Bergeron escapes from jail and ends up on National Television. Bergeron starts to make a scene and yells on national television, “I AM THE EMPEROR!” After all of that he pulls off all of his many handicaps and ask for an Empress, since he interrupted a ballet show he had many to choose from. When he started dancing with his empress, he finds him and his empress getting shot in the head and killed by The handicapper General, Diana Moon Glampers. Vonnegut has Bergeron killed at the end of the story because he wanted to show the hopelessness of inequality.
Mary Todd Lincoln’s description of the tragic assassination is that President Lincoln fell forward in his seat in which he sat beside her. In the booth with President Lincoln is said to have sat the First Lady, Mary Todd Lincoln Major Henry Rathbone, and his fiancee Clara Harris. President Lincoln was not the only person injured at Ford’s earlier tonight. Witness reports from audience members state that Major Rathbone was stabbed by John Wilkes Booth in the attempt to stop him from escaping the Presidential Box and Ford’s Theatre alone. Dr. Charles Leale, a military officer watching the play tonight was seen rushing to the Presidential Box to see the damage that Booth had done in the balcony.
Backing away, proud at his work, he went on home. He had killed the men who took his mother’s life yet impulsive he was and mad crazed that he could no longer stop. Fear quickly spread across the lands of Both mortals and immortals alike.
“[The firemen] turned, their faces like blanched meat, streaming sweat; [Montag] beat their heads, knocking off their helmets and bringing them down on themselves. They fell and lay without moving. ”(Bradbury, 113) By doing so, Montag openly protests against the society that he lives
Assassination of President James A. Garfield President James A. Garfield was the 20th president of the United States of America. He was the president almost immediately following the end of the Civil War. During his life, especially during his presidency, Garfield established many friends as well as foes. President Garfield was unjustifiably assassinated by one of his foes Charles J. Guiteau because Guiteau was mentally unstable, was disappointed about not getting a political office, and was responsible for almost exclusively ending the country’s reunification progress; however, many argue that doctors, rather than Guiteau, killed the president (Britannica 1).
According to the myth, Minos was imprisoning his enemies in the Labyrinth so that the Minotaur could eat them. The labyrinth was such a complicated construction that no one could ever find the way out alive. Son of Minos, Androgeus, went to Athens to participate to the Panathenaic Games, but he was killed during the Marathon by the bull that impregnated his mother Pasiphae. Minos was infuriated, and demanded Aegeus the king of Athens to send seven men and women every year to the Minotaur to advert the plague caused by the death of Androgeus.
“I don’t remember screaming. I don’t even remember breathing,” Burbano told ABC News “I just remember dragging my best friend down”” (Zambelich). This statement from an interview with one of the survivors of the Orlando Pulse shooting perfectly highlights how adrenaline affects the body and how during spats of mass hysteria the body tries its hardest just to survive. This becomes clear throughout history in places such as England during the plague.
Next thing I remember is being evacuated by our lieutenant, and walking away from the burning towers. At 9:59 the South Tower collapsed, we then went into the debris and smoke to save as many injured people as possible. Again, what seems like seconds, the North Tower collapsed and once again we ran into the debris and smoke to save people.
During this scene takes the place of a climactic mental battle between Jekyll and Hyde, with Hyde doing most of the fighting, swearing that he will completely take control of Jekyll. A short mourning scene for Lucy follows this, and then enters Utterson and Carew who narrate to the audience that Jekyll had finally given up his quest to help his father and settled to get married. During the wedding, Jekyll has a last transfiguration into Hyde, in which he grabs and kills Simon Stride, and then threatens to kill Emma. She sings to him and brings out Jekyll. Jekyll finally ends Hyde’s reign of terror by grabbing John’s sword and killing himself with it.
In 1858, Abraham Lincoln lost a U.S. Senate race to Stephen A. Douglas after a series of debates on slavery. In 1859, Lincoln and Douglas delivered speeches on the Ohio Statehouse grounds. Lincoln came to Columbus in support of William Dennison, the Republican candidate for Ohio Governor. In his first Ohio speech, Lincoln spoke to a small crowd of fifty people on the east terrace of the Statehouse.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, you are here because one person in this courtroom decided to take law into her own hands. The defendant, Mrs. Dominique Stephens, murdered the man that she vowed to love. This sole act by the defendant is violation of all morals and her husband’s right to live. Afterwards, she even felt guilty about this violation of justice and called the cops on herself, and she later signed a written statement stating that she is guilty of the murder of Mr. Donovan Stephens. Then the defendant later recanted this statement and said that she only killed Mr. Stephens in self defense.