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INVISIBLE MONSTERS To sacrifice oneself and save others is what weve known as human love and we have also learned that we should respect those who could perform that in any situation but in reality the numbers of those people who dont care about what others do seems much greater than the number of those who do In Stephen Cranes story The Monsters Henry Johnson who sacrifices himself into the fire in order to save a little boy gets treated like a monster just because his face has burned away84 This is very serious problem because its not what happens only in the book but also in our present lives Henry Johnson is a man who works for Dr Trescott One evening when Dr Trescotts house is on fire Johnson burns mainly his face and the body while he is saving Jimmie the son of Dr Trescott Judge Hagenthrope tells Dr Trescott that it is rather killing Johnson for the town for Johnson wouldnt be welcomed by the people in the town Then he says As near as I can understand he will hereafter be a monster a perfect monster and probably with an affected brain86 From this line we can see that Judge Hagenthrope is afraid and worried about Johnsons face because his face will surely scare the whole town Dr Trescott does not listen to him and keeps taking care of him Dr Trescott takes Johnson to the house of Alek Williams so that Williams can take care of him but one night Johnson gets out from the house and wanders around the town When people see his face they are terrified and among them one hurled backward with a dreadful cry100 The chief of police comes to Dr Trescott next day and says that hes got Johnson in the jail He suggests that when Dr Trescott comes to take Johnson out of the jail he would better bring a-er-mask or some
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