She is Mr.Ewell’s daughter who accused Tom Robinson of raping her and actually won. The Ewells are a very racist family with a lot of issues. Apparently, Mr.Ewell has many children but his wife has been dead for many years. Mr. Ewell had been raping his daughter for many years and one day May Ella decided to do the right thing and tell what her father has been doing to her for all these years. See Scout always could see the upset look on May Ella face during the trial and so could Atticus that’s why he still felt pity on her even though she lied on Tom.
The dangerous billionaire had been convinced that she had killed his son Brandon, when in reality, she didn’t. But her word isn’t good enough for this prestigious man, and therefore his new life interest isn’t money, it’s her death. And this means the death of her loved ones, which she cannot bear to have happen. She considered her decision to be the only solution. But according to her, she’s really tired of running (216).
By showing that she has destroyed her grandmother's garden, she has reflected her mother's parenting skills. Another incident was from Mrs. Tisdale asking a question to her students on what their biggest crime they have committed. A student responds with him “shooting a squirrel with a BB gun-wounding it and leaving it to die. He can outrun the sneaky attempt to cover up an accident, but he can’t outrun the fact that he was coward.” His act of cowardness fabricated into making himself acknowledge the fact that he is unable to run away from the guilt that will be haunt him as a result of trauma he received after committing the murder. In comparison to The Five People You Meet IN Heaven, Eddie has a strong memory about seeing a child inside the burning house which made him feel obligated on saving her in Philippines.
When Scout and Jem get air rifles for Christmas, Atticus tells them that they could shoot birds, but not mockingbirds, because it was a sin to kill them. Perplexed by this, Scout says, “That was the only time I ever heard Atticus say it was a sin to do something, and I asked Miss Maudie about it” (90). When Scout gets curious about something, she asks an adult in her life questions until she finds the answer. Another example happens when Cecil Jacobs calls Atticus a “nigger-lover” and Scout asks Atticus about it: “Then why did Cecil say you defend niggers? He made it sound like were runnin’ a still” (75).
The Brownie’s plan of attacking the other troop falls through. It’s on the way home from camp that the girls are discussing the things that happened on the duration of their stay. They are poking fun at the girls who were different from them, making wise cracks and poor imitations of Troop 909. After her fellow Brownies bore of the subject of Troop 909, Snot tells the story of a Mennonite family who once did work for her father. She remembers her father saying “it was the only time he’d have a white man on his knees doing something for a black man for free.” Though she doesn’t agree with what her father did, she begins to understand his reasoning behind it.
Kemper’s mother had sent him to live with his grandparents because she was tired of his eccentric behavior. Edmund Kemper, seventeen at the time, decided to shoot his grand mother “just to see how it felt” and eventually shot his grandfather when he returned home. He was sent to a mental asylum later for his actions but proved to his psychologist, through assistant work and studies, that he was deemed normal enough for release including expunging his juvenile records. However, he was still fascinated with killer which began his murder campaign around the age of 24. Edmund worked for the department of transportation in Santa Cruz and began to pick up hitchhikers, bring them to deserted areas, and brutally rape and kill them.
Some Key facts to remember Carlson: I limited, insensitive person. He does not handle the later shooting of candy’s dog with any compassion. Carlson offers to shoot candy’s dog as candy is paralyzed at the thought. Candy knows that when he is no longer needed as a swamper (cleaner), he will be ‘shot’ just like a dog. However Candy later regrets letting Carlson shoot his dog for him as he says ….. “I shouldn’t ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog”- The shooting of the dog foreshadows the death of lennie.
Cassius was mad and wanted revenge at that moment in time because he saw how Heidi still loved Sam and knew that Heidi would never love him the same way. Heidi then recognized him but could not believe her eyes because she thought Sam was dead. Heidi went to go get Sam from the crowd of dogs and ended up pulling off his fake legs and fur. For the first time since seeing Sam, she saw that he was flawed. Cassius played on Sam’s emotion at the time.
She may have felt guilty as she thought the norms would find out that she killed the man and then they would kill her. David and Petra are the ringleaders in the escape. “If we were to survive, we must keep our true self hidden…” When Petra was drowning, David and Rosalind heard her cries through their minds, which then made them fear more, as people were being suspicious as no-one else heard her. Then they had to fear Petra, as they realized her powers were much too strong for her and she was too young to fully understand it.
Nancy Smith Jacquelyne Kibler Eng 091 June 20th, 2013 A Good Man Is Hard to Find “‘She would of been a good woman,’ The Misfit said, ‘if it had been somebody there to shoot her every minute of her life.’ ” (O'Connor 29) The Good Man is Hard to Find is a tragic story of a family who decided to go on a vacation, but got killed randomly on the road by a serial killer on the loose named “The Misfit”. The main character of the story is a grandmother. At first she seems to be the typical grandmother who still thinks that her son is a little boy and he has to do what she wants, although he is a grown up man. She wants to be right all the time and she acts as if she knows everything. Flannery O’Conner portrayed the unnamed grandmother in “A