A member of the Guardians, the rival gang, stabs him and rips the knife across his belly. Any idea that is interesting enough to you will be a good idea. A few minutes after his death, Laura—the girlfriend he was to marry—finds him and quickly runs to find a cop. Finally Andy at the end of the story was ashamed of being called a royal and his new identity. Based on the evidence presented, we can see that Hunter has successfully used theme, plot, word choice, repetition and character to show how Andy deals and copes with the important human issue of death. Additionally, that government is based on the consentof the governed the people who are the sole source of thisgovernmental authority.
It is also scientific; many of the Buddha's findings and practices have been scientifically proven correct even today. Fauve paintings consisted of intense brushstrokes, rich sur … face textures, energetic linear patterns, and bold colors in order to arouse the emotions of their viewers. The tragic story of the Titanic illustrates the danger and pure folly of constructing a huge ship with … out the necessary safeguards to protect passengers in case of disaster. It also shows the incredible cruelty of dictators and how people … can mindlessly go along with things just because others may be doing it. He was not a Royal. There are a few smaller minor symbols within the story, but the big main one is Andy's jacket. The jacket being a symbol of prejudgment, determines the way society sees Andy.
The old lady carried an umbrella with broken ribs, carried it like a queen. He realizes that he has given himself a label of Royal, which is now causing his demise. From this, we learn that it is important to be ourselves and not have labels define you we are. You feel bad knowing that he to live a decent life and has good intentions, but that he was going pass away at the end of the story. It is the most important thought about the topic. Ask them to review and determine if these words truly describe them as individuals or are labels, like being a Royal is in the story. When Andy became part of the gang he did not know that he was about to die, he did not know that it would rob him of his life and destroy his dreams, he did not know that a time would come when he would hate the title and its meaning, he did not know that he would die A Royal when he Just wanted to be Andy.
Instead, we must avoid labels and develop our own individuality. It is seen that had he lived, he would have changed the way he lived. The theme of this story is that you should never judge someone by what they look like, how they dress, or their age. In middle of the story Andy came across a few people who wouldn't help him as well. . This theme is depicted with the help of several literary devices such as symbolism, to create depth in the meaning of the story, thoughtful use of irony and characterization elements, which create clarity in the readers mind about the characters thoughts and situation. But instead of the characters mood it is the scene's over all mood.
Had they known that he was Andy or had they simply known that he was Royal wearing a purple silk jacket? The third incidence is an old woman who appears to be homeless and dumpster diving, who simply does not see Andy bleeding to death on the sidewalk under the darkness and the rain. Although the movement did not last long, they did help evolve the direction of painting by liberating the restrictive functions of structure and color. She backed away from him, tears springing into her eyes, and then she ran from the alley. He had always liked rain. We help him, and the Guardians'll be down on our necks. He had medium length dark hair and a small frame.
It provided the reader with Andy's thought proccess and how it progressed. Andy could have been saved numerous times from after he was stabbed but the reaction he faced from the people who could have saved him was a heart breaking experience for the reader. The Setting The setting of the story illustrates Andy lying on the sidewalk in the rain in a dark alley at 11:13pm. Laura, I think I'm dying He tried to speak. Plus, anonymous people on the internet have no idea how old you are, what your interests are, or how well you can write! Smith 2005 Bridging the Gap, Longman; 8 edition. Andy is angry at everyone for not giving him a chance because of how people identify him.
Andy wants to be known as Andy. Belonging to a large gang which was evidently a great part of his life, and yet being lonely while suffering, suggests that Andy comes to realized that in the long run, he should stand alone, defined by his own individuality. He saw Andy then and came toward him, and he stood over him for a long time, the minutes ticking, ticking, watching him and not speaking. Trigger Incident: Andy gets stabbed by a member of the rival gang, The Guardians. A man in a drunken stupor walks past Andy and threatens to call the cops on him Two kids come around the corner and remind Andy of his girlfriend Laura. He felt all at once as if he had never done anything, never seen anything, never been anywhere.
He looked at Andy again. The character himself is important in discussion of how the issue of death is coped within the story. And now, standing with the cop, she looked down at him. The cop that will identify him begins with identifying him as a Royal. Also personification is used to make the knife and jacket seem like people.
They try to help him but don't because they are from the rival gang of Andy's gang Andy decides to take of his Royals jacket to make himself Andy, not a gang kid Laura comes back from dancing and sees her boyfriend dead on the street. The setting of this story takes place on a sidewalk outside an alley, late at night. The knife entered just below his rib cage and had been drawn across his body violently, tearing a wide gap in his flesh. He would have been frightened had he known. The gloominess of the setting in the story is connected to the terrible thoughts of dying Andy which had gone through his head as he lay there pathos and pathetic fallacy.
Many safety rules were neither practiced before the collision nor observed during the sinking. It is a religion and a way of life devoid of authority, ritual, speculation, tradition, and the supernatural. Andy struggles with this idea as he also comes closer and closer to the realization that he truly will die. It wasn't Andy that the knife was trying to kill but the jacket. The cop comes to examine Andy, sees his jacket and calls him a Royal in disgust.