Those who’d get fed up with it disappeared soon-after. No one questioned who it was. He was cunning and slimy, that Milo Enrique,” Jack apprised the rest of the team in his scariest and most enigmatical tone. There was a snicker from the back of the yellow bus causing everyone to turn around. “That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard you say Jack; and that’s saying something!” the rest of the bus followed Mason’s lead; chuckling and cackling about Jack’s crazy claim.
Like freedom, superstitions are found to be seen very different amongst people. Some see superstitions as fake and don’t mean anything. Others see them as truth. In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn freedom and superstitions are two critical themes in the story Huck loves the idea of freedom of the mind. He listens to what everyone tries to tell him like when Widow Douglas tells Huck about the “spiritual gifts” and explains to him the he “must help others, and do everything I could for other people, and look out for them all the time, and never think about myself…but I couldn’t see no advantage about it”(LitCharts).
Most people control other people for the feel of power. During the play Puck stumbles upon Nick Bottom and his colleagues. Puck likes the feel of control so he turns Nick Bottom into a donkey. When one of his colleagues, Snout, see’s him, Snout says, “O Bottom, thou art changed! What do I see on thee?” (Shakespeare 3.1.1050).
The man who is Jape Waltzer that lives with Reuben is like that devilish man in Reuben’s dream. There is a little girl who is Sara that lives with Jape. When Sara did dinner for Reuben, Reuben thank for God, Jape said Reuben has to thank himself but not Sara. Jape is a man without faith. When that girl hurt Jape’s pig, she said sorry to Jape first, but Jape said she has to say sorry to that pig.
Joy and happiness is brought up throughout the entire story. It seems as everyone in the story knows what joy is, “we have a bad habit, encouraged by pedants and sophisticates, of considering happiness as something rather stupid” (1). The citizens of Omelas think happiness is pain, which is guaranteed from the child’s misery. The child’s thought of happiness is might be the warmth of food or anything very minuscule. In Omelas, happiness is based off the suffering of a malnourished kid, but in the cellar, the child has been experiencing distress for so long, it might not be able to grasp the true concept of
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