Hearing this, Simba grows curious to learn more about the forbidden shadows. Simba convinces his bestfriend Nala, a female lion cub, to go with him to this graveyard. When they arrrive at there three hyenas sent by his evil uncle Scar attack them. The hyenas are working with Scar in hopes of taking over the Pride Lands. Mufasa shows up just in time to stop the hyenas, saving Simba and Nala.
In both stories, the father figures are the people who lead the families to solve their problems. In Guest’s novel, Calvin Jarrett, Conrad Jarrett’s father, plays a big role in healing his family. He really wants Con to heal and become himself again after the accident. With Con’s attempted suicide, Cal is sparked to rethink his life. He questions
Scar, wanting to become the next king, and tells Simba that it is his fault that Mufasa died when it was really Scar's fault. This causes Simba to leave Pride Rock based on Scar's advice. Scar sends his hyena army to kill Simba to permanently get rid of him, but Simba escapes and is driven far away from pride rock. He decides later that he needs to return and fight Scar for all his past wrong doings and take over as king. He returns to fight Scar and the Hyenas with his friends Nala, Timon, and Pumbaa.
Gilgamesh tells his newfound friend his plans and Enkidu agrees to help. The two of them venture on their journey to carry Gilgamesh plan out. Gilgamesh and Enkidu journey to the Cedar Forest where they defeat and kill Humbaba. For their cruel behavior Enkidu is sentenced to death by the Gods. Gilgamesh was so distraught by Enkidu’s death that he travels to find the flower of eternal life.
In the novel, The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini, the author uses the parallels of, Amir and Soraya, and their love and tension relationship with their fathers to demonstrate in the end, their fathers all they want is what is the best for them. As a kid, Amir has a complex relationship with Baba. He always wanted Baba for
If you don’t give me the Bull of Heaven, I’ll strike […] to its foundation, I’ll raise up the dead to devour the living, The dead shall outnumber the living”(pg.126) “When Anu heard what Ishtar said, He placed the lead rope of the Bull of Heaven in her hand, Ishtar led the Bull of Heaven away.”(pg.126) When Gilgamesh returns to Uruk and cleans himself off, Ishtar is overcome with lust and begs him to be her husband. Gilgamesh refuses and this greatly infuriates Ishtar. She goes to her father, Anu, the god of the firmament, and to her mother, Antum, and demands that they let her use the Bull of Heaven. She wants to turn the bull loose so she can watch him gore Gilgamesh to death. She threatens to let all of the dead people out of the underworld so they can feast on the living, unless her parents give her the bull.
So the story, soul-catcher, has somehow the same environment. Owens starts his story by creating an eerie, ominous setting. The young, pale-skinned boy who has been educated in the “light of California” is brought to the Mississippi swamps of the Yazoo River by his uncle, and old man who has learned to survive in the “darkness of the swamps”. The old man lives his life by hunting raccoons, skinning them and selling their skin to the black man who came from across the river to buy coon skins. In a dark, silent night when the old man was walking through a trail to his cabin, he heard a scream that cut through the swamp and he knew at the moment that it was the black koi-panther in Choctaw- that the old man has heard lots of stories about; and all of his life he had been prepared to recognize the soul-catcher,
This shows that when a once huge symbolism of power loses its significance, mayhem takes place. Ralph, Piggy, and Samneric march over to Castle Rock with the conch to try and get Piggy’s glasses back, and maybe restore some peace. Ralph calls an assembly with the conch and no one listens to him. Ralph and Jack get into a brawl and Jack nearly stabs Ralph with a spear. Jack orders his tribe to grab Samneric and tie them up.
Later Arteus kills his wife Aerope and fights with this brother and wins the city. But, he was still not very pleased with the victory. Therefore, he decided to invite his brother for a dinner. And Atreus serves him with his own’s sons flesh. Thyestes spots his son’s ring in the food and leaves the city cursing Atreus for his sins.
In another attempt to be seen not a monster, he saves the girl, only to be shot at by a man. The monster runs away and as he nears Geneva, he runs across Victor’s younger brother William in the woods. When William mentions that his father is Alphonse Frankenstein, the monster puts it together that he is the brother of Victor. The monster erupts with rage and strangles William.” Frankenstein! You belong then to my enemy – to him towards whom I have sworn eternal revenge; you shall be my first victim.” He then takes a picture of Caroline Frankenstein that he finds on William.