How are the Bandar-log from “Kaa’s Hunting” like bullies? Throughout the story all the Bandar-log did was create chaos and bully hurt animals.The Bandar-log are liars, thieves, and cheaters just like real life bullies. The Bandar-log believe they are better than everyone in the jungle and abuse hurt animals for attention and amusement. The author Rudyard Kipling portrays the Bandar-log as uncivilized monkey people with no law. The Bandarlog speak and think they are better than everybody else.
What the fuck happened?” Michael says, “Chill, man. The kids were just being kids. Your girlfriend’s a pussy, that’s all.” From not too far away, we hear one of the Howler Monkeys screech. Then Vilgot says, “He pinned her arms!” Bane says, “He told us to tickle her!” Kyran says, “Shut up, kid! Go sit over there.” He points to the café tables.
Even though “The Monkey’s Paw” and “What of this Goldfish Would You Wish?” have many similarities, evidence shows the two stories have less in common. Many of the differences ly within plot. In “The Monkey’s Paw” the characters are given 3 wishes from a magical monkey paw, but with the wishes comes terrible consequences. After wishing for 200 pounds, Mr. and Mrs.White are given the dreadful news that their
With uncontrollable fear all people can think to do is get out of the situation. And curiosity has you just heading into things without rationally thinking. The characters in these following stories all acted upon their own tricky emotions. In the Monkey’s Paw the characters go through a quick session of bad choices. Mr. White, the main protagonist, pulled the Monkey’s Paw out of the fire in curiousity (pg 187).
Mr. White stops his wife from letting their son in and makes his last wish for their son to be dead again. “At that same moment, he found the monkey's paw, and frantically breathed his last wish.” If you are greedy Karma will come back to affect you. In, “ The Monkey’s Paw,” by W.W. Jacobs, Mr. White and Mrs White Mermaid if you are greedy, karma will come back and affect you. “The Monkey's Paw,” is a short story that tells us how karma will affect you when you're greedy. In the beginning, a couple is told of a monkey's paw with three wishes and the consequences that it carries.
“We received no food. We lived on snow; it took the place of the bread.” (Wiesel pg 100) For every individuals hair that is kept in the case at the memorial museum in Auschwitz, needs a voice. These human beings were killed in horrible dehumanizing ways. They were ordered to either the gas chambers or the crematorium; or they died because of their bad health. “We did not know, as yet, which was the better side, right or left, which road led to prison and which led to the crematorium” (Wiesel pg 32) Innocent people were tricked into walking right into the gas chambers.
The monkey symbolises evolution of humans as we came from them. Melinda hands a penny over to a monkey and it takes it, showing that humans are very alike. Humans too, are greedy and have a matching nature. Hornbeck says after the monkey takes the penny “How could you ask of better proof than that? There 's the father of the human race!”(Lawrence and Lee 16).
Finally when Westley goes to save Buttercup he agrees to fight Humperdinck even though he has little strength and can barely stand; showing that he never refuses a challenge from an equal and never turns his back upon a foe. Another characteristic shown in this movie are supernatural elements and mystery. After Wesley outsmarts Vizzini he takes Buttercup into the Fire Swamp in order to escape from Humperdinck. In the swamp they face flame spurts, giant bursts of fire from the ground, they also have to face R.O.U.S.’s (rodents of unusual sizes). These rodents that are about half the height of a man and eat any living thing.
A Strange Twist of Fate is a nonfictional story. When a young boy named Kevin gets hit by a baseball bat. Penny helps him not knowing that he would one day return the favor by saving her from choking. The characters in A Strange Twist of Fate have incredible similarities to the characters in the fictional story The Lion and the Mouse. In The Lion and the Mouse, a Lion catches a little mouse and spares his life.
Punishments such as being wiped or starved were part of the harsh conditions they had to face. Nazi treated these real people as if they weren't even alive. Wiping them ad beating them as if their lives didn't even matter. “So he beat me, what can I tell you? Only thank God, Anja didn't get also such a beating, she wouldn't live” (Spiegelman 57).