“The search is over, Montag is dead; a crime against society has been avenged.” (Bradbury 142). In the end, the government couldn’t find Montag, but because everyone was watching the search for him on their TV’s, the government killed an innocent man pretending it was Montag. The society was glad Montag was dead, even though it wasn 't really him. In the book death happens frequently, and it 's enjoyable to them. Violence in the book is a warning because in the future, violence could have a huge impact on our life.
Victor would succeed in his goal but would be in horror of his creation and hate to it as it grow with each victim the creature took that were close to victor. Before victore death days the creature confronted victor to ask for one request of his creator to make a different sex then he would quiet the world of man. During victors last few days he told a man by the name Robert Walton his life story then one night jumped out the window to
He is warned not to attend the party but he smirks at fate by saying, “But he that hath the steerage of my course/Direct my sail,” (1.4.119-120). Romeo knows that he risks facing death himself if he attends the party, but still decides to go. He is leaving whatever happens at the party to fate. Another example of Romeo blaming his choices on fate would be after he kills Tybalt. Romeo calls himself “Fortune’s Fool” and realizes that he is going to have to face a punishment for his actions, that are of course caused by fate (3.1.142).
Greed will corrupt and change people take the Whites for example, they wish for money while knowing there would be consequences and they lost their son. Through the story The monkey's Paw, the Whites our visited by a friend with a magical item, the Whites make the decision to wish while knowing there will be consequences. Greed takes over people, Mr. White wished for money and his son was killed in a factory and he got his money Mrs.White wished her son back to life but then Mr. White wished his son back to rest because you knew there would be more consequences. The whites were the same as any other family only if they weren't corrupted by an evil force of greed. My first example is how greed affects people's minds.
To describe Athos in chapters 43 to 49, I would use the word “vicious”. Throughout the novel, Athos has been fairly tame, however, his personality changes upon finding that Milady, his wife whom he thought he killed, is alive and trying to murder d’Artagnan. Not only is Athos more vicious, but he is characterized as more involved. Both his viciousness and involvement are shown in Chapter 45 when Athos secretly visits Milady at an inn after the Cardinal held a meeting with her and was later escorted back to camp by Porthos and Aramis. Upon seeing Milady, Athos “...felt the same bloodthirsty fury return, possessing him like a raging fever.
The sniper was very happy about how he got revenge on the enemy for slaying his mother, but he also felt a bit weird about it. He didn’t know what the feeling was, but he wasn’t satisfied with all of the events that just took place. He thought there could’ve been another way to have kept his mother alive and then he started thinking about who the enemy could’ve been. He decided to reach for his flask of whiskey to celebrate, but then a shot that came from where the enemy died had hit him right in his chest. With that, he collapsed and fell off the the roof.
Montresor also intends to be responsible for Fortunato’s death. Montresor does not want Fortunato to die of a cough or from the catacombs but of his own destruction. The drunken Fortunato is the only one in the story who is unaware of Montresor’s real motives. Furthermore, Montresor addresses Fortunato as his dear friend when they first encounter each other. Fortunato believes that Montresor is his friend when he intends to make a fool out of him.
Throughout the last two acts of the novel, we see Laertes change from an impulsive instigator into a more wise and rational person who realizes he is in the wrong. After he first learns of his father’s death, Laertes is seething due to his misery, and consequently, strives for immediate retaliation. Contrastingly, at the conclusion of the duel scene, he is downcast over his looming death and the fact that he has caused Hamlet’s death, while also being ashamed of how quick he was to murder. Though to some, Laertes may be a seemingly insignificant character, it is Laertes affliction (as a result of his father’s death) that ultimately drives the novel to its grievous climax. Albeit tragic, if the end scene would not have happened, Laertes would not have had the opportunity to discover that he was wrong, and thus change.
Macbeth slowly becomes a new shade of evil with every action he makes as he sends murderers to murder his good friend Banquo. ¨I will advise you where to plant yourselves, acquaint you with the perfect spy o´th´time, the moment on´t; for´t must be done tonight, and something from the palace; always thought that I require a clearness.” (3.1.129-133) Macbeth gives ill advice to the murderers to kill Banquo because of his so-said ¨wrong doings¨. He continues to go onto the point where he states it was not his fault since he was no the one to physically murder is old friend. He later sees Banquo´s ghost as the reader realizes his actions will catch up to Macbeth soon. Lady Macbeth however fled with guilt, feels the need to act normal in all senses.
I think shakespeare is exploring the fact that many people are not born a blank slate. The evil that takes over hamlets life is partially because of the death of his father, but mostly just because of the cunning person he is. He loves to lure people in an feel welcome, and then can easily mess things up. I think killing polonius will not have that much effect on his character later in the play. This was what he had to do in his mind to fix his own issues.- REVENGE/MORAL CORRUPTION The killing is now over and the king and rosecraftsz want hamlet out.