The story of Ronald Gene Simmons. On the 22nd of December, 1987 the worst mass murder in Arkansas history took place. A man by the name of Ronald Gene Simmons went on a killing spree. He started off by killing his wife, kids, and his three year old granddaughter, but it didn’t stop there. He killed his family and quite a few harmless townspeople because he went insane, because why else would you kill harmless people?
Bob Ewell attacked and followed Jem and Scout home, he jumped out in front of them but Jem pushed him which then made him fall on his own knife, which then killed him. But later they find that Boo Radley had killed Bob. 34. 35. 36.
Here he says that weather you kill people or take tire of car you will be punished anyway and when you will be punished you will forgot what you did and will be punished for no reason. Secondly, Misfit was forced to kill the family because they recognized him and he was scared that if he leaves them they will call cops. He didn’t wanted to the killings , but circumstances made him do the killings. He wanted to help them because they had an accident
The IF lied to him and told him that it was just a game when it was not. He had been fighting the buggers since he had gotten to battle school. In a way Ender kind of is a killer and he feels like it sometimes. Ender feels that he is a killer, although he never wants to kill anyone. He accidently killed Stilson in the beginning of the book without knowing until chapter 15, because he kicked him so many times.
“I’m nearly dead of it,” (Tolkien 104) Bilbo said a little upset after Gandalf told The Great Eagle that they were starving. Victor suffered after the horrible murders and deaths of each and every one of his loved ones. This happened several times in the book so he was also miserable quite a bit. Another time was while he was on his journey to find the monster. He stated, “I have endured misery,” (Shelley 206) because he was travelling over dangerous grounds with little food.
Its not like being shot its way worse. ➢ Robert Ross was on the lines of the battle when the Germans used the flamethrower. ➢ Using the flamethrower also has an affect of the other soldiers who see there partners or team being burned. Just like Robert witnessed it. ➢ It causes them horror as they are seeing someone being burned to death in agony yelling about the pain they are in.
Researchers like Bob Brier of Long Island University, believe that he was murdered by one of his close advisors who despised the boy king and his growing power. Others such as, Doctor Zahi Mawass, former Minister of Antiquities for Egypt, have contended that it was from an infection due to a broken leg the pharaoh had suffered days before his death. Some historians have ventured even further and speculated the King was thrown from his chariot during a hunt which caused his eventual death. The theory of murder investigated by Egyptologist Bob Brier seems to be the most likely cause of King Tut’s untimely death. Dr. Gerald Irwin, head of the radiology department at Winthrop University Hospital, examined the X-ray of King Tut and came to the conclusion that the image showed what looked to be a hematoma at the lower base of the skull, probably caused by a blow to the back of the head.
He had the firm for seventeen years, along with a partner by the name of Wantabe. Wishing to avoid disgrace, Wantabe killed himself. It isn't until the brother talks to his sister, Kikuko, when the brother finds out that Wantabe killed not only himself, but “he took his whole family with him. His wife and his two little girls.” The brother replies, “Father was just telling me how Wantabe was a man of principle.” The father reassures the son throughout the story about how much he idolized Wantabe. He mentions that “Wantabe was very devoted to his work” and that he was “a man of priniciple and honour.
The theme in any work of literature is the underlying idea and main purpose (Kirszner, and Mandell 4). One such theme that has been rewritten throughout time is the idea of death and its inevitability. It is an interesting subject that has been revisited by many authors and poets, and has a great range of perception. Writers find a way to explain a concept and a truth that they believe through different forms of literature. Everything from a three line haiku to a 1000 page novel has an underlying theme.
The disaster and devastation, emotional exile and the search for an ending are all the reasons to why Bassam has to leave his homeland. Bassam is surrounded by devastation and disaster everyday due to the civil war. This disaster begins to weigh on a person’s point of view as well as their behaviour towards others within their life and community. Bassam describes the way his neighbourhood has fallen apart due to the bombs: “Heat descended, bombs landed, and thugs jumped the long lines for bread, stole the food of the weak, bullied the baker and caressed his daughter. Thugs never waited in line” (12).