The viewer is afraid of what he cannot see and what is out there and yet the windows are fogged up and there is a killer shark close to the boat. This adds another dimension tot the suspense of the scene. These windows could have been clear and you would have been able to see everything but instead they are fogged up to give to viewer a sense of uncertainty. The next biggest piece of the scene is the first aid kit that is located right about Quint’s head. They could have chosen to put that anywhere but the director chose to put it right at the top of Quint’s head in this scene.
His crew had abandoned him on the island and let him die to the Indians. Now would he have been worth defending, I would have defended him because he was a noble captain, had firm discipline but was not cruel, and he died fighting till his last breath for his beliefs. Although he lost sight of his mission and by doing so, put his whole crew in danger.
A. go in the opposite direction B. ask God for more time before going C. go immediately as God had said 3. The men on the ship threw Jonah overboard because _____. A. the ship was too heavy B. they discovered Jonah was the cause of the storm C. their false god demanded it 4. When the sailors threw Jonah overboard _____. A. the storm stopped B. their ship went immediately to land C. they died because of what they had Done 5.
Get the goddamn sail down!” (pg. 217) Storm tipped over their boat and although Jordan was the better swimmer, he drowned. Conrad blames himself for his death and that is the moment when he encounters his first big instability or problem.
It can be inferred from the following line Michael says to a fiery attacker, “He just doesn’t mean anything to me at all!”. Their friendly relationship is finally put to an end when a big fisherman snatches the fish from Michael and pitches them at Smitty,. These are not just fish. The abandonment of the fish is the abandonment of friendship. Their friendship is grabbed away by the townspeople, representatives of the social convention.
“In literature, evil often triumphs but never conquers.” I generally thought that this quote meant that the Bad guys may win the battle but he wont win the war. I for the most part agree with this quote. The novel “Raisin in the Sun” by Hansberry shows a great depiction of how the quote applies in literature, when Walter is told that they couldn't move to their new neighborhood because they are black, and then regains his honor. “Speak” by Anderson has a perfect example as Melinda was raped in the beginning and then gets back at Andy Evans through violence. In the novel “Raisin in the Sun”, when Walter tells Mr.Linder that they wont be moving into the new house in clyborn park is when Walter lost all of his honor.
In this chapter, we see how Simon dies, Simon dies along with the parachutist as they are carried out to sea. This to me brings down a lot of hope, because all in all there only real chance of surviving was the parachute, and now that it is gone, there is going to be chaos and a loss of civilization. In this chapter we see how many people from Ralph’s tribe are leaving him and wanting to go with Jack, such as Sam, Eric, and Bill. We also see how savage, and inhumane. We also see how many of the boys start questioning Ralph’s abilities.
This shows that when a once huge symbolism of power loses its significance, mayhem takes place. Ralph, Piggy, and Samneric march over to Castle Rock with the conch to try and get Piggy’s glasses back, and maybe restore some peace. Ralph calls an assembly with the conch and no one listens to him. Ralph and Jack get into a brawl and Jack nearly stabs Ralph with a spear. Jack orders his tribe to grab Samneric and tie them up.
He felt like he should have been the one to die, so he tried to take his own life away. In Ordinary People by Judith Guest, Conrad and his brother Jordan went sailing on a lake. They both fell into the water on opposite sides of the boat and they were there for hours. Jordan gave up, let go of the boat and drowned (Guest
When Angelo and Gabe are having a discussion on a boat, Gabe reveals that he does not want to live the same life as Angelo. Angelo says “‘When we get to shore it ends between us’” (Carcaterra 373). Later on Gabe says “‘ The most dangerous gangster is the one willing to kill the one he loves most’”(Carcaterra