Does Society Control Us
Richard E. Miller's operator's article "The Dark Knight Of The Soul' ", postures numerous inquiries concerning today's general public and what we watch, listen to, peruse or expound on. Miller operator gives numerous stunning and uncovering samples of both rough and intelligent practices of today's general public. Miller writes in his article, “We no longer live in a world where human action can be explained”(8). So…why even try?
Given the chance, everybody might happily make things the same as before and keep the silly slaughter of the blameless got in the cross-blaze of a bothered person. Set "right" the circumstances that prompt these abominations. Yet that is simply not conceivable! Rather, we attempt to illustrate these occasions and the skewed perspectives' of the culprits who confer frightful demonstrations of brutality by means of the composed word. With the utilization of target guess; anchorpersons, correspondents, musical artists and each writers book turned screenplay, tries to clarify or accuse the roughness in our general public today. The features, photographs, subtitles, tune verses and each motion picture trailer clarifies everything… Or is not that right
Miller also takes us into another dimension while telling us the story of Tull and Berry. The Prince of Darkness compares and contrasts the lives of two writers Tull and Berry. Richard Tull is an unsuccessful writer during his career no matter how hard he tries and Gwyn Barry who Miller says is “vapid and soulless” in his writings but becomes a literary success. Tull sets out to destroy Berry’s career, but is unsuccessful in that aspect. What I interpreted from this part of “Dark Night of the Soul” is that reading does not necessarily make you a better person morally. Knowledge in certain types of literature actually gives the mentally disturbed people, even more disturbing ideas.
In Miller’s “Following the Word” he writes about Chris McCandless and his...