When Ophelia returns all his letters and gifts he tells her that he has never loved her and that she should “get thyself to a nunnery.” This is one example how his mood changes throughout the play. Then after all this her father, Polinous, is murdered by Hamlet. The Hamlet is sent away to England All of these actions result in her feeling such stress that she becomes insane in the end.
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In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Ophelia’s love for Hamlet ultimately leads to her madness. In order for Ophelia to build her relationship with Hamlet, she must go against her father’s orders considering he strictly prohibited her from seeing him. Hamlet then breaks up with Ophelia saying, “I did love you once,” and then tells her to go “to a nunnery,” causing Ophelia to feel a great amount of betrayal. Ophelia is already heartbroken, and now Hamlet murders her father which was too much for her to handle.
Gender stereotypes set different standards for men and women. Vertigo, created in 1958 portrayed many different aspects of gender roles. In the beginning of the film we are introduced to “Scottie” who is a well respected detective but suffers from acrophobia and has a vertigo. He is very optimistic and wants the perfect woman in his life, he lives with “Midge” who is a creative artists and designs bras. Midge is a very sophisticated and a fine woman who is also Scotties ex fiancé.
The death of the Wicked Witch of the East made her a national hero of the Munchkins. Baum characterizes Dorothy as a strong female character. She displays perseverance and independence in order to reach her goal, to go back to Kansas. Considering her young age, it is expected from her to feel disoriented and vulnerable, however she finds solutions to her problems and carries them through. At the start of the journey she travels alone with no guidance from a ‘strong’ male character, making her only companion is her dog Toto.
The context that Psycho takes place in, is that when Norman was a young boy, his mother began to date another man after his father died. The complex that Norman possessed caused him experience feelings of rage and jealousy towards his mother’s partner; in turn, these emotions provoked Norman to take drastic measures by killing his mother and her partner in order to relieve himself of these emotions. Hitchcock’s movie, Psycho, depicts Norman Bates infected with multiple personality disorder, evidenced by him attempting to live the life of himself, and his mother. Consequentially of his complex, Norman additionally projects his feelings of jealousy onto his deceased mother. Norman is able to project his emotions onto his mother because of the facade, that he created, of his own mother being alive, due to regression.
That’s nice,’ and he stroked harder … She jerked sideways, and Lennie’s fingers closed on her hair and hung on... And then she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck… For a second he was bewildered. And then he whispered in fright, ‘I done a bad thing’”
The room was filled with Bluebeard’s dead ex-wives. In her case, she did find out that her husband was crazy but she also took the chance that Bluebeard wouldn’t have given her so long to say her prayers and just killed her once he got home. To put it in simplest terms, curiosity killed the cat, but satisfaction brought him back. (Eugene O’Neil, Famous Quotes, 2011). Even though, Bluebeard’s wife opened the little closet door and risked the chance of her husband finding out, she came out happier than ever.
The Crucible- Persecution Essay During the play The Crucible persecution happens as a result of vengeance. For example, in the play one of the characters Abigail Williams does everything she can to get revenge on Goody Proctor, Mr. Proctor’s wife. She accuses Goody Proctor of using a poppet (a doll) to do voodoo on her. Abigail was next to Mr. Proctors daughter Mary Warren when she was making the poppet, and she saw Mary stick a needle in the doll for safe keeping.
A couple weeks before graduation, Margo convinces Quentin, a boy she has not spoken to in nine years, to embark on a revenge plot against all of the people who have wronged her. During the journey, John Green, the author, shows the readers Margo’s broken interior that has been stomped on by her ex-boyfriend and so-called friends.
Hayes and Komisarjevsky went to Dr. William and Jennifer Petit’s house. They tried to kill William, masterbated on their daughter, planned to raped the wife, ask for 15000$ in cash and accidentally forget untied their daughter before lighting the braze. However, Hayes was regret, he tried to commit suicide. For Komisarjevsky, he got raped so many times until he couldn’t count when he was young. Sam Harris even putted himself in Komisarjevsky’s position, if he got treated same as Komisarjevsky.
“If I made Cinderella, the audience would immediately be looking for a body in the coach.(Hitchcock).” An Auteur has full control over the movie and puts some of themselves into each movie they make. Francois Truffaut and Alfred Hitchcock were masters of this. Truffaut with his 400 Blows and Hitchcock with his Psycho. There is one very famous scene in 400 Blows that Truffaut made that was very different for his time.
Suspense is a difficult art to master--that certain balance between nervousness and excitement is achieved by so few. Nonetheless, Alfred Hitchcock has the magic touch when it comes to keeping viewers on the edge of their seats. Fifty percent of the time, when an audience is taken over by suspense, its thanks to one of his original films--the other fifty percent is only just watching Hitchcock's tactics re-stitched into modern movies. His film North by Northwest is a prime example of Hitchcock's intelligence and experience in this form of art, being "regarded by many as the very quintessence of a Hitchcock film," critically acclaimed reviewer for Films de France, James Travers, notes (par. 1). Through critical elements of the mis en scene,
Before Hitchcock’s film Psycho in 1960, many individuals watched the movies from beginning to end as if it were non important. Alfred Hitchcock grabbed the the audiences minds and created suspense, anxiety, horror, and leaving the viewers at the edge of their seats wanting more. Because of this newfound view of films, Alfred Hitchcock’s ideas inspired some of the scariest movies known today which you may know as The Exorcist, Halloween, The Shining, and more.