The life and death has been just an amazing and sad story. He wasn 't a thug or didn 't want to smoke or drink. The man was a great guy, but made one mistake that cost him his life. He makes many Celtic fans cringe because they know they could 've had one or more champions with Bias. Len Bias had an interesting life and death with basketball and drugs.
John Proctor was a man of honor and had a well respected name in the town of Salem. Sadly he died tragically but as a hero. He was hanged because he was accused of doing the devil’s work. He was given the chance to save his life if he admitted on a piece of paper that he was working with the devil but he refused to tell that lie. He wanted his sons to be able to walk the streets without being shunned from the world because they deserved better.
Putting the true story aside and focussing on the novel and movie “in part adaption”, both were great for their own standards. In this sense I would like to categorize the book and movie with a historical fiction genre. Although I want to say the movie was better just because Leonardo Decaprio was in it. In my honest opinion, I don’t know why Decaprio won an Oscar for this movie rather than all the other amazing movies that he’s previously acted in, such as Titanic, or the Aviator. His acting is always great, but I think he won the Oscar for the sake of winning it, because it was due time.
Montag’s Internal Storm In the novel Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, Guy Montag is a working, middle aged man, yet he has never really lived. He, like the rest of society, is merely going through the motions of life. He never thinks about what he is doing, what it means or even why he is doing it in the first place. However, Montag eventually realizes that there is more to life than TV and book burning. This understanding does not solve all of his problems though.
In the story “Sucker”, sucker does not have an older brother, just an older cousin. Who moved in with them, which makes him consider Peter as his brother. In the story, “The Scarlet Ibis” Doodle has an older brother, his name was not mentioned. In “Sucker”, pete was obsessed with a girl and it made the two fight because that was the only person Peter thought he cared for. “The Scarlet Ibis” didn’t have a girl in it so there was nothing to cause the brothers to bicker.
Up to this point in his life Milkman has never helped a single soul and she does not trust him just like Guitar when he sees Milkman lift a crate for someone and assumes it is only for his personal gain because he has never helped anyone. Magdalene even confirms this view when she states “since when did you care
For thirty days they lashed Equality until he spoke. They lashed and lashed him so much, Equality was bleeding but he still kept his secret about his invention and where he was. He counted down the days and he knew that tomorrow the World Council of Scholars are to meet in his city. Equality knows that is easy to escape from the Palace of Corrective Detention.There are no locks on the door also they have no guards about. There was never a reason to have guards at door because no men or women defined the
the narrator considers himself to be "invisible" because people refuse to see him for his individuality and intelligence. In Invisible Man the narrator is invisible to others and to himself because of effects of racism and the expectations of others. This is supported in significant parts of the novel such as the "battle royal," through his time in the Brotherhood, and the Harlem riot .The narrator return his invisibility significantly to his ability to define himself far from the influence of the others
His real name, Eliezer Wiesel, no longer matters to the SS officers, and Elie is solely a body assigned to a number, nothing else. His name has been what he identified himself as since he was born, but that is taken from him and replaced with a meaningless sequence of numbers. Later in the memoir, an SS officer 's tries to strip Elie of another possession, his shoes, but Elie refuses: “I refused to give up my shoes. They were all I had left” (Wiesel 48). Shoes are not commonly something that humans have a very strong emotional attachment to.