The Brennan’s were a well-respected family in the town but the action of Daniel left the feeling of hatred for the family.” The town of Mumbilli was bleeding.” The town was extremely affected by the accident. “Nicole with a beautiful voice and Luke- all round sporting hero were both killed and the only to blame was Daniel. The town believed that Daniel should get a long sentence for ruining the lives of others. Daniel’s sentence was long enough because he was involved in an accident and he was no murderer, it was a mistake. Nothing could bring back the lives lost and undo the damage done to fin, not even a lifelong sentence.
Although O’Brien is unclear about whether or not he actually threw a grenade and killed a man outside My Khe, his memory of the man’s corpse is strong and recurring, symbolizing humanity’s guilt over war’s horrible acts. Norman was right on the side of him when he died, after about a couple of years passed by after the war he was in Kiowa home town he started crying because he didn’t do anything to try to save him. In Fallen Angels Richie see’s how almost his whole team died he and Peewee were the only ones that survived, which emphasizes the theme of youth and innocence. In calling the novel Fallen Angels, the author implies that the soldiers’ youth and innocence are more important than any of their other aspects, such as their religion, ethnicity, class, or race. They wanted them to know what war is really like and wants to help them understand what is experienced.
This event relates to when Lennie crushed Curley's hand because Lennie couldn't figure out how to stop what is casuing him to panic in both events. 35. In both events Lennie accidently kills something, Lennie is afraid of George's reaction to both events, and his attitude towards the event doesn't change despite him killing a living person in the second
All this because of one decision she made to berry her brother caused her life to fall apart and everyone she loved to disappear. This was in some ways similar to the consequences that Creon had to face with the decision. He was left alone with no one because he killed his family; he killed his own son because its what he thought was right for the town. He didn’t know that his decision was going to force him to live alone. All of this was because they were too stubborn and selfish to change their mind or listen to other peoples view.
They’re lives had completely changed with no slaves and their southern way of life extremely altered. Bayard was one of the only people who was not gravely effected by this and opted not to follow the “southern code” when he chose to let the man who shot his father live. He realized that his father had done a lot of things in his life and eventually it would come down to him being killed. Bayard didn’t feel it was right to kill him and avenge his father when his father lost a duel, and had killed so many people already. By ignoring the southern code he comes to defeat time because he changes his morals as time progresses unlike most southerners and Bayard
Point: Other than Lieutenant-Commander Oram, none of the men knew of the plan, and therefore had no decision in the matter. Quotation: “None of the others had the least idea of what I intended doing.” (page 25) Explanation: This meant that if the men had been willing to die serving their “…country and King,” some of them were denied the right of doing so. 2. Point: The intentional killings of the fifteen men caused a despaired and dissonant death. Quotation: “Like one man, they stiffened, choked and fell.
In “Just lather, that’s all”, the barber has a lot of chance to kill Captain Torres but he didn’t. This is because he thought if he kills him he will also become cruel like Captain Torres. War is a sad stuff so many people were died in the war. Actually,
It is comes out two arguments that George did either right or wrong to kill Lennie in the end. The people who think he did right, was said, George have no way to do but he can only kill Lennie. Think about the situiation George held, he tried to ask Slim if they can put Lennie in jail, but Slim told him that's not good for Lennie. On the other hand, almost all the other farmers were angry with Curleys wife's death. Despite he saved Lennie, what
Some of these include death of others around them Vietnamese men, women, and children. Also they saw many of the people in their platoon get killed or die. Men tried to close themselves off from what was going on “they carried shameful memories” (482). “Men killed, and died, because they were embarrassed not to. It was what had brought them to the war in the first place, nothing positive, not dreams of glory or honor, just to avoid the blush of dishonor.
Some can’t help but wonder if it is indeed god’s “will that a child should suffer and its soul be dammed for a little blemish of the body” (Wyndham). But none of them see that “nobody, nobody, really knows what is the true image” (Wyndham). In V for Vendetta people are also killed for their physical appearances but also are denied every freedom that could be found in a normal society. “They take your parents, they take your brother from you, they take everything they can, accept your life” (McTeigue). Political activists are killed, anyone who attempts freedom or has an idea is killed or they “die defending [it]” (McTeigue).