Lastly, Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because of the the first events he caused leading to the suicides of Romeo and Juliet. The confirmation that Tybalt is the cause of the terrible events in Romeo and Juliet is shown in the play “Romeo and Juliet” when Romeo says, “Is it even so? then I defy you, stars! Thou know 'st my lodging: get me ink and paper, and hire post-horses; I will hence tonight.” when he finds out that Juliet is dead, but doesn’t know she faked her death. Then Romeo sets out in his sorrow to an apothecary and says, “Come hither, man.
In the novel The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton the character Darrel Curtis is unquestionably influenced by his gang as it prevents him from being successful to becoming the father of the gang, and overall being someone to look up to. Darrel, or Darry has always wanted to become something amazing in life, but sadly when his parents died in a fatal car crash, he was left to raise his two younger brothers, Sodapop, and Ponyboy. More specifically, Darrel chooses his gang over his potential future to care for his friends but sadly, “. . .
Mccandless sense of self confidence while trying to find his identity helped him to progress in life, but was also his greatest downfall; Into the Wild demonstrates self confidence as not an unacceptable trait to have, but the significance of the negative or positive effects it can possess. Confidence played a big role in Mccandless life, so much that he created relationships with his family and other people that caused him to go on his adventures. Throughout this book Mccandless expresses his hate towards his parents. When he was old enough to realize that his dad had cheated on his mom this particular aspect changed him. He wanted nothing to do with his parents.
Flannery O’ Conner’s 1955 short story “A Good Man is hard to find” is a classic story between good versus evil. O’ Conner is regarded as of the great American short story fiction writers even though she only lived a short period of time. While reading, one might get caught off guard by the unexpected violence that occurs at the end of the story. If read carefully, the reader will notice that there is indicative foreshadowing techniques that the author indirectly uses that ultimately builds up to the family’s fate in the hands of the Misfit. This Misfit is held accountable for the murder of the family, the grandmother however is the one responsible for leading the family to this situation.
The readers can see a great change in their relationship. At the beginning, the children cannot even go near Boo’s place without palpitation, but at the end, Scout is comfortable enough to walk Boo up to his front porch. Throughout the novel, Scout has changed her view of Boo after a chain of Boo’s actions toward her. As Scout grows older, she becomes wiser to understand her father’s lesson, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view – until you climb into his skin and walk around in it ” (39). Her father says this at the beginning, but till the end, thanks to the maturity combined with Boo’s actions that help Scout to understand it.
She jumps into action and saves the boy from drowning and while she is expecting praise for saving the boy's life. She is knocked to the ground and is held at gunpoint. This is one of the shortest times she spends back in the 1800s but it is easily one of the most important for the reader. It gives the reader their first glimpse of what life in going to be like for Dana very soon. She travels back in forth a few times and learns that the boy she saved is actually her ancestor and he starts to become as fond of
Its unable to carry on any longer, alone it is and weak in the cruel world. The narrator who is telling this story has not realized how alike Doodle and the ibis are until he holds Doodle to him in the very end. As he is noticing the pure color of Doodle's blood and the moneyness of his weak limbs. Nature is a recurring symbol in this tender story. The beauty of the natural world enhances Doodle and his brothers live and are like a distraction almost that helps tell the story.
Although he was perfectly comfortable being naked a single day ago, he now feels that “his nakedness [has] become unpardonable” (9). Arnold is beginning to close himself off to the world, and is not nearly as carefree as he was before experiencing the betrayal of his parents. Before, he was eager to please, but when his mother finally speaks to him, “he [calls] upon his pride to protect him” (9) and answers flatly that he
Rosebud is the emblem of the security, hope and innocence of childhood, which a man can spend his life seeking to regain. It is the green light at the end of Gatsby 's pier; the leopard atop Kilimanjaro, seeking nobody knows what; the bone tossed into the air in “2001.” It is that yearning after transience that adults learn to suppress. “Maybe Rosebud was something he couldn 't get, or something he lost,” says Thompson, the reporter assigned to the puzzle of Kane 's dying word. “Anyway, it wouldn 't have explained anything.” True, it explains nothing, but it is remarkably satisfactory as a demonstration that nothing can be explained. “Citizen Kane” likes playful paradoxes like that.
How when you die, your purpose in life is no longer there. He assesses what each person 's true motive in life is, why we are here, and what we were made for. Not only did the skull represent life and death, the skull also gave him a chance to think about the good times he had when he was a child. He is reminded of the many times the jester “hath borne’ him ‘on his back”, and all the joy he had during his childhood( 249 ). With everything that is going on with him, it adds a calm before the storm that happens in the following scenes and provides a shift in tone which is vary rarely seen in the play.
2) Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pies by Jordan Sonnelblick is a unique, heart melting, and a humorous book. At first I thought this book would be about an average boy and his “struggles”, but the more I read I discovered a heartwarming story with unique characters that’s well written. The story is about a boy that has a younger brother with cancer, while his parents are busy working or taking care of their younger brother they fail to see the problems and daily challenges that the older brother is facing. The story’s has unique characters that bring life to the story. For example, Steven is the protagonist, his jokes can cheer anybody up, and he’s well known as Pes (a nickname his friends gave him, short for Peasant), and he even shaved his
A prime example of this is how much change Allie’s death brings due to the fact that Allie is lost. Holden remembers going to the museum as a happy time with his teacher because the museum is resistant to change. The museum also makes him happy because “only thing that [is] different [is the person]” (Salinger 135), whereas “[someone can] go there a thousand times, and that Eskimo [is] still just [finishing] catching those two fish” (Salinger 135). However, he chooses to stay outside in his most recent visit because he is afraid that there is a chance that the museum goes through changes since his childhood. Holden knows that if the museum changes, he can get hurt, so he makes a conscious decision to not go in, even though his reasoning is subconscious.
As the journey continues, he is forced by events to slowly let go of his attachment and his memories of Ellie that he holds so dear. For example, the first time Fredrickson experience some change is after their successful escape from Muntz’s cave. He agreed to take the injured Kevin back to his children even though he is running out of time to reach Paradise Falls. This act gains friendship from his companions and suggests that he is more open-minded and kind. Unfortunately, next he loses Kevin to Muntz, who has tracked them down.
Christopher does, he experiences a lot which changes he attitude towards people. Lennie is mentally retarded, which can be seen in his actions; he loves to pet soft things and is very faithful to George, ‘I do leave it all for you’. Christopher is also very faithful towards his father until he discovers that his father lied to him about his mother dying. They are both very curious as you can read in the table above. You could say that Christopher is more curious than Lennie, because Christopher wanted to investigate who killed Wellington even though his father told him not to.