So, he jumped in the water and swam as fast as a marlin and caught up to it and slammed his fist on the humongous boat. The boat stayed in tacked. Luscious Luke was now scared for his own life. So, he himself started fighting the big green beast. He yelled, “Curse you, You are as ugly as a mole rat!” Boo got angry and replied, “I will tear your head off like a piece of paper and eat you for
“Round she spun, reeling under the impact, filled with reeking brimstone, shipmates pitching out her, bobbing around like Seahawks swept along by the whitecaps past the trim black hull and the god cut short their journey home forever” (Odyssey 12. 448-452). The harsh punishment describes the ship as a she who’s shipmates dive out of the burning ship like Seahawks as the Zeus again hinders Odysseus and his men from going home. The theme of disobedience is very prominent in this episode. The poor choices Odysseus makes as well as his foolish men.
She wants a little sister and in the book her mom, her dad, and her got to decorate the baby’s nursery. Everyone was really excited for the baby, especially Sal. She now wanted a sibling and for the family to be bigger. Sal’s dad said, “He said to me, ‘It wasn’t
Also, if Romeo never got in between two people fighting with swords then Mercutio would of never been stabbed. Tybalt was most likely aiming to stab Romeo when he got in between the fight since he wanted revenge. But, he accidently stabbed Mercutio instead. In the movie portrayal done by Zeffirelli, Tybalt looked like he could not believe that he actually stabbed Mercutio and almost looked like he felt guilty for what has happened since he did not intend to stab Mercutio at all. Mercutio himself even asked “Why the dev’l came you between us?/I was hurt under your arm” (3.1.93-94).
By coming to the island and when Peter beat up Cole at the pond when Peter and Cole forgive each other and see the spirit bear. Peter was trying to commit suicide and Cole did not know what to put at the bottom of his totem, the only way he could move on as if he helped Peter. "'Because the dance of anger taught me I can't heal until I help Peter heal. He is the one I hurt'"(257). Cole is healing but the only true way to help himself change is to help Peter heal with him.
In the movie The Little Mermaid, Ariel starts out as a brave, curious, and adventurous young mermaid. She explores the sea with her friends and saves Flounder and Prince Eric from drowning. Once she develops a crush on Prince Eric and is briefly transformed into a human, however, she becomes quiet and reserved, spending most of her time obsessively admiring the prince. Prince Eric, of course, loves this version of Ariel. She then goes on to trade her voice with the evil sea-witch in exchange for human legs.
72, l. 9) with father referring to his uncle. Anything that Hamlet did against his uncle his mother took that as an attack on her as well. This was her new husband after all and whatever he felt she felt with him. This attack was a way of him hurting his mother but in more of an indirect way. Even though it was not directly against her, it still hurt her and that was still against the wishes of the ghost of his father.
In Lord of the Flies Golding uses the biblical allegory of baptism. As soon as the plane got shot down they landed on an island. Ralph figures out there are no parents, and decides to take off his clothes. After taking off his clothes Ralphs first idea was to go swimming on the ocean not knowing they are stranded all alone on an island. Beyond the platform there was more enchantment.
Hamlet is wrong because he gets himself killed and he was not in his right mind. His conscience did not kill him but it sure helped kill him because he wanted to act tough and not back down. An example is ophelia kills herself after going into madness because of hamlet. Hamlet was not only hurting/killing himself he was also hurting the others around him too. He drove claudius into paranoidness because claudius was scared that he was going to kill him and hamlet did succeed but he also died too, an eye for an eye.
Following this murder, a member of Jack’s tribe, Roger decides to kill Piggy. Even though there was no reason for this murder, nobody bats an eye because it has become normal for acts like these to be committed. This lack of a reaction to incredible violence shows how disassociated the boys have become from the real civilized world and now their true, primitive nature is shining through. When the boys are finally rescued, the British officer says, “I should have thought that a pack of British boys…would have been able to put up a better show than that” (Golding, p.202). Clearly, the officer is shocked that a group of well educated children from a British boarding school would be able to commit all sorts of violent acts.
Thunder and rumble, I feel the wrath of God on the ocean we are sailing. Suddenly I hear a crash, and I fly across my cage violently, the yelling of the voices on the vessel in shock and suddenly I hear the words “We’re going down!” A zoo keeper comes down the the hull of the ship and begins opening the cages of animals- the zebra, the monkeys, the hounds, all released waiting patiently for my turn the zookeeper falls over. He does not move and water comes crashing into the hull-I’m going to die. I lie down on the ground as water pours in accepting my fate. Suddenly I see something, no somebody, swim into the half flooded room, he drgs into his pocket forceful and pulls out a ring of keys and unlocks my cage.