I think free choice is way more responsible for destruction of Macbeth rather than fate is because it is like karma, what comes around goes around. Since Macbeth had killed so many people it makes sense how in the end Macbeth had soon been killed himself. Macbeth thought the only way to survive in peace, he had to kill a bunch of people, which is completely unreasonable. The witches had told him his fate and that he would become king soon enough but he decided to go against his fate and make his own free choices. Macbeth caused his own destruction by his own reckless actions.
One piece of evidence that supports this claim is from “Ohio Man’s Shooting Of Ailing Wife Raises Questions About ‘Mercy Killings.” One quote is “...meant only to end the suffering of his wife, Barbara, 65.” This relates to Of Mice and Men because she was going to die anyway and he wanted to end her suffering. This is exactly what George wanted for Lennie. If he didn’t kill him Curley would’ve killed him and then he would’ve died without dignity. There are two reasons Curley wants to kill Lennie. The first reason is because he is a big guy, and Curley hates big guys.
To make the reader see this there are two examples . First when the people went out and burned Kimo’s hut down. Obviously in this example they went too far, the people are trying their best to try and get the pearl. Also, online in the Pearl Kino says “ I was attacked, Kino said uneasily” ; who ever attacked Kino could have killed him. This example reveals that the people don’t care about others , because if the people did care about other people they wouldn’t have attacked Kino.
The nazi would let the People live if they paid the nazi to alive. t The Jews would try and cut the fence to get out and to get people to come In. If they ran they would be killed.The nazi's would make the Jews dig a big hole then when it was big enough for a body to fit in it they would shoot the Jews. The where 200,000 people murdered possibly more at a place called the postwar trail.On October,14,1943
George does this by shooting him in the back of the head which is a painless, instant death. A third reason relates to Lennie's standing in life. If Lennie were to be caught, he would be locked up and treated poorly. George is justified in killing Lennie because George is protecting both Lennie and the world around him, therefore he made the correct decision. Firstly, George rightly kills Lennie so he can keep him away from the rest of society.
George Wilson killed Gatsby and then himself. Gatsby took the blame for hitting Myrtle so that Daisy would not get in trouble. Gatsby had ambitions to be with Daisy, but because of them he ended up getting killed and failing like both Joe Starks and Tea
“They would have killed me, thought Montag, swaying, the air still torn and stirring about him in dust, touching his bruised cheek. For no reason at all in the world they would have killed me.” pg.122 This quote is a representation of how Montag’s society has people that will randomly run into someone, kill them and think that it is ok. They do it like it’s a funny game they love to play. They won’t get punished, the person who was killed doesn’t matter to them, or the government for that matter. A teenage girl was killed this way, Montag himself was almost killed this way and yet nobody gets punished.
To begin, if she would have never screamed the Misfits name when she noticed him, he would not have seen them and felt like he had to kill the entire family and they might have gotten away. This is another instance of how the Grandmother is a
Bull then hates his life to the point where he wants to commit suicide similar to Victor. “‘What the fuck, Bull? Jesus Christ!’ she yelled as she stopped me from shooting myself.” (Walton, 83). Bull wanted to shoot himself because of his tragic life. Bull wanting to end his life follows the same pattern that Victor did.
If a person saw someone do something, they might act differently than if that person didn't do anything. One example of this is on page 97 where it says, "When you see 'um, don't give 'im no chance. Shoot for his guts. That'll double 'im over." When George heard this, he decided that if Lennie was going to die, he wanted him to die peacefully and painlessly; therefore causing George to shoot Lennie.