Overreaching Don’t Pay (pg 186) Huck cannot stand the frauds anymore when he sees Mary-Jane crying over the slaves sold and have their families separated, so he tells Mary-Jane the truth about the frauds and devises a plan to jail the king and his duke, which Huck feels proud of because even “Tom Sawyer couldn’t ’a’ done it no neater himself” (195). XXIX. I Light Out in the Storm (pg195) The day Mary-Jane went to town was the same day that the real Harvey and William return. The townspeople along with Dr. Robinson and lawyer Levi Bell inspects the frauds and almost immediately reveals their fraud identities. XXX.
On a cold December 30, 1903, parents and children were headed to the Iroquois Theater in downtown Chicago to see Mr. Bluebeard. The theater had just opened that day and was said to be “absolutely fireproof;” in the end, the exact opposite was true. The tragedy begun when an arc light shortened and ignited a drop curtain. When that happened audience member’s panicked and began scrambling to escape but due to the over-packed crowd there was no way to escape thorough the small main doorway. (Sauberman) Ultimately, due to misjudgments and mistakes the Iroquois Theater burned down, killing a total of 602 people; because of this, stricter theater fire codes were passed.
After this victory in Kazan, Ivan was not thought of as a boy anymore by his people and became known as Ivan the Terrible. The term 'terrible' was used to show the people's respect for Ivan as a leader. It is said that Ivan blinded the architect who he had construct the cathedral to be sure that no cathedral was ever built to look similar. Ivan suspected that Anastasia was poisoned and became obsessed with seeking out the culprits. He married six more times after this only for political advantages.
Her neighbors helped her out by getting the furniture and other valuables out of the burning house. The Maycomb’s old fire truck jammed on the route, had to be pushed by a crowd of men. By the time Maycomb’s fire truck reached to the site, a fire truck from Abbottsville County came and began pumping water on the house but soon the whole house collapsed and gushed fire all around. The fire was completely
John had barely begun his workday on the 81st floor when he heard a loud explosion. As flames burst through the office, John and his co-workers quickly headed for the stairwell. "I thought I would die," John said. "The building was swaying and we could feel the building tilting to the left, fighting our way through the fire making our way to the stairwell." Fearing the worst for his pregnant wife Mary, John made frantic cell phone calls to her without success.
Faber is talking to Guy through the ear device and tells him to run, but Guy thinks of the mechanical hound, so instead he gets the grabs the flamethrower that Beatty was handing to him. Guy burns down his house along with the books and gets arrested by Captain Beatty. “The books leapt and danced like roasted birds, their wings ablaze with red and yellow feathers.” – Personification & Simile Scene II: The house is burnt and Captain Beatty tells Guy that Mildred’s friends had also turned in an alarm earlier … he was an idiot for reciting poetry like that. Beatty hits Guy and the green bullet falls out, Beatty picks it up and says he’ll burst Guy’s friend, so Guy still having that flamethrower in his hand he burns Captain Beatty alive and the mechanical hound, too. “Why don't you belch Shakespeare at me, you fumbling snob?
When the fire company broke into the marshal’s office where the draft was being held the smashed the selection wheel and set fire to the building which is ironic because they put out fires. A deputy begged for the company to put out the fire but they refused and he was beaten and the draft was officially on hold. Workers from railroads, artisans, industrial workers, machine shops, laborers, and other employees didn’t show up for work that day as they were marching up 8th and 9th Ave and they gathered more people as they continued (Weil 147). The mob met in Central Park to discuss the situation and split up into two columns and went on their way (Bernstein 18). Some people started to bring down telephone poles and lines and this began this terrible insurrection that was to
A fireman was killed by a body falling from the sky. But he reached for her hand and she reached for his hand and they leaped out the window holding hands. The day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night, in which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, wrote John the Apostle, and the elements shall melt with a fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up. I try to whisper prayers for the sudden dead and the harrowed families of the dead and the screaming souls of the murderers but I keep coming back to his hand and her hand nestled in each other with such extraordinary ordinary succinct ancient naked stunning perfect simple ferocious love. There is no fear in love, wrote John, but perfect love casteth out fear, because fear hath
The prince of Verona, when he heard about this, banished Romeo from the city of Verona. He was quoted saying, “Romeo will be banished from Verona forever, and never allowed back in this city again!” However there are a lot of speculations surrounding this incident. An elderly Verona citizen was heard to say, “How long am I going to live to witness strife from these two families?” The enmity between the two houses; the Capulets and the Montagues is remembered since time immemorial. The enmity is such that when these two families meet they clash. Even Mercutio’s last words before he died were, “I wish a plague amongst the two households.” The households of Montague and Capulets are reported to be mourning and threatening vengeance.
But rather than waiting on being attacked, Cortes determined to anticipate them. He had some of the city lords called saying that he wished to speak to them and shut them in the chamber by themselves. After the five hour firing to some houses and towers where natives defended themselves, Cortes and his army with the help of Tascaltecal and Cempoal natives, forced all the people out of the city. 3. After evaluating Cortes letter to the king, I believe that it is subjective towards the Native American civilization.