In this excerpt from "The Interlopers," the two characters are Ulrich von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym. These two are sworn enemies, though the author, Saki, does not directly state why they despise each other. One night, they crossed paths in a dark forest, each on a quest to find and murder the other. They both carried rifles, but before they could inflict bodily harm on the other person, a storm caused a beech tree to collapse and hold the helpless men to the ground. They were bloody, weak, and hurt, and there was nothing each man could do except wait for his group to discover their plight and rescue him.
At last, the war has ended, they have both lost to nature: “Who are they?" asked Georg quickly, straining his eyes to see what the other would gladly not have seen. "Wolves.". ”(6) They both end up eaten by wild wolves since they are both stuck under trees.
In Animal Farm, when Napoleon found out someone was in league with Snowball, a former leader allege to be treasonous, he had to take drastic measures leaving many animals to contemplate. “They were shaken and miserable. They did not know which was more shocking -- the treachery of the animals who had leagued themselves with Snowball, or the cruel retribution they had just witnessed.” (VII, 74). Petrified by the sight of animals killing other animals, the animals left cannot bring themselves to believe what they had just seen for they had been told that killing one another is considered immoral as dictated and written in their own commandments.
The cause of the darkness in their nature A. Zaroff and hunting B. Prosser and being beaten down his whole life 3. The effects of those causes A. Zaroff, and hunting ultimately being his demise B. Prosser and being abused leads to a shooting rampage that ultimately cost him his life
Both of their cravings are to rid themselves of their family quarrel, and to be the victorious. In the end George and Ulrich both get ensnared under a tree and they settle their feud. Wretchedly, wolves find the men first. “The Story of an Hour’s” protagonist is Mrs. Mallard, is an older woman with a heart condition. Suffering from a heart condition, isn’t the only thing that pains Mrs. Mallard… it’s all so her marriage.
Why does feuding play such a significant role in Beowulf? Blood-feuds cause strife and destruction. During the Freawaru-Ingeld marriage, a blood-feud was sparked easily; as well as in the story of Finn. In this book, everlasting truces are not plausible.
Jack began to stutter, “We thought he was the beastie”. The judge asked, “What's this thing you call a beastie?” Ralph answers, “A monster, and we all murdered him by beating him and stabbing him because we thought he was the beastie”. We always “saw something big and horrid moving in the trees”(Golding 85).The judge was enranged. Simons mother had begun to sob even harder, saying to herself, “I can't believe this”.
“The forest lands territorial possession.” 2. The Interlopers was basically the feud because the feud had caused trouble with the 2 families which could not bring any reconciliation. The feud made them want to kill each other all because of this land. Of course, the tree was the main reason that brought them together and made up their differences and forgot about the land.
Fear drives people to sporadic actions through characters, proverbs, and motif of strength. Fear drives Ekwefi to act quickly. Ekwefi hurries through Okonkwo’s hut and goes outside “Where are you going?” he asked. “I am following Chielo,” she replied and disappeared in the darkness (103).
Tom Brennan also added to Daniels rage when Daniel was angry by trying to stop him from doing something stupid and starting a fight. The community of Mumbilli could also be perpetrators altogether in a way because when they were still in Mumbilli the Brennan’s got a lot of hate from the town even having “shame on you Brennan’s” (P. 174) written on their back wall at their Mumbilli
There are a variety of sins committed in the play, Hamlet, by William Shakespeare. Much of the conflict is caused by different levels of lust, envy, greed, and wrath. However, the most prevalent of all sins that keeps showing up throughout the work is pride. The character of the play that shows most pride is the main protagonist, Hamlet.
John Steinbeck, the author of “Of Mice and Men” is about two ranch workers who have been together for a long time. The two workers are named George and Lennie. George Milton is described as small and with very sharp features and his partner Lennie Small is huge and a hard worker. Lennie however has a learning disability and George tries the best he can to keep him out of trouble. Sometimes the pair can have some trouble with each other but they always get through it together.