They gathered together a band of other pigs who had been forced off their land. Their new brigade of porkinistas attacked the wolf complex with machine guns and rocket launchers and slaughtered the cruel wolf oppressors, sending a clear message to the rest of the hemisphere not to meddle in their affairs. Then the pigs set up a model democracy with free education, affordable health care, and cheap housing for
“That’s a big word- means I killed a guy. Seven years. I’m sprung in four for keepin’ my nose clean” (page 13). - “If you done somepin you was ashamed of, you might think about that. But, Hell, if I seen Herb Turnball comin’ for me with a knife right now, I’d squash him down with a shovel again” (page 54).
Moreover, he kindly irons and mends Jem’s pants, which get stuck in the fence while Jem is escaping and he tells no one about Dill and Jem’s attempt to give him a letter or of the “Boo Radley game”. Last, Mr. Arthur faces maltreatment from the citizens of Maycomb. Many false rumors are spread through town about him: “Radley pecans would kill you”, “Boo drove the scissors into his parent’s leg,” and “[Boo] dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch” (11, 13, 16). Being influenced by others, Scout also envisions Boo to be a rotten toothed, yellow-eyed, scarred monster. These callous generalizations and Boo’s innocent gestures combine to prove that Mr. Arthur Radley is represented by a
Grandma planned a steak out and they waited until the boys came around. The end result was a boy getting his hair full of the stickiest glue ever and a broken, distorted nose. Armistice Day was a big deal in the time of the Depression. Where Grandma lived, people would gather together and they would have a turkey shoot. Grandma took over the Burgoo stew stand and charged money depending on how much Grandma knew they could spend instead of the usual dime.
Jack, the leader of the hunt, found the pigs, and he instructed the other hunters to kill "the largest sow of the lot. She was black and pink; and the great bladder of her belly was fringed with a row of piglets that slept or burrowed and squeaked" (Golding, 124). This was savage-like and merciless because they killed a mother. The hunters continued to show their brutality throughout the hunt by following the pig and torturing her through most of the day. "The sow staggered her way ahead of them, bleeding and mad, and the hunters followed, wedding to her in lust, excited by the long chase and the dropped blood" (Golding, 125).
Think what it was like for my little 7 year old brother playing in the front yard to have a viscous animal coming at him snarling and barking and me as I hear him scream, I ran out to threaten the dog to go away. This was my first encounter with that dog a year ago. The dog has harassed our family several times and has tried to even come onto our veranda to attack our cats. Now I am told that it will take a year for the prosecuting attorney's office
Roger throwing the stones at Henry is a foreshadow of him launching the boulder at piggy. The out of control fir on the mountain in chapter 2 foreshadows the entire island burning when the fire gets out of control in chapter 12. Personification “ the heat hit him” p. 10. - “ sleep enveloped him like the swathing mirages that were wrestling with the brilliance of the lagoon P. 14. “ Creepers shivered p. 86 Irony Verbal irony- in lord of the flies when piggy says “ acting like a crowd of kids”!
After that, Milo and Teddy get into an argument about Teddys father being a loony. Teddy is very defensive and they go back and forth about it. “your mother blows dead rats!, and if you call my dad a loony again, I’ll fucking kill you, you cocksucker!” (King 344). This line and the whole scene are in the film as well. The only difference is that the dog in the book was a mongrel dog and in the film it was a golden retriever.
Earlier on, Scout thinks of Boo as a monster. Lee writes, “Every night-sound I heard from my cot on the back porch was magnified three-fold; every scratch of feet on gravel was Boo Radley seeking revenge, every passing Negroe laughing in the night was Boo Radley loose and after us; insects splashing against the screen were Boo Radley’s insane fingers picking the wire to pieces…” (Lee 74). This quote shows Scout’s immense fear for Boo Radley and how she sees him as a monster rather than an actual person. When she is on the Radley porch though, Scout not only recognizes Boo’s kindness for saving her life, but realises that she had misjudged him. Scout looks to her street and imagines the past few years from that perspective.
This year is a continuing segment of the crazy butcher, killing innocent people. When you drive out of Farmington, three miles on hyw OO then turn on kollmeyer Rd, for about 2.5 miles, when u turn right on knob lick rd, go 1/2 of a mile and you will see many cars and some signs pointing you in the right direction. If you dare come see all the gore, death, violence and all the blood you can stand. As I walk towards the creepy woods I come across the midway, it a circus theme, I will come across a popcorn machine were a little girl will pop out and hopefully scare me. Continuing down the path I see many stations: like knife throwing, a little girl walking around lonely, sheets hung up showing the stations that I will be coming up to.