I just let it go because maybe he was having a bad day but as I started to order it seemed like the cashier was trying to overcharge me. I ordered two of the 5 dollar pizzas but the cashier kept charging me for extra things and when I told him about it he got angry and started yelling at me. I was being as calm as possible to tell him what he did wrong but he just kept yelling. Finally one of his co-workers came to help the cashier but he still had an attitude the whole time. As I was walking out he was talking trash and being very impolite.
While Wilson is on his way to see Mr. Carson, we learn that he is very hungry and hasn’t eaten in days. He says that if the other servants would have known that, they would have generously given him an abundant amount of food. He also tells the reader that like him, the servants’ hunger and cravings have turned into a numb “sickness”. Gaskell is not being objective nor trying to make fun of the way society was at that time. She is
He got to his house and Joel took him up to his room ere they could talk in private. Joel didn’t have much time to talk because it was almost supper but Joel still doesn’t know about the job because they were talking about Samson while they were in his room. At supper they ate in peace but then Joel’s dad started to question him he blew and went on a tangent about the Romans and got kicked out of the house and didn’t complete his mission. Daniel was embarrassed and angry that he had failed so on his way back he ran into a roman while drinking water and Daniel gave the horse water and gave the man the same water so he kicked the bowl out of his hand. That made Daniel furious so he hurled the bowl at the Romans face and dashed away but while he was running he got nicked with a spear and hid in house for a while.
The school setting lacks teachers who are unable to command the interest and commitment of their students. In turn, the students lack attention and respect for their teachers. This is the perfect recipe for “complacent soup” that produces about as much fervor for learning in students as boiled potato water produces flavor. It is not until an unlikely English teacher grabs Rose’s attention that things begin to turn around for young Mike. Enter: Jack MacFarland, who Rose describes as “a beatnik who was born too late.
All the people in it were old and weary and cutting up vegetables. Ella and Benjamin were told to play with the other kids while the parents prepared dinner. Ella and Benjamin felt uncomfortable playing with the kids. They were playing some sort of capture game and they didn’t understand. Ella went inside to talk to her parents and she found them in a room secluded from everyone else.
How does Miller present the changing relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor? Act two begins “in the common room of Proctor’s house” and it is the first scene where the audience sees both Elizabeth and John on stage together. It focuses mainly on their relationship and how it is affected by other people and situations. In the narrative at the beginning of the scene John is directed to season the stew that Elizabeth has made for their evening meal because “he is not quite pleased” with it. This could be interpreted as a symbol for his dissatisfaction with Elizabeth because she is not good enough.
"What the sam hell are ya doing" Scout said when Walter Cunningham come to have lunch at the Finches house and poured syrup all over his food. Jean Louise "Scout" Finch, also gets a lot of the prejudice in Maycomb for being different, She doesn't dress like the other girls, She wears pants. "Aunt Alexandra was fanatical on the subject of my attire. I could not possibly hope to be a lady if I wore breeches, when I said I could do nothing in a dress, she said I wasn't supposed to be doing things that required pants" She doesn't criticise the finch family, in fact she "never let a chance escape her to point out the short-comings of the other tribal groups to the greater glory of the Finch family's own" There a many key themes in To Kill A Mockingbird. Racism, Growing up in those times.
We see how selfish and self centered the narrator is as he has thoughts of, “this blind man” “coming to sleep in [his] house” and telling his wife “maybe [he] could take him bowling” (22). The narrator’s jealousy and lack of interest in Robert’s visit is blatantly apparent. While his wife goes to the depot to pick up Robert
She acts as a mother to Jem and Scout. The passage that occurs when Walter Cunningham is having dinner with the Finches really shows the motherly instinct in Calpurnia. “’But he’s gone and drowned his dinner in syrup,’ I protested, ‘He’s poured it all over – It was then that Calpurnia requested my presence in the kitchen. She was furious…’There’s some folks who don’t eat like us,’ she said, ‘but you ain’t called on to contradict ‘em at the table when they don’t. That boy’s you comp’ny and if he wants to eat the table cloth you let him, you hear?’” (32).
On the voyage to France, Hu is immediately isolated from Foucquet and forced to eat with those of low salaries, and does not know how to properly eat. From here on out Hu is moving from house to house being deprived of his chance to explore by Foucquet. At Renault’s house Hu eats his meals with the housekeeper in a separate room, until he objects and is forced to eat alone. To look at Hu’s actions such as stealing a horse and constantly disappearing as being crazy is a very simplistic view of the situation. Hu is described as overjoyed when he is in Paris because he finally is able to explore.