Lennie’s strength and his childish mind is his biggest struggle that affects many people on the ranch and himself. Lennie is overprotective of George and about being with him he would do anything for the guy, so when Crooks tells him, “S’pose he gets killed or hurt so he can’t come back.”(71) Lennie then contradicts his opinion”This ain’t true. George ain’t got hurt.”(72) he can’t believe that something like that would happen to George that will leave him alone. After George had scolded him had replies ”If you don 't want me I can go off an’ find a cave. I can go away any time”(13).
Curly had slashed at Lennie's eye and his face was covered with blood. George yelled at Lennie "I said get him (63)." Both of these examples suggest George doesn't want Lennie to get beat up and he rather get in trouble and lose his job. All of this examples indicate the friendship of Lennie and George is
The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street There was a teleplay called “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street.” It was about a group of neighbors who were so paranoid and frightened because they thought aliens were living amongst them. The play is unrealistic because Les Goodman’s car starts by itself and car don’t do that, aliens aren’t real, and Steve was accused of talking to aliens using his ham radio. A boy named Tommy was the one who started this. My first reason why the play is unrealistic is because Les Goodman was about to head downtown to find out what was happening on Maple St., so he’s trying to get his car started and it doesn’t work but he keeps trying and trying until eventually he leaves and walks toward his
Another instance of Ralph being influenced by fear into doing inhuman things is the scene where Simon is murdered. It starts out when the boys are eating the pig and it starts to rain. The little children get scared of the thunder and start running wild. In order to keep them together, Jack orders they start the dance. During this time, the children run wild and act crazy, but under Jack’s rule.
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. This is example of when people is pushed too hard and feel no way out, they will stand up and fight back. The monster stayed next to the master’s house who were teaching him English and basically how to act like a human being. In chapter
After eating so much, the boys decide to have a “dance”, in which they find a creature crawling out of the forest, which happens to be Simon trying to tell them about the beast, and kill him out of pure savagery which has blinded them. “‘Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill his blood’” (Golding, 152) The boys, kill a friend they know and chant as though Simon was the beast, which they want to kill, but really the beast is the savagery inside of them. To regress into brutish beasts enough to kill one’s own friend is pure savagery.
Enraged by the fact, Victor’s creation begins to have little regard for the people around him, especially those who reject him. Taking this into account, Victor’s scientific breakthrough puts the people of his community in danger. This is evident the monster despises all humans when he says,“I declared everlasting war against the species, and, more than all, against him who had formed me, and sent me forth to this insupportable
Ralph is introduced as a straightforward kid with the potential to be a great leader. Nevertheless, the island catches up with Ralph and his character devolves. Ralph becomes involved in the hunt and loses track of keeping order. Ralph even helps with the murder of Simon. However, by the end of the book, Ralph realizes the true enemy among the children, primitivity: "We start off with boys killing pigs, then boys pretending to kill boys who are pretending to be pigs, and finally Jack hunting down Ralph in pretend—maybe—hopes of impaling his head on a stick.
For example, The Boss who only shows up once is a very lonely man because he has no friendships so he is always a very angry man. The Boss takes out his anger on Crooks because he is black. Crooks is being discriminated against so he is very lonely and that makes him want to pick on someone else so that’s why he picks on
Furthermore, Joe likes revealing other people’s secrets and does not understand what privacy is. By neglecting Drew’s feelings, Joe exposes to Bill that Drew cheated on his exam to get his diploma (Brest). This shows that Joe is unsympathetic. Moreover, Joe is very selfish since he misused his powers and took an innocent life just so he could explore the human world. This shows that he is inconsiderate and selfish and does not care for others.
In many dystopian compositions, the characters In The Giver by Lois Lowry, Jonas, the receiver of memory chooses to return all the memories back to his communities so that they could have a life with emotions, color, and diversity. In The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street by Rod Serling, members of the street were being very paranoid because some aliens came to their community to raid them. They had played with the neighbors, which lead to false accusations on each other. Jonas and the residents of the community show paranoia because they were second guessing their peers, they were hoping that no false accusations happen on them, and also because they want to protect themselves and their loved ones so that nothing bad happens to them. In both the Giver, and The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street, Jonas and the nearby residents were second guessing their peers.
Grendel vs. “The monster” Grendel in the novel by John Gardner is very similar to “the monster” in Frankenstein by Mary Shelly because both Grendel and the monster feel like outsiders, they kill humans, and they both are able to learn new things. Grendel feels like an outsider because he knows he is different and he wants to know the truth of why he is what he is and why God made him that way. Grendel asks his mother “Why are we here?” which means that he is doubting his existence. Grendel kills humans in the mead hall while they are asleep. “Swiftly, softly, I will move from bed to bed and destroy them all, swallow every last man.” He kills them because he was affected by the shapers death.
They both relate to each other because they can 't trust anyone. The book Monster Due on Maple Street no one can 't trust each other because they try to figure out who the monster is. But in Touching Spirit Bear Cole can 't trust anyone because his dad always beats him up and his mom doesn 't do anything. So in both stories they can 't trust anyone at all. That is why they relate
It is revealed that there was no alien in the town, the only aliens were the ones who turned off the power the rest was the human imagination. Their behavior changes with the paranoia and the groups which could be said for many, people’s behavior changes in a group by being more aggressive to specific person as shown in the episode. Les Goodman was a friend and a neighbor in Maple Street but that changed when everyone was suspecting him. In the episode Goodman’s car starts which is strange because all machines stopped working but his started