Additionally, the child points out similarities between the lamb and Jesus Christ when he says, “He is meek, and he is mild” (line 15). Moreover, he says, “He became a little child” (line 16). In Christianity this is referring to the incarnation of God the Son, who came into this world as a child. The poem ends with the child speaking a blessing over the lamb. The first stanza
I felt angry about how Kress' irresponsibilities that caused his pets died in a famine because owners have the duties to feed their pets well. Since the beginning of the story told me about Kress was such irrepressible of making his pets suffered from starving, I think he would feel no guilty when he stopped feeding his sandkings to entertain his guests as he showed off to them in the parties. I think Kress was admirable as a human because everyone should not strew up animals' living areas as forcing fish to live on the ground. In the story of "Sandkings", Kress refused to listen to the sandkings' seller - Wo's warning about letting sandkings had wars by their own conflicts, and he didn't treat his pets nice. With what he treated the sandkings, they started behaving displeasures by twisted his sculptures on the castles.
Job lost all his oxen, donkeys, sheep, camels, all of his children, and all but four of his servants. Job lost everything, he went from very well of to being in poverty in a matter of minutes. That is enough suffering to make most men to give up and curse God for allowing this pain. Job is the biblical response to poverty, he “tear’s his robe and shaves his head. Then he fell to the ground in worship and said, naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked I will depart.
He preached repentance to the nations to prepare for the coming. We see that God is preparing for the restoration of Israel and repentance of the nations to become one. Jesus accomplished by being baptized by John the Baptist that validated his ministry and, furthermore, validated is purpose as the Messiah. Wright points out the usage of Messiah as tied to the Israelites while “The Son of Man” is used by Jesus. The latter is used in Mathew, Luke, and John tied to Jesus current ministry, the suffering, dying, and resurrection, and acts of deity.
Any other person would be less likely to put up with an editor consistently firing him, but Quoyle endures others' disrespect as if he does not believe he deserves to be treated any better. He cries when he stains all of his laundry; he is not only a failure, but he is also resigned to his status as such. “Ah you lout,” said the father. But no pygmy himself. And brother Dick, the father's favorite, pretended to throw up when Quoyle came into a room, hissed, “Lardass, Snotface, Ugly Pig, Warthog, Stupid, Stinkbomb, Fart-tub, Greasebag,” pummeled and kicked until Quoyle curled.
This quote shows that the school boys are actually forgetting who they really are and worshiping the devil by sacrificing a pig. With this in mind Roger kills Piggy by pushing down a rock with, "delirious abandonment," (Golding, 180). After his death no one in Jack’s tribe had any remorse for Piggy nor Ralph, showing that they are willing to kill and enjoy it. Golding’s message by this, shows that when in total abandonment of Government and society, humans are willing to kill anything. In brief, the novel, Lord Of The Flies by William Golding, shows that without adults on the island, the boys became vicious, disorderly, and evil.
Abner Snopes, the father is creating a war between the wealthy and poor. Out of despise for the wealthy he burns down their barns for his own personal satisfaction. The relationship between father and son is very precious. He continues with violent aggression throughout the story. Colonel Sarty Snopes, his son, realizes so when he has to choose between doing the right thing or loyalty to his family, his father.
He became absolutely obsessed with hunting and killing pigs. At first it really was just to feed all of the boys, but more towards the end of the story it was for the please of killing the pig to feel powerful and pure primeval. Allowing Jack to become this kind of monster was another mistake that the boys made. Because once he changed other boys started to follow until it was just Ralph and Piggy by themselves and all other boys were in Jack’s tribe. Of course then Piggy was killed.
This once inner conflict soon becomes an outward conflict between Biff and Willy. Willy has a particular standards which he holds Biff to. Willy wishes for his eldest to be a salesman, as himself, absent-mindedly forgetting that his other son, Happy, has completed such a task and became the one thing he wanted for Biff. Willy is quite critical of Biff’s life choices, seeing them as failures, while Willy is losing his worldly possessions, his family and even his health because of said profession. Willy, himself, conformed rather than following his brother to Alaska, Africa or anywhere else.
Ralph was upset because the fire had gone out. “There was lashings of blood,” said Jack, laughing and shuddering, you should have seen it!”(69) This quote is an example of how the boys were violent throughout the book, and became progressively more deranged. The boys hunted and killed a pig, when Jack explained that the head of the beast was to be a gift to the beast. “Jack spoke loudly. This head is for the beast.