This shows his readers that he respects all dumpsters which is completely opposite of how we view them. To show how unglamorous Dumpster diving was, he quotes the words “scavenging” and “foraging”. In a way, it was very capturing how the author described in full detail, yet in an educated way, that Dumpster diving is not bad and shouldn’t be looked down upon. For example, he uses the word “de-emulsified” which not a typical English word a person will hear every day. This can also show the reader that not all people who end up digging through a dumpster means they’re not well-educated.
Not to mention, he takes the case without outwardly pleading it is a hopeless cause. To show, Atticus defends Tom Robinson as he would defend any white man, and makes it his civil duty to do this man right. Coupled with Atticus’s personal beliefs, he never shows regret in his obligation to Tom Robinson and his family. In another instance, Atticus respected these citizens even before the case. Though the residents of Maycomb did not agree with him, Atticus stuck to his belief all men are created equal.
This shows that Piggy is insightful of the situation at hand and seeks to collaborate with the rest of the boys to certify that there is no such thing as a beast in order to fix the cause of their civilization breaking up, which is fear. Consequently, Piggy proves to be an insightful collaborator because he is intelligent through his
This quote shows that even though Huckleberry Finn’s plan works, Tom doesn’t care about it because it is simple and doesn’t have anything complicated in it, while Tom’s plan is complicated and adventurous. “‘But looky here, Tom, what do we want to warn anybody for that something’s up? Let them find out for themselves--it’s their lookout.’ ‘Yes, I know; but you can’t depend on them’” (p.267). This shows that Tom wants to warn the Phelps family that Jim is to be stolen so that he and Huckleberry will have some opposition when freeing him. Finally, Tom Sawyer also thinks that being terribly injured just makes a situation more interesting.
It wasn’t necessary Father ” ( Silko 1175) . Leon’s reaction is not only strange, but smug. He enjoys telling the Father that his traditions were not forgotten, but instead, were considered unnecessary to him and his
McCandless was also never a harm to people he met. He would actually help out and instead of being a “leech”, he would help out and was even considered to be a hard worker. the only case of him hurting anybody would be that of Ronald Franz. He was hurt by Chris’s unintentional
“He wasn’t a nutcase” (85). Why does Krakauer use this euphemism? Krakauer uses this euphemis because he believes that McCandless wasn’t insane, he was clever just the way he is. He follows what he wanted to be and what he wanted to become, he didn’t back just because people said he wasn’t like other people, who would have jobs and build a family. “He wasn’t incompetent...And, he wasn’t a nutcase, he wasn’t a sociopath, he wasn’t an outcast” (85).
The fact that Atticus did not discriminate against people lower in the social hierarchy of Maycomb proves how humble the man was. With the Cunninghams, Atticus took any form of payment they could give; with the Radley’s, Atticus criticized his children for teasing and nosing into the family’s business; with Mrs. Dubose, Atticus did not tell his children to avoid her because
Some may say that George made mistakes too. Yes, George made mistakes such as telling Lennie to hit Curley, but none of his mistakes caused deaths. Furthermore, he didn’t have a disability. Lennie’s disabilities and innocence was what differed the effect of their mistakes. George made an excellent decision by killing Lennie.
Beorn has no love for dwarves, but because of the story Gandalf told him, he provided the group a place to stay. The trust between Gandalf and Beorn was made solid when Beorn went to check if they were telling the truth in their story. He says, "It was a good story, that of yours, but I like it still better now I am sure it is true" (Tolkien 123). Beorn had to trust that the company would be courteous and good guests. There was also the chance that one of them could be untrustworthy and try to hurt him.
Barret saw it necessary to show that they are capable of handling themselves and do not need the extra help as they are strong enough to take care of themselves. Ison was not justified in his murder to kill, but justified in his pride being hurt. Though he dealt with it in the wrong way, he had the right
This isn’t an easily avoidable problem, as an employer my uncle is not allowed to doubt the numbers that the workers give him, and he can’t try and prove they are illegal. H-2A could solve this problem, but on the other hand, it doesn’t work for
Padrón stacked the deck in a way that supported his argument, but did not consider alternatives. Taking that into consideration, this creates a chance that the target audience will be suspicious of his intentions. Nevertheless, his use of logos was effective and each fact was never misleading or went unexplained. The only drawback to his use of facts was that it outweighed pathos and ethos when it came to content. It can be difficult for the audience to maintain their interest while reading statistic after statistic.
They weren’t perceived as a threat, so everything they introduced was accepted without any questions. The Ibo people are catching onto the white men’s negative influence on their culture. They’ve established trading posts to bring in money, and Mr. Brown declares that the gods they all worship are powerless pieces of wood. In the Ibo people’s defense, Akunna argues that Chukwu, a creator of good things, designed this wood. Neither Mr. Brown nor Akunna change their views, but they learned more about each other’s faith through the conversation.
I have given you my soul; leave my name!” (Act IV pg.1333) He doesn’t want another lie to be draping in his life. Proctor is not a stranger to hard work. He is an industrial man when it comes to his farm. His wife, Elizabeth Proctor, says, “My husband is a good and righteous man. He 's never drunk, as some are, nor wasting his time at the shovelboard, but always at his work” (Act III pg.1310) She is proving that he is not a lazy man and is determined to make his farm as successful as possible.