A well-trained soldier and an audacious hit man would fully understand the main characters of the book “The Wars” by Timothy Findley and the movie Bourne Identity. They would see beyond the defiant attitudes and changes that both the characters had undergone. Robert Ross and Jason Bourne both went to a stage in their life wherein they acted beyond what they used to. Ross, a caring and loving person, turned into a killing machine. Bourne, on the other hand, used to be an emotionless and fearless killer but in the end he turned out to be good man.
Gandalf also is interested in Frodo’s and Bilbo’s well-being. In “The Fellowship of the Ring”, Gandalf sacrifices himself to protect Frodo and the whole fellowship when he fights against the Balrog. In “The Hobbit” he is very glad and relieved when he saw Bilbo alive after the fight against the orcs for the Lonely Mountain. As you can see by Gandalf’s example both wizards also sacrifice themselves to protect their protégés. Gandalf didn’t only kill Balrog, he also died in this battle, but he came back from death, after Eru gave him new life, so he could protect the hobbit’s journey.
Reverend Hale's closed mind prevented him from seeing the true John Proctor Hale arrives at Proctor's house to warn him that Elizabeth has been accused of witchcraft. Despite their reputation as model citizens, Hale jumps a to any opportunity to label them as evil. Elizabeth does not give him what he wants to hear, so he turns his attention to
This reflects the fact that amphibians are a large part of their diet. Garter snakes, like all snakes, are carnivorous. Their diets consist of almost any creature they are capable of overpowering: slugs, earthworms, leeches, lizards, amphibians, ants, crickets, frog eggs, toads, minnows, and rodents. When living near water, they will eat other aquatic animals. The ribbon snake (Thamnophis sauritus) in particular favors frogs (including tadpoles), readily eating them despite their strong chemical defenses.
This clearly shows that he knows what the society thinks of him and he just have to coup with it. The first time that Allal laid eyes on the snakes was in the was after he took the old man back to his house. “ One- reddish gold serpent, which coiled itself lazily in the middle of the floor, he found particularly beautiful.”(Bowles411). Allal had a connection with the snake as soon as he saw it come out the basket. From all the snakes that were there he was attracted to the red one.
Giles Corey was imprisoned for contempt of the court and later charged with being involved in witchcraft. Unlike others Giles was not hanged since he did not agree or deny charges of witchcraft. “He would not answer aye of nay to his indictment, for if he denied the charge they’d hang him surely, and auction out his property “(Miller 135). Giles was pressed with rocks until he accepted the charges; however Giles stayed mute and died when his chest could not bear anymore weight of the rocks. Giles denies charges in order to pass down his land to his son and takes painful death.
When Ophelia dies Laertes is Distraught and isn’t afraid to show this whereas Hamlet loved her but his lack emotion left him without a connection to her at the end of the play. Laertes feels so sad from not only his father’s death but then Ophelia dying that breaks down acting without any use of his brain going to the king and accusing without any proof. Hamlet however reacts very different to death for when his fathers is murdered he has “A little more that kin, and less the kind”. This meaning he suspected someone (the king) but didn’t do anything for he
More specifically it is filed with alliteration of the sound “s.” I believe Lawrence did this for a reason. While reading the poem I heard myself saying words like “strand-scented shade… slackness soft-… straight… silently…ect.” While doing this, I found myself hissing in a way that Ragsdale 2 Ragsdale 2 sounded like a snake, and Lawrence keeps this going through out the entire poem. In the fifth stanza he begins by comparing the snake to cattle drinking water. First of all when thinking of cattle I immediately thought of innocence. So, therefore in a way he saw the snake as an innocent being.
This prophecy backfires on him because when he encounters Macduff in a battle, he finds out that Macduff wasn’t born through natural birth but by a C-section. Macbeth finally realizes the inevitably of his fate and lose the battle and war. Nevertheless, superstition affects man because Macbeth was fully naïve to believe he could outwit the prophecies. He relied on the words of the witches, however, interpreted them incorrectly, ultimately degrading his name in
It smells its prey using its forked tongue, which is what picks up the scent and transfers it to a special sensory receptor also called Jacobson's organ. Prey tracking is also done through its sharp eyesight, its sensitivity to vibrations and intelligence. It will swallow its prey whole, this is convenient because of its extremely flexible jawbones which are connected by equally pliable ligaments. The King Cobra mostly preys on and eats other snakes, either venomous or non-venomous. When it can't find snakes, it will rely on lizards, birds and other rodents.