Survivors have done things that they have regret, they have experienced things that will stick with them forever, and haunt them in their dreams. Survivors have lived through the worst but keep on pushing, because they know there is something better tomorrow. Optimism is what helps survivors survive. Optimism gets survivors through the times of regret, loss, sorrow, and fear. When one has optimism for the future it forces them to continue to survive, even when the pain, agony, and regret seem to
It did not start with the need for more power, it only evolved to that after the Emperor turned him to the Dark side. In continuation, Lady Macbeth is the one who made Macbeth’s thoughts become actions. After persuading Macbeth to do the horrid dead of murdering King Duncan, she goes insane. The guilt of their actions are too much for her to bear leading to her suicide. The Emperor however has no guilt, he convinces Anakin to commits unthinkable acts, while whispering in his ear that it’s all to save his wife.
Gradually Shelby discloses Teddy’s attempts and is going to kill him. As a matter of fact, Shelby has already killed the attacker at the beginning but fails to remember that, resulting in his unrelenting efforts on searching that guy and sufferings from the misery of losing his wife again and again. To make sense of the story and appreciate the artistic wisdom of the film, we have to analyze the main actor’s problem of memory and his personal identity. Furthermore, we can mirror ourselves through analysis of personal identity of the main character in the film. First of all, we should figure out in the case of Shelby whether he still has personal identity.
• In our society the death is taboo subject, nobody talks or thinks about it. Yet it is maybe only sure thing in life. I believe that in her essay “The Death of the Moth’’ Virginia Wolf sends us strong message about life and inevitable death. Whole essay is in fact symbolic as moth represents life energy itself. Eternal cycle of birth, life, and death which every human being has to experience; struggle we are doomed to lose.
Claim #2: Molly Morden is left with no other options but to resist because the invaders treat her husband malevolently. Support #2, 1: After the event in which Captain Bentick is killed by Alexander Morden, Colonel Lanser and Mayor Orden are conversing about the purpose of punishment and what punishment will do. In the midst of their conversation, Colonel Lanser reveals to Mayor Orden, “You know as well as I that punishment is largely for the purpose of deterring the potential criminal. Thus, since punishment is for others than the punished, it must be publicized. It must even be dramatized” (Steinbeck 47).
“If We Must Die”by Claude Mckay places emphasis on a meaningful death and never giving up even when the odds aren't in your favor. McKay lectures,“Like men we'll face murderous cowardly pack pressed to the wall dying but fighting back,” McKay,13-14) " the speaker knows that the odds are not in his favor yet he continues to give it his all. To McKay, the honor of knowing that you put in everything you had right up until the last minute is very important. McKay like Antigone do what they think is right and don't worry about what the end result might be.McKay announces “ the monsters we defy shall be constrained to honor us though dead”( McKay 7-8). McKay refers to his enemies as ‘monsters’ who he defies and this can signify many things such as (in Antigone) the government.
O’Brien said to Winston after one of his torturing session, “We do not destroy the heretic because he resists us…We burn all evil and illusion out of him; we bring him over to our side, not in appearance, but genuinely, heart and soul. We make him ourselves before we kill him.” (PG 255, Orwell). Meaning anyone who doesn’t believe or feel the same way they do will be broken as a person and ultimately killed. People are not even free to believe or feel how they please, they have to conform to a certain criteria. Winston didn’t conform, they broke him down and beat him to a point he was a shell of a man.
Hamlet spent his whole life in the pursuit of perfection and jack spent his years doing the same. There isn’t any reason as to how they both should have come to a devastating demise however Shakespeare and Ernest Hemmingway understood the way war destroys the mind, body and soul, how loss kept their characters in the dark when it came to those they loved the most. How lion hearts became tame and the minds of men became shallow graves for lost memories is a wonder to us all. Catherine: "The brave dies perhaps two thousand deaths if he 's intelligent. He simply doesn 't mention them.
Even his family did not fight the punishment he was sentenced and said they would, “struggle as long as we live why he committed this horrible attack, which caused so much pain to so many good people” (Siegel). The only just punishment for Roof is death, as long as he is alive he will think he has done the right thing by killing those people. If the trial would have taken a turn where Roof was given to privilege to go back into society there would be no doubt he would execute the same crime, and potentially on a larger scale. Capital punishment saves other innocent lives from people such as Dylann Roof
In anger he kills them not realizing that one of the men was his father, the king. As he travels to the kingdom and gains entry misfortune strikes the kingdome. Oedipus being the heroic type goes to the queen, his mother, and states, “I will bring this light again. King Phoebus/ fittingly took care about the dead,/ and you too fittingly./ And justly you will see min me and ally,/ a champion of my country and the God./ For when I drive pollution from the land/ I will not serve a distant friends advantage,/ but act as in my own interest. Whoever/ he was killed the king may readily/ wish to dispatch me with his murderous hand;/ so helping the dead
List 4 examples of these motifs from the book. 1 Death A) Allan 's death Motivated Anne to commit suicide B) JS death encouraged David to forgive him for all that he has put him through, and put that chapter of his life behind him. C) Wanuk banishes people to the fringes out of fear (mass sterilizations) that their reproduction would lead to the death of the true Human Form. D) David, Rosalind and Petra fled to the fringes to prevent the death of their autonomy. 2 Lack of personal freedom A) Their lack of freedom motivates the group to strengthen their communications and further remove themselves from their society.