The quizmaster – who himself has gone from rags to riches - presents this belief to the audience, and their response shows them to be in agreement with it. The wealthy were seen as intelligent and were given more chances to move up than the poor people from the slums. The inspector was a middle class man who probably never knew what it was like to be poor. He immediately felt that Jamal was a lying, cheat and that he couldn’t possibly have known the answers because he was only a poor “chai walla”. This is a contradiction because one of the inspectors involved was really stupid and showed it in the way that he got angry when Jamal used big words or said something he didn’t understand.
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
Up until 1900 the source shows that Britain was in a very good position when it came to trade as their exports greatly outweighed their imports which in turn would make a steady profit for Britain. Britain were able to make a profit on their exported goods as they had the ability to obtain cheap natural resources from the colonies such as sugar from the West Indies and cotton from parts of Africa, these raw materials could then be turned into goods and sold to other colonies for a much higher price. The statistics used in the source show the growth of imports from 4.8 million to 570.4 million this is useful as it shows the progress that Britain had made throughout the years, it supports the view that the British
Basil, a painter, paints a portrait of Dorian which changes for the worse every time Dorian does something selfish. The painting drives him mad because it is a daily reminder of the horrible things that he commits. Basil’s creation makes Dorian live a life of evil and despair, so he blames Basil for ruining his life and causing him mental pain. Eventually he tries to relieve himself of this curse and kills Basil instead of
This not only shows his carelessness for money but that he means to act smug about it. His arrogance shows how money has deteriorated how he interacts in a social setting; he is unable to relate to others and resorts to sarcastic remarks. The inhumanity in his actions and how he expresses himself represents high society’s social superiority. Tom also portrays racist attitudes, adding to his list of inhumane attributes. Racist tendencies exude
“Roger with a sense of delirious abandonment leaned on the lever.” “Delirious” can only refer to his lack of propriety which leads to the death of another human. He has abandoned civilised thought and become an evil beast willing to disregard human life just because he has the power to. Without the restraints of civilised society we may lose touch and let our inner evil take control of our action. This may lead to us committing horrendous crimes. We need civilisation and its restraining forces to protect us from this horrific
-Racism: found almost anywhere that visible minorities can be found. Many people are quiet racists, and keep their racist thoughts to themselves, but a lot of people act on their thoughts, and say cruel things or physically hurt people because of their race (example: KKK). -Homophobia: homophobia is probably one of the worst kinds of discrimination, and it is found absolutely everywhere. In some countries people are persecuted for their sexuality, which is completely wrong. People are bullied everyday for being homosexual, or even bisexual, and sometimes this bullying leads to self-harm or even suicide.
David Guhl Mrs. Volz British Lit. 5 September 2012 Who is the real monster? There is child abuse going on all around the world, and the kids have done nothing to deserve it. In Mary Shelley's book Frankenstein, The Monster is like an abused child because Victor puts his creation through intense pain that the Monster did not deserve. Victor had no reason to put his creation though such pain he just did it through pure selfishness.
And he doesn't understand what bitch means and they keep calling him a bitch. And his sister was raped and I think killed. So I get why he shoots Tom in the stomache and leaves him to die. I mean, I'd be pretty pissed, too, if that happened to me. If the play used different language it wouldn't be as good of a play.
Brooks contrasts a strong feminist theme and positions us to see their heroic gestures to the weaknesses of men as the villagers are faced with great tragedies. Joss Bont is one of the villains of the plague year. Brooks positions us to see that Joss views the tragedy merely as an opportunity, and his extreme greed and insensitivity know no bounds. His exploitation of the dying and their families makes us see that Anna is glad she no longer shares a last name with him. When Bont adds attempted murder to his other crimes, the demoralized village finally calls him to account.