A Cruel World

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  • Alienation In Gregor Samsa's Metamorphosis

    for his family. After everything he had done for his family, it seemed to hold no meaning to them. They were embarrassed and ashamed of their insect family member. Each one of the family members were proved to be ungrateful, selfish, manipulative people. The Samsa family no longer had a use for Gregor. The love that was thought to be there began to show. This was a immature love, which had no meaning. His sister made a cruel decision that the rest of the family, excluding Gregor, acted upon. They decided to exterminate Gregor. Apples were thrown at Gregor by his father. One of those apples was thrown and embedded into his back. This apple could not be removed and rotted in his beetle flesh that could not heal. The rotted apple of evil and cruelty in the flesh is what killed Gregor. In the Metamorphosis, Kafka reminds us of how often certain people and things are taken advantage of. He reminds us of how cruel this society can towards each other, especially in a time of emotional hurt and need. He points out that we all can be mislead and blinded by the cruel activities that society…

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  • Torture And Cruel Treatment Essay

    Torture and cruel treatment is banned at all times, places, and including times of war (Torture). It is a terrible thing that still exists in some countries. People use it either to get information from people or to just hurt the person involved. We as people should not defend torture, because it is hurting people to get something. What is the reason that it is done? There are other methods to get information and possibly more effective ways. Torture has always been up for debate and it is a…

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  • Freedom Of Speech In Lord Of The Flies, By William Golding

    judicial system with reasonable punishments. Beccaria believed that a functional government should have a structured judicial system that punishes people according to the severity of their crimes. He strongly opposed against cruel and unusual punishments as well as the death penalty. A well established judicial system, Beccaria believed, could protect people’s basic rights and maintain peace and order in the society (“Cesare Beccaria”). If someone commits a crime, it is necessary to punish them…

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  • The Boosted Animals Analysis

    “The Boosted Animals, sponsored by the Boise State League of Legends Club, will be participating in the Boise State League Championship Series. Be sure to catch all the games up till the playoffs to decide the champion!” The average human may possibly be pondering, “What in the world does this have to do with the essay topic?” Personally, I savor hooking people with unorthodox statements that, with a naked eye, obviously have no correlation to one another yet, concurrently, have everything in…

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  • Life's Unfair Pitt Summary

    Life’s Unfair (Sometimes the Earth is Cruel) There are times when so many bad things happen in the world at once, which makes everyone wonder how such horrifying things could possibly happen to such heartwarming people. There are events that occur all over the world every single day that make people question why life's so unfair. Pitt wrote about how there are times where it makes people feel as though bad things always have to happen to people who are most vulnerable. He explained in detail…

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  • Chinese Cinderella Literary Analysis

    Composers have the power to create different worlds and new messages. The autobiographical novel Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yen Mah and the drama Across the Barricades by Joan Lingard demonstrate the hardships faced by individuals in difficult circumstances and their ability to escape to new places. In these texts the composers have developed the concept of new messages having the power to change an individual’s lack of acceptance in their world. _In Chinese Cinderella, the protagonist…

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  • Sometimes The Earth Is Cruel Analysis

    In the world that we live in, there is often upsets in our lives and in the lives around us. Being that we are all a part of one society, everything that happens to one society happens to every other society as well. In the article, " The Earth is Cruel", by Leonard Pitts, he goes on to discuss all of the horrible things that occur in Haiti, and how they are still able to stand back up on their feet and move forward with their lives. In this article, I believe that there is one central theme…

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  • Demanding Instant Gratification: My Freshman Year In High School

    The funny thing is he was not sympathetic to me what so ever. This guy, my uncle on the other end of the phone, with his baritone voice, aggressively said, "Welcome to the World baby girl... 'Ain 't it Shit. '" I never saw the world of education the same any more after that day. I realized my best for high school was merely a filthy rag for college level work. This drove me as a student to do better than my expectations, to strive for something better than the rest consequently, my ultimate…

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  • The World Be Dangerous Essay

    The World Will Be More Dangerous Since ancient times, safety issues have been essential for both national and international aspects. Most of the time, there is a peaceful relationship within nations and countries, and the world seems to become safer and wealthier. In recent years, some people predict the world is becoming safer in many articles or reports. Many leaders of the countries devote their time to reach diplomatic, peaceful, steady relationships with other countries. When we see the…

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  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins: Personal Analysis

    that before. After I read the first book I wanted to keep reading to find out the end; soon after I bought the whole trilogy. After finishing the trilogy I knew that my reading experience would be completely different, it made me a better reader and writer because it made me want to understand the story more in depth. It opened up windows for me to want to understand authors and their works rather than just read because it was an assignment. When I was younger I never anticipated reading as…

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