Mitch later talks with Blanche. He tells her about the inscription on the cigarette case and how it was given to him a girl who was ill. Blanche tries to fish for complements from Mitch and Mitch ignores Stanley as he keeps shouting to him. Stanley goes into a rage because he is drunk and throws the radio out of the window. In his fit, Stanley tries to attack Stella and she and Blanche run upstairs to Eunice. When Blanche and Stella are upstairs, Stanley shouts for Stella, and she finally comes back down to him.
In the novel “Bridge to Terabithia” by Katherine Patterson, the character Leslie shows tremendous courage by standing up to a very intimidating bully. When Leslie’s friend’s little sister, a scrawny seven year old named May-Bell, gets her beloved twinkies stolen by a mean eighth grader named Janice Avery, May-Bell asks Leslie and Leslie’s friend Jess (May-Belle’s older brother) to avenge her. Jess and Leslie hatch a plan/prank to slip Janice a forged note supposedly written by the most popular boy in the school. Janice is heartbroken when she finds out that her fantasy relationship is not to be, and Leslie decides to talk to her. By doing this, Leslie displays Social/Moral courage and it ends up benefitting Janice by convincing her that she
________ When the school 's notorious hearthrob--Cavan Lamont--vows to never date the "blonde, popular, and bimbo-type beauties," it 's bound to break hearts. When Elspeth 's best friend gets rejected harshly, forcing Elspeth to break Cavan 's ego and stereotyping. Elspeth 's plan creates two personalities: one gorgeous (Beth) and one ugly (Elizah). While one is a beauty at school, the other is an ugly in the neighborhood. While one shows him that a
In Inside Out and Back Again, Ha faces bullies that make fun of her because of her looks. Ha states, “By the end of school he yells an answer: She should be a pancake. She has a pancake face.” This quote shows that Ha gets bullied in school because of her looks. She has found a safe home where she can live happily, but gets bullied by the school kids. Ha also has to learn a new language because she had to move to a new home in a new country with a new language.
Puck, however, mistook his task by anointing the potion on the eyes of the Lysander, and creates a chaos among four young Athenians. Lysander fell in love with Helena. When Helena asks whether he loves Hermia or not, he says, “I had no Judgment when to her I swore” (3.2.134). Under the power of the love potion, Lysander totally changes his mind and hates Hermia. When Hermia wakes up and see Lysander wooing Helena, she says to Lysander, “Am I not Hermia?
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson is about a freshman named Melinda Sordino who starts high school as an outcast and detested by her ex-friends and fellow peers. All because she called the cops at an end of the summer party that ended up with people getting arrested and the party being shut down. What everyone doesn’t know is that she did that because she was raped by a senior named Andy Evans at the party and didn’t know what to do after the traumatic incident and they don’t know because Melinda won’t speak. The conflict in the book is very similar to a book called Saints and Misfits by S.K Ali. In Speak in the library when it is study hall and Melinda starts to speak to Rachel and they start opening up and Melinda asks Rachel if she was still
And his call to Adventure started when his pre-Algebra Teacher, Mrs. Dodds told Percy to come with her and without knowing it Mrs. Dodds turned to be a fury and attempted to kill Percy but Mr. Brunner threw the pen or the riptide to Percy and when he uncapped the pen it became a sword and he swung the sword to her and then Mrs. Dodds vaporized. A.2 Refusal of the Call / Acceptance As always, in every story the hero always refuse because of the changes that might happen. In the case of Percy he doesn’t want to leave his mother especially with “smelly gabe” that the only thing he knows is to sit and gamble with his friends, but because of the attacked of the Minotaur and the disappearance of his mother, he eventually accepts the call. A.3 Supernatural Aid The supernatural aid in the story is his friend/satyr/protector Grover Underwood. Because even in the start of the story, Grover is there with him and protecting him in every challenges.
In the story it says, “ ‘I know, I know. You’ve said that a hundred times,’ she snapped. ‘What did you say?’ He asked, pushing his newspaper aside.” Maria’s conflict connects to the theme of the story because she is being ungrateful towards her father and wants to grow up too fast. In the text it also says, “Maybe he would do something crazy, like crash the car on purpose, to get back at her, or fall asleep and run the car into an irrigation ditch. And it would be her fault.” This connects to theme because, Maria needs to be thankful for her family and, she is not acting very thankful according to this quote.
In an effort to give her son a better life Muna and fudi travel to America to stay with Muna’s sister Raghda (Hiam Abbass). Once they reach America, Muna faces the ultimate challenge to regain all her money lost in a cookie tin due to customs not letting the tin to pass. While Muna searches endlessly for jobs, fudi enrolls in a public school where he is bullied and harassed. The film reaches its climax when fudi classmates and friends influence him to be this rough, uptight person he is not and Muna job search fails and she finds herself working at white castle. The films ends with fudi leaning who he really is and what he appericates, and Muna being accepting about where she works.
Scout and Jem develop their characters a lot threw this novel. Scout changes a lot in To Kill a Mockingbird, she is an aggressive person but then Scout turns into an understanding person. She beats up Walter Cunningham at school because she got yelled at by the teacher for having Walter’s back in class. Later on during recess she sees Walter Cunningham: “I catch Walter Cunningham in the school yard gave me pleasure, but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt Jem came by and told me to stop!” (Lee,30). Scout does not really understand why