Hopefully after discussing it with my class I'll understand it a bit more. I also loved the relation between Blackie and T Trevor. And in destroying his house, the boys inadvertently create for Mr. شورش نسل نابود شده توسط جنگ، عليه هر چيز زيبا كه از نسل هاى قديمى باقى مونده. Their plan is to destroy the house from inside, then tear down the remaining outer structure.
This short story utilizes the difference between Old Misery's house and the Wormsley Common Gang. They shorten his name to T so that they don't undermine him, and when they want to undermine him they scornfully call him by his full name again. The driver laughs, somehow finding humor in the spectacle of the situation. The meeting was in a serious mood. Drastic changes are afoot in Britain, starting with the class system. He went away to the back of the car-park and began to kick a stone, dribbling it this way and that.
When the house crumbled, the gang crumbled; the ending is indeterminate because we don't know whether with the destruction of the gang forged a stronger gang or whether the fall of the gang was the end of the gang. It turns out that Mr Thomas is planning to go out of town for the upcoming holiday weekend. Thomas' house representing the old, wealthy upper class meanwhile, the boys in the Wormsley Common Gang are exactly what their name suggests, the lower class. Blackie promises to borrow a sledgehammer from the storage space of some construction workers, while Mike is told to come after he gets out of church and whistle to be let in. We don't want any court stuff.
He is also a static character because throughout the story, he remains hesitant about the gangs plot to destruct the house. Happy ending: Where the protagonist's goal is met. The house becomes a symbol of everything that the boys hate. The story itself is not just representative of the words on the page, but something much more important. He thought of burglars - perhaps they had employed the boy as a scout, but why should burglars engage in what sounded more and more like a stealthy form of carpentry? It cracked and span amongst the broken glass.
The gang met every morning in an impromptu car-park, the site of the last bomb of the first blitz. There main goal is to finish off the job they started whether T. These were all consequences from the Blitz and apart from all of this, the only thing that could have been hopeful in fact, it was was the impeccable house of old Thomas which unfortunately has been destructed by the Wormsley Common gang whose creation and imagination was destruction and it was fun for them, it entertained them. Thomas is incensed, but he is still unable to stop laughing. At first he considers abandoning the gang entirely, hoping that they will learn that T. The old social order and the desire for a more meritocratic society is reflected in the gang. A person could quickly rush through the story believing that the gang is just destroying the house to cause trouble.
A voice spoke to him softly through the star-shaped hole in the door. There was every reason why T. His father, formerly an architect, is working as a clerk ; and his mother considers herself better than the neighbors. With no walls, he felt that the gang could not be rebuilt. During his career, extending over sixty years, he wrote more than twenty novels, a collection of short stories, several plays, screenplays as well as books of travel writing, essays and film criticisms. Trevor's mother still feels superior to her new neighbors, and his father, once an architect, tries to teach Trevor to value the beauty in architecture and physical things. For a while he wandered up and down stairs looking for T.
At the time in which the story is set, in a time of social unrest and change, the fortunes of many upper and upper-middle class families have been reduced, and there is unprecedented mobility among the lower classes. He has been inside Mr. Things matter and T likes destroying things. The author's use of imagery and the plot in both stories makes it clear that materialism can play a great part in how people's attitudes and behavior are affected and altered towards others because of a lifestyle filled with misfortune. Don't turn on the taps - we don't want a flood - yet.
Trevor's father tells him that the house is very important architecturally. There remained the most dangerous task of all, out in the open at the edge of the bomb-site. Peer pressure is no help when a destructive surrounding and vulnerable ages are strongly influencing the instinctive human behavior of the members, which causes many of their horrific actions. Thomas decides to come home early, the boys are faced with a difficult decision of whether to flee the house and leave it how it is, or to finish it off as previously planned. There never is,' he added with sombre conviction.