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.
He was either on the road as a salesman, out having some adventure, or having an unintentional asexual affair with a woman from his past. As a young child, William was told a story of the day he was born. Edward claims to have caught a un-catch able fish the day William was born. I saw this as just a way of excusing himself from missing his son’s birth. In this story, Edward said that he would have “gutted the fish to get the ring back.
In his essay “Working at Wendy's”, Joey Franklin conveys that he works at Wendy's because he feels that, even though the job may seem demeaning, it is something he has to do for the benefit of his family. Franklin uses short stories or anecdotes from earlier in his life or from those whom he works with to prove this point. Franklin in the end shows that he is willing to do anything to provide for his wife and son. Franklin's feeling of embarrassment begins when he recognizes a member of his Boy Scout troop who also works at Wendy's. This disgrace carries on throughout the story as Franklin is embarrassed and uncomfortable working at a fast food restaurant because of his high qualifications.
Bromden, uncomfortable with McMurphy’s deceit, refuses to accept the five dollars that McMurphy offers him later. McMurphy asks why all of a sudden everyone acts like he is a traitor, and Bromden tells him it is because he is always winning things. Ratched orders that everyone who went on the fishing trip be cleansed because of the company they kept. George has a phobia regarding cleanliness and begs the aides not to spray him with their smelly salve.
Grandpa Bobby tells his story: some people offered him a job smuggling emeralds from South America, but later double-crossed him, tried to kill him, and stole his beloved fishing boat. Ever since then, he's been trying to track them down and get back his boat. It hurt to think that everyone thought he was dead, but it was necessary. First, he didn't want the guys he was looking for to know he was still alive; second, he also knew that if his son found out, he would, true to form, drop everything and rush down to South America without another thought. Grandpa Bobby was in a bar in a small fishing village in Colombia when he saw Paine's interview on the satellite TV.
Just like the men would be the one to put down Lennie. Candy and his dog have been together since a young age, so have Lennie and George. Candy felt bad that he was not the one to put down the dog and George knows he will feel the same way. 45. George knows that the other men will probably be more cruel to Lennie, and George's quicker methods are the only alternative.
But Cal after meeting his mother has realized that he is not at all like his mother. Instead he has some good in him that Cal takes Lee’s advice of him being someone. Making Cal’s evilness to good. Adam – “‘Cal!’ He said harshly’ ‘Sir?’ ‘I trust you, son’,” (Steinbeck 596). Adam has finally has his father and son moment with one of his children that he is grateful to express himself to his son Cal.
I fool Pap and Get Away (pg 30) Huck finds a canoe when he is suppose to be out checking the end of the fish-lines for dinner, so he devises a plan to escape to Jackson’s Island with others thinking that he is murdered. VIII. I Spare Miss Watson’s Jim (pg 36) After Huck’s escape, people who knew Huck set out to search for Huck’s corpse but are unsuccessful. Huck manages to live on the island but felt lovely and scared all the time so he decides he needs a friend thus accidentally finds the runaway slave Jim at the Illinois shore. IX.
Shmuel’s hatred of the soldiers is finally justified, and to Bruno, a boy who idolized soldiers, such as his father, the abusive soldiers were anything but idols. Bruno then comments that he “doesn’t like it here”, to which Shmuel replies “neither do I” (page 208) It is at this point in the story that the reader realizes how innocent Shmuel is. Although Bruno has been shielded by his parents, Shmuel has had to experience hardship and suffering, giving him the image of a child who had forgone his innocence. However, like Bruno, Shmuel is unaware of the situation he is in, which is shown when he
The joy they had stemmed from a new belief that they were not just waiting for Doodle to die but to live a full life. It was in that moment that Doodle became a brother rather than an invalid. If Brother had not been afraid of embarrassment at school doodle would have never left the wagon. This story shows the effective of pride as positive and negative ways. It’s a sad story between the life of brother’s pride and the death of his brother.