The animals died because Lennie was petting them too harshly because he isn’t aware of his own strength. When Lennie is inside the barn he realizes the puppy died, he blames the puppy for not being strong enough instead of blaming himself for not having control over his strenght. “And Lennie said softly to the puppy, ‘Why do you got to get killed? You ain’t so little as mice. I didn’t bounce you hard.’
The novel Animal Farm begins when Old Mejor had a strange dream. All of the animals were gathered in the barn to hear about the dream. Old Mejor makes a speech about rebellion before revealing the song he dreamt about. After Old Mejor dies in three days the smarter animals start talking about rebbellioin and try to convince the other animals that it is the right thing to do. in late June when the hay was almost ready for cutting, Mr. Jones, the owner of the farm, forgot to feed the animals.
A treacherous wolf is waiting outside the pigs home, growing more and more impatient to gnaw down on him and satisfy his hunger. He threatens to demolish his home and tear him apart if he does not let him in. What would you do in a situation like this?The first two pigs in “The Three Little Pigs” could not adapt fast enough to this scenario which resulted in their death, but the third pig managed to work his way around the wolf's tactics and give him a taste of his own medicine. When the pigs were told by their mothers to leave and fend for themselves, the first two pigs were not very clever seeing as they built their homes of straw and furze. Unlike his brothers, the third pig is clearly intelligent as he built his home out of brick, something the wolf would not be able to blow down.
“Of Mice and Men” is a poem, by scottish poet Robert Burns in the 18’th century. The poem is about a mouse, who very carefully and very meticulously builds a nest for the winter in a wheat field. And when finished, ends up having the nest destroyed by a ploughman. But the main message of the poem comes from the reflection of the ploughman after he destroys the nest. He ponders the true differences between men and animals, how in the end “intelligent” man, and “unintelligent” animal, all suffer, and die in the end.
The Big Bad Wolf repeatedly tried to get in contact with each pig, so he could eat them. Each pig earlier built a house a house either out of hay, twig or bricks and in frustration, the wolf attempted to blow each house down. He blew two out of three houses down but could not eat the pigs before they ran to the next house. The last house, made out of brick, tired the Big Bad Wolf out until he could not huff or puff anymore, he was so tired that he gave up on eating the pigs but was very stubborn in the process.
Johnny was always being spooked because he got jumped by Bob and his friends and beat up terribly. After that “ He would kill the next person who jumped him. Nobody was ever going to beat him like that again.” (page 34). Then when a drunken Bob jumps Ponyboy and Johnny with his friends, Johnny has no other choice but to stab Bob because if he hadn’t Ponyboy might have been drowned.
With issues such as gaining money and trying to live a life, women and Africans Americans had it tougher during the Great the Depression. In the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, we read about two men, George and Lennie. As both of them go to a ranch to get a job, Lennie gets in trouble with the boss’ son. After that Lennie went to the barn to go pet the puppies and on doing so he kills Curley’s wife by accident. With Lennie on the run George finally catches up to Lennis on their meeting spot, as Lennis was sitting down on a log George comes from the back and kills Lennie for his own safety against the rest of the men that were after him.
These sheep however both get used by the protagonist to escape past the monster without it noticing
The first technique, satire, is displayed throughout the book. This makes the argument even more interesting. The satirical element is shown through the use of mockery towards the working class and the ruling class. One instance of mockery on the working class is conveyed when the most loyal and hard working animal, Boxer the horse, had collapsed and was immediately sent to the slaughterhouse. The animals had seen Boxer being sent to a van that clearly stated “Alfred Sims Slaughter house,” however, the pigs responded by telling the animals that Boxer was being sent to a surgeon, and that the surgeon had forgotten to paint the van once he had bought it.
While the boys were playing a game, which goes like one of the boys’ acts as the pig and the others, with their spears, chase after him, Simon was crawling out the forest to tell them the truth about the beast, but the boys thought Simon was the beast, and killed him. Unlike Ralph who was terrified of what he did that night, Jack didn 't care what happened to Simon nor felt guilt for his actions. Soon, Jack moves to Castle Rock with his tribe, and the boys’ steal Piggy’s glasses to make a fire for their feast. He even allowed Roger to push the boulder and knock Piggy off the cliff, also it crushed the conch into a thousands of white pieces, taking away order forever. By the end of the novel, Jack’s identity is hidden behind the paint, he’s nothing but a savage, and brainwashed all the boys’ to