Here, again, her human and flawed side is shown by Euripides. Unlike that of Euripies, Seneca’s Medea is sent exile without her children and he presents her murder of children as the pure brutality to satisfy and strenghten her vengeance. Medea has that idea of killing her children when Jason refuses to allow her to take children with her and thus she realizes how much Jason loves them. So she thinks that his great love for his children can bring him great pain with their
Later, he started to write nonfiction novels in which he combined fact and fiction. In Cold Blood, which describes the mysterious murder of four members of a Kansas family, The Clutters, was the most known and best seller nonfiction novel. At the beginning, it started out as an article for The New Yorker, then it was published in January 1966 in book form. In order to write this masterpiece, Capote carries out a lot of research to find out detailed information about the murder. He also takes materials from official records, and he interviews citizens, friends, and family of the Clutters and the investigators working to solve the crime.
Although Capote describes the Clutters as a symbolic representation of a perfect family, his importance is to show the difference of lifestyles from Perry coming from broken homes to the Clutters home therefore; he contends family life is a key determinant that can affect a person, later in life. Capote uses an anecdote to help his readers formulate where Perry came from and how he became abnormal. After Perry made an “admission he hated to make” of himself and Dick having to be crazy, after killing a perfect family, Capote says: “His mother an alcoholic, had strangled to death on her own vomit. Of her children two sons and two daughters, only the young girl, Barbara, had entered ordinary life, married, begun raising a family. Fern the other daughter, jumped out the window of a San Francisco hotel.
But it was not a part without any challenges. From the actors trying to bring out their dark side, showing such an endless case of emotions and feelings in their body language to their interpretation of the play and language Shakespeare used during his era. The challenges seem to keep growing over the years and are an enormous tasks that could make any actor capable a star. Roberson whom set records with reviews and continuous performances that spanned both London and Broadway in New York, to IRA becoming the first African American to play the role. To the first actor to play the role of Othello, Richard whom played almost all of Shakespeare celebrated roles, set the expectations for the part to a level that many could not reach.
From this context in the story, you as the reader can conclude that she probably doesn’t have many friends to keep her company. The fact that she was raped by her own father and still tried to protect him is very disturbing. From this you can infer that she is a weak human being with no social standard for herself. She even blames the crime on an innocent
Sociopaths, often described as having antisocial personality disorder, are not born with their traits but their experiences they go through make them the way they are. Perry Smith has many examples of how his upbringing has made him the way he is. Perry’s life was filled with violence and neglect. Perry had a seemingly happy life until his dad started to beat his mother and she turned to drunkenness and promiscuity. Finally perry’s parents split, which can also to lead to problems in children's lives, he travels with his mother and siblings to san Francisco where he constantly gets in trouble to which he blames it on having, “no rule or discipline, or anyone to show me right from wrong" (54).
While analyzing “The Torture Myth” and “The Case for Torture”, it is very clear to see the type of rhetorical appeals used to persuade the audience. Anne Applebaum, the writer of “The Torture Myth” --in context of the decision of electing a new Attorney General--would argue that torture is very seldomly effective, violates a person’s rights, and should be outlawed due to the irrational need upon which physical torture is used. On the other hand, Michael Levin strongly argues that physical torture is crucial to solving every imminent danger to civilians. Levin claims that if you don’t physically torture someone, you are being weak and want to allow innocent people to die over something that could have been simply done. Physical torture is pressuring
Julia dedicated her life and safety to destroying the Party; “She seemed to think it just as natural that ‘they’ should want to rob you of your pleasures as that you should want to avoid being caught. She hated the Party, and said so in the crudest words, but she made no general criticism of it.” (Orwell 165). This goes to show that because Julia was raised in this totalitarian society, she had had a grudge against the party so much so that she wanted to destroy them. Julia cared so much about the death of the party that she would seduce men in a way that would make them suicidal afterwards. Julia was not thinking about the consequences when she was sleeping with the men.
She later went on to describe her feelings about the event as nonexistent, as she felt she was morally justified in her actions. Later torture ensued of varying victims, and the violence only increased as the nights went on. Charles Manson, as despicable and reprehensible as he may be, knew how to appeal to people 's insecurities, particularly in those displaying anti-social behavioural patterns, clearly demonstrating how a cultist mindset can drive those of normally sound mind, to
She has an inferiority complex and loath herself. However being the masochist that she is, she takes pleasure from being insulted by her sister who is acting as the Mistress(When Claire was insulting her, She replied “I’m starting. I’m starting to fly” Because those insults would heighten the fantasy of revenge for the mistress to be even sweeter. However in real life, her sadistic nature was curb as she could not kill the mistress just as they planned. When all of their plan failed (to poison the mistress) She escapes her reality by imagining herself as a great criminal, because by being a criminal she can be free from servitude.
Even after murdering Patrick, she would still love him somewhat and regret killing him immediately if she was normal. Even after being told terrible news, she shouldn’t consider murder as a proper reaction. If it wasn’t for her unborn baby, she would’ve accepted being jailed or even worse, executed. “She knew quite well what the penalty would be. That was fine.