The more submissive the prisoners became the more hostile the guards’ behavior got. The prisoners took the abused over and over. The guards wanted complete control over the prisoners but that type of behavior didn’t last long at all. After thirty six or so hours some of the prisoners showed signs of severe psychosomatic disturbance and had to be released shortly after (Brady & Logsdon, 706). A few hours later a few prisoners retaliated and blocked themselves into their cells.
Throughout the beginning of the novel it is evident that some characters over use their powers, one of these characters being Nurse Ratched. Nurse Ratched uses her position in the ward to take advantage of the patients and make sure that they adhere to everyone of her daunting commands. Nurse Ratched “tends to get real put out if something keeps her outfit from running like a smooth, accurate, precision-made machine” (Kesey 28) because she has been on the ward for so long that when something doesn 't go according to her plan, she starts to get mad and will often try to use her power to come down on the patient 's. Nurse Ratched is in control of the whole ward and when someone does something that isn 't in her manuscript she gets irritated. The ward will be run her way and only her way, “ under her rule the ward inside is almost completely adjusted to surroundings” (Kesey 28).
All throughout history, mentally ill patients have been beaten, raped, and tortured by the employees who hide behind the walls of insane asylums. Patients who live behind these walls were, and still are, experimented on. These innocent patients had to endure the torture of Hydro Electric Shock Therapy, Insulin Therapy, Lobotomies, and so much more. Throughout history, mental asylums have used inhumane methods and tools to help
Natty refuses to let anyone in and stands in front of his door with his shot gun. Natty ends up getting arrested but ironically gets rescued by Oliver and Elizabeth. SUMMARY Judge temple, in my opinion, was taken advantage of by everyone except Oliver. Oliver was the innocent one who was minding his own business in the woods when he was shot. He did not want to take the Judges help because he didn 't trust him.
At one point she asked for us to feel her pulses, which never happen. Mary continued to talk about how Denis was abusive and how he needed to pick on someone like her ex-husband who was abusive or the doctor who was abusive to her. she went into great detail as to what the doctor did and how her husband had abused her. Mary continued to bounce from one thing to another even speaking of ISIS and how she did not care if they died to today because of how they abused babies and women.
The common agreement to what happened at Jamestown is the near Native American tribe, the Powhatans, were cruel, vial, and refused to help the struggling English who would almost die out because of malnourishment. Though the Powhatans refused to feed the malnourished English people, even with the English leader John Smith begging for help, the Indians felt threatened by the English because of their presence, weapons, and John Smiths threats. Therefore, the Powhatans cut off ties with the English for the fear of starting violence (Doc G). The “starving time” had nothing to do with Powhatans lack of help and originated in the lack of skill the English people had and the violent treatment to the Powhatans. The English were left with little experience
Amir can not be forgiven for how he treats Hassan because Hassan is loyal to Amir but Amir isn’t loyal and wouldn’t help him with anything as shown in the book. Amir just stood at the end of the valley while Hassan was rapped. Hassan stood up for Amir when kids were bullying him. Hassan shot one of the bullies in the eye with a slingshot. This is said in the book “But perhaps you didn’t notice that I’m the one holding the slingshot.
There is no legitimate reason to make anyone touch their own coffin, other to be cruel, mean, and spiteful. That was exactly what the narrator did, and if his brother would not touch it he was going to leave him there. At that point in the story Doodle did not know how to walk so he would not have been able to get down at all. The narrator is also needlessly cruel to Doodle when Hurst writes “The knowledge that Doodle’s and my plans had come to naught was bitter, and that streak of cruelty within me awakened. I ran as fast as I could, leaving him far behind with a wall of rain dividing us” (360).
The doctors told the bad news only to the family members or just covered the truth up with false beliefs. Ross saw this as a form of cowardice and felt that doctors owed his patients an explanation. Doctors wouldn’t even admit that a patient was “terminal.”
However, Shukaku is not fully responsible. Gaara simply hates the existence of other people, because he believes that they are a threat to his own life as long as they are alive. Therefore, his sole purpose is to kill anyone who is strong or who he perceives as similar to himself, as only by killing them can he assert his own existence. With those who do not interest him, Gaara is typically withdrawn and silent. When he must interact with them, he does so with open disregard for their feelings and often threatens to kill them, even his own siblings, if they become too much of a