The Nazi’s dehumanized jews during day to day life in the holocaust making sure they felt worthless. They did this in Night many times from covering Eliezer and his fellow jews in their defecation, tattooing numbers resembling those on possessable items, and making them stand naked, totally vulnerable and without dignity. One might even think that the Nazi’s were envious of the happiness possessed by the
It was discovered that Wharton had raped and killed the two young girls, and that John is innocent and was unfairly convicted. Paul asks John what he must do, if he would open the door and lease John walk away. John told him that there was too much pain in the world, in which he was sensitive, and says he was correctly tired of pain and was ready to be rest. For his latter appeal on the night before his execution, John watched the film when he was put in the electric chair. He flaked crying and he asks Paul not to put the traditional black cover over his head because he was scared of the dark.
All Grendel could think was to run away. Beowulf ripped Grendel’s arm clear off, killing the mighty beast once and for all. After the death of Grendel, Beowulf learned about Grendel’s mother. Once he learned more of this creature and her whereabouts, he decided to venture into her lair and end her life. Once he arrived at the lair of Grendel and his mother, they came face to face.
A defining point for Jack is when he finally catches and kills a pig. He feels very alive and wears face paint in order to mask his old self. When Jack first arrived his choir was given the responsibility of hunters and fire keepers. He and his choir capture their first pig, and when they return with the bounty Ralph is standing angrily waiting for him by the burnt out signal fire. Ralph lashed out at Jack for letting the fire go out.
Firestarter Redux Charlie stood amongst the rubble that was The Shop. The lust for destruction that consumed her mind seemed to die down as she gazed upon the corpses of animals and humans alike. Give them a war. Her father’s words echoed in her mind. Charlie began to weep as she thought of her father and John both perishing in the blaze she started.
Talc looked at Brazilianite with disgust, "You are not the son I raised, I don 't even recognize you, I know what you have done and I am _ashamed,_ You are a murderer. When i said there are no such thing as bad gems I must 've lied, because you are a bad gem. There 's nothing good about you." And that was the final straw, Brazilianite broke. He stopped his screaming and ugly sobbing and just curled up even tighter, crying to himself.
The creature kills Victor’s wife, Elizabeth, after he fails to provide the creature with a female companion. Victor spots the marks of the creature’s hand on her neck and fills with rage. The creature lingers outside the window and Victor observes, “A grin was on the face of the monster; he seemed to jeer, as with his fiendish finger he pointed towards the corpse of my wife” (242). The creature murders Elizabeth as a punishment after Victor breaks his promise. The creature wants a companion and shows Victor that breaking his promise has consequences.
Detective Hoffman was abducted by men wearing pig masks and when he regained consciousness, he was chained to the same pipes as Adam and Dr. Gordon. As he desperately reached for the hacksaw on the floor, Dr. Gordon grabbed it stating, “I don’t think so” (“Saw: The Final Chapter (2010) Ending”). Dr. Gordon threw out the hacksaw, turned out the lights and shouted, “Game over!” as he slammed the door (“Saw: The Final Chapter (2010) Ending”). Dr. Gordon had fulfilled his promise of revenge to
“The man struck the shrewd blow he had purposely withheld for so long, and Buck crumpled up and went down, knocked utterly senseless. “He’s no slouch at dog breakin’, that’s wot I say,’ one of the men cried on the wall enthusiastically.” (P11)The man with the red sweater is just one example of how humans are uncivilized, and completely and utterly mad. He inflicted a great deal of pain for Buck. Not only did he cause physical harm, but he will never forget that one faithful day when he learned the Law of Club and
Piggy's arms and legs twitched a bit, like a pig's after it has been killed.” As the conch explodes, and one of the main defenders of democracy dies, so does society. The boys have lost all sense of civilization and society and have turned completely “savage” in their minds. Now being controlled with fear by Jack, they have no choice but to follow his orders. Jack yells at the boys “I’m warning you. I’m going to get angry.