He says, “You talk about it a hell of a lot, but you won’t get no land.” Crooks has seen many people with that dream that never did it, and he didn’t get to see someone get the land they wanted anyway. These events lead to and foreshadow the farm dream being dead. The second event that Steinbeck uses foreshadowing is, curley’s wife being killed. George tells lennie to hide in the brush if he gets in trouble. “If you just happen to get in trouble like you always done before hide here in the brush.” Because he has gotten in trouble before he wants him to hide, and they repeat it multiple times throughout the story.
The "Big Bad Wolf" from the Three Little Pigs has been very misunderstood. The wolf had no intention on hurting anyone this day. He had a bad cold and needed to go ask neighbors for medicine. All because of a few big sneezes he is now considered a monster. Fortunately, I will open your eyes to the real story The whole reason he is considered the "big bad wolf ' is because of a sneeze from his cold.
At the end, it can be seen that the Coyote, throughout all the story thinking he had been clever, goes begging for a cow, while realizing the cow he had killed never really died and was back with his owner. The Buffalo, refuses to give him what he wants, therefore forcing him to go back to his country
He also usually doesn’t carry weapons when he goes out to watch wolves he didn’t even carry any weapons into the wolves den. Mowat works for the government, and knows that they won’t believe him if he said that the wolves weren’t killing all of the caribou so he has to lie about the amount of caribou being killed by the wolves. These reasons are why you can trust Mowat about the wolves. Emotionally Mowat gets kinda weird toward one of the wolves that he named Angeline he pretty much falls in love with her. It can also be humorous because he runs through the forest chasing the wolves naked, and an eskimo lady Ootek’s friend thought that Mowat was in danger so her and her children went running at him with knives and spears(195).
Through the two stories, Coyote and the Buffalo by Christine Quintasket and Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by Jonathan Edwards, we learn that Native Americans and Puritans believed that people were ultimately bad. In the beginning of Coyote and the Buffalo, Quintasket explains to the reader that “No buffalo ever lived in the Swah-netk’-qhu country. That was Coyote’s fault. If he had not been so foolish and greedy…”. In this myth, Native Americans teach an important lesson on how humans can be bad through coyotes actions.
A few individuals get so used to notices that they no more notice them; others never get used to a scent, and it pesters them ceaselessly. The individuals in Greeley, Colorado are of both gatherings. The scent originates from the slaughterhouses that murder cows, bundle the meat, and cook the remaining parts into canine sustenance. Industrialization has now hit the creation and bundling of meat, so no expertise is needed. Therefore, low wage employments for outsiders furthermore, secondary school dropouts have been made, occupations which bring high rates of damage, make ghettos, and by and large wreck towns in the West.
While the cold snowy weather in “Hunters in the Snow” affected the hunters perception of their surroundings, the characters throughout the story also obscured their perception of one another with lies and deception. Kenny, appears to jokingly deceive his hunting partners into believing whatever obscene joke he could come up with, ultimately costing him his own life. For instance, while hunting a farmer requested Kenny to kill his aging dog, and Kenny proceeded without notifying Frank or Tub. He then jokingly began firing rounds at a few items and the proceeded to shoot and kill the Farmer’s Dog, all while declaring his hatred toward the targets. After Tub’s furious reaction to murder of the dog Kenny responded, “I hate you” (Wolff 172).
He had not only killed 1 pig, but 2! He was persistent, and was he not going to stop until he ate that third little pig. The wolf already had feasted on 2 pigs, but he was greedy and wanted more. “...the wolf came down the chimney, he fell into a pot of boiling water and boiled all up” (Orchard). If he would have been content with the two
Furthermore, the wolf is destined to die in both scenarios. In the Little Red Riding Hood, he dies because he is evil, and so death seems to be justifiable. However, in this case, the readers learn the true backstory of the wolf. This makes his death even more tragic. It was not because of the wolf’s actions, but his lack of control of his life that cost him his life.
The biggest one is the hatred between the Socs and Greasers. The main characters, Ponyboy, Soda, Darry, Johnny, Dally, and Randy solved that problem quite well. Randy decided to not join the rumble after Bob’s death and make the relationship better with Greasers. Ponyboy also came to realization that fighting was useless by hearing other people’s feelings about the rumble. Soda, Darry, Dally realized that too by hearing that Johnny still died even though they won the rumble.