He was provided with three special tools and they were gloves to protect his hands, a lead pipe to knock the "demons" unconscious, and an ax named "Otis" to "destroy" them. Fenton goes into rebuff, refusing to accept their father ... ... middle of paper ... ...FBI badge. The last scene of this movie is of Hull visiting the office of the local sheriff, who is revealed to be Adam Meiks, but Hull does not recognize him. Meiks learns from Hull that his brother killed an FBI agent and several others. However, Meiks congratulates Hull on job well done and knows he's a good man.
After his father’s death, Derek joins forces with Cameron Alexander, played by Stacy Keach. Cameron is an older man who is a Neo-Nazi and he uses Derek to recruit young adults into a new gang called the Disciples of Christ (D.O.C.). The creation of the D.O.C. provides all the white youth of Venice Beach, California to feel a sense of belonging. Just like the young black males were a part of, and protected by, the Crips, the young white ki... ... middle of paper ... ... is the brutality of hate and racism.
Stacey then has to face the humiliation of getting whipped by his mama in front of his class. As usual, TJ doesn't own up to his own and obviously Stacey 'wouldn't tell on ole TJ' because TJ would deny it anyways. TJ is not only thoughtless, he is also quite sly and knows how to get what he wants. This is shown when he teases Stacey about his new coat ... ... middle of paper ... ...he night men come and throw the Averys to the ground, and TJ is beaten up again. Here, we feel genuine sympathy for TJ in the end of the novel, as he is left in jail awaiting trial, with a broken jaw and broken ribs.
Disgruntled and confused, Derek became a leading member in a Neo-Nazi group, which he called the D.O.C. Danny, his young brother, watched, listened, and breathed every word Derek spoke. He too bought into the world of hatred. During the time Derek spent in jail for killing three black burglars, Danny tried to do everything possible so his brother would respect him when he got out. But the time in jail transformed Derek.
Derek, himself was a reformed skinhead, who while incarcerated in prison for manslaughter, learned of the realities of prison life and the hypocrisies that existed in his racial theology. Unable to change his violent past, Derek makes certain upon release to change his younger brother’s direction in life. The next day after he was able to remove both he and his brother from their white-supremist gang, a black gang member in the school bathroom guns down Danny. Although Danny’s death came at such an inopportune time for the family, it seemed to illustrate the director’s vision. The racial tension littered throughout the narrative had to come to head eventually.
Through African-American Review, it will encourage building more African-American leaders, professionals and business people. In the content of the story, death is used as a tool of transformation in the character of Byron. The reader becomes acquainted with Byron as a bully towards students at school and his siblings, a juvenile delinquent –by deeds of a trouble maker, not receptive of authority, not respectful, not a disciplined student; however, a turning point occurs within one week of almost losing his siblings to death. By the conclusion of the story, Byron is not as society classifies him as the typical stereotype of a young African-American male. Fatality trembles him upon witnessing his brother about to die.
The first character from A Separate Peace that lets his evil out is Quackenbush. Quackenbush is the head of the crew team at Devon School. He is always teased and harassed by the other students and consequently, Quackenbush has low self-esteem. He feels that by making fun of Gene, unleashing his inner darkness, that it will make him feel better. For the time being it makes him feel big and important.
He didn’t care what they did as long as they kept it quiet, even if they killed it. At the time, Richard’s image of his father was only when he shouted at them to stop playing; Richard enclosed so much hatred and contempt toward his father that he decided that he would take his words literally and actually kill the cat. He wanted to demonstrate his hatred to his dad without getting in trouble, he wanted to upset him. This exemplifies that Richard’s father created a little murderer inside of Richard or at least turned him into a violent young boy. As Richard grew up, he was turned into a racist boy by his surrounding neighbors and his fellow students at school.
Will is at Mrs. Smythe’s house, his English teacher, a place where he often goes to escape from his family life when he thinks that his ribs hurt because “ Eric hit [him] pretty hard and they’re bruised” (Robinson 17) but this was only because “Eric got hit pretty hard by Dad” (17). This represents the cycle of abuse. Will will continue to be abused until his dad stops abusing his brother. He is trapped in this cycle and in silence because he cannot tell anyone what his dad does to his brother because
Due to Willy’s egotistical nature and the need to feed it with a mistress, his downfall begins in the eyes of Biff. Not only does Willy lose Biff’s respect which is proven when Biff calls him a “phony little fake” (121), but Willy is also too prideful to amend his relationship. This causes Biff to lose his confidence and surrender his dreams of studying at the University of Virginia. As a result of his egotistical nature derived from his pr... ... middle of paper ... ...ives to achieve the wrong things. This furthermore leads to the downfall of Willy and his family, proving that Willy Loman is a tragic hero.