They spend the night in the police cell when they got the message from god telling them to kill every bad man. The brothers agreed to get rid of every evil man in Boston togrther with their friend Rocco. Connor learns of a meeting of Russian syndicate bosses at a hotel. The brothers entered the room from the ceiling accidentally hanging on a rope. They managed to kill all the underbosses before they say a prayer and kill the The Fat Man.
The author uses events that really happened in the Civil War to bring home the brutality of war--the building of a wall with dead bodies, young men shot in the stomach being left to die, horses being killed to feed starving men. These events must change the men involved. When Charley leaves for Fort Snelling, he is a smiling, fast-talking boy. Once Charley returns home, he is a different man-a broken man, in constant pain, unable to hold a job, and looking forward to his own death. Narrative
The hallway was pitch-black but he could see perfectly, as he headed towards his father’s room. He pushed the door open with a loud creak and smiled madly at the sight of his father sleeping silently. He moved like a ghost to the bedside and started beating this father. Years of being beaten fuelled him, as every hit got harder and harder. His smile fills his face as he hears his father’s screams, when his nose shatters causing cartilage and blood to drip.
As soon as doodle and his brother finished eating they went off to Horsehead Landing. When they reached the landing, Doodle was to tired to swim, so he just went with the tides. After they had drifted a long way, clouds started to gather and turn black. When Doodle and his brother finally reach Horsehead Landing they heard lightning scream, it silenced the sea. By that time Doodle was exhausted and terrified, and so he fainted into a pile of mud, his brother surprisingly helped him up, and decided to go back home.
That made Daniel furious so he hurled the bowl at the Romans face and dashed away but while he was running he got nicked with a spear and hid in house for a while. He knew he had to get to Joel’s otherwise he would not live. When he got to Joel’s he passed out and they hid him for weeks and then when he got better he told Joel about being a spy. Secretly he pretended not to be able to walk but practiced it when Joel and Thacia were not around and one night when he thought he was good enough he left and made it back to the base of the mountain. From there Samson carried him up the hill
Granted his mattress, Clyde confesses both to murdering Clarence and to switching the drugs used in Rupert's execution. He next demands an expensive meal by 1pm the next day in exchange for revealing the location of Clarence's missing attorney. The warden deliberately delays the meal past Clyde's deadline, and as a result the detectives arrive too late to save the attorney, who was buried alive with a limited air supply. Meanwhile, Clyde murders his cellmate and is sent to solitary
Joe’s father falls into a deep black hole of no return and in the end takes his own life in his shed. As a result, Joe learns nothing from his father except for the feeling of abandonment and how suicide is the ‘easy way out’. Joe feels cheated by his father too. Elijah and Walt, having both experienced Post Traumatic Stress have come to forgive themselves and have used Joe and Thao to finally let themselves free and in Walt’s situation something that has been bottling up for years and years. From this, both young boys learn about courage, the preciousness of life and about forgiveness.
During Night, dehumanization is one of the largest factor’s to the everyday lives of the Nazi’s prisoners. When a prisoner dies for one more bite of soup, it’s shows us that dehumanization make’s people act in a way they wouldn’t have prior to being dehumanization. Upon arriving at the concentration camp all prisoners are quickly stripped of everything that makes them human, their name, their possessions, their companionship and their identity. ‘The beloved objects that we had carried with us from place to place were now left behind’ (pg29) and when they are told to ‘Strip’ (pg35), shows how their possession’s where taken from them, this is the beginning of their dehumanization. The reader sees how they are robbed of companionship when Eli writes ‘We were alone’, and how they are further stripped of their humanity when they are forced to have their hair cut, the final thing that strips them of their humanity is when their names are taken away and they are given tattoo’s to be identified by, ‘A-7713’ (pg42), from then on they had ‘no other name’ (pg42).
In chapter 15, the monster attempts to tell his story to a blind man in hopes that the man see’s him not as a hideous monster. Unfortunately two other men come back to the cottage only to chase the monster away. In the wake of the monsters rejection he swears revenge on his creator and all human beings. He starts to make his journey towards Geneva when he spots a young girl, who he thought was alone, drowning. In another attempt to be seen not a monster, he saves the girl, only to be shot at by a man.
He would lure them into his home with suggestions of sex, and then he would kill them, drilling holes into their heads, hoping to make mindless sex slaves. Later he would masturbate over their dead corpses and make trophies out of the ones he especially liked (Sifakis Vol. 1). The Milwaukee police knew of Dahmer, having had come to his home over an investigation of a young Laotian boy running around naked, screaming outside of Dahmer’s apartment. When the police arrived, Dahmer convinced them that the young man was his lover and was a bit drunk and ran out of the apartment after having an argument.