Rogelio Cantero Read 0033-602 11/30/10 Ender’s Game Ender is a six year old boy, he has monitor in the back of his head, and Ender is a third. Ender gets his monitor taken away, after school the day he gets his monitor taken away; he gets in a fight and beats up Stillson boy. Later that day, when they were eaten at the dining table, they heard a knock on the door, it was colonel Graf from battle school he went there to convince ender to go with him, because he believe that ender could be the right one to save the world. Ender goes with Colonel Graf to battle school; he leaves Valentine behind, the only person he really loves, his sister. When Ender arrives at battle School, there are other boys his age there too.
In the novel Frankenstein, author Marry Shelley depicts character Victor Frankenstein as a scientist with a strong passion for forbidden knowledge and finding the answers to life through science. Though his intentions are good this leads him to the creation of a monster. Throughout the novel Frankenstein is constantly encountered by obstacles that test his passions for science and responsibility for his creation. For Victor it seems that the choice to abandon the monster is the easier path, rather than taking care of his creation. In the beginning of the book, right after the creation of the monster, Victor fled his home to get away from the creature, only to return and find that it had escaped.
Ender and Odysseus In this a novel Enders game written by Orson Scott Card is about a young boy who is trained by a group of adults to fight one big battle against the army of buggers. Also the odyssey written by homer is an epic poem about a man on a journey with his men trying to get home after 10 years at war. Ender is a 6 year old genius. Although he is intelligent doesn’t mean that he has tack. He has always had it out for Bernard.
Was at the very end, it slowly zooms out and shows the door to the “gas room” slowing closing, as it continues to zoom out it shows all of the prisoners clothes lying on the floor, giving you an idea of how many were killed that day. There were quite a few differences from the book to the movie. In the movie, the Mother seems to be happy with them leaving Berlin, and that it will be a good experience for them; but in the book the way the author describes her face and the way she tells Bruno they are moving, you can tell she doesn't want to move. She seems to have two different personalities (in the beginning) between the book and the movie. But I think the reason the film makers made her seem happier, was to show that she trusted her husband, didn't want to face the truth about his doings, and also to show that she still didn't know everything her husband was doing.
Dr Walton sends his letters to his sister giving the impression that there was no wife to send the writing to, Victor Frankenstein lost his mother through death, and finally the De Lacey family do not have a mother figure in the household. This context is all included to emphasise how important families are to everyone. When the monster is in the dwelling and he sees the girl and the old man in the chair playing a “sweet mournful air”, he bursts out in tears. This is a strong indication that the monster is not thoughtless and intentionally aggressive; he is in fact a creature with fully human characteristics and should be treated just like
They are playing Janga and they exchange a few words and boast about how they are going to win. Then Nick Saban gloats about his two national championship rings are getting in the way of him playing the game. Men love to show off what they have won and how superior it makes them seem and feel. Another Man enters the scene and claims that he is the best Janga player. He pulls one piece and the tower comes falling down.
(Brown 2) Then August 4, 1944 someone tipped off the police and the Frank’s, Van Daan’s, and Mr. Dussel were all sentenced to attend the Bergen-Belson concentration camp in Germany. (Brown 2) Anne’s sister, Margot, was the first of both the families to die. (Gale 3) She died of a typhus epidemic that broke out in the camp. (Brown 2) Anne was never informed that her sister had died, but she had a feeling something was wrong. (Brown 2) Ernst Schnabel, on the topic of Anne Frank, wrote: “She sensed it, and soon afterwards she died, peacefully, feeling that nothing bad was happening to her.” (Brown 2) The epidemic killed around 17,000 prisoners.
Right when he gets it taken off one of the school bullies tries to assault him. Ender brutally puts him down. Ender just thinks that he knocked out the bully but later in the book he discovers that he killed him. After that incident Colonel Graff meets Ender at his house and tells him that he is going to Command School. He cries and has to say bye to
He always feels guilty because of his violent birth, in which his mother died. This reality makes him always feel miserable about his past. On the other hand, he acts like an arrogant "Pashtun" in most of his behaviour with Hassan, and puts himself in a higher rank of ethnic groups, in comparison to "Hazzaras", whom have no voice in society. After all, these issues make huge contrasting decisions for Amir, however the reader should judge him regardless to these ways of thinking, because of Amir's particular situation. How would you describe the relationship between: Baba and Ali: Baba’s father was a judge who had adopted the orpahan Ali (Hassan's father) and raised the boy along with his own son (Baba).
In the beginning of the story, Brother recounts the day Doodle was born, saying that he was a disappointment as soon as he entered the world. The narrator was not satisfied with his brother, which resulted in the horrible things he thought about him. Brother said that “It was bad enough having an invalid brother, but having one who possibly was not all there was unbearable…” As a result, the narrator enjoyed torturing Doodle, threatening to abandon him multiple times. He even took Doodle to see the casket that was built for him, and forced him to touch it. The narrator basked in the control he had over his brother.