Eckels learns a very big lesson that ends his life tragically at the end of the story. II. Body Paragraph 1 Topic sentence: Firstly, the setting portrays the theme of the story of when the dinosaur is shot in the eyes that killed it brutally and also took the trees along with it that was from a very long time ago. Example:
So, he armed his men and started shooting the big green giant with there bow and arrows while he cut the ropes off the rocks and slowly started floating away still shooting their bows. Boo got mad... Very mad… He grabbed 17 men off the boat and ripped them apart and ate them all in one bite. He noticed that the boat had started to float away. So, he jumped in the water and swam as fast as a marlin and caught up to it and slammed his fist on the humongous boat.
Crash landed on Earth…he only uses his powers for good, never for evil.” As Hogarth places the comic book down among the others spread across the ground, the Iron Giant’s eyes dart to the cover of Atomo—a giant “metal menace. The cover depicts a fifty-foot tall metal monster with lasers beaming from its eyes, vaporizing an entire village and killing all its people. The Iron Giant looks at the cover with horror, recognizing his physical resemblance to Atomo as if he were looking into a broken mirror. Hogarth tries to
He went running and next thing you know you hear something strange a big loud noise and he try to find where it was coming from and he noticed the big fat monster leg, all hairy and flurry colored Black . He grabbed his long sword. He got closer, and closer to the monster. Then the huge monster stop what he was doing and stated sniffing. He smelled human blood.
Only wearing his armor and carrying his great sword Naegling, he calls the dragon for a challenge of battle. When the Dragon comes up from the earth’s floor all of Beowulf’s great comrades ran in fear, all except for Wiglaf. Beowulf strikes the Dragon in the head with his sword, but the sword breaks. The dragon gets a chance to bite Beowulf on the neck with his poisonous venom. Wiglaf runs to his rescue where he stabs the dragon in the stomach and the dragon returns the act with fire, scorching Wiglaf’s hand.
Montag became overwhelmed with aggression, which increased his overall unpredictability, further magnifying the notion that there was a major turn of events. The last part of the climax encompassed Montag’s meeting with the mechanical hound. “It made a single last leap into the air coming down at Montag from a good three feet over his head, its spidered legs reaching the procaine needle snapping out its single angry tooth. Montag caught it with a bloom of fire, a single wondrous blossom that curled in petals of yellow and blue and orange about the metal dog, clad it in a new covering as it slammed into Montag and threw him ten feet back against the bole of a tree, taking the flame gun with him.” (Bradbury 114) For the record, this encounter was the second most action-packed meeting Montag had in the story, preceded by only the conflict between Montag and Beatty. The hound was designed to hunt down and kill fugitives on the run, but Montag turned the tide by destroying the hound, with only a numb leg to tell the tale.
Finally, Fury establishes the complexion of a historical drama film through the numerous occurrences of human sacrifice which ultimately ends in the death of a significant character in the film. An example of this human sacrifice occurs during the climax of the film when the sole remaining tank is tasked with intercepting a German SS infantry unit, hell bent, parading across the country to attack the Allies ' vulnerable rear lines and troop hospital with significant numbers of defenceless, wounded soldiers. The members of Fury must defend the crossroads and blood will be spilt. After having two of the already divided platoon of tanks destroyed by a devastatingly powered Tiger I tank, Fury is the last hope for defending the crossroads separating
Then she snapped her fingers again. She transformed into a monster with spine-chilling bloody red eyes and teeth like a ferocious beast. The creature said, “He’s forever mine. Go and enjoy the rest of your pitiful life.” After expressing those horrible words, the creature vanished into thin air just like his son. Martha sprinted over to John yelling “Where is Timmy?” “Timmy is gone.
The flags are “scarlet” and “snowy white,” they have not been dirtied or scarred by battles unlike the men. The way they wave is also different with the way the soldiers are mounted. In the end, it is up to the reader’s discretion to think where the flags are acting an image that unifies, or as a completely different thing from the horses, river, and the soldiers. In Robert Frost’s Acquainted With The Night, he uses symbols and images to set a tone of not only seclusion but also silence and loneliness. These tones are induced by the themes of night, rain, and incredible height.
However, I ’d have to say that i personally don 't think so. For one hishe actions simply dictate otherwise. Take this for instance: “Eyes were watching his evil steps, / Waiting to see his swift hard claws. / Grendel snatched at the first Geat / He came to, ripped him apart,cut / His body to bits with powerful jaws, / Drank the blood from his veins and bolted / Him down, hands and feet; death / And Grendel 's great teeth came together,/ snapping life shut. Then he stepped to another / Still body, clutched at beowulf with his claws, / Grasped at a strong hearted wakeful sleeper”.