In the beginning, when this news blasted out, Snowden claimed that he did not know the definition of whistleblower. From my perspective, traitor or criminal must pursue legal avenues for reining in the NSA, for example, seek out members of Congress. People who are elected by American citizens represent the whole country’s interests on significant matters of state. The action that Snowden undoubtedly harm the benefits of home country. Additionally, since his action had indeed caused an unavoidable effect, Snowden must take the responsibility for what he had done.
Mrs. Walker’s abuse of her husband is only one facet of her twisted psyche. Washington Irving’s tale, “The Devil and Tom Walker,” satirically criticizes the people of 1720s Boston for their greed through characters such as Mrs. Walker. Because her motivation is control, Mrs. Walker’s psychological state is abusive and her actions result in her death. Mrs. Walker’s violent tendencies often victimize Tom and expose her as an abusive character. Irving writes (2010), “Her voice was often heard in wordy warfare with her husband; and his face sometimes showed signs that their conflicts were not confined to words.” (p. 230).
Walker is another archetype of vile human traits. Mrs. Walker archetype is also greed. The narrator introduces, “whatever the woman could lay hands on she hid away…” (Irving online). The author describes Mrs. Walker as a greedy woman who takes anything she finds for herself. Not only does she take them, but she also hides them from Tom so he is unable to find them.
The Hillside Strangler's mental illness 2 The hillside strangler killings involved the suspects of Kenneth bianchi and Angelo Bono. It can be questioned if Kenneth actually committed the murders, it may have been Angelo committing the killing and Kenneth just aiding him in the process. During trail Kenneth claimed to have dissociative identity disorder, an illness where there are multiple personalities inside your brain and your primary personality has no idea that they are existent. Kenneth was found to not have this illness after examination but was the examination correct with its findings. Kenneth claimed to have been lying about having the illness after
Meanwhile Willa accidentally takes home Wyatt’s notebook, a boy who is focused on the Hollywood killer. Finding Wyatts book makes Willa and him closer friends. Willa almost loses it when she finds out Reed, her stepfather 's assistant is the Hollywood killer when she is being kept in custody by him. She ends up finding a way to get lose and some help. That’s when Jonathan
When Matthew stumbles into the graveyard by accident, he finds a mysterious grave. He then tries to figure out Jeremy Visicks story and anything else he can find about the Visicks. It takes him on a suspenseful mission to a place you could never imagine. In the book Jeremy Visick by David Wiseman there is a main conflict, setting, characters, and techniques of fantasy they used. The main conflict in this story is when Matthew tries to figure out the mystery of Jeremy Visick.
In All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, Werner can be characterized as a hero. Werner spends most of his childhood at an orphanage because his parents died. He is also very intelligent and excels in math and science. In addition, Werner has a mentor that helps him on his journey. The character of Werner can be categorized as a hero because he has an unusual childhood, a mentor who helps him on his journey, and a special weapon only he can use.
Authors create a large array of characters with different personalities and traits. Some of these characters are meant to be relatable and establish strong connections with the readers, while others are meant to do the opposite. In the novel The Asylum by John Harwood, Maynard Straker has many secrets and commits misdeeds that cause physical and mental harm to others, ultimately contradicting his position as the superintendent and chief medical officer at the Tregannon Asylum. Maynard Straker is a character whose contradictory behaviour as a medical officer leads to a weak connection with the reader because he hides his past and intentions from everyone, proving he is not as trustworthy as someone of his position should be. To begin, Straker is a secretive character whose hidden past and intentions cause the reader to believe he is suspicious because doctors are generally trusted with the lives of their patients.
He notices that one of his colleagues along with some other men are tied to a cannon, and continues to describe how “The gang guys took Quinn’s pants and put some tiny notches in his penis with their knives.” Not even halfway through the story, there are already two violent actions that have been commented by the narrator. Saunders does an excellent job of not only giving exposition for the story, but revolving that exposition to the violent events that change the entire outlook on the piece, which is generally required to create a solid motif. Throughout the entire story, there is a sense that the park will somehow be torn down in the near future. There is a feeling of struggle within the workplace and it