How could they do this? I had a class about the last question. Who could actually go into a room and commit a crime of massacre in a school of people that you know and have grown up with? Most of our class thought that they couldn’t ever get enough anger to do anything even remotely as bad, but when you actually think about it, if you had no friends and where made fun of all the time. It looked like your parents, teachers, and even all your own piers where against you.
They said they had no clues about Dylan's mental state and regretted not seeing that he was suicidal.” Although Harris’ parents knew their son had a problem they had no idea he was planning such an event, they assumed he was dealing with what most typical teenagers deal with during that time of life. At no point would a parent mistake teenage rebelliousness for plans to become a mass murderer. Harris was a smart and manipulative child who was able to fool his own parents.
Juliet actually "angry" with Romeo after he suicide because he didn't left her even a drop of poison ("Drunk all, and left no friendly drop To help me after ?") and people thought that this will encourage teenagers to suicide because of false love. 3. Do you agree with the banning? I do not agree with the banning, although I do think it doesn't fit to an Elementary school or Jr. High, because of the hard language (I had really hard time figuring what some vocabulary is), although I wouldn't disallow students to read it, if they think they can, or willing to put as much effort as it takes to fully understand the book, I would allow and even recommend it.
The police however, did not approve of Mr. Ross’ ads. They believed that for Mr. Ross to agree to pay for any information for the mystery would condone even more behaviors of such. Even so, contact was established by the kidnappers soon after the ad was put out. The letter told Mr. Ross that his son will be safe as long as he pays a la... ... middle of paper ... ...reabouts and there are two main theories. The more optimistic approach to what happened to the young Charlie Ross is that nothing occurred to him and he got to live well into an elder age, not knowing the horrors that occurred to him at such a young age.
So he asked his parents about it and they would not give him any detail so he went on an adventure to find out what it really was. Bruno was a very interesting character too. He made you wonder what was going to happen next. Bruno wasn't a bad person , he was really just an innocent little boy from Berlin who got dragged into in death because of his fathers choices. He has a tense relationship with his family, especially since they moved.
Usually, Jake was very straightforward with his thoughts speech, and actions (Hinkle, 13). Jake even told many people, mostly his friends, to “go to hell,” once to Mike, and even twice to Cohn (Hinkle, 13). Jake was crude in his speech and did not seem to care of his personal appearance to others. In the beginni... ... middle of paper ... ...f making it worse. Works Cited • Bloom, Harold "Plot Summary of The Sun Also Rises."
He had been a likable young boy, and people in the town had thought highly of him. This is evident from his relationship with adults like the widow and the judge. Jim even tells him 'I'uz powerful sorry you's killed, Huck, but I ain't no mo, now'. (1292) Based on Huck's consistent concern for others, it is likely that he would have written home to inform them that he was still alive if it had not been for his situation with Jim. However, he does not want to risk doing anything that might get Jim captured, so he writes no letter.
School violence, is an issue that is hard to deal with. There are things that may be done to decrease it but it does not seem like it will ever go away. Parents send their children to school to learn, to have fun, to pass notes, and to meet new people, not to be shot at and never have the chance to come home ever again. They should not have to think or be afraid of sending their child to school and never seeing them. Last year one of the worst school shootings took place at Columbine High School.
Holden’s family problems, his hypocritical attitude, and his admiration of innocence demonstrate that society expects too much from teenagers because society doesn’t consider each individuals home life. It also shows that schools are not empathetic for students’ problems, even if they affect their school work and education. Every single school Holden attended expelled him, despite this his parents did not choose to notice the reason behind his expulsions, poor mental health. His parents solution was to simply enroll him into a new school after each expulsion. The novel The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D.
They may have been created in the mind of the next president or Bill Gates that the world will never know because of some injustice that the child encountered during his/her days of high school. Also, the families of suicide victims undergo tragic emotions that can never really be fixed. The family will always wonder what they could have done to rectify the situation. In all cases, suicide doesn’t solve any of the problems it is meant to; instead it makes the situation worse.