For example, Ender faces an external conflict with his commander Bonzo, who is “full of hate” toward him (Card 209). Bonzo creates a conflict because he is angry that Ender is winning many of the battles that occur at the Battle School. This displays the theme because there is a conflict and Bonzo is being ruthless during the conflict between the two boys. Late Bonzo rallies some other people to fight Ender in the bathroom. This leads to a fight.
Once at the military barracks he is still determined to not lose himself and his morals and therefore is often getting himself and the other young soldiers into trouble, “Kammel wants you to run round the shithouse” (40). Kotze slowly but surely breaks Campbell down until his only instinct is to survive and get out of this war alive, “within myself I’ve got principles… but like here we’ve just got to survive” (61). Campbell by the end of the play is so psychologically damaged by the war and the military training that eventually he betrays himself and shoots the already injured Black
That is not the case because Hammurabi’s code was more negative towards everyone than positive. Hammurabi’s code interfered with others lives, prevented protection of the weak and created fear among the people. To begin with, Hammurabi’s code of law was unjust because it interfered with others lives. A mesopotamian man was allowed to disown his son whenever he pleased. Also, If the son hits his father, his hands will be cut off (Document C).
There is no legitimate reason to make anyone touch their own coffin, other to be cruel, mean, and spiteful. That was exactly what the narrator did, and if his brother would not touch it he was going to leave him there. At that point in the story Doodle did not know how to walk so he would not have been able to get down at all. The narrator is also needlessly cruel to Doodle when Hurst writes “The knowledge that Doodle’s and my plans had come to naught was bitter, and that streak of cruelty within me awakened. I ran as fast as I could, leaving him far behind with a wall of rain dividing us” (360).
When Ender made it to the ship, Colonel Graff made all the other kids hate him. Another theme in the book is, don't trust anyone. As Ender grows up, he only trusts valentine. Going through out battle school, he realizes after the final simulation that he shouldn't have trusted Colonel Graff because he didn't tell him that the final simulation was real. One final theme that was noticed is, Friends or Enemies?
Eventually the socs flee from the scene and run home. A character by the name of Ponyboy is badly beaten up as well as his other friends, and brother. According to the greasers, they were very hurt but they didn’t care because they get to keep their territory, and they will not get bullied by the socs anymore. This evidence proves that two wrongs don’t make a right because you do not have to resort to violence in order to get your point
Ahimsaka Kumara was born in the family of Brahmin, the chaplain of King Kosala and was known in his young age as the Son of Mantani. The other students were jealous of him and eventually managed to turn his teacher (the teacher was not a follower of the Buddha) against him. As a result, in order to get rid of him, his teacher made the outrageous demand that to receive the high teaching that he desired, Ahimsaka must first kill one thousand people. Amazingly, Ahimsaka did not at this point give up, but he continued to trust his teacher, trusting that this shocking demand must somehow be for overall good. So he set out to complete his task.
Charlie Gordon, the main character in the story also a mentally challenged 32 year old, is picked by a group of scientists to have an experimental surgery to boost his intelligence. Mrs. Kinnian, charles teacher at the school for the mentally challenged, recommended Charlie for this procedure because he is determined to do anything to become intelligent. The scientist who will help him along his journey are Dr. strauss and Professor Nemur. They start him off by telling him he has to keep a journal and the reader is reading this short story that Charlie writes. The reader can tell that Charlie isn 't too bright just by reading the first few journal entries.
Killing Laius and his men is an overreaction to his anger. This violent outburst shows that he has no self control and he does not show any remorse for what he has done. He also looses his temper with Tiresias when he is trying to explain the oracle to him. It is because of his anger that the oracle becomes true and in the end he looses everything good around him including his children and his sight. Oedipus constantly pushes people away that are only trying to help him, as if accepting help makes him seem