Of Mice Of Men, Author: John Steinbeck. In the book the author tries to teach the reader that some dreams require sacrifice. The author shows this when George kills Lennie so he can fulfill his dream. This is shown in the passage,” The hand shook violently, but his face set and his hand steadied. He pulled the trigger. The crash of the shot rolled up the hill then rolled down again.”(Steinbeck 106).
The Necklace, Author: Guy Maupassant. In the passage Mme. Loisel and her husband get invited to an upper class ball, and it's her dream to be part of the upper class because she is currently part of the lower class. To fulfill her dream she borrows an “expensive” necklace from her friend Mme. Forestier. After the ball Mme. Loisel loses the necklace. Her and her husband replace it with a thirty four thousand franc look alike without Mme. Forestier knowing, only to find out after ten years of working that the one she loses was a fake and only worth five hundred francs at most. The author does this to show that sometimes dreams can be risky and may require sacrifice. This is shown in the passage,”well I lost it”, “you lost it! But you returned it.”, “I brought you another just like it. And we've been paying for it for ten years now.”, “Oh my poor Mathilde. But mine was paste. Why it was worth only five hundred francs!”( Maupassant 34).
Cars 3, Director: Brian Fee, written by:Dan Gerson, and Robert L. Baired. In the trailer it shows Lightning McQueen racing, while another extremely fast racer comes up behind him. Then Lightning McQeens back right tire pops and he goes flying through the air furiously. The director does this to show that a dream fulfilled can be dangerous and, very harmful. I found this on an article on google.