The ghost of his father informs him that he is going to suffer from the tormenting flames of hell because of his sins. By this line, the ghost notify Hamlet that he is in purgatory. Hamlet says, “My hour is almost come / When I to sulf’rous and tormenting flames / Must render up myself.”/ “ doomed for a certain term to walk the night / And for the day confined to fast in fires...”, Because of which Hamlet is also longing to send Claudius in the hell by killing him while he is doing any sin, so that he should not get opportunity to confess his sin to the god . As he informs in the lines, “ 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”./And am i then revenged/ To take him in the purging of his soul,/When he is fit and seasoned for his passage ? …”/“When he is drunk asleep, or in his rage,/Or in th’ incestuous pleasure if his bed,/At game, a swearing, or about some act/That has no relish of salvation in’t /Then trip him, that his heels may kick at heaven…”/“As hell, whereto it goes...”/.
This soil is blackened with a plague that doesn’t hesitate to kill and death shall follow. Romeo and Juliet dig deeper into this soil, so no one can see their love, but tragic events make their love blackened. The fate of the star-crossed lovers caused to do everything in secrecy/running away that caused R&J love to shrivel in the seeds of hate. The innocence of Romeo and Juliet’s life/events are stripped
In a real sense, although Frankenstein does not acknowledge any heavenly creator, he acknowledges his parents for giving birth to him. Contrary to man’s belief that man is made in God’s image, Frankenstein intricates his image in; “my vampire, my spirit let loose from the grave and forced to destroy all that was dear to me” (Shelley 57). Frankestine notes that he finds nothing blamable in all his part. In essence, he tries to justify his action of-of creating a creature which is beyond his control and is killing people. On the other hand, is referred as a criminal make the beast unhappy since it holds that all humans have wronged
Comparing Victor to God and himself to Adam, the monster says, "Many times I have considered Satan as the fitter emblem of my condition" (Marry Shelley pg. 132). The monster outlines his perspective of his "birth, " and soon after, Victor is fleeing from his lab. The creature was very confused. victors response: "I felt light, and hunger, and thirst, and darkness: innumerable sounds rang in my ears, and on all sides, various scents saluted me."
Introduction The insanity of man can never be underestimated when man loses his focus on his oneness with his brother. The novel, Lord of the Flies, seeks to identify the flaws of society (jealousy, power, greed, violence etc.) and find it’s source in the nature of human beings. By watching the boys engage in battle, we are reminded of the aptitude of humanity to be evil, and how the morality of man is merely superficial. The severed pig’s head represents what the Greeks call Beelzebub, or the prince of demons (the devil).
creation of the natural order Satan became vain about his beauty and position and his heart became rebellious against God Apparently he was able to secure a considerable following among the angels resulting in their expulsion from Heaven Since that day Satan devotes himself to opposing the work of God in every way possible and to attempting to destroy all of the good that God has created in the natural order He lucifer is allowed to continue this way for a period but will ultimately be confined to Hell for eternity so Put on the whole armor of God that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood but against the rulers against the authorities against the cosmic powers over this present
Blinded by his own pride Lucifer began assuming that he was the only right ruler and God was incompetent. Lucifer gathered an army to storm heaven but was later defeated by Michael. Lucifer had deceived god by turning against him and thus he is placed in the lowermost circle of hell where he has to endure his unpleasant
Iqra Khan Dr Kamal ud Din English 315 11 October, 2014 Milton’s Conception of Hell in Paradise Lost Book 1 Milton in Paradise Lost recreates the tale of humankind's fall, primarily focusing on the Satan's rebellion against Heaven and its sole King. Book 1 of the epic is much like an informative piece of literature, the most imperative argument of which is the cause of man’s fall and Satan’s mutiny against God leading to his banishment to Hell. If we scrutinize Milton’s conception of Hell in the epic, it can be observed that he provides us with a visual description of the damned place both from his own as well as from the spectacle of Satan. One of the most effective tools that Milton utilizes is the contrast between Heaven and Hell in order to depict the desolate scenario of Hell. The description repeatedly conveys to us the gloomy atmosphere of the place which is characterized with extreme hopelessness and infernal horrors.
In the end, all abandon Faustus, the scholars and the Good Angel leaving him to face the torturing devils alone. His mutilated body is later found, and the Chorus enters to explain the tragic lessons to be learned from Doctor Faustus 's regretted choices.” 7 Conclusion Overall, Christopher Marlowe was a great Elizabethan playwright; he wrote the moral play doctor Faustus, he was famous for his proposed “atheism” which turned out to be likely false or not as we know “atheism” now and used it to cover up the fact that he was a spy, but authorities possibly killed him for being accused of “atheism” which opened up many mysterious things about his life. In my opinion Marlowe was a catholic sympathizer and used his reputation as an atheist to hide his secret life as a spy and draw more
Sweet friends, what shall become of Faustus, being in hell forever?” (Marlowe Ch. 1956, Page, 108) We can see that Doctor Faustus realized his sins but there is nothing that he can do now. The soliloquy of Doctor Faustus starts just an hour before his damnation, when he realizes that supernatural powers are reserved for gods and anyone who attempts to deal with them, must face eternal damnation. When the final hour strikes, the devils come to take his soul. Doctor Faustus wanted to go beyond limitations of humanity, in other words he wanted to prove that he can become greater than he presently is.