And they were senselessly murdered just because they were different. Nothing today can compare to the holocaust because it was so massive and unforgettable. But the holocaust has taught us about how people need to treat each other. If people start to treat each other like the Nazis did the Jews there is no stopping another holocaust from happening again. The Nazis were judgmental raciest and disgusting people who hated anyone who was different then them.
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.
Everyone in the world agrees that the action of Adolf Hitler in the Holocaust was an abomination and inexcusable. Many people see Adolf Hitler himself as a devil, so why would anyone except religious inspired violence. The Holocaust is the most known incident but there are numerous religious inspired acts of torture and execution. All of which are just as wrong, evil and inexcusable as the Holocaust. Issue #2-War is always a last resort; the lives of many people are lost in wars.
Right from the very beginning it is apparent that Mr. Harvey is evil. He is a creepy man when he says this at 1% of the book: “I’ve built something back here. Would you like to see it?” He then goes on to rape and murder Susie. If this man is not evil I don’t know what is. He is also very deranged.
Hoan Truong Mrs. Masters CP English 11 October 28 2011 Purity from Within Good v. evil played as an extremely important theme in both the Beowulf and Grendel text. In Beowulf, Grendel, the mean bloodthirsty monster, obviously represents evil; killing innocent human lives because of his mechanical animalistic behaviors. Beowulf on the other hand was looked up to as a hero. In the human perspective; he was described as strong, courageous hero. In contrast Gardner portrayed Grendel and Beowulf completely different than how Orwell did.
This confusion has to do with the battle between Satan and God and how he deceived people while on earth. Satan’s sole purpose in life was to deceive everyone and have them come over to his side of evil. Satan wanted men to think that he was the victim from the beginning and that God was the evil one to him and to us all. He further wanted us to think that God was the one who was trying to deceive us from the beginning. However, on the day of the great controversy all was revealed that Satan was the true deceiver and God was indeed to be worshipped.
In this instance, fate is looked upon as being cruel towards mankind. It seems as though fate took the liberty to destroy life where ever it saw fit. “Fate swept him away because of his proud need to provoke a feud with the Frisians.”(85) Fate also causes death to keep people out of misery. For example, “Fate swept [them] far way sent [his] whole brave high-born clan to their final doom.” Fate made it so that neither Beowulf nor his army would be able to fight in battle ever again. Many were saddened by this event, but they understood that fate is the reason why things happened in this
Candide Essay Hunter Kuhn 9/30/11 Metz, 3 Voltaire once said, “Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do.” Based on the story of Candide every person must have a hundred counts because of their terrible nature. Through Voltaire’s eyes, 18th century Europe was a place where the devil himself could fit in. This hell on earth was what Voltaire’s Candide lived through and fought against. Candide tussled with many tragedies, until the horrendous acts of his fellow man broke his spirit and belief in optimism. Yet Voltaire was not the only European author to feel this way about the true nature of man.
Why than did God create the world only to destroy it. Also, was everyone on the earth and every animal so evil that they deserve to be slaughtered by the hand of God? In the story of Cain and Able, God gives no reason for rejecting Cain’s gift. Why would God reject Cain’s gift if God knew that it would lead to so much anger that Cain would kill Able? Some would say that God was testing Able.