The repetition of question marks and dashes illustrate the confusion and frustration witnessing Owens fellow comrades, it is a demanding tone begging for explanation for the entrapment of victims. And as a result, it encourages the reader to consider the impact the war had on both, the soldiers who survived, and those who didn’t. Dulce et Decorum Est brings to reality that war is not what people say it is. Given by its very title, ‘It is sweet and fitting to die for one’s country’. Although, it only an illusion reinforced throughout the poem, along with its irony and sarcasm that is ‘The old Lie; Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori’, it is not sweet and fitting to die for ones country.
Tearing apart a family does not mean arguing or having an affair, but it could also mean question and not finding the answers. This shows how AIDS is a destructive disease that not only harms the victims, but also their families. * She stood up and fought for Esther, this shows that Chanda loved her friends a lot. She has the will and braveness to make the decision of accepting her friend and to take the responsibility afterwards. This is an important point of
Equiano’s narrative is relevant to twenty-first-century folk because it is a valid accounting of the human condition as it goes through mental and physical tribulations. The inherent nature of the average human psyche is to believe that the magnitude of existence revolves around its own specific point of view, for it is all we know and have known for literally all our lives. When humans hear of atrocities like the ones implanted on Equiano and his people, of course any decent person would feel sorrow at the misfortune of others, yet how deep does this sorrow sew? It is its intangibleness that makes human sympathy become evanescent. When we do not experience atrocities first-hand, we cannot entirely fathom their intricacy.
But more than anything, his ability to find joy in the simple things in life was just plain beautiful. I found this documentary mesmerizing, heart breaking and simply inspiring. I loved this film,I sat down with my husband and daughter today and watched this. My mother has bi-polor and yes it is as hard on the people she loves and are around her, but because she s my mother ,I will always be there for her. She tales out anger on me because she knows I will take it and not blame her but blame the disese.
For what reason? Hale: I put the noose around Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor. It was I! I am the reason to your misery and loneliness. It is disappointing that it is not only you, but also all those who have hearts like doves, have suffered due to my weaknesses.
In the film Flight from Death: the Quest for Immortality, Solomon and colleagues explains how we as society are psychologically intolerant to death. We have established defense mechanisms that distinguish our individual beliefs and those are different from us, also as being maintained through culture. We can understand how culture provides meaning in a sense of where we came from and giving us a personal sense of value or importance. But because the fear of death
While I was reflecting, and listening to songs, there was this song written and sung by Jason Mraz hit me and made me cry. The song “ Won’t give up” is the perfect song for this movie, I know it’s kind of a love song but Jason Mraz justified that it is for everybody who is in any state of tragedy. The lines “Some even fall to the earth. We’ve got a lot to learn, GOD knows we are worth it…” perfectly fits what Maria felt while she was confused why it was them, why it was them who was hit by this tragic. And the reasons that maybe she thought of, was maybe they got to experience and overcome this happening so that they may learn, maybe it was God’s will, maybe God was showing something to them and to all of us that this is all our fault for trashing earth, maybe it was the Belon family who need God to show everyone and let everyone reflect from all our wrong doings.
The unnerving double meaning of the words “hard blow” highlights the often awkward approach humans fall into when offering their condolences, reminding us how ill-equipped humans are when faced with death, especially in such tragic circumstances. In the second stanza we are presented with the ‘father crying’, the pathos of the line accentuating that the emotions that accompanies death are so powerful that we are often
By blaming themselves, doctors, hospitals, and family members’ grievers will show their anger. Mourning is next and is almost always the longest phase of the grieving process. Feelings of guilt, loneliness and depression are noted. Another obvious sign of mourning is unprovoked crying. Making the realization that life must go on is part of the recovery phase.
This is best shown in the poem ‘Disabled.’ Owen was ultimately driven by the betrayal of the authorities, religion and society and he used his horrifying experiences of the war to exemplify this betrayal. Owen uses graphic and powerful imagery to capture the horrors of war. He uses this to forcefully change the attitudes society had about war during the early 1900’s. The poem ‘Dulce et Decorum Est’ most strikingly