She may have felt guilty as she thought the norms would find out that she killed the man and then they would kill her. David and Petra are the ringleaders in the escape. “If we were to survive, we must keep our true self hidden…” When Petra was drowning, David and Rosalind heard her cries through their minds, which then made them fear more, as people were being suspicious as no-one else heard her. Then they had to fear Petra, as they realized her powers were much too strong for her and she was too young to fully understand it.
For Antigone and Creon these consequences were very extreme. Antigone in reality killed her sister and fiancé by deciding to berry her dead brother, even though everyone around her begged her not to. By choosing to berry her brother she forced her uncle to not only kill her but everyone around her who she loved. She became so lonely when she was forced into captivity that she killed herself. All this because of one decision she made to berry her brother caused her life to fall apart and everyone she loved to disappear.
Then when she gave birth to her twins sons, she acted as if she did not want them and I believe that Cathy was selfish was because she shot her husband in the shoulder. Also Faye left all of her earnings and possessions, including the brothel to Cathy in her will. So in order to take advantage of Faye Cathy poisoned her until she died. I do not think this was right of Cathy because Faye truly seemed to care about her. If I had the opportunity to meet Catherine Amesbury or Cathy Ames I would not take it.
The Sandlot The movie “The Sandlot” is a very good example of the way adolescents act and their lifestyle as a whole. We see how they go through their summer days and interact with each other. The film takes place in 1962 and is a flashback of the life of Scotty Smalls when he moves into a new neighborhood with his mother and stepfather. The didn’t allow Scotty to make many new friends but he eventually follows some of the neighborhood kids after school one day and sees them playing baseball. While he is watching them play he ends up throwing the ball to them and gets made fun of because he cannot throw well.
When he comes to see her, they go out on a date but she realizes they've drifted apart and aren't the same so breaks up with him, who has no reaction. He later comes back and tells her it hurt too much. When her brother wins a cruise on the S.S. Tipton, she goes also and meets Zack Martin, who develops a crush on her and asks her out, but she says no. When he gets blamed for a prank she pulled on her brother, he finds out it was her and asks her where she's been all of his
When Clarisse asked Montag this question he thought it was a foolish question to ask, of course he was happy. Later that evening when he enters his house, he ponders the question some more. He quickly discovers that his wife Mildred had tried to commit suicide, and is unaware of doing so. After his discovery, Clarisse’s question suddenly became less foolish to him. “’That's sad,’ said Montag, quietly, ‘because all we put into it is hunting and finding and killing.
After he quit, he went outside and the girls got into their car and drove off. They never looked back at him what so ever. If he quit because Lengal did something very wrong to him or has a legit excuse that's one thing but quitting to impress a girl is silly. The narrator in Greasy Lake also does something very foolish. He nearly murdered someone.
When they laugh at her warnings and she gets upset, Minerva says, "Come on, Dede. Think how sorry you'd be if something should happen to us and you didn't say goodbye." But before they leave, she cries out her real fear: "I don't want to have to live without you." The reader knows that is her fate exactly: to live after her sisters die as martyrs, and thus to tell their story. Another instance of foreshadowing occurs after Tio Pepe reports what Trujillo said at the gathering at the mayor's house.
Maria gets the message that her brother is dead and that her love has killed him. She prays that it is not true. Tony shows up at her house outside her window and starts screaming at him that he is a killer. Then he calms her down and tells her that bernardo killed riff first who was like a brother to tony. Anita tries to convince maria that tony has no heart and is going to leave
Ralph is introduced as an optimistic boy. However, Ralph gradually matures by understanding the difficulties of surviving on a deserted island, labeling Simon’s death as murder, and comprehending his loss of innocence. Upon arrival to the island, Ralph is very idealistic on his viewpoint to his situation. When Ralph first meets Piggy, he and Piggy play together as if nothing is wrong — “Ralph danced out into the hot air of the beach and then returned as a fighter-plane…and machine-gunned Piggy” (11). In this situation, Ralph has just