We all want to get of this island as soon as possible and in order to do that there are some bigger factors that we need to address before we hunt and play all day. I understand that you all like being here on this island with no parents or any to tell you what to do, but i don't think that we all want to live here forever so. First things first the only way we are going to get off this island is to maintain that signal fire. Without that fire we aren’t ever getting out of here. I understand if you all want to play and hunt all day with Jack, and stay on this island till you die, that's fine
In the book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, one of the characters, Boo Radley, has a specific role. Boo Radley’s role shows us what effect rumors have on people, and how powerful rumors can be. In addition, it teaches us a moral of not believing every rumor that people pass on, because most of the time it's a lie. At the beginning of the book, Scout and Jem, two of the main characters, discuss the rumors that they heard about Boo, what he did, and his family. Boo does not have a positive reputation in his town. Boo doesn’t go out of his house very often , which leads people to make up rumors and spread these untruthful lies to the town. Harper Lee leaves us, the readers, without really knowing who Boo Radley is and whether or not these
Dear Diary, I’ve had to leave my parents because of the war. On the way to safety our plane was shot down. We have landed on an island and have a small group of boys stranded here. Oh how rude of me?! I’m Noah just in case any nutter would find this out here in the middle of nowhere. In case you’d need a description of me I am about 4’8, have brown hair, green eyes, and weigh 93 lbs. When the plane was shot down I went unconscious, after a while I woke to the sound of a high pitched noise. That I later figured out was the conch that Ralph and Piggy have found. After our first meeting we explored some of the island, but I wasn’t allowed to go cause I’m just a littlun even though I’m 8 and a half years old! The older boys went out and caught a pig for us. Jack is the leader of the hunters I like him a lot. He is very deft. I think Ralph is batty to be our leader, but that’s just me. The plane that crashed on the island is known as the scar of the island, because before anyone had been here it had no damage done to it. We have taken a unwanted jeopardy by being stuck here. This is all I have to say for now. I just hope I’ll get back to mum and dad soon…
Isolation is to be unknown and alone from the others that’s around you. Having this trait enables you to carry huge weights of burden on your shoulders because of the helpless feeling that you receive. Isolation does not allow you to live out your life. Isolation traps you in instead. Boo Radley is a criminal that had to live years in isolation and rumors. The Finches, who lived off of rumors just like everyone else, assumes that Boo Radley is just an evil monster. One day, Boo Radley broke out of his isolation to help the Finches when they were in danger. Boo Radley had shown us isolation when he stated, “‘Will you take me home?’ He whispered it, in the voice of a child
This is my 739th day on the island. My hair is past my neck and I have almost lost all hope of ever leaving here. I miss my family and am loosing my emotions. All that matters is surviving. If we do ever get rescued which I doubt, I know I will never be anything like the boy I used to be. My only freedom here is talking to Piggy. Even if I didn’t know him before the crash, I know I have made a brother I would be the biggest train wreck ever if I lost him. About 20 days ago Jack left the group and everyday there are less and less boys. But I’ll always have Piggy. I’m glad Jack isn’t doing anything bad. Day 740. We are doing a pretty good job of keeping it civil. Jack invited us to a barbecue today. . . it would be nice to eat meat
As soon as Sheriff Tate walked into my office I knew something was wrong. As we pulled into my own driveway I saw Calpurnia bounding towards the house. Of course it would be my children out of them all to spot the dumb dog, then freaking out Calpurnia in the process. As Heck and I reached the porch Jem opened up the screen door.
Boo Radley demonstrated personal stewardship toward Jem and Scout discreetly and openly. In the beginning, Boo would leave treasures in the tree for Scout and Jem to find. Without the children's knowledge Boo was watching out for them. Boo covered Scout with a blanket the night of the house fire without being noticed, and Boo saved the children's lives in the end. Boo remained a protector of the children, even though he was aware of their beliefs of himself.
There was a shooting at the Radley place here in Maycomb this week. Three kids Scout and Jem Finch and Dill Harris have always been curious about the Radley House for many years because it has been the mystery of Maycomb. The children decided to go up to the house and take a peek in the window,thinking they will see Boo Radley. Dill Harris said he saw a shadow heading towards Jem Finch. They got frightened once they saw the shadow and ran away quickly. All of a sudden they heard a loud noise,and it was a gun. Mr. Nathan Radley was shooting because he thought the children were a Negro. We know this only because Jem confessed to Atticus Finch.
Set in the town of Maycomb County, this novel describes the journey of two young kids growing up in a small-minded town, learning about the importance of innocence and the judgement that occurs within. The individuals of Maycomb are very similar, with the exception of Arthur “Boo” Radley, the town’s recluse. Boo Radley has never been seen outside, and as a result of this, the children in the town are frightened of him and make up rumors about the monstrous things he allegedly does. This leaves the individuals in the town curious as to if Boo Radley really is a “malevolent phantom” like everyone assumes that he is or if he is just misunderstood and harmless. In Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, Boo Radley is a saviour. This is
Diary entry number 45, February 9. “I, John, am writing this in from deep space. Me, Michel, and Ralph are here in some kind of mothership. So far, we are fine here in the lower portion of the mothership . Although if we don’t move and get off this ship, I have a feeling that we will be in for a nasty treat. Vanessa is trying to get to us, but I don’t know where or how she is going to get to us. I do not have any ideas on how we are going to get off of this thing in one piece. I feel that most of this is my fault. I shouldn’t have gone in that lunatic’s house. If I didn’t plan the intrusion, we wouldn’t have to be in this mess.”
How do you us the word “conviction”? Do you use it to criminalize someone, or do you use it to show your faith in something? With a single word you can send out a message of guilt, or you can send out a message of sureness. Conviction is a symbol of courage, decision, and action.
As you know, Susie and I finally made our big move to Chicago and have just settled in. When we had got to packing, I found quite a number of childhood memories hidden in the attic. I got to reminiscing and, well, I thought to make a scrapbook for you.
It's 5 in the morning and i woke to the sound of voices for I am nervous because it could be people who might put me in a boys home or send me right back to home .But instead it was a man, he pointed at me and said “who are you “ the Strange Man called out and as i stood in fear ,silently I said “Koran Bismuth” and i remembered a time from when i was in Europe before the war , silky brown hair with a bit of a tan, a nice White cotton button up shirt that a rich guy threw out because he had grown out of it, my hazel eyes with a bit of green and the scar upon my face which happened because I tripped and fell on a bottle, nearly cutting my eye .
Imagine being deserted on an unknown, unmapped island, surrounded by peers you ought to get to know. Well, that’s what happened to me, Eliza, and my classmates from London Intermediate Academy. We never expected this to happen as it did, but one day the soldiers rushed the boys and girls on separate airplanes and set us off. That day I was separated from my family, my brother Ralph and my best friend Simon. Many never made it because of a crash caused by enemy fire, and others landed on the island wounded and sick. We never heard from the boys on the other plane, or if it had been shot down too. But for a long while we will be stuck on this dreaded island, yearning for rescue.