Them “picking their wheat” is them taking all the food and drink. Penelope is not too keen on the idea of marrying one of the suitors but “love[s] to watch them all.” This indicates that she might have enjoyed having the suitors around because it would have made her feel better during her grief because of the extra attention. This is why Penelope would have been sad when they were all killed because she had become attached to the suitors over the years. However, the sadness swiftly faded after being comforted and reminded that the eagle had liberated her from them. The eagle is Odysseus coming home from his journey and killing all of the suitors who have been dominating his home for 20 years.
Creon’s rage is what caused his sister's death, Antigone because he is stubborn when he is mad. Lastly, terror is a big emotion that caused negativity. If Ismene was not scared of Creon and helped bury Polyneices better and would have had a better chance in saving Antigone. Love was a huge emotion in the play Antigone. Antigone’s love for her brother Polyneices led to her being put in jail and led to her killing herself.
This means that people start to die because of the Montague and the Capulets’ families. It’s true that people die because of the enmity between two families, but the death of their kinsman sacrifice to make peace between the Capulet and the Montague. When Romeo thought that his death is against fate, the prince knows that fate meant to cause so many deaths between two families to make peace for the village. The prince said to both families after their children’s death, “ See what a scourge is laid upon your hate, / that heaven finds means to kill your joys with love” (5.3.316-317). If Romeo doesn’t meet the servant and not go to the party, then there would be no fight or deaths.
Romeo and Juliet’s love was doomed from the beginning, because of the enmity between their families, this contributed to their death. This was seen as an act of rebellion, and they obviously blamed it on Romeo’s presence in Juliet’s life. In Act Three, Scene five, Juliet’s father Capulet speaks enormous hatred he has for Romeo, by calling him an opportunistic man, who has led his daughter astray
Similar to Clytemnestra, Medea is depicted as also being deceitful and full of hate. At the start of the play, it’s revealed that Medea’s husband, Jason, had left her and her two kids so that he can get a better life, work for the king, and marry the princess. This, rightfully so, made Medea angry at Jason for abandoning her and her children. However, the extent to which Medea is depicted as getting angry is a bit extreme. She lets her emotions overwhelm her and becomes filled with rage at Jason to the point that she wants to kill him.
Her friend, Joanna, or Johnsy, loses all hope when she contracts pneumonia, and has a disturbing notion that once all the leaves on an old ivy branch fall off, she will die. This is Sue’s first loss—the loss of hope of relieving her friend of this alarming thought. Sue also loses another friend, one who ended up saving the life of Johnsy. When Sue called him up for his services as a model, she told him of Johnsy’s strange idea of the ivy leaves. He feels compassion on Johnsy, and in the night, secretly, when he discovered that the last leaf fell, “he painted it there [on the wall] the night that the last leaf fell."
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 then put a curse on Medea. Medea got so angry when Jason married Glauce. She wanted revenge.
“Et tu, Brute?” those were Caesar’s last words to Brutus before dying by his hand. Caesar’s friends stabbed him in the back (literally and figuratively) and this happened because of his overtrust in his friends. Caesar is a tragic hero because of his tragic flaw, terrible mistake, and his doom to die. Caesar’s flaw is his overtrust in his friends and in himself. Before Caesar’s death Caesar’s wife had a dream that scared her for her husband.
While Othello ultimately kills his wife over his fears of not being enough for his wife, one cannot deny that both Othello and the speaker of “Doubt” let their fears rule their lives. In Othello, the towns people, even his wife’s father, are constantly telling him that he is not good enough for his wife, Desdemona. Ultimately, Othello lets Iago manipulate him into killing the love of his life because he cannot keep his fears in check. Similarly, the speaker of “Doubt” lets her worry eat away at her until she convinces herself that, “If to love him was bold of me, to fall silent may be wise—he might just disdain my frail overreaching words” (Colonna). Not even taking a chance on love, she is brave enough to admit that she “fears failure,” but cannot even tell a soul of her love for the fear the he might “disdain my frail overreaching words,” as if to love is to cross a boundary that no one should ever cross.
As the story progresses, Oedipus’s blindness to truth and his infringements brings misfortune to his subjects. He is said to be the cause of his subject's demise, including famine, the death of his people, the death of multitudes of animals, and women were giving birth to babies that were dead at birth. He has killed his father and married his mother at this point-- the Greeks believe that any crime or infraction against the gods would lead to not only the demise of the person who had sinned but to all that is around them. Tiresian especially blames Oedipus of the current plagues over the city of Thebes. In this quote, Tiresian states his feelings toward him and sparks his interest in his history: "You, even though you see clearly, do not see the scope of your own evil, nor with whom you dwell.
Benvolio says this to Romeo, because Tybalt has just been killed because he killed Mercutio. “Romeo, away, be gone! / The citizens are up and Tybalt slain.”(3.1.130-131) This supports that Tybalt is to blame because his death leads to a lot more events like the capulet finding out and being heartbroken, but Juliet is even more sad because Romeo has been punished to exile but her parents don’t know that they are married. So to try and cheer up their daughter they try and marry her to another man to get her spirits up. This supports that Tybalt is to blame because his death leads to a lot more events like the capulet finding out and being heartbroken, but Juliet is even more sad because Romeo has been punished to exile but her parents do not know that they are married.
These families drove these two young lovers to kill themselves because they could not be with their true love. The family feud is to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths because of the amount of hate that is shown daily in the story “ From ancient grudge break to new mutiny where civil blood makes civil hands unclean”. This hate caused Romeo and Juilet to sneak around and hide important life events like there marriage from there parents Feud was only the beginning of this tragic event . Juliet’s parents were forcing
Tybalt let his anger get the best of him, which caused him his life, Mercutio’s life, and Romeo’s banishment. After Romeo gets banished the climax rises because now it makes everything harder for him and Juliet. Whos gonna let their daughter marry someone who killed her cousin? Because of Romeo’s banishment Juliet is forced to fake her own death so she doesn’t have to marry Paris. But Romeo didn’t know it was fake so he Killed himself and Juliet ended up killing herself as well.
Once Oedipus found out about the killing of his father and marrying of his mother, everything goes downhill. Jocasta hangs herself after finding out about her son also being her husband and her son killing her past husband. Oedipus finds her and gouges his eyes out. These events led up to Creon taking over as king and exiling Oedipus soon after his request to be exiled. The few interactions led up to the expulsion of the main character, Oedipus.
Iago possess pernicious traits because he destroys his life and marriage, as well as the marriage between Othello and Desdemona. In addition, Iago causes destruction to his friends and wife. Iago manipulations results in the death of many people, including his wife and Roderigo. “The woman falls! Sure he hath killed his wife.