That person also feels guilty that they died. This causes people to become enraged. According to The five stages of grief, “With death, you may feel guilty that you didn't do as much as you could have for the person” (Ross 4). This evidence shows anger because it says how some people would feel guilty if someone close to them died. Guilt is part of anger, because one is enraged that someone close to them did not survive.
Even though she is risking her husband and the father of her child but she knows it is the right thing to do. Elizabeth lets John keep his name pure by not stopping him from for making things right. "He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!" (Miller) She lets her husband die for something he didn't do.
Although can torture be justified is this situation? Yes. Alyssa murdered their daughter. Harmed their family, made it to the point that their lives will be changed forever. Alyssa tortured Elizabeth before she murdered her, and through murdering Elizabeth, Alyssa had also tortured Elizabeth’s whole family.
Although Capote describes the Clutters as a symbolic representation of a perfect family, his importance is to show the difference of lifestyles from Perry coming from broken homes to the Clutters home therefore; he contends family life is a key determinant that can affect a person, later in life. Capote uses an anecdote to help his readers formulate where Perry came from and how he became abnormal. After Perry made an “admission he hated to make” of himself and Dick having to be crazy, after killing a perfect family, Capote says: “His mother an alcoholic, had strangled to death on her own vomit. Of her children two sons and two daughters, only the young girl, Barbara, had entered ordinary life, married, begun raising a family. Fern the other daughter, jumped out the window of a San Francisco hotel.
The most regretted actions usually result in some form of death. An example is in the story “The Most Dangerous Game”. When Zaroff is killed by Rainsford he most likely regrets trying to hunt him. He would regret trying to hunt him because hunting Rainsford resulted in his death. Another instance is in the story “The Scarlet Ibis”.
Grendel’s death at the hands of his barbaric challengers produced a revengeful mother, whose only vow is to cause suffering to all those responsible… They say that a mother's love is stronger than distance, more powerful than time, and can be transcended to the grave. I watched in disgust as those cruel creatures celebrated the wrongful death of my beloved son. Murders are what they are; their crimes are unjust and gruesome, yet they believe they are the hero’s. I don’t recall a time when I thought so highly of myself, that I would celebrate my murder of another. I cannot rip my eyes away from the sight of the dreadful celebration; their smiles are disgusting, they have drank enough mead to feed an entire continent, and they are prancing
They are the ones who have helped her pull through the stress and hard times. She felt right shooting him because in that moment he was the “bad guy” and felt connected to her mother, who committed suicide. This shows she had difficulty dealing with her
Madame Defarge, for instance, after seeing the injustice that her family has endured, seeks for revenge against those that have wronged her and her family. After the rape of her sister by Darnay’s uncle, and the death of her brother, Ms. Defarge becomes increasingly hateful towards those related to the Darnay’s. In an effort for justice, Madame Defarge particularly searches out Charles Darnay and inflict the same pain upon him as the Darnay family inflicted upon her family. Because of this immense desire that Madame Defarge has for bringing justice to her family, her acts contribute significantly towards the plot of the story. Without her constantly bringing citizens to trial and eventually killing them, the plot would essentially fall apart.
Have you ever hated someone and feel that if you have the opportunity you could kill him/her? Did you ever fell that if he/she dies you will be happy or get redemption? Well our author “Sylvia Plath” feels that way in her poem Daddy, when she was trying to kill her father that she was see him as an evil monster, and tried to show us her life that she pictured it like hell, even when she lived with her husband that she was seeing him as an evil monster, so she wrote this poem and expressed her desire for death, which is the main theme in the poem, by using various types of literary devices like: repetition, allusion and hyperbole….. Plath uses the repetition device to develop and emphasize the theme of “death”, when she tries to kill her father
She has faced second-hand wrongdoing from the oppressive government through the murder of her family members. She describes, “...that sister of the mortally wounded boy upon the ground was my sister, that husband was my sister’s husband, that unborn child was their child, that brother was my brother, that father was my father, those dead are my dead, and that summons to answer for those things descends to me!’”(Dickens 354). Because Madame Defarge was vengeance for her family, she makes the heir of the aristocrat that killed her family, an innocent man who had relinquished his claim to the throne, to be executed. She believes that all aristocrats must be punished just because of their relation by blood, saying herself, “‘The château [castle] and the race...Extermination.’”(Dickens 179). Madame Defarge’s hatred for the government comes from her loved ones being murdered by the controllers of that government.
Many of the accusations Anna proclaims permit to the emotions of the victims families that have been robbed of their loved one by the said killer. My issue with not allowing the murder to see judgement, is the fact that they have done many horrific things to those they have slaughtered. When someone is born into this world, they are given