Let her die before his eyes,” Creon threatens Haimon to kill Antigone, “Here, this instant, with her bridegroom before her!” (Sophocles Scene 3, 137-39). During this quarrel, Haimon stays calm while on the other hand, Creon angrily disputes with him due to his arrogance. Additionally, Creon argues that an adolescence, like his son, does not have as much experience as an adult, like himself. Not aware of his power, Creon only sees this as discipline towards his son, as some parents would do. Without his excessive pride and arrogance, Haimon would have considered changing his mind.
Huh!” To start, Macon Jr., also known as Milkman, still being breastfeed at four years old is entirely eerie, granted a normal time frame to breastfeed is six months. Without knowing it, the nickname of Milkman became embedded into Macon Jr’s life. The literal implication of “Milkman” is a person who delivers milk to peoples houses. However, in this sense, Milkman is nicknamed based off of an experience is did not know was happening. Due to his demeanor, Freddie sexualizes the act he saw and portrays this to the rest of the community.
Milkman depends on his mother and sisters to solve his troubles or to dig him out of a situation while his mother and his friend Guitar depend on him for mental support. Being the “Milkman” is shown in his character through his tendencies to be concerned about the events that are taking place around him, but he never takes action to fix it for himself. He stays in his own business and does his own thing instead of actively trying to make everything
Gaston would be able to prevent conflicts and manipulate the guests into staying calm. It will also be interesting to see the violent acts that the villains plan together at the dinner party, under the leadership of Gaston. Despite his handsome facade, Gaston’s speech
Milkman does not love Hagar, he is just using her until he finally leaves her causing her to go crazy. This part is almost an exact replica of what happens in part II. In part II, as Milkman learns about his great grandfather Solomon, Milkman learns that Solomon had a wife, Ryna, and when Solomon left her and also his children, she was heartbroken and went
He gets romantically and sexually involved with Hagar but as soon as he’s tired of her and wants to break up he starts to avoid her. He doesn’t realize the damage he caused her and he doesn’t truly care because there is the reoccurring theme of misogyny. He ignored her feelings and although she said she didn’t love him, part of her caved into the affection she had for him and in the end it was the literal death of her. Milkman travels down south to start his legacy and find himself, while in the midst of the south he over hears children singing. They sing about flying and taking off and milkman connects it to his childhood burning in the fire of the light.
Creon has disrupted the feeling of trust by misplacing fear in the hearts of the sentry because he wanted his edict to be all-powerful. Furthermore, in addition to turning compatriots onto allies, power also creates an unquenchable lust for itself and drives the owner mad with paranoia, trying to protect their power. When he was threatened by the daughter of the previous ruler to be dethroned, he immediately strives to install a new law, he knew she could not abide so that he would be left without competition. The fabricated mandate by Creon was, “...Polyneices… is to have no burial…”( scene I lines 43-44). When he made
The murder of Maddon Moose was intentional. Cecil wanted to hurt Maddon because of the bullying that Maddon has put him through. Cecil had a horrible childhood. “His mother and father had split up while he was still a baby and he’d been brought up in a series of foster homes.” (Garner 3) Maddon made his life into a complete and utter nightmare as Cecil “was bait for all of Maddon’s cruel practical jokes.” (Garner 1) The practical jokes quickly escalated, Maddon was making the boy feel worthless and insecure. Soon, Cecil was concerned that Maddon would really hurt him.
Macon Jr. does do so much as greet the woman, implying that he already knows what she wants and they do not share a good history. Macon Jr. wasted no time in getting to the key reason why she came over to his office by asking “you got something for me?” (23). This is the first context the reader receives of their situation, and clearly depicts what drives their conversation: money. Instead of answering Macon’s question, Mrs. Bains describes her situation regarding her “relief check”. This is the first excuse that the reader hears from Mrs. Bains.
How come people of higher class have supremacy? People in the lower classes have always followed the leadership of the higher class. Nancy Farmer’s novel, The House of the Scorpion, is exemplary of this imbalance of power in society. Matt is a clone of the drug lord, El Patrón, who rules a country called Opium. Matt’s purpose as a clone is to keep El Patrón alive by providing him with healthy body parts.