As a side bonus, with Roderigo dead, Lago will be able to keep the stolen items that Roderigo thought was given to Desdemona. Lago is jealous of Cassio for more reasons than just the promotion, Lago sees Cassio as more attractive “He hath a daily beauty in his life that makes me ugly” (Bevington, 2014, 5.1.19-20). At this crucial point in Lago’s plan, everything must work accordingly or else the entire scheme will be revealed to Othello and whoever lives between Cassio and Roderigo. The fear from this step in Lago’s plan would seem to be very heavy, but Lago keeps a calm state of mind and cautiously thinks over the outcomes, while not showing any affection for loss of
Using his charm, good looks, and manners, Mr. George Wickham is able to deceive multiple characters throughout Pride and Prejudice in order to gain favor and sympathy. Initially, Mr. Wickham is introduced as an upstanding, friendly character who would be the perfect spouse for Elizabeth Bennett. He then evolves into a man in search of pity and wealth. George manages to turn blame and hatred onto others instead of owning up his own actions. Money and revenge are his motives, and he does not care who he has to hurt or mislead to obtain his goal.
For many people is hard to find someone you can love, trust and have success at the same time. Othello was able to find success and love in Desdemona. But sometimes there's always some way that wishes that they could be you; jealous enough to be willingly do anything, from pulling everyone around you down mentally; may be even as far as killing someone, fortunately people like that never make it to the top. Is Shakespeare's Othello many believe the play is about trust and deception, in my opinion jealousy is the biggest role in this play. Iago is jealous of all colors so says in love with Desdemona.
In Othello, Shakespeare intentionally made emotion a major flaw because it causes the characters to be easily manipulated and may cause the character to lose rational. Shakespeare did this to show strong of an emotion jealously is. Because of jealousy Iago is able to manipulate every character he talks to, whether they were minor like Brabantio, the father of Desdemona, or a major character like Othello, the Moor, the General, and supposedly Hero. If it weren’t for the jealously then the ending of Othello wouldn’t be so tragic. Othello’s jealously overcame Othello’s love, which made him blind to the truth.
Thrilled with the accomplishment, Tom discourages Huck’s future plans of leaving the Widow because of the living conditions and finding his own way, now that he has a plethora of money. Tom wants Huck to stay with him, and in order to do that, he makes up this gang he’s “making”, and convinces him to stay, just because he doesn’t want to lose him. His mindset benefits him and the people he’s around, creating glee for
Through Mr Birling, Priestley demonstrated the life of the 1920s ‘hard-headed businessman’, influenced by greed, money and power. He shows no remorse or concern for his wrongful actions unless they affect his position in society or finances. Priestly believes that capitalism was responsible for both world wars and Mr Birling portrayed as a defiant capitalist. Priestley used Mr Birling in ‘An Inspector Calls’ to highlight the need for change in his 1946 audience if they want a peaceful, fairer, more caring future society. Priestley set his play in 1912 as it purposely contrasts to the time when he was writing in the mid-1940s.
In act one there is a contrast between Goole and Mr. Birling. Priestley sets Birling up for the audience to dislike him because of his capitalist views which he disagrees with. Priestley uses dramatic irony and makes Mr. Birling seem like an ignorant fool. Priestley makes Goole have knowledge of the future allowing him to use it against Birling. Also at the time many people in the audience would have had the same views as Birling.
He boasts about his wisdom and clarity in understanding the way society works. While this is true, he does understand society, he does not understand his daughters, particularly Nise, who he likens to a female Don Quixote. There is also verbal irony in the second act, when Laurencio speaks about love, stating it can move mountains. His commentary on love is verbally ironic because the idealism he has when he speaks of love is completely contrastable to how he treats love, as a financial incentive and a way of ensuring he has enough money to correspond to his noble blood. Verbal irony is apparent is Lope de Vega’s own narrative, the turning point of the play is when Finea has a breakthrough of sense and develops a strategy into duping everyone she is still la dama boba to solve the problem of Liseo’s renewed interest in her.
Polonius then takes this word and deletes all the romantic implications behind it and mocks them, “...that you have ta’en these tenders for true pay” (ll 115). He accuses Ophelia of taking these false offers and thinking them to be something that is of actual worth. He then uses tender to tell her to regard herself higher and to not make him look like a fool. Polonius is looking out for the prosperity of himself in this scene. While it seems that he is
He believes that setting up the ‘perfect’ life will assist her in realizing her affection for him is existent. In any case, believing that money could bring back love was absurd. Somehow, Gatsby uses money as a ‘god’ that will miraculously create a life for him and Daisy. Fitzgerald offers a basic observation of wealthy Americans yet demonstrates the depiction of these Americans and materialism and absence of ethical quality. As it relates to the American Dream, it was a thought which provided trust that an individual ought to seek after being glad, affluent and cherished which cause persons to go in search for