The gorilla then strangles Yank, making Yank's demise be at the hands of the animal he was so often compared to. The play's stage directions often contribute to the overarching theme with its use of caricaturizing the characters and settings as well as its repetition to embellish the messages the playwright was trying to express. For example, O'Neill uses exaggeration to show the firemen's animalistic similarity in the first scene when stating "The men themselves should resemble those pictures in which the appearance of Neanderthal man is guessed at. All are hairy-chested, with long arms of tremendous power, and low, receding brows above their small, fierce, resentful eyes." (1.1) this use of embellishment helps provide the reader with the image of the stereotypical "caveman" mirroring their behavior.
They are a variety of an American bull terrier that are known for their muscular built of body and often associated with ferocity. “Pit bulls have a reputation for aggression and many municipalities have ordinances either forbidding pit bull ownership outright or imposing restrictions on ownership,” (Source B). People that raise pit bulls love them and train them properly so that others will like them as well. Owners hear and see the discrimination towards pitbulls and try to help others believe they are friendly and loving dogs. “Pit bull owners argue that studies show that the pit bull breed itself is no more dangerous than any other, but rather the culprits are irresponsible owners who train them to be aggressive and combative,” (Source B).
In any Hollywood adaptation of a written work, one can only expect to find major differences from the original story. Unsurprisingly, the Hollywood adaptation of Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape is no different. However, there are a handful of similarities between the two works from the central theme of the story to the major characters. Specifically, class struggle is prominent throughout both the film and the play, and the major characters of buffoonish Yank (or rather, Hank), Mildred, Paddy, and Long are all present. Furthermore, the crucial scene of Mildred calling Yank a “hairy ape” in the stokehold and Yank’s questioning of his identity and eventual arrest also make an appearance.
Thus, the hair makes D-503 question his role in society and position in whether he fully conformsfidelity to OneState rule. D-503’s frequent concerns over his hairy appearance suggests that individuality makes him feel isolated from other Numbers, such as when he describes himself as having “monkey’s hands”. The animal imagery of comparing his hands to those of a monkey, depicts the ancestry that resides in D-503, by linking his hereditary background to wild animals. Since monkeys are vicious, dangerous animals, it depicts the lack of order and savagery and disobedience that inhibits both monkeys and D-503. However, monkeys also connote of mischief and curiosity,
Lord of the Flies Jack represents being power hungry and disobedient for the incorrect reasons In the book Lord of the flies, there are several things that connect the earth right now and human expertise. In the book most of the boys go through a phase that they never went through before, through out the book they're going through a "animal-like" phase that I feel the reader does not expect from them. I decided a decision} to concentrate on Jack because I believe that he was a lot more animal-like then the other boys because of that I think he extremely stands out because of his actions and feelings he made the other boys animal-like. I feel this is often necessary as a result of the influence he created on the other boys is quite like what people do at this moment,
Jennifer Viegas (2011) states that “the chimps would poke at their own eyes and other body parts, bang themselves against surfaces, pull out their hair, pace, drink urine, and do other things not associated with wild chimpanzee populations” (para. 6). Zoo visitors also have an effect on the animals’ temperament. People unknowingly throw unsuitable food and rocks at the caged creatures, hurting them physically and tormenting them mentally. These actions only worsen their conditions and thus the animals suffer to a greater
Cosmetic animal testing, and the vicious treatment animals fall victim to. Being someone who has huge interest in cosmetics and applies it on a daily basis, one would want to know how makeup is created, and the process it goes through to reach one’s dresser. Throughout the process, cosmetic animal testing is a main aspect of it, which is appalling. Why should cosmetic testing be banned? It should be banned because animals go through a terrible procedure when undergoing this process, as it is inhumane , the drugs that get injected in the animals are harmful in many ways , cosmetic testing on animals in the United States is very costly and there are alternatives for cosmetic testing on animals, as it is no longer necessary.
The worst thing is when they become experimental material for chemical products experiments.For example, there is a video that went viral about a monkey with horrific face and one of its hands cannot be moved due to an effect of the chemical testing. Really inhumane, only those words can describe for these situations. If you are seen this situation, what would you do?. Assalamuailaikum and good morning to everyone. My name is Nur Iznie Mohamad and I would like to persuade you all with my speech.
Also more effort must be put in to save the surplus animals in zoos because they are getting killed off. Animal rights organizations around the world have been shedding light on the horrors that are taking place in the zoos. A positive point that this report focuses on is the education that is provided to the public and how animals are important to the Earth. However even though education is a positive point there is a negative stance towards it. The report concludes that zoos should change their views and ways to give animals and the people a better experience and leave behind these cruel outdated methods.
Specifically, I feel like a lion being used for entertainment is wrong. For example, Jonah Bromwich, journalist for New York Times, shares that the only reason we are allowed to share space with loins is because they are physically abused, disciplined with whips and bars (Bromwich). Thus, they are forced to participate or will be hurt. Secondly, lions are literally torn apart to be able to work with humans. For instance, Colleen Kinzley, Director of the Oakland Zoo, reports “And I know that, in the case of these animals, many of them have had their claws and teeth removed in order for people to be able to work around them”.