There is no glory, it is impossible that soldiers sacrificing themselves to attend the whole of war. Harrison despites in the novel that illustrate behavior, survival at any time, thoughts of the soldiers of others; make the reader consider deeply what the ideas the Harrison presents. There is no heroism in the war causing the soldiers have no stake to devote their life, even though they have no experiences to attack in the first bombarment. For axample, in chapter 2 the narrator sign ‘I can find nothing to appease my terror’. Even though the narrtor do not believe in God but also begins to pray”God-God-please.” The soldiers just crawl over in the trenches and finding the safe places even there is no place to avoid the bombarment.
Simply, I would use this poem to describe the end of the war and the Treaty of Versailles. I believe this poem can be used in three ways: firstly to describe the state of the people in the post-war world, secondly to describe the complete destruction of ww1, and finally to talk about the Treaty of Versailles and what this all meant for the future. First of all, it is important to note in this poem that all of the beings are damned due to some sort of sinning they have done. The straw dummies suffer both physically and spiritually. J. Hillis Miller believed that The Hollow Men showed where idealism leads – the poem takes place in a twilight realm of disembodied men and forces.
On the other hand, Brown uses words and phrases such as "everything had turned bad," "gone," "replaced by an endless desolation," "roamed restlessly," and "return to their reservations to keep from starving." Brown's use of words depict a picture of a land that destroyed. You can also imply that he is resentful towards the white hunters who caused for the land to be desolate. There appears to be no hope in the land and the words create a sense of bitterness. His forlorn diction allows the reader to envision a land that is dead and no more.
It cannot be defined; it cannot even be discussed with any accuracy. It has no sense and, in fact, it has a lack of any kind of meaning. In All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Maria Remarque shows the disorder created by the war. This disorder affects such elemental societal institutions as the family, the schools, and the church. Moreover, the war is so chaotic that it infects the basic abilities, not the least of which is verbal, of humanity itself.
It is required to access such divinity. Thence, Brown in Young Goodman Brown cannot have access to divinity because although he once had it for his people and wife he decides to lose faith in trusting them after he finds himself standing alone in the forest. The evil Triumphed over the good. As evil defeated good, Brown had nothing to live for because there was nothing good coming so basically was stuck just living worrying of everyone around him. This is why he said: "And when he had lived long, and was borne to his grave...they carved no hopeful verse upon his tombstone, for his dying hour was gloom."
It is also made clear to the reader why Grendel has no social life due to the fact that he simply wants nothing to do with those around him; however there is only one point of view throughout the poem which makes the reader wonder if there is more to Grendel than a beast. We know nothing of his background of why he acts the way he does, we have no clue as to how others have acted toward him in the past, and for how long these situations lasted. Grendel is just a misunderstood character. Throughout the poem there is valid reason as to why someone would be able to empathize toward Grendel. Turner 3 Works Cited Page Anderson, Sarah, Alan Sullivan, and Timothy Murphy.
Furthermore, Congress was disappointed in the fact that Wilson left some important things in order to compromise with the other countries. Many people believed the League of Nations was completely unnecessary for the US, since it mostly dealt with issues not concerning the US. They did not want to get involved with future European affairs. However, Wilson believed that the only way to prevent future wars was to establish the League of Nations. Wilson’s rock solid position on the League of Nations was one of the most significant reasons why the treaty was never passed.
Wilson fought very hard to ratify these points into the treaty of Versailles, but in the end, he could not do so. One main reason for this was the forces attacking him. However, some would argue that Wilson was the reason for this failure. He made a big mistake by not including any republican senators in the peace conference. He was not able to convince the republicans to accept this treaty because he did not include them in on it.
Like the panel which Germans smash the kid to the wall. The Holocaust as a Demonstration of Man's Brutal Nature The history of mankind is replete with episodes of mass destruction and killing. This century produced perhaps the greatest example of such atrocities, the Second World War. It was during this period of unexplainable brutality that both the Jewish Holocaust and the Nagasaki Bombing occurred. These awful events, discussed and regarded in a much different light half a century ago, are analyzed quite divergently now that mankind has had fifty years to ponder on its errors.
Her carelessness and lack of morals shines through towards the end of the novel when Nick rings to inform Daisy of Gatsby’s death, he discovers that she has “packed up and left”. One of the most powerful symbols in the novel is the sorrowful eyes of Dr T.J Eckleburg. We glimpse his eyes on a billboard located in The Valley of Ashes, frowning upon the dead and decaying valley. Seeing America as a moral wasteland. The eyes symbolize the eyes of God, looking down on the remains of a rotting society, “But his eyes, dimmed a little by many paintless days, under sun and rain”.