PC Principal is a representation of the most radical reaction to this kind of humor. He is a caricature of the worst aspects of the political left, a way for Trey Parker and Matt Stone to make fun of “cry bullies”; those who use the perceived righteousness of a social justice cause as a pretext to abuse others, only to later play the victim when confronted about that abuse. PC Principal makes a point to stand in solidarity with members of oppressed groups by violently assaulting anyone who he views as
The main character continuously faults himself for the way that others treat him . When the character is treated as though he is as bad as a rapist he feels “ embarrassed, and dismayed..” (542), when he has done nothing wrong to get this kind of treatment ,and he is only being judged by his race. Staples uses diction and syntax to make it sound as if the character believes that it’s his fault that he is stereotyped. This emotional appeal grabs the audience’s attention and their sympathy. Self blame isn’t the only emotion that staples uses, but he also shows anger in his writing.
As page 165 says, “He was spit on and pelted with Cokes, ice, and coins”, he was very hated. Of course, with hate comes violence, and that is exactly what happened to Perry Wallace. Even though he did nothing wrong but want to play a game that he liked. Another way he was hurt was simply by names. Being called very inappropriate names that really tore him down.
Fear Mongering and hatred often go hand in hand. When a group of people begin blindly fearing a group of people, they will quickly lead to an unjustified hatred of said group. One of the main examples of this came from the Holocaust. Much like the Holocaust, the Crucible featured people blindly hating people because of pointless fears, Also, they both feature an extremely biased government system in which the victim is not as well represented as they should be. During the times of the holocaust, some groups of people blamed the jews for the economic downfall of Germany, so they rose against them and began fighting against them, fueled by a leader who hated them more than anyone else.
He has mentally tortured Dimmesdale; obsessed with wanting him to suffer more that he has. Chillingworth wants him to live with guilt the rest of his life. Chillingworth doesn’t even love Hester anymore, but he continues to torture Dimmesdale because he wants him to live with guilt the rest of his life. Chillingworth is an evil character that seems worse than Dimmesdale. Even though Chillingworth didn’t commit the crime
Have you ever known someone who likes to start something, often for their own personal enjoyment? While some see these people as just a simple nuisance, they are in fact tearing the world apart with their sinful habits and disobedience to God. Those who cause division amongst members of society-known as Sowers of Discord in Dante’s Inferno-are not only condemned by Dante, the Bible, and the Church, but are also a source of friction in my own life. Dante punishes the Sowers of Discord in Dante’s Inferno for the negative effect they had on the lives of others. While progressing through the eighth circle, Dante encounters a man, “his tongue hacked off as far down as the throat” (Dante 38.101-102), named Curio.
This simile in one sentence not only draws a vivid image in our mind but it also lets us infer the feelings of Gatsby easily as he is seen tragically glaring into Nick's eyes. To add to our understanding of our outlook on toms visions of Nicks and Daisy's relationship to Gatsby he writes“ He threw dust into your eyes just like he did Daisies … “ (Fitzgerald Page 181). This simile gives the reader the impression that they could not see the truth about Gatsby as they had been blinded by Gatsbys “Sand”. It evokes a very physical reaction to the reader as they feel the sting of sand in their eyes, and come to the understanding that they cannot see.Fitzgerald's writing truly does great tribute to the power of similes as they lead us to form relatively easy conclusions, and visions through his writing. It encourages us to use similes so we to can write in the direction to Fitzgerald's writing
When someone is full of pride, they cannot love others for who they are and tend to make bad decisions. The narrator only cared about himself and wanted to kill Doodle for his own personal gain. His pride took him over and led him into making the wrong choice. Then after the pride came the guilt that followed. It can be inferred that he will never be able to forgive himself after what he did.
Psychopaths don’t use emotions properly. They don’t react based on how they feel, they analyze their feelings and react based on what would be most beneficial in their case. Eric also had a god complex. He hated anyone who wasn’t as smart as him, and believed natural selection was the greatest thing to ever happen. “He loved explosions, actively hated inferiors, and passively hoped for human extinction’ (Cullen 184).