Compose a 1000 words essay on Stooge Concept. Needs to be plagiarism free!n of heaping torture upon one individual, it is a necessity for the mental well being of the many, in order that the utopian c

Compose a 1000 words essay on Stooge Concept. Needs to be plagiarism free!

n of heaping torture upon one individual, it is a necessity for the mental well being of the many, in order that the utopian condition of the city might be preserved. In a similar manner, Jackson’s “The Lottery” is based upon the same theme of one individual becoming a scapegoat to bear the brunt of frustration and anger that others feel – the sacrifice of the one to preserve the happiness of the many. Crane’s “The Blue Hotel” also reiterates this theme of selection of a scapegoat elected to suffer in order that the happiness of others and their utopian existing state can be maintained.

LeGuin’s story progresses through there phases – the first shows suggests an idyllic existence, fortunate that the citizens of Omelas enjoy. But the dark undertones to the story are revealed in the second half of the story where the existence of the one child locked in filthy, miserable conditions within a broom closet is revealed to the reader – it has become imbecile through fear, malnutrition and neglect.” (LeGuin 281). The existence of the child is known to the citizens of the town – it sometimes begs for release and promises to be good, because it is suffering so much from being naked, covered with sores and left to sit in its own excrement. Most of the citizens view the child and are shocked at its pitiable state, however although they would like to do something to help the child, they cannot because “to throw away the happiness of thousands for the chance for the happiness of one: that would be to let guilt within the walls indeed.” (LeGuin 282). Therefore, many of them try to rationalize the suffering to themselves by arguing that after so long, the child would not even appreciate freedom – “it would probably be wretched without walls about it to protect it, and dakness for its eyes and its own excrement to sit in.” (LeGuin 283). The third part of the story deals with the reaction to this revelation, and how some people walk away from the