This ends up killing him and once the news makes it to the town it just rolls off their shoulders. The town thinks it was a typical death in the fact that he didn’t, “...have no plan, no thought for the future…” (322) and the fact that he even tried was just proving he was guilty. Tom just like Boo was misjudged but really innocent, nobody could overlook his race and for that reason, many problems
In “Fatal Coasting Accident”, the accident itself was literally unexpected. Unfortunately, Hazel Crosby crashed the sled, but nobody wanted that to happen. She just happened to lose control of the sled because the sled was going down the hill extremely fast. On the other hand, the accident in Ethan Frome intentionally happened. The standing issue was that the accident didn't happen the way that they wanted it to.
Hamartia, peripetia, and catharsis are the significant traits that led to the grievous ending of Gatsby’s life. Gatsby could not see the dishonesty in the people that surrounded him, instead he only saw the good in them which eventually led to his demise. Gatsby also had his dream of being with Daisy completely shattered and reversed the day George Wilson murders him at his house. Greif from characters like Nick and Owl Eyes frame the realness of Gatsby’s death and shows how truly tragic it is. Gatsby is such a virtuous character with the fundamental characteristics of a tragic flaw that eventually leads to the demise of Gatsby himself and his dreams.
Both took their revenge on the men that caused their problems. Hamlet killing Laertes could easily be compared to Rosalie’s murder of Royce’s friends and accomplices. In both cases, the victim of the violent outbursts were distraught and impressionable people. Rosalie's murder of Royce's unnamed guards can easily be compared to Hamlet and Polonius. None of them were innocent, but none were involved in the original acts.
George breaks into Gatsby’s house while he was in the pool and shot him multiple time until died, then shoots himself. So if Gatsby would had been honest, he would not have been shot that day. There are many different ways you can look at the downfall of Gatsby’s life and the best one there is, is Gatsby himself. He started off wrong by moving so close to Daisy that he could see her from across the bay. Then he gave no respect to Tom and Daisy’s marriage, which didn’t help him out in the long run.
Thus, he was not the perpetrator of the incident and accepting the fault is to further his hope that he will achieve capturing Daisy. In the end, Gatsby is left with nothing because he destroyed all of it. After Myrtle’s murder, Gatsby watches the trust that he specifically built break down in front of his eyes. [introduce quote]. “I can’t do it—I can’t get mixed up in it… when a man gets killed I never like to get mixed up in it anyway.
On September 7 1996 I lost my best friend . Me and Tupac was driving away after the boxing match in las Vegas , nevada . i was sitting in the back seat and Tupac was in the passenger seat and Suge knight was driving. I looked out the window and I saw a car speeding and I smelled rubber burning . Before you knew is it was a Cadillac that swerved to the passenger 's side of the Bmw .
Ten little soldier boys went to a mysterious island and they all died within two days. Some may say these ten strangers were crazy, or at least not the poster-children for mental health, and that accusation which is borderline insensitive to anyone with a mental disorder could not be any more right. In Agatha Christie’s mystery novel And Then There Were None, there are different mental disorders are represented in characters such as: depression, panic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, and antisocial personality disorder. General Macarthur, an old war veteran from the first world war, is shown to be depressed soon after the recording accuses him of killing his wife’s lover by sending him on a suicide mission during the war. General Macarthur seems to give up
Simon was killed by the cruelty exhibited within Roger and all of the other boys on the island. Roger even became a killer on the island when he murdered Piggy. Lots of horrible things happened while they were stranded. Whether it was because they were forced to be in each other’s company, or because there weren’t any adults to enforce the law, the situations that unfolded could easily have been prevented if everyone behaved like simon. Unfortunately, everyone is unique.
Law 21 clearly states that if a thief has stolen property, he shall be put to death and hanged at the scene(Doc D). While others may say this is fair and that he deserves it, this law does not demarcate between official documents or a toy. Many of our youth have played harmless tricks on their peers and if they 're caught, even if it’s a dare, they shall die a painful and torturous death. This removes one man from society and it lowers the moral of the city and in turn, Babylonian, crippling it. This also means that the thief will never learn his lesson and his relatives may be in an outraged state with the government.
They had persuaded the jury to believe that George Zimmerman had killed Trayvon believing he was a danger to himself or others. 19 year-old Rachel Jeantel was the last person to speak to Trayvon. They believed that the witness was “Ghetto Trash.” The prosecution did not get the jury to believe that the case was a murder. George Zimmerman was not guilty and created many angry protesters. He won by the sole witness of the case.
Dale Earnhardt was to Nascar what Elvis was to Rock & Roll. February 18, 2001 changed Nascar for the better and worst. Dale Earnhardt was racing in the 42 annual Daytona 500 when he had the wreck that ended his career and saved many others racing careers. In 2001 Dale Earnhardt hit the wall head on at Daytona and cause the last race of him that changed the world of NASCAR forever. The death of Earnhardt was tragic to everyone who knew and loved him.
Drizin, “this is the worst case of tunnel vision I’ve ever seen in a police murder investigation”. (Drizin pg2) I would agree, the fabrication of evidence, the misuse of the reid technique and wrongfully imprisoning Matthew Liver for 8 months is unrighteous. Obviously, the ethical demeanor and discretion implicates that police officer want to close a case. It is not a coincidence that the police officer involved in this case fabricated the evidence for his own reward. Subsequently, imprisoning an innocent man who desperately wanted to go home but was coerced to confess to a crime he did not commit.
Young adult survives near fatal automobile crash, 20 miles east of Canton, State Highway Patrol said. Alan Taylor lost control of his vehicle on his way home from work, and swerved into a guardrail on a bridge. The mixture of drunk and reckless driving along with speeding, caused the automobile to crash into the guardrail, fly through the air, hit electricity lines, after which, fall onto the train tracks below, landing the wrong way up. It took police fifteen mins to get Alan out of the car. Alan was booked for reckless and drunk driving, driving without a license and speeding.