The Swede drinks whiskey –more fire water- with ice, conveying that the Swede still remains in his personal hell, despite leaving the blue hotel. In the bar resides a deceptive gambler, who Crane describes as a “thieving card-player [but]…so generous, so just, so moral.” He habitually commits the Original Sin, betraying a few of those trust him in order to make profit. After refusing the Swede’s aggressive request for someone to drink with him, the gambler murders the Swede “as if [he] had been a melon”; he completes the Swede’s prediction of his murderous death in the “Wild”
He had the actors to perform a murder scene that he had been told by the ghost as to how his uncle killed his father. When the moment of murder arrives, Claudius got out of the room, implying that he is really guilty, as Hamlet and Horatio have agreed on. Hamlet went to kill his uncle but then didn’t. Claudius, now fearing for his own safety, ordered to send Hamlet to England
For instance, in the movie of the play when Horatio and the others show Hamlet that his father’s ghost has been appearing, and the ghost tells Hamlet to follow him, when Hamlet goes to see what the ghost wanted to tell him. The ghost tells him that Claudius killed him by pouring poison through his ear while he was sleeping one afternoon. The king had a horrible look in his face, looking livid, falling fast to the ground, his eyes wide open, dying in a terrible way, feeling the breeze outside in the cold, taking his last breath. Poison appears since the beginning of the play, showing that poison would have a meaning in the theme of the play. Claudius killed his brother with poison, and at the end of the play Hamlet actually kills him with poison
In The Pardoner’s Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer, there is a very poor old man who says “To find out death, turn up this crooked way / Towards that grove, I left him there today / Under a tree, and there you’ll find him waiting.” (Line 155-157). This is significant to the story because death is a main theme throughout the tale. When the three characters reach the tree they only find gold. However this is still considered as death. Death is one of life’s most evil things.
The duo kill Brett, find the suitcase and are about to leave until a man hiding inside the bathroom attempts to kill the two. Though at point blank range, the man misses all 6 shots and the pair quickly neutralize him. Jules thinks it is a sign of god that he should stop living 'the life ' (The job of being a professional killer) and quits 'the life ' hoping to maybe travel to Europe or just go with where life takes him, while realizing all the people he killed and all the destruction he lay waste to. (Pulp) This example displays the third trait of heroism because though Jules 's job is to kill people, he eventually realizes that though he collects money and nothing disastrous has happened to him or any of his loved ones, that what he is doing is wrong. He recognizes that he killed countless people and that he presumably left crying families and several other problems other people had to solve.
“Man pleaded innocent by reason of insanity for the murder of his mother”(Gross). Although the case of the man murdering his mother is not entirely similar to what Hamlet does they do share some similarities. In William Shakespeare’s Hamlet , Shakespeare uses the idea of a someone murdering one of their own family members in his play. In Hamlet the once ruler of Denmark ,king Hamlet, is long dead before the play begins with everyone thinking his cause of death was from the bite of a snake This is proven to be a lie however, when Ghost of king Hamlet visits his son Hamlet and reveals to him that his true killer is Hamlet’s uncle ,the new king of Denmark, Claudius. The play then follows Hamlet as he tries to take revenge for his father’s death.
In the famous play Hamlet, by Shakespeare, Hamlet devises various plans to avenge his father’s death. Throughout these several scenes, Hamlet causes the suffering, as well as, the death of many others, who do not have anything to do with King Hamlet’s murder. However the murderer of his father is killed, Hamlet was not justified in killing so many innocent people along the way. First of all, the ghost of Hamlet’s father, King Hamlet, tells Hamlet within his first appearance as a ghost to avenge his death by killing his murderer, Hamlet’s uncle, Claudius, but to leave Queen Gertrude, Hamlet’s mother, out of it. He informs Hamlet that killing Claudius would be appropriate and with reason, considering the previous circumstances in which led to how King Hamlet ended up a ghost, but harming Gertrude would be unacceptable, as she is innocent and has not done any wrong, besides agreeing to engage in an incestuous marriage, that is.
Hamlet’s how and when to take revenge happens shortly after Hamlet learns from Horatio that Horatio had believed to see Hamlet’s father is haunting the castle, also that the ghost has been haunting the castle for 3 nights. When “Hamlet finally comes face to face with the ghost it is far away from the others and it is the outer walls of the castle. The ghost reveals to Hamlet that he was murdered by his brother Claudius when he was sleeping in the garden by dumping poison into his killing him. King Hamlet wants Hamlet to take avenge his father 's death (Act 1, Scene 5 - Act 2, Scene 1).” Hamlet 's struggles with his own family happens when Hamlet
Gertrude drank the poisoned wine that was meant to Hamlet. After all this happens Hamlet decided to kill Claudius once and for all. Hamlet stabs Claudius with the poisoned sword and then forces him to drink the poisoned wine. Hamlet did not hesitated this time to kill Claudius, because of many reasons. First, he knew that after all his sins he will go directly to hell to pay for all his actions.
She tries to be like Tomas, flirting with an engineer with the goal of having a casual relationship. The night after meeting the engineer, Tereza has a dream sequence where she asks Tomas to help kill her. He directs her to a place called Petrin Hill. There, a man with a rifle helps three suicidal people kill themselves. The next morning, she is angry at Tomas for having sent her to this fate.
Also Simba vanishes from the kingdom after his father’s death which is similar to when Hamlet is forced to leave the Kingdom by his uncle. Hamlet’s uncle sent him to England to be killed, but Hamlet finds a way to get out of it. Both, Simba and Hamlet, have their father’s death which they take revenge upon by killing their uncles. Simba ends up fighting his uncle until he is eventually killed by the Hyenas, and Hamlet kills Claudius with poison just how Claudius killed Old Hamlet. In the end, Hamlet and Simba did what each of their fathers said to and can let their souls rest in peace.
Without knowing who he really was, the English seemed to try to provoke him by saying a local priest had been sleeping with Marion. This angered Wallace until he pulled his sword and began to engage the English soldiers with his sword. After his men joined in the fight, fifty Englishmen were left dead. However, Wallace was forced to escape, but ultimately Marion was captured and sent to death. Upon hearing news of her death, Wallace and his men planned to retaliate by killing the English sheriff.
Brutus then gets the news of Cassius’ and Titinius’ death. Soon after Brutus and his men stop to take a break and Brutus pulls all of his men to the side, one by one, and asks them to kill him but only one man agrees to kill him. Brutus admits to the last man that he saw Caesar 's’ ghost at Sardis and on the battlefield. Strato holds Brutus 's sword while Brutus runs on it, proclaiming: "Caesar, now be still, I kill 'd not thee with half so good a