The animals died because Lennie was petting them too harshly because he isn’t aware of his own strength. When Lennie is inside the barn he realizes the puppy died, he blames the puppy for not being strong enough instead of blaming himself for not having control over his strenght. “And Lennie said softly to the puppy, ‘Why do you got to get killed? You ain’t so little as mice. I didn’t bounce you hard.’ He bent the pup’s head up and looked in its face, and he said to it, ‘Now maybe George ain’t gonna let me tend no rabbits, if he fin’s out you got killed.’ He scooped a little hollow and laid the puppy in it and covered it over with hay, out of sight; but he continued to stare at the mound he had made.
A different co-worker kills the older co-workers dog. Lennie was given a puppy and accidentally kills it. Curly’s (the son of the boss of the farm) wife likes other men not Curly; when she sees Lennie in the barn with his dead dog she flirts with him and he then snaps her neck. Lennie proceeded to run off into the woods where George then mercy kills him. It is wrong to kill anyone for the reasons of it violates the rights of that individual, it is morally wrong and illegal to take the life of a person, as well as it proves the lack of responsibility on the individual that assists the person being murdered.
On chapter 10 of To Kill A Mockingbird, Sheriff Heck Tate urges Atticus to shoot a rabid dog that was roaming the street of the Finch’s neighborhood. Mr. Finch reluctantly accepts the request and puts the animal down in a single shot, to Jem and Scout 's surprise. The occurrence confuses the children because Atticus never mentioned his expertise in shooting, and he refused to teach his kids to shoot their new rifles. Miss Maudie Atkinson, their broad-minded neighbor, tells the children that their father is an excellent shot and that he was nicknamed “Ol’ One Shot” for his skill in marksmanship. Yet he believes his talent to aim accurately is a God-given ability that gives him an unfair advantage over other living creatures, and he simply avoids violence.
Compare Contrast The three stories are all the same in different ways. Brer Rabbit and Brer Lion story. Brer Rabbit tricked Brer Lion by saying ‘ there is a big storm you need to move’ but Brer Lion said no because I’m too big to run so Brer Rabbit said ‘ I will tie to this tree.’ In the the story of Coyote steals the sun the coyote naggs the eagle to give him the box. He asked for it four times. Then when he got the box he ran from eagle and opened the box and now we have winter.
The jealousy Cal has towards his brother blinds him from seeing any good in himself. Therefore, it leads Cal into hurting Aron by showing him to their mother. Cal’s jealousy leads him to sacrifice his brother’s perfect image of their mother to cure his emotional wound. Furthermore, the twins went out hunting one day and Aron shoots a rabbit, but Cal claims that he shot it, and that they should both earn credit for it. The rabbit was clearly shot by Aron, but Caleb’s jealousy led him to say rather.
After Grace Brisbane was attacked by a pack of wolves and was saved by one, after which she then begins to obsess over them. Mainly one in particular, Sam K. Polk. Both just so happened to have been attacked by wolves at a young age, yet the only difference is that one has to live the life of the wolf and the other a "normal" human life. Both Sam and Grace obsess over each other and all of that changes when Jack Culpepper goes missing. Jack Culpepper is the school bully, the police came to the conclusion, that he was attacked by wolves.
These characteristics were clearly demonstrated in these stories. For example, the Iroquois’ creation myth states the man did not want to dig roots from the Great Tree because, “he didn’t like the idea…he knew it was wrong…he gave in… and he was terrified” (34). Whereas, the man (bear) in The way to Rainy Mountain showed aggressiveness. For example, “the bear (brother) came to kill them (the sisters)…it reared against the tree and scored the bark” (55). The men’s roles proved to be far apart in characteristics and behavior within the two creation
In Of Mice And Men, George and Lennie were very close due to the fact that George looks after Lennie. They form almost a parent and child bond. Lennie does not know his own strength and continuously kills small animals that he wants to care for and pet. Lennie not knowing his own strength is developed further when Lennie accidentally kills Curley’s Wife. Lennie was stroking Curley’s Wife’s hair to the point that she became alarmed and panicked and when she did so, Lennie broke her neck by shaking her too hard, he wanted her to stop yelling.
The bears were eating our friends raisinets. We were all in tents and we all heard the bears. I never saw the bears because I was too busy being scared in the tent. The dad’s in the group were the ones who got rid of the bears. My mom called the police(park rangers) and they didn’t help very much.
Lynx – Dumb Animals (1983), personally, got my attention, because with a powerful message on its slogan, shames whoever wears furs for confectionary ends; the message was ‘’It takes up to 40 dumb animals to make a fur coat, but only one to wear it.’’ What is very interesting about this ad is that it is not particularly targeting women that wear furs; it is targeting other people to put pressure on those who wear them. Moreover, the ad uses a very controversial image of a woman dragging a coat leaving traces of blood behind; which was used to draw attention to the suffering of the animals. Benetton – Unhate (2011) , was also a controversial and successful campaign from Fabrica and 72andSunny, that featured world leaders such as: Obama, the