Bringing out the message that humans can’t do what God can, and if humans try to create life, they create a disgusting disaster instead. The moment Frankenstein finished the monster and brought it to life, he was filled with intense revulsion, he said, “The beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart.” Shelley used the contrast and metaphor to emphasis how disgusting the monster was: “beauty of the dream” contrasting with “breathless horror”. Also, Shelley used metaphor to describe how ridiculous Frankenstein’s thought is: she described Frankenstein’s ambition as a dream, a beautiful dream, but no matter how nice the dream is, it will never be reality. Frankenstein tried to create the superior race, but all he got was a hideous monster that he hates and fears. Not only Frankenstein or other people detested the hideous appearance of the monster, even the monster itself hated its own appearance: “Accursed creator!
However, the book Inferno only focuses on his travels through the circles of Hell. As Dante views punishments in Hell, he often faints from the gruesomeness of them. Over time, his reaction to torture changes as he reflects them as a justice for sins. Another main character, Virgil, is a ghost that guides Dante through the depths of Hell. Virgil receives orders from an angel to lead Dante through Hell on a spiritual journey.
What was I? ', the confusion he presents to us as the readers causes us to feel for him. His abandonment from Victor and uncertainty to where his life is leading, presents how torturous and harsh his life has been as he is not educated on conventions of society and how to live. The Monster is essentially forced to take responsibility of his creator's actions as he failed to make a 'beautiful creature', However instead of taking responsibility the Monster decides that he needs to gain revenge due to Frankenstein's selfish attitude. The Monster compares himself to Satan, 'I
Jet Hizon 12 AP Literature 7 Mrs. Glazer 14 October 2013 Hatred Hatred is an intense dislike or extreme aversion or hostility (Dictionary.com). The monster was driven to despise all of humankind because of the way he was treated from the moment he was given life. The love and affection he was craving for from humans was never given to him and instead he was abhorred by his reflection. Mary Shelley portrays that hatred consumes the monster turning him into the fiend because of the way the humans brutalize him. From the moment the monster was given life, He was welcomed by his creator, Doctor Frankenstein, ran away, his heart filled with “horror and disgust” (Shelley 35) by the
The use of negative tone in this sermon is evident in the quote, “The God that holds you above the pit of Hell, much as one holds a spider, or some loathsome insect over the fire, abhors you, and is dreadfully provoked.” The tone in this quote is very negative saying how God abhors you. This again is using pathos to strike a sense of fear into the congregations lives. The use of Jon Edwards negative tone causes the congregation to re-think how they were living. One final thing that Jonathan Edwards uses is his explicit details throughout this sermon. He says, “There are black clouds of God’s wrath hanging directly over your heads, full of the dreadful storm, and big with thunder: and were it not
In the second section are the flatterers and their false flatteries about the people that live on earth. They are represented by crap, so they have to eternally stand in a river of crap. In the third section is the simoniacs for mocking the holy office by buying into their positions. So they are placed upside-down in the ground so their feet are burned with fire instead of cool water. As we continue section four we find the fortune tellers that distorted God’s law by looking into the future.
If you were a sinner and you did not follow the church you will blemish in hell forever. You can relate this too the book Dante Inferno. Dante Inferno informs you about hell and what’s it like to anguish over love ones. Dante also painted a picture saying he was in hell contemporary hell and saw a black devil that was grotesque and had wings that he described as the devil. The Earthly basically are humans that cannot Encounter god.
The main causes of Romeo and Juliet’s death are the friar, their own emotions, and their feuding families. Friar Laurence and his lack of communication play a large role in the suicide of Romeo and Juliet. The friar told the messenger that couldn’t send the letter that, “The letter was not nice, but full of charge / Of dear import; and the neglecting it / may do much danger” (5.2.18-20). The friar was too slow in sending the letter of his plan to Romeo, who
Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz illustrates humanity at an all time low. Levi paints a vivid, morbid (but analytical) picture of human suffering, helplessness, and barbarity. His personal account questions what it means to be human, how humanity is destroyed, and if it is even possible to restore it. Throughout the text, Levi states that it is worthless to have hope in the Lager, and he frequently looks down upon his peers who believe everything will be ok in the end. In Chapter 16, Levi comes to the realization that no matter the outcome, there will be no happy ending for any one of them.
Untreated septicemia plague is universally fatal, but early treatment with antibiotics reduces the mortality rate to between 4 and 15 percent (Wagle 1948; Meyer 1950; Datt Gupta 1945). People who die from this from this form of plague often die on the same day symptoms first appear. The pneumonic plague infects the lungs, and with that infection comes the possibility of person-to-person transmission through respiratory droplets. The incubation period for pneumonic plague is usually between two and four days, but can be as little as a few hours (Kirby, R. 2005). The initial symptoms, of headache, weakness, and coughing with hemoptysis, are indistinguishable from other respiratory illnesses.