“Tairei, good to finally meet you,” Oberyn coughed in futile derision. “You’ve caused me quite a bit of trouble now, mercenary. You disabled my jammer, and we heard your little cry for help. This was supposed to be a covert operation and you’ve dismantled my plan.” Tairei explained with a bitter distaste in her voice. “What can I say, I couldn’t let you bleed this little town dry without a little resistance,” Oberyn spat, mockingly. The woman clasped her hands together, resting her chin against
The actors portrayed the novel's characters to a tee and when I saw them it was like I had watched the movie first and then read the book and already had them in my mind. The author hit the nail on the head with his interpretation of the books character. The main character’s development throughout the story was both dynamic and static. Lennie
The Static Character in Homer’s Odyssey The Odyssey, by Homer, translated by W.H.D. Rouse (between 900 and 700 BC.) is "The best story ever written" (7). This is a story about a man named Odysseus Laertiades who went off to war. After winning the war, he and his men were heading home when their ship got off track. They ended up in the land of the Cyclops. They were held captive by a god's, Poseidon Earthholder, son. Odysseus came up with a plan to get out of there which involved poking the Cyclops'
In the play The Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare, exists two different types of characters: dynamic characters, meaning characters who change throughout the play by learning and growing through their experiences, and static characters, meaning characters that stagnate from the beginning to end. In particular, the most dynamic character in the play is King Leontes of Sicilia. In the beginning, Leontes believes in the self-assumed belief that his wife, Queen Hermione, is having affairs with his
sudden I could not hear. I would get this hollow sensation in the pit of my stomach, my throat would become dry as I gulped and tried to gather my senses. It was as if the volume button was turned down and all that was left to hear was a weird gurgling static sound. Reality hit me hard and fast, I had hearing loss. I thought that was the worst of it, a fluke thing, little did I know about the next ten weeks ahead of me. Ahead of me came a nausea sensation, trying hard to concentrate on the sound coming
differently in sixth grade when I was bullied for being “fat.” I wasn’t bullied physically but it was emotional and mental bullying. This jerk always called me fat even though his best friend was way bigger than me. This scarred me permanently. Society doesn't accept things that are slightly different than what they believe is normal. This reminds me of Lennie because he was killed for his actions and death is permanent. Since Lennie was different than others in the 1930s, he was bullied and picked on
leaves became closer. The sound of the dead fall leaves being crushed filled my ears with excitement. This was not the sound of a large squirrel burying a nut for the cold winter months, but the smooth steps of a deer. The deer cautiously maneuvered its way through the thick woods line towards the feeding field. I began to feel anxious not knowing what the first deer of the night would be or if the slight breeze would carry my scent to the precise nose of the deer. The birds in the field look to the
traumatised boy spoke in a shaky and terrified voice. “W-Why are you h-here Lock, get away from me please…” he said to my boyfriend, his eyes flinching, as if his body wasn’t still petrified. Eric, my boyfriend, chuckled loudly, that real genuine laugh, the one that your dad would make which felt warm and hearty like a hug during a thunderstorm. Usually it’d lighten up a conversation,
Lennie Small is a character that readers are drawn to right from the beginning of the book. His innocence stands out from the grimey coverings of loneliness and hopelessness that the other characters wear. The reason Lennie is so innocent is because he has a mental handicap, one that prevents him from understanding complex human emotions such as guilt, or concepts such as death. In addition Lennie has trouble remembering things, “" I tried and tried [to remember]...but it didn't do not good."
Hierarchy of Pony Needs: Physical Needs *Click Click* went the VCR *Buzzzz buzz* went the static on the TV A staticy Rainbow Dash image appeared on the screen, however the static was so bad you could barely make out the shape sitting at a desk. A calm cool voice cracked out of the speakers “Hello there future or current pony owners. This is a EQPMB’s production of how to care for your new slave slash meat slash toy Pony. I’m your guide Rainbow Slash, and I’m the in charge of teaching the