The society in this book seemed to be the type that followed the rules or if you didn’t the worst things were going to happen to you. Everybody makes mistake and they try to learn and move on from them but killing someone intentionally would stick with that person forever and they would never be the same. Therefore, some people debate on whether he was completely out of place for killing Beatty or did the best thing for society. Although Montag killed Beatty, many people debate over whether it was the right thing to do or not. Montag did was he thought was right according to him because Montag thought that he was protecting himself and Faber, killing him to give society a chance to change, and because Beatty did not want to live anymore.
Ender faces external conflicts with Bonzo because Bonzo is jealous of Ender for succeeding at the Battle School. Ender deals with conflicts within himself because he feels he is becoming Peter, who is a terrible and ruthless person. Ender is a static character because his motivation is consistent throughout the whole book, he wants to win the Bugger War and defeat the Buggers. Peter is a dynamic character because he changes and his motivation changes throughout the book, from being ruthless to a compassionate person. Many leaders in the past and present are ruthless, an example of a ruthless leader could be Adolf Hitler because he had many people murdered.
“Jerry, I thought you were were dead? Everyone did, but I don’t care I am going to destroy the planet anyway.” said Orochimaru. “I’m sorry bro, but I can’t let you do that I’m just coming back from learning how to save the world. If you don’t agree then I guess we 'll just have to fight.” said Coolguyjones. At this very moment Coolguyjones knew that this was going to be a very hard battle, mostly because it’s his friend and partially because Orochimaru is very tough.
Just liked no other battle like the first Battle of Bull Run that related to the movie The Avengers. It was where general 's’ plan to find a solution to get rid of their opponent once and for all. The two generals who secretly planning to get rid of them. They tried to find their success of the Confederate plan, however it was a failure and lack of coordination. A man named McDowell, who tried really hard to overcome and get a
Beowulf then heard the news and gathered his strongest men to attack Grendel. They plotted on how Beowulf could destroy Grendel for what he did to the men. No one actually wanted to go against Grendel because, he was so dangerous. However, Beowulf was not afraid he did not care how dangerous he was. Beowulf considered, he may even die.
After Ender destroys the bugger planet in the final simulation, Graff tells him the truth, that he has been killing real buggers, that the simulated games are not actually simulations. Graff’s reasoning is this: “Of course we tricked you into it. That’s the whole point, [...] It had to be a trick or you couldn’t have done it. We had to have a commander with so much empathy that he would think like the buggers, [...] So much compassion that he could win the love of his underlings [...] But somebody with that much compassion could never be the killer we needed.” (Scott Card, 342) His explanation demonstrates how he believes that sacrificing Ender’s feelings by lying to him is necessary to defeat the buggers to save humanity from possible destruction, emphasizing the theme of manipulation for the common good. They make Ender do what he hates most, hurting others, by isolating him into not trusting anybody, moulding him to the perfect commander, then tricking him into believing he was only battling simulations.
In fact, Joseph McCarthy himself suffered this consequence: “It was his clash with the Army that would lead to his downfall” (Robert 3). By accusing the Army of treason, he lost respect in the population and bad opinions spread around, ruining his power streak.This risk prevented these kinds of people from succumbing to actions that would sabotage their reputation. In addition, McCarthyism allowed these kinds of nasty people, such as McCarthy, to act upon unsightly desires. Therefore, the McCarthy trials encouraged the conflict between
Due to the remorse of Buck’s last owner, he knew that the Yeehats overpowered his team with their weapons. Buck attacks the Yeehats, and he was determined to survive, unlike his team. To do this, he had to use the one and major factor of survival, utilize the power of violence. To sum it all up, London demonstrates that Buck must array his power through violence to becoming the fittest for
They were very unprofessional and insensitive about their job. Max almost immediately announces why they were searching for Ole Anderson, he states “We’re going to kill Swede. Do you know big Swede named Ole Anderson?” Add dialogue and language: Maybe Irony: In conclusion The short story “The killers” sets the tone for multiple elements and themes such as masculinity, coming of age, chaos, and crime. Ole Anderson decides that he no longer wants to be on the run. In my opinion, this means that he may have done something he regretted, or maybe he had an idea of what was going to happen to him before he made his decision.
More specifically, Oedipus faced an unknown truth, a task to save his people, and a moment of grief to represent is blind ending. Throughout the events he represented self-justice and an idea that the people were eventually going to respect and understand. As a lifetime of searching became a norm for Oedipus he discovered such a truth that hurt his soul and caused his wife and mother to kill themself. Although obtaining this notion, the king himself took risks that were greatly empowering and laborious. The whirlwind of emotions produced by each of the characters allowed justice to become more real and visual as the end became more authentic than ever before.
This quote also shows humor from the complete logic of the problem getting simplified. This quote corresponds with me because I was eager to kill my friend in a game. In 1944 and 1945, German forces were trying to siege the town Bastogne in Belgium from the American forces as their last counteroffensive in the west. This Battle was one of the largest land battles in World War 2. The Battle