Rainsford is a competitive hunter just like Zaroff so there is a possibility he killed Zaroff because he is stubborn and wanted to win, which would lead him to be guilty and have a more intense punishment. In the end I think even if it was for survival rainsford will have to serve some jail time for his actions. I believe Rainsford should serve some jail time because he did push Zaroff’s body off the window and let the dogs eat his flesh, pushing Zaroff’s body off was unnecessary but the actually murder has its own punishments. Do you think he should be in jail for murdering Zaroff even if it was for his own protection?, keep in mind that Rainsford would be guilty for many things he has done as
He was stopped by the socs ( west side rich people) and they beat pony boy so badly and they threaten to kill him. so there violence is highlighted as violence means physical force intension to kill someone or to hurt . As violence is there that socs beaten and wanted to kill pony boy because he belong to another group. the violation that highlighted in this book is all
He kills people who irritate him and interfere with his business. For example, in the beginning of the movie, Costello stated how “Guineas” tried to tell him what to do and Costello did not like it so he ended up shooting both of them in the head in cold blood. Violence is contributed to Costello and his gang because he needs to show people that he is not playing games nor is he messing around when it comes down to business. If people ever interfere with Frank, they will end up dead. The system response to subculture of violence is aggression replacement treatment (AKT).
Both of the short stories are about revenge, murder and madness. The narrators of both the Tell-Tale Heart and the Cask of Amontillado have very different motives for committing the murder each of them commits. In The Tell-Tale Heart, the narrator is insane and his motive behind killing the old man is that he cannot stand the sight of the old man’s “vulture eye”. He is tempted to close the eye forever, and so he does this by murdering him. Whereas, in The Cask of Amontillado, the reason behind the murder is revenge, “The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as best I could; but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge.” Additionally, Montressor’s jealousy is another reason because of which he murders Fortunato.
If Berg were to shoot Heisenberg, then he would get shot instantly by one of the guards posted around the room(“Moe” Dead Ballplayers Society). Berg needed two things to carry out this mission. He needs a pistol to shoot Heisenberg and a potassium cyanide capsule. That pill would cause his instant death(Foulkesz). If Berg shot Heisenberg, he would have faced a decision.
He shoots the man and woman because he is scared of what the man and woman could do to him. In the story, it tells you how he shoots them. ¨The sniper raised his rifle and fired. The head fell heavily on the turret wall. The woman darted toward the side of the street.
His co-workers at the plantation tease and bully him, and he thinks that having a gun will make people stop treating him as a small child. For instance, “Could kill a man with a gun like this. Kill anybody, black or white. And if he were holding his gun in his hand, nobody could run over him; they would have to respect him.” (Wright) Dave states that he could possibly shoot anyone, regardless of race. He also talks about shooting Mr. Hankins house if he had more ammunition.
He struggled with the thought of murder, he couldn 't live with the fact he killed someone. Meanwhile, the sniper killed to stay alive. When he saw the enemy car and the informer he didn 't hesitate to kill them. He knew they were threats and he understood he needed to shoot. His brain was ‘wired’ to kill the enemy and any threat was to be terminated.
Another example of George and Lennie’s friendship is when George has to shoot Lennie, because he had accidentally murdered Curley’s wife. George knew that he would have let Curley get to Lennie he would have tortured Lennie. It was George’s responsibility to take care of Lennie. George knew that they could not just run away from this. For the better of Lennie, George decided that he should kill Lennie himself (Steinbeck).
“Urghhh,” the tiny glimmer of hope slowly turning into my worst nightmare; I couldn’t even summon the strength to get up. Now that I lay face first into the stinking floor it was harder to move; rolling into one side was impossible because something big was blocking my way. On the other side felt a concrete wall, also immovable. With my final frustrated act, I tried to kick the wall as hard as I could; as expected it did not budge. I turned to my side to get better force on my kicks, one, two, three hard ones, nothing.