He accidently killed Stilson in the beginning of the book without knowing until chapter 15, because he kicked him so many times. He did not mean to, he just wanted to win and make them stop harassing him. Ender always feels like a killer after he kills someone, even when it’s not on purpose. For Ender, he doesn’t want to be a killer because he doesn’t like killing people and he thinks that it will make him like Peter. Ender does not want to kill anyone because if he does, then it’ll make him like Peter.
I don’t approve of the killings but it does make sense. Watching a lot of crime solving shows, I know that murderers have pretty bad back-stories such as people or parents abandoning them, which is like the monster. I honestly think he should be blamed for them but instead of being put in jail, he should be given help that he needs. I feel as if the monster didn’t know what he was capable of and he was just trying to get Victor’s attention. I do believe Victor got what was coming to him.
In The story of ‘The case of the dubious daddy’ fits the detective genre because the main characters in it have reasons and intensions which are revealed through dialogue. Also the end comes quickly and there is a brief ending. Both stories create suspense by the theme of lying .Slowly discovering the truth by the help of hints mentioned in the story to help the reader unravel the truth. The detective Sherlock Holmes in Doyle’s story is portrayed as a strong minded and a determined personality. He is mentioned to as ‘An unsolved problem upon his mind would go for days and even for a week’.
Although Frank is a respected war hero who saved many lives and also idolized by David but when he treats the young Indian women, he molest and rapes them. He shows no sign of pity for them and will kill them after molesting or raping. Julian Hayden is a man who loves gaining control of others. He assumes that he’s above the law so ‘they couldn’t arrest us’. When Julian slowly found out about Frank’s crimes, he thinks that Frank should not be arrested because he is the war hero.
Despite appearing to be the perfect family, the Clutters were actually dysfunctional and superficial. Similar to their victims, Dick and Perry pretended to be persons they weren‟t in order to satisfy their own views of society‟s expectation of themselves. Finally, the arrest procedure and the trial were farces since Dick and Perry had most of their rights negated. As Capote comments in the novel, the Clutters assassination only happened due to the chemistry— Dick‟s and Perry‟s need to satisfy what they thought society expected from them— between the killers. Just as in the movie “American Beauty,” this chemistry was lethal.
The trouble is, Leo is happy with his small, if not quite ethical, business. Leo joins them on the schemes even though he will be the flaw in their operations. A series of police raids are conducted by Joe and everything seems to be going as planned until a twist appears in the story where a rival mob headed by Tucker’s old partner Fico begins pressuring Leo and ruin the plans. Fico’s gang is more aggressive and shoots first to get whatever they want, Joe wants his brother out because things are getting to dangerous. All this happening and Joe is still romantically involved with Leo’s employee who is too sweet of women for Joe.
I'll post more at the end of the month and after I finish reading 'The Only Problem' for extra credit. But here are some preliminary thoughts: I love this description at the beginning of Chapter 3: The days passed and the wind blew from the Forth. It is not to be supposed that Miss Brodie was unique at this point of her prime; or that (since such things are relative) she was in any way off her head. She was alone, merely, in that she taught in a school like Marcia Blaine's. There were legions of her kind during the nineteen-thirties, women from the age of thirty and upward, who crowded their war-bereaved spinsterhood with voyages of discovery into new ideas and energetic practices in art of social welfare, education or religion.
Taxi Driver Essay By the end of the film Taxi Driver, Travis is thought to be a hero due to him rescuing Iris from the pimps that had her working as a child prostitute. But is he really a hero? While he did return Iris to her home and parents, he did plan an attack on a political figure and murdered a small handful of pimps and thugs. Many people could have different interpretations of Travis’s moral character by the final scene of the film, and could call him either a hero or a psychotic nut-job. It’s all up to the perspective of the viewer.
Avery and his sister got caught by Charlie and Lono. Charlie ended up killing the both of them and left with their money. Charlie is the ex-mobster who is the boss or what I would call a gangster. Charlie is the tough guy who isn’t afraid of anything or anyone. He has a good connection with other people to figure out everything’s he needs to know.
Then he noticed there was an old car that didn't work that belonged to the Lucynelles. The way I looked at the story, Mr. Shiftlet struck me as a con man, who did what he did and married young Lucynelle so he can get away with the car. He abandoned Lucynelle and drove off alone. He later felt regret for what he just did, and thought he should do a good deed to balance it out, by picking up a hitchhiker. After the hitchhiker jumps out of the car, all is really lost for Mr.