However, it is not a normal school day but Saturday detention. Most of five students come to school with their parents. Unlike the other four students, Bender walks to school alone and careless about whatever happens in front of him. He doesn’t care to avoid the car driven by Alison’s parent coming. Brian Johnson, is as normal as every students are, is dropped off by his mother and his little sister.
He's my son! He'd rather see these no-good punks than his own mother? You scum…” Mrs. Cade. The reason for his low self-esteem and him losing his innocence by killing Bob is because he has to deal with lack of parental love. The extent of your loss of innocence also depends on the environment you are raised in.
Josie feels out of place because of the way she has been bought differently compared to her peers at school. Katia feels out of place having to leave her home country to move to Australia with Francesco. John feels out of place because of the pressure and high expectations to such degree to make him harm himself. The novel shows how characters overcome or do not overcome feeling out of
xxx ENGL 1301.015 27 June 2012 High School Stereotypes In The Eighties In the movie The Breakfast Club, made in the early 80’s. Five students are sent to detention on a Saturday morning and instructed to sit for eight hours and work on a one page essay of who they think they are. The five students appear to be judgmental of each other as they look around and take a seat somewhat apart from one another. This film is not a modern version of what today’s stereotypes interpret; it deals more with social status and cliques as well as family issues, which is about the only problem they can all communicate. The categories of stereotypes consist of a princess, the brain, the athlete, the basket case and the criminal.
Mrs. Dubose criticizes him at one point and says, “Atticus is a Nigger lover!” or when she says, “Your father’s no better than the niggers and trash he works for!” He also puts his re-election for legislature in jeopardy because of all the racist people living there. Most of the community think blacks are complete trash and should not inhabit their neighborhoods. Before the trial, Atticus leaves the house to go to the jailhouse to protect Tom Robinson from
Lennie Snopes - Sartoris’s mother. Sad, emotional, and caring, Lennie futilely attempts to stem her husband’s destructive impulses. She is beaten down by the family’s endless cycle of flight and resettlement and the pall of criminality that has stained her clan. Nervous in the presence of her irascible, unpredictable husband, she is a slim source of comfort for Sartoris in the violence-tinged world of the Snopes family. Lennie Snopes Opposite Abner Snopes, with his penchant for revenge and destruction, is Lennie Snopes, a voice of reason and morality in the family.
Pearl’s alienation displays the consequences of not behaving properly as a child in Boston. Chillingworth alienates himself to avoid being ridiculed by the town for having an unfaithful wife. Dimmesdale is emotionally segregated from the people of Boston as the price of his secrecy. Every character becomes isolated in their own way, and Hawthorne uses them as examples of which traits the Boston colony values and which traits it loathes.
In the movie The Breakfast Club, five seemingly different adolescents are assigned Saturday detention where they learn that although they each fit a particular stereotype, they all have the same characteristics, but they are expressed differently because they have different experiences, strengths and weaknesses that makes them who they are. In the movie, Bender is the “criminal”, Brian is the “brain” and Allison is the “psychopath.” These five high school students, Andrew, John, Allison, Brian, and Claire, meet in detention one day. The principal wants them to write an essay, and they think they are in for a boring 8 hours of doing nothing. At first, they argue and hate each other, but after smoking some marijuana, they pour their hearts out
Emily’s isolation Emily is an unlucky lady, she has been isolated because her father’s control. Emily doesn’t want to be isolated, and she tries to come out of her house. Homer Barron is the second chance that Emily could avoid to be isolated. William Faulkner Emily’s father is the main reason that makes Emily to be isolated for her whole life. Her father’s big influence that makes Emily have an isolated life.
This is truly indicative of the old saying…we are a product of our own environment. Baby CEO has fallen victim to this societal trap, and advocating that his only way of survival is in the streets. Conservative citizens believe Baby CEO is on a path to disaster while more liberal individuals see his life as one of fame and fortune in a culture that is simply Memphis and national society as a whole. I disagree with the liberals and more inclined with the conservative citizen’s approach. This is incomprehensible, Baby CEO represents the lost generation, and any adult that contributes and promotes this kind of behavior of minors should be held accountable.