Ponyboy goes home and tells his brother and his friends . Then Dally calls and tells them to meet him at the park , he got in trouble. But by the time they got there the police shot him multiple times.Ponyboy faints for nearly a week. While recovering he says that Johnny isn't dead and he killed
Ponyboy Curtis: Ponyboy is the fourteen year old narrator and the protagonist of the story. Ponyboy is with a gang that calls themselves the Greasers. Since both of his parents died in a car crash he lives with his two older brothers Sodapop and Darry. Ponyboy is different then the rest of his gang, mostly because he has different interests than they do. Throughout the novel he must overcome many challenges to save his friends, family, and himself.
· Lowell Lee Andrews goes to jail and his killing is delayed by a month which gives Dick and Perry hope. Passage of Time Functions · Capote uses foreshadowing by saying out of place phrases such as: "disscounted robbery a motive," "his last work day" and "her last pie." · Capote uses dramatic irony. The Clutter family doesn't know that they're going to be killed and the reader does. · Perry has a flashback of his earlier life and how he was abused by nuns for peeing the bed.
Arthur Kipps has been sent to Eel Marsh House to sort out Mrs. Drablow’s papers and estate after her death. He is unaware of the tragedy that has taken place there and is frustrated and irritated by the silence and refusal of anybody to answer any questions regarding Mrs. Drablow, extending the mystery. Mr. Daily whom he meets on the train hints at the bleakness of the place. When Kipps jokes about “telling strange tales of lonely houses”, he gave Kipps a look that made hum shudder at “the openness of his gaze”, this foreshadowing along with the “Alarm” and “Suspicion” of the landlord of the Griffin Arms when Kipps told him about his mission. The silence continues the next day at the funeral which Kipps attended with Jerome, the local solicitor, he also avoided answering Kipps questions and at the mention of the lady in black, Jerome “looked frozen pale his throat moving as if he was unable to utter” and when Kipps pointed her out during the service, he almost fainted.
T. Ray scares Lily by saying that the men Rosaleen assaulted will probably come back and kill her. T. Ray tells Lily that her mother planned on abandoning her the day she was killed and this is the last straw for Lily. She stands up to T. Ray and while he was out in the peach field she packs her bags and the small box of her mother’s belongings and leaves a note telling T. Ray that he shouldn’t bother looking for her. Lily goes back to the jail to visit Rosaleen and is told she is now in the hospital and Lily knows that the white men must have come back and beat her up some more. Lily manages to break Rosaleen out of the hospital and they hitchhike to Tiburon, South Carolina
When Atticus, Jem and Scout go to the family plantation for Christmas, she gets in trouble for beating up her cousin. Scout’s cousin calls Atticus a "Nigger Lover” so Scout hits him. Scout’s uncle comes outside and yells at her without listening to what she had to say. The injustice is Scout not being able to tell her side of the story. As the famous saying says “Assumed guilty until proven innocent”, this is the case for Boo Radley.
A sentimental part of the movie, one black child looks at Jackie in awe. To add to the drama of the film, Rachel leaves the game because she feels sick and foreshadows that she might be pregnant. On the evening of the game, a white man warns Mr. Brock that it is best for Jackie to get out of there or else he will face trouble. He takes his advice and takes Jackie out at night and they pass a bar where a group of white men approach them. During another game, Jackie is told by a sheriff to get off the field because he can’t play, but he is defended and later on supported by a white man.
John Grady’s parents no longer talk to each other. After the funeral, John Grady meets his father and goes to a café to talk. John Grady and his father talk about his mother and the ranch. The father feels he has failed his son. He gives John Grady a new saddle.
‘coz wetjalas in this town don’t want us ‘ere, don’t want our kids at the school with their kids…. They reckon Bert ‘Awkes gonna give him a hiding in the election.” The Constable tries to cover up the truth by saying: “what the hell would you know? You don’t even vote!” This shows that aboriginals know why there are treated like this but can’t do anything as they have no power. Power in this the play is symbolised by the cat-o-nine-tails. When Mary is told she is going to work at the hospital she is angry and resistant: “I’m not gunna work in the hospital” he takes the cat-0-nine –tails from his desk, and when Mary answers back,: “go to hell” Neal responds with: “Millimurra seems to have learnt you well.
Evil is presented to Connie when a young man that she ignored one night while she was out with her friends. The man, Arnold Friend, shows up at her house on Sunday morning and threatens to hurt her family if she calls the police. He insists that her family doesn’t understand her and never has and that she will love him. Connie eventually decides to go with Arnold. In the story “Young Goodman Brown” the main character is a young newlywed puritan man who goes into the woods one night to meet an elderly gentleman who walks with him further into the dark woods.