She tries to kill the family so that Nag and Nagaina will have the garden all to themselves. “When the house is emptied of people… then come out and tell me, and we will hunt Rikki together” (21). She is constantly trying to rid herself of the family and of Rikki-tikki. She has plans to destroy them so that she and her husband can have the garden all to themselves. She never thinks of them being able to share the garden.
Eurylochus got what he deserved because Odysseus told them to swear they wouldn 't eat the cattle and they all told Odysseus they wouldn 't. Eurylochus made the whole crew turn against Odysseus and disobey his orders. Eurylochus convinced the crew to go behind Odysseus’ back and do what they were told not while Odysseus was sleeping by saying “Comrades, he said, you 've gone through everything; listen to what I say. All deaths are hateful to us, mortal wretches, but famine is the most pitiful, the worst end that a man can come to. Will you fight it?...better open your lungs to a big sea once for all then waste to skin and bones on a lonely island”(pg 841 L221-257).
As human being we have been taught that death is the demon at the end of the path, place there to hunt us down, ending our journey here on earth. Depending on the believe that each person follows, death could be the end of your persona or the release of our soul to a better place. For generation the thought of death have been a tabu. All over the globe people are afraid of the word, and try to divorce themselves from every topic related to it. As well as death, suffering is a word must people are no comfortable discussing, the necessary amount of suffering a human being needs to build itself, is never share within the different communities surrounding the planet.
“We’re due back at the House. Besides, these fanatics always try suicide; the pattern’s familiar.” (Radbury 36). A day later, Beatty talked to Montag stating that books are only outlawed because it made other people unhappy. “Not everyone born free and equal, as the Constitution says, but everyone made equal. Each man the image of every other; then all are happy, for there is no mountains to make them cower, to judge themselves against!” (Radbury 55-56).
Morrison had Denver confront her past so that she could move towards a better future. To get the job Denver had to explain what was happening the the Bodwins’ head servant, who took pity on her. Janey, the head servant, told the entire community about Sethe’s predicament. This lead to Ella, a pragmatic and stern slave to point out that although it was wrong for Sethe to kill Beloved it is also wrong for a child to “up and kill the mama.” (p.301) This lead to the community of women coming together to exorcise Beloved from 124. This played into Morrison’s idea that an ancestral history of suffering cannot be easily erased, but it can fade over time with hard work and support from your community.
Ken Kesey states, “But now she’s going to do something with McMurphy today, probably ship him to Disturbed.” (Kesey 133) Nurse Ratched will not tolerate any of McMurphy’s foolish actions against her. She has the power to ship him to disturbed, where he will become like the rest of the chronics. Nurse Ratched has the ability to butcher one’s self-esteem, and force them to act in a manner that would please her. The author states, “She acts like she still holds all the cards up that white sleeve of hers.” (Kesey 169) In other words, Nurse Ratched’s cards has the ability to destroy someone’s life if they do not behave
Law being the foundation of a nation, this should be unacceptable. McKay shows the effect well as the people have grown impassive to death as seen in the line, “never a one showed sorrow in her eyes of steely blue,” describing the women who did not care about the dead (11). This leads to the second part of this message, which is that being exposed to things like murder everyday can make people grow to be unaffected by such serious events. Growing up with this mindset that the law is not enforced, these children will not be upstanding members of their society. Unfortunately, the only way for a society to advance is for others to take a good initiative, and if the new generation does not do this, then the nation will not develop.
In Descartes’s First Meditations Descarte describes that he wanted to forget all of the falsehoods that he learned as a child. Descarte describes that he wanted to “demolish everything completely and start again right from the foundations if I wanted to establish anything at all in the sciences that was stable and likely to last.” (Descarte 110) Descarte kept putting this task off until the right time for the “Demolition of my Opinions.” (Descarte 111) Descarte believed that it useless to make the point that all opinions are false so he went to the basic principle of which all of his former believes rested upon. Descarte looked at what he accepted as true and realized that he believed that they were true based on his senses. Descarte starts
Cunegonde essentially divulges that men were imposing their thoughts on her without care for her feelings. This reveals Voltaire’s intention to disclose the inequalities of social standards on females and their feelings of oppression. (grammar???) No matter what horrors are happening to and around a woman, she is unable to prevent or assuage the situation. The moment the Thunder-ten-tronckh family gets murdered by the Bulgars, the lovely Cunegonde gets ravished
The severity of the matter had reached a point where the Frostblade Family could no longer tolerate to stay silent. And so they came to a decision: to banish Felix from the family and sever all relations with him. This was the only way they could solve all their problems at once. It would also get their enemies of their back. Felix understood.
At this point in the book Equality knows the atrocities that his society committed by making all peoples one whole with no feelings of their own. He understands that he is no longer “we” but rather the sacred “I” that his society tried to make everyone forget. In Equality’s society it is forbidden to think of oneself as an individual and they were taught that they were “we” not “I” , in fact, those of Equality’s society didn’t even know that the word “I”
Reverend Hale, End of Act 3 I had to leave the anteroom. I could not watch it - the innocent persecuted, their voices silenced. The methodology of that court- the accused were guaranteed death even before they took the stand. Yet Danforth, Harthorne and the townspeople could not see this corruption; even I was unaware ‘til this day. Omnipotent God, how could this happen?
Laila was sure that “[t]hey would die here”(271). After the whole ordeal, Rasheed threatened that “[y]ou try this again and I will find you…[a]nd when I do, there isn’t a court in this god forsaken country that will hold me accountable for what I will do”(272). Rasheed once even got so furious he stopped talking and put a gun in her mouth. A loving and caring husband doesn’t do that. Tariq and Laila’s relationship was nothing like that.
She kept track of this with a timmer. Atticus said, "She said she was going to leave this world beholden to nothing and nobody. Jem, when you 're sick as she was, it 's all right to take anything to make it easier, but it wasn 't all right for her. She said she meant to break herself of it before she died, and that 's what she did." She wanted to die without an a dependence to morphine.