10 Critical Components for Success in the Special Education by Marcia Rohrer, Nannette Samson

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By Marcia Rohrer, Nannette Samson

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The point of the quotation is to emphasize the cynicism and distrust that now prevail, which are expressed by Hamlet in his reply to Rosencrantz in the play. Imagery is the final feature of John Christopher's style to be considered here; metaphors and similes are sprinkled throughout the text and are effectively used. When John, Roger and Pirrie engage the men who have abducted Ann and Mary, John's shots 'rattled like darts against the shield of the placid summer afternoon' (p. 101). Roger describes trains as 'the metal monsters that ate coal and breathed out smoke' (p.

In the rescue incident Roger is partly in charge, probably because he is trying to protect John. He executes two of the dying men, hands over the gun for Ann to kill the one who raped her and Mary, and seems surprised at John's question about burying the bodies. Roger's practical mind is intent on the necessity to move on and waste no more time. As they move on, it is noticeable that Roger defers more and more to John, as he begins to recognize his friend's qualities. He says humorously, though accurately, that the children's education no longer matters, as their destiny is to be 'potato-grubbers' (p.

It is Pirrie who has the idea of shinning up the oak in order to look over the flat country to see how far the gang has gone, and Pirrie who plans the attack so that he will be able to pick them off without hurting Ann and Mary. It is a simple but effective strategy. Pirrie behaves with his customary cold-blooded precision. After firing his three shots he is seen 'sedately advancing, his rifle tucked neatly under his arm' (p. 101). He kills with ease and without emotion, explaining in his calm voice his own moral code: that the guilty deserve to suffer as they die, whereas the innocent should be dispatched quickly.

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