It's mine. I'm just so angry and sad, all these different emotions running through me all day long. I can't handle it no more. It's all my fault, I do admit it. That moment that Tom Robinson stepped out of that court room and being granted guilty for abusing me, is the day that I knew I would never be the same.
“ ( 6,8 ). “ As I kissed him again, and embraced his emaciated body, a tear and a twinkle came to his eyes: he understood that despite my fanatical opposition to his way of life, despite all the shocks of childhood he had subjected me to, I still loved, dearly. ( 54,10 ). “ Tears began streaming down his hollow cheeks. My father was crying.
Grendel’s Assignment: 1. Grendel learns that not only are the humans different from him but their movements are “mysteriously irritating. While he is trapped in a tree and realizes he can’t get down, he calls out for him mother who is clearly not there. He then states, "I understood that, finally and absolutely, I alone exist." While the bull was striking towards him, he then seemed to think the world was nothing but chaotic.
Severus trudged slowly back to the Slytherin common room. He couldn't understand why Lily disliked him so much. He did know that he hated James Potter. He recalled that afternoon's events. A hatred such as had never known before was coursing through Severus like poison.
Odysseus was all tired out and fell to the ground. His remaining men came over to him to thank him. Odysseus was in an odd trance and would not wake up. Odysseus’ men were confused by his situation and they started to get scared that he had a 50 disease that could not be cured. One of Odysseus’ men started shaking Odysseus and shouting, “master, master, please wake, we need you to get back, I do not want to die”!
Boom! “ Men gather your weapons were under attack “ still half asleep I scurry across the room to get my boots on , still unstable I hit my toe against a nail but the excruciating pain had to be ignored as I only had 3-7 seconds to get out but on the plus side it got me wide awake. Prepped and ready I dash outside to fight for my country and my pride but it was quickly swallowed as I was intoxicated by the smell of the air, it had completely stifled my nose as it had a mixture of decaying flesh from comrades and other organisms; the smell of the latrines used for human waste well that’s all my nose could pick up and to make matters worse the rain for last night had saturated the soil and so the water in the trenches was at waist height making
Sweat pounded down my sweltering forehead, my muscles burned and every bone in my body screamed at me to stop, slow down. But my mind wouldn’t let me, my instinct was too strong. Branches ripped at my skin as I dodged the trees, I dared a glance back at my hunter and caught a glimpse of white skin, large hands firmly clasping a rope, and dark, stony eyes devoid of pity. I quickly turned my gaze back to the jungle ahead of me, but it was too late. The tree root came out of nowhere, entangling itself with my leg.
Whipping back and forth, his tail can not hide his excitement. As we head for the woods crisp fall leaves crunch with his every step. I tug on his leash as he sniffs and christens every bush and tree he finds. His head moves in circles with all the different scents in the air, he does not know which trail to follow. His nose twitches and his ears perk up with the sudden sound of another creature lurking.
While being around Rose-Johnny, georgeann becomes so attached to Rose-Johnny; she gets into a fight with her classmate. Hearing the youngest Mattox boy call Rose-Johnny a pervert is the last thing georgeann wants to hear. She becomes so emotional that Georgeann and the mattox boy begin to call each other names and punches are being thrown. Eventually blood begins to gush out of Georgeann’s lip. Georgeann begins to cry and explains to her teacher that she is defending Rose-Johnny’s honor.
What a son of a b****,” I said under my breath, “to bring them to this.” Tears streamed from my selfish eyes over my selfish face. I sobbed, my fists clenched in shame. I wept for the guilt I had caused them to feel.” [Bell 158]. Crabbe is misled by his own pride thinking his parents will not care if he runs away but clearly they cared a lot leaving Crabbe in a pile of guilt. The teachers that have Crabbe in their class rooms are tough on him because they are preparing him for his adult life which is much different than his adolescent life.