He was bailed to re-appear at the court on October 3. Veteran homicide detective Sergeant Ron Iddles said before the hearing: ''The people have gone out to, I suppose, challenge them, find them, find the reason why they threw the eggs and, sadly, now one of them is dead - all over someone throwing eggs.'' A relative remembered how happy and beautiful Ms Mercuri had been at a New Year's party this year. ''It was the best party - we had a great time didn't we? Fireworks in the park on the corner.''
Although he did kill a few people in the story, he never really wanted to. When he defeated Bonzo and Stilson, he did it so that he would not just win that fight, he’d win all of the fights that they would ever have. He never meant to kill anyone. When he found out that he killed all the buggers he started crying. The IF lied to him and told him that it was just a game when it was not.
Then George warned Lennie to keep away from her; “Listen to me you crazy bastard, don’t you even look at that bitch. I don’t care what she says and what she does, I seen ‘em poison before but never seen no piece of jail bait worse than her.” Curley’s wife causes tension on the ranch because she annoys and embarrasses Curley by wandering around the ranch flirting. This makes Curley angry and feel humiliated because his wife is always seeking the attention of other men. Curley got angry with the other worker because his wife is often disappearing and he felt as if the other man laughed at him because he could not keep control of his wife. “If you can’t keep control of your god-damn wife what do you want me to do about it?” Curley’s wife’s behaviour on the ranch angered Curley so much that he often vented his anger on the other men because Lennie was laughing to himself.
He could easily have anyone who caused trouble with him fired because of his position as the Boss’s son. People were afraid to talk to her because it could cost them their job. Although her intentions were probably not harmful, Curley’s wife came across as somewhat promiscuous. The men on the ranch thought she was trouble because of how she acted. They ignored her when she would come by “looking for Curley,” saying nothing more than that he was not there.
Walter is a Cunningham, so he is inferior and should be treated as such. Scout embraces the racism thrust on her and fails to see any other path. Also early in the novel Scout, Jem and Dill are afraid of Boo Radley, they think he is a monster and try to play tricks on him. They don’t know Boo Radley and have never seen him but still judge him on stories they have heard. They are threatened by him, and are scared to go on his property.
After a while, Jack feels that Ralph is not a good leader and he should take over the leadership of the people on the island. Jack then made a huge mistake by not having people by going off to hunt for the group instead of helping the group watch and keep the fire one. “I’m going off by myself. He can catch his own pigs. Anyone who want so hunt when I do can come too” (Golding, 178).
Within this relationship there is rarely true equality - one partner almost always has undue power or influence over the other. At the beginning of the play, Lady Macbeth seems the controlling influence. But, again, by the time we reach the final act she is deranged and will suffer and die virtually alone. In many ways, charting this private change of influence tells the story of Macbeth. A renowned warrior and the saviour of his country, Macbeth's authority naturally commands the respect of his countrymen in the opening scenes.
“Every generation laughs at fashions but follows religiously the new.” (Henry David Thoreau) The relationship between mother and daughter is indeed a very complicated one to understand. It is even more difficult to comprehend when both are from completely different worlds; two worlds with contrasting ways of thought and clashing opinions. Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club is an excellent example of how mother and daughter can overcome their rough complications by setting aside differences and truly understanding each other. Although cultural differences were one of the major sources for conflicts, other obstacles included generational differences, language barriers, and personal past experiences. Culture was the source of many difficulties between each mother-daughter pair.
“Cultural differences lead to misunderstandings, as people move from one culture to another, particularly when the same behavior has different meanings in the new setting.” The !Kung never appreciate the animal shared by the hunter. Their custom is they always make joke on the hunter and criticize his catch: “to them, the kill is always too small or too old or too thin”, “they say things like, ‘Oh, this is awful! What a worthless animal! Whatever made me think that this Tswana rascal could hunt!’.” The !Kung do such thing because they do not want any arrogance to appear in their society: "Yes, when a young man kills much meat he comes to think of himself of the chief or a big man, and he thinks of the rest of us as his servants or inferiors. We can't accept this.
At first, she made me feel like I was important and that I finally had friends in my life. She liked the same weird stuff that I did. I called her my best friend, my everything, I loved her…but I began to notice toxic behavior from her. I ignored it, because she was the only friend I had, I didn’t want to be alone again. She would get angry and upset very easy, and would take that out on me, calling me names and hurting my feelings, but you know “Oh I’m only joking, don’t be such a downer.” She would always claim this, and I believed her, and thought it was my