Not me! Julia! I don’t care what you do to her” (Orwell 286) just before he is about to be attacked by the rats. He would rather be saved and have Julia killed than be brave and sacrifice himself for her. Hence, Winston is not brave under any circumstances and puts himself before others, even if they mean a lot to
He said many sexual things, that he was going to burn down their house if she did not come out and even threatened his family. In The movie he seemed little more than a sly, omniscient creep. Arnold did say he would break down the door, and hinted at a burning house but was not as blunt about it as in the book. He also did not state anything blatantly sexual. The ending of the movie was vastly different from the ending in the book.
Carlson started to suggest that Candy’s dog is just suffering and waiting to die. He also said that the dog is no good to himself and to Candy, so why don’t Candy just shoot it. “He ain’t no good to you, Candy. An’ he ain;t no good to himself. Why’n’t you shoot him, Candy?” (Steinbeck 44) In reality, Carlson didn’t really care about the dog or Candy, he just wanted to kill it for fun or because it stinks up the whole bunkhouse.
Throughout the novel Lord of the flies by William Golding, During World War two, parents send their kids away from the war to prevent them from being hurt. But after being sent by plane, it was later on shot down causing kids to be stranded on a deserted island.Ralph is known as the leader and also the protagonist in the novel. Jack is the leader of the hunters, he is the cruelest one out of everyone and urges to slaughter a hog. However William Golding compares Jack and Ralph characteristic during Lord of The Flies he portrays Jack as animalistic, and Ralph as civilized.But Ralph can be compared to Jack a civilized leader and Jack a Fierce leader. Jack in Lord of the flies by William Golding is mostly portrayed as animalistic because how he acts when he tries to hunt a wild boar and acts like an animal.
Doug lying next to his wife with children of his own sleeping in the other room woke up and decided that he “will arise and go now and kill Ralph Underhill” (Bradbury 1). The reason this thought came about was because of the horrible things Ralph did to him when they were twelve. These memories were so vivid that the only seemingly just thing to do was to kill Ralph. Doug was not sure why it took so long to seek revenge and it had Doug questioning, “Why it hadn't come to [him] when [he] was thirty or forty”
Despite the fact that Tybalt initiated the fight, Romeo did kill Tybalt with no need for self-defense. Although killing Tybalt was Romeo's intentions at the moment, his actions were not premeditated. In conclusion, the outcome of Romeo Montague's trial proves his is guilty of a violent crime. His defense was not strong enough reasoning and could not support Romeo’s claim of self-defense. The evidence presented to the jury gave a clear indication of no need for self-defense.
The most inhumane thing about diseases is that humans spread them to each other. In Tuesdays with Morrie, Morrie mourns for himself every morning because of the horrible disease that has taken over his body (Albom 56). Morrie’s disease has caused almost all of his physical capabilities cease to exist. This disease caused Morrie to lose some of his humanity. In Night, Jews being held in concentration camps were constantly catching diseases.
He shot her in cold blood, and left no thought for her, no sense. This woman was just a object in her path. The sniper had no care for the people he killed. Similarly, the man also had no sense as to what he had done after he killed the man, he didn’t know fully what he did, he didn’t know what to do. The man after he had completed his mission just stood there, didn’t show a whole lot of sympathy for the people after he killed them, Just another case where the man was just shooting at an object.
When he found out that Karen had passed away, Conrad went into chaos mode. He went through the doctor’s office knocking things off the shelves showing the violence of the situation. All the family could have used the method of state. The Jarrett family went entirely under stress mode when they found out about their son in the awful boating accident. They had very poor communications skills after the death, because they were all extremely upset.
Picking up a newspaper today is like picking up one thousand bricks. It is painful to read about the horrible, gut wrenching stories. Stories that happen to innocent civilians, and yet, their families slowly pick up the pieces and move on, leaving all wondering how. In The Story of my Life, Farah, a young girl growing up in war-torn Afghanistan loses it all. Her leg was amputated after a land mine blew up beneath her, and her father and sisters were killed after a rocket hit their house.
While he was one of the most know serial killers , he 's a cannibal, he kept the victims heads in the freezer and kept there skulls, poured acid in their heads to see what would happen, and dismembered their bodies after torching them. Jeffrey Dahmer was born in Milwaukee, May 21, 1960 It was just him and his parents. When he turned six he had to get a double hernia removed after that he was never the same. He thought it was odd, people
In chapter 25, we sadly learn that Tom Robinson died in an attempt to escape prison. -Summary for Ch. 26-31 (AT LEAST FOUR SENTENCES): During the final chapters, things become intense in Maycomb. In chapter 26 Scout learns about Adolf Hitler and ask Atticus why her teacher hates Hitler for hating the jews, whenever she hates black people. In chapter 27, Scout gets put into a pagnet for Mrs. Merriweather, making her be a pork for one of the things that Maycomb is known for.
After the death of Lavender, he is wracked with guilt because he believes that his preoccupation with his unrequited love for Martha caused the deaths of Ted Lavender and Kiowa, two members of Alpha Company. Cross sits at the bottom of his foxhole and cries for the passing of Lavender and the loss of Martha as his lover (Kaplan 45). He later destroys all the pictures he has of Martha since he felt ashamed for loving her more than his men (O’Brien 7, 9). In conclusion, Tim uses his mental struggles to deal with the scars left behind by the war by channeling his emotions into writing. He depicts the struggle that war veterans go through since not every soldier can forget the death and move on.