Paul asks John why he did this. After more of Percy's insolence, Brutus grabs him, but Percy threatens to use his connections as nephew to the governor's wife to get the others fired if they hurt him.
He applies for relocation to C Block after John Coffey's death, where he is murdered by an inmate 4 months later. Percy is taken away and sent to a mental hospital, ironically the same place where he was supposed to be an administrator. He is the first character to discover John Coffey's amazing abilities, when the prisoner cures his urinary tract infection.
Paul instructs Percy to watch and learn while the others prep the electric chair. Christopher the healer as a present.
Paul notices that Percy is averting his eyes, but forces him to watch before Del finally dies, and orders him to put out the fire with an extinguisher.
Jingles for the prison staff.
Paul comes home and feels completely reborn, making love to his wife almost all night. Hal is almost in tears; the doctors have told him that his wife Melinda has a tumor the size of a lemon in her brain, virtually inoperable and eventually fatal.
Paul has decided to put Percy in charge, in the hope that he will finally leave the prison right afterward. Coffey is described as "knowing his own name and not much else" and lacks the capability to do so much as tie a simple knot. Jingles, a mouse, to whom Del teaches various tricks.
Hal comes in and angrily demands to know what went wrong. That night, Paul suffers from his urinary infection even more; he is almost in constant pain. Other inhabitants include Arlen Bitterbuck, a Native American convicted of killing a man in a fight over a pair of boots also the first character to die in the electric chair ; Arthur Flanders, a real estate executive who killed his father to perpetrate insurance fraudand whose sentence is eventually commuted to life imprisonment while serving his sentence, he is killed by another inmate in the laundry room ; and Mr.
Paul instructs Percy to watch and learn while the others prep the electric chair.
John breaks the connection with her, falling down coughing. John had been sentenced to death after being convicted of raping and murdering two white girls. Paul asks what happened, but John can only say "I helped". Paul puts forth his belief that Coffey is innocent; he "does not see God putting a gift like that in the hands of a man who would kill a child.
As his narrative shifts back and forth between and the present, Paul explains that his goal in recounting this earlier period of his life is to provide a detailed account of one time during his career when he had serious doubts about his job.
Paul mentioned his son being grown up inwhich means he should be much older than he appears. At the end of the story he is sent to the Briar Ridge mental institution, originally considered for a job but now as a patient, after Coffey transferred Melinda's disease to him which caused him to kill William Wharton.
A few seconds later, from within his cell, Coffey tells Paul to give him the mouse. Paul scolds Percy for his behavior, but the young man, who trusts that his political connections can protect him in any situation, feels no sense of remorse—developing, instead, a growing hatred toward Delacroix.The Green Mile is a American fantasy crime drama film written and directed by Frank Darabont and adapted from Stephen King’s novel of the same name.
The film stars Tom Hanks as Paul Edgecomb and Michael Clarke Duncan as John Coffey, with supporting roles by David Morse, Bonnie Hunt, and James Cromwell. Dec 10, · "The Green Mile" (so-called because this Death Row has a green floor) is based on a novel by Stephen King, and has been written and directed by Frank Darabont.
It is Darabont's first film since the great " The Shawshank Redemption " in /5. An Analysis of The Green Mile January 10, "We each owe a debt, there are no exceptions. But oh God, sometimes The Green Mile seems so long." The film, The Green Mile was a film that touched many.
Originally this film was a novel, written in six volumes by the award-winning author Stephen King. Stephen King's The Green Mile Chapter Summary. Find summaries for every chapter, including a The Green Mile Chapter Summary Chart to help you understand the book.
E block has the nickname “the Green Mile” because of the color of the tiles in the long corridor leading up to the electric chair, where condemned inmates await executions in their cells.
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