This is actually one of the reasons why Claudius is unable to punish Hamlet, because “Why to a public count I might not go, Is the great love the general gender bear him who, dipping all his faults in affection.” (4.7.20-21) The people favor Hamlet even after he wrongly murdered Polonius. Furthermore, Hamlet 's father returning as a ghost to tell Hamlet of Claudius’s crime, could convince any doubters of the validity of Hamlets claim. This does not happen however, and his whole revenge plan get everyone killed. Not only do innocent bystanders get killed, but also people Hamlet loves die. The most repulsing action though is Hamlet not taking responsibility for his actions.
The first reason why is this, because it 's a Hollywood 's movie created more on entertainment purpose than history showing. To fit a wider audience, only a few British were shown as bad and cruel, for example Tavington, he after people gave away wht he needed he still blocked church 's doors, trapping people inside and he orders to burn the church. Others are displayed dissaproving this kind of actions and even a war, but because of their lower rank they couldn 't do anything. Other reason the main character of the movie is patriot, so movie has to reflect his love for the country, dedication and optimism no matter
A hated prince’s preach for peace and good faith will only result in a lack of support from his people and the loss of his state. When a prince avoids hatred, he has done his job and successfully lost the risk of rebellion. His high reputation is very difficult to scheme against, as long as he maintains the utmost respect from his people. A despised prince should fear everything and everybody, however, wise princes have made a valiant effort into running well-ordered states and keeping their people from despair. Through a diabolical strategy, an informed prince will know how to kill his newly conquered people, while avoiding hatred.
The lack of description in his death is Hugo proving his worthlessness. He did not deserve a grand death such as Enjalras and Courfeyrac who, in the movie, died in a glorious standoff, waving the rebel flag. The day after the battle, the ladies of the streets reflect on how useless the fight was, and what a pity it was that so many men gave their lives, because even after the battle, "Nothing changes nothing ever will" (Turning). If grown men could not make a difference in their society, how could a young boy stand up fearlessly against an entire army? His death was manipulated to add depth to the story; to give the
Although these men are not fighting for a great reason, when “honor’s at the stake” (4.4.59), they fight to their “imminent death” (4.4.63). This shows how Hamlet should act since his justification for seeking revenge is far greater than this army’s reasons for going to battle. Since these soldiers “go to their graves like beds” (4.4.65), Hamlet acknowledges that he must take action and have his “thoughts be bloody or be nothing worth” (4.4.69). In this soliloquy, Hamlet realizes that it is necessary to take action now. For too long, he has worried about the aftermath of murdering his uncle, but now he has been motivated by Fortinbras’ army willing to die for a worthless cause.
Everyone inside of the castle 's walls are of a high status such as Prince Prospero and the knights, those inside the walls are considered to be safe from the red death and due to this presumed safety the occupants are rejoicing. However just outside of the walls people of a lower status are dying a dreadful death. Those of the upper class do not care about the less fortunate that are left to fend for themselves. Although physically the walls are what separates the classes of people in reality it is actually their class distinctions. Someone of the working class or middle class would not have received an invite from the Prince to escape death because they are not seen to be worthy of life by him.
In the beginning of the story, Candide is in the comfort of the castle and he follows everything his philosopher Pangloss says. Therefore, his expulsion from the castle is where the evidence of his ignorance surfaces. Candide realizes he is forced to adapt to reality after being kicked out of the castle, he learns that the world isn’t as comfortable and pleasurable as his life was in the castle. “But having heard that everyone in this country was rich and that the people there were Christians, he had no doubt that he would be treated as well as he had been in the Baron’s castle,” (Voltaire, 46) However, Candide’s ignorance and optimism is proven wrong when a pot full of an unknown substance is poured on his head by an orator. Point
If there is one who does not do any harms to other people and spends his entire life to fight the unfair and irrational things surrounding him, to take care of his family and friends, maybe when he past, there is no fame and no fortune, does his life change the world? The answer is absolutely yes. Because of him, the world has another good person. Therefore, when we mention Edward Snowden, people tag him with the man who has betrayed his own country. However, when thinking about him deeply, people will find what he has done is indeed to protect the citizens and also protect his country from becoming corruptive and hopeless, though it looks like he is a traitor.
This verifies Thoreau’s beliefs regarding voting and court situations. Those who religiously watched “Twenty-One,” criticized Stempel for his truthful claims. Dan Enwright said “He blames Charles Van Doren for his downfall. And of course, the real downfall of Herbert Stempel has always been Herbert Stempel.” People targeted Stempel because he had not been born into a wealthy family and a luxurious lifestyle, and therefore, they assumed that he was only speaking up for the fame and money. Thoreau commented that “A man has not everything to do, but something; and because he cannot do everything, it is not necessary that he should do something wrong,” (Thoreau p.25) referencing that men do not have the powers of the Divine, otherwise, they have the power to lie and dominate
The upper castes believed on the approach of suppressing the outcastes. They knew that if given a chance, the lower caste would be able to compete with the upper castes. The entire plot gives an idea of situations which occurs in a single day in the life of Bakha. Bakha never liked cleaning toilets rather he wanted to be a well educated man. He was against the ritual and idea of considering himself as an ‘untouchable’ unlike his other family members.