He is baffled by Mr. Chiu’s remarks, “If only I could kill all the bastards,” and thinks to himself how “ugly” his professor looks. (Jin 185) This is a clear sign that all the morals and principals are now gone in the character. Having refused on principle to sign a false confession, he has been consumed by sickness and negativity that he has no qualms about what he just did, but is still aware of what is going to happen. This is his way of punishing the province and the police that falsely accused him of sabotage, but ironically ended up creating a bigger demon that anyone could have
The attitudes in the novel of many characters do not cause anything but harm as it is evident in the course of the story. This negatively impacts many inhabitants of Maycomb. It essentially caused much emotional pain to Tom Robinson who was eventually sentenced to Jail unlawfully. This lead to his death when he was trying to escape Jail where he suffered physically. It also had its negative effects on Atticus, when he was called degrading names like ‘nigger lover’ and being treated badly by the townspeople for defending Tom.
If the creations are indeed “more human, than human” what defines our humanity? The replicants are portrayed as the violent antagonist only once compared to the humans (Tyrell) do they become admirable. While the death of Tyrell confronts the audience the close up on Roy's face shows the agony he is in. He doesn’t enjoy the killing but believes that his father must pay for his sins, pay for all the pain he has cause to him and his friends. Such violence is really only the cause of Roy’s pain, his emotions controlling his actions conflicts with our prejudice.
Curley uses violence to emphasise his masculinity to both the other ranch hands and his wife, and take advantage of anybody who he thinks is weak, hence why the mentally-slow Lennie is his usual target. Curley took a strong dislike upon Lennie the moment that they met, simply because Lennie was bigger than him. Curley doesn't like feeling belittled so constantly feels the need to aggresively harm anybody whom he feels threatened by and almost control them, this quote said by Candy backs this up: "Curley's like a lot of little guys. He hates big guys. He's alla time picking scraps with big guys.
Gatby's pitfall was considering that if he became a wealthy man, Daisey would really like him. Daisey did not ever really really like him because no issue how much prosperity he had, he was from a different public category. Tom disliked Gatsby both for adoring his spouse and for trying to be his public equivalent. He was able to get his vengeance on Gatsby by effective the infuriated Wilson that Gatsby had intentionally murdered Myrtle. In the end, it was Gatsby's failing to identify his position in their community that led to his
His plan resulted in complete failure when very few had joined him. He, along with his few followers, was persecuted later, guilty of treason from the state of Virginia. While in jail, John Brown gained a large amount of support and praise for his courage and even impressed moderate Northerners who were anti-slavery. By many, his hanging disturbed and had made many upset, and thus was honored as a saint or a martyr of abolition. Although revered for his efforts and courage in the North, the South typically viewed John Brown as lawless murderer and condemned him.
This causes Victor to go into an extreme depression and eventually causes him to also go after the monster with a vengeance, allowing him to cross paths with Walton. Victor’s selfishness does not cease despite his health degrading in the novel. Instead of turning around, and leaving the situation, Victor is determined to keep going. The reason Victor is the monster is because he has no respect for the monster as a sentient being and only seems to care about himself. He is the prime example of a character that is easy to sympathize with or feel sorry for; however, the monster deserves a lot more sympathy than Victor does.
Despite the movies gaining massive fanatical following, they always depicted the African American men as aggressive people who engaged in criminal activities for heroism. For instance “a time to kill” by Samuel L. Jackson is a perfect example. These grotesque caricatures are not accurate representations of the African American men and contribute to the proliferation of negative stereotyping. However a movie like “I am legend” by will smith can be used to counter this
Caesar does not deserve what he is given, and that is death. The reasons for why Caesar did not deserve to die, are because Caesar is giving, kind, and selfless, are these traits that are liable to get him killed, Definitely not. First off, Caesar is a giving man for several reasons. He cares deeply about all of the people of Rome, and he has nothing but their best interests at heart, and that is quite evident. The people that are conspiring against him argue that he was selfish, but that is just blasphemous, he cared about the people before himself, any day.
They are discriminated for what they believe, stand for, and everything that they represent. It shows that Atticus Finch was hated for defending Niggers (Lee 79). Many people hated him for his tricking ways (Lee 180). His children were made fun of and picked at about the person that their father was defending. Scout Finch knew that she was different because of her father.