But he is the villian in the end. Agatha Chritie makes us feel like there is no villian at all. Judge Wargrave changes his personalty from the begging to the end. At first he seems nice,then he seems like the percfet hero,but at the need he is an evil person who wanted to kill people who were wrong and accidnet or purposaly killed other pople. The judge says in the book,I have wanted-let me admit it frankly-to commit a murder myslef.”
Kurt Barlow on the other hand is pure evil and the author does a very good job of setting the tone of this. Kurt Barlow knows himself as pure evil and enjoys it when he hangs Stakers dead body upside down so it faces earth “Barlow did it, Mark said. But why like this? Hung upside down? Its as old as Macedonia, Father Callahan said.
During the movie he kills policeman, cannibalizes one (1), disembowels one (1) and removes the skin from the face of another and uses it to cover his own to aid in his escape by exchanging clothing and appearing to be an injured police officer. He can be very deceitful and manipulative it is very apparent that he is dishonest, however he does show a caring as well as a protective side for Starling. His messages at first glance would seem deceitful to the mass, however to the trained eye they become cryptic clues to help catch the killer. He shows no remorse for any of his actions, in fact he is very proud of the things he has done, he commented to Starling he once ate a man’s liver with some fava beans. He is very arrogant as well as opinionated but at the same time can be very charming (Dirks, 1991)
The narrator expressed his adoration for the old man, however, he was so focused on the old man’s evil eye, and he believed that transmitting some kind of condemnation. This caused him to question his own insanity as well as giving him the idea to murder the old man. This quote stated by the narrator summarizes his reason why he murdered the old man, "Made up my mind to take the life of the old man, and thus rid myself
This demeaning quote shows how he feels nothing towards his men that he had to work with for more than a year on a small boat and how he sees nothing but crooks in their eyes. Fletcher Christian, the rebel says,” He doesn 't punish for discipline, he likes to see men crawl.” What he means is that Captain Bligh goes far beyond just discipline when it comes to punishment, he hurts people for the fun of it because he is a sick man. After all the textual evidence shown, Captain Bligh shows that he is a horrible Captain and human being, and that the crew was more than justified to mutiny the Bounty. Using inhumane and cruel ways of discipline, Captain Bligh shows people that at something doesn 't mean you are a good person.
Wich all reveal the effects of guilt. Common sense seems to show that character reveals theme in Cask of the Amontillado through how Montresor gets killed. Poe is very dark, has an ill temper and seems to have joy in killing people but later regrets. “No answer.” This shows that Montresor killed Fortunato.
The humans using machines always results in something bad happening to the machine for example we see Chappie getting into dangerous situations and killing people and with EPICAC he ultimately kills himself. In both texts, the respective author or producers added these messages to prepare us for the future of conscious machines telling us that when they inevitably come, we need to respect them and treat them as humans and forget about the prejudice from the past or things much worse than in the story could
However, as Edmond carries out his plan he realizes he is not as he thought he would be. Innocent people (Madame de Villefort and her son) are killed as a result of his actions. He comes to the conclusion that revenge is dangerous and unfulfilling. Ultimately, revenge is dangerous and unfulfilling and can affect innocent people.
Later, Jack and his tribe —recently split from Ralph’s group— kill a sow. Jack then holds out his blood-covered hands and “flicked them” while the rest of the boys “laughed at [Jack’s] reeking palms” (Golding 135). Golding’s motif of laughing at blood is effective in convincing the reader that Jack and his followers treat death like a game —a game where killing is deemed entertaining. As such, this behavior is deemed immoral. Since the boys engage this behavior without a given example, Golding is evidently trying to assure his readers that malevolence is instinctive.
They listened to the orders he was giving them physically harming or killing someone and didn’t even second guess it. It amazes me how one person cans it there and hear the struggle of another person that is being cause by them!!!! And then continue to do such a thing because they are being told to by someone who has “power” over them. That just amazes me and makes me think our minds are so corrupt.
I Think that some of this serial killers are getting caught because some of them drag about what they did and they like the attention from the media as if it is a trophy. I agree with you there are some that are still coming up with ways get away with murdering there was case of the "Zodiac Killer" who was never caught and he would find ways to get away with murder he even wrote letters to the media explaining how much he enjoy killing people and all the satisfaction he was getting from killing.
Hello Toni, Although several characters are mention throughout the story, the main character and focus is Montresor. He is our vile narrator. He only cares about his own point of view, which is brutal, conniving, and vengeful. In my opinion, he is insane because he would kill someone his “friend” for something so minor.
Chaos… the total lack of order… Stephen Vincent Benet and Shirley Jackson show in their respective books; Salem Massachusetts and The Lottery how chaos in society is. We know that Benet’s story talks about the witch trials in the 1691’s and Jackson’s story makes us live a long lasting tradition of a weird lottery that involves killing innocents. In fact, Chaos is a main theme found in both books through the actions, the thoughts and the feelings vehiculed/transmitted by the main characters of each story.
To begin with, I will be characterizing and analyzing the character Zaroff. Zaroff is meticulous and audacious. Additionally, he is meticulous in many different ways, when it comes to how he decorates his house he is especially meticulous. As Connell states, “There was a medieval magnificence about it; it suggested a baronial hall of feudal times with its oaken, panels,its high ceiling, its vast refectory tables. ”(44)
General Macarthur in And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie isn’t as guilty as some of the other characters. General Macarthur’s crime was that he sent a man to war knowing that he was going to die, because he had an affair with Macarthur’s wife. I don’t think that Macarthur was completely innocent, but I don’t think he deserved to die. He was a general, which probably means that he helped the military, and helped protect his country.