The history teacher is more concerned that he must be the one to ruin their innocence. He would rather put this role on the parents or someone else, so he leaves the children in the playground, unknowing of their cruelty towards the weak and the smart. He walks "home past flower beds and white picket fences" proving that he is happy that he is still able to trick his students. On the way home, he thinks of more "white lies" he could tell, to protect them, so that he wouldn't have to be the one to expose them to the real
Yes sir!” External: Scout agrees with the compromise her father, Atticus and her agreed to. Level C Behavior: Scout is Level C because she follows through with the agreement her and Atticus had made about her staying in school. 6 Pg:”He declined to let us take our air rifles to the Landing (I had already begun to think of shooting Francis) and said if we made one false move he'd take them away from us for good. External: Scout continues to dislike Francis but she remembers what would happen if she attempted to do something. Level B Behavior: Scout is Level B because she wants to hurt Francis badly but then she thinks on what her father, Atticus had told her.
All three children are terrified of even walking past the Radley house. While reading the novel there are several small details that prove Boo to not be the person that Maycomb and Scout believe that he is. Scout first starts to realize the truth about Boo after finding presents in the tree, which have a bad stigma since the children that Scout goes to school with say anything from the Radley property is poisoned. After a burst of courage, Scout comes to find that the presents are not poison, thus making her realize that the word of her schoolmates is invalid. Another incident would be the night of Miss Maude’s house fire.
Richard Kwaning Mrs England English 9X1 Richard Kwaning 2nd October 2014 Roll Of Thunder Hear My Cry What has just Happened? Cassie and her brothers have just set on an attempt to stop the white school from always splashing away and creating their clothes and belongings dirty with dirt. It had just rained and during lunch an idea sparked to go create a deep ditch which the school bus could fall through. Their plan worked and the white school couldn’t use the bus for quite some time. Cassie and the boys were rejoicing home.
The successive day, Lennie accidentally kills his puppy in the barn, and Curley's wife came to see Lennie because she knew she could get company from Lennie while the others were outside. She tells him that life with Curley is a disappointment and thinks that she should’ve followed her dream of becoming a movie star. Lennie tells her that he loves petting soft things, and she offers to let him feel her hair. So Lennie pets Curley's wife's hair and gets a little too rough and when Curley's wife starts to struggle, he gets confused and hold even tighter. When she starts to yell, Lennie gets more and more confused as to what to do.
There were many filthy things about this lady some of them being uncleaned fingernails with dirt all through them and bits of breakfast always all over her aprons. Mrs Pratchett was so disrespectful to Dahl and his friends, one day they found a dead mouse and decided to scare Mrs Pratchett with it. This is something Dahl regrets doing and he will never forget this horrible deed. Mrs Pratchett demanded to his school principal (Mr Coombes) that Dahl and his friends were to be beaten with a cane several times. This is why Mrs Pratchett was portrayed as an ogre by Dahl.
The first violent act that the narrator perpetrates is when he gouges out the eye of his cat in a drunken rage because he thinks it is avoiding him. The second act was when he hanged the cat because he felt more and more irritated by the cats presence; he did this sober. That night his house burned down “mysteriously” (Poe). This further proves that the house burned down as revenge from the dead cat. The last violent even is when he shoves an axe into her skull because she was protecting the cat.
Both were young kids that looked at their missions as just an ordinary hike in the woods. They were always goofing around and didn’t take the situation seriously. One day, while messing around and not being aware of their surroundings, Curt stepped on a landmine and was blown into pieces in front of the entire platoon. Rat writes what he feels is a personal letter to Curt Lemon’s sister explaining how close of friends they were and informed her of his death. Rat becomes angered when he doesn’t receive a response from the sister.
Aunt Alexandra shows that she doesn’t mind being rude to Calpurnia while she is bossing her and giving her chores to do, but she won’t talk about race in front of Cal, fearing she will offend her. Aunt Alexandra also doesn’t like talking about white people hating black people in front of Calpurnia because she thinks Cal will start thinking anti-white thoughts towards her and Atticus.
even though he had terrible role models he still tried to stand up and be a good person. “leave her alone, Dally.” When dally was making Cherry and Marcia uncomfortable, he stood up to his idol and told him to stop. He is never seen being mean or mistreating others. Johnny then went on to put the lives of children before his without a second thought. when Johnny was in the burning church Pony-boy says “He wasn’t scared either.