While awaiting trial Frank 's father Matt Fowler decides to give Mr.Strout a punishment he felt was necessary. Mr.Fowler went out and ended up murdering the man who murdered his son. While reading the story the audience dominantly takes Frank 's father 's side on the situation rather than feeling the same way about the two murders. People seem to sway towards Mr.Fowlers side of the story because they say it was out of love, Richard Strout deserved it, and Frank was innocent unlike Mr. Strout. Love is the key to all relationships throughout the world.
He has had a back injury after working with the horses as a stable buck. When he is alone in his private room, he soothes his back aches with a bottle of liniment. He chooses to treat the damage in the company of only himself, because his back problems are seen as an embarrassing weakness on top of his race. When Lenny appeared in his doorway to see the puppy “Crooks did not see
In our culture, it’s common for families to be depressed when their loved one passes away. They love them, and have a bond with that person, so funerals in our culture are always a very emotional and hard time for people. And I feel like it would be even worse to have a funeral for a child who passed, because they didn’t get to experience what the real world is like. They were still in their young and innocent days. Death hits us hard in our culture and deeply hurts the family members who have the deal with the passing of their loved one.
Just like the main character enjoyed life for a short time through love, Doc enjoyed the party and for a moment didn’t appear lonely. Once the party was over and the guests left, Doc’s loneliness returns. The last lines of the novel “And the white rats scampered and scrambled in their cages. And behind the glass the rattlesnakes lay still and stared into space with their dusty frowning eye” (Steinbeck 196) personifies the bleakness of Doc’s situation. Just like the rats and snakes in their cages, Doc is trapped in his loneliness once
For instance, John Bristow killed Lula Landry because he envied all that she was and had. John not only killed Lula, but Rochelle and his brother when they were younger as well. The author uses each character to incorporate a theme. The author used John the most with him always questioning, and wanting to find out who did it. The author also used John to show how much he envied.
The Consequences of Betrayal “The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies….it comes from friends and loved ones” (Ash Sweeny). Ash Sweeny’s quote can be considered true for many reasons. It applies to both to the situation of betrayal in “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” by Shakespeare and with the death of Skylar Neese a 16-year old girl murdered by her best friends. Both of them were betrayed not by enemies but by loved ones and friends, which is where betrayal originates according to Sweeny. Julius Caesar and Skylar Neese were both stabbed to death and killed by their best friends, both of them being victims of the greatest form of betrayal and the both of them completely unsuspecting.
Therefore these two texts create suspense because, it makes the readers think. Imagery creates suspense in the two texts. For example in “The Monkey's paw’ it states, “He sat alone in the darkness, gazing at the dying fire and seeing faces in it.” This shows that we may be worried because, he is alone in the dark and he is seeing faces IN the fire. Another example from “The Monkey’s paw” is, “The knocking ceased suddenly, although the echoes of it were still in the house.”
His past haunts him like and ghost and his present possesses him like a demon. The teachers ignore him due to his outer appearance and the other boys in his class kick his ass on the walk home and call him a fag. He sits at the the roof of the school eating his lunch alone like he had one for years contemplating how he should be, what is wrong with him, and why everyone hates him when he notices a boy trying to tape back together his glasses. The other boy on the roof lifts up his head only to meet shawn’s gaze. A bit a sweat trickled down shawn's back, cringed, his heart beated faster with confusion and before the other boy could say one word, shawn had already dipped.
The horrendous outcome in the case of Dead Poets Society was the death of Neil Perry. Neil realized that life was not worth living if his ideas and dreams were regarded as insignificant. He fathomed the possibility of becoming an actor but instead he became his father’s pawn. This dissatisfaction clearly led to his own riddance. The shackles were too much for Neil perry and would be too much for any individual.
Friendship is the lock that closes the door to loneliness. Candy was aware of the lonely life of men on ranches and to avoid this solitude, he grew a reliance on the companionship of his mutt, and later George and Lennie. After a gruesome argument in the ranch, Candy 's mutt was taken to be shot and Candy lay on his bed terribly sad, "A shot sounded in the distance...For a moment he [Candy] continued to stare at the ceiling. Then he rolled slowly over and faced the wall and lay silent" (51). Carlson had initiated a conversation on Candy 's dog reeking in the ranch house and a final decision was made to shoot the dog and put its misery to an end.