Adrian Krump was charged with manslaughter, facing up to 17 years in prison. Danny’s parents tried to portray him as a sweet kid who loved sports. However, Danny had been in trouble several times before: he had been suspended from school, had shot with slingshots at houses before, and helped burglarize a house. At this point, the next thing was for the jurors to
It depends on the situation and the people. It people repent, feel guilty, or they are innocent, obviously you’d want to forgive them. Fernand and Dangular didn’t show their sorry, so of course Edmond didn’t forgive them. Mercedes is innocent in the movie. She only married Fernand because she was pregnant with Edmond’s son.
Jack felt he needed to get revenge on his daughter‘s killer. He had a strong intuition that George Harvey, a strange man who lived near the Salmons, was the one who murdered his daughter. George was careful to cover up any evidence, so Jack had nothing but gut feeling to accuse George Harvey. Then the police department decided to put the case to rest after about six months, after all leads were exhausted and there were no more clues. Jack Salmon just wished he could have protected his daughter Susie from being murdered, but now all he could do was try to get his revenge.
She did what she was told without question, even when it went against her own desires, shown when her father ordered her to stop seeing Hamlet, to which she responded with promises that she “shall obey, my lord,” (1.3.136). However, she was not nearly as innocent as she seemed, in my unofficial opinion. Innocence is defined as when one is without guilt, or it can also be thought of as when someone does not have any personal experience with the evil widespread throughout the world. Ophelia’s well of innocence starts to run dry when she confronts her brother, Laertes, on his impending trip to Paris. She says to him, “But, good my brother, Do not, as some ungracious pastors do, Show me the steep and thorny way to heaven, Whiles, like a puff’d and reckless libertine, Himself the primrose path of dalliance treads, And reaks not his own rede” (1.3.46-51).
Ultimately, Clark’s decisions to dismiss the drug dealers, drug users, and troublemakers and stick by his values prove to be ingenious. In relatively short order, the atmosphere in the school becomes conducive for learning. Clark’s school does not end up being taken over by the state government, because more than enough students pass the state-required exam. While I commend Clark for righting the sinking ship, I would not have gone about it in the same manner. My course of action would focus on getting the parents involved in the school.
Antigone’s family had clearly gone through much misfortune, but as her own life was giving way to a more prosperous future, Antigone chose a very dangerous path. Antigone is angered by the treatment of her brother’s body and seeks help to bury Polynieces from her sister Ismene. Antigone asks of Ismene “Wilt though aid this hand to lift the dead?” Antigone has set her course. As Ismene asks of her “Thou wouldst bury him,- when tis forbidden to Thebes?” Antigone replies “I will do my part, and thine if thou wilt not, - to a brother, false him will I never be found.” At possessing the knowledge that the king will not tolerate a burial, Antigone is none the less determined to undertake the task regardless of the consequence. Antigone is not content to leave this detail to fate.
Hugo also has authority over his younger brother Nigel by making him cry and faking a surprised reaction when their mom asks. He even convinces Jason to smoke even after telling him they are horrible for the lungs: “Hugo’s trying to teach me how to be a kid like him, but I can’t even smoke a single cigarette” (66). So he continues to watch his fellow classmates, even observing a couple make love, hoping to gain a better reputation. The Cold War takes away the joyful spirit of the town, just in time for Jason to receive a secret letter from Spooks, the secret society in his town Black Swan. It turns out he and another one of his classmates received the letter to meet up at the graveyard.
As the story of human nature, those children were innocent, but they have influenced by the society at the time. The story is about a group of children who call themselves the Wormsley Common gang and try to destroy a house when the owner were gone. However, when the plan is nearly to the end, that the owner, Mr. Thomas (Old Misery) has returned home earlier than expected. Trevor (T.) , the leader of gang devised a plan to trap Old Misery in his own lavatory in order to finish the demolition. The story creates some rough elements of literary fiction, character suspense, complex character and unsettling ending.
Death is a determining factor that turns the main character, Holden Caulfield’s, life upside down. Death is also a recurring theme in the “Catcher in the rye.” You’d think that Holden, a seventeen-year-old boy, would be more interested in sex and friends than death. Holden’s brother Allie died of leukemia a few years back and Holden also witnessed a young boy named James Castle committing suicide at the prep school. Allie’s death was one of the most fundamental changes that happened in Holden’s life so far. At points in the story, Holden can’t stop thinking about death.
This relates back to being an unwanted child, because flowers are beautiful and to Baby these fake nails are probably beautiful. She never had anyone tell her what was beautiful and what was not because of the fact that her father was not there for her the way a father should be, and he made her feel unwanted and not to mention, she also grew up without a mother. Conflict is a major literary element used in this novel. O’Neill makes that come to life through many different quotes, such as “I hoped that part of his therapy wasn’t to give up his interest in me” (67). This is conflict because already Jules makes Baby feel like she is not loved and that she is unwanted and to her the fact that while he is at this rehabilitation center, trying to get better, he might forget about her and make her feel more unwanted, than she already is.