Nevertheless, the praise that everyone gives him doesn’t always bring positive outcomes. Tom takes this for granted and tricks his gang or followers. He demonstrated the disturbing side of society when he allows Jim to remain a captive because he wanted an extravagant escape plan. This strength seen by Huck and others leads to the carefree lifestyle of Sawyer. If one has strength or power, he/she acts the way the desire.
She has no racial prejudice against Tom but her growth is almost incredible as she comes to understand all the prejudice against her father's client and that he will lose the case simply because Tom is black. However she still keeps faith in human nature whereas Jem is traumatised by it. They both begin to have an understanding of why their father is defending a black man even if it means constant harrassment. This instills a feeling of goodness in them, seeing how their father is doing the right thing even when it brings him in harms
There is a fine line between making fun of or mocking an individual with a mental disability and actually truthfully acting out how someone is with a real disability. Again, Hoffman does this very well and does not make the viewer feel as if he is making fun of anyone at all. Tom Cruise also plays his role very well, showing almost no remorse or sympathy towards his brother, Raymond, when they first meet. It takes a certain type of person to be able to act that out completely and make it believable. The entire topic of the movie is a very sensitive one, so Cruise was exceptional in making the viewer believe that he truly just wanted to get his half of the money from Raymond, and not build a relationship with him.
Both messages are similar to those one might find in tales designed to support a moral message. The Overcoat and The Necklace each use opposing ideas to help support the same moral message about the materialistic world. In the story of The Overcoat, we find a man who is content in his life. His contentment is based on not needing anything but the satisfaction of his work. The life we see in Akaky Akakievich does not need the approval of others and does not need the acquisition of things in order to achieve anything more within his self awareness.
All Lennie actions show his innocence. They way he likes to pet, the way Lennie does not understand the real things and the way of how people treats him is what shows that people do not need to be smart to transcend in life. Or the way George protects Lennie and the way George take decisions in his life and Lennie’s life shows that to exceed in life, you do not need to be the smartest person in life. You only need the
Hatred is expressed threw the actions of Tibult because he is an adult and he displays malicious attitude towards Romeo only because he is a Montague. On the contrary although Juliet is of the same family as Tibult she feels no hatred but instead love towards Romeo because she is young and has no prejudices. Although Friar Lawrence is an adult he holds no hatred and is a friend to both families. Nature is not responsible for the hatred expressed by individuals. Instead the people and the environment people live in effects the behavior.
Although their situations are totally different, they were both victims of imprisonment of the men in their lives. They have no choice but to be obedient because of the time these stories take place. Even though these men didn’t intentionally drive these women crazy their strict and narrow-minded ways gave these women no choice. The actions of these men were obviously out an unconditional love; they treated these women as prized possessions and felt that their ways were strictly good for these women. Unfortunately, these same loving and overprotected actions lead the women of their lives to
Larry also has an affect on the heroism aspect of the novela. In my opinion Larry LaSalle is not a hero, because despite helping Nicole become a dancing star “he made me feel like a ballerina” and Francis “a table tennis champion”, he still has a horrible secret. He is not even ashamed of attacking “sweet young things”. He himself asked “does that one sin of mine wipe away all the good things?” But you could argue that he has ruined as many lives as he has helped. He doesn’t seem to have a conscience like Francis does; he is amazed that Francis feels bad at all ”you wanted to die because of that?” This shows that Larry could be still ruthless and that it didn’t mean anything to Francis.
From one side we can see Anthony and his wealth (his views about real feelings, about love) and from another side we see Richard and his feelings. Anthony thinks that money can do everything in our life, even buy love (“Money is successful every time. I don’t know anything you can’t buy with it. Tell me something that money can’t buy”). But Richard has opposite opinion (“There are some things that money can’t do,” said the young man rather sadly.
They like owning a lot of money to spend without considering, and you know, gambling can satisfy their needs. It leads to the second temptation that students have to face is gambling. The next example is my brother’s friend. His name is Duy. He is completely tempted by gambling.