The knife! Damn all of them! And the monster who invented them!” (6). She reminds the Bridegroom that his father and oldest brother both died at the hands of men who used weapons. They are things “that can cut into a man’s body!” (6), symbolizing death and destruction.
The father drags his son to a mass grave, filled with bodies. The boy says, “There’s babies in there.” The father hits him “They’re all the same” The boy realizes that his father is weak, demented and full of inhumanity. In the final scene with the father and son, the boy runs away, yelling at his dad, “I hate you!” Mr. Wright ends up being a hero, finding his conscience in the heat of the massacre, fueled by his wife! At the end, we see a shack and we hear screams coming from Fannie. She finally got the beating that she
Beowulf by Burton Raffel, an epic poem. What happens in Beowulf is there is a hero, Beowulf, who has to fight the bad guy, Grendel< who kills everyone. Beowulf use these three values: lof, comitatus, and wyrd. Beowulf uses lof by telling everyone that he is going to kill Grendel. Then that is where wyrd comes into place, all the warriors joined Beowulf and started to have fate in him.
An alliteration follows, “beaten in battle, bloodying”(844). This emphasizes how Beowulf brutally hurt Grendel leading him to his death. Grendel then drags himself to “his doom to the demons’ mere”(845). It is as if we hear Grendel falling because the word doom is heavy like a body falling. The slight consonance, “water wallowed”(846) displays an image of Grendel’s home filling with blood exposing his end.
After Jack’s intentional killing of Piggy, he responds violently, “‘...That’s what you’ll get! I meant that! There isn’t a tribe for you anymore...I’m chief!’” Viciously, with full intention, he hurled his spear at Ralph. The point tore the skin and flesh over Ralph’s ribs, then sheared off and fell in the water” (Golding 181). Jack’s jealousy of Ralph’s authority caused him to take away all of Ralph’s group members, and would lead him to wanting to ultimately take him down.
In the same way I did with the previous human, I attacked and killed the other human. I did not know what to do going forward, for my heart was filled with pain and sorrow. I felt as though I had become the very monster that humans ascribed to sasquatches. My justification was that he killed my parents, but in my heart, I knew that seeking revenge didn 't solve the heart of the issue. From that moment forward, I lived alone and in solitude heartbroken without anyone to care for.
Plans to train, and push him came to a bitter end, so in a last ditch effort, Brother pushed him one last time. “He had been bleeding from the mouth and neck” (Hurst 354). That final attempt to push Doodle had ruptured his heart. This piece of evidence goes well with the next piece. This piece of evidence is was touched on a bit earlier.
Here the author is explaining how shocked Johnny was once he killed the Soc. Consequently with all that was going on at that moment, Johnny defended himself and Ponyboy who is one of the Greasers. Furthermore, Ponyboy responds saying, “‘You really killed him, huh, Johnny? ‘Yeah.’ His voice quivered slightly. ‘I had to.
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This has a correlation to everyone has a murderous intent deep inside. “I, a lapsed pacifist fallen from grace puffed with Darwinism pieties for killing now drew a bead on the little woodchuck’s face.” This shows that the speaker begins to fall from his humane side and the villain side started to come out. The uncontrollable lust for blood could not be stopped and it continued until he killed a plethora of woodchucks. Another example showing the author giving an atmosphere that everyone has a
He has seen countless people slaughtered by war. The text, "Babes in Arms," depicts this when it states, "We walked around the village and killed everyone who came out of the huts." This is a horrific thought. This sentence is just foul and supports my thought of war traumatizing
At the beginning of the story there was an un ordinary mom named Starr knight, she was one to wear glossy make up and brand name clothes. Until her husband found her wearing baggy clothes and murdered in a tangle of kudzu. That 's how the beginning of the book started with mistrys. Everyone shocked with this murder was wondering how they were going to tell starr knights kinds that their mother has passed away. So when it came to the time they had to tell the kids about their mother, they decided to lie about it instead of telling them their mother was murdered.
If enough people believe that Chinggis Khan is the punishment of God, it almost becomes true, as everyone treats and reacts to him as the punishment of God. Chinggis Khan also had no respect for religion. He burned down churches and killed everyone inside, as easily as he killed anyone else. He also killed “all from the male sex even to the female, all the priests and monks… Wednesday in Easter week” Chinggis Khan killed priests and monks, who were ordained ministers who had strong connections to religion. This in itself is brutal and ruthless, but the additional fact that he chose to do this during Easter week, defined as “the most important and oldest festival of the Christian Church…” is entirely ignorant of religion.
A couple of eyewitnesses reported hearing various insults including Tybalt’s heinous greeting; “Thou art a villain” (III.i. 62). Fighting between Mercutio and Tybalt were reported soon after, leaving Mercutio with fatal wounds to die within the next few moments. Romeo, enacting the law, killed Tybalt for killing his dear friend Mercutio, and then fled the scene. When The Prince, the Capuletss, and the Montagues had arrived to the scene, they found the dead bodies of Mercutio and Tybalt.
Soon after Creon hears the news that his son and wife are dead, he says, “Take me away, I beg you, out of sight. A rash indiscriminate fool! I murdered you, my son, against my will- you too, my wife.”(Sophocles 1459-62). Even though Creon did not mean for his son and wife to die, he actions are what brought them to kill themselves. Creon is Shocked with the deaths of his wife and son and says, “Oh no, another, a second loss to break of heart.