The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller, depicts women as weak persons, who are expected to submit to men, and whose only access to power is through dishonest means. None of the females in The Crucible possess extreme power, but the truthful, pure-hearted, and family oriented women seem to be even less powerful than the others. Elizabeth Proctor and Rebecca Nurse are two of the less powerful women in The Crucible. Both of their lives are led by an instinct to serve their families and communities . Elizabeth Proctor is convicted in participating in witchcraft even when it seems obvious to her loved ones and most others around her that she had never involved herself with demonic forces .
Nancy's family was compromised the first night that Nancy was brought into the emergency room, they were afraid and rushed to make decisions that they weren't ready to make. The shock of what happened had not processed yet, and they ultimately didn't realize that on January 11th ,1983 - “they had lost Nancy”, as her sister put it on the Frontline documentary. From a deontologist perspective, Nancy's autonomy was over looked for a very long time, she was basically just 'kept alive' and had no self awareness whatsoever. Ultimately I do not agree with the courts decision, I believe that the Cruzan's made the right decision for their daughter. My position would not change whether the discovery of MCS was founded or not – simply because all of their options had been attempted in correlation to the beneficence of Nancy.
In conclusion, animal testing should be eliminated because it violates animals’ rights, causing pain and suffering to the experimental animals. Humans must not justify making life better for themselves by randomly torturing and executing thousands of animals per
Night Wiesel’s, Night, was a chilling example of what can happen when we turn our backs on our fellow human beings and fail to see the sameness of all humans. Like Elie, I was appalled to think that something like that could happen in the 20th century and no one helped until a whole race of people were almost annihilated. I do understand the disbelief of the world, however. During the time of the Holocaust there wasn’t any 24 hour news coverage nor cable television so the world couldn’t watch the play by play moves of the war and since nothing of this nature had ever occurred before (at least as far as we know) people didn’t have a point of reference to base this absurd information on, so they just dismissed it as being untrue. Nonetheless,
In this novel, family relationships are presented in general as diffuse, unattached. Specifically, Antoinette’s relation with her mother. Since she was a child she was rejected, their relationship was unstable, fragmented. Clearly this feeling of not being accepted is expanded from her mother- child relationship to the entire society. She has no place in this world.
The question of who killed Eva definitively can’t be answered as all the evidence seems to be circumstantial. No one actually put a knife into Eva or forced her to drink the disinfectant, this is why there seems to be such uproar about everybody’s involvement. It is true that every one had some form of part to play in making the girl unhappy. But does making someone unhappy or changing their circumstances cause death? Even though she committed suicide?
I had never been away from my family for more than a week, and I had decided to attend college 500 miles from home. Needless to say, I was in for some life changing experiences. During my first year of college, I was not deliberately seeking out leadership opportunities. I was focused on becoming independent and more outgoing. Little things like going grocery shopping on my own, doing my own laundry, and navigating around the city of Charlotte were big steps for me because I had never done them on my own before.
The small cages do not allow them to move freely, stand up or lie down, only to sit there. This cage prevents them from lashing out at the person getting their bile. Also, their teeth and claws are removed, so they are unable to attack from the cage anyway. Twice a day, someone comes around to extract the bile from the bear. A jagged metal tube is placed in the bear, causing discomfort and pain.
The debate around zoos and captive animals Like many other children, I have visited the zoo when I was younger. I have since realised that we, as humans, do not have the right to hold animals in cages and limited areas, often in regions very far from their natural habitat and climate. For example, how can you keep a polar bear in the heat of Africa? These animals spend their lives as prisoners, staying still or moving around the cage or fenced-off areas, slowly dying from boredom and frustration. They can’t mate and care for their young freely, they must eat only what man gives them, they don’t know how to defend themselves from their natural enemies, they can’t migrate.
The worst thing that can ever happen to a person on the job was not knowing what the heck she was doing and no one was willing to aid her. Apparently they forgot they haven’t trained me and since it’s the grand opening things were pretty busy. I got through the day with common sense, I might have made a mistake here and there and everywhere else, ok basically I made a lot of mistakes! And that wasn’t the worst of worst thing that can happen, the straw that finally broke this camel back was I work with people that don’t know one word of English, ok, maybe I exaggerated, they do know something, they know what no mean!