Russell Westbrook was selected to play the role as the Mechanical Hound for many reasons. Russell Westbrook and James Harden on the Thunder seemed very tense, just like Guy and the Hound were at the firestation. Montag felt very nervous because of how powerful and frightening the Hound was. Once James Harden left the Thunder for the Rockets, Westbrook has been on a journey to beat him at every chance he gets when he plays Harden. That is just like when the Mechanical Hound is sent to find and kill Montag when he disobeys the law and he kills Beatty.
He yells, stalks, and questions his every move because he suspects that Montag is hiding books in his house. Towards the end Montag is found guilty of having books and is forced to burn down his house. Although he actually burned his house, Millie was still inside and afterwards the hound was forced to attack Montag. It jumped at him and started to stick the needle in his led and inject the serum yet Montag was still holding the flamethrower and used it to destroy the hound. Once he destroyed the hound he began to burn Beatty alive.
He ended up getting found and someone named Captain Beatty, told Montag to just burn the house down room by room and escape that way. Captain Beatty kept nagging Montag about why books were so important and why he wanted to have a stack so bad. Montag, getting mad, flips the switch on his flame thrower and ends up burning Beatty. Once Montag was gone from the city, he tried to be a better person and escape the man he used to be. Montag, at the end, does believe he is a better character and believes he is very different than what he used to be.
This leads to his call to action. “The captain’s dead. He found the audio-capsule, head heard your voice, he was going to trace it. I killed him with the flamethrower.” (Bradbury 124). Shocked at what he had done, he came to the realization that he has to disappear, and disappear
A Psyche of the Impactful Characters of Fahrenheit 451 The novel Fahrenheit 451 brings to mind the technological obsession and the deficiency of interaction between human beings. The author, Ray Bradbury, fabricates a world where firefighters incinerate books of owners along with all their belongings instead of saving them, creativity and curiosity are forsaken, and books are illegal. Possessing any kind of book will result in the readers’ home and books to be burned, and then the owner will be placed in jail. With the drastic change of perspective on society through the help of a knowledgable person , the main character was able to go against the conformity of society. By examining the issues of the novel and the characters struggle to change people’s stance on knowledge, the
People tend to create a first opinion of something depending on how it looks like. In “The Dog of Caucomgomoc” by Boardman Hawes, people start to create fake myths about this dog after the death of his master, all of this because of his scary appearance. Only Gordon Low, the man who saw how this dog took care of his owner, knows his real personality, and finally will show the world they were wrong. Through the reactions of the afraid dog to the inhabitants, "The Wild Dog of Caucomgomoc" explores how fear can show a wrong facet of a person making others judge by first appearances. After the death of the dog’s master, Boardman Hawes shows how the people start saying that now this dog has something “sombre” only because his owner had it (Paragraph 5).
Othello also demands more proof, so Iago gives Desdemona’s handkerchief to Othello that he had happened to get his hands on earlier. Iago continues to dig himself deeper and the conversation between Othello and Iago takes a dramatic turn. Othello swears he will kill his wife, Iago then encourages Othello to kill his wife. Thus completely going against what Roderigo is asking him to do. Once the fifth act comes Iago goes from talking about killing to just killing people.
Romeo tried to save Mercutio, but when Mercutio died, a bomb went off in Romeo’s head and he wanted to kill Tybalt. He said to him, “Either thou or I must go with him”(III.i.127) Romeo then fought Tybalt with an uncontrollable rage that ultimately led to Tybalt’s death under Romeo’s hand. This wasn’t the last time this happens in the book, but this was likely the greatest example of emotions taking control of a person’s actions. The consequences of this time was death, the most irreversible of
“Montag only said, We never burned right… Hand it over, Guy, said Beatty with a fixed smile. And then he was a shrieking blaze” (Bradbury 113). Montag’s last encounter with Beatty pushed him over the edge by first threatening to find Faber and kill him, which made Montag turn off the safety switch (STEWE-2) After killing Beatty, the government labeled Montag a criminal. “He was three hundred yards downstream when the Hound reached the river” (Bradbury 133). Montag acts against his society by running away from the punishment they have decided to give him.
*Most of all, bad owners are being held responsible for the wrongs they do and teach these animals. * What are the cons of breed specific regulations? It stops families from having bully breeds as pets, people fear the dogs may turn on them or bite children. It stops people from adopting or rescuing a pit bull because they now believe they are not able to be rehabilitated. It promotes the stereotyping of certain dog breeds.
The park would be unsafe because theres many dogs unleash running wild. Some people dont like the idea of the city spending money to make a park for a dog. The park would be field with dogs barking endless. In the writting "No Dog Park For Muscatine" it 's stated that building a dog park would be a burden on taxpayers and a lawsuit waiting to happen. Dogs are creaters that need certain attention so they can feel loved.
And he gets scared because he hid books he stole from the places where the firemen burned houses. And if the hound found out it would kill him. The next day, he goes to work and the alarm rings and they go to the house and he sees his own house. He asks Beatty if his wife and friends rang the alarm, and Beatty say that her friends did then she did. After, Beatty makes him burn down his house he turns and kills Beatty with the blaze.