Being kept away from Maycomb all that time eventually made him go mad. One day while Boo was sitting on the living room floor, cutting up The Maycomb Tribune, he carelessly plunged his sharp scissor blades into his father’s leg. That act was obviously a cry for help. Boo then was not taken to an asylum, but was put in the Maycomb jail courthouse basement. He was not in there for too long because Mr.Radley had to bring him back home so he would not die from the mold growth.
Mr. Gamfield, a chimney sweeper attempted to make Oliver his apprentice, but he failed because Oliver begged to the judge not to. One day, Mr. Sowerberry adopted Oliver as his apprentice in his coffin shop. His wife, Mrs. Sowerberry, Charlotte, their maid, and the slave Noah Claypole, again treated him like an animal – gives him the dog’s leftovers, sleeps under the dusty desk, and heard rude things about his mother which he hated the most. He could not stand the situation so he ran away and went to London. He walked for 70 miles, barefooted until his feet were really bruised and swollen.
When Willy arrives, he refuses to listen to Biff, which angers him. Happy tries to get Biff to lie to his father, which Biff slightly does. Willy falls into another flashback hallucination, one in which his son discovers his affair with a potential customer in Boston. From that moment on, Biff had never looked at his father the same. Back in the Lowman residence, Linda scolds her sons for abandoning her father back at the restaurant.
She screams “‘Help, for God’s sake, help!’...fled from the table, and fell into the arms of his father, who came rushing up to her” (18). His mother has asthma, and Gregor is concerned about upsetting her. His father, however, has quite a different reaction. Gregor’s manager flees from the house and his father gets angry. Instead of showing the slightest bit of concern for Gregor, he instead reacts with violence, lashing out at Gregor.
Frank not only rebels back because it was a mistake, but because Griffin has been sleeping with his mother and this gives him a worrying feeling. Frank doesn’t really say much about how he feels about his mother and Griffin having “excitement” but once he looks more through those books at the library, he concludes adultery is a terrible sin. Frankie also gets a job and earns his own money. A man, he thinks himself to be. “Now I have to hand over my wages…I won’t be able to save for my
After the movie, Greg and Rowley soon became paranoid on account of a muddy hand that might kill them, which was in the movie. Unfortunately for Greg, his mother, Susan realises that he and Rowley watched the horror movie after Greg's father told her when he found them sleeping in the bathroom. And then she starts a reading club in which he is the only participant after two days. The reading program, however, is put to a stop when Mr. Jefferson arrives with a huge bill that Greg and Rowley spent on fruit smoothies at the country club, and he forces Greg and Rowley to pay it off. Greg and Rowley decide to do a lawn care service to pay the debt, but they can only make one flyer after Mr. Jefferson told them they cannot use his computer.
Dimitry Dimitrich Gurov a native of Moscow meets the young charming lady, Anna Sergeyenva in Yalta, a famous tourist attraction in Russia. Gurov is trapped in a married life and always seems to run away from it. He is unfaithful to his wife and hates being at home with his family and considers his wife to be of limited intelligence. Anna is also trapped in married life and runs away from it as much as she can. She calls her husband a 'flunkey' and does not even know what he does.
At the same time Paul’s comrade Detering went M.I.A when he came across a cherry blossom on the front lines and was paralyzed with homesickness. Detering was known to be sensitive as he spends most of the book missing his wife and farm back in Oldenburg. He essentially goes crazy and steals the cherry tree and within two days he runs away to never be found again. He walks over the bridge with his military equipment left at home and looks up at the case that holds his butterfly collection. Implying the separation between his youthful virtue and the cold-hearted exterior he attained from the
He stays and listens to the dying man out of pity and also because the soldier asks and begs him not to leave. The soldier, Karl, was adamant that he needed Simon to hear his gruesome story in order to save himself and, more importantly, he needed Simon’s forgiveness to be able to rest peacefully. Simon recognized that Karl was showing true repentance but Simon could not decide if that was enough to forgive him. He also knew that Karl was ignorant, selfish, and a member of the group that had taken away the lives of his friends and family. When Karl finished his story and asked forgiveness from Simon, Simon became psychologically overwhelmed with everything that had happened.
Beka decides to lie about cleaning up the attic when she knows she did not clean it up. Since Beka does not clean up the attic she is dealt with. To make things worse Bill Lamb her father comes from work tired and frustrated and Lilla is complaining about Beka’s “laziness” and ingratitude and “that she lied to me”. As a result Beka’s daddy beats her with the belt as she screams “no daddy!” As she is getting beaten the buckle accidently cuts Beka on the left corner of her mouth. Once again Beka lies and tells her friends that she fallen down the back steps.