Ralph told all the boys on the island Piggy’s old nickname. Being a chubby child people “Used to call me piggy!” (Golding, 11) Going against Piggy’s wishes expresses betrayal through the disrespect Ralph shows towards Piggy. Jack and his tribe turn on Simon for his fear of the beast. The boys chant “Kill the beast! Cut his throat!
Since his father lie to him and kill the dog, Christopher feel very disappointed and he can’t trust his father anymore. As a result, he decide go to London and find his mother who was act by Enid Graham. At the middle of the story, Christopher is on the train station and he is performing the behaviors of autistic person such as he hate the noises that made by train and hate people touch him. Those behaviors caused him almost near the death. Fortunately,other people help him and he get to his mother’s house successfuly.
The abuse was so bad that when Gacy was molested by a family friend he suffered in silence. Gacy was so scared about what his father would do he chose to keep quiet. John Wayne Gacy was guilty of killing 33 people mostly teenage boys and burying them under his house. He got most of his victims by dressing up as pogo the clown. In conclusion I fully believe that that abuse and bullying have a lot to do with how a person reacts.
In the narrative, “On the Sidewalk Bleeding”, written by Evan Hunter, a true message hides behind the words, explaining the tragic life-ending story of Andy. He was a member of the “ROYAL” gang, living life to the fullest, so he thought, getting a social status in his community and not letting the true Andy take off the silk purple jacket reading ROYAL on
The Choice to be Made Andy, a sixteen year old boy in Hunter’s story “On The Sidewalk Bleeding,” wanted to be known as a Royal, but after representing his gang he attracted more attention to himself and got stabbed by a rival gang. So, while he laid in an alley bleeding out he decided to remove his Royals jacket so nobody would ignore his death. Then, he was found dead by Laura and a cop who got the wrong impression after finding the Royal’s jacket near Andy’s deceased body. In the author’s short story, he tells the last moments of Andy’s life to show regret is something that is likely to happen when people do not think about a life changing decision before they make it. Choices are important to think about thoroughly.
Ponyboy is so lost in the situation he does not know what to do. ”Hearing this, Ponyboy protests: “I had the knife. I killed Bob”. When Randy tries to set him straight, Ponyboy gets upset. He insists that he killed Bob and that Johnny is not dead.
Character Analysis: The character that I have chosen to analyze is Brother. At the beginning of the story, we are introduced to brother as a fun-loving kid who just wants a playmate. When his brother, Doodle, is born though he becomes selfish and ashamed of his brother. Brother is selfish when he says, “was embarrassed at having a brother of that age who couldn't walk, so I set out to teach him.” The only reason a Brother taught Doodle how to walk was for his own personal gain. Brother is ashamed of Doodle because of his disability and [Doodle] walked only because [Brother] was ashamed of having a crippled brother.
Johnny encounters a truly unpleasant life all through the novel The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton. Johnny's guardians constantly beat him up and disregard him. On top of that, he doesn't motivate enough to eat and is even attempting suicide, the greater part of that makes him the gang's pet. "If you can picture a little dark puppy that has been kicked too many times and is lost in a crowd of strangers, you'll have Johnny." Johnny was terrified of his own shadow after he was jumped by the Socs when he was sixteen.
The acting in The Outsiders is compelling to watch because it keeps the viewers on edge and excited. A scene with exceptional acting is right after Johnny kills a Social gang member in the park because he was drowning Pony. The scene starts with Johnny sitting against the fountain wall in a medium shot with the bloody knife in his grip. Johnny stutters as he speaks softly, “I killed him.” A quick cut shows a close-up of Pony with no facial expression to convey his emotions of shock and horror for what Johnny did. Johnny continues to mumble and repeat, “I killed that boy.” Johnny’s voice quivers because he is nervous about what will happen to him and Pony.
He learns that there are no there beings like him by observing the peasants that reside in a cottage, and questions if he is a “...monster, a blot upon the earth, from which all men fled and whom all men disowned?” (Shelley 3). These types of thoughts are often associated with depression, as outlined in a PALS presentation by students of SDA high school. Also, being alone on the earth and therefore socially isolated ads to loneliness, which is one of the main causes of depression worldwide. These key elements point to the fact that the monster is depressed because he is cut off from society, and causing depression to be present in even more people’s lives than today is a horrible
The oder and and sight of the living conditions of these peoples were an abomination.The book night talks about these topics and Wiesel writes and thinks about the death and disappearance of God and his own increasing disgusted with humanity, reflected in the overturn of the parent-child relationship, as his father drops to a helpless state Wiesel becomes his annoyed teenage caregiver. "If only I could get rid of this dead weight ... Immediately I felt ashamed of myself, ashamed forever." In Night everything is reversed, every value destroyed. "Here there are no fathers, no brothers, no friends," a kapo tells him.
After the death of Lavender, he is wracked with guilt because he believes that his preoccupation with his unrequited love for Martha caused the deaths of Ted Lavender and Kiowa, two members of Alpha Company. Cross sits at the bottom of his foxhole and cries for the passing of Lavender and the loss of Martha as his lover (Kaplan 45). He later destroys all the pictures he has of Martha since he felt ashamed for loving her more than his men (O’Brien 7, 9). In conclusion, Tim uses his mental struggles to deal with the scars left behind by the war by channeling his emotions into writing. He depicts the struggle that war veterans go through since not every soldier can forget the death and move on.
The Book also talks about when Johnny is nearly killed by Soc’s and is found almost dead. Johnny was found cut, bruised, and bleeding badly (Hinton 33). In the book when Ponyboy falls asleep in a lot and wakes up realizing he needs to go home. When he gets home Darry is angry at Pony for staying late. Ponyboy yells at Darry and he turns and Slaps Pony so hard he falls to the floor (Hinton 50).