The audience sees this treatment through his constant manipulations of Othello’s mind, planting seeds of jealousy. While talking to Brabantio, Iago also describes Othello and Desdemona’s relationship as animalistic. This furthers the idea that Iago views Othello as non-human, causing him to take inhumane actions upon him. He describes to Brabantio that “your daughter and the Moor are now making the beast with two backs” (Shakespeare 1277). This animalistic imagery shows that not only is Othello being dehumanized by Iago, but Desdemona is as well.
William Shakespeare, in his tragedy Julius Caesar, uses the rhetorical devices of a rhetorical question, repetition of the word ambitious, and direct reference in Antony 's speech to instigate the plebeians and persuade them to rebel against the conspirators. Antony pulls on the pathos, ethos, and logos of the audience to get them to exile the conspirators. Shakespeare uses a rhetorical question in Antony’s speech to get the plebeians to notice the wrongdoings of the conspirators and excite them to rebel. Antony discusses the money that Caesar left to the countrymen, and with sarcasm he states, “Did this in Caesar seem ambitious?” (3.2.99). The act of giving away money is a selfless act and someone who is ambitious will not give charity.
Angered by this, Proctor physically attacks Abigail and denounces her as a whore, and has to back up what he says with evidence. Overcome with emotion, and distraught of how far he allowed the court’s corruption to continue, he confesses to having an affair with Abigail and her plot to trying to rid of Elizabeth in hopes of replacing her. By telling the truth, John shows growth in his character, as he accepts that his good name must be ruined to protect innocent victims, ““I have made a bell in my honor! I have rung the doom of my good name – and you will believe me. Mr. Danforth” (page 116)!
ii. Erected Statue of the Antichrist The days of Nebuchadnezzar will be revived during the tribulation period in that the antichrist will not be satisfied with people bowing down to his personal image. He will therefore be thrilled by the False Prophet’s idea for the people of the world to erect his statue and worship it. In fact, part of the False Prophet’s occultic powers at work will be his supernatural abilities, “...to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed” (Revelations 13:15). Thus, once empowered by the occultic powers of the False Prophet, it will become some kind of “ghost image” and because of the miracles they see being performed by the “image”, men will worship the beast.
(par. 3). He says that the colonists ' petition has been received with "an insidious smile". The use of the words "insidious smile" creates an emotional appeal, because it fools the patriots into trusting that the British would take care of their petitions (which they never would), but it really is a set-up to enslave the colonists and keep them under its rules. He also references biblical allusion to create a metaphor between the positive reception of their petitions and the kiss which Judas gave to Jesus before his betrayal.
Such openly rebellious actions immediately put themselves and their family in danger. DEFINE the archetype and TELL HOW the character fits the archetype PIECE #1 The Rebel archetype is used for an individual in a repressed society that seeks revenge over their harsh ruler on a time they have been wronged. The rebel is constantly defying their ruler and seeking for ways to overthrow their oppressor. Katniss fits this archetype because constantly throughout the Hunger Games, she finds ways to defy the government and show that she wouldn’t be a part of their games, and sparks hope into the lives of those suffering from the control of the government with her rebellious actions. TRANSITION SENTENCE BETWEEN THE TWO PIECES In the same way as Suzanne Collins in The Hunger Games, Harrison Bergeron rebels against the strict set of rules established by the government to achieve equality in “Harrison Bergeron.” SET-UP (When and Where the evidence takes place)
Caliban is more defiant and harsh towards Prospero in “A Tempest”, were he is rebellious in that he uses his native language and uses language Prospero taught him to retort to Prospero’s commands with insults; this is evident in Caliban’s speech “I’ll impale you! And on a steak that you’ve sharpened yourself”. The threat of being whipped and the use of magic forcibly induces Caliban to do Prospero’s bidding. Caliban’s allusion to Malcolm X when he states, “Call me X. That would be best.
Antony by turning Brutus and Cassius into villains. He sparked rage into the minds of the plebeians and then turned that rage against the conspirators by accusing them of being high and mighty against the emotions of the people. He states that he wishes not to go against the wishes of “honorable” men which has been proven at this point to be an ironic statement. Antony’s statement goes further to insight rage in the minds of the plebeians with the idea that to mourn their
Shakespeare also magnifies Tybalt’s aggressive behaviour as Tybalt immediately orders his servant to, “fetch me my rapier,” suggesting he was intending to harm and maybe kill Romeo. This statement would shock the audience as Romeo is a protagonist in this play; he is the hero, but his life is now being threatened. To the dismay of the audience it becomes clear that a relationship cannot develop between the, “star crossed lovers,” as Tybalt will never allow it. Due to this realisation, Tybalt becomes the audience’s villain and main antagonist to Romeo and Juliet. Similarly to this Roger can appear as the villain of Lord of the Flies.
Another comparison to the seemingly similar manor of Macbeth and the Lion King is that both of The lion King and Macbeth presents us with the ugliness of human nature and greed, in order to achieve the ends justify means not hesitate to harm their fellow citizens. The processes when they were achieving their ambition are meanness and ruthless ，however all of these bring themselves the tragic ending .‘ No, fool - we 're going to kill him. Simba too.’(Scar in The liong king)，‘Be prepared for the murkiest scam’(Scar in The liong king) ‘Yes, my teeth and ambitions are bared .’ (Scar in The liong king) after telling Simba to exile himself from the Pride Lands, Scar orders the hyenas to kill him soon after rather than do it himself, and doesn 't bother to make sure that they actually do the job.Accoring to this,the screenwriter confirmed us that cruelty and the fighting instinct have not yet been bred out of the human beings.Moreover,Scar is quite happy to let the Pridelands go to hell in a handbasket if that means he can be King. He 's also pretty upfront that he wants the job for the power and refuses to even acknowledge that he 's supposed to have duties and responsibilities to go with them. However,this kind of contemptible behaves leads himself an unfavorably consequence .