He describes himself as cowardly but tries to help Montag. He is also trying to convince Montag to do what he wants. • Mildred Montag: (Empty, Blank) Montag’s wife, she is extremely suppressed, as shown when she is not aware of her own suicide attempt. Her emotions are under heavy lock and key and what is left is an empty shell walking around. • Clarisse: (Curious, thoughtful) A seventeen-year –old girl that Montag met during his walk home.
The judge ordered him to move into his uncle’s home. He finds the Foxman in the isolated woods and becomes friends with him. He was a town boy sent to live on a remote wilderness farm. At first he is unsure of himself and living on the farm but by the end of the story he is a good hunter and trapper. He feels comfortable living the farm life and soon hardly ever thinks about his parents.
He leaves his house one night after dark and as he goes into the woods he “beheld the figure of a man, in grave and decent attire sitting at the foot of an old tree” (391). The man is said to look a lot like Goodman Brown, which could suggest that every person has the capacity to do evil. Hawthorne also implies that the Devil is an embodiment of all of the worst qualities of a man. As they walk through the woods Goodman Brown starts to see people that he has known for his whole life and it makes him question how good these people are. Among them are his old Sunday school teacher, Goody Cloyse whom the Devil reveals is a witch.
Boo's brother, Nathan, who lives in the house, thinks he hears a prowler and fires his gun. The children run away, but Jem loses his pants in a fence. When he returns in the middle of the night to get them back, they have been neatly folded. Other mysterious things happen to Scout, Jem. A certain tree near the Radley house has a hole in which little presents are often left for them.
One late fall afternoon, a man named Rip Van Winkle came home to his farm after a long day at work. His wife began to nag at him because without asking her, Rip brought home a puppy. He leaves his home and begins to walk he land, showing the new pup, Ralph, his boundaries. While walking up a hill he hears a deep voice shouting "Rip! Rip Van Winkle!"
Later, he finds this boy standing in the front of a shop, he seems sad and therefor he offers him to go back home with him. 1. person narrator is used, through the whole story. That gives the reader a stronger relationship to the narrator and this sad story. The narrator has gone through a lot through his life; he has grown up in a trailer park alone with his mother, we are never told where his father is. The narrator also has an uncle, who seems like an alcoholic small time crook.
One evening she attended a party and meet a guy named Casey. They spent that night together and very quickly formed a relationship. Jessica even went against her mother's advice and allowed Casey to watch Ryan in the evenings while she worked. Jessica is not taking care of her self the way she should and Ryan is being neglected by Casey when under his care. When Jessica returns home
The narrator of The Lovely Bones, Susie Salmon, is a normal fourteen year-old girl. She has just received her first kiss and is looking forward to going to high school next year. She is on her way home from school when she is stopped by a man who wants to show her something in the cornfield. Susie thinks she can trust this man because he is a neighbor who knows her parents. Unfortunately, this man, George Harvey, is a serial killer who rapes and murders Susie.
Soon after her fathers death Emily starts to date a much younger man who is in town to work on the sidewalks. His name is Homer Barron, and he is known to enjoy the company of men, but is not the marrying kind. The town is totally against the affair and tries to bring in Emily’s cousins to put an end to their relationship. Next, the story tells how Emily is finally seen outside her home buying rat poison. The town’s people think she is going to kill herself because Homer had put an end to their relationship.
The second part will be about Luckys relationship with his parents and whether or not it was alright that they kicked him out like they did. The third and last part will be about life as an addict. ”Trash Walks” is a short story about a guy named Lucky. He’s only fifteen years old and already an addict. Because of his addiction, he is thrown out of his home by his parents.