ColdMountain - Charles Frazier - Characters : their development and impact. 1. Inman is left psychologically scarred by memories of war and the ghosts of his fellow soldiers who have died fighting. The war turned Inman into a very violent person, one who is brutal and holds little regard for human life as he resorts to violence a great deal through out his travels. His meeting with Sara results in violence when he kills the three Federals who stole her pig and trashed her house.
The students were anxious and miserable. He also says that one kid killed his parents because they took away his Xbox. Internet also leads to death of people, therefore it is a problem and we should put it on to the DSM. Internet is bad for our culture and society because we use internet all the time without knowing that we are addicted. It is a drug and it reacts as a drug on us once we start we cant stop.
Leaving almost all of their soldiers dead. Minority of the societies getting treated unfairly, citizens rioting, dying, with no food, water, or even shelter for them. The reason why great societies fall is because of wars, poverty of citizens, and the bad rules and laws of these societies. The first reason why great societies fall is because of the wars that they fought. In When the U.S. went to Iraq, they had weapons of mass destruction that we had to get, or else the whole world could have been gone, or be in a WWIII.
Did Odysseus and his men bring the string of catastrophes on themselves? Yes, they did get themselves into serious trouble. With a pompous attitude, the men prolonged their journey home to Ithaca. Those who did not have Odysseus’s smarts, died because of this. When they raided the Cicones’ village, harassed Poseidon’s son, and killed the Helios’s cattle, they punished themselves.
The death of Macduff’s family made Macduff fight harder than ever, in order to avenge his family's name. The messenger tried to warn Lady Macduff about the attack, but it was too late. The murders entered, they first killed Macduff’s son, on the brink of him dying he manages to say “He has killed me, mother. / Run away, I pray you” (4.2.80-81). Macbeth embodies the flaw of making impulsive decisions.
In this story the hate everyone has for each other is way more destructive than the love a few people have. By the end of The Coffin Quilt no one seems happy or cheerful. It is very visible that all the hate changes people’s personalities and outlooks on life. Ma and Pa McCoy highly disagree about violence. Roseanna doesn’t see the purpose of living anymore and eventually wills herself to die.
The outcome of his retaliation took a massive toll on the first generation and part of the second. Hindley died from drinking, and Catherine dies in childbirth. Isabella, Heathcliff’s first wife, couldn’t take his cruelty and ran away. All of the first generation Earnshaws has died from this tyrannical orphan. But too much anger can also give a person a visit with fate and Heathcliff dies putting the estate back into order once again.
“Moral Injury” can be viewed as a representation of what Tim O’Brien encounters in “The Man I Killed.” What David Linley went through changed his life for the worse. He lost his family and was sent to jail for a condition that fighting for his country graciously gave him PTSD. Everything about war causes destruction in every aspect even hearing an explosion can alter an individual 's brain and this is proven in “The Invisible War On the Brain”. Going to war is a serious matter and should not be taken lightly; war is a life changing event that alters an entire person’s life. In these predicaments ,the maze of destruction, known as war is a horrifying atrocity; that afflicts pain and demolishes the lives of the men and women
“During this era, the leaders of this society and their collaborators killed nearly two out of every three ‘minorities’ as part... ... middle of paper ... ...downfall.Mostly societies fall due to whoever is leading them, like in Athens they were told to retreat inside of the walls which lead to an outbreak that killed ⅓ of the city’s population.Although trying to make a “perfect” society never ends up working out, we can learn from our mistakes and always try to make ours better. As I once said, “It is not possible to create a perfect society for imperfect beings.” Works Cited Dashner, James. The Maze Runner. New York: Delacorte, 2009. Print.
In the novel Night, author Elie Wiesel documents his personal experience in the Holocaust to portray how evil and injustice were primarily responsible for the atrocious and inhumane slaughter of millions. Today, children such as Elie are left abandoned due to the legal status of their parents and are forced to live on the streets or be taken into foster care. There are also several thousands who die immigrating, which illustrates how the country’s current immigration laws are jeopardizing children as well as people who just want to better their lives. Although illegal immigration may not be as severe as the Holocaust, it is clearly an issue where millions of people are being oppressed, discriminated against, socially prejudiced of their rights and even killed. A young boy of only 15, Wiesel witnessed an immeasurable amount of horrors and constantly lived a life of torment and death.