The battle begins with insurmountable odds. A thousand bugger ships to every one in Enders command. Believing this is only a simulation and failing would mean getting to go home Ender throws his fleet in a projectile shaped formation through the thousands of enemy ships while aiming their secret weapon at the Buggers home world. Ender receives extreme loses but in the end wipes out the entire Bugger civilization. Only after the battle does Ender realize that all the simulations he’s been running have actually been real battles.
The Lord of the flies had unrealistic ending when a navy officer, deux ex machina, saves the boys from the island. In chapter 12, Jacks tribe is hunting Ralph down ready to kill him, but just when we begin to start doubting his survival, a military figure finds him. Throughout the novel there has been many references to military “ like a bomb” (46) the reason they make reference to the military is because war is also savage and uncivilized just like the boys. At the beginning of the novel Ralph proposes to make a fire so that boats passing by would come to save them “ if a ship comes near the island they may not notice us(..) We must make a fire” (38). In the final chapter the hazard uncontrolled fire that Jacks hunters made to kill Ralph is what led to their survival “we saw your smoke” (201).
Odysseus then reveals himself. One of the other leading suitors, Eurymachos, begs for mercy but Odysseus tells the suitors to fight or to try escape. Odysseus had previously ordered two of his faithful servants, Eumaius and Philoetius to close/block all exits. Eurymachos is the next to die. As he leads a charge against Odysseus he is fatally hit with a spear to the heart.
When the inventor learns this he goes on a rampage and burns numerous Morlocks and saves Weena. The inventor had killed many Morlocks out of anger and fright. He really didn’t have to kill them, but he was angry at the Morlocks. Even after he saved Weena he set an explosion to kill all of the Morlocks. This proves Lincoln’s quote’s interpretation that when someone is angry they’re irrational and not themselves.
The following day, Tybalt killed Mercutio in a battle between the two. The death of Mercutio infuriated Romeo to such an extent that he killed Tybalt with his bare hands and sword. The prince had found out about Romeo’s actions and decided to punish Romeo by banishing him from the town. Moments after Romeo and Juliet had first met, they found out about the true identity if each other. It broke their hearts to know that their families were enemies who loathed each other and their chances of being married were little.
They part ways and they lead their troops in battle. When the battle gets to be too much, Cassius has his friend Pindarus kill him with the same sword that Cassius used to stab Caesar with. He then dies once he gets stabbed. When Brutus hears of Cassius’ death, he has his friend Strato hold his sword out and he runs into it and kills himself, also. I don’t think that Brutus is a tragic hero at all, because he killed himself, and I don’t think that he did it for a good cause.
Angry and hungry for revenge, he hires a couple of men to kill her and her husband. But the plan doesn’t work out entirely like he had planned, and Elizabeth manages to escape, convincing most people (with the help of her father and uncle) that she had been killed. She believes that this option will lead to the safety and protection of David,
Rainsford used a pit trap to get the dog, and he uses a knife trap to lacerate and kill Ivan. Now the readers are really in to the story asking themselves is Rainsford going to survive General Zaroff, or will General Zaroff kill Rainsford? To make the readers happy, Rainsford decided that “General Zaroff had never slept in a better bed.” That indicated that Rainsford had won the “most dangerous game” and killed General Zaroff. In Conclusion, the readers felt suspense when Rainsford fell off his boat, found general Zaroff’s home on Ship-Trap Island, and ironically beat General Zaroff in hunting. Those were all examples that proved that Richard Connell, Author of “The Most Dangerous Game” used suspense to develop his short story.
In fact, some of the monsters in the story knew he was an epic hero, such as Circe in Book 10 (Line 56) “ ‘ What champion, of what country, can you be?’”, Odysseus finally justify himself to Poseidon, who finally let him return to home. As soon as he got home, he needed to conquer one last challenge. In order to see his wife, Penelope again, he had to kill the army of suitors that were waiting at his front door for Penelope’s hand in marriage. He killed each and every single one of the men. For this reason, Odysseus have had proven himself to be an epic
Everyone on the island was turning into complete savages, other then him. He knew he had to keep civilized; he had to know his boundaries. In chapter nine, in Lord of the Flies the character of Simon was brutally murdered by all boys in a dancing riot, but piggy (157). He knew it was wrong, he knew what was going on, while all the other boys were taken away in the moment, that they did not even notice that they where killing one of there own dear friends. He had the knowledge, the brains, to know not to be involved in that heart twisting murder.