A passing naval ship sends officers ashore to investigate the blaze Jack sets in order to try to kill Ralph. Even though Ralph is getting what he sought out for so long, “[he] wept for the end of innocence” (202). Perhaps this moment shows that Ralph understands that everything is not always as sweet as it may seem. Despite the fact that the boys are finally being rescued, Ralph realizes that he will never be the same. Ralph is no longer the young, innocent boy he was when he arrived on the island.
There are some good points and also has bad points in the two stories. In “Gregory”, the soldiers gave Gregory two chances to escape because they are justice but he didn’t. And in “Just-”.The barber wanted to kill Captain Torres to save more people. But at last he didn’t because he still want to live in the world peaceful. However, justice is still the most part in both stories.
The only reason they voted for Ralph was because he had the conch. This shows how important the conch was to all the kids at first, but as the boys became more and more savage the conch started to be worthless to them, along with civilization and order. The conch was originally a powerful symbol of civilization and leadership, but the boys stopped caring about it, so they stopped caring about the last bit of civilization they still had. There was still a small sense of civilization left in all the children that kept that kept them from becoming total savages. But that was lost when Roger killed Piggy and destroyed the conch.
The D’Angelos need to forgive the boys for drilling holes in the kayak, essentially killing Ben, because JT and Digger received a punishment. By forgiving the boys, the D’Angelos allow all of them the opportunity to move on from the incident. Next, forgiveness is a main theme because Brady needs to forgive JT and Digger. Brady is very upset that his friends go behind his back and use his idea to sabotage the kayak. Digger makes him feel like its partly his fault because he gave them the idea of drilling the holes in the kayak.
It is comes out two arguments that George did either right or wrong to kill Lennie in the end. The people who think he did right, was said, George have no way to do but he can only kill Lennie. Think about the situiation George held, he tried to ask Slim if they can put Lennie in jail, but Slim told him that's not good for Lennie. On the other hand, almost all the other farmers were angry with Curleys wife's death. Despite he saved Lennie, what
In the book Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Huck has to deal with his conscience by either going to hell for helping a slave escape or he helps Jim because he knows it’s the right thing. The only downside to turning Jim in was that everyone would look down upon Huck too. Also everyone would probably later find out that Huck faked his death At first Huck was going to rat Jim out to the people out on the boat but his conscience got to him. and told him that it wasn’t the right thing. The next time Huck was going to create a letter explaining what happened but he ended ripping it up.
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.
Although Grant initially doesn’t want to help Jefferson, he gradually changes throughout this book and accomplishes his goal of transforming him into a man. Jefferson, who was supposed to be meeting up with a friend to go fishing, ended up being convicted of murder. He was too ignorant to know that it was a bad idea to get into the vehicle with them and and ended up being accused of murder. Jefferson’s defense attorney defends him by calling him a hog. He says that Jefferson should not have been convicted of anything but stupidity.
After almost being killed, Huck cannot take it any longer and takes matters into his own hands. Huck fakes his own death just so he can get away from his father and the town he lived in. Later on, when Huck realizes that the thieves are stuck on the boat and they might die, even though they’re bad people, Huck knows he should do the right thing, so he tries to have them rescued. Throughout the journey, Huck never pays attention to society’s thoughts but towards the end, he begins getting mixed thoughts. When he almost turns Jim into the slave catchers, he realizes that Jim is his best friend, and when he thinks he is doing the right thing by writing the letter to Ms. Watson, he then realizes that Jim does not deserve that.
As the deaths continued and the monster’s vengeance inclined, Victor became increasingly enthralled in his problems and seemingly ignored others’. He could have killed the creature after he found that he killed William and Justine.. Instead, Victor san and reduced to face his problems face to face, he escaped. To call Victor a “hero” would be ignorant. He did create life, however he never took flu responsibility, always took the easy way out and was the force that created the suffering of the novel.