Sgt. Gurniak ordered that P should be arrested for violating the order of protection causing P to threaten MOS and spit at them. P was placed in the back of a RMP and during the drive to the precinct P continued to threaten and yell at MOS. P also kicked the RMP’s rear passenger-side window causing the window’s glass to shatter and strike MOS De La Cruz in the face. Then, P also attempted to break the rear driver’s side window.
Children have absolutely nothing to worry about since they are just kids there are naturally innocent. Once they see the cruel and unreasonable world, they learn about sympathy and lose their innocence. In “To kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, sympathy is a significant example Scout and Jem learn about sympathy at the same time losing their innocence. Throughout the novel, Jem learns to be sympathetic to others such as when he realizes that Boo Radley has problems. Right away Scout, Jem, and Dill had made up this amusement game which they used to torment Boo, at the same time atticus discovered out and advised them to be sympathetic towards Boo.
The authors of the dystopian stories, all demonstrate the theme of an oppressive government which assists them in showing how the government has the power to destroy society by stoning people, putting restraints on them and even using nuclear bombs, which all cause the death of innocent citizens. One important theme in Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” is the theme of dangerous tradition.
For Ch---- sake, we 're committing felonies and violating those gun laws against the city, state and federal government all the time. Sin 't that enough?” Willie said, he was going back out to the street. Le Roy went back to stamping his feet and clappin his hands. He found himself wondering idly about the symptoms of hypothermia. “A +++++++
All of the sudden, two cars meet each other and destroy their drivers as well as the cars. The driver who also works in an automobile factory has escaped the machine at last. The machine is a symbol of the car as well as the imprisonment of his job. The only way to escape it is death, Roethke explains, because it’s either work yourself to death or not survive because you have no money. For example in stanza 3 line 3 it states, “They are prisoners of speed who flee in what they have made.” This means that drivers have to go fast which is dangerous and also implies that the driver is an auto-industry worker.
I had destroyed the majestic carpet, it was shattered in pieces while I heard a mournful scream racing around the room, the master exasperatedly grabbed my leg and ruthlessly swung me across the room into the tomb as I went into survival mode. The tomb was an old filthy cistern, buried under the court with a slippery stairway leading up to the rusty iron door covered with vines. There was no light down there besides the sun rays that managed to brutally flash through the cracks and holes. The tomb had very little air, you nearly suffocated. It feels like someone is grabbing your throat and squeezing it.
Focus, this is an act, only an act, and you are the star. You will fool them all. The talk was agonizing, painful even. With every question, every glance, I wanted to tell. I wanted to run out to the streets and scream it out to the world that their neighbor was killed by me.
They destroyed their entire city. Burning every one of their buildings to the ground, which is very cruel. Another instance of this is shown through Rashid Fadl Abi-l’Hair writings, a Muslim historian in 1498,” These invaders burned our great libraries, broke our canals and ditches, destroyed our farms, defiled the true Faith by raising temples to Buddha…attempted to destroy our trade with paper money. ” In this instance, the Mongols take it up a notch. The Mongols completely destroyed all of Azerbaijan (this was where the Mongols invaded).