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It is apparent you cannot judge completely without close observation There is such comparison a known difference as well as similaritiesbetween the animal kingdom and our human existence This storyapproaches both from a subtlety critical point of view The wordscleverly express the meaning of the lion being as a serial killer-rapistwithout feeling remorse of any kind The author used the lion torepresent the negative side of human characteristics The siblingadmiration plays a role in human character as well as in the animalkingdom Personally I enjoyed the deeper meaning of the story theseemingly unassuming crazed killer Toni Bentleys story The BadLion draws a parallel between humans and animals through the heavypersonification of South African lions Satan stood out among the other lions from the beginning when his woundseemed to set him apart His right nostril appeared bigger andblacker than the left an old wound Pg23 He appeared disinterestedfor the most part in human behavior that didnt affect him Not thathe was unaware just disinterested The statement One cannot reallysee animals in a zoo Pg23 brings to our attention an all toobvious point being you cannot possibly know a person in a controlledenvironment where they are on their better behavior for one reason oranother Whether the reason being they know they are being watched orperhaps monitored in some way Bentley mentions the fact that only inthe wild where the animals are free and man is the curious visitorcaged in a jeep can one feel the power of their dangerous beauty theenormity if their dignity and the frailty and occasional idiocy ofhumans Pg23 The author mentions distorted perception in terms of safety provided as an interestingpoint of view Words that let you almost feel the uncertainty ofnature human or animal A common reaction to this all too familiarrealization of uncertainty Much like Satan at rest uninterested in ajeep filled with people could actually be as
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