Comparing and contrasting power in Hawk Roosting and Human Interest The effects of power seem to be mostly psychological in both verse forms. In Human involvement the harm coursed by love and green-eyed monster drives the adult male to kill his lover. to demo power non merely to himself but to his girlfriend. Subsequently on in the verse form we see the adult male in his prison cell oppugning his motivation behind his sudden effusion of fury ; whereas in Hawk Perching the hawk believes there’s no demand for other predator’s being as nature is ‘all’ his and ‘no statements can assert’ his right to his power to kill. In Hawk Perching the hawk has no limitations in life and does as he pleases as he see’s himself as an all mighty being. But in Human Interest the adult male has a goad of the minute action that has a durable consequence. both on the dead girlfriend and on him in footings of a prison sentence.
The consequence of power on the hawk causes him to go chesty and this doing the inanity in other animate beings while the consequence of power on adult male drives them insane and blind to those around us. The hawk wishes to ‘keep things like this’ and although we know this is about the hawk desiring to maintain himself above all the remainder he will finally crumple and fall merely as nature intended. The hawk abuses his power by killing those smaller so him to increase his position in the nutrient concatenation. The effects of power leave contrasting images of a bereaved adult male left in a privy room and the haughtiness of rolling free. though both finally are seen as liquidators in life and will be nil more.