The ghost takes him back to fezziwigs party, scrooge cried out in excitement ‘why it’s old fezziwig! Bless his heart, its old fezziwig alive again’. Scrooge starts to see you don’t need money to make you happy, because this party took place outside some closed party. Scrooge thinks his nephew has no right to be in love just because he’s poor ‘because you fell in love’, growled scrooge, ‘as if that were only one thing in the world more ridiculous than merry Christmas’. The ghost takes scrooge to belle and she feels as if she has been replaced my scrooges money, ‘to you, very little another idol has displaced me’.
“We passed by the Santa Claus display and Andy started acting funny. He said Santa Claus reminded him of Rob. So Andy started getting depressed and he wouldn’t talk and just wasn’t any fun.” (Draper 62). A final example of the plot that young adults find engrossing is when Andy shot himself in the head with his father’s rifle. I am sure it grabs many readers attention because it is not what one would expect to happen.
He was too busy thinking about how to siege the fort by the river. His wild imagination was leading his away from reality. He even spilled cream all over himself without even realizing it. Terry’s uncle says “He’s hot his head in the clouds again.” So as readers, we can assume that Terry is constantly thinking about his doll house and off in his own little world of paper dolls. As Terry continues with his supper, he is asked by his uncle what he’s been up to.
At the start of the novella by Dickens ‘A Christmas Carol’ there is nothing if not a litany of reasons why protagonist Ebenezer Scrooge has to change. He is horrible to his family, horrible to his employee; he thinks poor people should be in prison and that sick people should just die. Further, Christmas annoys him no end, he loves the fact that no one acknowledges
The Monkeyface Chronicles Analytical Notes Part One Chapter One: ‘Grum and Grunt’ Summary of the Story in this Chapter: This chapter occurs during the main character’s birthday. As the story begins, the protagonist, Phillip explains his position at the time of Part One of the story, and explains that the events of this chapter occur during his 13th birthday. Instead of being given the opportunity to celebrate the memorable occasion, Phillip finds himself a target due to his facial deformity. The bullies at Phillip’s elementary school want to give him ‘Birthday Beats’, and as a result, the bullies use this as a reason to badly injure Phillip. As continuously hurt Phillip, the only person who chooses to help Phillip is his twin brother, Michael.
Intelligence saves her life, she sees through the Gamemaker’s “evil trick” just before she eats it. In reverse, Katniss puzzles the Gamemakers. “The berries have just passed my lips when the trumpet begin to blare. The frantic voice of Claudius Templesmith shouts above them” (345). She decides to not give them a victory, which have totally embarrasses the Gamemakers, or even the entire Capitol.
Tom is the mockingbird, and is now sentenced to death, for offering his kindness. Tom cannot cope with the world of racism, where he cannot even receive a fair trial. Tom bolts for the fence of the prison compound and is shot and killed. Tom Robinson experiences his degeneration during the trial and perishes by the judgment, the hands, and the stupidity of the unjust. In, To Kill a Mockingbird it is obvious what the good and evil is to the reader, but prejudice and hate dominates this story.
Later, Doodle's cries of "Don't leave me! Don't leave me!" are a parallel to the moment when the terrified little boy once again cries out, "Don't leave me!" when his older brother does actually leave him. Moreover, Aunt Nicey says that red dead birds are very bad luck, foreshadowing Doodle's death again.
Both were young kids that looked at their missions as just an ordinary hike in the woods. They were always goofing around and didn’t take the situation seriously. One day, while messing around and not being aware of their surroundings, Curt stepped on a landmine and was blown into pieces in front of the entire platoon. Rat writes what he feels is a personal letter to Curt Lemon’s sister explaining how close of friends they were and informed her of his death. Rat becomes angered when he doesn’t receive a response from the sister.
Many stories in time have similar character types. In“The Monkey’s Paw” and “The Third Wish,” the stories have two characters that have some similarities as well as differences in the stories. In “The Monkey’s Paw,” Mr. White and his family receive a magical monkey’s paw from a friend. The paw grants three wishes, but wishers need to be wary of the consequences. Mr. White’s wish goes awry, accidentally killing his son.