I think this because the reporter said “ He was trying to deny his victims families to watch him suffer like his victims suffered.” This makes the reader get the impression that he was utterly ashamed of what he has done and he regrets his actions deeply. The author uses two methods in the article and one of the is fact and opinion, an example of a fact is ‘Michael tries to run, but he was gunned down with four shots’ the quotation creates an emotional response because it is blunt and represents the brutality in which one of the boy’s was killed. A second example of a fact was that “ Harris was sentenced to death” this one quote summarises
Dr. Roylott is presented as a character that is not necessarily an angry man and is not at full mental capability. This is discovered when Helen Stoner describes how Dr. Roylott disposed of a former butler and accused thief ‘In a fit of anger...be beat his native butler to death.’ The slang word ‘fit’ shows that this was an outburst and he is not usually angry to the mental state of wanting to commit homicide. This shows he could have been outraged by his daughter to the point where he had a fit of anger and kill her for a simple reason. This makes the reader feel unsafe around Dr. Roylott, as they are worried he could snap at any moment, but gain more confidence in Holmes as they feel he could easily beat a man who is not at full mental capability. Dr. Roylott is presented a scary, unwanted man.
I figured something unpleasant would happen to T.J., because throughout the story, he has been evil, such as when he used the cheat notes for the test, so eventually something horrible will strike back at him, in this case it would be him going into jail. 2) When Cassie mourns for T.J. , I feel most sorry for T.J., because of the terrible things that happened to him such as him being beaten by R.W. and Melvin. I also feel most sorry for T.J., because you would wonder how his family would feel about him going into jail, watching him being beaten, and hear that he robbed the mercantile. I think the Avery family would be disappointed and sad for T.J.. 3) Cassie changed by the events of the night of the fire, because she started out by thinking that black people need to stand out to the white people without causing problems, but in the end she realizes that papa started to stop the men from hanging T.J. without papa using his gun, so she understood that if he used his gun he would probably the one who will be hung.
Philip Gerrido was a sick man, and obviously had a problem that he couldn’t control. Gerrido was a rapist. He and his wife knew it was wrong, but kidnapped Jaycee anyways. As much as I hate to say it, Jaycee was a slave to Gerrido. At first, he handcuffed her, but gave her more freedom, as he thought that Jaycee “earned” his trust.
Neither does he know how to get rid of the guilt, until Rahim Khan gives him a way. Amir keeps blaming himself for his mother’s death and he thinks that Baba is mad at him for killing his wife. When Baba is dead, Amir finds out the truth about his father. Now Amir feels that he doesn’t only have his own sins to sort out, but also his father’s. When Amir doesn’t prevent Hassan from getting raped he begins to feel dirty.
The grandmother also seems to throw the word “good” around without any apparent knowledge of what the definition might be. For instance she labels Red Sammy as a “good man” after he complains about the untrustworthiness of people because of a recent incident in which he had been swindled. The
The cause of the grudge has been forgotten, but treated like tradition. The evilness of the ‘parent’s strife’ led to the deaths of many civilians and their children. They caused themselves the trouble of losing their own. This is ironic because usually children cause the trouble. In addition the parents kill the grudge with their children, as it caused the problem first.
This in comparison to what they did to Carl Lee’s daughter, Tonya, which was torture, was in no way the same. These men committed a crime out of hate, which differs from Carl Lee’s actions. Carl Lee murdered these men for what they did to his daughter. He did to them what he found they deserved. Carl Lee was a hardworking man,
"(376) The grandmother is talking about how the misfit is a good person, yet she knows nothing about the man except the fact he is a criminal and a murderer. The Misfit’s morals are completely different from the grandmothers. The Misfit will always stand by what he believes regardless of the situation. The Misfit believes that the outcome of anything is what he creates. When the Misfit says "Yes'm," smiling slightly as if he were pleased in spite of himself to be known, "but it would have been better for all of you, lady, if you hadn't of reckernized me."
“A Good Man is Hard to Find” In O’Connor’s short story, “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” there are a couple of themes that can be pointed out. The gist of the story is how the actions of a grandmother get her and her family killed. From the events in the story I garnered that violence cause’s change. Violence is never a good thing, but in this story it serves a purpose, in terms of the grandmother. It gets her to see how hateful her prejudice is towards others; not until her family is killed is she able to make a connection with someone else and accept GOD’s grace.