Their effectiveness is due to how the examples display our, America’s, usage of Christian beliefs compared to what the actual beliefs say. His most effective example would have to be when he describes how America breaks one of the Ten Commandments themselves. It is true we are a nation that still permits the death penalty. However, the irony he displays sets it apart from the others because the sixth commandment itself says “Thou Shall Not Kill.” Not only that, his perspective of how we say we are Christian is also good for his argument. One negative aspect to his essay would have to be his bias toward conservatives and the rich.
Eminem blames the parents for not spending time with their children is turning them in to delinquents as to it being his music turning them into delinquents. He raps about his life and even his fame and in most recent years his recovery process. McCrillis states that “In all fairness to Eminem's critics, there is a meanness and, in some cases, viciousness to a great deal of contemporary music. The meanness is certainly not limited to rap, but rap tends to bear the brunt of this criticism because, as music goes, it appears to be the most imitative of political speech” (McCrillis, 2003). Which he does have a point because rap music does bear the brunt of most criticism in the music industry for all the vulgarity that it has in the lyrics and Eminem is no exception when it comes down to the vulgarity of his music.
In this speech he talks about the violence in Longton he says, "I warned all who had been part of it that they were not the friends, but the enemies of freedom. I told them that this strike for the Charter would bring ruin, if those who claimed to be its supports broke on law". From this source we can see that he believes the violence undermined the Chartist cause. He states that if the people involved in the violence admitted to being Chartists then they would essentially just been seen as a bunch of hooligans which is evidently not the image the Chartists were going for when they needed to be taken seriously amongst a cabinet completely full of middle to upper class Ministers. Thomas Cooper clearly believed that any violence would undermine the cause.
Although Marie has a serious cold, she also uses her weak voice to protest being checked by Uncle Hayden alone. From these few words, readers can feel the intense fear and panic from Marie and know that Uncle Hayden is an indecent rapist. Besides, by the end of Chapter 1, I really confuse about the Mr. Hayden`s attitude. After David`s mother tells this father all the things, he waits for his father to explode, but, instead, his father said as quietly as before: “Why are you telling me this?” (36:4). Although I know that Dr. Hayden is David`s father`s brother, I consider that in front of justice and brother`s relationship, I will prefer to choose justice.
The reason Calpurnia punished Scout in the first place was because she had berated Walter Cunningham for having different tastes than her. In response to Cal’s lecture, Scout protests, “He ain't company Cal, he's just a Cunningham' “(pg. 24). In that short phrase Scout echoes Maycomb’s general attitude towards specific families. Walter is a Cunningham, so he is inferior and should be treated as such.
“There is either obedience or the church will burn like Hell is burning!” (pg 30) Parris tried to defend himself with such passionate and heartfelt comments but Proctor would have none of it. To him Parris was not in his society. Also, his relationship with Abigail Williams was a strained one, plagued with affair, scandal, and betrayal. He did love her, but soon after seeing what she truly was he resented his connection to her and, like what his old true nature told him, he confessed, causing a resent to appear within the town that never gave him his old trust
Najaf gives an example of the conflict existing in the camp, “The husband can’t make the authorities hurry… So he gets into a bad mood, and maybe there’s a fight, maybe somebody hits somebody else with a weapon, a piece of wood, something like that.” This attitude can also be reflected in the riots that broke out in the Villawood detention centre in 2011, where detainees performed acts of self harm and caused destruction and chaos amongst the whole camp. Those individuals were unable to come to terms with their current situation and overcome their hardship like Najaf had; instead they had let their weaknesses bring them down and prevented themselves from overcoming a problem in a constructive
By sinning and keeping it secret, he was breaking two of God's most important laws: Do not commit adultery, and do not lie. Lying not only caused Dimmesdale emotional pain, but it also appeared physically. He became weak and frail, barely able to hold his head high. Roger Chillingworth had been Hester's previous husband, before he sent her ahead to America. When he learned of Hester's betrayal, he was furious.
Whenever something happens in Maycomb, they blame Boo Radley for it, and even if they find out what really happened, they still blame him. Just like Tom Robinson, Boo Radley gets blamed for things he did not do. The whole town thinks he is a scary man, but in Harper
They are discriminated for what they believe, stand for, and everything that they represent. It shows that Atticus Finch was hated for defending Niggers (Lee 79). Many people hated him for his tricking ways (Lee 180). His children were made fun of and picked at about the person that their father was defending. Scout Finch knew that she was different because of her father.