After the first death.. Bitte die Zusammenfassung zum 2. Kapitel verbessern..:)
The second chapter of Robert Cormier’s novel „After the first death“ the beginning of assassination. The view changes between two persons: A boy named Miro, who is one of the hijackers. He and his accomplice start an assassination, which include a bus full of children. The other view is Kate, who is the bus driver.
The sixteen years old boy Miro Shantas is a hijacker in America. He is in company with a man, called Artkin, who is about thirteen and fourteen years old. The chapter opens with the two guys, who review the plan, how you don’t learn much of the plan’s details. At the beginning, you just get know that there is a bus, and that Miro hast to kill the bus driver. Everyone must know that the takeover of the bus is critical. Besides, it means to Miro to make his life meaningful. After them both and a few other assassinations had kept the bus under control, a few problems start. It begins with the bus driver: Instead of a male bus driver, (wie die Attentäter es vorhergesehen hatten) it’s a young female bus driver, named Kate. That makes Miro unsure. Besides, after Artkin had handed out the candy with drugs to the children one of the children dies. That is the reason for Artkin’s order, don’t to kill the bus driver what enrage Miro.
das ist der zweite teil: The bus driver Kate is scared of the hijackers, especially when one child dies and when Miro and Artkin start to wear there mask. She thinks about the plan of the hijackers and isn’t sure whether she has to die or not. She’s fears more Miro than Artkin, because of his behavior. In between times, you hear about her problem, for example her migraine and the problem with her weak bladder, what is the reason for the pissing on herself (was der Grund dafür ist, dass sie sich in die Hose macht). After a while, they reach destination: A bridge. The chapter end with a conversation between Artkin and Kate. The first time, Kate dare to call them hijackers, but Artkin just orders her to take care of the children and don’t care about the hijackers.