In the nineteenth century Hazaras tried rising against the Pashtuns, but met with horrible violence. Pashtuns killed Hazaras, burned their home, sold their women and drove them from their lands. The reason for this is Pashtuns Muslims are Sunni and Hazaras are Shi’a Muslims. Here we can see that the reason the Pashtuns hate the Hazaras is given by which sect of Muslim they are. In the novel The Kite Runner Taliban went door to door calling for the men and the boys and shot them in front of their families.
The force and bloodiness with which Pinochet and his followers pursued their ideological enemies profoundly shocked the Chilean people if not the whole world. Thousands were detained. Many were tortured. Many more simply disappeared. In the aftermath of the bloody coup d'etat of September, 1973, rape of detained women by their military jailors was common.
In Rowlandson’s narrative we experience her encounter of her town being raided by Indians. Rowlandson mentions early in her narrative about violence as the townspeople were struck in the head with clubs by Indians. We then experience another who “begged of them his life” (Rowlandson 269) to no despair of the Indians as he was then clubbed in the head. This violence in the opening scene sets the tone for the rest of the narrative as what is to come from these violent natives. Children were stripped from their parents and houses were burned in this act of cruelty from the Indians.
No, it was violent due to the fact that it was neighbor turning on neighbor. People that were once viewed as friends were turning on each other. One of the noblest families in Salem was torn down from their decadence and thrown into the mud, many of them being accused of witchcraft, never to return to their former glory. What sparked this horrific scene in America’s history? Why did it happen?
Therefore, anger played a major role in literary works at that time. The Holocaust, for instance, is considered to be a dreadful event that incited many writers to express their rage, especially holocaust survivors. The Holocaust refers to the period from 1933 to 1945, when Adolf Hitler was in control of Germany. During this time, Jews in Europe were subjected to progressively harsher persecution that led to the murder of 6,000,000 Jews and the destruction of 5,000 Jewish communities (“The Holocaust”). Hitler had actually put a plan called the “Final Solution”, which aimed at exterminating all the Jews of Europe.
The terror attack sent shivers and was such a horror to those innocent students that were on the building. They were running for their lives and were playing with death. The Al-Shabaab was even pompous on claiming the terror attack. It was claimed that the terrorist separated the Muslim students and were freed leaving the innocent non-Muslim students running for their lives. Those that
Sometimes, sheconverts herself into beast and tries to seek the revenge on society. It is a kind of psyche, which is resulted from her worst experiences. The barbarity of human being is exposed through ‘The Color Purple’ in the form of images, strong words, and morally difficult concepts. Here, readers are shocked when s/he will come across the striking purposes and functions of vulgarity and violence while reading the novel. The novelist hammers the burning issues of the uncivilized societies of every age and borderless world.
The independence was achieved through massacre and bloodbath, vivisecting the age old India. The time is infernally disturbed by communal distrust and violent riot between the communities; a war inside the country due to the birth pang of another country. But who could arrest the course of love which was born before the partition and the birth of the countries? The author has utilized the situation effectively in his novel by creating chasm between pure love and nauseating man made outer circumstances. Love succeeded in death defying all outer obstructions.
Are we smart enough to ruin their sweet childhood and ruin their whole life? Child Labour is a social virus which spreads across the world. The children of India are highly affected, and it is an extremely painful issue in today 's modern world. Comrades, today I, as a genuine member of the Anti-Child Labour Organization is
Partition literature also happens to work on the same principle. The India- Pakistan Partition that happened in 1947 is considered to be a dark day for India as it uprooted natives from their homeland and forced them to make an alien country their holy ground for years to come. Partition only seemed convenient in terms of ideation and conceptualization, its materialization was stained with blood and turbulent and tumultuous emotions. Partition based literature explores the psyche of people who were the victims of this coerced separation. Partition caused widespread rioting, bloodshed, violence , an atmosphere of religious enmity and mistrust.