Then they kept manipulating by isolating him and pushing away everyone that they thought was his friend. He went through a lot and did a lot for them. And at the end he regrets it and feels extremely mad about it because they made him kill an entire species without him being aware of. I mean he knew that they were preparing him for a war. But he didn’t know that the last fight was actually the war because they simply didn’t tell him the truth, which shows that how the whole situation in which Ender was in was a complete
She goes on to elaborate how she always waits for the longest day of the year, but ends up missing it-- a seemingly pointless topic that alludes to the reality of the lives Daisy and Tom lead, one that Nick mirrors in the novel. Not having to work for anything, their life is composed of worthless decisions and accomplishments that lead to nothing. Having their future laid out for them, their lives are filled with hollow attempts to pass the time. However, in their endeavor to occupy themselves, they become ignorant to the consequences of their actions. They consume themselves with a temporary substitute for a purposeless life, blind to the damage they cause, unwilling to change, waiting for a climax that never arrives.
In Euripides’ play Medea, Jason provides many arguments for why he owes Medea no allegiance or appreciation. The first argument was about how Medea spoke badly of the royal family. “You uttered unholy curses against the royal family” (CMIC 514). Jason doesn’t think Medea deserve appreciation if she keep insulting the royal family. The second argument started when Medea talked about how she saved him during the process of obtaining the golden fleece.
This is because the war causes him to have so much pain with the humans. The last example that Grendel is not truly a monster is that Grendel states in the novel, “I would feel, all at once, alone and ugly, almost—as if I 'd dirtied myself—obscene.
By Preston being able to feel emotions, he realizes that killing sense offenders, destroying anything that allows people to feel emotion, and Prozium. By the resistance movement destroying everything that relates to emotions, it eliminates anything that relates to happiness and the ability to have emotion. This causes Preston to realize that without the Prozium, he is truly unhappy with the way the society is. The societies remain oblivious into realizing their unhappiness because they have never felt happiness which contribute to them not realizing that they are
Aktion T4 is a program consisting of mass casualties of individuals that are elderly, mentally ill, physically handicapped, and those with incurable diseases by forced euthanasia. There are arguments that Aktion T4 is just one of many cases of atrocities that should be included in school curriculum or everyday general knowledge. Reasoning that there’s to many cases by saying that there 's no time to cover “everything”. Also arguing that knowing what to put in curriculum and what to talk about is too hard to discern. But following that logic is a lazy and apathetic excuse used by cowards who refuse to see the bigger picture.
“For the word ‘We’ must never be spoken, save by one’s choice and as a second thought.” (Rand 96). Equality wept when he found “I” because he pitied those who did not know the word. “I wept in deliverance and in pity for all mankind.” (Rand 98).
In lines 599 to 601, Creon’s states that, due to his selfishness and stubbornness, he will not allow a woman, that woman being Antigone, to change his mind and defy his judgement. He declares that, if Antigone chooses to not change her ways, she will be killed, as to not waver from his own decree. Antigone therefore dies as a result of Creon’s insufferable and ignorant ruling, causing her to suffer at Creon’s hand. Creon’s ruling for the murder of Antigone also causes Haemon to suffer. Creon finds Haemon, in his last moments, mourning the loss of Antigone, “now among the dead, his father’s work,” as described by the messenger in line 1364.
All in all, America needs to have a voice in what is going in the world instead of staying silent and ignoring peoples obvious cries for help. Syrian refugees are in a constant state of panic as were the jews and America ignored them until it was almost too late are we going to let millions of people die because we’re too scared and afraid that they may members of ISIS most of the refugees are Children who are trying to find safety. Many of those children don’t have their parents and are orphans and we’re going to let them suffer all alone because we are too ignorant to accept them into America. How many times does this have to happen for America to open their eyes to how their ingorance affects other peoples lives. During the Holocaust we ignored the Jews and their plead for help and millions of innocent people died.
An overwhelming amount of crimes that are committed are motivated by hatred. The behavior portrayed in both stories was motivated by hate and lead to heinous outcomes. In Romeo and Juliet, by Shakespeare, Romeo was pushed to his limits when his friend Mercutio was killed. Even the most civil people can surprise you when their actions are motivated by hate. In Saki’s short story “The Interlopers”, Ulrich and Georg continued their hate for each other in a life-threatening situation.