In Oedipus, the uncertain vision becomes the unavoidable stairs of destiny making the characters not to realize whatever is going behind them. In Othello, the main cause of the tragedy and the uncertain vision is named as the Lago. Furthermore, Othello might manage to view what is happening but due to the ‘hot blood’ does not allow him. Oedipus is very careful and is trying his level bets to stop the investigation even if it causes him much consequence. In other words, Othello takes a step without doing a proper investigation and later never listens to a given reason.
Steinbeck uses Jim Casy’s significant role to criticize society’s hunger and the crimes against humanity, where he brings up helpful ideas however society refuses to accept his ideology or his philosophies due to having the inability to adapt to new ideas, alienating Jim Casy from workers’ values of their culture but use that disadvantage to spark a plausible unity to keep migrant workers from salvation. Jim Casy’s alienation from society is a distinction between his individualistic ideals the unadaptable migrant workers who wouldn’t foresee his ideals. Ideally, he holds the philosophy in which he believes, “You can’t hold no church with idears like
Tiresias respectively rejects to answering the questions remembering his place but Oedipus forges on his path for answers and an argument ensues: “…You are blind in mind and ears as well as in your eyes” (Sophocles 391-392). “…You have called me blind, but you have your eyes but see not where you are in sin. Do you know who your parents are? And of the multitude of other evils between you and you children, you know nothing” (Sophocles 432-452). In a rage Oedipus denies Tiresias’ words and claims to not know what he talks about due to
On page 104, Bormenthal suggests poisoning Sharikov with arsenic and justifies the idea to Philippovich, saying “after all, he is your own creation, the product of your experiment” (Bulgakov 2012). As he belittles Sharikov, Bormenthal forfeits his own humanity by falling into a state of disrespect for Sharikov’s human life. Later, Bormenthal resorts to more violent means of killing Sharikov and attempts to choke him, “[grabbing] him easily and confidently by the throat” (Bulgakov 2012). Respect for the lives of others is intimately tied to humanity, so Bormenthal is dehumanized as he loses this respect. He suffers dehumanization not through an outward sense of being attacked, but an inward assassination of
The central idea appears to be there is an inherent conflict between what different cultures view as morally right. We will analyze how the round/flat and dynamic/static qualities of the characters as well as the presentation affect the story central idea. Daru, who is utterly disgusted by the actions of the Arab, does not want to take him to police headquarters because of his existentialist belief. "every bit of this disgusts me, and first of all your fellow here.But I won’t hand him
However, those mentioned characters above are absurdity as their lives are meaningless and hopeless because what the characters do, it has no convincing reason and purpose. They get used to the war. Lastly, the writer wants to satire the war which is not actually
It is obvious to the reader that Fowler is attempting to build credibility utilizing outdated information. This lends the reader to believe there is a lack of current evidence to support Fowler’s claims, therefore, she loses credibility she might have had (Fowler, 2016, p. S9). Furthermore, when Fowler (2016) utilizes evidence such as “the 1926 “suggested code” it leaves her readers confused as to how Fowler has any relevance (p.S9). None of her readers can view her as credible because she never cites any of the current ethics policy. The lack of up to date information ultimately is a detriment to Fowler’s article, thus leaving her audience
Instead of talking to her and expressing his feelings, he is acting ludicrous just to get her attention and impress her. Tom does not know how to handle his emotions He is not realizing the impact of all those decisions in his life and how people look at him. If he always terrible decisions he will get nowhere in life and people with think poorly about him as basically another Huckleberry Finn. Tom is very narcissistic and is not caring about others feeling and what they want he is all about
The Inspector’s dismissal of Birling’s relationship with the Chief Inspector “I don’t play golf” shows his refusal to be intimidated by status, hence encouraging the audience to weaken the influence of social hierarchy. Moreover, the Inspector’s presentation as omniscient, via the use of dramatic irony and foreshadowing, makes Birling seem short-sighted. Birling’s belief that the Titanic was “absolutely unsinkable”, when the audience knows better, depicts the blindness of the upper class, their idealism and lack of awareness for what is going on, which leads to them acting in a sense of authority they don’t deserve. The inspector’s entrance and disruption of Birling’s speech about social responsibility to Eric and Gerald is significant as it reveals Birling’s hypocrisy as he refuses to accept his inherent social responsibility. This leads the audience to trust the Inspector’s perspective, as a communicator of positive, socialist change.
For this case, we can see that they do not know how to respect people and each other. Imagine if they have a good education, they might not just casual fight anywhere and anytime. Because they do not have a good education, so they never know how to be patient. Also, they do not try to respect each other and do not want to try to understanding each other, and they even do not trust each other even she or he is his or her friend before their fight each other. Most importantly we have to separate this kind of single foreign workers with different rooms and different departments for a while till they calm down themselves.