The steward assumed she is weak because she is a girl. Another prove that I have stated before is when the archbishop called her not a respectable woman. He stated that as if a girl dress like a soldier is something bad and new. They did not expect these kinds of attire and behavior from women. Because of the odd things Joan does, she was punished by being killed and burned to death.
After witnessing the life she built being burned to the ground and her husband and only son snatched away from her, Patria collapses, crying, tearing up the grass at her feet, and wailing up to the heavens in grief. But this instance was only the beginning. Soon, her sisters would follow, and Patria would be left all alone, not knowing when or if her loved ones would be released, her hopes for the revolution crushed. If only she and her sisters had not joined the underground movement, they would have been spared the pain and sorrow that would never be paid
In Medea, a surge of insanity purges her after she is betrayed by her husband Jason causing many cruel and harsh actions to follow from her. The ending result a murder scene. Is she really at blame for her actions and should she be punished? Believing that she is truly insane this would entail that she is completely innocent and therefore not to be punished. Thesis: Medea’s insanity which led her to killing her children suggests she let her emotions take control of her proving she is not at fault for her actions.
In this scene the use of dismal music is powerful because it totally changes the mood and really shows how evil and manipulative a person Cercei is. After Mirri Maz Duur killed Danny’s husband she is filled with rage and is getting ready to burn her.“Mirri Maz Duur opened her mouth, but made no reply. As she stepped away, Dany saw that the contempt was gone from the Magei’s flat black eyes; in its place was something that might have been fear.” In this passage it shows how much Dany hates Mirri Maz Duur because she murdered her husband. In the movie the director uses suspenseful and non-diegetic music. Again the use this deep harmonious music helps bring out Daenerys bitter side, and her hate for Mirri Maz Duur for killing her
Medea’s choice of killing her children in her own home is a very heartless, harmful decision that would impose unlimited pain on both her and Jason. In order to achieve maximum possible vengeance, she must flee before her enemies can punish her for her outrage (Segal 17). Her decision to murder her children rids her of the typical motherly image society stamps on women. She portrays more masculine qualities through her behavior and actions, which are very alien traits
Aylmer thought Georgiana’s birthmark was imperfect and wanted to remove it. Aylmer is to blame for Georgiana’s death by showing her how much he hated the birthmark and by eventually making her hate it herself, causing her to allow him to remove it. Georgiana loved Aylmer so much she was willing to change the way she looks to make him happy. She saw how disgusted he was with her and she couldn’t take it. “Pray do not look at it again.
Her sister’s descriptions give the idea that Wangero is just there to destroy things. Wangero’s mother even described the idea that she burned down their first home because she did not like it. “Why don’t you dance around the ashes? I’d want to ask her. She had hated the house that much” (Walker 395).
So when she found Aeron surrounded by dead bodies and covered in blood she ran over to him. She was not aware of the fact that Aeron had killed those witches. Aeron the loving and the first of his name was not the same loving person anymore. The spell had turned him cruel and all the goodness in him had vanished. When the witches were done with the spell, they realized what they had done and that it was a big mistake.
“Poor kid, she shouldn’t have died so young.” The murmurs of apathy were suffocating him. Breathless agreements swarmed into one big grey mess. Everyone was blending into each other, creating a wormhole which sucked away genuine feelings and thoughts, only leaving behind fake reactions and forced crying. “...Yeah, especially the way she died… how unfortunate.” He seemed to be the only one who disagreed. She deserved to have her picture splashed in front of the news, like an actress who had a hit role in an award-winning movie and then descended into oblivion soon after.
His fear of losing his reputation led him to destroying his confession documents, which condemned him to his death. Finally, Proctor did not deserve to die. He felt guilt and remorse, a sure sign that he was an honest man, and honest men do not deserve to die. In conclusion, Arthur Miller’s John Proctor is a hero. Proctor trying to explain to that the witch hunts are led by a lovesick girl to an unforgiving crowd exuberates his characteristics as a hero.