Throughout Lord of the Flies, more characters start to gradually lose these qualities which make us human. “The fire's the most important thing. Without the fire we can't be rescued. (Ralph would) like to put on war-paint and be a savage… (but) we must stay by the fire and make smoke.”
In this essay, we will explore the comparisons and contrasts of “To Build a Fire”, and “The Interlopers.” In “The Interlopers”, two men in a feud over land, fighting it out in nature, who will win? What will happen? Just like that “The Interlopers”, “To Build a Fire” is a story in which a man and his dog companion are out in nature, battling the cold, soon to have conflict just trying to get back home. These short stories both have characters who are outside and nature is against the characters.
New York Fall Foliage Cruises There’s nothing better than being out on the water during these autumn months. The changes that occur during the months of fall are beautiful and breathtaking. The air is cool and crisp, and the fall foliage is bright and colorful. Many find fall to be a tranquil, peaceful time that’s filled with beauty.
“The Man Into Whose Yard You Should Not Hit Your Ball,” Serves as a powerful representation of the nature and impacts of addiction on those close to and even peripheral to the addict. Lux uses the characters states and actions to show this. The narrative of this poem tells how a man mows his yard despite the season, the events happening, or what’s in his yard. The tone that overwhelms this poem compares the mans need to cut his grass is to addiction and the consequences that are a cause of it.
Cole hearing that is trying to get the short end of the stick. So as Cole goes through the program and arrives at the island for banishment they give him supplies and a shelter. “Inch by inch the billowing flames devoured the supplies and shelter.” (Mikaelsen 30). Cole 's attitude fails him again, he thinks he doesn 't need the supplies and shelter and he can do it all by himself and survive on an island.
Being with this if Chris was to be still alive he would mostly like think of his foolish young adult ways and childhood that caused him to upbring traits that were no good for his travels and life around the people who loved him the most. His ignorance was lead to by his upbringing of family drama, how his death came upon him, and the people who cared for him in which he had no intention of listening to before he stepped into the
As once he was a immature selfish man he’s able to transform into a decent and more morally sound one. In the beginning of the play, John seems to only look out for number one, himself; he gives into times of temptation with Abigail and does not pity his wife and mother of his children when the affair is brought to light. In contrast, when he hangs, he does so for the sake of Elizabeth and his children. When speaking of his family, Proctor says, “I blacken all of them when this is nailed to the church the very day they hang for silence” (143).
One of the main themes that appear throughout the story is courage. Barn Burning is a story about Sarty Snopes. Sartys father likes to burn down other barns on his spare time. Sarty gets no respect and is overworked but underfed. However, he has a great sense of justice, and is moral.
Captain Beatty is a fireman. Firemen used to put out fires, but after every house became fireproof, they act as the government’s official censor to prohibit literary works. This transition is known because of Beatty’s lecture to Montag, including the quote, “They (firemen) were given a new job, as custodians of our peace of mind, the focus of our understandable and rightful dread to be inferior.” (Bradbury 56) This also explains the need for firemen.
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In the United States, you would have to pay to go camping in a recreational park. Finland has very nice weather throughout the summer, but at times you might need a light layer from some of the cold breezes. Finland has some things that are in common like cows and some laws. Some laws may be very different but most of the time they are about the same. Finland has some of the same farm crops like corn.
For example, in the book it said that “ he still did not want outside light. He pulled out his igniter, felt the salamander etched on its silver disc, gave it a flick,” (Bradbury 13). The Salamander also represents their fire truck. However, in the book it said that “Salamander coming, coming to burn Mr. Black’s while he was away at work, to make his wife stand to shiver in the morning air while the roof lets go and dropped in upon the fire,” (Bradbury 130). Furthermore, the Salamander may be their truck, but it means that it can ruin people 's lives.
The Road brings the idea of how the father and his son trying to survive and find a way to travel southward. The simple conversations between the man and the boy contains emotions that both of them are afraid of losing each other. Imagine the city we used to live in got burned down into scorched dirt and there is only one person that you can trust, this is The Road. Humanities appears only on the little boy that shows sympathy on everyone he met. For instance, when the thief came and stole their bags and cart the man tore down everything on him and left.
Lack of apathy in both poems is a shared trait of the townspeople as well as the shipmen. Which then lead to terrible outcomes. In “Richard Cory”, the speaker says “So on we waited for the light,” using a collective “we” to talk about the townspeople’s neglect to the situation (Robinson 13). The townspeople continued their days, looking up to Richard Cory, unwilling to act upon what was wrong. Instead of praising Richard Cory for being the “perfect” subject created by society, the townspeople should have acted upon his struggles, showing apathy and not ignoring their shunning of the situation, which was created by the environment around them.