Odysseus saw all his men die in a way a human would rarely see. PTSD is when you see something tragic and can’t forget what happened and that’s what Odysseus has from all his men that die in a tragic way. Human get PTSD not only from sexual way, you get it also by seeing something you shouldn’t see like people dying in a way you wouldn’t imagine. The first cause that Odysseus catches PTSD is when he and his men went to the cyclops land. At the cyclops land Polyphemus killed two of Odysseus men well he ate them.
He decapitates a sow and hangs the bloody head on a stick. Under Jack's leadership, Roger twists the spear in the rectum of the sow and the sow screams in agony "He slowly drives his spear into the anus of the sow, torturing it more than killing it” (Golding ) Jack and the other hunters laugh when they see where Roger's spear is located. They think it is funny. Jack has lost his good reasoning. His good senses are replaced with chaos, disorder, and evil.
After the exile of Oedipus, Creon became the king of Thebes, which placed a lot of power in his hands. With this sudden shift in authority, Creon's tragic flaw becomes more noticeable. When in an argument with Haemon, Creon's son, he states his position on the opposite sex, “If we must fall from power, let that come at some man’s hand—at least, we won’t be called inferior to any women” (353). This reveals his excessive pride, hubris, because he worries that his image would be tarnished if ever doing something imposed by a women. With this condescending perspective, he is led to believe that he is above all others, which leads to his free choice.
Being logical is important to Baron as he professed his purpose that not everyone is capable of writing. Historical figures such as Martin Luther reasoned that “you just read one good book, which you can read over and over-the gift that keeps on giving-not a lot of bad books that will just fill your head with error just to confuse you”(Baron 709). If a book is exceptional, it should make its readers read it over and over again. This is a topic that is endangered when too many books or materials exist. The issue of unimportant logic comes into play when too much is created.
If you 've ever seen an episode of Game Of Thrones you would know that the episodes are very violent and not appropriate for children, or most teens for that matter. Regardless if you continued watching you eventually meet a ‘colorful’ character, Gregor Clegane. Pictured above, you may have noticed the blood on his chest. This is standard for him as he enjoys murder and blood sport. “[Gregor Clegane kills the prisoners very brutally and mercilessly while Cersei watches.
There were no words, and no movements but the tearing of teeth and claws” (153). Piggy is also killed, out of hatred from Jack’s group. Jack has now killed two people. Both were part of Ralph’s group. Jack feels that Ralph should also be dead, and orders his tribe to kill him.
According to Gottman, couples do practice more kindness is less likely to divorce. By having both quantitative and qualitative data, her argument is more compelling. Some of the real life details also bring an emotion hook to the readers. Throughout the article, her tone is neutral and informative. Although it can be hard to hear the author’s feeling when she is writing, the readers have access to the facts that support it.
The conspicuous sign of this is the murder of his significant other. Her wrongdoing is scarcely displayed as sexual; despite the fact that he admits that other men could draw her "become flushed," he additionally says a few common wonders that propelled her support. But he was headed to kill by her refusal to spare her upbeat looks exclusively for him. This interest for control is likewise reflected in his association with the agent. The whole sonnet has a decisively controlled dramatic energy, from the divulging of the drape that is suggested to go before the opening, to the way he gradually uncovers the points of interest of his story, to his accepting of the emissary's enthusiasm for the story ("outsiders like you… .
I would sign the response but it would take longer for me to figure out the vocabulary in ASL than just say it aloud. Not speaking before class, during class, and when there are breaks is important in order to completely appreciate and respect the language. I like not speaking because I am an introvert and shy, so I find communicating easier with ASL. Even though I’m not very good at expressing myself while speaking, I feel more comfortable signing what I would say. I prefer to sign with my classmates, but when they talk to me speaking is faster for me to respond rather than writing my response or signing it.
It ishard nowing that my writing is not at its strong point, but I am willing to tae any chance that isgiven to me, to strengthen my writing process. With that being said, it is a little obvious that writing is not one of my strong points. I need to enhance my confidence on improving my writing abilities because I believe confidence plays an important role with being able to completeany important tas. +o with me not being confident with my writing abilities I tend to hesitate when it comes to me having to illustrate my thoughts and feelings. !s I write this paper I do feel accomplished by finishing this assignment, but I have not reached the level of confidence I feel I need.