I want to smash his face in. I want to shout smash is face in!.” I want to see blood spurt out from Mr. Wingfield high ranking nose. “ This shows that Samuel is aggressive because he wants to see other people hurt. Later in the book it shows that Samuel is aggressive when Samuel and Richard were fighting and the author states“ His cheeks are swollen and one of his eyes is turning purple. I am proud of my handiwork” Sameral is aggressive because he doesn 't like when people annoy himself or tease him.
Another reason why John Proctor is such a Flawed man is because he is so quick to anger. He get mad very easily and he goes off on people to make them feel like a bad person when they didnt do anything wrong. Like Elizabeth every night he tries to talk to him and he yells at her because she ask to many questions or she doesn 't do it the right
The colonists thought that the laws King George made were unfair and cruel and it was evident that King George had firmly resolved not to change his mind. The colonists were indignant and furious, putting a lot of stress on the minds of Hugh and John. One of the colonists began provoking and taunting John, this began to irate Hugh, so he stepped in and hit the colonist with the butt of his gun, the colonist screamed and this created such a scene that soon
Overall, the witch craze was one of the darkest times in history. A period in which man was strenuously tugged in ways that he hadn 't been before. His faith, his god, all of it was being contested by various events that were happening in the time. Because of this, the witch craze occurred, a result of the inner turmoil within man that was a result of something he had held on to so dearly being tugged and gnawed at. The witch craze resulted in the discrimination and intense focus on the conviction and execution of vulnerable women, people of old age, and people who 's execution would result in economic or
Reeva was an activist for domestic violence but, she was sadly taken by something she stood whole heartily against. As Oscar’s fame began to rise be was more obnoxious towards everyone surrounding him and began to get more violent. Others couldn’t stay alongside with Pistorius in the same area as a roommate told an interviewer stating that “I moved out. Oscar is always shouting at the people on the phone” (10th paragraph page 14) Oscar’s behavior caused many to see him as an embarrassment to himself and to the world and his country. He began to drink more heavily, and changed from what his friends call “The good old lads” (10th paragraph page 14) to the “Southern Jo’Burg tattooed skinhead-gang type” (10th paragraph page 14).
Additionally, Bob Ewell’s hatred towards Atticus grew, as the book went on. He got so sick and tired of him and wanted revenge. Atticus explains that, “So if spitting at my face and threatening me saved Mayella Ewell one extra beating, that’s something I’ll gladly take.” Harper Lee describes that Bob Ewell was so full of hatred that he would beat up anyone he disliked. Towards the end of the novel. Bob couldn’t control his hatred any longer so, in revenge he tries to kill Atticus’ children.
This also goes for the syntax: The choppy, shprt sentences create a rushed and almost anxious tone, as it should be through such a traumatic event. The tone itself is very vivid and traumatic, and the sentences such as “I remember what I was thinking: “That’s madness, madness.” Two words, like an accursed mantra. Sheer madness.” The anxiety of these sentences make the reader feel uneasy and worried, considering the madness through such choppy
Because of his anger he got in trouble for it and he realized more and more if he kept on being cruel and mean something bad could really happpen and he will continue to hurt everybody he loves and cares about. In conclusion Nick lost his friends and the only girl he truly
Man’s ruthless urges against man, nature and other living beings have brought the universe to the threshold of ruin. Philosophies, rituals, racism, orthodoxy and extremism have come to be mistaken as religion and the people have gone a long way towards committing spiritual hara-kiri. The world is facing a horrendous situation. There is unrest in every corner of the world. The crime rate has amplified many-fold because of ever growing greediness, self-centeredness, narrow-mindedness etc.
As an immediate result of Marc Antony’s funeral oration, Rome is steered into a state of anarchy. With the loss of their leader leaving them vulnerable, the plebeians falls victim to Antony’s engagement of rhetoric and are greatly stirred by his speech. Despite their commendation of Brutus just moments before, they are easily pit against him through Antony’s words and feel morally compelled to revolt against the conspirators in the name of Caesar. This frenzy escalates rapidly and the anger towards the conspirators grows so large to the point where the plebeians will penalize anybody who bears a slight similarity to them. For instance, two plebeians encounter a poet and, after besieging him with a slew of questions, discover that he shares