Another reason Lennie should not have been killed for what he did was because Lennie doesn't know his own strength. George should not have killed Lennie because he should of taught him that he is stronger, when the first accident happened in Weed. George should have taught Lennie how to control himself when he was little.
Had Claudio persevered in trusting his friend whom he loved, he never would have allowed himself to be duped by Don John. Of course, Claudio allows himself to be duped a second time as well, this time allowing himself to believe that Hero has been unfaithful. Again, had he allowed himself to trust his instinctual beliefs about Hero 's modesty and virtue and to question Don John 's character, he never would have allowed himself to be duped this second time, showing us just how important trust is in relationships. We see Shakespeare show us how important forgiveness is in relationships when we see Hero forgive Claudio for his atrocious behavior. Instead, she allows herself to be born anew through forgiveness and proceed with the wedding.
The conclusion of the book is Sensei turning into K. He starts to bury his sorrows in his books and restrict his emotions, even though that is what killed K. Sensei has everything K wanted, Shizu and the restrictions of being a monk. However, Sensei never wanted to be a monk, he only wanted Shizu, but he cannot have her. Sensei refuses to tell Shizu about his guilt, because he does not want her to become impure like him. A combination of his parents dying, his uncle taking advantage of him, betraying K, and causing his death made Sensei lose his innocence and he does not want Shizu to lose hers though second hand guilt.
For example, the fisherman “saw the fishing boat making in the direction of home after hearing a sporadic distant gunfire” (Hall). This explains that the fisherman ignores the signal of returning home because he does not want his expectations to be a waste on Christmas day. However, not only did he fail to see the signal of the atmosphere but the sudden change of the tide which cause him to “felt the deep vacuity of disbelief” (Hall). The fisherman know immediately that his flawless day is ruined and he cannot recover from an unexpected moment. Because of that, the fisherman did not give his son and nephew an experience as promise on Christmas
Should the narrator forgive himself for his failure to save K.? Yes, the narrator should forgive himself for many reasons. The narrator of “The Seventh Man” is going through something called survivor guilt. Survivor guilt is a feeling of guilt most common to soldiers who had lost someone close.
When Bob made that promise, the old man expected his to follow through and keep his end of the bargain. In reality, Bob never intended to keep his promise to the old man. His intentions are wrong because promises made to people should be kept regardless of if you know them very well or not. The actions of one person can have a huge effect on another. It is possible because Bob cheated the aged retired man, the elderly man will stop helping other like he usually does.
Sometimes the characters accepted the fate because it was important to them or they just believed that it was the right thing to do. Creon’s tried to fight his fate. His fate was that everything he cherished and had pride in him was all taken away. Even though he tried to change his way of thinking, he still had no control over his fate.
This means that letting the kidnaper go means that you may not be able to see your child again and such thought is dreaded by any parents. On the other hand, it also means that you choose not to save two other innocent lives. One can question the morality of this decision because if you had watched your son carefully, the kidnapper would have never had the opportunity to get him and the pedestrians would have never been involved. Therefore, you are morally obligated to save the pedestrians who are in a sense mere victims of your inattention. Moreover, you will have to live with this burden the rest of your
Nick should have just not involved himself in the "politics" and lives of the people of West Egg as he was not one of them and he stood for everything they didn't, he stood for the right. But his judgement and morals were clouded by his association with this group of people. He witnessed 2 affairs occurring by both a husband and wife that were married to each other he knew this would only end in tragedy but he stuck around getting hurt in the process also. Nick enabled Gatsby and Daisy's relationship, he made it possible for them to be together, and if he didn't do that there would have been less heartbreak and death. The situation at the end was extremely complex and there wasn't much Nick could do without betraying Gatsby or Daisy.
Dally A rock-hard hood who never backs down from any challenge. Dally is a character in the book “Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton. The Outsiders is a book where a ragtag group of greasers band together and overcome victories, tragedies, and above all, build an even stronger bond of brotherhood. This story begins in the town of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Ponyboy(our main character) is walking home from the movies and gets ambushed by a large group of Socs(Sociables-the “popular/rich” clique).
Why to Forgive A tragic loss is one to never be expected. The thought “What if” travels through the mind of the survivor. But can’t help feel guilty for the victim. What if the survivor had done something different?