When you were little you might of dreamed of owning a pet tiger, monkey, bear, or some other crazy animal. Maybe you begged and begged your parents and finally one day they said maybe with the intention to never get you that crazy animal, but of course you didn 't know about that last part. However today it seem like it not just the kids who want exotic pets. Adults want this type of pet too, and if they actual have the money to get one, it turns out you can have a tiger as a pet. Take that mom and dad!
People may think that keeping wild animals such as lions as pets is exciting, yet it has proven to not be the case. A lion is a dangerous species that is used to life in the wild, where they get the chance to hunt their own food and prey on other animals; it is a natural instinct. Therefore, holding animals captives in homes of a restricted area and treating them like a domesticated cat or dog poses a threat on the individuals within that household. For example, during 2015, a circus trainer was attacked by the lion she has trained in front of masses of people in Egypt (News.com.au).
The whole story seems to be about Macbeth and all of his efforts to get and keep the throne. Macbeth is definitely a guilty person and is shameful for his action but this is one of the main reasons that he is a fascinating character. Macbeth is described as a warrior honored by the king. Duncan called Macbeth “golden” (1:7,33). Macbeth has always been there for his king, so no one would expect him to commit treason.
It gives off the a tone to the reader that there is war or that there once was war. Levine’s word usage is what gives the poem its unfortunate tone right from the start. Rather than choosing softer language, he starts his poem with words a phrases like “acids of rage” (Levine 3) and
He quickly learned about his bright future as the Thane of Cawdor and eventually receiving the title of king. His hunger for power forced him to follow through with regretful things throughout the play and switch to a murderous individual. Macbeth no longer showed loyalty to the King. He started his murder streak with the killing of Duncan. At first, he second guessed the bloody murder of his king.
Pi gives up his vegetarianism and eats turtles and fishes. In Life of Pi, Yann Martel describes the struggle to live and result of changes in Pi who has religious belief and the four different animals in order to show that they will often do supernormal, unexpected and shameful things and changes their own natures to survive. Any vulnerable animals will get stronger and change their original natures in order to protect themselves. When Pi and four animals live on the lifeboat, both they are hungry and fearful.
Kaitlin Medden Mrs. Appleton Language Arts Block: 3/4 13 Feb. 2018 Theme of The Veldt You’re surrounded by them. Everywhere you look, there are lions, they’re getting closer and closer as you scream out of terror. You hope to be saved, but you’re locked in the nursery and there’s no way out.
The Landlady is about stranger danger, The Tell-Tale Heart is about a personal murder, and There Will Come Soft Rains is about human extinction from a nuclear bomb. In the Landlady, a man named Billy Weaver mistakens a murderer for an old, sweet lady and is killed. In The Tell-Tale Heart, a crazy man suffocates his roommate because he thinks his eye is evil. In There Will Come Soft Rains, an entire city from the future is wiped out because of a nuclear explosion, leaving one house standing.
Hamartia is the fatal flaw of a tragic hero. Macbeth’s hamrita is being too ambitious. One if the time that Macbeth showed his ambition is when he killed Duncan. Macbeth killed Duncan because he wanted to be king, but before that, Duncan, the King of Scotland had just pronounced his son next in line for king. Macbeth says this to himself when he is preparing to kill Duncan.
In particular, leaders who are captivated by power allow themselves to abuse their power for their own personal gain. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Shakespeare portrays Macbeth to be filled with "vaulting ambition" (41) that he consciously throws away his moral principles to kill King Duncan. He initially believes by retaining the highest authority and having a prestige amount of power will result in happiness. In contrast, the opposite occurred, Macbeth gained nothing and loses everything that made him happy like Lady Macbeth, the society's respect, and living at peace while adhering his moral principles. He was so overpowered by greed and the crimes he committed to be a the top, that his feelings of empathy began to fall apart.