Schaffner conveyed Cooper's instructions to the cockpit; when she returned, he was wearing dark sunglasses. Later that night he is imforfed that his needs habe been met and the plane will land and his needs will be met in exchange for all passangers. Once he has the money and the parachutes he redirects the plane now being flown by a minimal crew twords newmexico ordering all of them to remain in the cocpit. This man will later jump off that not using the parachutes given to him by the fbi in the exchange, but he takes the civilin set of parachutes instead. Somewere along that flight mr cooper will jump from the plane with 20,000 more dollars than he origanoly boarded it with.
When a passenger with an accent tried to alert the co-pilot in the cockpit, the co-pilot became alarmed and notified air traffic controllers, according to a recording of the radio exchange from LiveATC.net. “The captain has disappeared in the back, and I have someone with a thick foreign accent trying to access the cockpit right now, and I’ve got to deal with this situation,” the co-pilot said. Indianapolis-based Chautauqua Airlines, which operates the flight for Delta, said the pilot had decided to take a bathroom break about 30 minutes from LaGuardia after controllers told the crew to expect to be in a holding pattern. The sole flight attendant on board had entered the cockpit when the captain left because security rules require two crew members in the cockpit at all times. The Embraer 145 commuter jet was carrying 14 passengers.
Pop Essay 6 Schools give a person the foundation to be a discerning thinker. Academic institutions encourage us to think outside the box however the advancement of technology is making us lazy. We are becoming more and more impatient in looking for answers. The advancement of technology as Neil Postman puts it is creating decadence in society. We are gradually becoming unable to know right from wrong and Postman believes that we are amusing ourselves to death because we do not even know why and refuse to ask why which Postman sees as a problem in society.
This change of theme from love to violence, acts like a twist in tale. The audience will be aroused by curiosity. They will be engrossed in the play once again, and will wait to see how this fight will affect the rest of the play. This is very crucial as back then, the audience could leave the theatre when they got bored. Shakespeare definitely didn’t want this to happen.
However, what the novel fails to reveal is the answer to the deeming question “why?” Although this may be Cain’s way of allowing his readers to interpret the novel on an individual level, it seems to instead lead his readers down a path of misunderstanding and forced assumptions. For example, Phyllis initiates a dialogue between her and Walter, “‘Do you understand me Walter?’ ‘No.’ ‘Nobody could.’ ‘But we’re going to do it?’ ‘Yes, we’re going to do it’’’ (19). In this dialogue, Walter and Phyllis are confirming that they will follow through with their plan. Cain makes it obvious that Walter does not understand where Phyllis is coming from in her insistence of this plan and yet for reasons that are unclear to readers, Walter is still involving himself in the crime. The dialogue of a story is an important part of characterization because it allows the readers to see into the characters minds and examine their motivations.
With the use of short-syllabled words, the feeling of fear is intensified, and it engages the readers, making us want to read on. In line 5-6, the identity of the shadow is revealed. Harwood finishes the first stanza by stating that the protagonist feels the shadow’s “pulse is [theirs], who goes sleepless and is not spent”. Here Harwood implies who, or what, the shadow is to the protagonist: their “alter ego” – the other personality. It seems as though the protagonist has found who they were seeking, yet they
Again, the effect is to entice the audience into reading further into the story. Already, when Mrs. Wynnes beckons her servant with the slightest gesture the reader begins to speculate what is happening, but when the “boy’s eyes widen” and he flees “quickly” the reader unavoidably realizes that something frightful is materializing. The way Gardner utilizes contrast in the paragraph from “slight” to “quickly” instantaneously captures the reader’s attention and keeps the story flowing with visual
The more you are, in being, the less you know…” What can be taken out of this statement is that people who have an intense desire to know what is true are highly likely to miss what they are looking for. This concept belies the relationship between John and May. Benoit brings many examples of places in the story where May gives John clues to her love for him, and in an attempt to decipher her “coded message,” he ignores her message altogether. One such example Benoit brings from the text is when May tells John directly: “I am with you, don’t you see?” As she makes this statement, she attempts to lure him by revealing herself before him. But instead of listening to her words, as one would expect from someone who is seeking some sort of signs of what his future will be, he instead tries to figure out what was being represented by her showing, thus missing the whole point of the interaction.
At this point flight 11 was headed south to the heart and soul of New-York. Also at this period of time Ben Stanley head of base had just gotten word about this highjacking from the flight attendant Betty Ong. Many were making calls home saying goodbye not knowing that this was only the beginning. 5 hijackers, 3 stabbed all in the blink of an eye. Around 8am Eastern Time the plane flew into the WORLD TRADE CENTER, and the fighter planes were one step behind.
This new event come to reduce Macbeth’s anxiety but increase his hesitation: his speech is full of opposition and wonderings « Cannot be ill, cannot be good [..] why do I yield to that suggestion ». Macbeth, after having known his future according to the prophecy, seems not sure about his feelings his ambition and cannot dissociate bad and good. He is self satisfied of his new position but he was also with the older position; so that uncertainty, created by the witches’ prophecy, makes him uncomfortable. Lady Macbeth, after having read his husband’s letter informing her about the witches’ prophecy and its partly reliability, saw her passion and lust come into play; she is sure about the prophecy effectiveness and seem ready for nothing in order to make those predications true. First she doubt of her husband’s ambition and rigorousness and she’s afraid of