Also, he laughs a lot, and most of the student Know him for that and because of sports. Furthermore, he cares of his surrounding people, as he has the ability of being more than seven hours looking for Claudia when she disappeared during a snowstorm. He does not mind winning or loosing, as he only wants to have fun. An example, is when he was from titans and Andrew was from Hornet in the championship, as titans won and he saw Andrew dispirited, he gave the trophy to him. He has a bubble gum that was from Claudia and he sees it as a lucky
So that, to me, is funny that he brought that up. The there is his deadliest catch segment. Mike uses physical comedy here and acts like he is holding onto railings for dear life. This is because he is reenacting being on the Bering Sea and the captain told him that safety was on him and that it was the captain’s job to only make them rich. Mike’s nervousness was very
The readers can also tell he loved the gang as much as he loved his life (although Ponyboy stated in the book, “life was one big joke to Two-Bit”) but clearly, he was so energetic and lively and funny, how could he not love his life and his gang? For instance, he immediately protested when Cherry
Henry in “The Ransom of Red Chief” Uses situational irony to produce humor for the reader through the plot. Situational irony is present when the men kidnapped Johnny and he was happy about it. The two men are talking to Johnny, “‘Red Chief,” says to the kid, “would you like to go home?” “Aw what for?” says he. “I don’t have any fun at home . .
When Jimmy decides to check out Elmore, he presents himself with “fine” manners and lures the locals into telling him all about the town. Here Jimmy is indirectly characterized again as sly, untruthful and willing to take chances for his own betterment. On page 53 the author writes “he looked at her with a strange soft smile on his face and in his eyes.” This is the moment where the author indirectly reveals Jimmy’s change of heart. He was saying good bye to Annabel and accepting that he was the only one who could save Agatha. He knew this would cause him to be arrested.
He portrays a ordinary person that be bullied by the superior and gets laughed at by others. The lowliness of the character are performed vividly by him. He also shows us how he enjoys the fantastic and stimulation adventure, aspires after more provocative journey. The most attractive part of his performance is the scene that he skateboards on the road of mountains, on that time, Walter Mitty feels very relax and easiness, like a bird that flying in the sky freely. Ben Stiller understands the feelings of Walter Mitty very well and shows us that complex emotions by exquisite skills of performance.
Gatsby's success in fortune is great, his strong will of achieving life goal is also great. He becomes the big name of the society, and becomes the upper class's deputy. Everyone is glad to come to his party, everyone admires his property, and everyone wants to be his friend, even Daisy has taken much notice of him and falls in love with him again. Gatsby is also great when he loses his life in order to protect Daisy from the accident. He is too great to think that he could get the
Showing us his form of enslavement is his gambling problem. His virtues of enthusiasm and gratitude overshadow his form of enslavement because of the importance of each one. His first virtue of enthusiasm reveal his value to William when he uses it to introduce William for his matches, convincing everyone that William is one of the best in the world. His second virtue of gratitude is expressed at the end of the movie when he is around his friends and acknowledging each one of them by hugging them, showing us that he deeply cares and are thankful for them and their friendship. Making his virtues kill his form of enslavement causing him to be a better
In these two examples it shows that his co-workers who were earlier very rude, now realize the larger picture, that they should have stuck up for Charlie a lot sooner. They have now gone through a complete transformation in behavior and now act acceptable and even kind to Charlie. They finally realize he, as well as those others who are mentally disabled are people who have feelings and deserve respect. When Charlie realizes that these men are now accepting of him and are really his friends, he collapses into tears of happiness and thinks to himself “It's good to have friends” (21). At one point,
How the government faked his, and their, deaths on tv to satisfy their viewers, that if anything happens to the books of Ecclesiastes and Revelation(chapters of the Bible) that Montag will be the last record of it because of a trick they have to pull up the oldest memories of a person, similar to looking back through a hard drive to find information. They even witness Montag's city being bombed, with only pieces of buildings, distorted in all sorts of pieces, it was only after this when Montag remembered something that he had forgotten 10 years ago: he had first met his wife Mildred, who was killed in the bombing, in Chicago. (CS) In the end Montag leaves his society and begins the next step of his journey: to travel the land searching for others to teach what he has
He has won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother” (298). Even though he is crying, the tears he sheds are tears of joy because he finally sees what he has been missing. Winston gains peace and acceptance that the government controls him. Both Wade and Winston gain something at the end of each book.