By employing the characterization of Aunt Safiyya throughout the book, Taher develops his position that one’s desire for revenge will make it so that they are unable to love anyone. A strong motive for revenge in one’s mind will cause a change in personality that will make them untouchable in the society. For instance, after the death of the bey, Aunt Safiyya comes to live in the village where she’s seen as a strange woman who seems to have no purpose in life but to kill Harbi. “And so the beautiful Safiyya whom all the men desired, became the Aunt
Shortly after, Hecuba started striving for revenge instead of justice for her children’s deaths. While Hecuba acts like equality is important she makes us think otherwise when she takes revenge on Polymestor. Throughout the tragedy, Hecuba takes unjustified actions to achieve justice such as murdering Polymestor’s two sons and blinding Polymestor. Hecuba’s decision to murder both of Polymestor’s sons was cruel and unjustified. Before Hecuba murdered Polymestor’s sons, she desired justice for the loss of her two children.
She reflects back on the MacDuff family murder and feels great guilt because they displayed characteristics of truly good people. Lady Macbeth believes that: “water clears us of our deeds” (II.ii.65-70). Lady Macbeth feels traumatized by the murder and the guilt keeps eating at her causing her to sleepwalk. Here she confesses her guilty of murder. Macbeth absent, completing king duties, arrives back to check on her and plans to tell her of his future plans of murder.
She kills their two kids, Glauce, and Creon. Medea kills Glauce, then her father wants to save her and he ends up dying as well. She wants Jason to suffer even more than what he was from the death of his wife Glauce, so she kills their two kids as well. She won’t let him bury the bodies of his sons. He
They had four children, the two brothers fought to become the king but both died in battle. Antigone killed herself and her fiance, Haimon, tried to kill his dad, Creon. Haimon died by accidentally stabbing himself. Creon was the last person in the family alive and the play foreshadows his suicide due to the loss of his family. In the play, there is an epic hero.
She has faced second-hand wrongdoing from the oppressive government through the murder of her family members. She describes, “...that sister of the mortally wounded boy upon the ground was my sister, that husband was my sister’s husband, that unborn child was their child, that brother was my brother, that father was my father, those dead are my dead, and that summons to answer for those things descends to me!’”(Dickens 354). Because Madame Defarge was vengeance for her family, she makes the heir of the aristocrat that killed her family, an innocent man who had relinquished his claim to the throne, to be executed. She believes that all aristocrats must be punished just because of their relation by blood, saying herself, “‘The château [castle] and the race...Extermination.’”(Dickens 179). Madame Defarge’s hatred for the government comes from her loved ones being murdered by the controllers of that government.
A) Dramatic irony, something that gives play that sense of je ne sais quoi; to have the audience have and edge of knowledge that the cast/character doesn’t. In Oedipus, Oedipus is a child of Jocasta and Laius. Prophesied to murder his father, to lay with with mother and bare children. As the play entails Jocasta and Laius decide to take heed to the oracle 's prophecy and kill their newborn in fear of what was yet to come. King Laius was to have his babies ankles pinned and put on a cliffside left to die.
Medea is on the roof of the house on her way to live Corinth. There shows how evil and scaring she is, because she confess to had kill her own son ¨ Jason ! Why are you battering at these doors, seeking the dead children and me who killed them? Stop ! Be quiet¨ (line 1318-1319) She is responsible for the death of the royal family.
Her brother was killed trying to avenge his sister's honor. She becomes in a great depression, she loses her family and her happiest life, so she recognizes that she has to play a big part in the revolutionary attempts to overthrow the power of the aristocracy. She spends her life enduring her anger and displeasure at the nobility of France until she turns into a ruthless killer because she must get revenge. The death of Charles Darnay and his entire family is central to her revenge. Madame Defarge reveals her true viciousness when the revolution heavily begins.
However, the Prince of Denmark, Hamlet procrastinates taking revenge for his father by killing Claudius, who is his uncle, killed his father to marry his recently-widowed mother and robs her father’s throne, and in turn becomes the King of Denmark. Furthermore, his procrastination indirectly results in tragic catastrophe, which all of the characters in the play are dead except Horatio only. Hamlet slays Polonius instead of Claudius. As Polonius hides, Hamlet enters the Gertrude 's chamber. When Hamlet hears noise from behind the arras, he runs the sword through a rat, claiming that is the King, but he is killing Polonius.