Bandar Log Bully By Gene Dingle

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Bandar-log Bully Essay by Gene Dingle What is a bully exactly? A bully is a person who uses their physical and verbal strength to an advantage against you. Rudyard Kipling has created an excellent allusion of animal to human in the Jungle Book: Kaa’s Hunting. Monkeys, as you may or may not know, are normally naughty and rude to people if they are not taught the right way of doing things. Monkeys are also very scatterbrained and clueless of anything. Mowgli says “...chasing silly rose leaves with the Bandar-log.”(Kipling, 10). When I see a person chasing rose leaves, I see stupidity at its highest peak. The Bandar-log or monkey people were the bullies to the other animals of the Jungle. Alike a bully, the Bandar-log speak, act and treat others similarly. They use their verbal and physical abilities to dominate and browbeat others to make them appear and sound better than they are.…show more content…
Bandar-log, from my personal research, is also a definition for someone of irresponsible chatters. And in the Jungle, the Bandar-log torment others (most likely weaker ones) so they can bring themselves above others. “Pulling someone down will never help you reach the top.”- Unknown. Whenever a bully harasses someone, they waste learning time and in this case learning about the Jungle. So instead the Bandara force victims do their work for them or be the ones to educate them. Possibly you know them as copycats, they speak and copy what their victims do. An example from the book: “We are great. We are free. We are wonderful. We are the most wonderful people in all the jungle! We all say so, and so it must be true.”(Kipling, 11). The monkeys talk in almost total repetition of the Jangala-log or Jungle

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