In "The Book Theif", by Marcus Zusak, Liesel and Rudy start off with a hesitant friendship that later emerge into a strong connection. Rudy and Liesel have a very unique friendship. They have a love/hate sort of relationship. They fight a lot and call each other names but at the end of the day, they now they have each other 's back 's. Liesel and Rudy both know exactly what each other was feeling, and if they didn 't they still tried to comfort each other one.
His ultimate choice is choosing between trusting Desdemona or Iago. Iago’s influence on Othello is so great that he is transformed into a man that no one recognizes. His jealousy is terrifying because of the noble way he originally held himself. Othello does not even recognize the man he becomes and refers to himself as “he that was Othello” (“Othello.” Shakespeare A-Z 471). Othello’s jealous spirit drives him to murder his wife; he cannot stop his obsession with the alleged affair until she is harmed (“Othello.” Shakespeare for Students 663).
Many people think of their best friends, and they are happy to see them, want to do things with them, and are just generally glad to have them around. However, in John Knowles’s A Separate Peace, this is not the case with friends Phineas and Gene. In this novel, Knowles uses the protagonist, Gene forrester, to help show how betrayal can ruin friendships. He uses many techniques, including foreshadowing, figurative language, and symbolism. Foreshadowing is a technique that is used throughout the book.
Asher does not understand why Jonas is upset about the game. Later in the novel, Jonas gets angry at his father, because his father is actually killing people, to his dismay. Jonas’s friend Fiona is also learning to be a Nurturer. When Jonas was releasing really was, he was rightfully outraged. His father worked as a Nurturer, and the sight of his father killing someone made Jonas not want to go home.
The theme of hate in Romeo and Juliet is expressed in many different ways but mostly around the rivalry of the Montague and Capulet families. Due to the long ongoing feud between the two families they lose the innocent lives of their children and friends. When Tybalt goes to kill Romeo but runs into Mercutio and ends up killing him shows the theme of hate if the two families weren’t fighting then they wouldn’t of ended up killing Mercutio who isn’t even apart of the Montagues or the Capulets so because of this hate in the play they lose the life of a good friend. The same goes for Romeo and Juliet’s death, if the family could've ended the feud then Romeo and Juliet wouldn’t of had to hide their love for each other and wouldn’t of had to die.
John and Abigail have an affair and even when he told her to forget that it ever happened “[Abigail’s] concentrated desire destroy[Ed] his smile,” (Miller 1108). Although John “think[s] of Abigail from time to time,” he knows lechery is wrong and confessed to it on multiple occasions (Miller 1108). Consequently, John’s lust for Abigail leads to his own demise. When he confessed to lechery in court, the court takes Abigail’s side. John becomes angered by the
Victor destroys the mate he is creating because he had lots of doubts and he felt tricked. I know this because one doubts he said about creating the mate was, "Had I a right, for my own benefit, to inflict this curse upon everlasting generations?" So he felt like it was a mistake or a regret. He also felt like it was a mistake because after all the doubts he thought of he later seen the creature and he promised that he wouldn 't follow him. The creature looked at him like he tricked Victor so he destroyed the creature because he of the creature creepy scary
The Green-Eyed Monster Jealousy is a vicious monster that ruins relationships and friendships. Some people cannot control their jealousy and wind up regretting their actions later on. In Othello by William Shakespeare, the protagonist, Othello, is fueled into jealousy by the fear of infidelity. This causes him to make very poor decisions. Through Othello’s impulsive actions as wells as Iago’s malevolent ideas, Shakespeare reveals the horrid effects of jealousy.
This demonstrates that family ties, even if not blood related, have serious impacts on Hamlet’s life which causes misery to overwhelm his life; this misery prohibits his success. During Ophelia’s funeral, the drama between Hamlet and Laertes magnifies which causes more hate between their families. Laertes provokes Hamlet into fighting him by Ophelia’s grave, with their families there to witness, by saying “[t]he devil take thy soul” (V, i, 243). Following this mishap, Laertes is informed by Claudius of a strategy to end Hamlet’s life in the near future. This immoral conflict being conducted in a place that already is commemorating death displays that they are inclined to cause more people to die.