Literary Analysis of Generational Differences in Mississippi Trial, 1955 Mississippi Trial, 1955 by Chris Crowe is set in Greenwood Mississippi in the 1950’s. It is written on events around the abduction and the murder of Emmitt Till, a black young teenager. Trial of Emmitt’s murder through generational differences of Hiram, Grampa and Hiram’s dad Harlan. Grampa Earl Hillburn is Hiram’s favorite person in the world. Grampa does not like black folks.
Have you ever read the book Mississippi Trial 1955? If you haven’t you should. In the book Mississippi Trial 1955 the author Chris Crow portrays the horrible hate crimes against African American’s. In this book the author talks about a young African American boy named Emmett Till from Chicago that went down to Greenwood, Mississippi to visit his uncle Mose Wright. Everything was fine for Emmett until he met RC Rydell which shoved fish guts up Emmett’s nose and mouth.
Malek trains Joss in learning how to track vampires and while Joss is training to stay awake for 3 days he falls asleep. After Joss awakes he follows a blood trail finding Malek's body ripped to shreds by a vampire. Kat is Joss's best friend/girlfriend who he met while he was at the train station she was being hunted down by a vampire. Kat knows more than she lets on she knows that where she is a vampire slayer training camp. Sirus is Kat's father who is the care taker of the vampire camp.
His great grandmother's step brother was kidnapped by the Indians in Texas when he was a young child. His great uncle was forever affected by his time spent with the Indians. Upon his uncles return to his family, he never again slept indoors and later in his life even left his home to live a solitary life in a cave. Scott Zesh, was naturally intrigued by his ancient ancestor and began a search to find out more about his great uncle. He started to ask around and was disappointed to find out that his family didn't recall much about his great uncle.
The other man was Hugh Glass who was attacked by a bear and crawled one Hundred miles to saftey from the grand valley all of the way to the Missouri river. Each tale filled with different obstacles and hard ships. Well since it is two stories I chose the one story I liked better. This is from the story of John Colter "He came out of the mountains and staggered into the sea of grass that lead to Fort Manuel Lisa. he limped as he walked with the sun hot on his neck.
He also liked to sit with Flag holding him and tell him about his day, his adventures, everything. Jody showed a sense of responsibility by helping his family to survive in the backwoods of Florida. Jody went hunting for foxes one night to keep them from eating their corn crops. When his father was sick, Jody would work on the fields by himself. He would go out in the rain with his father to gather as many crops as they could to keep their family from going hungry.
Old Yeller by Fred Gipson Old Yeller is a story set in the wild frontier of Texas in the late 1860s. A boy named Travis met a stray dog called Old Yeller which stole his family’s food and at first thought it was a rascal. However, Travis grew to care for Old Yeller after he saved Travis’ little brother Arliss from a raging she-bear. Old Yeller proved to be a great asset, helping Travis and his family fend off wild animals on several occasions. Tragically, Old Yeller died at the end of the story due to a plague.
Dill’s imagination is wild as well. He tells enormous lies and conducts unlikely stories; he often tries to be some thing he isn’t. “ Having been bound in chains and left to die in the basement by his new father, who disliked him, and secretly kept alive on raw field peas by a passing farmer who heard his cries for help, Dill worked himself free by pulling the chains from the wall. Still in wrist manacles, he wandered two miles out of Meridian where he discovered a small animal show and was immediately engaged to wash the camel. He traveled with the show all over Mississippi until his infallible sense of direction told him he was in Abbott County, Alabama, just across the river from Maycomb.
One particular Saturday night Jim decides to go to town and is meets his local farmer who tells him he found a slaughtered calf's remains with Jim's brand upon the hide. Jims starts worrying about his herd so he goes to check it out. After he sees everything is all good, he goes back home but finds another horse tethered in his barn. He immediately grabs his gun and sneaks in the house but finds Jelka in bed with one of her cousins. In a rage, Jim shoots Jelka' cousin in the head and runs out of the room and rides away into the night.
To sum it up it is a story about a little mischievous boy named Max who causes trouble of all sorts and one night Max’s mother is so fed up she sends him to bed with no super. That night Max’s room turns into a jungle and Max takes a small wooden boat “through night and day and in and out of weeks and almost over a year to where the wild things are.” Once he gets to where the wild things are he sees monsters of all sorts. He tames the beast by looking into their eyes, and by doing this he becomes king of the wild things. Max and the wild things play freely in the jungle, but soon Max grows tired and hungry so then he sends the wild things off to bed with no super as well. He then finds himself very lonely homesick.