In Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee the conflicts occur when the Americans are fighting against the Sioux, to take their land. Senator Dawes and Charles Eastman attempt to give Sioux millions of dollars for their land, but they do not accept it. Eventually, the Americans feel that the only way they will gain land is battle. They went to Wounded Knee and ruthlessly killed men women and children of the Sioux tribe. The main conflict in Dances with Wolves was Sioux against American, which differs from the other film.
They have killed his horse, they have killed his wolf, and he knows the time will come when they kill the Indians. This recognition is made clear and most significant in the film by showing the journal washing down the river showing that the past is no longer a part of his life. He has a new life and different future. Dances with Wolves knows that more soldiers will come looking for him and he does not want to lead them to the people he has come to know as his
“At this there was a terrible baying sound outside, and nine enormous dogs … came bounding into the barn. They dashed straight for Snowball … ” (Orwell 66). Tito was willing to start a bloody war to get rid competition, such as Mihajlovic. Whenever Napoleon questioned an animals’ loyalty, he would get one of his monstrous dogs and kill the animal, similar to Tito’s actions (Orwell 92). Before Tito started his rule, he was a successful secretary general (Judah).
Buck was taken from an ordinary and peaceful life with his family, then thrown into a new world, everything in it was hectic and chaos happened almost every moment. Buck has been controlled throughout the story, like when he was Hal, Charles and mercedes. They mistreated Buck, they beat Buck for trying to rest. They overfed Buck and the team when all they needed was rest. Buck was trying to help himself in any way he could.
“His master’s voice acted on Buck like an electric shock, He sprang to his feet and ran up the bank ahead of the men to the point of his previous departure,” (London, 100). This quote is saying that, ever since Buck was saved (Hal was beating Buck to death) by John Thornton (Buck’s last and one of his better treating owners) Buck felt he has to repay him so when he saw John in trouble he went after him not thinking about himself only about his owner’s life. “In the summers there is one visitor, however, to that valley... It is a great, gloriously coated wolf, like, and yet unlike, all other wolves. He crosses alone from the smiling timber land and comes down into an open space among the trees,” (London, 133).
Rainsford had hated Whitney ever since the incident, and seeked revenge. They were on a hunting trip to Dadqalato Island and he had the perfect opportunity. Whitney had just gunned down a massive elk and turned around expecting to be congratulated by his partner. Instead he saw Rainsford holding a gun with a disturbing look on his face. Whitney soon realized what was happening and cried, “Please don-”.
That's what Atticus shows to his kids, he teaches them. He's teaching his kids how to read and write but he's also teaching them what's right and wrong in life like what he said,” most people are, Scout, when you finally see them”. He's always teaching his kids everyday. Atticus shows great example of being a good, learning man. He's learned how to read and write and is passing it down to his kids.
Buck soon learns that only the strong survive in this cold wild life. Spitz is Bucks number one rival, and the leader original leader of Bucks old sled team. Spitz is referred to as a devils dog when he is fighting another man. When Buck came around Spitz had met his rival
As a child, Fast Horse is confident, arrogant, strong and shows signs of a warrior and leader of his people. Boss Ribs envisions that Fast Horse will assume his role in the tribe as the keeper of the Beaver Medicine Bundle. While on a horse raid with Fast Horse, one of the tribe’s leaders named Yellow Kidney is captured and tortured, including having his figures cut off. Fast Horse blames himself for Yellow Kidney’s fate. Fast Horse falls into a state of depression and leaves the tribe in a state of shame.
Which was caused by his desperate to be intelligent that illustrates how he perseveres through the whole experiment. Last time he did this the Rorschach test, “[he had] pretend[ed] a fowntan pen with ink leeking all over a table cloth.”(Keyes 6) As the effect of the experiment reached to it’s peak, Charlie’s use of scientific words is increasing which is causing no more grammatical or language usage mistakes. For a man who is 37 years old, learning and remembering things would be pretty hard. But Charlie Gordon is a man who never gives up, and is forever willing to do anything that makes himself in a good social status. In addition, he was very strict with himself himself when he was “trying to cram a lifetime of research and thought into a few weeks” (Keyes 28).
Billy, on the other hand, is not consistently moral. In the beginning, he has good intentions of taking the wolf back to its homeland; he cares for it and protects it from humans. In the end, when the crippled dog comes to him for help, he chases it away in a cruel manner. Even though he comes to his senses and calls for the dog afterward, he is somewhat already morally corrupted; he is no different from the men who had brutalized the wolf. (general moral