“Lord of Flies, where is she?” The serpent hissed releasing a powerful poison, the poison was red and seemed to create a terrifying fog. From the fog, millions of faces appeared in agony. They spalled past the demons on the ground, a few were instantly consumed.
This fairy tale has Cinderella being played as a pawn in a dark magical plan from her evil godmother, an element not commonly seen in such fairytales .Poppy’s real maturity is shown at the end when her actual age is revealed - 16 years old. Day’s way of showing her age at the end could have been a stylistic manner to let the readers assume Poppy was mature and old but she was only sixteen; refusing to marry Prince Christian and telling him to wait a few more years is another
One reason why Jane could be an excellent example of a foil for Emma, is their constant need and desire to set up relationships with others. Emma tries her best to build up relationships between her peers while Jane sets up perfect, yet sometimes ironic, relationships between her many characters. In some ways, both of them want to play match maker. Not only did Jane Austen and Emma Woodhouse have similar hobbies, but they also experienced a similar event that occurred when they were growing up. Just like her character Emma, Austen had a sister and their relationship was similar to that of Emma and Miss Taylor.
Satan is frozen as well, not all the way just half his body. His lower waist and down to his feet. In the fourth ring of hell are the one who made the worst sin, betrayal. In Satan’s mouth there's the ones who betrayed someone. they are being punished by be chewed on for eternity by satan.
In the Middle Ring, the poets see suicidal sinners who have been turned into trees and bushes which are eaten by the demonic harpies. Dante also witnesses many promiscuous souls being forever pursued by hounds. The innermost ring is a burning desert where fire falls from the sky, raining down upon blasphemers and sodomites. The Eighth Circle of Hell is filled with fraudulent false prophets and the like. All those who practice false magic, business, etc.
The stepmother has two daughters who are filled with jealousy and envy. Ever since becoming Cinderella’s stepmother, she has treated Cinderella differently than her two daughters. Cinderella was turned into a servant in her own house, and she could not do anything. When “the king of the castle invited his son to a fancy ball he said he could choose his bride”. However, when “Cinderella” wanted to go to the ball, she could not go because “she does have a suitable dress to go to the ball.” When her two mice friends named “Jacques and Gus”, made her a dress her stepsisters ripped it apart.
I believe that Ophelia was not treated right because she didn’t do anything wrong and she still lost everyone that she cared about. In DOC C is when Polonius was dying and I think that it was wrong in the first place because if Hamlet would have killed the king right when the ghost came to him Polonius would not have died. When Hamlet is talking to Ophelia he says that he never loved her and that she was stupid to think that he ever did (DOC D). After Ophelia goes crazy she starts singing and while she is singing she says that Hamlet promised to marry her (DOC D). In the end Ophelia did nothing and didn’t deserve how Hamlet was acting towers
The play “A Doll House” by Henrik Ibsen and the short story “The Necklace” by Guy de Maupassant these two authors send messages that material wealth is not as important as love. Both women are modestly seen as a damsel in distress. The definition of a damsel in distress is a young woman in trouble (with the implication that the woman needs to be rescued) as by a prince in a fairy tale. In a “Doll House” and “The Necklace” both woman are placed in a predicament that requires their husbands saving. In a “Doll House” Nora’s husband was not her prince and knight in shining amour, but for Mathilda she had her knight and shinning amour all along.
Fate had made it so that the priest had just so precisely chosen that path and just so coincidentally had people in his path who thought he was carrying a disease, so they could deter him from his path causing him to fail and for Romeo to never receive the news. Romeo, who truly believed that Juliet was dead made his way to the Capulet morgue where he was to die with her. If Romeo only waited a little bit longer Juliet would of woken up next to him, they would not have to die. Fate had influenced the chain of events, first by acquainting Romeo and Juliet with each other, then by causing Romeo to kill Tybalt and exiling him. And then finally by delaying the message of the priest so that Romeo could make his journey all the way to the morgue just to kill
The Friar should have stayed with her to keep her safe. The reason he came in the first place was to make sure Juliet was safe after she awoke. Friar ran away instead and Juliet died because Friar wasn’t there. In the big picture, Friar Lawrence is the one responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. He made many mistakes along the way including marrying them in secret and messing up his plan for them to escape to Mantua.