Rikki-tikki just came from the cobra nest smashing all the eggs to prevent any more snakes from coming into the garden. Nag wanted to end this once and for all. “Let us talk”(19), Nag said. You eat eggs why should I not eat birds. This is why I think nag is a very cruel snake.
I punctured the knife through the snake’s scales so I could have something to hold onto. The snake was advancing so rapidly it could not halt before it smashed into the enclosure. I leapt off the serpent. A sudden fear washed over me, I just stood there, still. A few minutes later when I recovered from that escapade, I tried to find another corridor or passageway.
For instance, after the Mariners crew was taken from him because of his decision to kill the albatross he was forced to “look upon the rotting deck,” where all of his “dead men lay” (Coleridge 7). The Mariner is tortured by his isolation whenever he looks back at his mistakes. His choice to kill the albatross forced him into isolation which slowly eroded his will to live. Similar to the way the Mariner was tortured by his mistake, Victor is led to his demise after he “swears...to pursue the demon who caused this misery” (Frankenstein 193). Victors isolation corrupted his mind into thinking that the only path left to take was to hunt down his creation until it ended in his own or the creature’s death.
Scar had a jealous conscience and dark deep desires since Simba was the heir to the throne. Thus he wanted to murder Mufasa and Simba to seize the position. He murders Mufasa but Simba survived, Scar then advised Simba to run away, declaring he was responsible for the tragic death of his father and to never come back, like this he would not disturb his reign. The fervor for power led Scar to murder his own brother who was the king were horrendous actions shaped by power. Once Scar reigned he did as he pleased with his reign, at the end, there was no water or food left it to turn into an eerie place plenty of evilness.
When Victor misses, he shows the guests which way the monster ran and they all hunt for him, he was not found. As stated in the story, “This idea made me shudder and recalled me to action.” Victor’s anger caused him to want revenge on the monster so he spent the rest of his life chasing down the monster, to kill
The book begins with the two of them making their way to a ranch after being fired from their last job, which was working on a farm in the town of Weed. Lennie and George were forced to run from Weed because Lennie was being accused of a violent crime that he did not commit; however, during the Great Depression and especially in the West violence was widespread as people were frustrated and angry due to the lack of money, food, and very often, housing. Steinbeck realized this and incorporated it in this novel. He utilized violence as its driving force. In Of Mice and Men violence serves as the catalyst for
One example would be the way Ying Ying St. Clair's baby died. “I took this baby from my womb before it could be born. This was not a bad thing in China back then, to kill a baby before it is born. But even then, I thought it was bad, because my body flowed with terrible revenge as the juices of this man’s firstborn son poured out of me.” (281). In the book, she aborted her unborn son as revenge to her husband who left her for another woman.
While the duke and the dauphin and lying about their identity, they are gaining money through this. The readers know they don’t deserve that money. It also evokes aggravation because the people of that town and the Wilks girls are gullible enough to believe that the duke and the dauphin are Peter Wilks’ brother with no proof to prove that. This is used to satirize how people easily believed anything with no proof and did not question. In Death of a Salesman, after many years of struggling to pay for all the bills, Willy decides to commit suicide because he wanted the insurance money to be given to Biff, his son but at his funeral, the readers find out: "I made the last payment on the house today.Today, dear.
However, people can not die it will be another way to interpret. People does not care about their own rather the well-being of those around them. The travelers caused death by greed. In fact, they kill each other to obtain more provisions for themselves. The youngest traveler say, “Lord, to think I might have all that treasure to myself alone!”(Pg 149) He intentionally killed his teammates because of his love of money.
There is a war between the people of Waknuk and the deviations because the people of Waknuk have such strong and harsh opinions or beliefs about the deviations that they would kill them to not have anything or anyone that’s different in the world. Discrimination causes death because after Aunt Harriet asks David’s mother for help and she refuses to help, the next day as the book said "Aunt Harriet's body has been found in a river, no one mentioned a baby…." (p.74) that shows that Aunt Harriet’s sister hurt her emotionally and mentally and that caused her to commit suicide so she can save her baby from an unfair and cruel world and also because she felt unworthy of everything. Aunt Harriet’s death was not for nothing it proved to us that not everyone is strong enough to stand up for themselves and fight because they are afraid they will get hurt. In the end we can conclude that, Discrimination within the novel has a negative impact on many of the characters mental stability, wellbeing and the feeling of being safe , it is unfair and makes the characters question themselves and their surroundings, and it also results in war, death and being an outcast.
Yes, I think the narrator is responsible for Doodle’s death. He could have helped him when he fell but he was being lazy. He “ran as fast as [he] could, leaving him far behind with a wall of rain dividing us.” (6) The narrator left Doodle behind during the storm leading to him dying. “So I began to make plans to kill him by smothering him with a pillow.” (1) He had wanted to kill Doodle before Doodle actually died. “His awkwardness at digging the hole with a shovel whose handle was twice as long as he
Should the mentally challenged get another chance if they have killed someone and could do it again. No one should get another chance if they have committed a crime worthy of the death penalty. They should not get another chance because everyone is taught right from wrong and in John Steinbeck 's book Of Mice and Men Lennie Knew what he did was wrong and that is why he went to the creek where George told him to go if he ever got in trouble like he had before and he would again. George is justified in killing Lennie because he knew Lennie kill again and would never get better and their dream would never come true, it was a mercy killing and was the best thing for Lennie at that moment, and George knew Lennie would keep making the same mistakes and eventually would make one that even he could not forgive him for. That is why George is justified.
Later on in the story Day’s family is dying of the plague and he wanted to save his family since his family is the only thing he had left, so he broke into the hospital and found out that there was no more plague medicine, so he ran, but he has been a bit slow since June’s brother Metias(Hear about him later) stops Day, but Day throws a knife at him and “kills his brother”. June a girl with a perfect trial score parents die, so all she has left is her brother, but when she learns that Day killed her brother, she became super mad , “Day’s exploits used to fascinate
but the I realized I was in a tent under a bed. So I was scared of what the people would do if I was caught. I held the knife firmly in my hand and was about to sneak out and I peaked under the tent. And saw trucks and cars with things mounted on them that I have never seen before then something grabbed my arm. and pulled me back it was Dr.Zygon the second in command of the lab I looked at him and smiled and hugged him with tears.
Spill his blood!’” (168) Jack’s tribe, overcome by their inner savagery, without thinking kill Simon thinking he’s the beast, this shows that the boys on the island have lost the part of civilization inside them. Piggy 's murder was also unjustified but also done with intent, “Piggy fell forty feet and landed on his back across that square, red rock in the sea. His head open and stuff came out and turned red, piggy’s arms and legs twitched a bit, like a pig who had just been killed.”(201) This death is different than the other one, in that they were fully aware of what they were doing and killed piggy anyway with no remorse. Inhabiting the island for the amount of time the boys have been there has caused the boys to revert to savages who resort to