Evil is a personified power that deceives humans both internally and externally. Evil contradicts both moral behavior and thought as well as fatalism. Evil is the most fundamental manifestation of the human experiences. It arises in many forms. Evil can strike marginal aspects of human life and affects the very center of the human
Sometimes, when we are afraid, we make up something tangible to characterize our fears. We tend to believe that it exists, when in reality it is just a manifestation of or a way to cope with our terror. Similarly, in Lord of the Flies, the beast begins as a figment of the boys’ imaginations as a representation of their collective fears. Their notion of the beast is one that evolves over the course of the novel, eventually manifesting itself as the Lord of the Flies and illustrating mankind's’ intrinsic capacity for evil. The boys' changing belief in the beast indicates their steady loss of innocence, a journey that reveals the corrupt impulses hidden deep within all human beings.
Evil is profoundly immoral actions, evil is being malevolent. Everyone does evil things like hit someone, or call them names, it’s something people do before they understand it's wrong. Even after people learn that it’s wrong they still use it throughout their lives, but why? Evil and fear is created by people who strive for power and the need to feel wanted. In William Golding’s “The Lord of the Flies” the creation of evil and fear is demonstrated through different symbols.
“Human” despises her though, and says that she didn’t care for anyone but the humans. Symbolism also displays the divide in opinions. The soldiers uses the word “evil” in the same sentence as “claws” to draw emphasis to them. In the other approach, the word “hands” shows that hands could do an equal amount of evil. Lastly, Polysyndeton brought sympathy through revealing similarities between monster and man and brought the two stories together.
Do you consider the monster a human? We are already know the meaning of human, but are we know what the monster is? The monster in people’s mind generally is the one who has horribleness, ugliness, or the unnatural body. Will it have some people do not look only appearance but his or her heart. The monster in Frankenstein is the one who is hated because of his ugliness.
That is why we see some people are so cruel. Some demons are living in human bodies doing harms to us more than what we believe. I don’t want to believe that it really exists, but it is there. A normal person won’t have strength to kill other human being; only demons that live inside a person can do that. For example, in the essay, Here Be Monster by Ted Genoways,“ those are mean to do us harm are real and they are among us” (Genoways 132).
However, the humans think otherwise, they think that Grendel is a supernatural monster that is here to kill them. So, due to circumstances I think the humans were the monsters and Grendel was not. In the novel Grendel was not mistaken when calling Hrothgar’s men animals. In the novel the men did some things that made them animals. For example Grendel
Through the diction and the harsh tone of the speaker, Shapiro attempts to give justification for killing these innocent organisms he deems pests. At the same time, the speaker’s castigation of this insect forces the reader to think about the preposterous feeling of superiority and power that humans have over organisms smaller in both size and intellect. Shapiro has undoubtedly given the subject of an inconvenient fly’s impact on humans a poetic thought by means of including the theme of man’s savagery, symbolism, and frequent utilization of
His actions caused evil results. The results could have been better had the maker not been so selfish and superficial. The monster could be considered evil because he kills many people, he wasn't created evil. He was a victim of the behavior of others toward him. Therefore, he was made evil by the way he was treated.
With regard to Frankenstein that acts as a power glass through which we can sight that how the society alienates certain people just because they don’t complete their preferred and important requirements in the society. It exposes the strange unfamiliar position of society. The individual who was considered monstrous due to hideous appearance are regarded as disgusting and awful. Even though the fiend has sociable purpose, the citizens were arrogant and were assembling such judgments just being shaped by the society and therefore presumed the creature as evil. This mindset cause the refusal by the not only strangers but by the own family.
David Fincher does not shy away from depicting grotesque and horrifying scenes to present a message; furthermore, Fincher’s portrayal of “planned” violence, use of lighting, and choice of music, and close attention to sound evokes a sense of fear and disgust towards each of the individually portrayed “sins”. In Se7en, Fincher conceptualizes John Doe, a sadistic and self-glorified serial killer; moreover, he presents Doe as a deeply evil character that truly believes that he is “opening the world’s eyes” to the sins that they face but cannot see. This evil that radiates from John Doe is clearly seen through the horrific crimes he commits and the messages he is trying to proclaim for all the world to hear. David Fincher’s characterization of John Doe’s evil and sensitivity to light, music,
This depicts that when fear starts to build up inside of humans like Jack, they will turn to other people around them to take out the blame on. It shows how selfish and how much hate a person is capable of holding. The author uses the beast as a symbol to show that evil is extremely great at putting the word beast itself suggest anything but the