Rotten kid! I hate tough kids! You work your heart out [but it’s no use] (21).”According to this quote, this juror condemns all teenagers and feels resentment towards them. He especially feels strongly about the defendant, because the boy grew up in the slums, and this juror is also biased against these people who grew up there. It is because of these feelings that he is strongly cemented in his vote of guilty.Juror #3 is guilty of hasty generalization, because he does not really think about the facts given, he is thinking about an incident that he has gone through with his teenage son.
The man who went to jail voluntarily originally only did it because he knew he would get paid two million dollars, but then realized after the Fifteen years he was in the penitentiary that living life is more valuable. “To prove to you in action how I despise all that you live by, I renounce the two millions of which I once dreamed as of a paradise and which I now despise.” Chekhov 5. The main character first agreed to the bet with his intent on receiving two million dollars, but even after he spent his fifteen years in jail, he did not want the reward of the money any longer. Besides the lesson that the man had learned, he also changed within the years. “Your books have given me wisdom.
It is clear that he hates his job and his boss. He says “If I didn’t have to hold my hand because of my parents I’d have given notice long ago, I’d have gone to the chief and told him exactly what I think of him” (Kafka 1112). Obviously, he wishes nothing more than to quit his job, but due to his obligations he cannot. And those obligations are going to last for a while according to Samsa. “Once I’ve saved enough money to pay back my parents’ debts to him - that should take another five or six years- I’ll do it without fail.
In this article she discusses how drug abuse is such a widespread in American Society. Drug Abuse not only harms the individual but others around as well. Society takes a toll on this as well. The author discusses the abuse at home and at school. Simon, J. (2009).
Twain portrays his main character, Huck, as a boy who questions society and its beliefs. He also criticizes society and shows awareness with his witty satire. In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain uses satire, through his character Huck, to show the hypocrisy and ignorance in adults, and royalty as apathetic and greedy; all while managing to see how man is very inhumane to their own kind. One example society that Twain attacks is adults and their hypocrisy. Huck doesn’t understand why he is forbidden to do certain things, when the person forbidding him does the exact same things.
Dr. Roylott is presented a scary, unwanted man. This is found when Helen Stoner describes her father ‘he became the terror of the village’. The adjective ‘terror’ shows that he causes not just unrest within his village, but has manipulated the village through his actions and words to fear him. The fact that he has caused this, shows that he thrives off negative energy. This makes the reader feel sad as they realise that his confidence and happiness will grow as Sherlock hits setbacks and emits negative energy, which will dampen Holmes’s spirits.
The second theme is the pitfalls of temptation. This is that the money got made a man ruin his two weeks until he was free, the lust to have Everett's wife penny, the mayor pardoning the boys so that he could get reelected, Tommy selling his soul to the
He tries to change the jurors’ minds by talking to them about the evidence and not just voting guilty because they do not like where they boy has come from. The hardest person to persuade is Juror 3, who is the angriest as we find out later in the film. Juror 10 does not like people who come from the slums so he is going to be prejudiced about this, which will cause some trouble since Juror 5 who has come from the slums as well. Juror 8 manages to change everyone’s vote and save the boy after Juror 3 breaks down in tears and learns that he has been defeated. This is a clever and interesting film, in which the director succeeds in both entertaining the audience and exploring a serious message.
After he came back from Walden Pond he ran into a tax collector who asked Him to pay six years of late taxes. Henry refused because he believed his taxes were supporting the Mexican-American War and slavery. He was thrown into jail for the night where he wrought his famous essay, Civil Disobedience, which was later published. Although I don't agree with Henry for not paying his taxes, and I believe that he fought an internal war against mental illness (he may have had mental illnesses as demonstrated from him living in isolation from the world for two years, having issues with authority. Both of these are signs of schizophrenia) I have to say that the man was a hero in one aspect.
He then simply moved the money between Chase Bank and a U.K. corporation called Madoff Securities International Ltd., (both claim to have known zero knowledge to any wrongdoings of Bernard). Closer to his arrest, he got desperate and started to solicit and sometimes threaten clients for more deposits. Not only were several investors out millions of dollars after the arrest, but several organizations lost their donation money due to Madoff unethical decisions. Many people lost their life savings due to the fall-out. Several family members became under attack and tragically Madoff’s son committed suicide.