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Les Inuits et les hommes de race blanche agissent parfois de manières différentes. Dans le roman Agaguk se trouve plusieurs exemples ou les Blancs trouveraient les comportements inuits vraiment insensés. Parmi ces exemples, deux d'entr'eux m'ont vraiment choqués. C'est pour cela que, dans cette dissertation, les conséquences apportées au fait que les Inuits tuent sans se soucier de rien et au fait que les femmes inuites sont manipulées comme des objets vont etre comparées entre les conséquences qui seraient apportées â ces faits-ci si ce serait des Blancs qui agissaient comme ceci.
Dans le roman Agaguk, lorsque les Inuits tuent les etres humains de leur propre tribu, aucune conséquence principale n'est apportée â ce crime. Par exemple, lorsqu'Agaguk brula le trafiquant de peaux Brown, la tribu de son père n'eut aucune réaction particulière envers ce crime exceptée celle de justifier qu'Agaguk avait une bonne raison de commettre son crime. &laquo TÔt ou tard, la Gendarmerie Royale serait venue, aurait emprisonné Brown, ce Blanc qui trafiquait la denrée défendue. Celui-lâ qui l'avait fait disparaitre n'avait fait que devancer les hommes de la loi. De combien de temps, le savait-on seulement?. On ne chercherait aucune vengeance contre Agaguk qui était en outre le fils du chef Ramook, donc susceptible de certains égards» p. 51 La meme chose s'est passée lorsqu'Ayallik et Henderson furent assassinés. La tribu ne tenta pas de savoir qui avait tué Ayallik et encore moins de punir le coupable. Et pour la mort d'Henderson, personne n'essaya d'arreter le coup de feu de!
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When writing about love, there is usually a tendency to emphasize romantic love, and thus view love as primarily a feeling, directed exclusively towards the perfect person known as the “lover”. But of course, as often pointed out, there are many different types of love. One of the most common ways of answering the question of the nature of love is to confess ignorance, by arguing either that no one can define love, or that everyone has their own definition, so that there is no single, all-encompassing definition. In one respect, there is no doubt that this is true: of all the experiences human beings have, love is certainly one of the most mysterious; and because each of us must rely primarily on our own experiences, there are indeed almost as many different ideas about love as there are different people who have given and received love.
What, then, is this elusive thing called love that everyone so desperately needs? The obsession that most people have of finding the perfect companion is not love.It is better known as “infatuation”, and there is a vast difference between infatuation and real love. William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" is an excellent example of infatuation. Emily hides behind a psychological dysfunction of infatuation and unknowingly labels it love. Miss Emily, the main character of this story, lives for many years as a recluse, someone who has withdrawn from a community to live in seclusion. “No visitor had passed since she ceased giving china-painting lessons eight or ten years earlier.”(Faulkner 73) Faulkner characterizes Miss Emily’s attempt to remove herself from society through her actions. “After her father’s death she went out very little; after her sweetheart went away, people hardly saw her at all.”(74) The death of her father and the shattered relationship with her sweetheart co!
Miss Emily may have wanted seclusion, but her heart longed for companionship. Her desire for love and com…