Victor assumes that role of Satan. Victor portrayals Satan because he has attempted to assume God’s role. In this novel Victor’s actions do not contribute to any good outcomes, instead they destroy his family, and hurt several people along the way. One of the repeated themes in Frankenstein is the feeling recalled when Victor or the creature think of their fathers. Victor’s father, who is Alphonse Frankenstein, and the monsters father, which is Victor.
Within John Milton’s books “Paradise Lost” he creates Satan as the greater character over God. One who works through the individuals to create havoc. Satan is able to skew the minds of man to do what he wants with that individual and to counteract the word of God. A well known example was then Satan manipulated Eve to eat from the fruit of knowledge of Good and Evil. Though some critics may say that within Eve was Satan’s ultimate defeat others may say Satan’s evil soul is embedded in Adam and Eve, soon enough they are kicked from the palace of lush gardens, and everlasting life.
Let not light see my black and deep desires. Human malevolence and evil is a common theme in many of Shakespeare 's tragedies. In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, this evil grows and flourishes before consuming all that stands in its path. It kills through revenge, ambition, fear. The source is Macbeth himself, who is the evil incarnate in the play.
And so he goes to heaven, And so am I revenged. That would be scanned: A villain kills my father, and for that, I, his sole son, do this same villain send To heaven” (3.3.78-83). In this quote, Hamlet mistakenly thinks that Claudius is praying since he on his knees and this shows the true anger that Hamlet has. Just killing Claudius isn 't enough, Hamlet must make sure that Claudius is being sent directly to Hell where he will suffer for eternity. One of the most prominent times we see Hamlet’s anger is when he murders Polonius, the father to Ophelia, his lover, thinking that it was Claudius.
In fact, the general shows the remorse of his conscience when he imagines the king 's chamberlains accuse him of murdering Duncan. He is aware that he will never be able to live in peace and he feels that it is terrible to live like this. However, Lady. Macbeth suggests him to pay no attention to his feeling of regret or, if not, he will go completely crazy. This turns out to be a clear omen of what would happen to them soon
“I remember the fear in his eyes. I know that fear. It’s my fear” (Bloor, 76). Edward Bloor’s novel, Tangerine, is about how Paul’s life has become a personal horror show, thanks to his older brother, Erik. The twisted antagonist upsets Paul by causing him to live in constant fear, making his friends start to exclude him, and hurt his confidence so he won’t stand up for himself.
The Tragic Flaw of John Proctor The Crucible by Arthur Miller based on the Salem Witch Trials. Story based on how the Trials of Salem occurred, and who was to take part in these trials. The story represents a tragic hero who is known as John Proctor, a farmer in Salem; His tragic flaw is his adultery with Abigail Williams, former house servant of John Proctor. The tragic flaw of adultery leads him to the ruining of his marriage, exposing of his affair with Abigail Williams, and to his tragic death. The tragic flaw of John Proctor, ruins his marriage.
Upon his introduction in the second scene of the play, Prospero begins assailing the slave 's nature, summoning him as a "poisonous slave, got by the devil himself Upon thy wicked dam, come forth!" (Act I, Scene II). By associating him with the devil, the lowest and most cursed position in society, Prospero deeply disparages the very existence of Caliban. Moreover, Prospero proclaims his lineage for him, a lineage that supposedly traces back to that of the devil. Caliban 's dehumanization continues when Prospero then deliberately mocks him as a "tortoise" and as "Thou most lying slave, whom stripes may move, not kindness" (Act I, Scene II), both claims diminishing the personhood of Caliban due to his position on the island.