Dear Lennie, I know killing you was wrong of me, but if I didn’t do it then Curley and the other guys would have killed you. I didn’t want it to have to come to killing you, but the guys gave me no choice because they would have killed you or put you in an insane asylum. I killed you because I would have rather done it then letting one of the other guys do it because you are my best friend. If I let one of the other guys kill you then that would have made me feel the same way Candy did when they killed his dog because he said, ‘“ I ought to of shot that dog myself, George. I shouldn’t ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog’” (Steinbeck 61).
Unkle Billy escaped his direct fate by dooming the others and it is never let known to the reader if he becomes happy later on in his life, though it is doubted by his cynical and untrustworthy nature; he would probably never let himself be happy by always fearing the world around him. Oakhurst and the Duchess both had more life to look forward to and so far they had been living life on their terms, even if it wasn’t the optimal way to live. The Innocent and Piney had each other and had run away to fulfil their lives of happiness together. Mother Shipton was the only one in the confining cabin that didn’t have something specific to look forward to after the mountains, yet she had been living her life the way she choose before the exile. Society had thrown out Oakhurst, Duchess and Mother Shipton for them being themselves; by living their successes they were condemned.
This is the best evidence because unlike any other example, Mrs. Danvers blatantly states that she will never be better than, or even equal to Rebecca in anyone's eyes, including Maxim. After this incident, Maxim learns that another body has been found, he then heads to cottage on the shore. Mrs. de White heads outside and notices the lights from cottage and heads inside to where she finds Maxim. Maxim tells all saying that "Rebecca won" and tells his wife what really happened that day. That they hated each other and that they had a bargain, she had to pretend to be the perfect wife and not shame his family's name, if she could have affairs with out any problems.
Enili became very angry at the other gods when he saw the boat. Enili asked the other gods if the mortals escaped because no mortals were suppose to have survived the destruction. Ninurta smarted off that Ea did it and he Ea knew everything and makes his own rules. Ea asked Enlil how he could so senselessly bring down the flood. Then he told Enlil that he didn’t tell Utnaplishtim of the flood, he learnt of it in a dream.
Everything except my heart, my mind and Lennie. Di’n’t I promise Aunt Clara I would watch out for him. Di’n’t I promise myself I would be mighty nice to him after I almost drowned him. Well I di’n’t keep neither of those promises ‘cause if I had I wouldn’ be in this situation. It don’ make no difference now though.
While the master plan to blind the Cyclops was incredibly successful, he did something severely wrong while leaving the island. Not knowing of the consequences that might occur, Odysseus shouted his real name to the Cyclops, which essentially caused him a great deal of trouble afterwards. ”Hear me Poseidon…Grant that Odysseus / Son of Laertes, / May never reach his home on Ithaca. “ (Book 9, 22-25) prays Polyphemus. Thus Poseidon further delays Odysseus’ trip and makes it just that much harder for him to return to Ithaca.
‘Ralph flung back his hair. One arm pointed at the empty horizon.’ Ralph flinging back his hair shows that he does not was not anything to be in the way as he says the devastating news. He then pointed his arm before saying anything. At this point, the boys would have been curious as to why Ralph was not overjoyed at the fact that they had finally caught the pig. Then Ralph said the words that ‘struck them into silence’ “There was a ship.” When it had finally sunk in (no pun intended) that although they finally had food, they let the chance of rescue slip though their fingers.
-Lennie Dear Journal, I member being wit' George talkin' bout tending the rabbits. I don't know what happened but I don't see 'im no more. I'm ina different place now and I'm on my own. I didn't mean no hurt to Curley's wife. George was right bout me stayin' far from her.
(Oh boy, did Poseidon know about the wine? Dang, he hoped nobody knew what that little minx had done to him) Poseidon: "Well, I'm certain her trip was a waste, as always." (He said in an indignant tone) Zeus: "Come now Poseidon, everyone isn't as serious as you are about life. Anyway, what is it that you wished to see me about?" Poseidon: "I have received word from my children the dolphins of yet another
She finally understood that there is no celebrated beggar anywhere, but celebrated givers. She also observed that the dependent can never be greater than his provider. And the receiver will always be the slave of the giver. I think she also knew that it is more honourable to eat an earned unbalanced food than to dine with the president without charge. Maybe, she later knew that over dependence leads to brain drain and destroys ingenuity.