Aggressiveness is the human instinct, and Duanying Chen cannot control his instinct. The world is not in charged by any individual, so people will often feel angry when they meet unhappy things. Tyler Hayden in Mom of Accused Puppy Torturer Pleads for Leniency stated that the couple(Chen & his girlfriend) often “dealt with problems and mood swings inappropriately” because their “parents are far away”. Hayden also said, the academic result slide and large amount of love spending make Chen often quarrels with his girlfriend. Chen's parent pays a lot just want him to get better education, and to get a degree in the US, then he can get a good job.
After the body was examined by the police, the station got a letter talking about a bunch of killings the sender did, one confirming Cheri Bates’ death (Olsen 3). This shows that the sender was very confident that he would not be caught any time soon, as he was perfectly fine with the police knowing that as well. Shortly after, two teenagers were killed, police investigation led to no motive or suspect. About a year later, the Zodiac shot two more teenagers, after which he called the cops mumbling, “I want to report a double murder. If you will go one mile east on
Cain was very angry and jealous. So, Cain went on to commit a crime that would be considered a violence act. Cain killed his brother Abel due to jealousy. We can consider this an act of war because its a brother vs. brother conflicts. One would acknowledge
This shows C.B Whiting betrayed his heart, by giving in to his father and giving up the life of an artist in Mexico. This led to C.B suffering, as he never was truly happy in Empire Falls, and Let his wife make his life miserable, as was the tradition of Whiting men. It also led to his eventual suicide. This betrayal shows that C.B was a man who was submissive to his father and his wife, and this caused him to not listen to what he wanted in his
He did everything the Lord wanted him then he fell into temptation. As well as Macbeth doing everything for King Duncan then he listens to the witches he falls into temptation and is pretty puch damned by his sin. Once Lucifer sin he tried to talk over and betrayed God so he was damned from his sin. Macbeth killed Duncan then he actually took over but then also tried to keep lying and covering up with more
Then, after an unknown amount of time, Hal made an attempt to end his own life using a blade he pried off a pencil sharpener (259). After this, Caden was distressed. Hal was one of his only, and closest friends. But, he realized what giving in to your inner demons can do to you, and to other people around you. He did not want that to happen to him.
Christopher’s perseverance in illusions was caused by the fact that his father lied to him about his mother’s death and Christopher’s literal logic. Christopher’s father made many lies to hide that fact that he was Wellington’s murderer, so Christopher became scared of his father as he felt that he could become his murder victim. Christopher is not able to understand people and distinguish whether they are telling a fact or an exaggeration, so he is not able to differentiate between illusions and real truths. In the novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night - Time, Mark Haddon implies that illusions are taken as reality in an autistic person’s point of
These two poets both use similar examples to point out the racism in their time, and this similarity continues in the regard that they both have a very strong response. Hughes describes his response by saying: “Tomorrow, / I’ll be at the table / When company comes. / Nobody’ll dare / Say to me, / ‘Eat in the kitchen’” (Hughes 8-13). Similarly, Cullen has a strong reaction to experiencing racism: “I saw the whole of Baltimore/ From May until December; / Of all the things that happened there / That's all that I remember” (Cullen 9-12). Although Cullen’s reaction is less forceful, they both show the impact racism has on their emotions and their memories through their poetry.
People also assume that with the hard life Charles was already living, it would be to mentally draining to live with the criticism of unbelievers. This is also untrue because God gave Charles strength to withstand the persecution from the world around him. It was truly the best choice for Colson to become a Christian since God is always by his
Instead, he was judged by the color of his skin right away. The speaker then discloses the large impact this instance of prejudice had on him: “I saw the whole of Baltimore From May until December; Of all the things that happened there That's all that I remember” (Cullen 9-12). These four lines show that this experience stuck with the poem’s narrator. Without even knowing him, a young boy committed a startling display of discrimination towards the speaker and effected him to the point where that incident was all the speaker could remember about a seven month trip ("An Analysis of Countee Cullen’s ‘Incident’”). “Incident” relates to Martin Luther King Jr. Day in that it showcases the prejudice and hate Dr. King fought against.