That is just like when the Mechanical Hound is sent to find and kill Montag when he disobeys the law and he kills Beatty. Russell Westbrook is also a good fit for the role of the Hound because of how vicious he is and ruthless and non emotional he can be. A line from the novel Fahrenheit 451 describes how the Mechanical Hound is. “The growl simmered in the beast and it looked at him. Montag backed up.
Lennie had already killed two things that day: Curley’s wife and the puppy. Even though George was clever man, he couldn’t hide Lennie’s mental disabilities forever. “He unburied his puppy and inspected it, and he stroked it from head to tail. He went on sorrowfully, ‘But he’ll know. George always knows.
When a “mad dog” comes into the neighborhood, people aren’t sure what to do about it. Atticus reveals a different side of himself, when Heck Tate, the sheriff, hands him a gun. Mrs. Maudie later says to the kids, “Forgot to tell you that besides playing the Jew’s Harp, Atticus Finch was the deadest shot in Maycomb County in his time,” (Lee 98). The author developed Atticus to be a very sophisticated and proper character, readers
he said. If you’ll concede the necessity of going to school, we’ll go on reading every night just as we always have” (Lee 22). This shows that Atticus is considerate of Scout’s feelings because he was willing to please her with a deal that might even get him in a little trouble. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee presents the idea that problem solving is demonstrated by how Atticus deals with problems as shown when he as shown when he deals with the problems in society. An exemplary case of how Atticus deals with the problems in society is when a rabid dog was threatening Maycomb County: I though mad dogs foamed at the mouth, galloped, leaped, and lunged at the throats, and I thought they did it in August...Tim Johnson came into sight, walking dazedly in the inner rim of the curve parallel to the Radley house...He had finally turned himself around, to pursue his original course up the street.
The mechanical Hound in the novel Fahrenheit 451 symbolizes a reincarnation of Greek philosophers who are angry about the destruction of their stories. The Hound is almost like a Greek/Roman monster from mythology with it’s wicked, devilish features. This lethal dog has a four inch needle protruding from its snout that is there to inflict death upon its victims. It can smell the chemical balance of your body and track you anywhere on earth. This makes it out to be a deadly foe, until it meets the likes of Montag Guy who vanquishes the beast.
Cruelty of the World The cruelty of life remains in an endless cycle. Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck, illustrates the harsh life of migrant workers during the Great Depression. Through his use of tone, foreshadowing, and imagery, Steinbeck shows an honest and cruel world that is never changing. Steinbeck’s tone throughout Of Mice and Men is very honest and to the point, much like life. He compares Lennie to an animal during his fight with Curley, saying he, “covered his face with his huge paws and bleated with terror”(Steinbeck, 62).
War’s outcome is fatalities of many people. This is typically due to conflict from two opposing parties, resulting in murders. In like manner, Boll weevil is murderous as he murders Cecil by stabbing him in the chest, due to the fact that Cecil does not give him the money that Cecil owes (108). It is apparent in this quote that Boll weevil is murderous: “Then without let up, there came a rush of lively blows followed by a loud scream, a heavy thud on the floor and a scurrying of feet towards the door” (106). This quote shows that Boll weevil is capable of shooting someone (Cecil), therefore making him murderous, similarily to war.
“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” - Harper Lee To Kill A Mockingbird. A character like atticus is why To Kill a Mockingbird can explain the ugly things in the world like racism through his words to Jem and Scout which lets us understand what Atticus is saying but also the deeper meaning behind it. Similar effects of this is also seen through symbolism in the books with mockingbirds but most important would be the dog. As in chapter ten of To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee uses symbolism and character to come to a theme that racism is a disease that drives one mad until death is a better option than living. In To Kill A Mockingbird
Character Analysis of Atticus Finch In the book To Kill A Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is the father of Jem and Scout Finch, and one of the best lawyers in the region. The adults of the area see Mr. Finch as a humble, honest, and courageous man, but often his children do not see him that way. But when the mad dog, Tim Johnson, is walking down the street, the children see him as the adults do. The mad dog represents the evil in the world and in the community of Maycomb. The community has gone against Atticus because of the Tom Robinson case.
This theme shows up in Of Mice and Men because George is Lennie’s guardian angel and guides him through all of the rough times. George will do anything to help Lennie in life. The gun in Of Mice and Men represents death and gratitude because when Carlson kills Candy’s dog, it shows gratitude because everyone was wanting to kill the dog. And everyone was talking about how the dog was in pain, and Candy should take him out of his misery. And for Lennie, when George shoots Lennie, in a sense Lennie would be grateful to George because he relieved him of his life, and his life had reached a point that was really horrible and going to end in terrible suffering, so in this sense George helped him
When Jeannette and her family resettles in Battle Mountain, their house was filled with different animals such as dogs, cats, nonpoisonous snakes, lizards and etc. Her each member of the family loved animals and that’s why wherever they moved, they always have animals with them. They even have an injured buzzard for a while, which they name and called as Buster. He is very offensive animals that they ever owned. He is a hateful bird, and Jeannette is glad when his broken wing is healed and he is allowed to fly away.