His meeting with Sara results in violence when he kills the three Federals who stole her pig and trashed her house. Whilst being ashamed of the killings he is able to deal with having the following thoughts, "Inman decided to view what was before him in this context: next to the field in front of the sunken road at Fredericksburg or the accumulated mess at the bottom of the crater, this was nothing. At either place he had probably killed any number of men more satisfactory in all their attributes than this Eben. Nevertheless, he figured this might be a story he would never tell." (Page 306) As the war draws on he becomes disillusioned with the idea of patriotism and longs only to return home to Cold Mountain as he finds his surroundings to be vile compared to his homeland.
But they were too scared that Injun Joe would come back for revenge if they told the people in the town what happened. The whole town went to the graveyard the next day, because Dr. Robinson was found dead there. Tom and Huckleberry went too. When they arrived there they also saw Muff Potter. A man who lived near the graveyard told them that it was Potter, who did it.
When they’re looking for the safe of Mr. Clutter, they find out that there isn’t any safe in the office of Mr. Clutter. They decide to tie the family up and kill them. Dick doesn’t dare to pull the trigger so Perry has to do the dirty work. Dick first was planning to rape Nancy Clutter, but Perry kept him from doing that. People who are sexually obsessed make him mad.
Mr. Chooksberry starts a fire and kills two men. Marshal Dillon Speaks with him and still puts him to bed. Chooksberry went to trial due to his daughter speaking on his behalf Chooksberry was a Pawnee. In There was never a Horse Marshal Dillon was backed down in a saloon by Mr. Ken Creed he is purposefully letting everyone know that he made the Marshal back down. Matt Dillons sense of self-reliance is that In Sutler he took it upon himself to gather information and created roadblocks along the route to and from the fort in order to catch Dale.
Warden Norton has Guard Hadley murder Tommy, saying he was trying to escape and put Andy in solitary confinement. While in solitaire Andy dreamed of living in a Mexican town. He shares this dream with his friend Red, but Red ignores him because he thinks Andy is suffering from delusions. Andy tells Red if he ever get free, to go visit a specific place near Buxton to look for a special package. One day at roll call the guards found Andy's cell ... ... middle of paper ... ...
“We’ll keep along the sands. Then if he comes, we’ll do our dance again” Jack had planned to kill Ralph, just like they killed Simon in their dance, if he meddled with his plans. Piggy just happened to be the one who interfered with Jack’s plans. Jack’s followers listened to what he said, and Roger rolled the rock at Piggy, killing him. Jack never really cared for Piggy from the start.
They then started arguing on the fact that the old man said that this young boy yelled that he was going to kill his father out to the whole neighborhood and how that was highly unlikely. Juror 5 then changes his vote to not guilty. Juror 11 then questions why the boy would come back to the scene after he killed his father. Juror 11 felt like it wouldn’t have been possible that he would go back to the scene because he heard somebody scream and he was calm enough to not leave fingerprints and clean up evidence. Juror 11 then changes his vote to not
While on Death Row, Hickock planned to escape and leave Perry for dead. On page 263, Hickock describes how he would escape by creating a “shiv” and live in hiding “alone”. Dick did not care that he had ruined the lives of Perry, the remaining family members of the Clutter family, or the whole town of Holcomb. He created so much distrust and sadness among a whole community as they had lost the well-respected Clutter family. Hickock also was willing to fully allow Smith to be viewed as a cold-blooded killer who had no help in the murders.
To Kill a Mockingbird The theme of these two chapters is that Dill, and Jem wanted to go to the Radely house to get a peep at Boo Radely through the blinds. Scout feels uneasy about it but despite Jem’s wishes refuses to go home. He gets shot at with a gun while trying to escape. He lost his pants while escaping and when he went back to get them they where laid out on the fence like they where expecting Jem to come back. The next day every body was talking about it, they all thought Mr. Radely shot at a black man but missed.
He's my father!)" (2176). Upon hearing the hiss of someone accusing his father of burning barns, Sarty feels "the old fierce pull of blood" and is blindly thrust into a fight, only to be physically jerked back by his father's hand and his cold voice ordering him to get in the wagon. As the Snopes' family leaves town, Sarty consoles himself with the hope that this will be the last time his father commits the act that he cannot bring himself to even think of : "Maybe he's done satisfied now, now that he has" (2177). Deep down, Sarty knows his father is not going to end his destructive rampage.