Indeed, Many characters have flaws affecting their decisions in English literature, they made mistakes only to realize them later. Aristotle considers a flaw is a weakness in human mind when mistakes and errors in plot or direction caused actions to change in a tragic manner as described in the tragedies of Oedipus and Antigon. In fact, Lear is the victim of this flaw that he can physically see, but he is blind in the sense that he lacks insight and understanding which contribute to his decision against his innocent daughter Cordelia.
The decisions Macbeth is choosing to continue with is affecting the way he’s thinking and living his life. The negative downfall Macbeth is dealing with are how his actions are making him hallucinate. Shakespeare’s message lets you have a better understanding of the wrongs of the way Macbeth is turning into As result to Macbeth becoming insane, it led to believe what others should’t do in crisis like so, Macbeth was completely lost and was
Yet, epithets such as “thoughtful Telemachus” (Homer) are lost in translation as her dialog would seem interrupted by this addition. For example, the term “grey-eyed Athena” is more of a figurative ideal than a stage direction for Zimmerman’s interpretation. These epithets that are a vital component of Homer’s genius do not translate to this modern adaptation. When Telemachus is tasked with interacting with the suitors in Zimerman’s play his awkwardness and naivete is highlighted as the suitors demean him with
As well as that, Shakespeare uses imagery to show deception. This can be seen in the quote of "To know my deed, 'twere best not know myself." In this quote, it moulds a sense that the character, Macbeth, has betrayed himself, his pride and his ego along with those around him. Moreover, Macbeth states that to acknowledge the awful crimes he has been committing, he would be unsure of his own actions and thoughts, therefore this shows that he has changed dramatically from the previous scenes when he tried to convince himself he has no reasons and motivations to kill Duncan. In the wording of "deed" suggests that Macbeth is still trying to deceive himself that this is something he must accomplish.
In the article “Where Are the Missing Masses? The Sociology of a Few Mundane Artifacts”, Bruno Latour explores how artifacts can be designed to shape human action and that technology mostly rely on human interaction to function. He argues that technologies shape the decisions we make, the effects our actions have, and the way we move through this world. Providing examples from the door closers, and engineers among others, Latour emphasize the importance of the interaction between humans and technology. He studies the relationship between humans (the creator) and machines (the creation) and shows how the use of technology can help achieve certain goals and values.
Hamlet displays very impulsive and strange behavior that clearly shows his madness. For example, at the play, Hamlet is lecturing the actors on how they should perform. He stresses they must, “Speak the speech, [he] pray you, as [he] pronounced / it to you, trippingly on the tongue...for in the very torrent, tempest, and, as [he] may say, / whirlwind of your passion, [they] must acquire and / beget a temperance that may give it smoothness”(III.II.1-2, 6-8). Hamlet’s conversations with the actors are unnecessary and ironic.
What point is Huxley attempting to make by using so many Shakespearean quotes? Chapter 7 3 . Shakespearean plays have given John the knowledge to understand and express emotions, which criticizes the values of the World State as it tries to destroy any human emotions besides happiness. By utilizing so many Shakespearean quotes, Huxley contrasts the ideologies of Shakespeare with those of the World State and how it can be detrimental to maintaining stability within the World State. A most unhappy gentleman Two Gentlemen of Verona (V, iv) 1.
Anyone can see that you’re a beggar” (Shakespeare) As Romeo was insulting this man it can be seen how he was acting out and truly not thinking on what he was actually about to do. Overall, Romeo is to blame instead of Juliet because he had acted under pressure and was acting
Communication is always crucial for the success and happiness in relationships. However, when done wrong, it usually results in failure. In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, poor communication causes characters to make bad decisions that lead to the tragic end of Romeo and Juliet. Poor communication between the characters is found by keeping secrets, which prevents the revealing of truth and through assumption in which characters do not try to find the truth. As the play progresses it becomes evident that poor communication has negative impacts on the story causing the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
The references cause the plot to change because there is confusion which causes two characters to argue and reveals things about the play and helps it move along. Hamlet presents many unanswered questions, many about Hamlet's sanity, Ophelia’s death is also a questionable, she seemed to have actually went mad after her father’s death and Hamlet being sent away. They could not tell whether or not her death was actually a suicide because she ended up going mad. Each reference of sanity and insanity are significant because they add confusion, drama, emotional stress and humor to Hamlet.This “Insanity” that Hamlet has is a way for him to vent his anger and emotions towards people in the play, Shakespeare seems to have wanted the audience to question yet understand what is happening in the