(Ralph is more a peacekeeper and Jack is more of a killer) But as the story goes on and they find it obvious that their differences will never be settled, Jack rebelled and made a “rival tribe”. - As soon as Jack leaves and makes his own tribe, I thought someone was going to die because Jack always talked about how he wanted to kill Piggie because he was weak and would make good meat. - The climax is when Simon finds the Lord of the Flies (which is the evil inside of each boy) but then when he tries to explain it to everyone he is killed and everything falls apart it seems. - The plot depended on the boys’ personalities because if it wasn’t for Jack being so rebellious the boys could have gone through the same safe routine every day and eventually be saved; Jack could kill a pig each week they could have all kept the fire going the boys could collect fruit every day this would be a sustainable way to live for at least a
If Rainsford had chance to leave and didn’t because he wanted to kill the man who hunted him do you think that is wrong. I do. I believe he was wrong because he turned into another Zaroff. Next, i believe he was wrong because he lost his humanity and became a beast like Zaroff. Finally, I believe he was wrong because when Zaroff shot humans it was wrong and we thought he was savage ,but wasn’t Rainsford doing the same thing when he shot Zaroff that was a savage and in our minds we try to justify that when it was just as wrong.
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.
The shrew is tamed and all is well. Petruchio took on the challenge; the challenge of taming the horrible shrew, Katherine. Most men avoided her because of horrible attitude and disrespectful manner, but Petruchio did not. Not only did Petruchio tame her, but he married her. He took a risk that most men would not dare take.
Cassius was mad and wanted revenge at that moment in time because he saw how Heidi still loved Sam and knew that Heidi would never love him the same way. Heidi then recognized him but could not believe her eyes because she thought Sam was dead. Heidi went to go get Sam from the crowd of dogs and ended up pulling off his fake legs and fur. For the first time since seeing Sam, she saw that he was flawed. Cassius played on Sam’s emotion at the time.
Although Boo Radley shows just what a substantial person he has become, he is still misjudged by the society. This is proved when Boo Radley saves Jem’s life by killing Mr.Ewell and Atticus says it wouldn't be right to expose him and Scout vocalised, “ It would be sort of like shootin’ a mockingbird, wouldn’t it?”. So when Atticus kept the information of Boo to himself, he really believed that Boo Radley was an innocent man who caused no harm to anyone and therefore shouldn’t be persecuted, as he has been illtreated his whole life. The aim with mockingbirds in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, is that mockingbirds should not be killed as they only exist for the enjoyment of others and cause no harm and only minded their business. Another way in which Harper Lee uses the mockingbird as a symbol is through Tom Robinson.
In chapter 3 when ralph approaches jack to inform him that they need his help building shelters, not going hunting. “And they keep running off…” “Except me and my hunters…” (50) Here we see that ralph and jack do not get along because jack feels that since he is out hunting all day, he doesn’t need to contribute anything else to the group. * The littluns speak out of line with out the conch. * Conch is broken Body paragraph 3: evil destroys and corrupts the naturally innocent * Humans are naturally born as innocent beings, but when exposed to the society, they also face the risk of being harmed and corrupted by the societal settings they live in. During the coarse of the novel, there are subtle changes that take place in the behavior of the boys’.
Even though he has been selected as chief of the island, his voice was gradually becoming useless. The followers fancied an achiever like Jack, not just a speaker. Ralph's most important objective was to go gome, but the boys were too caught up killing pigs to realize that the fire had been left uncared for. Infuriated that the chances of being rescued vanished, the leader demands an explanation for the lack of responsibility. But at that instant, Ralph realizes his leadership lacks contron as he "...watched them envious and resentful" (Golding, 79).
His father merely became angry and burn Quentin's magazines and Ken-doll as to remove the images from his mind instead of trying to figure out why Quentin had them in the first place. And, on a more serious note, Quentin hid away his failed ZOMBIES (and kept mementos from them) instead of dealing with the consequences of rape and murder. Hiding away imperfections never has a good ending. Either someone will find out, or it will all be revealed in one big burst from containing it for too long. In most cases, it usually never good to
But because he was distracted he couldn’t do anything. Even though it wasn’t his fault he felt guilty and his thoughts would overcome him. An example is “Later we heard that Strunk died somewhere over Chu Lai, which seemed to relive Dave Jensen of an enormous weight.” Dave Jensen feels guilty for not killing Lee Strunk and putting him out of his misery. It seems as if the soldiers are in a damned if you don’t situation. Jensen would probably have felt guilty if he killed Strunk as per their original pact, but not killing his friend made him feel guilty, too.