Here he says that weather you kill people or take tire of car you will be punished anyway and when you will be punished you will forgot what you did and will be punished for no reason. Secondly, Misfit was forced to kill the family because they recognized him and he was scared that if he leaves them they will call cops. He didn’t wanted to the killings , but circumstances made him do the killings. He wanted to help them because they had an accident
A man who loved his mother would have cried a little bit at her funeral. Unlike Meursault’s behavior of being calm and distant at his mother’s funeral. It was unheard of to not have an open casket, but he did not even want to she his own mother one last time. He was not connected with his mother. He seemed to have never been close with her.
Although the police suspected that her husband Kevin, who had brought her to the emergency room, had harmed Dana, they drop any charges against him because they have no proof and Dana insists to them that he is not responsible. As chapter 1 opens, Dana’s narrative flashes back to when her problems first began—presumably the problems that eventually caused her to lose her left arm. She finds herself standing on the bank of a river, where she sees a four-year-old red-headed boy drowning and his mother frantically screaming on the bank. Dana rushes to rescue the unconscious boy, whose name is Rufus, and performs artificial respiration to revive him. However, rather than receiving thanks for saving the boy, Dana finds herself held at gunpoint by another man.
Perry and Dick initially get away with the murder, leaving behind scant clues and having no personal connection with the murdered family. Capote explores the motive again and again within his text, eventually concluding that any real motive for the crime lays within Perry — his feelings of inadequacy, his ambiguous sexuality, and his anger at the world and at his family because of his bad childhood. Dick plays the role of true outlaw, but the impact of the killings weighs heavily on him, and his own role in the murders remains unexplained and
For example Lennie was in the barn felling Curleys wife’s hair which was his first mistake then when she pulled away he grabbed at he to keep quite but as he did that he closed her airways and killed her. This was a honest mistake on his part he just didn’t want her to scream rape like what happened at his first job. Raymond made the mistake of telling Charlie’s girlfriend that Charlie was using him. He also made the mistake of the hooker making a date with him at 10 but she just wanted the time. Both honest mistakes that he didn’t even know he made.
He looked at Susie and grinned. “Tell me you love me,” he said. Susie did, but he killed her anyway. A few weeks after her death, Susie watches life continuing without her, her school friends trading rumors about her disappearance, her family hoping that she’ll be found, and her killer trying to cover his tracks. Susie sees her parents’ marriage fall apart by the loss, her younger sister, Lindsey trying to stay strong and her little brother, Buckley trying to figure out that she was gone.
The Lovely Bones is a tragic tale of how Susie Salmon and her family dealt with her rape and murder at the age of fourteen. The novel is riveting as it combines violence, love and mystery into one story of a broken family and their healing. The book was written by Alice Sebold who herself was raped during her college years. The story does not have your typical perfect ending but one as Weldon describes, one in which Susie has come to terms with her death. Susie was only fourteen when she was raped and killed by a man she knew.
Un-fortune things don’t work out the way she wants it to. Susie watches her family and friends fall apart in her heaven. She watches her father struggle to nail the man he suspects who killed his daughter, her mother commit adultery and leave the family, and the man who murdered her skip town and feel the guilt catch up with him where ever he goes.Jack Salmon was a father of three. Susie 14, Lindsay 13, and Buckley 5. Jack also had a lovely wife, Abigail.
Delia Jones is a washerwoman whose struggles against society and her own husband finally erupt into an act of passive aggression, totally changing the complexion of her life. Delia is a washerwoman who works long hours in a small Central Florida village. Her husband Sykes does not work, yet he resents that Delia cleans "white folks'" clothes in their home. The marriage is an abusive one, ever since Sykes began beating Delia two months after marrying. Observers in the town remark how the once-beautiful Delia has lost her shine because of her abusive husband.
The IF lied to him and told him that it was just a game when it was not. He had been fighting the buggers since he had gotten to battle school. In a way Ender kind of is a killer and he feels like it sometimes. Ender feels that he is a killer, although he never wants to kill anyone. He accidently killed Stilson in the beginning of the book without knowing until chapter 15, because he kicked him so many times.