By saying this it forces Mr Birling to speak to him and start the conversation. Mr Birling answers by trying to take charge of the situation he does this by at first asking the inspector to sit down and then he starts to try and avoid the subject of why the inspector is actually he says I was lord mayor two years ago and I’m still on the bench he says this almost as a warning and is trying to get the inspector to back off. This causes the other characters in the room to feel uneasy which creates a tense atmosphere, Gerald immediately starts to agree with everything his soon to be father in law says whereas Eric is much more blunt. The inspector puzzles the readers by letting Mr Birling rant on and then acting as though all of Mr Birling’s life achievements are worth nothing. At this point we still don’t know why he is here, but he creates the impression that everyone present is
George does not care about Lennie’s situation and he trust in him as Lennie trust in George. In chapter four, the George says, “A guy needs somebody-to be near him” shows that people need other people to be strong and take better decisions. No matter who is that person and how smart is he or she. George does not care about who Lennie is and he considered Lennie his friend, showing that intelligence is not everything. All Lennie actions show his innocence.
Ha Jin is undoubtedly saying that he does not need anything else, in this instance, his pen for writing; because he has a person or people that mean more to him than that. Ha Jin has put down his pen to pursue things that really matter to him, and he does not feel guilty for doing so. By definition, languor is, “listless indolence or inertia,” (Merriam-Webster). His pen lies idle and unused, but Ha Jin feels no annoyance or trouble for having left it for other things. Instead, he spends his time how he chooses and will not let the world have an impact on what he does with his time.
Miller also presents Parris as a man that is extremely pleased with himself and he believes that he should be shown more respect than he is been given. He says ‘Man! Don’t a minister deserve a house to live in’ which gives you the impression that he thinks he is
He didn’t think Aron could handle it at all,” (Steinbeck 586). Cal who is known to take advantage of his brother is not as evil as many think. Cal loves his brother so much that he does not want to hurt is brother anymore but helps him by hiding the truth about his mother. Has much as Cal relatives to his mother Cal still has people that he loves unlikely his mother,
He is the chief at the firehouse and he knows a lot of information. When Beatty learns about Montag having a book, which is when the rising action really begins. Beatty is not trying to be an influence. He always pushes Montag to his limits and Montag always seems to get against whatever Beatty says. Beatty has a talk with Montag saying that books are not good and that nothing is good about them.
When I read the title Company Man, I thought it would be about a guy who owns a company of some sort and something horrible was going to happen to the company. I was totally wrong. A Company Man a man named Phil who loves to work. "He works like the important people.” This quote was said in this essay, and I think it is very important because it shows to the people he works with that he doesn’t just work for himself he works as if he was more then one person. If this essay was different and showed that Phil loved his family, he came home on time for dinner and left after everyone was out of the house.
Both messages are similar to those one might find in tales designed to support a moral message. The Overcoat and The Necklace each use opposing ideas to help support the same moral message about the materialistic world. In the story of The Overcoat, we find a man who is content in his life. His contentment is based on not needing anything but the satisfaction of his work. The life we see in Akaky Akakievich does not need the approval of others and does not need the acquisition of things in order to achieve anything more within his self awareness.
He is willing to trust people and accept the world. He is also willing to look for truth and do whatever it takes for his loved ones. Due to the fact that Hamlet lacks many of these qualities, he wishes he could be more like his friend. Horatio cares very much for Hamlet but does not want to change his decisions or persuade him in any way. Even though Hamlet and Horatio do have some differences they do not interfere with their strong friendship.