Poor Gene When only judging Gene based on his actions, Gene can definitely be considered immoral. After all, Gene does jounce Finny off a tree limb. Gene also kicks Leper’s chair from under him and runs away from his friend in need. Gene is completely contemptible for all of his immoral actions, true. Although, what he does is understandable considering that he is a young, inexperienced boy who struggles with “the war” (24), self-esteem, jealousy, fear (and other emotions), and maturing, or “growing up”, with no real guidance.
Finally after Charlie about stole her shot, her father asked, "do you want to shoot it, pumpkin?" After a a little hesitation, and another rant from Charlie, Andy says yes, and shoots. After being very hesitant to shoot, she finally stuck him, and while all the men were dancing around celebreating, Andy though to herself "What did I just do." Andy's first step in the coming of age process was complete. Unlike all the men she had tried to not let down, she felt guilty about killing an innocent creature.
Savannah Stephens English Honors Juror Seven Twelve angry men is a drama about a sixteen year old boy who allegedly killed his father. When the only people deciding your fate are complete strangers you hope that they take a second look at what the facts are. Juror VII stands out, with barely a background, rude actions, and a confidence that he’s never going to be persuaded. Slicks, self-centered, jerk who is a salesman who wants to be anywhere but in this juror meeting. He talks about how he made a fortune selling marmalade (Pg.).
2.Keller starts to open up about his life and how is Jewish wife and son were killed by the Nazi's when Herr Keller used to play for Adlof Hitler personally and thought that his family would be safe because of it. 3. Pauls parents discover that Keller was taught by the famous pianist 4. Paul meets Megan and starts having normal teenage boy desires. He ends up getting punched up because of these desires.
Anse decides that pouring cement all over Cash’s leg will help the break, smart huh?(*sarcasticly). He then mortgages everything he owns and sells Jewel’s special horse in order to buy a new team of mules. When the family rests for the night at Gillespie’s farm, Darl burns the barn down in order to try and cremate his own mother, but is unsuccessful. When the family finally arrives in Jefferson, Dewey Dell tries to get an abortion, but is instead forced into sex by a younger poor excuse of a man pretending to be a doctor. Then her father takes the money she needs to use to get a real abortion in order to buy himself a new set of teeth.
The sniper, Bertis, explains his motives to the group and a teenager, Max, blindly finds his way to the hotel lounge after chemicals get into his eyes and all over his skin. In the final chapter, The View from Daffy Ducks hole, Karen, the single mother, tends to Max’s wounds. Upon Rachel’s discovery that Bertis is Leslie Freemont’s son, she is shot in the chest, but does not die. The sniper, however, dies from an allergic reaction when he uses the rifle Rick sprinkled with peanut dust. Player One then reflects on the novel and reveals the groups fate.
But Walter begins to see a new side to his great uncles when he stumbles on an old photograph of a beautiful woman hidden away in a trunk and asks Garth who she is. FFor 14-year old Walter, his great uncles’ farm in rural Texas is the last place on earth he wants to spend the summer. Dumped off by his mother, Mae, in the middle of nowhere with two crazy old men and the promise that she’ll come back for him, Walter doesn’t know what to believe in. Eccentric and gruff, Hub and Garth McCaan are rumored to have been bank robbers, mafia hit men and/or war criminals in their younger days. The truth is elusive, although they do seem to have an endless supply of cash.
His fingers become covered with a yellow stain and people think that he is hygienically unclean. He forces Toby to do the paper round but exploits him and does not give him his money which angers Toby (221); he has to pawn his rifles. He is referred to as a “sissy” because he initially he does not want to fight Arthur. He abuses him because he discards the almost-empty mustard bottle (171) and when Dwight strikes him despite his finger injury, Rosemary finally knows she must remove Toby from the household.
A simple plot frames the story: the family goes on an outing to attend a family party, the fiesta of the title. They take a newly purchased van, the smell of which causes poor Yunior throw up; so before they leave for the party, Yunior's father refuses to feed him. The van, a symbol of the family's rising prosperity in the US, is a source of pride for the father, but a nuisance to Yunior, whose sensitive stomach is a figurative barometer of his family's troubles: as their prosperity grows, so, too, does his parents' marital discord. Yunior is no innocent, and he is aware of his father's philandering. Yunior's knowledge is revealed in small flashback vignettes that interrupt the party scenes.
We tried keeping the signal fire going but we couldn’t. And then you, playing at hunting…”(Golding 178). He is also probably mad because his tribe is all work and no play and he sees that it’s not fair that Jacks tribe is all play and no work. His emotion turns to anger for Jack because the main objective is to get rescued but Jack is too arrogant to want to work to make it happen. Anger is an important emotion because it leads to violence like in the death of Piggy, Simon, and the attempt to kill