He taught the small town that people must do the right thing even when nobody is watching and they must follow what they know is right no matter who it is or what they tell you. In this case Inman knew the preacher was a hypocrite, so he took care of the issue. There were many signs that told him he shouldn’t intervene but Inman was strong willed and knew the right thing to do. He also walked away in the dead of night knowing the town wouldn’t know his name or who helped them, and because of that he won’t be remembered by his name but by his actions. What he did sent a bigger message; you shouldn’t have to receive acclamation for an act in order to do the right thing, rather you should do the right thing all the time, every time, even if nobody is around to see it.
Pyle’s perception is that he is confident Phuong will go for him but in reality she picks Fowler. Fowler has a constant fear of losing love as he perception has lead him to leave established relationships in the past. He is appealed by Phuong as she gives him the sense of security, the feeling “she won’t run away from home so long as the home is happy (pg 104).” Pyle perceives that he has to suffer a lot in giving up Phoung. “I know what I’d have to suffer if I had to give up Phuong” said Pyle which shows that the truth often becomes a matter of perception rather than reality to Pyle as he thinks she will chose him rather than Fowler. Another example is shown in the book “The Secret River” by Kate Grenville where the Australians declared Australia as “Terra Nullius” meaning empty land
In such a difficult circumstance, it is very difficult to make a decision, that too a decision that would be purely right or purely wrong. Just judging broadly on Amir’s decision on not helping Hassan, I think he made a mistake. I believe that he should have helped out Hassan because Hassan has been devoted to Amir all his life whereas Amir took his companionship for granted. Another reason why I think Amir didn’t make a wise decision is because generally if you see something that is wrong you must do something about it even if the person involved is one that you’re not fond of. Hassan grew up with a very particular role in life.
TT [Lennie holds George back, but George cares so much for Lennie that he’s willing to overcome the challenges.] Lennie has issues, he can’t help it, but it’s real hard on George. When George gets really agitated from Lennie he doesn’t mean to yell, but he can’t help it. It hurts Lennie, he once told George that he “should go away and leave [George] alone,” that he “could go off in the hills” and “some place [he’d] find a cave” (12). T1 [George felt bad hearing his best friend say that, as much as that would get rid of George’s challenges, he cares too much for Lennie to lose him] George’s agitation might harm Lennie, but George has to ventilate his anger somehow.
What she finds is evidence that the man she knows as Brandon is really a woman named Teena Brandon. Candice is distraught but doesn’t say anything. Then she gets drunk and tells John, who has resented Brandon/Teena all this time because of he loves Lana. He confronts Brandon/Teena at Lana’s. Tom and John end up taking Brandon/Teena to the bathroom and pulling her pants down to prove she’s not a “man.” They force Lana to look.
As the book progresses we come to learn that Lennie wouldn’t be able to live without George due to the constant reminder of things and the need to be reminded to stay out of trouble. George is also harsh, mean and very stern towards Lennie, however, it is also very evident that George never left Lennie despite his life would have mean much easier without him. When Lennie and George arrive in the brush, we straight away gather that there is a leader, follower relationship that occurs between the two. However as we read further we get to understand the relationship between the two and how much of an impact George has on Lennie and even the other way around. It becomes clear that Lennie is very childlike and needs constant supervision.
But during the plan Montag could not hold in his anger by shouting "'Shut up!'" towards Faber and the ladies (Bradbury 98). Montag despised the women who did not care about life in general because the women ignored Montag. He jeopardized the plan that Faber came up with and ended up betraying Faber. After, while Montag was igniting his house, Beatty claimed, "When you're quite finished, you're under arrest" (Bradbury 111).
They day he hit Sally, his tall English girl who had cared for him during his recovery, was the day that would change Morgan’s and Angus’s life. The act of physically abusing the woman who had loved him through the pain, had cared for him through it all, caused both of the English women to leave and the creation of the lie that would be “their story” was born. Whether Angus was actually coherent during this episode of aggression, he caused both himself and Morgan anguish – Morgan losing his Frances when he had done nothing wrong, but she left with her friend anyways. Morgan, not wanting Angus to feel responsible for their loss, made up the lie that he would repeat to Angus over and over. Their lives are ruled by myths and rituals until the day when Angus finally began to remember the truth… In a way, he can’t be fully accountable for his actions post injury.
“ Well miss, it sounds ungrateful, but I can’t deny I should welcome a little outing once, before I get too old to enjoy it” because like Mr Loveday said the very next sentence, “ I expect we all have our secret ambitions” we as humans all have our little dirty secrets which we dare not speech of and neither realize them if our time has not come. The time for Mr.Loveday to realize his ambition has come when he is let out of “ his world” . He is always a good person when being kept within his circle but he does wrong when he has a chance to do wrong . Therefore, we should try keep people within their community so that they can show their best.Never let them out of place othewise we have to pay. Second, The “ outside” world is full of insanity.Judging by the common sense, Mr Loveday is a mad man in our normal world .
He describes him like a thin, pale, indefinite wraith. There is a part of Charlie that feels uncomfortable, or unsafe because he can’t look for safety with both of his parents. Also his father’s dislike and indefinite movements made Charlie a little scared. He never new where he was, and sometimes it was in the middle of the night. In spite of that, he can still see some things they have in common, and Charlie’s love for his father is not seen until his father is in a difficult situation.