In this essay I will be explaining why George was justified in shooting Lennie. You will read 3 reasons why I believe he is justified such as: Lennie wouldn’t have to face jail time, it would put Lennie out of his misery, and premeditation. To start off my essay I will begin with the reason of him not having to face jail time. Lennie wasn’t the brightest crayon in the box if you know what I mean so he didn’t really understand a lot. Also, Lennie was the nicest ,and sweetest person you would ever meet he didn’t ever want or mean to hurt anyone.
In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, John Proctor is considered an evil or decent man. John Proctor should not be considered evil but should only be looked upon as a nice and conservative man. Proctor is a man who is selfish rather than selfless and not necessarily a bad selfish either. Proctor cares about his own views and does not really care about the lives of others. This does not mean that he hates everyone else or that this makes him a bad person but people have a weird perspective of him because of the way he acts.
In this Harrison Bergeron’s criticism, it says that freedom remains in the background of the story; however, freedom is no longer a present value in the story. The law makes those who are "above normal'' equal to the ones who are "normal" by handicapping the above-normal individuals. In this criticism, Vonnegut suggests that freedom can be taken away relatively easily; however, freedom can be defined as “lack of restriction”, and in this story is very clear that the society is full of limitations and restrictions. People cannot think if they want to, nor they cannot feel anything. If they want to cry or laugh, they can do it, although when they start doing it, they forget the reason of why they started doing it.
He is scared of people, and especially scared of what they think of him. The second reason of how Auggie and Andrew’s personalities are different is that Andrew is very helpful, while Auggie is not as helpful. Andrew though, doesn’t have a choice. He is either helpful and helps earn money to keep him alive, or he is not helpful and has a lesser chance at survival. First of all, Andrew helps by earning money.
For the Underground Man, life is about power and exercising that power freely according to the whimsical desire. Had he walked Joseph's steps as the warders were being whipped, he would have responded differently. He would have been filled with a satisfaction at his ability to influence their lives. It is not likely that the Underground Man would have wanted to whip them himself. He does not have the nerves.
However, he does not abide by societal expectations demanded by the made up reality and he is true to himself. He is but a typical individual. What Christof meant to say was, Turner is real and he does not pretend nor try to be perfect as society demands. He has flaws, and imperfections which makes him real. Truman seeks adventure and excitement in life but he is unable to attain it.
He is prepared to do this alone, as he wants the complete satisfaction for his own extremely personal and private gains, not for the acknowledgment of others. Biological Chikatilo’s hydrocephalus was one of the main contributor and purpose behind his killing and torturing others as it was the only thing that brought him sexual satisfaction, which he was deprived of biologically (Who is Andrei Chikatilo par 3). These genital problems, permanently weakened his self esteem and image. Without the inability to perform such actions,
One would expect the husband to be able to see more than the blind man, but ironically this is not the case. The husband who is also the narrator can physically see, but figuratively can not. Robert literally can’t see, but he does obtain vision only on a deeper level. The narrator isn’t too enamored with the idea of another man coming to his home. He is insensitive and makes some harsh comments that make Robert feel a little uncomfortable.
When the people below are told that judgment is a sin, they will never try to take those above out of their positions in power. Rand writes in How Does One Live a Rational Life in an Irrational Society that “to pronounce moral judgement is an enormous responsibility (Rand, Paragraph 4).” For as long as anybody can remember, conditions in the society presented in Anthem have always been the same. In truth, this is due to the citizens never criticising the actions of the Council. Equality would preach Rand’s essay to the masses like gospel if possible because he understands the true benefits of being opinionated and free. Equality believes wholeheartedly in individualism and the concept of preference which relates strongly to judging others’ true intents and motives.
Unfortunately, there are people in this world who could care less about how they act, or how disrespectful they are, or if it even matters if they upset another person. You may be dealing with the worlds rudest man alive but in no way does that give the right to act the same way in response to them. Honestly, I have found that by staying professional and not stooping to a lower level actually ruins the person that is being rude game. It takes two people to argue or debate or have any kind of confrontation. By staying professional it eliminates escalated situations and harsh consequences for misconduct and behavior.
Towards the end, he becomes independent of her and almost falls into the stereotype of men in the movie, but he is caring. Men aren 't depicted to care in the movie, but it is shown throughout that they care much more than anyone expects of them. Being a man in the world of Mud is more than fitting into the social standards that have been set. It is about being strong and holding up your beliefs, and not being afraid to care. Men like Mud and Ellis ' father shape how Ellis becomes a man and how his values are formed.
Atticus knows what he does and does not like, the same goes for his children although they are more forceful about it than Atticus. Atticus, as a lawyer is able to keep control of himself in difficult situations, making him come off as passive aggressive. But he is also gentle. He normally does not force Jem and Scout to do anything. He does not make Scout wear dresses, like Aunt Alexandra would if she could.