Each character displayed in the breakfast club played a significant role in showing how individuals from varies backgrounds can relate to other another. John Bender is considered the criminal of the group. He is known as a bully and trouble maker with no regard for authority. Bender seems to be desperate for attention which could explain his behavior. His reputation as being tough and a jerk perceives him.
Although he shows these traits, he doesn’t realize that he has friends. He is finally convinced when Alai says to him, “‘Always my friend, always the best of my friends,’” ( ). The extent of his friendship is shown by this, warming the heart of readers. Another powerful example of his friendships extent is when William Bee answered, “‘Ender, if you 're on one side of the battle, it won 't be equal no matter what the conditions are.’ ‘Right!’, called the boys. Many of them laughed.
It’s to keep him from using his intelligence. There’s rules in the society, and everyone has gotten used to them. Harrison Bergeron, their son, on the other hand, doesn’t respect the norms, and has been placed in jail for committing crimes.This story shows the struggle of society and how it tries to prevent people from standing apart from the crowd. The author shows this when he wrote
The Outsiders In my opinion, I think that I can relate to Ponyboy. I think this because like Ponyboy I am caring, respectful, responsible, and could be rough at times. If I were in his situation of Johnny’s death and Dally’s death I would feel the same. Johnny did die a hero but Dally died because he wanted to and was just mad and devastated about Johnny’s death. One of the main reasons I can mostly relate myself to Ponyboy is because he is a caring person.
Amir's Moral Ambiguity is important to this story because he provides readers to like and hate him. The author provides the reader with mixed feeling about Amir. In his childhood in Kabul Amir comes off as heartless person. He is this because he has done evil stuff in his life. In the beginning of the story something bad happens to Hassan, Amir says,¨In the end, I ran.
Billy Buck is the fatherly man that everyone can’t help but love and trust. In The Red Pony by John Steinbeck, Billy Buck plays the trust worthy, impressive man everyone wants as a father. Billy is very prideful in the fact that he was able to help Jody, the son of Billy’s employer, and be the father Jody wished he had. Billy felt awful when Jody lost faith in him. Billy will also feel a very different emotion, such as pride when his respected elders think him a good man.
Instead, if they love each other they could find a way to stop this tension. Acts of violence and hate are never the answer to any problem, yet people seek it just to have fun, show pride, or be gallant. In The Outsiders there was a rumble between the Socs and Greasers to show who’s boss, but after this epic fight nothing changed. All of the Greasers were hurt really bad, the only thing they got for this loss was the Socs being chased out
According to two-bit johnny and Dallas were always heroes and dally does not want to be a hero, Or known as one, but most definite he doesn’t wanna be called one that 's for sure. Dally has the biggest reputation for being the best, toughest and the meanest in the outsiders. He also served time in juvenile prison and even came from a broken home environment … in the book and the movie. Ponyboy fears dally and most of all ponyboy dislikes dally for his horrible and rude personality. When they hide out in the abandoned
The first example of these fights is between the greasers and the Socs. Both classes disliked each other, just because of prejudice. The greasers assumed that all Socs were condescending, egocentric, and gaudy, and all the Socs identified the greasers as dangerous hoods. Therefore, lots of Socs would jump the greasers and vice versa. The next example of prejudice and hate is the fact that Ponyboy hates all guys with green eyes (page 1, chapter 1) only because he associates green eyes with Socs.
Balram admits that he has always been a liar, and it is by lying that he has ensured his existence in a fiercely competitive world. His disloyalties do not fill him with remorse; instead rage overwhelms him. Every time he steals his master's money, he is reminded of how much the feudal