He kind of shook it off and went to shower. Gene deciding not toleave because of Finny.t this shows how they have more of a rivalry than a friendship just by theway he handles the situation. Normally a friend would he happy and supportive towards the othereven if they can not do it. Finny was the opposite.The last main event that would shake the friendship to more of a rivalry was in Chapter12, Finny angrily left a room because he still did not want to believe Gene pushed him.Unfortunately, he fell down the marble stairs causing him to break his leg again. After this hefinally realized he would not be able to enlist like everyone else and Gene snaps on him stating,“Phineas, you wouldn’t be any good in the war, even if nothing had happened to your leg.”(12.190) This leading into a blowout and Finny coming to senses with what Gene actually did tohim.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare’s use of stylized language promotes a deeper understanding of Juliet’s struggle with her conflicting feelings for Romeo. Specifically, she shows her adversity through her monologue of paradox. In this scene, her nurse confesses to Juliet that Romeo, her beloved husband, has killed Tybalt, her kinsman. This leaves Juliet conflicted; she doesn’t know what to do, how to act, or who to choose. This passage is important because it not only shows that Juliet is confused about her feelings for Romeo, but also that she feels as though she is a victim of deceit, and for one fleeting moment, is unsure of whether or not she can trust him.
I didn 't want to be cute, much less a girl. I always assumed something was wrong with me, the theories of why I was the way I was changing over the years. There was naturally the science experience theory, and later on the idea of being intersex got tossed around a bit. It 's amazing that will all of these theories I never once realized i was transgender. One of my earliest memories is sitting in the bathtub, shampoo pressing all of my hair to my head, pretending I was a boy.
While some may argue that Romeo and Juliet’s personalities are responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, it is actually the mentors’ fault because of the encouraged marriage, the complicated plan, and thoughtless consequences. The mentors first go wrong when the Nurse and Friar set up a secret marriage for Romeo and Juliet. It is the Nurse, who tells Juliet that in the cell “Stays a husband to make [her] a wife”(II.vi.69). With the help of the Friar and the Nurse, they are able to set up a time and a place for the secret marriage. Rather being true mentors and guiding them, they are allowing this quick marriage to happen.
She only does find redemption by getting into a relationship with another man, taking up her role as a protective mother, foregoing her ambitions, and being proactive in seeking justice for herself, and her daughter. The men are painted as predatory monsters that do not care about the feelings of their partners even when they undergo traumatic events such as rape. All of these aspects are perpetrated by a dysfunctional and cynical legal system that is very inefficient. Through all of it, Lily Forrester is the embodiment of resistance to the corrupt legal system through her actions to seek justice outside of
Within the story Elizabeth knows that since Proctor admitted to committing adultery that means he will be sentenced to be lynched. Later in The Crucible you come to find out that Elizabeth was happy that Proctor had the audacity to commit to such sin as well as to take his life for his actions. Even Proctor's close friends could not believe that he had committed adultery, because of how so much good they expected from him. Proctor's kindness, nobility, and heroic personality is what made him who he truly is which is a tragic hero. Nobility is the definition of a tragic hero, which ties into pride being a personal commitment.
Having courage would make it easier for Crabb to not have to hide his identity from his, family, friends, and peers. Hiding Crabs true self makes him angry because he has to hide it from his family, and he can not seem to find the confidence to let Greg know that he wants to have a relationship with
Going on with the courtroom case at this point John Proctor didn’t want tell anyone about his adultery even to the point of him wanted to forget about it. Knowing that he and his friends are losing the result to his final hand.He confess to adultery with Abigail in order to discredit her to save his wife and his friends wife. Even with this act not working his willingness to confess of his adultery in front of the court, friends, and Judge Danforth took courage and shows his willing to sacrifice his name to save the people he cares about. In conclusion John Proctor final act was believable to what his character stands for. His refusal to accept the deal that Danforth made so have his wife could live for a year.
If Romeo and Juliet had done anything differently in life, their love would not have happen. They would not have met. If Romeo hadn’t gone to the party, if he and Rosalina had loved each other, and if the two families haven’t been in a feud everything would have different. Romeo didn’t want to go to the party. His friends made him though.
Up until chapter 34, Elizabeth had only heard bad rumors about Mr. Darcy, such as him interfering with the relationship of her sister, Jane. Nonetheless, Mr. Darcy’s feelings toward Elizabeth increased to the point that it will not be repressed, thus proposing her. Although she rejected him rather harshly, she knew not how to support herself, and contemplated about how she should receive an offer of marriage from Mr. Darcy. This scene is important in that it alters Elizabeth’s opinion towards Mr. Darcy, and turns the story around in a way that this company
Supervisor Gutierrez found a little sheet of paper with gang related graffiti and with matching letters of the damage in the bathroom. Student kept telling Security that he didn 't do it that his friend did the tagging on the little sheet of paper. Gutierrez and Molina asked Marcos plenty of times who his friend was, but didn 't want to give out name. Shortly Dean Ramos walks in 018B to join the investigation and Dean Ramos and Supervisor Gutierrez was able to get student Marcos Acosta to say who his friend was and he gave the name Pedro Ruiz. After Supervisor Gutierrez, Security Officer Molina and Dean Ramos checked Marcos Acosta 's belongings his writing matched the graffiti found in the boys rest
Urinetown is the fall musical that our school magnificently performed. It centers about this town in which people have to pay to pee and a love story about two young adults trying to change the way of the town. The musical premiered in 2001 with the music by Mark Hollmann, lyrics by Hollmann and Greg Kotis, and book by Kotis. What interested me was that the musical mocks capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism,and the whole idea of going against the corrupt government. Also, the concept of going to the bathroom is not free is unique to me.
Bullying can change your life, but you can change it back “Tuesday of the Other June” by Norma Fox Mazer is a realistic short story about how bullying someone, can easily come right back at you. In the beginning, June was called names by a bully she met at swim class. Soon, June gets physically hurt by her bully. But she hides it from her mom. In the end, June stopped her bully.
That’s when she walked into the visitor’s bathroom, and cut her wrist with the teeth of the paper towel dispenser (18), “There was a jab, bright beads of blood, and finally I was OK.” Callie stated after (18). Throughout the story this didn’t affect her anymore, until one night, Callie was about to go to sleep when she got notified that she got a call, she walked to the phone booths and answered it. On the other line was her mother. She tells Callie, “They [Sea Pines] say they might send you home... They won’t let you back in school either, not until you’ve had your treatment.” She then explains that it’s costing their family lots of money, her father will get really mad, and so on (48).
Romeo 's impulsive behavior and perilous love for Juliet proved to be fatal for both of them. If he had been loyal to the Montague family, and resisted his risky love for Juliet, he would have saved both of their lives. In addition, his extreme, unbridled passion for Juliet put both of them in danger. Even though Romeo was primarily responsible for their deaths and others, Friar also contributed to the deaths of both Romeo and Juliet. By allowing Romeo’s persuasive words and undying passion for Juliet to persuade him to go along with the wedding, he put them both in a risky situation which led to their demise.