The significance that Zyklon B had during the Holocaust was due to its effectiveness, its use to kill Jews, and its capability to dehumanize anyone that was killed by the toxicity of Zyklon B. Zyklon B was modified from a pesticide that helped humanity to a toxic gas used to end humanity, becoming a factor that contributed to the Holocaust’s end result for
In the poem there is the family and the opposing force, nettles. The personification of nettles is done, to make them look aggressive and violent; like soldiers in war. There is a narrative tone to the poem with a moral tone that links with war. He describes the nettles as “the regiment of spite”. Not only does he directly call them troops, but he also provides them an actual feeling, spite.
Purpose: Douglass firmly believed that slavery was not only poisonous and dangerous for slaves, but for slaveholders as well and he used this event to prove his assertion. Quote: “The fatal poison of irresponsible power was already in her hands, and soon commenced its infernal work. That cheerful eye, under the influence of slavery, soon became red with rage; that voice, made all of sweet accord, changed to one of harsh and horrid discord; and that angelic face gave place to that of a demon.” (Douglass, 47-48)
To suggest this later change, Shakespeare emphasises Macbeth’s capacity for violence through the Captain’s soliloquy in how he describes Macbeth’s actions. The Captain states that Macbeth’s sword “smoked with bloody execution” and was used to “carve a passage” through his enemies before he ultimately “unseamed” Macdonwald. These verbs are highly suggestive, expressive Macbeth’s combat skills but also a darker side to the character. When stating that Macbeth’s sword “smoked”, when being used, Shakespeare suggests images of heat and of blood flecks filling the air – both of which emphasise the power of Macbeth’s strokes. By linking his weapon to heat – or even fire – Shakespeare could also be making an analogy to the flaming swords used by guardian
Anger is a curious thing some believe it helps them others believe it hurts them, but Mark Twain hit the nail on the head when he said “Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. ”(Mark Twain) Anger can be identified in a variety of ways by a variety of people. It builds up a person into their own trap while tearing down another.
Specifically unending torment vs. annihilationism. Unending torment being the the idea that hell is a place infinite suffering. Whereas annihilationism is the belief that condemned unbelievers will be annihilated, or destroyed after death, instead of spending an eternity
Dockterman is very effective in her argument. She uses a very generous amount of Ethos as well as logos to construct her argument while keeping underlying themes of pathos mixed in. Throughout her essay her use of diction and syntax is used at a level that makes it easy for all readers to understand what she is talking about. In the first sentence of the essay she immediately begins to establish her credibility by using a statistic that will be the basis of her argument.
The early 1900s was a time of continued advancement in industrial innovation as well as the creation of deadly made poisons. Chemicals began flooding into everyday products and certain methods of healthcare, raising the death toll rate substantially. The men behind a new made justice system, what the poisons were in, and a range of murder cases with these chemicals as the weapon are all addressed The documentary American Experience, “The Poisoner's Handbook “. Charles Norris and Alexander Gettler became the face of a new method of criminal justice system in the birth of forensic science using chemistry. Norris being the medical examiner while Gettler titled with the chief toxicologist.
The dystopian realistic-fiction novel “Asylum” tells a tale of three characters by the names of Abby, Jordan, and Dan becoming friends at a college preparatory over the summer. Unlike years past, the college preparatory that these three characters are attending is moved to an old, unused asylum due to construction being done on the original building. This doesn’t seem like a problem at first, but when a mysterious killer murders two people at the college prep and the main character, Dan, starts getting threatening anonymous notes, the asylum’s past starts to reveal itself in a chilling way that connects back to Dan’s family line. Throughout this novel, the author Madeleine Roux elaborates her word choice in a way that contributes to the meaning
Revenge can make humans execute reprehensible deeds. Those actions can later make the individual feel remorse, an emotion that is often found in people whom carry the weight of guilt. On the other hand, there also some people who find revenge to be satisfying and pleasing. In the short story, “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allen Poe, the narrator Montresor begins with telling the audience of a time when he sought revenge against his good friend Fortunato. In the poem, “A Poison Tree” by William Blake, the speaker too gets revenge on an enemy.