Boo wants to interact with society (like leaving gifts for Jem and Scout) but Nathan Radley wants to contain him inside the house and breaks all connections he has to the outside world (Like cementing the tree of gifts). In the end, we learn that Boo is rather caring by protecting Jem and Scout from Mr.Ewell, showing us that he is not the person society
War is senseless violence and brutality, but also where you can fight for freedom and end injustice. The negatives of war, like senseless brutality are sometimes used for lessons, so men don’t abandon the war. The positives are fighting for your freedom and ending injustice, if your country wins the war you get your freedom and you stop unnecessary deaths. In the book, My Brother Sam is Dead, the Collier brothers show that war has many goods and bads to it. In the book, My Brother Sam is Dead, Tim decides to be neutral, at the end of the novel, due to the ironic death of his best friend Jerry, his father Life, and his brother Sam.
Lennie’s disabilities and innocence was what differed the effect of their mistakes. George made an excellent decision by killing Lennie. If he hadn’t killed Lennie, the future consequences could have been greater. Killing Lennie was a way to hide his disability, while preventing torture for both of
The traumatic experience of Brother seeing Doodle in such a state was when he learned the lesson of “What goes around comes around.” Questions and Answers: What do you think would have happened if Brother actually followed through with killing Doodle?
Yes, I understand that we should accept and let him take care of business. But, he isn’t make very smart choices. Rick Snyder is governor so he is suppose to govern us meaning “take care of” so if you wanted to be a governor and accepted not to help people in a crisis such as The Flint Water Crisis then most definitely you should step down. The last reason why people don’t understand why Rick Snyder should step down is because Rick Snyder knew about the water being contaminated. What kind of person that is supposedly suppose to help the people lets many
Jessep believed he was doing what was necessary to maintain the security of not only his base, but his nation. He did his job, and he claims that he would do it again. It was not his intention for the code red to result in the untimely death of Santiago; it was his intention to train someone under his command using whatever means necessary. However, none of this excuses Jessep’s actions; his actions disobeying an order from his commander to end the practice of code reds, and this action ending in the death of a person are unethical. Also, his soldiers following this order is inexcusable.
Amir finally did the worst possible thing to Hassan and his father Ali, trying to get them fired Amir, “lifted Hassan’s mattress and planted my new watch and a handful of Afghan bills under it” (104). He betrayed Hassan and Ali, the two people who cared about him the most, and the two people he himself cared about the most. Amir is a coward and even though one would feel bad for him, he did things that couldn't be forgiven. Although he just wants his father’s love which readers can understand, it gave him no right to do any of these things to Hassan and
In Richard Connell’s “The Most Dangerous Game,” there is man versus man, nature, and himself for conflict in the story. Man versus man it the most obvious conflict in the short story, it is also the most important. Man versus nature is seen right away on page two as the stories first conflict. Man versus himself is not in the story too much but it dictates what happens throughout the game
He threatened Atticus even though Bob won the case, Atticus just made him look bad so he's trying to get him back. The book also says, "Atticus fetched the remains of my costume. Mr. Tate turned it over and bent it around to get an idea of its former shape. ' This thing probably saved her life,' he said. ' Look.'
contacted insd and reviewed claim handling, insd shared his experience and felt that he needed to rate the service he received based on the overall handling, he felt that the adjuster who inspected the vehicle was wonderful as was the others throughout the process but being a firefighter and being responsible for communicating information and it being logged he was upset that all information regarding the clmt was provided at FNOL and why it was not recorded and communicated was not acceptable. He did not want to wait to get vehicle fixed for fear of rust developing on vehicle and had to pay the $500.00 deductible He indicated we did not contact his witness who was a Pastor and should have been contacted. reviewed file that we did contact the witness who provided the correct tag information and we were able to locate the information for clmt based on that