Yet Jack uses his assertiveness and authority over the pig’s meat and denies Piggy any meat. Jack uses prejudice against Piggy to gain popularity amongst the savages by sharing common dislike. Surprisingly, Piggy is also described in a way that makes it seem like he is also enforcing the idea of inferiority. Until Piggy introduces himself to the audience, he is referred to as “the fat boy”. Moreover, the novel begins by describing Piggy as, “shorter than the fair boy and very fat”.
This plain request implies that Mr. Hayward treats his house and family like military which restricts their freedom as soldiers and gives orders that must be fulfilled immediately or will face his ‘consequences’. Therefore, Mr. Hayward is accusing his son to possess everything he wants. This shows his control on every possession even a small item like this ‘Thermos’. The unknown location of the ‘Thermos’ makes Mr. Hayward felt unease which wants to blame his son for getting out of his mistake. Even though Keith is Mr. Hayward’s son, his strict and impudent character doesn’t change which influences his son to
Stage directions allow the audience to understand the body language of the characters, and as Stanley “heaves the package at her”, they notice his animal-like nature because when heaving, it is a considered to be an aggressive act. The authority Stanley has over Stella is further exemplified as Stella is constantly referred to as “her”, demonstrating her inferiority and relating back to the underlying genre of the play, alpha-male. His presence is primarily there to remind the audience of the theme, as Stanley is a character who does not feel the need to justify an order of action of
While the police officer knows exactly what he wants to and pursues his aim blindly, thvtttttge whisky priest does not even know what his purpose in this life is. Another point of difference lies in the priest's admission that he is a "bad priest", whereas the lieutenant does not confess his faults, being entirely confident in his righteousness. Hence, Greens mainly concentrates? On the interference of politics in the religious matters, aiming at taking control over it. He totally despises it, asserting that each one has to deal with specific affairs.
Love is parasitic. Oftentimes perceived positively, it silently renders its host subservient to lust, irrationality, anger, and vengeance. The manipulative Greek sorceress Medea falls victim to this curse in Euripides’ tragedy Medea, where after falling deeply in love, her husband Jason leaves her for another woman. Heartbroken, she goes on a murderous crusade to exact her revenge that even results in the death of her children. Aspects of Medea’s quest are apparent in the relationships in Jesmyn Ward’s coming of age novel centered around Hurricane Katrina, Salvage the Bones.
Like any other human being on Earth, Shylock is definitely not born a villain, drawing from how he is shown to be rather sentimental when talking about Leah and the ring. The cruelty pushed upon him shapes him into who he is today – an unkind mean-spirited old man unreasonably demanding for a pound of Antonio’s flesh. A quote from W.H. Auden accurately summarizes the theme: “Those to whom evil is done do evil in
He must realise that the people are usually touchy on both these things. He is sure to be hated if he touches any one of them. No friends or foes, a Prince must realise that for the state there are no permanent friends or enemies. Accordingly, he should be on the look out of an opportunity to his advantage and should not miss it under any circumstances. A friend of today can become a foe of tomorrow as well.
When Holden is annoyed, he would rather use words to his advantage instead of his fists. This cunningness and lack of brutality is what separates Holden from Chris. Chris Griffin is impulsiveness and does think before he takes action while Holden will calculate the damage of every word and movement he
turned to the house” (102). The heads on the stakes reveal the true barbarism that exists in the absence of civilized society. However, Marlow’s reaction to the heads and how he “was not so shocked as you may think” (102), conveys how he himself has become somewhat savage, as even the brutish display of the heads do not faze him. Therefore, in the pursuit of his id and meeting Kurtz, Marlow will do anything to meet him and uphold Kurtz’s reputation, even ignoring Kurtz’s clearly evil and immoral actions. Similarly, this evil can be observed in how the natives worship Kurtz as a sort of god.
But it’s different when it comes to “fucking Deku”, he craves for it, like he needs it to reassure himself that he does matter. However, Katsuki is known for many things, but being gentle is not one of them, if anything, he’s a hundred percent destructive. And the way he demands for Izuku’s attention is through his cruel words and rough treatment, he knows it doesn’t make any sense, but perhaps it’s because he’s taken for granted the idea that Izuku would always be there behind him when he turns