Title: “ A Good Man is Hard to Find” is the phrase used by Grandmother, almost giving good multiple definitions. Red Sam, in which Grandmother called a good man, even though he complains about giving free oil, Grandmother calls him good, first introduces the phrase. Later on, she uses the word “good” to describe the Misfit, simply to hope to strike a moral bell in the Misfit’s heart, a flaw and trick he immediately sees. The phrase “good” is given a new definition in the story, good is only applicable to one’s own views. Symbols: Grandmother’s Clothing: Grandmother’s code of conduct was dependent on her ability to be “lady-like”, almost conforming to the beliefs
For example, Atticus do not prejudices on people while Bob does. “You nigger lover”, Bob Ewell says. He is an individual to follow the courage of his own convictions and made a decision with unrespect what supposed to be wrong. As comparing to Atticus, he has a lot of respect for children and to be brought up in a good world where there is no racism. One of examples in this novel, Bob made a wrong decision by accused Tom Robinson and blamed him for raped his old daughter, Mayella which was not true.
Character Development The Catcher in the Rye follows the story of Holden Caulfield, Holden is a sixteen year old, and who had just recently been expelled due to his academic application and score from his school called Pencey Prep. Holden narrates his story in a cynical/pessimistic and worn-out tone, he appears as a pariah with very few friends. He sees the world in an ugly and two faced way, finding it almost unbearable. At the start of the story Holden refuses to talk about his early life, only mentioning his brother D.B. and hints that he is bitter towards D.B.
This makes the reader feel as though Monsieur Azaire does not respect his wife because he does not call her by her name. The first time Stephen and Isabelle communicate with each other is when her step son, Gregoire, asks Stephen the question “How old are you?” to which Isabelle shouts Gregoire’s name. This makes Isabelle seem as though she likes things to be done properly and for each person to know their place in society. Faulks has done this to help the reader but also Stephen so that they can start to see what Isabelle’s character is like. Faulks reveals a significant aspect of the Azaires’ marriage when Stephen hears her being beaten by Azaire.
The following year, his family suffered from losing their fortune in the financial panic of 1907. Due to this, Adam’s mother spent a lot of time stressing her husband over his inability to get back their fortune, which ended up leaving an emotional imprint on Ansel himself. But, his father was very supporting and loving towards him. His traits, such as his shyness and intelligence, as well as his earthquake affected nose caused him to have a lot of problems when it came to fitting in at school. He was unsuccessful in all the schools he had attended, which resulted in him being home-schooled by his father and aunt.
J. D. Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye", published in 1951, is his best piece of work. The story is about a sixteen-year old young man by the name of Holden Caulfield. Holden is being expelled from Pency Prep and decides to leave three days early. He chooses to not go home, enabling his parents to receive the letter that his dean at Pency Prep wrote to his parents about his expulsion. Holden chooses to hang around in New York until Wednesday, when he is going to be able to return home.
Symbolism in The Catcher in the Rye J. D. Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye", published in 1951, is his best piece of work. The story is about a sixteen-year old young man by the name of Holden Caulfield. Holden is being expelled from Pency Prep and decides to leave three days early. He chooses to not go home, enabling his parents to receive the letter that his head master at Pency Prep wrote to his parents about his expulsion. He chooses to hang around in New York until Wednesday, when he is going to be able to return home.
Another reason would be to show how Penelope is loyal to Odysseus while he’s away for so long, it shows how the women were loyal to their men if they loved him. It makes the audience/reader wonder whether Odysseus will be loyal while he is away. She could’ve be mischievous but she isn’t because this was expected of her to her be loyal, however Agamemnon’s wife was not faithful when he was away and killed Agamemnon, this story is shown to show the reader Penelope is a good character and Odysseus must be special and the love of her life if she’s been so loyal. You can see how Odysseus is the head of the house (Kyrios) and should control Xenia but because he is not in the home, the suitors take control. Another reason would be to show display crime and punishment.
Rationale The catcher in the rye Title: What if the story ended different? Type of text: Alternative ending to the text Purpose: To show how a small change in choice could affect holden’s life The Catcher in the Rye is about Holden Caulfield, a 16-year-old boy from New York. The novel starts with Holden, writing in his book, hinting that he is in some sort of mental facility .Even though he comes from a wealthy family,because of his loss of interest in studies,and low grades, he gets expelled from all schools he has studied in .Holden leaves his final school, Pency Prep and decides that he will stay in New York City until his parents learn of his expulsion and “cool down” .Most of the novel is dedicated to Holden’s time in the city, Holden lives in a hotel room for a few days during his stay .Holden then starts meeting with people that he used know, some strangers and goes to places with. From his conversations, he
His dream is to live out of society, alone. Although the film shows he was compassionate towards those he met along his journey that helped him. For example, he talks to Jan about her family problems and gives Ron Franz a sense of family and belonging. He cares about them, even if there are things he doesn't like about people. This changes the viewers reaction to Chris as at the start, he is very arrogant to his family, but these things shows how he can be compassionate.