Updike is able to communicate such in the final two lines of the fourth stanza, saying “His hands are and fine and nervous on the lug wrench./ It makes no difference to the lug wrench though”. The first of the two lines suggest that Flicks hands are tempered for something requiring more dexterity, like basketball. In a sense this skill is wasted on something like a lug wrench which does not discern, as stated in line two, between the prowess of its user. However the empathetic tone does not merely gain its value from the readers pity, but through its relatable nature. To be forgotten or to be insignificant like Flick is relatable because such a fate can easily fall onto others.
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Using the article entitled “10 Key Elements of a 'Green IT' Strategy” written by Simon Mingay found in file 10_key_elements_green_ITstrategy.pdf summarize and create a powerpoint presentation of all key elements outlined to be presented by the directors and board members of X Company Ltd. In doing so, use the following to complete your presentation. Please note that you are free to be creative and not be limited to this: [60 Marks] a. The presentation should be relevant, well organized, summarized and clear.  b.
Steinbeck has mentally and emotionally on purpose created two completely opposite characters. We get the sense that George is a parental figure towards Lennie as when George asks Lennie, do you remember where we’re going now? Lennie “looked startled and then in embarrassment hid his face against his knees”, ” I forgot again”. This enables us to understand Lennie’s obliviousness, he doesn’t even remember where he’s going, and he must follow George as though he is his ‘daddy’. Although Lennie is ashamed of his self and ‘embarrassed’ as he “hid his face against his knees”, he has respect for George and is sorry to disappoint him.
GCSE English Literature for AQA Specification A resource sheets Heroes Robert Cormier Activities by Tony Childs © Harcourt Education Limited, 2006 The following pages consist of teacher’s notes and classroom support sheets for Heroes by Robert Cormier. These resources are to help students who are studying Heroes as part of the AQA GCSE English Literature specification. These pages can be freely downloaded and printed out as required. This material may be freely copied for institutional use. However, this material is copyright and under no circumstances can copies be offered for sale.
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You don’t think you’re... a little on the small side’ the Baron asked gently. Will bit his lip. He had all but convinced himself that if he wanted this badly enough, if he believed in himself strongly enough, he would be accepted—in spite of his shortcomings. ‘I haven’t had my growing spurt yet, sir,’ he said desperately ‘everybody says that.’ The Baron rubbed his bearded chin with thumb and forefinger as he considered
In William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, Simon epitomizes a christ figure by striving for humane treatment and the natural goodness on the island. Simon features distinct shyness and sensitivity that differs from all the other boys on the island. His humbleness displays throughout the book, “Simon’s effort fell about him in ruins; the laughter beat him cruelly and he shrank away defenseless to his seat.”(89) When his ideas are rejected he options not to fight, yet to forget about the disrespect and accept the status quo. He behaves kindly to the littluns by providing friendship and offers them fruit to eat. This nurses them out of the fear they possess by being trapped on the island without their parents and support.
His father on the other hand is not a hard character to describe, as we do not get to know a lot about him, he does though say, “You home already son?” when Dukwane barge in at home asking if his letter has arrived instead of just saying “yes”. Also the picture we are given by how the daddy looks he does not look very kind “As he looked at his father sat there, his bottom shirt button open and exposing his belly overhanging his trousers” this makes the father seem like a fat, good for nothing type of guy. The short story takes a turn for the worse when Dukwane is going home after closing up at HFC (Holy Fried Chicken), after his good friend Jermaine has already gone home. Dukwane is about to walk home when all of a sudden a boy runs and falls toward him after being chased by a gang, Dukwane as the person he is tries to help, here we get a good example of his kindness and again how he wants to do good, but he ends up getting stabbed. In the story it is unknown if he is stabbed in the stomach or in the back but I causes his vertebra to be separated and therefor he loses his ability to walk, and the doctors do not