You know that one story Romeo and Juliet? Yeah? Well Tybalt is the one that got everyone killed. Tybalt is the character most to blame for the tragic events in Romeo and Juliet because he killed Mercutio, which made Romeo avenge him, which made him get sent away. Then Juliet's dad was going to make her married soon because he got himself killed.
They are also alike because they both lose a girl because they are not rich enough at the time. In the Great Gatsby, Gatsby says, “ ‘she only married you because I was poor,” (Fitzgerald p130). This is the exact same reason why Zelda refuses to marry Scott. Scott and Gatsby are extremely alike because some things in his life is portrayed through the character,
A good first example of this is when Romeo first sees Juliet. It is made clear how recklessly impulsive his personality is from how he automatically falls in love with her at first sight, though he just got his heart broken by someone else. Romeo sees Juliet at a ball and is amazed by her beauty. For Romeo, laying eyes upon Juliet at the Capulet’s ball is love at first sight. He proclaims his interest in her by stating, “O, she doth teaches to burn bright!
He is then haunted by Banquo’s ghost and the guilt. Macbeth begins to fear Macduff who is an heir to the throne, so to fix it he orders another killing. Macbeth has Macduff’s family executed and when the word reaches Macduff he sets out for his revenge. As all of this is happening, Lady Macbeth is full of guilt due to the murders her husband has caused and so she kills herself. Macbeth basically caused his wife’s death along with many others through this
They are both enemies and try to sabotage and fight each other when every they have the chance to. Secondly, in one scene Johnny (greaser) kills Bob (Socs) because the Socs were going to drown Ponyboy and beat Johnny, so he took his pocket knife and stabbed him. Just like Romeo
For example Curley, the boss son. He quickly takes a disliking to Lennie, because he gets jealous on Lennie because he is bigger and stronger. Curly has a wife who is very lonely, and search for attention around the bunkhouse where the men lives. Slim is the skinner, and is on of the few who understand the importanes of the conradship between Lennie and George. And then we have Candy.
Each character has its own reasons to be angry and that is appeared in their actions and led to different consequences. Anger in The Great Gatsby crystalized by Jay Gatsby and Tom Buchanan, their anger has reasons, symptoms and consequences. Jay Gatsby is a newly wealthy Midwesterner-turned-Easterner whose lover Daisy did not wait for him and got married with another man who is Tom Buchanan. The reasons for Gatsby’s anger were poverty that made him could not have the ability to keep his lover Daisy forever. After being a wealthy man Jay Gatsby ordered his life around one desire which is to be reunited with his love Daisy Buchanan, the love he lost five years earlier.
The last thing that made the creature have full control over Victor was that he killed his newly wed wife. Victor and his wife just got married and on the night of their marriage the creature killed her. The creature gains full power over Victor by affecting his family and friends, the monster knows that if he hurts them he hurts Victor. The thing that the creature did that hurt Victor the most was killing Victor's new wife, this drove Victor into an intense amount of dread and self hatred. The thing that he created killed all of his family, and Victor himself runs from the creature to save himself.
He was also falsely informed that Gatsby was the man in that was having an affair with Myrtle. Wilson came to a conclusion, kill the person who took his love from him. Wilson, heartbroken, pulled a trigger, first on Gatsby then on himself “... a thin red circle in the [pool] water. It was after we started with Gatsby toward the house that the gardener saw Wilson’s body a little way off in the grass, and the holocaust was complete” (162). Gatsby, falsely killed, was left in an endless pool of his own blood, accompanied by his dead
He instantly fell in love with her. When Arcita had saw Emily, he fell in love as well, which was very unsettling for Palamon. Then, one day, Theses had only freed Arcita upon the request of a friend, which angered Palamon because now Arcita could spend countless hours with Emily and win her heart. Little did he know that Artcita could not be seen at the kingdom or he would be executed. Still, this did not stop Arcita because he ended up disguising himself anyway.