In the noir genre convention, the classic antihero is the person who gets stuck in a precarious situation which he is unrelated to, and relentlessly tries to solve the crime for his personal satisfaction no matter the consequences. The noir genre convention presents the reader with a world filled with mystery and darkness. In a time when America was just a bleak, void due to the Great Depression, the noir genre delivers a character in the anti-hero who is relatable enough too many struggling Americans. The antihero is usually swayed into this situation in order to protect the damsel in distress. The description of the anti-hero is “they live on the outskirts of normalcy, surviving as best as they can in a chaotic world both inner and outer”
Things get even worse when she learns that her mentor, a man that introduced her to the art of landscaping had been the victim in a gruesome murder. Nina now knows that it is up to her to dig for clue to the mysterious, frustrating, and evil happenings that seem to have descended on her small
He tries to explain that even the police who take a vow to protect and serve turn the other cheek not caring the slightest, but if they shoot a black person they are called a hero. Drug dealing, theft, and poverty are the main topics in Tupac 's music referring to rough neighborhoods that give little to no opportunities to improve quality of
After reading “Bandido” by Luis Valdez the Majority of time antagonist and protagonist are usually black and white as clear as sky. Unfortunately Luis Valdez creates a complex character call Tiburcio Vasquez of his melodrama, he like a Robin Hood who commit crimes but has respect and kindness to those around him, kind of hard not to root for him to get away. Tiburcio state “The women are not to be hard and no one I repeat no one is to be killed” (Valdez 116). In this play, Vasquez is a notorious California bandit ho commit murder which makes him the antagonist. On the other hand, Vasquez Is the main character he has a kindness and flattering aroma around him which also makes him the protagonist.
Jason Dorrant was the murderers so they ask for a well know detective named Trent do the job. What happens to some of the characters is very unfair because life is unfair. Alicia Barlett started asking questions because she felt like she was getting interrogated for something she didn't know what happened. Jason however is very upset about the incident but Emma doesn't feel bad. The truth is that all the people in the world it would have to happen
Toussaint interjects Now I am no authority, but In my investigation of serial killings I find what is common is that the killer has a private fasination... A selfish greed to have his bloody secret all to himself... Such a one is the master of privacy and isolation. Consider the history of such crimes... (gives examples of historic serial killings) ...Whereas with this chap, he seems not only to want to share his adventures with the world, but actually takes delight in broadcasting his deeds... Even forecasting them... Playing the game of cat and mouse with the police... His is an odd case...
From the beginning, he guides the protagonist through a midlife crisis that is almost sure to go wrong. He is a wealthy man, lost in a suspicious part of town in an expensive car. This has trouble written all over it. People in these areas are desperate for money, and robbing a rich man in his Mercedes-Benz would be a more than possible event that could ensue. Most fatal of all however, and most ironic of all, is that “[he is so] intent upon the future that… [He] does not notice the police car… follow him.” This one event, mixed with the stereotype the protagonist has thrown upon him by the cop, seals his fate.
Police brutality at the time made it difficult for them to live in Compton. It was easier to find an AK-47 compared to finding a job. This occurrence led to high crime rates in Compton. Under the watch of then, LAPD chief Daryl Gates crack trade and gangs were on the rise (Hiatt np). Harassment at the hands of police, Los Angeles riots and the beating of Rodney King by law enforcers pushed the N. W. A. to make music.
Roald Dahl use situational and dramatic irony, but mainly dramatic irony. Dramatic irony is when the audience knows more than the characters now about what is happening in the story. One example of this is when the police are looking for the killer the whole time and they say it can’t be the wife because she is so sweet and nice. Even though the audience knows the whole time that she is the killer, but the police don’t even look very deeply into the idea that she might have killed him. Throughout the story the author uses dramatic irony I know this because the audience always knows more than the police.
He feared if he was going to make it out alive with this kind of condition around him. However, he is able to overcome that since he never loses hope and keeps trying to get out with the use of logic. The narrator also gives us an image of how people were back then. The narrator says that he “saw—but with how terrible an exaggeration! I saw the lips of the black-robed judges.