When I mean that, I'm trying to say that if you were left unguarded, a Rat would most likely assault you. Fun fact about rats during Trench Warfare was that they would most likely eat the eyes out first before any other body part. Bugs was also another problem in Trench Warfare, very small bugs like lice affected soldiers drastically. Lice was very difficult to remove, especially if you were in direct combat. Lice was would itch the soldier.
Remarque describes the soldier’s struggles to keep their bread away from the rats that invest their living quarters (Remarque 102). The environment that the soldiers were forced to live in, was extremely uncomfortable, but also put them at risk for disease. Along with the disgusting living conditions, and life threatening injuries due to destructive explosions and gunfire, the soldier were endangered by WWI’s new use of mustard gas. Remarque explains the sheer panic that occurred when gas was detected. The soldiers alerted their fellow comrades of the gas, and then they had to quickly put their masks on and take cover in the shell hole.
In the book the people of Maycomb have created myths about Boo, depicting him as someone who is crazy, and someone who should not be messed with. While Jeff the Killer is a popular modern urban legend, originating from the internet to scare people. His story centers around a troubled young teen who starts killing people. Like in many urban legends the descriptions of how characters look are typically exaggerated to create a more ominous theme for readers. Overall the story of Boo Radley can make readers intimidated from the six foot, squirrel eating, scissor stabbing maniac.
… Before moving away, he looked at Cecil and raised his foot, kicking him several times in the head to release his hateful venom” (108). Boll weevil is similar to war, as they both typically harm people for a hateful cause. Boll weevil kicks Cecil several times after he kills him, to show his hate toward him for not giving the money. Likewise, war is hateful because many soliders go out to fight, filled with hate, to fight for a one-sided cause. Both reprocussions as a result of Boll weevil’s actions, and war,
This is were hatred come's in because it is were the person that call himself I wants to kill the old man because of the blue eye. Conclusion Both stories are talking like they could not understand what they are doing, like the The Monkeys Paw is were he is confused on what the paw can do, The Tell-Tale Heart is he is confused why he hates the mans blue eye. There are always cause and effects were ever you go. That is like you have to do something and something else would happen. Yes both stories have fear while in the story the charters have fear while they
Every man has a beast inside of him, lacking knowledge or not accepting the beast within him will be his downfall. The beast is the most important symbol, plays a major role, and gains importance throughout Golding's Lord of the Flies. In the book the beast is used to represent the potential evil, fear of isolation, and primal savagery. Once character that sheds light of the beasties symbolism, as potential evil, is Palph. After Jack stole Piggy's glasses Ralph goes up to Jack's fortress and screams at him.
Jones would come back!” (Orwell 23). In this quote, the character Squealer is trying to use Jones as a tool to make the animals consume the milk and apples. He is well aware of the fact that the animals hate Jones and the thought of him returning is a horror to them. So, squealer uses his name to manipulate the animals and makes them do what he wants. Another example of the application of Scare Tactics is the use of the dogs by Napoleon.
All Quiet on The Western Front, written by Erich Maria Remarque, is a novel composed after World War One to convey the experiences of German soldiers during this horrific time of fighting. He brought to light many important issues that occur during wars. In this book, three horrors of war that had the largest impact were the lack of sanitation in the trenches, the loss of comrades, and the shock that came from unexpected and ongoing shelling. The lack of sanitation in the trenches caused many diseases, infections, and terrible memories to me made. For instance, while in the trenches at the front ugly, fat, and hungry rats would attempt to eat the soldiers’ bread and cheese.
The Captain’s monologue precisely states conditions of the battle and further goes into describing Macdonwald’s character to King Duncan. Shakespeare labels Macdonwald as a man of no integrity by using a metaphor, “Multiplying -villainies of nature - Do swarm upon him”, (1.2. 11-12). This literary device emphasizes the idea that all the evils found in nature are attracted to Macdonwald like flies to meat. (Mabillard, 2009) This expresses the imagery of maggots multiplying and flies swarming, which evokes a feeling of repugnance in the audience, as if Macdonwald is a mass of corruption.
A good example of this is The Angels. The Angels symbolize “objects of fear” that the people in the society have (Attwood 4). The symbol exposes the fear the people have not only to their security but also of being or even thinking differently. In The Plague Camus made it very clear that the rats were clearly a symbol because of their common presence all throughout the book. The “quantities of dead or dying rats” symbolize or represent the people who are dying because of the plague (Camus 15).
RATS, yes even in the man-made trenches of which to protect the soldiers from the enemy also became a home to these disgusting, cat sized, evil, and naked faced rats, who fed off of the dead and or fallen troops of the war and they soldier 's bread making them be more cautious on where they put their bread because of the hideous rats. As if rats weren 't enough excluding the war, the storm-troops came in contact with harsh weapon machinery, it being so bad that if you were hit you 'd fly back and an arm shot off and leaving the victim hanging on barbed wire entanglement, and these were just some of the horrible things that happened. In conclusion, the rats and new machinery just caused more problem for the soldiers during the war, making it even more