In “A Sound of Thunder,” the descriptive language focuses on the actions. “Like a stone idol, like a mountain avalanche, Tyrannosaurus fell. Thundering, it clutched trees, pulled them with it. It wrenched and tore the metal Path. The men flung themselves back and away.
Also, all of the stories have a common theme; every action comes with a consequence. In “The Fog Horn,” McDunn and Johnny switch off the foghorn, so the lonely sea monster attacks them. During “The Veldt,” George and Lydia give their needy kids everything
Decades ago, in an epic “Beowulf”, Beowulf has slain the fire dragon, the creature that terrorized all the people who lived nearby where the dragon lives. The winter in Sweden was not as bleak as it was in mid 17th century. The blizzard was as disastrous as could be. The dragon’s body was covered in pure white snow on the pinnacle of the highest mountain. Not even the slightest bit of ice were melted through the rough skin of the fire dragon.
He has took far many lives. So many that we and our fathers and grandfathers couldn’t even count, we may have dealt with those brainless dead easily, but monster like him… The Plague that was brought by that ball of fire couldn’t even affect him, no matter how many times he get bitten by the undead, he couldn’t be affected like how we normal humans turn into a walking corpse when we get bitten. They live while many die because of the Plague. His existence is unnatural, and I must use unnatural means to restore balance.”
Therefore, Ion and his minions decided to follow the last hippo they kicked out of the village and finally, they arrived at their destination. “That’s where all the hippos are” said Ion! Ion and his minions felt extremely jealous. So, Ion sent his minions into the village and his minions said “Let us see the the creator of this village, now!” Every person instantly pointed to George.
First, the monster was abandoned and stricken mentally. Then, the people in the village threw rocks at the beast with rage. Along the feeling of self-consciousness, the creature had to deal with loneliness. Without love and responsibility, the monster killed Frankenstein’s best friend, Henry Clerval. This extremely shocked Frankenstein to behold his friend with the mark of the monster’s fingers on his neck.
“Lord of Flies, where is she?” The serpent hissed releasing a powerful poison, the poison was red and seemed to create a terrifying fog. From the fog, millions of faces appeared in agony. They spalled past the demons on the ground, a few were instantly consumed.
The main conflict Odysseus runs into is the Cyclops. The Cyclops traps Odysseus and his crew in his cave and devours four of Odysseus’ men. ”Neither reply nor pity . . . made his meal of the men.” Odysseus who became enraged by this stabs the Cyclops in the eye.
Much like the rest of the human race Ralph can be a savage, controlled by his id. All the remaining boys, except for Simon are gathered around a fire chanting about the beast and acting like savages. Simon, meanwhile is investigating the parachutist that has fallen from the skies and is perceived by the boys as “the beast,” a monster that they believe inhabits the island. While a physical beast my not occupy the island, a more potent and omnipresent threat is lurking the island. This threat is the beast inside the kids that all of them possess, some are just more expressive than than the others.