Their deaths and Lennie’s eventual death result in the unfulfillment of the dream, leaving everyone lonely and without purpose. Dogs, both old and young, are a comfort to those with otherwise very lonely lives. Candy, the ranch worker, had grown attached to his old sheepdog, which he had had raised from when it was a puppy. His fellow ranch workers despised the dog, as it was useless and smelled bad, and eventually convinced Candy to have it shot. The dog, while of no working value, was a faithful companion to Candy.
"Boo was about six and a half feet tall, judging him from his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch, that's why his hands are blood-stained - if you ate an animal raw, you could never wash the blood off. There was a long jagged scar that ran across his face; what teeth he had were yellow and rotten; his eyes popped, and he drooled most of the time." (To Kill a Mockingbird, p.13). The children test his boundaries as well as their own imaginations by constructing the image. It adds to the game and encourages Jem and Scout to develop distinctions for their boundaries.
But it was jus’ a dead mouse an’ I was on’y pettin’ it. Then suddenly I made George upset ‘cause I said I liked them beans with ketchup an’ that I would like rabbits ‘cause they ain’t that small. He told me that I’m way too irresponsible for any kind of animal an’ he told me how happy he would be without me. He also told that I ain’t gonna say nothing tomorrow. An’ that I need to hide in the bush if I get in trouble.
In of mice and men George and Lennie have this big idea to work and save up their money to build a farm. lennie gets so excited about the idea and wants to have rabbits because he loves soft fury animals. In the end the plan doesnt go as well as expected, Lennie ends up killing his puppy and also curlys wife. So george had no choice but to shoot him. In the T.V series Dexter, the main character "Dexter" is living a double life almost, he is a blood splatter specialist in homicide.
Soon his anger takes the best of him, “you’ve had a fair warning now,” I yelled at him. I’m enraged now” (139). His existential beliefs are pushing him to attack the goat without reason, “I tip up a boulder, and let it fall thundering down at him” (139). The goat notices Grendel the entire encounter and completely ignores him. It climbs the cliff instinctively, attempting to dodge Grendel’s attacks, “he keeps on climbing, mindless, mechanical, because it is the business of goats to climb” (140).
“Of Mice And Men” (Alternative Ending) Lennie collapsed on the damp earth, it’s cool moisture combining with his sweat soaked body emitting a thick mist of steam from his huge frame. Lennie had tried to remember where to meet George, but his blind panic had sent him zig-zagging through the woods like the chickens used to do when the old lady broke their necks to prepare them for the dinner table. He remembered how soft the feathers felt and he would spend ages just running his hands through them, still soft and warm, tinged with blood…. so pretty. ‘George gonna be so mad at me’, he said to himself.
Later in the novel, the Shimerda’s find it difficult to gather enough food to feed the family. Another example of the negative allusions appears when the weather started changing, no longer comforting the earth, but losing color and warmth “While the autumn color was growing pale on the grass and cornfields, things went badly with our friends the Russians” (35). The Russians immigrants, Pavel and Peter find themselves indebted to the local money lender who cares about nothing more than making a profit. When Jim reconnects with his first Nebraska friend, Antonia, they look up at the sky together while on the roof of the chicken house. The sky was dark but the two children were able to find peace in it; “Half the sky was checkered with black thunderheads, but all the west was luminous and clear: in the lightning-flashes it looked like deep blue water, with the sheen of
Name Teacher Course Date Morality in Zora Neale Hurston’s “Sweat” Zora Neale Hurston’s “Sweat” suggests a lack of morals from both Delia and Sykes. Morality is an extent to which an action is right or wrong. Throughout the story, Sykes shows his lack of morals. Sykes put a rope on Delia’s back knowing she hates spiders, snakes and bugs, which caused Delia to freak out. An example of Sykes lack of morals is, “If you such a big fool dat you got to have a fit over an earth worm or a string, ah don’t keer how bad ah skeer you” (705).
the big yellow and black spiders that have the solid white zig-zag down the middle of the web. My brother, being the competitor he is, ignored all the spiders and finished the race. Transistion: So walking into spiderwebs is a scary and annoying pet peeve. Now i want to tell you about a couple of annoying pet peeve. II.
Political satire is the most common. One Nanga criticizes a political leader for not taking necessary actions and for being cunning like a squirrel, which rummages through the fields but is always lifting his head to make sure he is not being watched. In that particular Nanga, the dancers mimic squirrel movements of digging and looking to see if others are watching them. Nafali is a male masquerade dance from Liberia. It is an entertainment dance that is the most common of the male masquerade requiring the greatest amount of agility.