The Lottery and Harrison Bergeron, both share common themes and differences in their stories. One would be that both societies claim theses “traditions give them unity and equality”. Another theme commonly shared is both stories show how people can be blind to tradition. Although these stories are similar they have their differences one being Harrison Bergeron tried dyeing like a martyr while Ms. Hutchinson died trying to save her own life. In both of theses stories society believes that their barbaric traditions bring them equality and unity.
For example, when the day 's described as “clear and sunny” it 's ironic because it ends with the “brutal death” of a person. The way Jackson described the day made us think it was going to be enjoyable but it showed us otherwise. Another example would be Mr. Summers’s name. His persona leads us to believe that he 's the kind man in the story
“A Rose for Emily” written by William Faulkner and “The Possibility of Evil” written by Shirley Jackson have both created characters in which they display evil. Emily Grierson and Adela Strangeworth have different wishes of outcome, when it comes to what they have done, but yet are still quite similar. Both stories take place in rather small, quiet towns, where it doesn’t seem that most others are aware of what these women do. Both Emily and Adela’s similarities and actions display their possibility of evil.
“I’m no longer accepting the things I cannot change... I’m changing the things I cannot accept”,this was once said by Angela Davis. Melba and Assata both changed what they didn’t accept. Assata and Melba were both women activist who wanted change during their time period. They had different strategies for making change but they had similar problems they had to face.
Individuals have different views of the world and to be fair this world has many flaws that individuals can’t see because they’re not willing to see those flaws. These flaws are seen by Barbara Kingsolver, the author of The Bean Trees. In the society, there are many social justice issues that people think it is normal for it to be happening, those social justice issues can be child abuse, racism, over-sexualization of women and poverty. Barbara Kingsolver is an author of the book called The Bean Trees which is a story about the journey of Taylor from Kentucky to Arizona. This journey of hers brings out a purpose to show these social justice issues within the society we had and we still have.
Motives for almost every action vary from person to person and artifice is no different. In The Crucible the reason behind Abigails witchery and manipulative ways his because she wants to be with John Proctor. Her own selfish wants come before others lives, Abigail being a very egotistical antagonist, overshadows the other girls motives. While mary Warren seems to just want attention and to be treated better, the other girls motives vary as well. Though overall these young women have an array of reasons, from adulterous revenge to the basic overall concept of the book, being scapegoating.
The Hunger Games trilogy and Ender’s Game. Each individual books written by two different authors, yet there are still similarities buried within the theme of both books, as well as their differences. In both novels, sacrifice is a prominent theme, which plays an important role in becoming a leader. Collins and Card both craft their individual story in a way in which the characters from each book, Katniss Everdeen and Ender Wiggin, took risks for their family, and lost someone close to them.
John Hale helped a lot of the people that was being accused to being a witch by letting them confessed their sins ,but if they did confessed that they where dealing they had to lose land and all of their stuff. The people would be dead if it was for Hale. They wouldn 't be able to be helped the towns people would 've hanged them right at the spot. John hale did everything he could to save the towns people by making the confessed that they where a witch and save them from being hanged. A statement from john hale from the story "The Crucibles" "I know not if you are aware, but your wife 's name is mention in court".
People doing other people wrong Deception of Macbeth Have you ever had a friend or family member hurt you to the point you didn’t want to be their friend anymore or around that family member? Many times in life there will be a bunch of times where people will deceive you and do you completely wrong. In Shakespeare's story Macbeth Lady Macbeth and Macbeth do quite a bite of deceiving throughout the story. There are three good examples of deception in Macbeth like being a trader, Macbeth killing Duncan and finally the last one is Lady Macbeth knows how to make Macbeth do the things she wants him to.
Editor Anna Quindlen wrote many articles and essays conveying her opinion toward the death penalty. Such as, “Death Penalty Fails to Equal Retribution” and “Public & Private; The High Cost of Death”. Although Anna Quindlen makes many valuable accusations regarding her reasoning to being opposed to the death penalty, she undermines the real purpose of the penalty itself. The Death penalty, is indeed necessary. Many of the accusations Anna proclaims permit to the emotions of the victims families that have been robbed of their loved one by the said killer.
In both short stories, “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” by Ursula Le Guin and “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson, there is an idea of sacrifice. The ideas of sacrifice in both stories compare but also contrast; someone is sacrificed for the happiness of the majority, but in each story happiness is achieved in different ways. In neither community does everyone necessarily agree with what is going on but they have to do what is best for everyone. In “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” the town chooses to sacrifice one child for the happiness of the whole community.
Even with her past dilemmas, Abigail creates too much chaos is Salem to be considered a victim. She tricked the court into believing that Elizabeth was out to kill her, even though no such event was true. Her actions led to Goody Good, Goody Osburn, Bridget Bishop and many more losing their lives. Abigail may be victim in certain circumstances because of her past experiences, such as viewing her parents be killed by a group of Indians; nonetheless, she cannot be considered a victim if her intentions are out to harm others. Abigail was given an opportunity to tell the truth of her accusations when Mary Warren opposed her, but she did not, and continued on her devious ways, not letting go of her previous mistakes.
In both plots the main characters are faced with either dying themselves or killing a close friend or family member. Also, both plots end after the main characters make their decision to live themselves or kill a loved one. In both plots that civil war has harmful effects on people both internally and externally. The two plots are similar in these ways, they differ however, when it comes to... The characters in both stories are similar, but they also have many differences.
Angelique is well identified as the antagonist. Her motivations may not be entirely clear regarding her need for power. She hates her father for killing her mother, which gives her some depth. At times she sounds histrionic and overly dramatic in her