Wallace’s imaginative vocabulary crawled into the back of his reader’s heads, having a constant thought that we are doing something unethical. The descriptive language that he displayed tugged heart strings when Wallace conveyed the image of a struggling, boiling, live lobster. “Even if you cover the kettle and turn away, you can usually hear the cover rattling and clanking as the lobster tries to push it off.” (Wallace). Wallace’s words appeal to any human being’s emotions by
Ugolino is placed at the absolute lowest circle in Hell and as such receives the brutal punishment of being forced to eat someone's head. Count Ugolino demonstrates that he is being punished this way when “His eyes narrowed to slits when he was done, and he seized the skull again between his teeth grinding it as a mastiff grinds a bone” (XXXIII.76-79). This quote contains a metaphor which compares Ugolino to the likes of an animal feasting upon a bone. Because of how primal Ugolino becomes after telling his story it can also echo the earlier line about fasting overcoming Ugolino's grief. Both of these lines are symbolically vague in the sense of what Count Ugolino sinned for exactly.
Other examples of his slipping humanity would be the first time he killed a fish. As Pi addressed in the book, “to think that I 'm a strict vegetarian. . . and always shuddered when I snapped open a banana because it sounded to me like the breaking of an animal 's neck. I descended to a level of savagery I never imagined possible.” (249) He is aware of the changes that are occurring inside of him.
Being driven to take on his horrible actions the reader can see that General Zaroff loves the rush of how he does things. The look of General Zaroff may have a tendency to appear to a person as bizarre. General Zaroff’s appearances draw mostly to his bloody looking lips that help hide his piercing teeth in his mouth. Seeing the traits of General Zaroff appear to be quite ironic to the reader being that he is trying to resemble a killing beast. With the story continuing, the reader can assure that the traits of General Zaroff are correct for his purposes of sick pleasure.
The short story ‘Two Were Left’ by Hugh B. Cave exhibits constant suspense that keeps the reader entertained throughout the entirety of the story. Even the title of the story itself has a sense of suspense to it and raises many questions. The story instantly starts in a whirlpool of action as Noni is starving on an iceberg with only his starving dog, Nimuk, as his companion. Noni then decides to sharpen a piece of iron from his leg brace to kill and eat Nimuk to satisfy his growing hunger. However, Noni lacks the guts to take his pet’s life, and flings his makeshift knife away leaving him at the mercy of Nimuk.
Rasheed’s “powerful hand clasp her jaw. He shoved two fingers into her mouth and pries it open, then forces the cold, hard pebbles into it. Mariam [struggles] against him, but he kept pushing the pebbles in…”
He was being treated unfairly and the boys picked on him but he endured it as much as he could. He complained about how he was being treated while holding the conch, but if the boys treated Jack the way they treated Piggy, he would have gotten physical about it. Conjointly, before Simon's murder takes place, everyone feast on the pig that Jack and his hunters killed. After they ate things started to get intense between Ralph and Jack. Fortunately, Piggy was there to stop it.
"Yes," Kaz chokes out a whimper as he 's roughly stroked, lips parting to make way for harsh breaths. "Well, Miller, I 'll do anything to you that you want. Anything-" Ocelot trails off, Kaz 's cock catching his gaze, all red and leaking, almost painful looking. He 's a bit impressed, he 'll admit, at how well he 's held himself together so far.
The man inches the flame into the now gushing wound and slowly lets the fire make contact, searing the mangled flesh and burning it back together. The smell of burning meat fills the space churns my stomach and I dribble puke. His screams are indescribable. I’ve heard my fair share of screaming, everyone has, but the noises escaping Mykel’s lips aren’t human or angel. I don’t think it is long before the legendary angel cry for help will hit everyone’s eardrums.
You happily sit down hoping he is hungry and open you pack. You put out all the food you have and start munching happily. Out of the corner of your eye you see Phil Keagan looking longingly at your food. You hold back a smile. You were right; Phil Keagan is hungry.
Jack exhibits this type of command, because under his conditions, he certainly enjoys being a savage. In the aftermath of Simon’s death, Jack displays that he uses terror to manipulate others when he said, “-and then, the beast might try to come in. You remember how he crawled-”(pg160) to one of his hunters that asked why they should defend the gate. Not only does Merridew uses the beast as his advantage, he has also shown that he’s willing to eliminate anyone who interferes with his path, even if it means crossing the line. When Ralph screamed at Jack that he’s chief, Meridew in response, charged at the original leader as if he was bloodlusted.