BSL was made to try to regulate specific breeds of dogs. Usually, BSL targets breeds that are thought of as dangerous breeds. Proponents of BSL claim that BSL is a great way to reduce the threatening pit bull breed (www.animallaw.info, 2007). People who support BSL usually have imagined pit bulls as vicious dogs bred just to fight. BSL is slowly being seen as ineffective laws because leaders of communities are being educated more about pit bulls.
Boyle’s novel When the Killings Done pays attention to these difficulties, which is what makes the novel such a compelling story. He tells us how both are fighting for animal rights but do so in different ways and that is what leads us through both of their internal conflicts. One of them, (Alma), has all the power in the world but doesn’t really want it and the other one, (Dave), lacks the power the other one has so he starts to question his motives. This all makes for a great irony story which is a must read for
Two characters that show bewilderment throughout the course of the novel is Scout, and Bob Ewell. One character in the novel that shows ignorance throughout the course of the novel is Bob Ewell. "This morning Mr. Bob Ewell stopped Atticus on the post office corner, spat in his face, and told him he'd get him if it took the rest of his life. "(271) Bob Ewell was desperate for revenge and the help that Atticus was trying to prove Tom's innocence of something that Bob Ewell caused. This quote is important because it showed that Bob had no respect for Atticus, and his embarrassment in court was his main priority in getting him back.
And why, when Yassarian was censoring the letters would he do such things to them. Some of the things he was doing could make the reciever of the letter to freak out and could cause great turmoil between the two people involved with the letter. I would be so mad if someone had done that to a letter that I had written to my wife or to a letter my husband had written to me. Those people might be so nervous and scared and heartbroken and that wouldnt help one bit. And the receivers arent getting what the senders think they are getting which causes a lot of confusion and extra, unecessary turmoil.
Why would you kill a dog? a) Because you hated the dog…” (p.42) This quote demonstrates Christopher’s thought process. In my opinion, Christopher tends to think illogically when he feels frightened and more clearly when he is not. Throughout the novel you see Christopher as being quite insensitive to other people's emotions, nonetheless, if you look deeper into some of his actions, you will see his he is also hypersensitive to certain things. One of Christopher’s biggest demonstrations of sentiment is with when he finds Wellington “I
Some Key facts to remember Carlson: I limited, insensitive person. He does not handle the later shooting of candy’s dog with any compassion. Carlson offers to shoot candy’s dog as candy is paralyzed at the thought. Candy knows that when he is no longer needed as a swamper (cleaner), he will be ‘shot’ just like a dog. However Candy later regrets letting Carlson shoot his dog for him as he says ….. “I shouldn’t ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog”- The shooting of the dog foreshadows the death of lennie.
Menudo was the food I hated most. Its texture and taste made me want to throw up. Now my anxiety to trying pozole turned into a disappointment and had me wanting to eat pizza again. My mom looked at me and asked what was wrong so I told her how now that I knew what pozole was I didn’t want to try it anymore sine it was like menudo. She then said “When it is ready I will give you some from my plate and if you like it I’ll serve you some for yourself.
Crooks begins to antagonise Lennie, saying things such as, “Le’s say he wants to come back but he can’t. S’pose he gets killed or hurt so he can’t come back.” and, “ jus’ s’pose he don’t come back. What’ll you do then?” In the beginning these thoughts just confused Lennie, which highly amused Crooks. However, when Crooks continued to antagonise Lennie, Lennie became angry with Crooks. We see this when the author uses “he demanded” instead of, “he said”.
Randall was able to have good clothes because his father would barely have enough to put food on the table and supply them with fresh new clothes. In Randall’s home they didn’t have any hot water and their parents would constantly get into arguments about not keeping the house clean but let’s face it who can keep a house clean when there are so many kids making it very hard to keep it clean. Richard on the other hand gets clothes from the welfare people but doesn’t like to wear their clothes because it has the big welfare patch on it and doesn’t’ want people to see that. In both of these essays they share a life event that happens to them and how they feel shame and embarrassment after those incidents happen. First, Randall tells us the way he felt shame and embarrassment with his classmates.
There are a group of people who believe humans view animals as property and mistreat them due to their lack of intelligence. But there is also a group who use animals as a way of life and appreciate their contributions to the world’s ecosystem. This group looks at the human behaviors towards animals, and animal’s level of emotion, and the contradiction towards the treatment of animals. When debating the topic about animals first we will talk about human behaviors and thoughts towards animals. In the essay “Why I Hunt” by Rick Bass, the author talks about how the love of hunting and the landscape nourish his soul.