Slaughter house five Essays

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Halima Ahmed
The quote “… we pay a price for everything we get or take in this world…” by L. M. Montgomery means that giving or taking everything in this world will eventually will result in something. This quote means that whatever goes around comes right back around. I agree with this quote because what someone gives is what they get back in returns. Doing something good will result in good, doing something negative will result in bad. The two pieces of literature that supports my interpretation are a play “Medea” by Euripides and another play I’ve read “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds” by Paul Zindel. Whatever is being given out to the world is what is exactly one is receiving back. The play that correlates with this quote is a play called “Medea” by Euripides. This play is about an evil woman who was madly in love with her husband who has been arrowed by the cupid, Jason. When Jason was going to marry another princess for the wealth and the name, the antagonist, Medea went mad and has killed the Princess along with her own Children whom Jason loved dearly. Medea wanted to give Jason back what she thought he had deserves. This shows that when the type of deeds someone does and how someone acts in one’s life affects what is done to them behaved towards in another.
Another play that connects to the story is called “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds” by Paul Zindel. This play is a saddening heart breaking play about an alcoholic mother who has murdered her dearly daughter’s beloved Rabbit. Ruth loved her Rabbit more than anything; Rabbit was the only thing she always cared about the most. Ruth has lost conscious when she found out Beatrice, the antagonist; her alcoholic mentally abusive mother has killed the rabbit while being intoxicated. She had a nervous collapse at the end of the play. Thus, this implies that what some is giving out is what they’re receiving. Both of these Plays strongly affix…