However, Claudio continues through the alliteration of “Sweet sister, let me live.” This causes Isabella to feel disappoints towards her brother as she would expect him to be better, “you are not the son of my father”, Isabella says this as she begins to express the feeling that Claudio does not deserve to be live. Since, the only opportunity for him to live was to dishonour herself. Therefore, Isabella strongly believe that it would better for Claudio to die that way she is can still pure and her future career would not be ruin. This is when Isabella selfishness comes into
Even though he was not on the best path, they still support him and be on his side because they believe that he can change. Diaz believes that her brother doesn’t deserve her family support, but family supports each other at any moment in the life. For instance, Diaz state “my phone, come Deshacer a tus padres/Jesus told me to, and Mon Frere”(34-35). The parents still believe that the brother can be different, but Diaz thinks that the brother just wants to separate her family. The family was getting affect by the bother, but they still are there for him.
Later when he finds out what she was doing he makes sure people keep it on the down low before rumors start spreading. He doesn't want to ruin his reputation so he says " I am certain there be no element of witchcraft here." Even though he knows that he's lying to protect his name and his position. By using the rhetoric logos, Reverend Parris is able to persuade the audience by using reason. Paris tells the town people that he is sure it's not witchcraft which has made his daughter sick.
However, Wes is still reluctant to have Marie as a Native American gain justice. Wesley would like to do nothing but on the other hand his wife Gail is loyal to Maire and wants justice. Marie’s sickness is sort of a blessing in disguise when it comes down to it, if she had not been sick, then frank would have not be caught. Therefore even though Marie lacks power she was able to help other Native American girls in the future because they will no longer have to face Frank as a doctor. Another example of attitude towards Native Americans is Frank Hayden’s.
She even admits that she may end up dead, but that it won’t affect her love and trust in Othello. Even up until she dies, Desdemona believes in her husband, referring to him as “my kind lord” and refusing to blame him for her death. While her death can’t be blamed directly on her confidence, if Desdemona had been more doubtful towards Othello, she may have been able to escape before he killed
“Blood is blood” pg 159 In other words Family is Family and she needs to respect that She can 't choose who her family is but she needs to love and respect them no matter what, even if her family doesn 't respect her The character of jason is used to clear up some confusing plot points because he tells everything very simply An example of this is when he very clearly says benjy was castrated Jason 's thinking is very literal Caddy is responsible for getting him money and he doesn 't really care where it comes from. Caddy sends money for quintin but jason is in charge of quintin so the money should therefore go to him "never to keep a scrap of paper bearing a woman 's hand," He goes about doing this by cashing the check and therefore getting rid of her handwriting and name
The appeal will help convince Ismene because no one wants to be called a traitor because it has a negative connotation. Also no one wants to let down there family. The combination of both of these bad things will create a sense of guilt inside Ismine making her feel persuaded to help out Antigone. Also while trying to persuade Ismene Antigone tries to emphasize the harsh reality to Ismine hoping that she will then change her mind. She does this by quoting Creon when he says, “No one shall bury him.
Nora cryptically took out a bank credit. In doing as such, she conflicted with her significant other on the grounds that she knew he was against advances. In spite of the fact that, Nora went against her better half her demonstration is seen as a caring one since it was done with a specific end goal to spare her spouses life. Nora 's activity demonstrates that she is minding and can do things all alone. The disclosure of Nora 's mystery is her initial step to self revelation.
From the narration, David’s toxicity is exposed through his acknowledgment of the wrongs in his actions, yet he decides to ignore it. Coetzee exposes the society’s views on David’s actions through the reactions of his wife, colleagues, and society. The primary concern of David’s wife and his colleagues after the exposure of his sexual harassment was whether it was worth it for him to risk everything and for him to just apologize to maintain his job. From this scene, there is a clear comparison between today’s society and the book’s. Based on the “#Me Too” movement, it is observed that these actions cannot be erased from society by acknowledgment and a meaningless apology.
This however offers its own ethical question, the loss of life of a mother was impermissible because we could stop it, but if that is true, then how is palliative care ethical? At the point when nurses acknowledge Do Not Resuscitate orders, when they withdraw care in the case of a patient, who asks us to stop delaying the inevitable, how is that more ethical than refusing the pregnant patient a