When Riff finally left Red’s he walked out the back door to the alley and saw Rusty Fender working on a car. Rusty asked, “How’s it going?” and Riff responded with, “not too good, Rusty.” Riff says he responded this way because he owed Rusty $100.00. Riff then saw Mr. Marquette in the alley and grabbed a hammer from Rusty’s shop for protection. Riff then tossed the hammer at the corner of First St. and the corner of the alley. Riff continued to run home and heard someone yell his name.
The place is completely shot up and there is no man with an automatic weapon. Suddenly they see a dog lying on the floor that has been victim from the cop’s heavy shooting earlier. On the way down the policemen notice another door that was open just a bit. They stormed the apartment like the other one and the narrator sees a young boy who has been shot in connection with the shooting a Mary’s window. The title of the short story is “The Baddest Dog in Harlem” It is unknown when it is written but we know it was by Walter Dean Myers.
It was not a reality that he was ready to deal with so he brushed it off as nothing. His use of ethos explained why he had to take control; his son’s life was slowly declining, between the daily drinking to the constant solitude and nearly drowning in a puddle, it was escalating as his own life had. A strong statement made by Lynch was “I want to remember him
Before they finish, Mike tells everybody that Old Misery is on his way back home. When he arrives, T prevents him from entering the house by asking for his assistance, saying that one of his friends got stuck in the toilet at the back of the house. The gang locks him in there overnight, gives him food and a blanket. The next morning, a driver starts up his car and as he accelerates he hears a loud crash. Looking back Old Misery’s house got transformed into rubble because the gang tied a rope between the car and a support beam.
Mykera Lewis 12-13-12 Per.6 The Hit Man In the short story “The Hit Man” by Boyle uses several clues to help the reader figure out how the Hit Man is death. The Hit Man was bullied in his early years and always wore a black bag over his head. Now, the Hit Man wears a black hood, he has big meaty arms, and wears make up in the day/evening so that we will not reveal his identity to anyone. The Hit Man has a date with a girl named Cynthia, he arrives at her house in his father’s hearse which is very unusual to ride in, especially with a date. The Hit Man kills his father, by slapping cornflakes from his father’s bowl.
He finds an apartment advertisement with a negotiable rent, but after being bullied he is forced to take the apartment for a high price for 2 weeks leaving him with only 2/3 of his money. With only £9, Link is thrown out if the apartment, jobless and depressed. On the streets, he struggled facing verbal abuse, rubbery, very cold weather and nowhere to sleep. On a small doorway, Link meets a homeless boy, Ginger, whom helps him survive on the street. Shelter, an army expert, discharged after 29 years due to his mental health grounds is now in the picture.
Ryan Nossaman Composition II S01 Reichart 17 October 2013 Literary Analysis of “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place” Ernest Hemingway’s “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place” consists of three main characters in a seemingly comfortable setting. An old man, who is deaf, sits alone in the shadow of a tree. He likes to drink at the café, sometimes getting drunk. This character is the subject of conversation for almost the entire story, so the most information is given about him. Once married, he now sits alone drinking bourbon.
Isabelle painfully shuts her eyes in agony, unable to comprehend what she has just seen before her. In obvious disbelief, she opens her eyes slowly a few seconds later. The camera once again cuts to a five shot of the police officers that are positioned ten to fifteen feet away from their suspect. A low-angle view of Thomas’s body lying on the cobblestone walkway is then shown, as the police detective and one of his officers roll the lifeless corpse over. Looking out at the camera and towards his men, the detective says, “This isn’t him.” As both officers walk away from
That night we arrived at Benning after 14 long, grueling hours on a greyhound bus. We step off and of course there was nobody around except one Black hat (instructor) he said two things; one here is your room and be ready for week one, Ground Week, on Monday morning. The first week, Ground Week, was intense. I was drenched in sweat from 4AM to 6PM, we did a PT (physical training) test right off the bat 0400 that Monday I smoked it of course. After that we spent the day in processing which is always the boring part I thought, not this time if we weren’t busy we were doing PT.
In a passage from the short story written by Ernest Hemingway, a suicidal deaf gentleman is over-staying his welcome in a café in Spain. He was drinking alone in the booth with the shadows of the trees casted down on the table. The deaf man wanted another glass of brandy, and the waiter had questioned his sobriety. The young waiter took advantage of the fact he is indeed deaf, he had told him he wished he killed himself. The young waiter with a wife waiting at home, begins to taps his foot for the man to leave so he can close the shop for the night.