He got to his house and Joel took him up to his room ere they could talk in private. Joel didn’t have much time to talk because it was almost supper but Joel still doesn’t know about the job because they were talking about Samson while they were in his room. At supper they ate in peace but then Joel’s dad started to question him he blew and went on a tangent about the Romans and got kicked out of the house and didn’t complete his mission. Daniel was embarrassed and angry that he had failed so on his way back he ran into a roman while drinking water and Daniel gave the horse water and gave the man the same water so he kicked the bowl out of his hand. That made Daniel furious so he hurled the bowl at the Romans face and dashed away but while he was running he got nicked with a spear and hid in house for a while.
One sign was when a person gives away things that are important to them, it is a sign that the person is thinking about killing themselves. This is seen in the past where Henery offers his brother full ownership of the car. Henery says” It’s no use.” In fact, just a little while later Henery drives into the river and is swept away by the current and drowns. “The Red Convertible” represents the relationship between Lyman and Henery. It represents their youth and carefree days.
When Tom finds out that the car that ran over Myrtle, he tells her husband, George Wilson. Gatsby’s blatantly rude behavior drove Tom to do anything to abort Gatsby from the picture. Although Daisy was driving the car when Myrtle was run over Tom tells Wilson it was Gatsby after seeing the revolver in Wilson’s coat pocket. Through the death of his mistress, Tom found away to eliminate Gatsby so he could at least keep his wife. The next day, Gatsby is killed while lounging in his pool by none other than Wilson.
Leper escapes from the army and goes home. He sends Gene a letter telling him to come to his house and help him. When Gene goes to Leper’s house, Leper tells him, “…they were going to give me a discharge, a Section Eight discharge… is for the nuts in the service, the psychos, the Funny Farm candidates” (144). Leper is telling Gene that the army had labeled him as a crazy person and he would not be able to get a job because of it. Leper was not ready to go to war; he only wanted to ski.
Meo turn around when he saw T coming after him he pulled out his nine millimeter him by mistake shot him. When Julie finally got there her friend Rose had told her what had happened, and that her brother was shot by Meo. At the same time Meo text her telling here what had happen and how they saw him and how he is on the run. This was to mush for Julie to handle, her brothers died the guy she loves is on the run and because of Meo and T there’s a lot of tension in between the two gangs. Julie decided that she was going to leave with Meo and start a new life in
An example of why i felt the way i did is when Gatsby is in the passenger seat, and Daisy runs over Tom’s secrect lover, Myrtle, killing her. Gatsby is willing to take the blame for her “Of course I’ll say I was [driving],” he tells Nick. Yet despite of being outside her window all night long, he never gets so much as a thank you from her. In fact, he gets killed for that very thing he takes a blame for, when Mr. Wilson takes his revenge by killing Gatsby she doesn't even attend his funeral. This was the man who, days earlier, she “loved.” She and Tom leave town, retreating into their “vast carelessness” and heading to “wherever rich people go to be together,” according to Nick’s bitter
Gatsby tells Nick to find Daisy and Nick is hesitant. Nick does it anyway though and Daisy and Gatsby met. Well Daisy is married to an abusive man named Tom. Tom notices Daisy and Gatsby and them start to fight over who gets Daisy. Well near the end Gatsby and Daisy hits the woman Gatsby has affairs with on accident then Tom tells this woman’s husband, George, That Gatsby killed her even though Daisy was the one driving.
This is Paul's motivation to lie constantly and to steal from Denny & Carson's and run away to New York. Paul frequently reflects on his own death, imagining the circumstances of his father mistaking him for a burglar and shooting him, bringing or buying a gun in New York to provide a way to “snap the thread”, and finally when he resolutely plans to and actually does jump in front of a train. Paul's teachers hold him in disdain and view his “contrite spirit” is “symbolized by his shrug and his flippantly red carnation flower” which he wears in his buttonhole. When Paul is dismissed from his meeting with his teachers, they see his graceful exit bow as “a repetition of the scandalous red carnation.” The red carnation Paul wears may symbolize his desire to be unique and that he feels he is in a class above others and one who loves art and music. Carnations had before been used by the famous poet Oscar Wilde to symbolize an alternative lifestyle that included frivolity and excess.
Caleb’s anger gets the best of him and he brings Aron to see their mother Kate, the owner of the whorehouse. Aron is so hurt by this he runs off to the army as a suicide attempt. Caleb blames himself. He only forgives himself when his father, on his deathbed, says to him the word Timshel, the “two-word translation,”…”Thou mayest.”
Daisy does not stop, and continues to drive. When tom finds out that his lover had been killed, he goes straight to George (Myrtle’s husband) and tells him that he was not driving that car. He told him that it was Gatsby that killed his wife. George is furious when he hears this and starts to walk to Gatsby’s mansion. When he arrives at Gatsby’s mansion, he finds Gatsby in his swimming pool and he shoots him.