After Mitzi reports that she believes Miss Blacklock is the murderer, the other characters seemingly brush her off as they do very frequently. It is in this chapter that the reader finally discovers that maybe Mitzi was on to something. After Mitzi’s outburst, Miss Blacklock joins her in the kitchen, confronts her, and Christie writes “Only I know that you’re telling the truth for once,” said Miss Blacklock viciously.” After this exchange of words, Miss Blacklock attempts to kill Mitzi. (Christie 265). In the line mentioned, Christie made it important to create the vicious tone.
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.
Some people may say Lizzie iwas a wonderful woman. But was she really? For example, researchers make sense when they say Lizzie was to sweet of a woman to do such a thing,but she was actually a little crazy.In fact, she tried to by poison to kill her parents(Allard,2013). This shows that the people who think Lizzie is not crazy are wrong.In addition, despite the validity of investigators when they claim that Bridget Sullivan committing the crime,they miss the mark when it comes to the truth because all of the evidence points to Lizzie. As a matter of fact, Lizzie burned a dress with ' 'paint ' ' on it after the murders(Burning That Dress, 1893).
Death the character is personified and is also the narrator, but actual death is show in the concept that all the character’s have of him. From the beginning Death is given the form of a person. Although he cannot be seen by those he is near, he is forever longing to speak or connect with them. Death demonstrates that by saying: “I waved. No one waved back” (P. 24).
Through the use of diction, Meursault perceives life is meaningless, which leads him to have the absence of strong bonding with acquaintance around him. He indicates that he lacks empathy from personal and social level. Meursault is a simple man who lives his life in a stickler type and changes annoy him. As the novel introduces Meursault mother being dead, he shows lack of concern and a burden to visit his mother for the last time. “Maman died today...I don’t know … everything will have a more official feel” (Camus 3).
Medea was a priestess which made her familiar with the concept of sacrifice. At the point of time when she killed her children, she was not a mother but solely a priestess. This portrays Euripedes’ belief that victims who are betrayed turn against their tormentor and everything related to their tormentor. Even though Medea wins over Jason by filling it with pain and sorrow, she does lose a lot. The phrase “Medea why lie down with death?” shows Medea’s desire to exchange her marriage bed with a death bed due to the intense pain she went through.
It was about the Kitty Genovese case when she was attacked outside of her apartment and her neighbors heard her and didn’t do anything; they ignored her cries. Our short story unit was about conflict, characterization and plot elements including the theme. Empathy can create a stronger and more just society because people would understand the things that people are going through or gone through. The Nazis didn't have any empathy for the people that they killed and how they destroyed their families. The first assignment
Following Maman’s death, Mersualt expresses very different emotions. Unlike normal people when someone they love dies, Mersault does not seem depressed nor does he grieve after his mother’s passing. During Maman’s funeral, Mersault does not shed a tear, and he rather focuses on the physical appearance of the room in which they are in. During the procession Mersault explains, “There wasn’t a shadow anywhere in front of me, and every object, every angle and curve stood out so sharply it made my eyes hurt” (Camus 9). Mersault is more affected by the physical aspects of the room
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.
Her death was driven by guilt, as the blood in every other scenario resulted in staining. Each time blood is mentioned, it represents Lady Macbeth and Macbeths further mental change of state. In which their sense of life is substitute by insanity. In summary, the use of the blood and staining motif purposefully emphasized the high intensity that was present in the play. It contradicted any moral sense that Macbeth had and painted a clear image Macbeth’s true nature.
While in the room I gave the blood draw specimen box to RN Anglea Wynn. She opened the box and removed the contents. I removed the right cuff from Mr. Defalco’s arm so blood could be taken. She used the betadine in the box to clean the area where the blood would be taken. At 4:29 a.m. blood was drawn, RN Wynn placed the blood in the tubes provided in the box.
Death is one of the most discussed topic that has always risen a lot of doubt and concerns . Many philosophers and writers, through the centuries, have tried to find a definition or a reason for this mysterious and inevitable event. Analyzing Plato’s Apology, he seemed to have a positive view about death. He claimed that death is a “state of nothingness and utter unconsciousness”; in fact he compared death with the act of sleeping. But since death is more deep and irreversible, humans cannot be bothering by dreams or thought while they’re died as could happen while they’re sleeping.
In the CPR unit, I learned that CPR can save one’s life by following the exact steps. First, one has to shout to the other if he/she is okay. If they do not get a signal back, they have to call 911 as soon as possible and direct someone to get the AED or the automated external defibrillator which checks the heart rate and sends electrical shocks to the heart in order to try restore the heart rate. Before the ambulance and the AED arrives, one has to take off any clothes that are blocking the chest area. For women, the undergarment has to be taken off as well in order to have an effective CPR.
He accused the citizens of Salem of putting spells on Ruth which resulted in her being “sick”. In conclusion revenge played a major part in the deaths of citizens from Salem. These revenge seekers in “The Crucible” were driven by jealousy and wanted closure to feel better about themselves. The people who were accused of witchcraft were victims of revenge and deceit. In addition revenge is something that will always be around because of greedy, vicious people.
To begin, it was very frustrating to have the ending of the novel slapped into the beginning and middle of the story at seemingly random moments. There was no suspense built in the novel, Zusak demolished that when he writes to the reader, through Death, exactly how the book, or this specific character’s life, is going to end. Near the end of the book, just after Liesel has had a relatively normal day Death begins a chapter, titled “The End of the World (Part I)” that describes the immediate events after Himmel Street was bombed. These pieces of writing disrupt the flow of the novel in a startling tone. Death’s lack of suspense while narrating The Book Thief is incredibly unfortunate for the impactful novel.