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.
This, however, is not the case. All Bruno sees is : “crowds of people sitting together in groups, staring at the ground, looking horribly sad” (page 207) This image is a stark contrast to what Bruno expected to see. Bruno envisioned the people in the camp to be having fun, playing school games and that the huts would be filled with happy families. This however, is not the case, and the only people that Bruno sees happy are the soldiers, who are clearly abusing the Jews. 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.
Darl is also brings humiliation for Anse because other townsfolk are always talking about Darl and how strange he is. His parents aren’t the only ones who have a troubled relationship with Darl. Jewel absolutely hates his brother Darl. Darl frequently torments his younger brother giving reason for Jewel to shun Darl. Dewey Dell hates Darl because she can’t keep any secrets from him, because he can look at her and know what she’s hiding.
In another case, Paul is seen trying to save the life of an enemy that he has stabbed, he fails but his efforts shouldn’t be forgotten. His friends refer to him as a hero, and he neglects this title and all the medals. Paul doesn’t like war and what it represents, to him, war is the real evil. The government forcing people into war, without giving them a choice is evil War can easily turn any person into a hero. Corporal Himmelstoss was an average polite postman before being drafted into World War I, not soon after he became a bully.
He hides his snacks from everyone, even the people closest to him. This type of confession symbolizes how selfish Tub is. His whole life was about how he could hide his food addiction from everyone and have an excuse for his weight. I believe that Tub was jealous that his friend Frank was with Kenny more and that they would both gang up on him to tease him. Since he wanted to have Frank all to himself again he shot Kenny, and they are now hauling him around in the wrong direction until he
Of course then Piggy was killed. This was another mistake because of many things; first of all, Piggy was a voice of reason for all of the boys on the island, even if they never really listened to him. He was very smart and resourceful. Without him the boys just became more uncivilized and ended up setting the whole island on fire to try and kill Ralph. It is also important to realize that you don’t just kill people because you feel like it, because in a civilized culture there are consequences for those types of
He didn’t care what they thought of him because he knew already that almost everyone in Maycomb spreads terrible rumors about him so he was fearless. “Don’t let the fear get down in you break out of it to repair yourself.” (Unknown author) This quote relates to Boo and kind of what he believes in since he repaired himself by showing
Naturally Violent “People are Violent because they are born that way.” Modern writers often speak of people native to violence. Although these three stories disproves that mankind is born evil, in Ralph Ellison’s “A Party Down at the Square” says the white narrator does not like the racism but will approve of it because his family and the environment revolved around him is indeed racist. “Invisible Man” also by Ralph Ellison, the Invisible man was always seeing the bright side of everything but as he grew older nobody noticed him so he turned evil, he understood that no one will ever see him the way he wants to be seen. “The Destructors” By Graham Greene, this also disproves the statement of all mankind are born evil because it shows
While he entered the school hoping to achieve high grades and befriend many new people, his actions caused grief and guilt. Rooming at the school with his best friend Phineas, Gene becomes jealous of his very own friend. Finny’s perfect nature, athleticism, and ability to shrug off life all seemed crazy to Gene. The author characterizes Gene as a goodie two shoes; always following the rules and attempting to exceed in academics. The protagonist’s affection for his friend soon transformed into hate and spite.
“All he wanted to do was to get him and his sister safely home’” (275). Certainly, everyone is shocked to see Boo come out publicly and facing everyone, especially, finding out that he has done a lot to save Jem and Scout. But Heck Tate knows what Boo did was not anything serious because Boo is just so concerned about the children's safety that he risks himself getting out of the house, making a public appearance just so he can rescue the