Being kept away from Maycomb all that time eventually made him go mad. One day while Boo was sitting on the living room floor, cutting up The Maycomb Tribune, he carelessly plunged his sharp scissor blades into his father’s leg. That act was obviously a cry for help. Boo then was not taken to an asylum, but was put in the Maycomb jail courthouse basement. He was not in there for too long because Mr.Radley had to bring him back home so he would not die from the mold growth.
In astonishment the men cried out and asked where they might find these lads. With a sudden answer and pointing towards the town known as Prancer, the men separated and went on their way. The Guildsmen and The Cook: Darkness began to fall and hunger overcame them all so they decided to stop and grab some food and dine in the brightness of the moon. The cook that served them bore a sore upon his knee but thankfully it didn’t touch any of the young men’s grilled cheese. The Franklin: After their meal the men decided on some wine but when they tried to buy some the freeman said “Its
In that village, people believe that if a marmot was coming out of ground at that time the spring will be come after 6 weeks at Groundhog Day, every February second, he had to report news it. But in the begging of this movie, he didn’t like his job and is apt to see the negative site, so he go to his hotel room immediately when he arrived this town. The first Groundhog Day, at the morning 6 AM, he had have same experience everyday only him. Because other people didn’t know that situation, he was embarrassed that and get angry to other people. After he talked with some guys, his mind was changed until that time.
Just like any other family he had a mother, a father, and two older brothers. But, after a while things turn horrid. Dave most certainly did not live in paradise anymore, far, far from it actually. While his father is making a living working as a firefighter his mother turns to alcohol, this is when she starts to treat Dave like the family pet that nobody loved. She forced him to sleep in the garage.
After not eating for two days Mike became desperate and held two people at gunpoint for money to get food. He continued this pattern of robbing people for food and sleeping outside for some time. * * * On a gloomy Monday, Jeffrey got up and showered while his wife fixed him breakfast. After staying late in the office, to finish all his work for the day, he started his journey home. Halfway home he noticed a large figure following him in the shadows.
Stage 6: Felix et fur After Quintus asked about dinner, “father, why is Felix not a freedman? Once was our slave.” Then his father told the whole story. Caecilius: Once Felix was writing in the study. Felix was alone. Clemens and Grumio were looking for food in the forum.
George starts complaining, about how that the bus driver dropped them far away from where they needed to go. Lennie asks where they are going and George has to remind him again they are going ranch to ranch looking for work. George advises Lennie to stay quiet, when they go and meet their new boss. George doesn’t want any more trouble, which Lennie caused in Weed, the last ranch they were working on. During supper, Lennie asks if there is any ketchup to eat with the beans.
“Yes, He’s got a father, but you can’t never find him these days. He used to lay drunk with the hogs in the tanyard, but he hain’t been seen in these parts in over a year or more”(8). Dealing with this amount of fear every day is astounding and yet through it all Huckleberry found time to provide for himself. Huckleberry taught himself how to survive without falling into the negative influences his father has set for him. Soon to be followed by the first example of Huckleberry’s father abusing him.
He later says how "I was not enthusiastic about his visit.... A blind man in my house was not something I looked forward to” (100). Upon the arrival of his wife’s friend, the husband is ultimately uncomfortable around Robert because he does not know how to communicate with or act around him. His discomfort is revealed when Robert and his wife were sharing their experiences “about the major things that had come to pass for them in the past ten years” (100). He felt it was necessary to join in because he thought Robert would “think [he] left the room and didn’t want [his wife] to think [he] was feeling left out” (103). It is obvious the husband is overly involved with Robert’s handicap and fails to see him as a person with his
She no longer considers him a son, but a slave; no longer a boy, but an “it.” His bed is an old army cot in the basement, his clothes are torn and smelly, and when he is allowed the luxury of food it is scraps from the dogs' bowl. He spends days upon days consulting ideas or plans in order to get food. It ranges from stealing from the grocery story to stealing students’ lunches at school. He does whatever he can to get it. The outside world knew nothing of the nightmare playing out behind closed doors, until years of lying to school administrators finally became unbelievable, and the outside world finally took action.