Later, when the daemon met the blind man and began speaking with him, Felix came into the room and pulled De Lacey away from the Monster. He became upset and this action was the last straw. The Monster says, “My protectors had departed, and had broken the only link that held me to the wold. For the first time the feelings of revenge and hatred filled my bosom…”(Shelley 99). The death of William, Henry, and Elizabeth were all caused by the cruel demeanor of the world around him to people or things who look different.
In the entirety of the play Macbeth gains power by murdering his enemies and those who suspect him. This also ties into his downfall, if you hear the witches prophecies clearly you might be able to tell that they also predict that happening. Yet Macbeth blinded by power has overlooked this and is only looking to gain more strength and build on what he has already. “Thou hast it now: king, Cawdor, Glamis, all, As the weird women promised, and I fear Thou played’st most foully for ’t.”(act 3, scene 1, pg 1). Banquo’s suspicion evidently leads to his death as Macbeth has him murdered before the banquet.
As George has stated in the story, “I have been careful, and I have been patient, but it's growing worse and worse; flesh and blood can't bear it any longer;--every chance he can get to insult and torment me,” this could still apply to those people of hatred. Those people have hate and jealousy just there is in the
William Wilson meets his tragic end when Poe writes, ”In a large mirror I saw my own image, dabbled in blood...it was Wilson who stood before me in an agony of death.” It is revealed at the end that there was only one William Wilson. The second William Wilson was a reflection of the first one conscience. The real William Wilson gets so fed up with his concise that the only to get rid of it was by stabbing himself in the chest. On the contrary, the narrator confesses to his unscrupulous deed.”I admit the deed!” (Poe 516). The only reason the narrator confess was to get eliminate the buzzing he heard.
In the end, Antigone wasn’t the only one that Fate affected. It also affected Creon by killing off his family and making him be all alone. Tiresias even warned Creon by stating “you have no business with the dead…. dark destroyers late but true to the mark, now lie in wait for you, the Furies sent by the gods and the god of death to strike you down with the pains you perfected” (115) When Creon accepts his Fate and attempts to avoid it, Antigone, Haemon and Eurydice have already committed suicide. His refusal to listen brought about his Fate to be alone.
To me the hole moral of the story is that during the trials people used this as an opportunity to get what they want like Abigail was John Proctor,Putnam was land,Judge Danforth just liked to see people hang Indignant. because he didn 't like or care about anything. Judge Danforth also makes it clear that anyone other than the girls is Unintelligible because the girls were the Plaintiff was he played
In William Shakespeare's tragedy, Othello, Shakespeare uses the adjective “honest” several times throughout the tragedy to create a sense of irony using the antagonist, Iago, who is constantly dishonest and deceitful to everyone despite claiming he is of honest reputation. Iago is perceived as a very honest man whom Othello, the protagonist, trusts. However, it can be repeatedly seen by the audience that Iago is not honest or trustworthy at all. He lies to create issues for Othello out of jealousy and revenge, yet continues to conceal his true nature through boasting that he is honest and playing victim. An example of how Shakespeare uses the word “honest” with irony is when Othello referred to Iago as “Honest Iago”(1.3.290) or when Othello claims “Iago is most honest”(2.3.17).
Strangely enough, even though Courtland has proven his immorality repeatedly, Eddie still has compassion upon him: “I didn 't even like Courtland, he had tried to kill me 一and still I felt tears running down my cheeks” (358). He takes pity on Courtland when he contracts the Mildew, and by flashing the Lincoln, Eddie shows kindness even to those who have deeply hurt him. In the end, it does not matter whether or not Courtland will be prefect or his wealth level because titles and money have its
Collins are villains because of their unjust arrogance. An example of Mayella being villainous is when she finds herself kissing Tom Robinson. She knew that she was white and he was black, and he was considered below her. Yet he was a married man and true to his wife. Further, the jurors didn’t need to pay attention to the facts of the case due to their overpowering self respect.
Usually during the occurrence of a tragedy, a character will take mistaken actions that will result in their demise provided this was cited by Merill. Nick is even concerned for his friend and doesn't believe that Gatsby has a clear definition of love or any human understanding. When Nick says: "He might have despised himself, for he had a certainty taken her under false pretenses ... he had deliberately given Daisy a sense of security; he let her beileve ... that he was able to take care of her" (Hemingway