This absolutely changed his mental state, and was the beginning of a numerous amount of murders. The audience sees a completely changed mental state when he decides to kill Macduff’s family. Finally, Macbeth’s mental state after his wife dies is ruined. He sees no reason to live anymore, and doesn’t care about the life he’s living, which is a strong contrast from the beginning of the play. The influence of outside sources on Macbeth’s character, ultimately led to his mental deterioration, and without them, the tragedy of Macbeth would not have been a tragedy at
The main reason romeo and juliet had such a bad love life, was because they were involved in the family feud. The family’s hate leads to romeo and juliet's tragic fate. In the following quote, the prince supports my statement, “capulet, montague see what scourge is laid upon your hate that heaven finds means to kill your joys with love.” ( act V scene III, lines 191-193). the prince then says that because capulet and montague have been in a feud for practically forever, it caused romeo and juliet’s, and other loved ones
As he kills people throughout the play, his guild worsens to the point where he has become a tyrant. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth commits these murders against their allies so that the could be happy and gain power, but in the end, they had psychologically deteriorated and lost everything they had and once held dear to
Instead these Murderers kill his mother and son. Macbeth’s actions causes Macduff to seek revenge. The Witch’s statement is evident to be true. Macduff and others desire revenge on Macbeth because of his ambition. In the denouement, Macduff, Malcolm, and Siward plan to kill Macbeth.
Introduction The project shines light on the various fears of the thinking man in the twentieth century, after having suffered the greatest blight on the weave of mankind during the twentieth century, the two great wars that saw destruction of all that mankind saw valuable, virtues, morality were forgotten by the belligerents in the name of the greater good, the “good” having different connotation depending the side you took. The war brought out the best and worst of humanity, there were heroes hat were relegated and villains whose contemptuous actions are seen with derision and hopefully with not an equal. Among the heroes were the authors who seeing the scale of death and destruction, feared its return and worked to see that it may never returned, these warriors chose their armaments and waged war against the ignorance of the masses and passed the scepter to the progeny to see that their future be secured. Among these authors were the dystopian writers, Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, and Yevgeny
He learns about his hate for his own self, hate for Victor, and hate for the other people around him. Some say that this trait is the origin of his numerous murders throughout the novel. The author wanted to show that although the characters differ in ways of expression, they actually bond over the same personality traits. The novel “Frankenstein” demonstrates similarities between the creation and the creator, both use different ways of expressing their feelings of isolation, craving for companionship, and the ability to love or hate someone. The monster affects Victors health mentally and physically, both feeling guilt, which prevents both characters from facing the reality of the situation.
Though a naturally gentle being, Frankenstein’s creation gradually transforms into a bitter and vengeful existence that murders his creator’s beloved ones. His transformation into a blood lusting and seemingly remorseless murderer is a tragic instance. However, when the story comes to an end, readers learn of the internal conflicts he goes through. As his creator finally passes away, he expresses his immense suffering to Robert Walton, who has promised Frankenstein to destroy his creation. “You hate me, but your abhorrence cannot equal that with which I regard myself… Blasted as thou wert, my agony was still superior to thine, for the bitter sting of remorse will not cease to rankle in my wounds until death shall close them forever” (Shelley 276).
Macbeth also shows that he is filled with guilt and is suicidal when he says, “I have almost forgot the taste of fears…I have supped full with horrors. Direness, familiar to my slaughterous thoughts, cannot once start me” (5.5.11,15-17). This shows that Macbeth is familiar with his horrible thoughts and that they can’t startle him anymore. He has lost touch with reality and has become numb to his violent thoughts. Another time Macbeth feels guilty is right after murdering Duncan and forgetting to leave the daggers with the servants.
He is afflicted with terrible guilt and insomnia, which weigh him down. Despite feeling guilt over the crime he committed, Macbeth continues to go off the deep end. His paranoia compels him to call for Banquo’s death, and subsequently, his guilt over ordering the death of his loyal subject manifests itself under the guise of Banquo’s ghost, who appears in Macbeth’s place at the banquet. Eventually his guilt fades away and makes way for his increasing madness. He continues with the series of murders, such as the order of the massacre of Macduff’s family, until he himself is finally killed.
In order for this plan to work out, Iago had to kill his wife, Cassio, and Roderigo. Much like Roderigo and Othello, Iago's'jealousy catches up with him and he is tortured to death for the murder of his