“Only the monstrous anger of the guns” is from second line in first stanza. This line represents the gun as a person, as it says it has a feeling of monstrous anger. By describing as monstrous anger, it would mean it is at the very high level of anger that no one could stop it, since anger already describes how violent the guns’ act towards the people. Referring to the line one from stanza one, which is the previous line, it is answering its own rhetorical question. In the battle field, what marks people death is the bullet from the monstrous gun.
For instance, the animals, under the command of Napoleon and Snowball, declare the Battle of Cowshed to end humans’ dominance over them at the Manor Farm. They choose brutal methods to torment their enemies, whom they consider as tyrants. Moreover, during the battle, Boxer, a naïve and strong male horse, accidently kills a boy. This proves the recklessness of violent behavior and how people engaged in a violent conflict target everyone, including the innocent such as children. Therefore, the violent behavior of the pigs and other animals once again reminds the reader of human cruelty, which makes it impossible for a utopic society to
The warfare which caused by human also brings many disasters back to the human world. It caused thousands of youngsters’ death and separations of thousands of families. Even god and belief cannot save the soldiers’ lives, so both two writers write how terrible the wars are and how big effects the wars can bring to people’s minds. They try to appeal to stop the wars by writing these anti-war poetries. Several literary techniques are used in the poetry to emphasize their attitudes.
It took so much strength for not only the soldiers to fight but also the people in the concentration camps. If you were to go outside you would see the most awful sight you could’ve ever imagined. You would walk out, and you would find your brothers and sisters on the ground, killed for who they are, because they aren’t good enough, because they believe in a certain religion, because it isn’t what other people want. The people in the concentration camps were never safe. Every day, they had to hope and pray that they wouldn’t die, and some of them didn’t.
Toward the ending, we see C. W. Pollard father to get mercy for his son he sets a trap for Bonnie and Clyde. In background we could hear the music which was giving a tense feeling that will something bad happen. Actually, it did happen, cruel deaths of Bonnie and Clyde. They got ambushed by the police and brutally assassinated by machine guns. I didn’t like this ending of the film because it was a lot of violence and it was really sad.
Attacks and counter-attacks would alternate and “slowly the dead pile up in the field” with less people to fight for their own country (Remarque). This has to be one of the most frightening things, to witness attacks and the death of your comrades, and not know which day may be your last. This novel portrays the Horrors of War extremely well and each horror is described so well that you can visualise the troubles that each soldier went
Down the line in the poem the farmer finds another means on how to kill the woodchucks and feel like this is the only option to get rid of them, however, wants the woodchucks to not feel the pain. The speaker starts to accumulate hatred as his humanity drives away. Kumin is illustrating the speaker as a pacifist farmer who’s wicked intent gets the best of him. Kumin also inserts two metaphors about the Holocaust, which gives a creative and new perspective on the poem, that this is what was inside the mind of Nazi troops. This has a correlation to everyone has a murderous intent deep inside.
They make people fight against each others for problems that can be solved with dialogue and eloquence. During wars, millions of people are killed and entire countries are devastated, sometimes for nothing. When wars end, people recover and stablish peace just for others to attack them again. The sadly truth about wars is that they constantly occur Although people are against it because at the end they are the ones that get affected by it. Wars cause panic and pain to everyone that is involved, hopefully someday wars and discrimination will
Wiesel uses unsettling images with the intent to control the audience’s moral compass. Images of children dying “every minute” of “disease, violence, [and] famine” strike the audience with discomfort and a desire to end the agony which the kids feel (Wiesel). Similarly, Wiesel himself details the “most tragic of all prisoners” within his concentration camp, who “were dead and did not know it” (Wiesel). The pictures of unimaginable horror are powerful enough to force reality upon the audience and leave them with the need to support actions of change. Guilt also arises from Wiesel’s statement that “it is so much easier to look away from victims” (Wiesel).
Naturally, the victor can be the person who was responsible for killing the children of that particular district. For the poor districts the Games are about living in constant fear of either death or losing one of their loved ones. The violent events in the arenas might entertain the Capitol residents, but “they cannot fool those in the districts, who are faced every day with the signifiers of violent repression” such as whippings or executions (Day