The target audience for this short story is around 13+ because I find its a bit too scary and depressing for anyone younger. He wondered if Laura was dancing, wondered if she had missed him yet. He took out his black pad, and he flipped it open to a blank page. With the rain beginning to chill him, with the blood pouring steadily between his fingers, he knew only a sort of dizziness. All right, who was it? Andy is left alone to die as he watches a selection of personalities pass him by, but remains unaided. Andy lay and thought: Laura, Laura.
Andy faces prejudice because of his identity at many points in the book. A young boy and young girl come by, but they are afraid to do anything because he is a gang member. The knife hated only the purple jacket. Summers, he took a big flat stone and tossed it toward Tessie. He was aware that being Andy was impossible, as long as he was a Royal. The Guardians would just think that a Royal died, but it was actually a sixteen year old kid named Andy who died.
Again the sound came from him. He was simply Andy, and he was dead. He lifted his face slightly and looked up at the man, and in the rain swept alley he smelled the sickening odor of alcohol. Therefore, their confrontation is an example of a man vs. It shows that he is truly devoted and loyal to the Royals. He did not know why his voice had deserted him, or why there was an open hole in his body from which his life ran readily, steadily, or why the rain had become so suddenly fierce. The author says that Andy is in so much pain that no sound comes out of his mouth.
But time A story about a boy named Andy and where he stands in society, and finally, what his true identity is. He himself was proud of being A Royal and recognized himself as one. Should we allow fear or love to rule our decisions? Now there was no pride at all. He knew he was going to die now. He was sixteen, and wore a purple jacket with the word Royals on the back, which was a gang Andy was part of.
On The Sidewalk Bleeding is a short story by Evan Hunter. Andy decides the Royals jacket may cost him his life, so he fights it off. He wanted to throw it away and never see it again. He knows he could not do anything but wait and hope for someone to find him. Throughout the story Andy was reflecting on himself and his girlfriend. I don't want to get mixed up in this. In this regard, laws and some literature where written to help improve the schemes in public markets.
A young couple sees Andy in pain and the boy rushes towards him but soon denies him help. Jenny had gotten out of the vehicle by this time and I knew I had to do the same since the engine was smoking and could possibly be on fire soon. The setting of the story is very gloomy. Amazing how he managed to execute this as well as he did, with so few words. The first is a drunk who assumes Andy to be another drunk laid flat out and, after a brief one-sided conversation, decides to leave Andy in the alley without help, assuming it to be better that Andy doesn't have a ''cop fin' you all drunk an' wet in an alley. He lay struggling with the shiny, wet jacket.
He felt the pain tearing at his stomach when he moved. Freddie and Angela intended to help Andy, until they saw his jacket. When they were married, when they had kids. After Andy was stabbed and he realized that he was going to die, he began to resent his identity as a Royal and just wanted to be known as Andy. He tried to crawl toward the doorway. He thought of Laura, and thinking of her stopped the pain a bit. The jacket symbolises the royals and the knife symbolises the guardians to indicate how much hatred is between the two gangs.
Due to rapid loss of blood, he is too weak to clearly speak. Maybe she had already left the jump and gone home. The jacket had only one meaning now, and that was a very simple meaning. This short story is about a young man called Andy who is part of a gang. And now, standing with the cop, she looked down at him. In the story, Andy, a member of the Royals gang, is stabbed by a rival gang, the Guardians and left on the sidewalk to die.
Fred Smith said he saw Andy in the alley that night. Andy, a member of the Royals, a notorious street gang, has been stabbed in an alley by a rival gang, the Guardians. These quaint and roughhewn areas are actually injuring and killing people at an alarming rate. Andy is angry at everyone for not giving him a chance because of how people identify him. He left Laura at a dance to buy a pack of cigarettes and is stabbed by a member of a rival gang, The Guardians. He wondered why he'd never thought of them before, wondered why the rumbles and the jumps and the purple jackets had always seemed so important to him before. Unfortunately it is too late to change what had happened and as a result the reader feels immense pity for him when he dies.