He ran into the cowboys and tricked them into thinking that they had set up an ambush to scare them away. He got back home, but his dad never came back. He came to the realization that they probably put him on a prison ship and that they would release him when the war was over. Him and his mother were left to run the tavern by themselves. This ws very accurate because, during the war most of the men went to fight, so the women and children had to do most of the work.
We find out Paul and his friends volunteered to fight because becoming a soldier was thought to be a great and honorable title to hold during that time in Germany. Paul and his friends resent their decision and their elders after they go to training camp. There the are trained by Corporal Himmelstoss who is known for his brutal tactics. Almost half of their men are dead and new recruits are brought in. Paul and his friends help out the new recruits because it turns out men are dying faster than they can be trained so the new soldiers have no knowledge of fighting on the front lines.
The commander thinks that it would be better to turn tail for both of the armies, Union and Confederates, and train for months. He describes how men actually died in war, you have to make one Army from all the of the men, and in order to do that, he needed Joby. Joby is the heart of the army, he controls the fingers which are the soldiers. If he beats his drum slowly, the next day the soldiers will lie upon the fields, their hearts slowed. They would be brought down by enemy fire.
Mason tells Tex that, he sold Negrito and his own horse, Red. He tells Tex that, because their father, Pop, has not sent them any money from the rodeo circuit, and he had to sell the horses to pay the bills. Tex becomes enraged after hearing the news and begins to break stuff. Mason starts getting angry, and their fight soon turns physical. After the fighting, Mason apologizes to Tex.
As opposed to righteous view that America was safeguarding its position in the war, the Japanese American internments were created out of resentment and racial prejudice fostered by other Americans. As the article “Personal Justice Denied” stated, the internments were led by “widespread ignorance of Japanese Americans contributed to a policy conceived in haste and executed in an atmosphere of fear and anger at Japan” (Doc E, 1983). It may seem like a precautionary cause to make internments but there aren’t any other extreme measures for other fronts. Caused by a hatred stirred by media and society’s view, many people disdain the Japanese. Even at the high levels of government, officials share similar prejudices.
Romeo didn’t want his new wife’s cousin Tybalt or his best friend Mercutio to die, so he tried to break the up the sword fight. But Mercutio being the hot-headed guy he is didn’t listen to Romeo and kept fighting Tybalt and got killed in the process. Before Mercutio dies, he says, "A plague on both your houses." (3.1.102) putting a curse on the Montague and Capulet houses. Coincidentally in the next few days there are five more deaths in the Capulet and Montague families all thanks to
For instance, he mentions that Ieyasu contributed significantly to political problems and issues during the Edo Period, though I believe that he does not support this argument through in-depth means and more so concludes that his real influence and contribution was to the major cultural aspects of Japanese life, of which I do agree with. As such. I do consider this article to be mildly biased towards presenting Ieyasu in an exceedingly positive-light, when it is obvious that his need to live life luxuriously would have interfered with serious political issues that he, as Shogun, should have addressed more adequately. I would agree that this article sheds light on the histories of Ieyasu and his role in transforming and developing Japanese culture into a more unique entity extremely well, but at times arguments can be oversimplified and dismiss important facts that identify specifically the role of political warfare in the evolution of Japanese culture. Though, I would recommend this article to anyone wanting to expand their knowledge of historical Japanese culture and the way in which it was brought about by Tokugawa Ieyasu during his period as Shogun, as it clearly examines and details useful
a) The impact their experiences have on them as characters Ha, Marji, and Ishmael all experience war in their lives. Marji has to survive an unfair government and ruler. Ha has to leave Vietnam because the communists are coming to take over. Ishmael is recruited to the military when he is 12 years old and there was no other way to survive without becoming a child soldier. The experiences these people have been in, impact them because they all have lose their childhood and innocence.
The “Japanifying Korea” efforts are depicted as once again detrimental to society; however, it appears that in this film, Korea ultimately saves Japan in a metaphorical stance. The uncle of Lady Hideko adamantly attempts to adopt Japanese styles, culture, and modernization that it brings; this is evident in the Japanese-inspired architecture of the uncle’s property, which incorporates English and Japanese styles in a Korean landscape (Park 0:03:30). The property as a whole is product of the forced infusion of British, Japanese, and Korean styles and culture, which develops the allegorical basis of tension and issues that the film tackles. The uncle is perversing Korea and Korean culture, ultimately making circumstances worse, which is metaphorical for the criticism of Japanese imperialism in Korea. In The Handmaiden, the uncle represents the heinous product of Japanese imperialism, Lady Hideko is the victim, and Sook-hee represents the Korean influence and hero.
Learning to appreciate the differences between the two cultures is important and helps to broaden the understanding of cultural differences. Western cultures are based on individualism rather than collectivism. In many Western societies, emphasis is placed on individual rights unlike Chinese culture, where the country, society or family are based above self. At first glance, Chinese is obviously different from Western Culture. We have different surface culture.