From the novel recalls Chris’s ways in school of not listening it teachers and feeling that rules seemed to be overrated. Being the stubborn kid he was, he still had a brilliant side of bringing good grades. Setting apart form his grades he was still a bit ignorant and stubborn for his parents to handle. This somehow was bought throughout his travels with people he met that only wanted to help but he would decline their offer. Throughout the novel, Chris traveled to many
“you can tell me to sit in a field of poisonous snakes” act 4 scene 1 line 71. This shows that Juliet was so scared that she decided she would do anything rather than go through he parents wrath. She feared her parents letting go of her or disowning her. ¨three times now riots have broken out in this city all casual word from you old Capulet and Montague¨act 1 scene 1 line 86. This shows that they fought constantly and made the two scared that their parents would only get more mad.
The father starts to get aggravated at the mother constantly questioning him. So he walks up to the mom and smacks her in the face in front of
Since Rex is not being sensible with the situation, and is acting poorly it creates a dysfunction in the family be-cause everyone is constantly fighting. Rex is also an alcoholic which leads too many family issues because when under the influence Rex does not act like himself and starts trouble with Rose. At one point the children witness their mom hanging out of a window and she claims that Rex has pushed her out, Rose states, “ He tried to kill me,” (Walls 72). The incident involving Rose and Rex getting physical creates a stir in the family because sides are being formed and depending on which side the kids believe in it creates tension for the whole family. Therefore, creating drama because arguments occur over the topic.
Salinger uses ducks as a metaphor in order to show that growing up is a hard time for children. Holden is confused about life. He needs to grow and make the leap into adulthood, but he does not know how and needs to ask other people what to do. He asked them about where he should do metaphorically and needs to figure out what he does with his life. Adam Savage talks about how children need to be more self-sufficient and not relay on people.
The bay symbolize the adulthood because he learn a lesson that he has nobody to impress and he learn that he should lesson to older people like his mom before he try to do something that he knows is wrong . The tunnel represent the adolescence because it let jerry knows that he only has one chance to prove to his mom that he cane more mature . Jerry knows that him and his mom has to go back home soon so he tries to impress his
So this might be a reason why Bayar gets upset when his mother tries to breastfeed him. Bayar often get mad when his mother is trying to breastfeed him which shows the mistrust between his mom and him. He also cried many times in the film, when he was alone because he had no one to comfort him. And as a result it some aggression. Sometimes when he is with
She likes to be surrounded by boys and she has a promiscuous attitude (Kuribayashi, and Julie). In “What Sally Said” we can comprehend Sally attitude. Sally suffers continuous beatings by her father. “He hit her with his hands just like a dog, she said, like if I was an animal,” the thrashing are brutal. Sally lacks of love and she is looking to escape from her father.
Born in a low status family, she is stressed to suffer under the underestimation and disdain from other people and furthermore, her dad’s terrible treatments. Mayella tells two separated lies: one is about Tom Robinson raped her; another one is she shields her dad, which means she conceals the truth about her dad beats her. In the trial, Tom states that when Bob saw what did his daughter do to him, he savagely snaps, “you goddamn whore, I’ll kill ya” (Harper 221) to Mayella. From this quote, Bob is extremely furious with his daughter when he accidentally saw the scene. That’s because being a white, he cannot accept the thing that her daughter did.
Charlie liked the operation at first but then it started going downhill, he he couldn’t spell as easy, he didn’t recognize things like he did and forgot some things that smart Charlie wouldn’t. “I did a dumb thing today I forgot I wasnt in Miss Kinnians class at the adult center any more like I use to be.” (Keyes, 85) the Charlie before the operation would of never forgot about something important like class, he wanted to get smart so he could pass the raw shok test so he tried. While the operation was still working, Charlie was probably one of the smartest people, he realized people were actually making fun of him before when he thought they were just being a friend! After the operation started to wear off, Charlie started forgetting things, and then he started spelling wrong, all these conflicts just add up to Charlie getting the
Wolfwind hissed, the anger he inhered from his mother flaring up as he glared at the leader of his clan. Peachpaw and her siblings stood nervously by the den. "We 're doing the best we can Wolfwind, however we also need to protect our clanmates still here." Eaglestar responded, beads of sweat forming at the back of his neck as he stood in front of his furious clan mate. "Well your best isn 't good enough!
He would keep them in his pocket and stroke their fur, but he would always end up snapping their necks because he had no control over his own strength. Lennie did not know the power he had. Lennie’s mistakes lead him to make the biggest mistake of them all. He killed his boss’s wife. Her hair was too soft for him not to touch, and he could not let go.
Following this, Lennie loses all self-control, shaking Curley’s wife and, eventually, snapping her neck. As a result of the chaos created by Lennie, the true morbidity of the other farmers is revealed after forming a group with intentions to lynch Lennie. Even George, Lennie’s only true friend in life, makes the final decision to shoot Lennie in the back of the head in order to relieve himself of the burden that is Lennie, himself. The men’s inability to look past Lennie’s mistake reveals their lack of trust and companionship amongst one another, all of which was foreshadowed by the blatant words spoken by Curley’s wife. Lastly, Steinbeck foreshadows the betrayal of friends, leading to loneliness, pain, and suffering.
It becomes next to impossible to strive to be better when the youth are constantly told they are worthless by people of higher authority and even their own peers. In the novel, Dr. Rios describes a concept He calls “dummy smart”. During his study he noted that there were multiple youth who were doing very well in school, but were labeled as being deviant and dumb by school officials. They purposely acted as if they were uninterested in school, but when called upon they always knew the answer, which shows they are more willing to gain respect from people of higher authority in a more negative way. As the novel progresses Dr. Rios goes on to explain how some of the youth wanted to change, but felt
My friend was really upset, it was like anything he did was a mistake. My friend was becoming lazy and lazier in school, because he thought that his efforts are useless. He could have done much better in school if his parents didn 't criticizing him like that. His parents should say something like "Son, would you let me know which problem is hard so I can teach you the easiest way to do it?" or "I know this problem is hard, but sometimes