¨We in the audience can see the implication that eludes them (this is where our expectations concerning roads enter the equation), so much so that we may want to scream at them to walk them to walk up the road to a new life (Foster 236).¨ We didn't expect Tom to cheat on his wife, Daisy after he so called claimed he loved her. But what is really ironic, during the end of the book, Tom goes to Wilson's garage to get some gas for the car. Wilson explains to Tom how he thinks his wife Myrtle is having an affair but does not know who it is. As Daisy was driving, she accidentally killed Myrtle and it is insane because Daisy did not know Tom was cheating on her with Myrtle as well. It shows how dishonest and cruel people be.
In the story, Connie looked at the phrase “man the flying saucers and she felt like “words meant something to her that she did not yet know” (p.) which if she was on drugs she might not be aware of the fact that what she is seeing is not real, but eventually when she is sober she will understand. The ambiguity of Arnold Friend leaves many unanswered questions for readers. Unless Joyce Carol Oates decides to reveal the real Arnold Friend, readers may never know if he was in fact the devil or just a figment of Connie’s
In the case U.S. v. Guerrero (2007), voluntary consent is put to the test. The textbook writes that suspicion caused two deputies to question Mr. Guerrero and Mr. Torres travel plans. Upon questioning Mr. Guerrero and his uncle, Deputy Rhodd found their stories suspicious. The Deputy then observed Guerrero’s behavior shift from defensive to polite and cooperative. Besides his behavior, the officer noticed the car key was on a single key ring and there was paraphernalia in the gears shift of the vehicle.
Mrs. Jones doesn’t want Roger to run loose because he might try to steal someone else’s pocket purse and the person he tries to steal from might not be as considerate as Mrs. Jones. “The door was open. He could make a dash for it down the hall. He could run,run,run,run,run!” This demonstrates, that Roger was thinking to leave but instead he stayed so he can earn Mrs.Jones trust also he showed his appreciation for her because she didn’t take him to jail or call the police on him.
C. Solution: influencing and convincing people to not use their cell phone while driving to decrease or have zero deaths or injuries each year in car collisions caused by cell phone use. • Some do not realize that the use of cell phone while driving can distract you in many ways ➢ While driving there are three main types of distraction visual, manual, cognitive. Taking your eyes of the road is visual distracting for example looking at your phone. Taking your hand of the wheel is manual distraction for example having your phone in hand and not on the wheel. Lastly taking your mind off the road is cognitive distraction for example conversation on the phone while driving.
Alcohol clouds The Senator’s judgment as he turns onto the old, abandoned road. Kelly notices the faux pas but refuses to initially say anything. When she was younger, she made her father angry for talking back to him. When she cautions The Senator about their predicament, he not only insists that he’s got a grasp on the situation, but also exerts his lure onto the innocent girl.
When he is talking to his wife about what happened, he says, “I hated to kill him. I’ve never wanted to do anything like that in my life” (124). He never thought that he would need to kill a man, but when he realized that the the alternate option was to leave his wife, he decided to do what he felt was necessary in order to stay with her. This is another amazing example of how love can cause people to act in an irrational
Throughout the book they start to become friends and realize many things they didn’t really know they would learn. In the beginning of the book Peeta tried to help Katniss in many ways. He told people that he was in love with her to help her get sponsors. Also, at the beginning of the games Peeta shook his head to Katniss telling her not to go the the supply area to try to save her from the blood bath.
He lies about his name, family’s wealth, where he was educated, as well as where his family was educated. To his own misfortune, Jay Gatsby is the most abhorrent character in the novel, due to the immoral ways in which he tries to capture Daisy’s affection. One loathsome way that Jay Gatsby attempts to appeal to people of high social ranking, like Daisy, is by recreating his past. In the renowned novel, Gatsby took Nick Carraway out for a drive in his car one morning. They began to converse which led to Gatsby telling Nick his life story.
However, he also does not want Nick hate him caused lose Nick. In my opinion, from Myrtle accident happened to Gatsby protect Daisy, its climax of the novel. Gatsby is still trying to catch his dream even sacrifice himself to approach Daisy, if the media knows is Gatsby driving that car it will cause
Why did they rejoice when an ‘enemy’ was met with it? Why were they wanting it for themselves? Even my own mother would rather him die than have her son save a life; I simply couldn’t comprehend it. As soon I managed to wriggle my arm free from her grasp I was off again bolting towards the site of the crash. I wasn’t thinking of how I was to save him, I just knew I had to try my absolute best.
It can let your child talk to way older people and they will come to your house without you there or knowing that it will happen. By doing so your child will either get hurt or molested, and you don 't want that to happen to your child. Also if you text and drive you could get badly injured because of your bad behavior. Those are the bad effects of using electronics.
Since we know he was going to keep bugging us and trying to take our belongings me and my mom got a restraining order against him and the judge granted it. We finally just wanted to move and get away from all this stuff. But he tried to stop us since we had to tell the judge we were moving and he heard it during court. He obviously didn’t want us moving because he wanted our belongings since we kicked him out. But thankfully the judge said we are able to move back to Maryland since my mom already called her work in order for her to continue to work at Verizon and get transferred there.
Another character is Connie’s mother. Connie and her mother argue and bicker on a regular basis. She seems to be constantly getting after Connie "Stop gawking at yourself, who are you? You think you’re so pretty?” (Oates 308).
Connie, the main character in Joyce Carol Oates’ short story, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” is a young woman with palpably low self-esteem. This vulnerability allows Arnold Friend, the main antagonist of the story, to successfully attract and manipulate Connie. The story begins by highlighting Connie’s daily rituals of self-assurance (369). In order to feel secure with herself, even for a fleeting moment, Connie looks at herself in a mirror to make sure that she is satisfied with what she sees; this ritual is coupled with her tendency, when in public, to scan the area in order to make sure that no one is making any disgruntled looks about her appearance (369).