I believe that Father Flynn was falsely accused and never actually committed those kinds of acts with Donald Muller. With the lack of evidence and the small habits that can cause Sister Aloysius to dislike someone it is hard to believe that she actually had any reason to accuse him other than personal dislike towards Father Flynn. With no evidence nothing can be proved. As the
Abigail told him in the beginning of the story that all of the witchcraft was a sham, and he refused to tell anyone else. If he had just been open about the lies from the beginning, rather than waiting for more craziness to break out, then perhaps the judges would have been more lenient and not as quick to hang people, no matter the accusations. “ I think you must go to Salem, John. You must tell them it is a fraud.” (1163) Unfortunately, John Proctor did not listen to his wife and kept the secret to himself. In fact, the only reason he brought up the fact that it was a lie was when his own wife was accused of witchcraft.
Hereby a main theme for this short story could be: Lack of recognition of problems in hope of dodging uncomfortable feelings. The lack of recognition of horrors which Mrs. Heller had described can be seen in Lambert’s life in a different way. Lambert’s mom would not believe that the accident had an effect on her health: “”You better?” I asked. “Of course, dear. Much.
However, it was later found by the women that there was something under the quilt. That something was the motive, and the motive was Mrs. Wright’s bird. The men would not know this because they dismissed the kitchen and living area from having any significance to the case. They also mockingly asked the women what they had found without really caring about the answer. The women sensed this and therefore withheld information that would be vital in proving Mrs. Wright’s guilt in the murder of her husband.
Cassia has no say in what values she’s been brought up with and what stories she’s been told, because all of that choice has been taken away by the Society. Meanwhile, the government body that initiated the destruction of people’s civil rights sits in the shadows, withholding choices and information from the rest of the Society. Nobody in the novel can recall how or when this change happened, but of course, the lack of choices are an integral part of society. After all, without it, people could freely do whatever they wanted, which is a threat to society because they could possibly overthrow the government. The reason of this censorship is extremely sinister.
The St. Valentine’s Massacre does not explicitly occur in The Great Gatsby, but an event similar to the massacre destroys Gatsby. Returning from New York, Daisy murders Myrtle Wilson by running over her with a car. When Gatsby is asked who committed the crime, he knows Daisy was driving “but of course [he will] say [he] was” (143). Gatsby decides even though he was not the one behind the wheel, he will take the fall for Daisy. Thus, he was not the perpetrator of the incident and accepting the fault is to further his hope that he will achieve capturing Daisy.
This argumentative essay is about mary surratt & mary was a normal housewife with a few friends. John wilkes booth was a friend of mary’s & he was set on a mission to kill the president of the united states because he was a confederate & the united states won the battle against the confederates so that made booth furious & enraged. I don’t think Mary should have been hanged for her crimes of helping booth with hiding some guns and binoculars in a tavern because she only thought that she was helping a friend with a few errands. Even though mary 's name wasn 't on the letter she still got tried for her crimes. Mary surratt should have been truthful when the cops came to her house & maybe then she might have gotten off a little easier than
But she has no physical evidence of him doing anything wrong and she admits it when Mrs. Muller asks if she has evidence “ No evidence? No” (Shanley 42). She is clearly making accusations out of speculation which is just like the witch hunts that came before. Along with this since there is no evidence to condemn Father Flynn, He is not being given a fair way to defend himself since Sister Aloysius. You cannot defend yourself from rumors or invisible crimes.
Originally, Macbeth changed his mind about killing the king, but his wife talked him into it. Macbeth hallucinate a bloody dagger, then before he knows it he has killed the king in his sleep. But Macbeth screwed up, he was suppose to leave the dagger with the guards. But he didn’t, lady Macbeth had to run back and put the dagger in their possession.
Being his wife she has even darker plans for him before he was even thinking of doing anything about the crown. She hatches a plot to frame the guards for the murder by leaving the knife Macbeth uses to kill the King near them while they are drugged. Macbeth does the deed of killing Duncan but brings the knife back and is very set back by what he just did and completely forgets he is supposed to leave the knife near the guards to make it look like they did. Lady Macbeth goes back and does this herself showing her utter ruthlessness to get Macbeth on the throne more than he really even wants to. She questions his ability to do the task, “IF we should fail?