Batman (a.k.a. Bruce Wayne) is one of the most iconic superheroes in the history of comics and the world. Although some may consider him a vigilante because of the way he takes justice into his own hands, he is an ally to the people of Gotham, bringing peace to the city in its darkest nights. The story of how Batman came to be can be quite complex and is seen in various versions but in most, Bruce is disgraced by the death of his parents: Thomas (owner of a massive Wayne company) and Martha Wayne. Therefore, as this essay progresses, I will like to analyze various aspects of Batman's biography and psychology such as "Home", how he was raised by his parents, their unexpected deaths, and all of the elements that made Bruce who he is today.
This shows Lady Macbeth's feeling of remorse while she relives the violent murder in her sleep. In the words “the old man to have so much blood in him”(5.1.41-42) she is not only referencing King Duncan's murder but all of the murders that Macbeth committed. This also shows how she is questioning why she pushed him to commit the murder. As well as questioning the fact that she had no idea that he would become so paranoid and start on a murder spree. Lady Macbeth believed that it was a one murder deal.
One characteristic that was greatly emphasized during the comic was the colour scheme. The black and white colour scheme was used to set the dark and melancholy tone as many individuals perished during this dreadful event. The author uses many transitional words to add cohesiveness to his comic. These includes: “suddenly…”, “After…”, “Later…”, “Seconds later…”, and “As they came..”. As the comic takes place during a war, it is generally considered as an action comic.
“Give me the daggers. The sleeping and the dead Are but as pictures; ‘tis the eye of childhood That fears a painted devil.” Lady Macbeth takes the daggers from Macbeth and smears the blood herself on the guards that she herself killed earlier. She has planned Duncan’s murder and completed most of the murderous plans and coverup, except the actual act of killing Duncan. She vividly shows her evil character throughout these scenes. Near the end of the play in Act 5 is when Lady Macbeth’s evilness takes over her mentality.
One of the sinners begins to “bark and growl like a dog” throughout the “mad seizure of her misery” (30.20-21). Dante’s elaborate description of the sinners suffering leads the reader to feelings of pity. Their pity allows them to have an open mind about who the sinners are on the inside. Concl Without the strong diction used here, the reader would not be able to fully comprehend its meaning or what Dante intended the reader to feel. Symbolism and diction work together to facilitate the identification of ideas and thoughts in a novel
Roald Dahl, the author of this short story, wants the reader to realize how one-sided a relationship can be. While Mary was fully faithful and loving to Patrick; the feelings were not mutual. The feeling of betrayal she felt was beyond imaginable and she ended up going to violence for the answer. She was afraid, angry, shocked, sorrowful, and full of hatred. There may not have been an officially stated reason that she killed him, but in my mind I believe she killed him out of the act of fright and love.
Macbeth absent, completing king duties, arrives back to check on her and plans to tell her of his future plans of murder. In a normal state, Lady Macbeth would agree to this plan but her mental breakdown changes her. She originally strived for his ambition and to use his power, but killing so many people have made her feel uneasy. She filled herself with this guilt which brought forward her greatest fear,
Hamlet has come to see his mother, Queen Gertrude, and ends up stabbing Lord Polonius, which ultimately leads to his death. Lord Polonius’ final words include “O, I am slain!” Even though this provides a slight amount of comic relief to the reader, it has a reverse effect on Ophelia’s mental state. Her father’s death seems to be the potent punch in this fight because she officially goes mad after this final event. This is apparent in Scene IV Act I, when Laertes has come back to visit his sister and check on her well being. He is disappointed to see that Ophelia is displaying irrational behavior when she begins to sing “They bore him barefac’d on the bier; Hey non nonny, nonny, hey nonny; And on his grave rains many a tear.” She is so mentally ill that she must be locked in a padded room during the day.
Being the legitimate symbol of the scarlet letter herself, Pearl’s biggest symbolic representation is Hester’s sin. The scarlet letter was evil, hence Pearl was also perceived as evil. The Scarlet Letter, after thorough examination, is filled with hidden symbols. This creates a sense of mystery and encourages the reader to think more about what they are reading. Throughout the novel the scarlet letter, nature, and Pearl all continue to play a huge role in symbolism.
Also, Susie consistently refers to him as “Mr. Harvey” for the entirety of the story – this is ironic as he does not deserve the title, nor the respect of being referred to in that way. Alice Sebold uses the symbolism, irony, and foreshadowing techniques throughout The Lovely Bones to successfully explore the complex themes of violence, grief, and mortality in a novel which ultimately causes the reader to feel empathetic towards Susie and her family, creating a captivating and thought-provoking story which shows the true nature of such a violent crime and the aftermath that it