His father’s commitments to the community, did not give him much time for his family. That did not stop Elie from looking up to his father who is a respected member of the Jewish community in Sighet. His father thought that Elie was too young to study mysticism, that did not stop him from studying. The relationship between Elie and his father, Chlomo, changed from a normal father and son relationship at the beginning of the book to a very close relationship at the death camp, they were inseparable. They would support each other as to go on living and working, but this relationship transforms as the two go through more and more situations.
But little did he know that he would go to prison for wanting to become a writer. If you were given an opportunity of a lifetime and it was within your grasp, all you had to do was commit a simple task as to transporting some “goods” to the U.S. Would you do it, or would you not. Jack Gantos was a teenager who was dying for a chance to further his education. And with a struggling family in poverty he couldn’t dare ask for tuition for college even if it was his dream. So he followed the wrong crowd of people to make some quick cash.
John Sullivan and Kurt were good friends that were very comfortable with each family. John’s career began at the bottom and rose ever since as much as Kurt has done in this book which was a good look. When Kurt began to realized and get into that he was a manager of safety now, he did not have any experience with it. So when he was talking with his wife Jessica about the inexperience about safety, she was telling him about her father’s friend who Kurt remembered that received a safety award and had a great background in safety, which is the next main character in the story, Sam Rollins. 2 Sam Rollins was the man that Kurt went to for guidance and mentor him about the field.
The other one is a boy named Yuerk, he is older then Jacob. Since Jacob is Jewish they have to change his name so the Nazis don’t find out. Jacob wasn’t too fond of changing his name he liked it. It made him who he was but Alex told him these words “nobody can change who you are but you need to change you’re name to survive” so Jacob’s new name is Genyek. The Roslans are always living on the edge of povierty or just enough food to live.
He even bores into Addie's face, but Cash still does not yell at him and simply mends the holes back. Anse, the father of all the children, does not care much about Cash's work or helpfulness. He at one point even gets in the way of Cash's work and Cash still treats him kindly, "[Anse] goes to the lantern and pulls the propped raincoat until he knocks it down and Cash comes and fixes it back. "You get on to the house," Cash says." Cash then leads his father back to the house and continues to work.
It was in the early 50’s where he first began entwined with the mob. The mob was on a turning point in the early 50’s. Though he never took part in any mob activities, he still gathered money from family that did. He never did any mob dealings because he felt that if he ever needed to gain money or possessions, he would gain them for the benefit of others. “This is my personal favorite characteristic of him, and most likely the smartest decision he ever made in his life.” States my Aunt Jenny about the mobster deals that Da’dooch turns down.
Thus, Cline can employ this theme to strengthen his story while making reality seem the same as the virtual world. At the beginning of the book, friendship may be seen when the readers first enter the OASIS and deeper into the Basement. As Wade describes his relationship with Aech, readers may see that they are best friends through this quote, “He just didn’t want to rub it in…But he never…ridiculed me by offering to loan me a few credits” (39). This demonstrates that Aech and Wade know each other like family without actually every
He illustrates and expresses his love and friendship with Liesel by comparing their dreams with each other as they have both have this in common. It also allows Max to ‘understand that the best standover man I’ve known isn’t a man at all...’, so his friendship with Liesel helps him uncover things he wouldn’t have been able to without her. Furthermore, the message that Zusak is trying send is that friendships can still be made no matter what the circumstances are. In the novel, Zusak shows that regardless of the cruelty and brutality of humanity, beauty can always overcome it somehow. This is evident when Hans gives one of the starving Jewish camp prisoners a piece of bread.
Also it was good for the instructors in teaching students about the judicial branch of the United States. I realized the most precious part in this book was the explanation of every case that lead to many historical key decisions under Marshall Court. I strongly agreed with the very last sentence of the book which was the turning point of the whole meaning the book, “ At his death the Constitution stood firmly as the supreme law of the Union, the Court had become a vital and respected organ of the government, and public anxiety and partisan maneuvering over the appointment of Marshall’s successor was widespread” (Stites
Despite this fact, he continues to see the Rabbi and their relationship remains strong. Similar to his decision about Jackie Robinson, Michael decides that he appreciates the Rabbi as a person, he loves his stories and what he has to teach is very meaningful in life. Even though there are some strong consequences, it’s the boy’s honest opinion and love for the Rabbi that manage to give this story a happy ending. They came from two different worlds, but together they were able to defeat the falcons with a bit of faith and a strong friendship along the way. Racism played a huge part in this message.