The flying fish was the reason he could catch fish and survive. He even struggled to kill flying fish but the desperation of keep going and to live was so great that when he caught a Dorado, Pi bludgeoned a Dorado to death. The need to stay alive was so great that it turned Pi from gentle, animal lover person into someone who thirsted for the blood of sea turtles. “Lord, to think I’m a strict vegetarian. To think that when I was a child I always shuddered when I snapped open a banana because it sounded to me like the breaking of an animal’s neck.
Bananafish are greedy much like the countries who supported the war. Countries who wanted to rule the world with no dare for the cruelty and destruction suffered by so many, including Seymour Glass. According to the article “A Perfect Day for Bananafish Recommended Reading: 500 Classics Reviewed”, “...bananafish gorge themselves until they are too fat to escape the holes, thereby sealing their doom. Likewise, Seymour is a victim of gluttony” (“A Perfect Day for Bananafish Recommended Reading: 500 Classics Reviewed”). Seymour, a victim of war, was put on the front lines, a place of murder and combat.
Odysseus is mostly at fault in this situation. He should stop and actually think about the consequences of eating some random cheese in a cave that probably belongs to somebody. But because of his poor judgement, crewmen are killed and others barely escape. He is mostly responsible for his men eating the Cattle of the Sun, something he knows to not let them do. As a result of the crew eating the forbidden cattle, Zeus says “[he will] hit their racing ship with a white-hot bolt, [he will] tear it into splinters” (12.413-18).
In many zoos, animals are forced to live in prison-like cages for a large portion of their lives and are deprived of food. Harsh treatment like this can lead to aggressiveness and psychotic behavior. In the documentary “Blackfish”, which is a film that informs us about what really goes on behind the scenes of Seaworld, a killer whale named Tilikum had been deprived of food along with another whale. Tilikum was a new whale at the park and was training with an experienced whale, and when he would not perform the trick correctly the workers wouldn’t allow them to eat. This caused the other experienced whale to become frustrated with Tilikum and she would rake her teeth across his body, forming many scars.
After the expository phase of both the movie and novel, the shark attacks its first victim--a drunk woman named Crissy. The kill set off a bloodlust instinct in the shark that made it hungry for more, and that there is more food for him at this beach; This is why it keeps coming back, because normally sharks to not attack humans unless they are in distress. Unfortunately for the Crissy, she was swimming in an unconventional way which made her appear to the shark as prey. Throughout the rest of both the story and novel the shark proves as a nuisance to the mayor, Chief Brody, and the people of the town. After the death of the guy in the pond, and near death experience of his child, Brody seems to realize that this is a pressing issue that needs to be resolved now.
Introduction “My mission is to rescue. My dream is that one day, I won’t have to.” -Tia Torres There are many more animals that are out there, in the world without a home. You could help with dogs and cats from getting abandoned. You will learn about why people abandon their beloved friends, is because they treat them bad, they have too many health problems, and that the owners don’t even want them in the first place. Treated Badly Most of the animals that they have to get rid of them, or animal control takes them, is that they are being treated terribly.
Despite the original quest the new quest is more substantial and it is to survive being stranded at sea with dangerous zoo animals. His love and care for animals comes to a sudden halt; He has to fight and survive like a animal. There is one moment in the story where all his developed instincts were challenged. He was met with a school of flying fish that would jump out of the water and into the lifeboat. He had wrapped one fish in a blanket and intended to kill it with a hatchet.
Ralph, from Lord of The Flies, by William Golding, struggles between doing the right thing and doing what’s wrong. After being stranded on an island with a few dozen boys, conflict quickly emerges. There is an unsaid thirst for power by the oldest two boys: Ralph and, the antagonist, Jack. When given the problem of hunger, they both go to hunt, and are faced with a wild pig. The boys decided not to slain the pig because [They knew very well why he hadn’t; because of the enormity of the knife descending and cutting into living flesh; because of the unbearable blood.
Kill the pig! Bash him in!’”. The kids on the island see nothing wrong with continually singing this and recreating it. They can’t apprehend that they’ve turned into bloodthirsty beasts. Once they have gotten a taste of blood, they keep wanting more.
“No! Please don’t take my babies!” screeched the parrot, but the chimpanzees showed no mercy. As three of the chimpanzees ate the parrot’s eggs in front of the mother, the other chimpanzees killed the mother but did not eat her. The other jungle animals were horrified and appalled by the ruthless actions of the chimpanzees. The chimpanzees left The Jungle only to return the next day to commit more murders.