The discovery of their psychotic state, brought understanding to a new generation of killers. This discovery also brought light to the bullying aspect. The boys were in fact not motivated to kill due to bullying, but instead motivated by their mental state. Later in the book, Cullen explains, “‘Psychopaths are capable of behavior that normal people find not only horrible but baffling.’”(239) Cullen collected all evidence regarding the massacre and compiled it into the book Columbine to help not only the victims and their families, but also the rest of the world make sense of the massacre that took place on April 20, 1999. Labeling Dylan and Eric as psychopaths may have given some closure to those within Columbine, but it also highlighted the possibilities of the next killers planning the next
Characters in book and movie are expressed in a way where they are brave and confident for what they believe in, but Rainsford shows how he is against General Zaroff by addressing his game as murder, and Kane tells his bride he does not run away from his problems. Having an antagonist in each of the stories show how evil they both can be, but in “The Most Dangerous Game” General Zaroff is more discreet about his game, and in High Noon Frank Mitchell wants everyone to know he is coming to get his revenge on Kane. The setting has the same idea with Rainsford and Kane being deserted and left alone, but it is different because Rainsford is stranded on an island with few people, and Kane is in a town filled with townspeople. For the most part, “The Most Dangerous Game” and High Noon have just as much similarities as differences even if they have nothing in common when you first see or read
HE helped train others and helped them be better at their jobs. No one likes to think of killing as a job, but our military is trained to kill in order to protect this nation. Kyle said in his book that he was not trying to make a name for himself. He said that killing people at long range was his military mission. Because he was so good at it, many lives were saved and Iraq is a safer place.
Nick contradicts being a selfish fox when he started to care for Judy because of how hard she had worked to solve this case. Nick selflessly took the time that Judy made him stay for and made the most of it by clearing his head of negativity and actually helping Judy with Information she needed. Nearing the end of the film Judy had said “It may have something to do with biology, meaning she had said because all the animals to go savage have been predators, the only animals that will go savage are all predators and that no prey could ever kill a fly. That made Nick very upset and made him lose respect for Judy. After Judy had found out that the “Night howler” was a flower and that it was making the animals go savage she found Nick as quick as possible to apologize for what she had said and to tell him that she had figures out why the animals were going savage.
Amir's Moral Ambiguity is important to this story because he provides readers to like and hate him. The author provides the reader with mixed feeling about Amir. In his childhood in Kabul Amir comes off as heartless person. He is this because he has done evil stuff in his life. In the beginning of the story something bad happens to Hassan, Amir says,¨In the end, I ran.
These event although traumatizing to Charlie have also taught him many lessons and have defined his personality. One personality trait that Charlie gained throughout the book was his sympathy for other mentally ill people. “I jumped up and shouted: “Shut up! Leave him alone! He can 't understand.
This desperation that led people to commit crimes can also roughly be seen in chapter six of Steinbeck’s novel, when George tells Lennie that he would have it easier without him, and ends up killing Lennie, his companion. “If I was alone, I could live so easy. […] I could get a job an’ not have no mess”(Steinbeck, 145) “Never you mind, said Slim. A guy got to sometimes” (Steinbeck, 148) The approval from a guy named Slim, really shows how crimes were looked upon during this time. For many, crimes were a necessary evil in order to stay
Mr. De Lacey was able to accept the monster as a fellow human because his thoughts and opinions of the monster were not tainted by the awful sight. The old man could see the good and sincere nature of the creature. Ironically, this was because he was blind. However, Felix reacted defensively and swiftly beat the monster until he retreated from the house. Regrettably, similar actions by others shaped his heart into something more wretched than his
He attempts to perform everyday tasks and struggles because he gets tempted to go back to the life he was living when he killed people and drank their blood. He overall does not want to kill and wants to be a human,a normal human that lives everyday life. The purpose of this in the show is to get the audience to think that mitchell is a good person, he does not want to kill and wants to live a human lifestyle the audience feels sympathy when they see that mitchell is struggling to get through day to day life without killing innocent people for their blood. An example of mitchell internal conflict is in episode five when he is doing a monologue, he asks “ where do i belong” he calls the curse he has a label, he later goes onto say “if only we let the labels hold” when he says that he is implying that the curse will not get to him and he will act as the curse isn 't there and that he wants to belong and live as a human. The purpose of him saying this is that the audience watching will seem him as a strong man that doesn 't want to let the curse get to him and change him.
Cody notices on the computer how there is a website that tells people how they should kill themselves, and she believes that is what influenced Meg. Cody is able to find another one of Meg’s friend and his name is Ben. Ben helps Cody find a man who would’ve done this and later confronts him. The man admitted to what he did, but he didn't get in trouble for anything because he didn’t break any laws. Cody is Meg’s best friend and is the protagonist of