This introduction had nothing to do with the plotline other than the flying shark and if I could change anything about this movie and make it my way, I would completely erase the ship-scene; the terrible entrance forewarned me that this would be a long one and a half hours with the already terrible acting and animation. Moments after the business man was eaten by the flying shark, we were flown over one of my favorite cities that I have never been to, Los Angeles. Surfer and bar owner Fin was determined to rescue his family after the hurricane and shark attacks began to become a major catastrophe, so he leaves his destroyed bar and takes off in sight for Beverly Hills with his friends Baz and Nova. Long story short, everyone that was part of the storyline dies except for Fin, Nova, Claudia (Fin’s Daughter), April (Fin’s Ex-Wife), and Matt (Fin’s Son). The movie ends in a rather disturbing, yet cute, sort of way.
IX. The House of Death Floats By (pg 47) Young birds “flying a yard or two at a time and lighting” is a sign of rain later on, according to Jim’s conversation with Huck (45). The three or four foot deep flood sends houses afloat so Huck and Jim dig through them for supplies and one night, they found a dead man in the house and takes everything worthy from the house, paying no attention to the corpse. X. What Comes of Handling Snake-skin (pg 52) Jim told Huck that touching snake skin causes bad luck and Huck decides to trick Jim with a dead rattlesnake but ends up causing Jim a snake bite that takes “four days and nights” to heal.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge uses narrative perspectives to tell the story in The Rime of The Ancient Mariner particularly the Mariner and his shipmates. In the beginning of Part II the shipmates scold the Mariner for killing the albatross “ah wretch! Said they, such birds to slay that bring the fog and mist.” At this point the shipmates view the albatross as a good luck omen believing that the Mariners actions have caused the mist and so curse him. However the perspectives of the shipmates shift instantly upon the change in the weather. As the mist clears, the shipmates praise the Mariner “Twas right they say, such birds to say, that bring the fog and mist” and decide that the albatross is in fact a bad luck omen.
Fearing that the serpent would once again try to steal the plant from him, Gilgamesh decides the only way to keep the plant safe is to kill the serpent. Gilgamesh drops the plant in the water near the boat and waits for the serpent to sense its bait. After sensing the plant, the serpent rushes to the surface to capture the plant, but is met by Gilgamesh’s axe which he strike the serpent in the forehead, ending the serpents life in agonizing pain and shame. After resting for the night, Gilgamesh and Urshanabi continue their voyage to Uruk. After reaching Uruk, Urshanabi gives his final goodbye to Gilgamesh, and leaves once more to the ocean.
As Odysseus is sailing away he yells his true name back to the island and Polyphemus prays to his father Poseidon to take a vengeance on Odysseus. Odysseus brought hardship upon himself when he yelled his name back to Polyphemus. Because Odysseus angered Poseidon and brought the gods wrath down upon himself and his men, he lost all of his remaining soldiers who were traveling home to Ithaka with him. This was a total of twelve ships full of men. Many of whom would have survived the trip if not for the choices that Odysseus made.
A. go in the opposite direction B. ask God for more time before going C. go immediately as God had said 3. The men on the ship threw Jonah overboard because _____. A. the ship was too heavy B. they discovered Jonah was the cause of the storm C. their false god demanded it 4. When the sailors threw Jonah overboard _____. A. the storm stopped B. their ship went immediately to land C. they died because of what they had Done 5.
Kate Experienced the sight of her love die right infront of her. And who killed love, ( Sam the owner of Mary Lou the dokey) Well it was Trout Walker and he even shot the help less donkey Mary Lou. Now kate is in confusoin and despair, so she killed trout. After that kate was called “Kissin Kate” because she kissed a African-American man (Sam) She just cant get the death of
The hurricane hits the Outer Banks, and a ship sunk and was drowning. There were people in the ship, and the surf men rescued a baby boy, his mother, and two other sailors. Nathan’s realize that he could never be able to do what the surf men were doing, but he helped the baby and the injured sailor because he learned what to do in the medical books. Name of protagonist: Nathan, Mr. Etheridge, Mr. Meekins, Mr.Pugh, Mrs.Gardiner Conflict: The conflict of the story is that the surf men went rescued sailors whose ship sunk and were drowning in a storm, but it was hard to save them. Resolution: The resolution is that surf men could save everybody from the ship and Nathan helped the rescuers thanks to what he learned from the medical books.
The poisons will kill fish and the reef in which the fish live because there is no precise way to deliver it. The fishermen will dump the poison on the water in a likely spot and catch what floats up. The problem with poison is that it does not choose what it kills, so it kills reefs and poisons the area for new generations, then the fishermen go on to another area to repeat the destruction. [ (Coral Reef Destruction and Coversation) ] 2. Red is the endangered areas In image 2, the most endangered reefs are in areas that are considered “Third World”, where populations have limited access to education.
In the beginning lines, the speaker tells of the limitless suffering, sorrow, and pain and his long experience in various ships and ports, but never explains exactly why he is driven to take to the ocean. The speaker then goes on to tell about conditions that affect both his physical body (his feet) and his spiritual sense of worth (his heart). This portrays a sense of grief to start out the poem. Around line twenty-five the tone changes to pessimistic. The speaker explains the loneliness of being on the sea and expects a bad outcome.