The Desolation of Smaug is the second movie of a three-part series. I choose this move because there are a lot of scenes that show the concisions of greed but I’m only ongoing to look at two the dragon greed for the gold and how it consumes him and makes him over confident, then there’s Bilo (the main character) and his golden ring that makes him invisible. The Gold ring makes Bilo greedy and obsessed with the ring. The greed that Bilo has for the ring creates an anger person inside and this is displayed well with in the film by him snapping at anyone that want to see the ring. After the first 6 weeks of class I watched The Desolation of Smaug again knowing I was doing my final paper on Greed and I know have a known found respect for anything doing with the Arts and Humanity.
Our main character Bilbo faces many challenges from trolls to greedy dragons. But his main goal is to help his fellow dwarves recover the gold and riches that were stolen long ago by the evil dragon, Smaug. (Jackson). In the movie Peter Jackson changes two details that I think are not effective to the story line. The first change is to the character Gollum who he makes a lot more uneducated and clueless in his version.
Gandalf uses his voice manipulation to make him sound as if he is one of the trolls. When he imitates the troll 's voice he is able to trick trolls through magic. According to the movie, Jackson makes Bilbo speak to the trolls on how to cook dwarf, which Gandalf in the book does by using his voice manipulation to stall Bert, Tom, and William. Bilbo tells the trolls that cooking dwarf should be done when they don’t have skin, to make their meat tastier. This advice Bilbo uses stalls the trolls, so they will be killed by the rising of the sun which the director accomplished to make the movie more interesting.When, Peter Jackson uses the different lighting and angles to get a close up on Bilbo face, he makes this part of the movie more intriguing.
Ender understands that, putting more pressure on him to do something valentine cannot do.The stress is soon shown taking effect, as later in the scene, Ender bursts into tears many times. Symbolism in this scene is shown as the dragon, reflecting upon Ender’s personality, how he is ruthless, logical, and clever. The unicorn shows valentine’s character in terms of light, loving, and
Initially, “The Great Gatsby” can be seen as a painfully typical love story. As much as it is pretentious and unfortunate, it is a love story nonetheless. What makes it different than the average romantic novel is the symbolism and meaning that lays underneath the expensive lives of Nick Careaway and his upstart friends. The themes of “The Great Gatsby” are diverse and incoherently complex. The variety of motives and characteristics make reading the novel a sincerely unique experience, since the story and its’ morals will usually be what the readers makes them out to be in the end.
The ring persuades its bearer to listen to his shadow. It takes the negative and evil parts of its bearer that he is ashamed of or refuses to acknowledge and lets them rule und mislead the person. Frodo in on an adventure discovering his collective unconscious; he listens more to his shadow than to his anima and therefore he struggles with bearing the ring. What is missing is a female representing Frodo’s anima; he struggles at the end because his shadow is easily persuaded. The only one who can resist the power of the ring is Sam; he represents the self, for he integrated his ego with his shadow.
This allows Lewis, to make the point that we, too, have evidence of the consequences of good and bad choices, of Heaven and Hell, all around us all the time, too, and yet that doesn’t stop the effectiveness of skeptic arguments. Jealousy and resentment are two of the biggest things to let go of to have salvation. In the book, ghosts find themselves jealous of the angels’ appearance, clothing, and status. They resent not being angels themselves, as they feel entitled to it. Jealous of how many people seem to love the angels, they resent not being so loved themselves.
In doing so, the writing is given a feeling of importance due to the rise in the "..pomp and pleasure.." (line 3) as well as the "..pride and plenty.." (line 3) with the help of the alliteration present in the stanza. As the poem goes on, the money and its use increasingly grow questionable but are later rejected as it "..shows the spirit of an heir.." (line 12) in the making. Johnson even tries to add a bit of humor is worth by mentioning the names of several females as a way of enjoying his wealth. However, there seems to be an underlying meaning involving dark implications, which sound ironic. He implies this sense of darkness as a way of “fun” as he describes acres of land and houses being reduced down to “..only dirt..wet or dry..” (line 24).
Powerful words are used in the world of “Othello” and can create order or chaos. Othello uses language when he tells his stories of war to Desdemona and as a result wins her heart. A positive example of the power of language is how Othello and Desdemona fall in love (Krieger, 2012). “She wished she had not heard it, yet she wished that heaven had made her such a man” (I.iii.160-161). Iago
Is it not surprising how lust and love are so much related to each other yet particularly unique? Both seem to find their way into sentimental connections in the poems Porphyrias Lover and Adam and Eve it is passed on precisely how perilous both can be and in certain cases even deadly. Both poems sketch deep passion and disappointment in men when it comes to the women they have chosen. Both writers give you this sense of passion along with inhuman like behavior; the only difference is one man had a conscience. Porphriyas lover is the ideal case of how love can go wrong and how greatly it can overcome one 's thoughts and emotions.