She prefers to spend more time with herself than with her family because of this she has a weak relationship with her parents. The story discusses how she has two sides: one for home and one for not being home. Her abduction was solely due to her fault for her appearance that she presented in public, to the relationship that she had with her family and lastly her naiveness. The antagonist Arnold Friend somehow knew about Connie. He saw a great opportunity the moment he set his eyes on her.
An example of Evyn being unintelligent was when her so-called friends, Andrea’s group, calls her Evelyn and doesn’t talk to her unless it’s to ask about updates with Ajax, she doesn’t realize that they’re just using her. Evyn was also, very inconsiderate and selfish. She didn’t seem to notice how happy her father, Birdie was after he had proposed to Eleni. Evyn doesn’t seem to care what his father felt and made it harder for him. “Bounce” was an interesting book that showed problems that actually happen to 13 year olds.
First, she is a naive girl, who is basically taken advantage of by an older man. Then her family is turned against her, because of her alleged actions. Since her family doesn't understand the relationship that she and Pete share they accuse her of things that she did not do. The friction between her and her family forces her out, but with nowhere to go she must fend for herself anyway necessary on the streets. The situation that Maggie ends up in is not her fault, but the faults of the actions, or inactions of the people around her.
Katie decides to call back claiming she was in the shower then acts all happy and jolly like there was no blatant distance or issues between them. At that time what ineffective conflict style I feel is being used is the computer, because on the phone it seems they are trying so hard to have a conversation and get along with and by arguing. Another rule for good communication “Pick the right time and place” applies to Ben and Katie again also. They start to argue while going to pick up their children from summer camp. Katie then says something along the lines as “this is not the time or place”.
Montag thought for himself when he decided to show his wife the books, knowing there was a good chance she would "pull" the alarm on him. Faber is a good friend of Montag. "The phone on teh far end of the line called Faber's house" (Bradbury 15). If the fellow firemen knew that he called Faber, they would all be disapointed with him. So Montag thought for himself when he called
Scout misunderstands. She thinks the mob is a group of friends, and rushes into it “(2001).Scout is not ready for the seriousness of becoming a women. She is more worried and playing around and enjoying herself as every other child. She also looks up to the only sibling that she have which happens to be a boy. Scout is only following the hand that she has been delt.
He readily admits that the current state of society is due to the cowardice of people like himself, who would not speak out against book burning when they still could have stopped it. He berates himself for being a coward, but he shows himself capable of acts that require great courage and place him in considerable danger.Clarisse McClellan,a beautiful seventeen-year-old who introduces Montag to the world’s potential for beauty and meaning with her gentle innocence and curiosity. She is an outcast from society because of her odd habits, which include hiking, playing with flowers, and asking questions, but she and her (equally odd) family seem genuinely happy with themselves and each other. Last but not least... Granger The leader of the “Book People,” the group of hobo intellectuals Montag finds in the country. Granger is intelligent, patient, and confident in the strength of the human spirit.
Their purpose was to escape punishment, or work, or responsibility, and they were used for profit” (Steinbeck 74). At the beginning of the novel she is portrayed as a wicked person who’s evilness comes from nowhere but her own empty heart. Towards the end, she appears weak and afraid of people, mostly the ones that do not fall for her trickery. These are the moments in the novel that may give the impression that Cathy is not evil after all, but is merely an impatient, self-centered person. Cathy’s upbringing did not seem to be a likely place to develop hatred or any reason for rebellion in the young girl.
Melinda does not even like her but it the only girl that doesn’t know about the party. She wouldn’t lose her friends if she just told the truth. Most of all is that Melinda is hurting herself. “Its easier not to say anything…no body really wants to hear what you have to say”(9). Because of this she is slowly rotting away.
That’s why it was so hard for her to keep the secret of the died teacher from her family. (“Sue why don’t you eat you’ve been acting strange lately?” asked sues mother. “May I be excused please?” sue said as she raced up the stairs preventing the conversation to continue.) After a while sue wanted to just tell the truth and do the right thing, but her friends who were also responsible for the murder had threatened sue with her life if she told the cops what really happened. So out of fear she kept her mouth shut for as long as she could.