One experience is with Boo Radley who was the mysterious man who never leaved his house, and they always thought he was evil and they were all afraid of him, but then he saved them from being attacked but during the attack Jem was knocked out could so he never saw who saved them but Scout did. That is when she knew that they were wrong that Boo Radley didn’t stay in his house because he is evil but stayed in because the world was evil and he did not want to be a part of it. Jem was also exposed to a life changing event and that is the Tom Robinson trail. In the trail he learns how mean a race can be to another race, to Jem after Atticus presented the evidence to the Jury it seemed like Tom would have won for sure but he didn’t really know about the racism that happens and was shocked when he was proven guilty. Both the children went through a hard childhood with discrimination a big part of their life’s and just a regular day could have had a life altering change.
As he had gotten older, he grandfather had passed away and was completely devastated. While him and his brother, Meiyo, left to St. Anthony’s Orphanage. He was only seven. At the orphanage he was separated from Meiyo because of the age difference. Jimmy didn’t want to be there no longer and kept on running away until his Aunt Charlotte signed him over to a detention center because no one wanted to take him and care for him.
As Boo had made mistakes in his life as any other person in society has, he was never forgiven. His fate, which was decided by his dad, was to have no contact outside of the Radley house. This choice had expelled Boo from ever truly feeling any relationship of what so ever, and was always cut off if he had ever. This was displayed in chapter 7 when Boo had formed some connection between Scout and Jem such as leaving presents from them in the tree knot hole; later then Boo’s brother Nathan poured cement in the hole. This demonstrated that Boo had no connections to anyone outside his house since he was not allowed to have one which made misery rain on him.
The lady heard the story of Jacobs and she offered her to hide at her house. Jacobs hide there until the end. After the escape of Jacobs, her Master Mr. Flint became angry. He went to Jacobs’s mother house and made threat to her. He searched every inch of the town but was unable to find her, which makes him angrier.
a. Huck was walking leaving town and saw Tom Sawyer, they talked and then went to a family home in the country and stayed there for a while. They switched names because they knew something was not right. 1. When they got there the family locked up Jim and then made Huck and Tom do normally what they do. They had to attempt to break Jim out; so they had to dig in the cellar and then Huck kept getting questioned what he is
Andy is an example of attitudinal irony. When entering the prison, Red bets that Andy will be the first to cry (Darabont 1994). But as time passes, the other prisoners view Andy as cold as he refuses to speak to anyone for the first few months; they take this as a sign that he did indeed kill his wife and her lover (Darabont 1994). As time passes, the other inmates come to discover that Andy is innocent. Warden Samuel Norton is also a prime example of ironic characters.
He couldn’t take being confined in a house full of rules, guidelines, and schedules that he had never seen before. Huck wanted to be free once more. Suddenly he is kidnapped by his father, and his restriction worsens. He’s thrown into isolation. “Every little while he locked me in and went down to the store… got drunk and had a good time.
Malcom X did not have the same lifestyle that Martin had the ability to grow up with. As a child he watched his house get burned down by the Klu Klux Klan which filled him with anger and hate towards white people. His father was killed by white supremacists and his mom, in shock from the murder, had to be put into a mental institution which left Malcom living with all family friends. He went to school but felt like the school pet because he was the only black student. He dropped out of school and later started doing drugs which landed him
“’Scout, I think I’m beginning to understand something. I think I’m beginning to understand why Boo Radley’s stayed shut up in the house all this time… it’s because he wants to stay inside’”(227). This proves that Boo stays inside so he can stay away from the prejudiced town, but he faces that fear and always finds a way to make Jem and Scout stay safe and feel happy. Additionally, when Bob Ewell attacks the children, Boo shows up to help them and attack Bob himself, kills him in result. “All he wanted to do was to get him and his sister safely home’” (275).
The stories are autobiographical episodes of his life such as his 3 firings with the NJ RR. His father’s disapproval of his young friends and his school teacher taking him to the theater. His feelings of rage because his skin color caused him not to be served at restaurants although he got take out food at some. He discovered his murderous impulse to kill or be killed at the white restaurant after he threw the water pitcher at the white hostess in Trenton NJ. He detailed his silent treatment