OMAM At the end of the book Lennie killed curly’s wife, by snapping her neck. All because he wanted her to be quite. He didn’t mean to, he just didn’t know his own strength because of his mental illness it keeps him from knowing reality.
Thomas and Brenda are then suddenly captured by another group of Cranks who drug them, but before they pass out, Brenda tries to kiss Thomas. He refuses her advances because of his feelings for Teresa. Minho rescues them with the help of the other Gladers, but Thomas is shot in the shoulder with a rusty bullet that leads to an infection. Thomas's infection gets worse, and WICKED captures Thomas to heal his
The second character that I would like to talk about from the story "Guest of the Nations" written by Frank O 'Conner is Bonaparte. Bonaparte was the narrator throughout the story. His duty was to watch the hostages in the house and make sure they didn 't escape. He in the end had to shoot Hawkins the British soldier that had been captured to put him out of his misery after the first shot by Donovan didn 't kill him. He didn 't like his duty to kill them and wouldn 't have shot at them had they tried escaping since they had became his friends.
“He wanted to run, but he couldn't run. He couldn't even think.” A lesson before dying is set in a small cajun community in the late 1940s. Our main character Jefferson is caught as an unwitting member of a liquor store shootout where he what's the only survivor, and for his crime is sentenced to death by electrocution even though he did not commit the crime. Grant Wiggins persuaded by his and Jefferson's grandmother goes to visit Jefferson to help him apart from his past and to help him walk.
In retaliation the defendant picked up a frying pan and hit her in the head with it. The defendant took the purse with the money in it and ran to his house. The defendant snuck into his cousins car-port to retrieve lighter fluid, that was used earlier that day for an afternoon grill. armed with the bottle of accelerant which was used for a cookout earlier, the defendant ran to Aunt May’s house, drenched the kitchen in accelerant and set the house on fire to cover his tracks, leaving his dead aunt inside. the Defendant whipped clean of finger prints the 2 pieces of evidence that would definitively prove him guilty, the lighter fluid can, and the skillet.
He is justified in killing his fire chief and running from the law and hiding the books from his wife, because he had nothing to lose and he know what would happen if he was caught. Montag is justified in killing Beatty because he was protecting Faber who was a friend who was innocent. The only thing that Montag did was try protecting an innocent man who was not guilty of anything. Who was helping Montag by asking him things to make him think about and help him determine what to do. “We’ll trace this and drop in on your friend.”
He brought his friend along, but dropped him off with a different friend because he couldn’t dig up bodies with the monster and Henry looking over his shoulder. As Victor began making a companion for the monster, he decided that he could not go through with this because it isn’t safe for society and even though his current monster is peaceful, the other one may not be the same. The monster watched as Victor destroyed his future companion, and then decided to destroy anyone who was close to Victor as a means of
Killer Kane was sent to prison for strangling the mother of Max to death. After his release from prison, he kidnaps Max on that morning. When Freak found where Max had been held hostage, he had a surprise for Killer Kane. He pulled out a squirt gun and tricked him into believing the dangerous chemicals that was in the gun. “Sulfuric Acid,” Freak says, raising the gun and sighting along the barrel.
George didn’t want Lennie to suffer a long painful death from being shoot in the guts, or from being locked up in a cage being beaten by Curley and the farmhands. George did the right thing because he didn’t want Lennie to suffer. But George also didn’t do the right thing because he killed his friend and broke his promise to Lennie’s aunt Clara that he would look after him and protect him. It was also kind of a good thing for George to do because if he wouldn’t have killed Lennie, Lennie would have suffered, or Lennie could have hurt someone else.
Ender care’s about his enemy he tries to understand them and why they do what they do why they attacked them. Ender love’s his enemy as who they are and why they do what they do . Ender destroyed the bugger world “I didn't want to kill them all”(Card pg 297) “I didn't want to kill anybody”(Card pg 297) Ender didn't want to kill the buggers or there homeworld he wanted to understand he wanted to help them move to another planet so that they could live there and not attack earth but he was tricked into killing all the buggers . Ender never wanted to kill the buggers he wanted to understand them and help them
With all the recents super hero movie success in Hollywood, many have come to wonder why Superman movies have just never worked. They should right, Superman is the epitome of a superhero, he was the first, the most powerful, and the most righteous. But maybe being the most righteous superhero isn’t exactly a good thing. When people ask why a Superman movie doesn’t work, it’s not because he isn’t a good enough hero, the problem is exactly the opposite: Superman is the best hero, and he always wins, which is a problem. The days of good vs. bad, and black vs. white are over.
Mental Floss states, “The novella is ranked as the fifth most frequently challenged piece of literature on the American Library Association’s list of 100 Most Banned of Challenged Book between 2000 and 2009.” The book, “Of Mice and Men,” is from the point of view through a struggling man’s viewpoint and a mentally challenged man’s viewpoint during the Great Depression. Lennie is a troublemaker for George, and sometimes George has to make big decisions about so of his priorities throughout his life. I believe George did do the right thing by killing Lennie himself because George would rather have Lennie die with him doing it rather than anyone else, George knew he would act up again if he let him come with him, and George believes it was the best choice to make in the situation. Some people believe that George had another way out.
Drunkenness is a topic that is relayed all throughout the novel Tortilla Flat on many occasions. Drunkenness can be seen through the works of the characters, the characters themselves, or in all the settings of the major events that took place. Many of the instances negative influences of drunkenness are in plain sight but the effect alcohol has justifies the actions as though they were indeed good. In the novel Tortilla Flat, it is shown how drunkenness is able to corrupt even the purest of minds and can negatively impact a person’s morality and judgement while under the influence and even while sober. Morals are a major aspect of a human being’s life, morals are what help in making sound judgement.
An archetype where life moves from one stage to another is considered a journey. This archetype can be separated into two different categories, western and eastern. Western journeys have a set destination they must reach and the series of events that are in order. Eastern journeys have no destination. They are series of happenings in no particular order, whatever happens is accepted for what it is.
The Supreme Court case, Rochin v. California, was a case that had shocked the conscience. The brutality and laziness of the police left the petitioner, Richard Rochin, violated of his fourth, fifth, and fourteenth amendments. The ignorance of unreasonable search, self-incrimination, and due process led this case to be a landmark of police work and processes paralleling with the rights of the Constitution. On July 1st, 1949, three Los Angeles police officers entered Richard Rochin’s residence after a tip came through their police hotline.