(C1) (Tr)In addition to Blanche's abnormal bathing and unhealthy obsession with young men Blanches illogical dread of light is displayed throughout the play insinuating that her (R)mental health is continuously demolishing. (C2) As the scenes of the play progress Blanche comes into contact with Mitch and is immediately drown to him.
The lice created a sour smell on the soldier. The soldiers lived in terrible conditions and couldn’t wash their clothes. The lice were hidden in het soldiers clothes so they could not be found. The itch was terrible and the used a candle over their legs to burn them. If they find lice you could hear him pop like popcorn.
The trenches unsheltered from the elements would become murky quagmires filled with filthy water which would lead to “trench foot” a form of gangrene caused by the foot being constantly emerged in water. Trench soldiers also were constantly infested with lice, ticks, flies, mosquitos. These pesky creatures carried with them annoying bites accompanied by deadly diseases such as west Nile and infected scalp. Diseases also ran rapid through the trenches. There was no formal or proper hygiene while in the trenches, and medical care was less than desirable.
Pollution is never ending it seems like and us humans are big contributes to it, we eat a sandwich at the beach and the plastic bag we had our sandwich in we throw it in the sand and the waves come to shore and pull it back into the ocean or the wind blows it into the ocean or even the seagulls in the sand digest it and that’s one of the biggest contributes to pollution in our oceans and becomes harmful to marine animals. When oil from rigs or tankers or even motor oil goes into the ocean it becomes very toxic to our marine life. Also, when loud noises are going on such as cars going by or loud ships, it has a impact on marine animals such as dolphins and whales. Pollution in the ocean is very serious and can cause serious issues to our marine life and cause decrease in the marine animals and even the animals around the ocean. But us humans can fix the amount of pollution going on in our oceans, are you willing to be one of them to decrease
The atmosphere in the morgue is described as nothing short of unpleasant, “When [Laurent] went in, he was sickened by the stale smell, a smell of washed flesh” (71). There is also the stifling humidity which caused “his clothes [to hang] against his shoulders, as though weighed down by the humidity of the walls” (71). The presence of water in the Morgue helps create that sickening and stifling atmosphere to accompany the corpses. Zola also pointed out that “there was a tinkling of running water”(71) in the Morgue to identify the presence of water in this place of death . This enforces the notion that water is death, or that it accompanies death hand in
Death was almost inevitable due to the kill-all order if the Americans were to win the war, the grotesque conditions the camps were under with rats everywhere, “climbing up his waste basket and wallowing in his urine pail, waking him at night by skittering over his face” (Hillenbrand 187), and the “floor was a thin [straw mat], which would be his bed, with three paper sheets… The walls were flimsy, the floorboards gaped, the ceiling was tarpaper” (Hillenbrand 199). Not to mention that the guards, wanting nothing but the suffering of the enemy internees, would beat the POWs with “such intensity that many of us wondered if we’d ever live to see the end of the war” (Hillenbrand 200). On the other hand, even though Manzanar was completed, “although finished was hardly a word for it. The shacks were built of one thickness of pine planking covered with tarpaper” (Houston 20), the intentions of the camp were as good as they could be considering the circumstances. “The Caucasian servers were thinking that the fruit poured over rice would make a good desert.” (Houston 20) The restrictions differed greatly in each camp endured as well.
“Streaks of dirt ran along the walls; here and there lay tangles of dust and garbage” (Kafka 33). Not only himself, his parents and relatives don’t consider him as a human. “All these items ended up in Gregor 's room, even the box of ashes and the garbage pail from the kitchen. The cleaning woman, always in a hurry, simply flung anything that was momentarily useless into Gregor 's room” (Kafka 35). Even though his body is dirty, he doesn’t want to clean himself.
Feeling sick and thinking of all the possible things that could happen to me if I got near the bee hive I start to become hesitant and run to the opposite of the backyard where nothing is and start to panic. I could smell the green plants and dusty sand that makes me feel sick to my stomach and started to taste every little particle of air that was around me until they drag me to the hose and force me. Shooting Fluffy with the hose nearly knocking him off the concrete I was able to get the bee’s off of him. It was the worst ten minutes of my day, Fluffy and I became drenched in water and decided to go roll around somewhere else after the bee’s got washed off. Then my sisters told me I faced my terror of bees and saved Fluffy from a dozen
The more swimming he does, the worse the weather gets and the colder he becomes (17). Towards the end, he is an absolute wreck, he cries because he is cold and weak, he has swam his way to his old house, deserted (25-26). Falling leaves, a storm, the temperature dropping and constellations changing leave an almost naked Neddy in winter, he sped through time by swimming in the pools. Alcohol is another metaphor, Neddy sees it as his solution to his unhappiness, this is odd because Neddy’s unhappiness is in the big picture, caused by alcohol. As the movie clearly states; his daughters were
The walls, normally white, were a brown sludge color with a hint of the green mold beginning. The smell made me gag, almost to the point of puking. The floors were still covered with the sludge of whatever the waters brought with them. I felt so bad for the kids, knowing that everything they had, was gone. Knowing how important this place was for them, I went ahead and started my job.
Picture having to spend your life in a dark, cold, and dirty sewer system. You can 't see much through the darkness, you 're constantly wet because of the water that 's flooded the tunnels, and you 're in danger due to dirty conditions, lack of visibility, and disease-carrying rats. Now imagine that the tunnel is also filled with other people who want to harm you. Sounds terrible, right? Clearly, this isn 't a life anyone would choose to live voluntarily.