The theme of Family Feuds is also present in West side story between two rival gangs, the Jets and the Sharks. Tony, a member of the Jets, and Maria, a member of the Sharks, both fall for the other, but can 't be together because of their affiliation with the rival gangs. The leaders of each gang end up killing each other, inciting more hate and bloodlust between the two sides, much like when Mercutio and Tybalt kill each other, strengthening the wedge growing between Romeo and Juliet being driven by their parents hate. However, much of the pain found in both stories would not have been spawned if not for the impulsivity between the
Ophelia and Hamlet were in love which in turn made it burdensome for her to forgive him for killing her father. Similarly to Hamlet, Ophelia went “mad” when her father was killed. Specifically, Gertrude said, “Her clothes spread wide, And, mermaid-like awhile they bore her up, Which time she chanted snatches of old lauds, As one incapable of her own distress Or like a creature native and endued Unto that element” (Hamlet 4.7.172-175). Ophelia had to be bored up because she couldn’t handle the distress that she was feeling. Ophelia’s madness was easily seen with her actions and appearance.
He also writes that the houses have an ancient grudge, meaning that they have been fighting for a long time. Tybalt is a prime example of the conflict between the houses. Tybalt is a violent zealot for the Capulet house with a lot of pride in his name. When Benvolio, Romeo’s Cousin is trying to stop a fight between servants of the two houses, He asks Tybalt for assistance. Instead, Tybalt says to him, “As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee,” and attacks him (1.1.66).
Shylock who’s a Jew has an anger to Antonio for he spitting his face at the contrary of Jews and he also is a well-known moneylender and has a young daughter named Jessica who fell in love to Lorenzo, one of Antonio and Bassanio’s friend. Jessica whose Shylock 's daughter and also a Jew, she was run away with the man he loves, Lorenzo and also took all of Shylock’s money with him. Lorenzo is a Christian and Jessica wants him so much that she is willing to convert as a Christian and marry him. Jessica leaves her father Shylock alone and lonely because of that. It was made him very mad and feel more anger to Christians especially to Antonio and his friends and he seeks for revenge.
Has a vision of treating me in cruel way Can love a stranger before she loves someone she knows due to her illusion of life and lies Stanley's act of rape is extreme anger toward Blanche, tries to show superiority Stanley is crude and ignorant beastality "wouldn't be bad to — interfere with." "swilling down my liquor" "his car, his radio, everything that is his, that bears his emblem of the gaudy seed-bearer." Blanche has lived in his house, has eaten his food, and has drunk his liquor, but she is definitely not his; in fact, she is openly antagonistic toward him. Scene 11: Stanley is now winning unlike scene
Overall, the author of this story clearly shows and hints towards Skidmore being guilty of killing his older brother. The author does this by building up different persepctives throughout the story that show how Skidmore is. In all seriousness we can basically conlude that Skidmore di infact kill his brother, and he did it because of jealously. He also did it because he despised his brother for chewing bubble gum. And lastly he killed him with a pretzel, cause it can be assumed that Skidmore wanted everything that his brother
She is the one to blame for Duncan 's death as portrayed by her guilty, ironic words spoken while sleepwalking, and causes her husband 's downfall since she taunts his manliness using rhetorical questions thus making him kill Duncan but also causing him to continuously try and convince her of his manliness. She did not know of the other murder plans, but is still to blame since she is the one who causes Macbeth to continuously kill in order to prove himself to her. Although the play is fast paced and the series of events that lead to Duncan 's death and Macbeth 's downfall happen quickly, we see the tremendous effect of Lady Macbeth on her husband. She is the one who convinced him to kill in order to become king. In one of her most famous speeches she asks the spirits to “fill” her “from the crown to the toe topful”(Act 1, Scene 5, Line 40); this foreshadows that she will use her sexual relationship with Macbeth to coerce him to become king by killing Duncan.
Friar Lawrence responded with “Have you given up so quickly on Rosaline, whom you loved so much? Then young men love with their eyes, not with their hearts. Jesus and Mary, how many tears did you cry for Rosaline?”(Shakespeare). Not only was Romeo impulsive because he fell in love and married Juliet just days after being in love with another girl, he became a murderer in the process. Another reason Romeo was impulsive is because he murdered two people.
Myrtle is ale to u married woman. By being with Tom, she too was committing an act of infidelity against her husband Wilson. On top of all this, at the end of the novel readers discover that Jordan has a fiance. Gatsby encourages this deceptive behaviour in Daisy because he wants things with her to be the way they were 5 years ago. Tom is unfaithful to Daisy due to his selfishness.
When David and Peggotty return, however, his mother and Mr. Murdstone have been married, and their former life disappears forever. Mr. Murdstone is a very controlling man who forces the principle of solidity on David and her mother Clara with the help of his sister, Miss Murdstone. David hates Mr. Murdstone because he married to his mother and always scolds him when he ignores his sayings and this time Mr. Murdstone was very cruel after David bites him while he was being beaten and after all this Mr. Murdstone decides to