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  • Sal's Mother
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    Walking two Moons takes place in the early 1980's or 1990's, the setting mostly takes place on the road from Ohio and Idaho. The main character is Salamanca Tree Huddle, who is a thirteen year old girl. Sal and her grandparents go on a road trip to Lewiston, Idaho. Sal's mother had died the year before in a bus accident there, and she wanted to see the site of the accident. She hopes by visiting the site on her mother's birthday that she will be able to bring her back. Along the way Sal, tells h...
  • Black Folks Happy With Sal
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    The movie, Do the Right Thing, by Spike Lee is a hard hitting drama that deals with violence and racism in today " society. This film is set in a primarily black neighborhood inclose to the present time. Right in the center of this neighborhood stands a pizza parlor that is owned and operated by one of the most important characters in the movie, Sal. In the beginning of the movie, Sal is shown arriving to work with his two sons Pino and Vito. This gives an appeal to Sal as a family man. Right fr...
  • Sal's Obsession With Dean
    806 words
    'On the Road'- a success? So much open space- mile after mile of cities, towns, Waffle Houses, and a whole lot of whatnot. There's such a feeling of freedom on a road trip, just sticking your head out the window to let the breeze of every place that passes, cover your face. So much is taken in, yet so little, you find it's hard to stop to sleep or feed yourself. You " re driving to get somewhere, but that somewhere doesn't matter, all that matters is driving and letting the wind take you. Friend...
  • Sal And Dean
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    In Jack Kerouac's novel On the Road, the narrator, Sal Paradise offers up to us what seems to be a very optimistic view on life. He is forever singing the praises of how wonderful his adventures will be and his high expectations for the future. To Sal, the novel is defined by youthful exuberance and unabashed optimism for the new experiences that he sets out to find. A deeper look into the novel, as well as a look at some of the critics who have written on it, reveals a much darker side, a more ...
  • Sonny And Sal
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    In the movie, Dog Day Afternoon, there were many things that the police and the FBI did wrong. It seemed as if there was no manual to guide the police officers and the FBI through the hostage situation. Sonny and Sal never really thought about what they would do if they were to get caught. One of the first mistakes that officer Moretti made was when he called the bank to let Sonny know he was in there. I think that there never would have been a hostage situation if officer Moretti would have let...
  • Sal And His Friends
    571 words
    On the Road, by Jack Kerouac, is an honest story of a friendship, and four trips across America. The narrator is Sal Paradise, an aspiring novelist who lives with his aunt in New Jersey. Sal's best friend is Dean Moriarty. Sal idolizes Dean for his laid back cowboy style, his ease with women, and his all around joy in living. Over the course of the book, Dean marries, divorces, makes love to, and impregnates numerous women. Sal is considerably less promiscuous, but he doesn t seem to hold women ...
  • Chantelle Thought Sal
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    Drama I watched a play called "other peoples shoes", Drama studio, written by Danny Braverman and directed by Clair Chapman. The play was basically about the lives of young people in a secondary school. The different characters each experienced different problems whether that was socially, educationally, emotionally, or sexually. The play basically gave us an insight of what it would be like if we were in the shoes of these people, who found life a bit of a struggle because they were different f...

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