You may disagree with me now but after you read my paper you will be against hunting. Hunting is cruel because it helps cause deer/car collisions not help stop them. When a hunter fires a gun, it scares the deer, so they will run and some will run into roads. “Studies show that car/deer collisions increase during hunting season because hunters frighten the deer out of the woods and onto roads.” (Lin 2). Also, when a deer is shot it doesn’t die
According to Mark Twain, "Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear-not absence of fear.” Courage is what Charlie displays over and over in the book Jasper Jones. In the book Jasper Jones, Jasper and Charlie Bucktin find a dead girl in the forest and if anyone finds the body they will think it was Jasper. That is because Jasper is the town trouble maker. So now Charlie and Jasper must find the killer. Charlie showed courage because he did certain things that would make other kids cower, for example hiding a dead body, standing up to your mom, and stealing some of mad Jacks peaches.
Clearly, Rancher Croom did not see a reason to continue his detached marriage, and instead of trying to improve it, he wanted to end it. This type of marriage is simply horrifying and proves that without love, it is a tragedy. Also, Proulx makes the comparison, “[Rancher Croom] rises again to the top of the cliff like a cork in a bucket milk”. This comparison effectively describes the abrupt landing of Rancher Croom once his body hits the dirt. The quotation creates an image of the body splattering when it hits the ground.
Initially, Stafford makes it appear that the speaker has had prior experiences of stumbling across dead animals on the road. The speaker continues, “It is usually best to roll them into the canyon,” revealing that the speaker is knowledgeable of the situation. Referring back to past encounters, one is capable of making quicker decisions when approaching familiar situation or problems in life. Calm and collected, the speaker decides to take responsibility to pathe the way of the road and remove the deer. In the next line, the speaker explains that to “swerve might make more dead.” Swerving is a representation of avoiding the situation, which may end up killing the speaker or cause more accidents to unsuspecting drivers that may take the same road as the speaker.
On Chapter 3 ; Pg 40 George claims that he should have let him drown in the river that one time when George Milton told Lennie Small to jump into first. Later on down the road George says “that it would damn good if you were hit in the head by a horse” which could mean that he wished he was kicked in the head so that Lennie small would have died in the impact of the kick. Therefore leading me into my next point of how George Milton Executes Lennie Small with a lugger. Legally George Milton is guilty, It was clearly premeditated and there's no way it was an act of self-defense. Carlson owns the Luger, but everybody assumed that Lennie stole it when he fled the ranch.
Candy ended up letting them shoot his dog, “he led the dog out into the darkness...a shot sounded in the distance...”(Steinbeck 48-49). Although he was upset he was not the one who did it, he understood it was important to move past the loss of his dog.It was time for his dog to pass away already and he had to put his emotions aside and let them end his misery. Another example of the characters having to get through the loss of a pet is when Slim had to kill off some of his dogs because he didn’t have
Once again, Eurylochus displays a juxtaposition. He did not follow the others into Circe's home because he knew there was trouble and potentially death awaiting. However, he willingly killed the cattle knowing full-well he and the other crewmen could be punished. His reason was clouded by temptation and
Me and my dad were rinsing out the bright blood to cool the deer's body so the meat wouldn’t overheat. The bright blood fled out of the body as we added more water. We had put the deer in the back of my dad's truck and we had taken a couple pictures. We registered the deer on our phone. We then packed up and headed home.
Or maybe since Candy said that he should have killed his dog, George may hurt Lennie and vice versa. What was the author trying to say when Lennie crushed Curley’s hand? I think that the author was trying to show that Lennie can crush anything easily, even if he doesn’t mean to. I also think that Lennie crushing Curley’s hand will foreshadow that he will crush something else further in the book too. Maybe an object?
If you kill animals for food that is different, that is how you survive in the wild. I see the ways buck can be good, like when he saves John Thornton three times. That is a big deal I can not disagree with that being good. That is saving ones life that shows goodness. And he would let go the squirrels he caught, but think about it, he caught the squirrels first and tormented them by letting them go just so he can catch them again, that is really evil and I think you should agree with me.