being suicidal. Bryn expresses how he feels pressure from his parents to be “the perfect child”. This causes him to feel overwhelmed and stressed.
In The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B by Teresa Toten, Adam must claim his one true love and deal with his disorder all while coping with a deteriorating family. Robyn makes Adam race to fix and present himself to her. To start, Robyn became his friend. Everyday after group sessions, they would go to the cemetery together and pay their respects to Robyn’s mother. Everyday they would talk and get to know each other.
When she tells me that my father isn't coming home I’ll believe it. As long as she says Father is coming home, the I’ll believe that”(15). Meg is clearly offended when the principal told her to face the facts. The narrator stated, “one of the boys had said something about her dumb baby brother. At this she’d thrown the books on the side of the road and tackled him with every ounce of strength she had”(1).
's tense relationship with his father, demolitions expert Big Bud Dean. Veronica 's displeasure at the new status quo is equaled only by that of Chandler herself, who appears as a ghost to berate Veronica from beyond the grave. Veronica gets a call from Heather McNamara, begging her to come to the cemetery, and when she gets there, she discovers the Heathers locked in a car, trying to fend off a drunk Kurt and Ram. It emerges that they escaped date-rape by the intoxicated football players, who are desperate for sexual relief, by telling them that they can have Veronica. The boys aggressively beg her to have sex with them ("Blue"), but she escapes by feeding them more alcohol until they pass out.
Guy Montag is a brainwashed member of a futuristic society. He loves his job, burning books so that no one will ever read them. To him, this depressed and gloomy life he’s living is a perfect world- until he meets Clarisse. She shows Montag how to look up from the TV and see that he is not living the life he wants to. Soon Montag is called by his boss, Beatty, to burn a lady’s house down because it contains books.
All of the sudden, Rye was once again alone with three dead bodies, she understood some of the man’s urges of jealousy to kill everybody else, she discovers two young children who is capable of speaking and took them under her care. Octavia Butler’s Speech sounds were inspired by a losing a close friend to a disease, and have to go through trouble on the bus she took to see her friend reflected on a society that has never grown up. 2) Analysis First, the mood of the story is depressing and hopeless. Both the natural disease as well as mankind’s many actions shaped by “the silence” that helps form a society where humans are no longer regarded as intelligent species. The protagonist, Rye, after being deprived what she valued most, was in an psychological state of depression and loneliness.
No response to her question, because I know the truth will hit her harder than it’ll hit me. To tell her your son has taught me this, my older brother that beats me with ten years. I try to think that it’s to spare my mother’s emotions of her son hurting me by giving me such a sexual upbringing. In reality it’s to my benefit, because I choke when I am five seconds from letting it all out starting with, Marco and my fingers pointing towards his room. Then,
All those paper people living in their paper houses, burning the future to stay warm. All the paper kids drinking beer some bum bought for them at the paper convenience store. Everyone demented with the mania of owning things. All the thing paper-thin and paper-frail. And all the people, too.
I just wanted my family to be happy, live in a big house like what those white people got, with a garden, and my son can go to any college he wants to, and even though I hate to say it, Bennie can’t be a doctor no more… all because of Willy. Why does people have to be like this, man. My father worked himself to death, and this is what I do with his money, no, his own flesh and blood. I’ve done messed up… nobody’s ever going to trust me again, oh God… I’m so sorry… All them white folks have sons with their own rooms, they can go to any college they want… not sleep on a couch, in a rat’s nest of a house, my selfishness that brought me down to this new low for me. Everyone makes mistakes, and me and my family will have our ups and downs… I just wanted my family to see me as the man of the family, you know?
Friendship in Easy A Friends are an important part in our lives. True friends stays with you through thick and thin, and always tell you the truth. I have been watching the fun and charming movie Easy A and for you that do not have seen this movie the story is about Olive Penderghast that tells a little lie about losing her virginity to her best friend witch gets her life and rumor to change completely. It takes up many things young people is thinking about like sexual morality, friendship, family and how to find yourself. In the movie I noticed three messages about friendships.
Willy is tired, confused, and argumentative, but he loves his son and tried to conform Biff into an enthusiastic, optimistic and confident salesman. Willy is salesman, who returns early from a business trip. After almost collapsing several times, he is enlightened and realized that he should perhaps change his job to once in which he will not be required to travel. Linda, his wife, also realizes that her husband is no longer suitable for his job as a traveling salesman; thus, she suggests that he requests that his manager, Howard, gives him a local job at the New York headquarters. Willy believes this should be possible because of his contribution throughout the years as a respected salesman.