He accidently killed Stilson in the beginning of the book without knowing until chapter 15, because he kicked him so many times. He did not mean to, he just wanted to win and make them stop harassing him. Ender always feels like a killer after he kills someone, even when it’s not on purpose. For Ender, he doesn’t want to be a killer because he doesn’t like killing people and he thinks that it will make him like Peter. Ender does not want to kill anyone because if he does, then it’ll make him like Peter.
The reason that this concerns Parris is because he takes a lot of pride in his reputation with the church. And if people were to find out about the witchcraft he feared that his reputation would take a negative downfall. All in all the Puritan lifestyle had its ups and
Karl showed no sincerity in his actions and choices. I believe if he was truly sorry for what he did, he would have tried his best to convince other Nazis that what they were doing was wrong. It was his last opportunity to take a stand for the Jews and show sincerity, but instead he tried to save himself to die in peace. Simon did right by walking out of the room silently it was out of his hands to forgive. In order for Karl to be forgiven it is out of humans hands and only obtainable by God’s
Arthur Miller's The Crucible was successful in fulfilling his intentions for the piece of writing. The reason why Miller wanted to write The Crucible was so that he could share his point of view on the world and on Communism. He wanted to show how many people were accusing each other of being a Communist. However, he did not write about Communism because he knew that it would not be published. So, he found a different event that was very popular and also had many elements of accusation, which turned out to be Salem Witch Trials.
It looks like they should kill their enemy, but at the beginning of two stories they didn’t because both barber and the narrator have justice in their heart. “Gregory” is a story about loyalty, friendship and irony. When the narrator’s execution is ordered the guerrilla's must choose between their friend and their loyalty to their country. However, the narrator has to obey the order to kill him. In “Just lather, that’s all”, the barber has a lot of chance to kill Captain Torres but he didn’t.
When she pulled her head away, Lennie just held on. By accident and not on purpose, Lennie had just killed her. He knew that her husband would Come soon and avenge her. Her husband wanted to kill Lennie In a very painful way. George didn't want Lennie to die, But he couldn't take Lennie away.
It was what had brought them to the war in the first place, nothing positive, not dreams of glory or honor, just to avoid the blush of dishonor. The died so as not to die of embarrassment”(483). This quote describes what the men were feeling they wanted to go home and leave a lot of them were cowards deep down but they didn’t was to disappoint and be cowards because they came to the war and most were trying to do it the honorable way even if it led to death it was better than leaving like a
Other than that, it was not easy for George to shoot Lennie but he had to do it because if he didn’t he knew that Curley would and in a more painful way. Therefore George had to make the sacrifice and be the one who shoots Lennie himself so that Lennie wouldn’t have to suffer. Without Lennie, George also faces other problems on his own such as loneliness with no one to care for and no one to care for himself. Steinbeck’s characterization plays an important role in showing how Lennie himself brought him to his own death. On page 2 of the novel, Steinbeck gives a description of Lennie: “Behind
He confesses his sin of adultery, all with the intention to save the lives of those he knew to be innocent at the expense of his innocence before the court of Salem. At the end of the play however, John himself is accused of witchcraft, and is faced with another moral decision. He must either must lie, and confess to a sin that he did not commit (that of witchcraft) and have this lie posted on the church door, or die for the sin of witchcraft that he did not commit. John wrestles with his conscience over this choice, and in the end, chooses to die telling the truth - that he is an honest man who did not commit witchcraft and told the truth no matter the consequences. He says, “Because it is my name!
He contributed to the war so much that he was given a "Medal of Honor" for his deeds he did. Cody did not want to fight against the Native Americans but had to do it because he knew that settlement in the western lands would never and, so he joined the war. In the end the Native Americans lost their lands. This is also one reason he was called brave. As you can see Buffalo Bill is a very famous person.