A work may have many themes, which may be in tension with one another. Mao Zedong believed that expanding the population would lead to a spur in economic growth. Peekay, allowed to visit Doc at the prison, gets another lesson in the way the black prisoners are mistreated. Morrie even persuades the coach to set Peekay's fight earlier in the lineup so that the People can see it and still get home before curfew.
Peekay, alarmed at this, says nothing. Appendix E Make two lines under each of the questions before printing. The boy witnesses Hoppie win the fight and this is the point where he realizes that the tyrants don't have to win: "It was the greatest moment of my life. In a stunning revelation at the end of the book, Peekay discovers that the top miner he had been working for all these months is the Judge.
Describe his personality including what he says and does, and what others say about him? But how did he become the egalitarian child who grew into the freedom fighter? Debate Is the society depicted in good for its citizens? While his appearance was brief, it was dynamic, and the decision for him to die in Peekay's arms rather than be found dead by him is dramatically sound, uttering the words, "A free man.