Good characters in Macbeth are less in number, and also seem to be characteristically less deeply constructed than the evil or corrupted ones. Everybody has a seed of corruption planted deeply in them, ready to spurt into blossom. Those who let their evil side win, the becoming the true villains acts on these dark drives and commits something morally wrong, like our man character, firstly portrayed as a dashing military genius, Macbeth. When he first receives the prophecies, he is not bothered by the fact that it was spoken by three mysterious, ugly and seemingly evil witches, he actually considered the words of the prophecy.. "Two truths are told,... but what is not" (line 137-152, Pg 27-29). Even tough we see him arguing with himself and feeling disgusted, showing that he is very much humane, and his only fault being way too ambitious.
Because the evidence that they had to call him guilty was only circumstantial. They all know he was innocent but unfortunately for Tom, they were prejudice. Which is ultimately why he is dead. So was Tom's death justified because he tried running away from something he may or may not have done? No not really because he should have never gotten that sentencing in the first place.
This is because the criminal got away with a sentence barely equating to what he did in the first place, which I find disgustingly unjust and unacceptable. Although the prospect of people getting abused and mistreated seems wrong and unfair, the crimes they committed justify their treatment. If you break the rules, you must suffer the consequences. However, there is a fine line between giving them what they deserve and treating them so badly they are dehumanised and I believe guards in Shawshank took it too far. An example of this is when young prisoner Tommy is shot dead as a precaution.
Victor along with the creature’s guilt and remorse effected everyone in the story how his fate and everyone around him. For Victor along with his family clearly, williams death was heartbreaking. Although more so for Victor because he had a inkling about who did it; the creature. He also knew that this adjustment was going to be colossal. Riddled with guilt Victor “resolved to visit the spot where my poor William had been murdered”(Shelley 49).
The Friar left the two to their fatal fate. Some could argue that it was not the Friars fault that he never intentionally meant for any of these bad things to happen, things just didn’t work in his favor. The only alternative person who could be to blamed is Tybalt. Tybalt could be blamed because if he wasn't filled with so much anger, Mercutio may never had died therefore Romeo wouldn’t end up being banished. “Patience perforce with willful choler meeting makes my flesh tremble in their different greetings” (Shakespeare 394).
It is painfully obvious that envy is a poisonous feeling with no good outcome. Later in the play, Macbeth has a different person to envy. “And to that dauntless temper of his mind, he hath a wisdom that doth guide his valor to act in safety. There is none but he whose being I do fear, and under him, my genius is rebuked, as it is said” (3.i.55-59 Macbeth). Macbeth has been crowned king and has gained the most powerful position in Scotland but he is not happy.
They have no mercy for anyone besides themselves. They both have problems and key features that cause readers to question who is more evil. It is evident that Macbeth is the character with the most cause of destruction, causing him to be more evil than his wife. Clearly, Macbeth has more evil choices and actions that lead to his own death. He does not have any remorse for anyone that he killed.
Jesus’ arrest was mainly Judas Iscariot’s fault because if Judas did not go to the chief priests and the teachers of the law, Jesus would never have gotten arrested or crucified. The theme to learn from this personality profile is, you never know how big of a consequence you could get for a lie. Also, the love of money can be blinding. According to Judas, money blinded him. HE BETRAYED HIS LEADER.
Girls! Why do you-?" (Miller 521) Danforth in the quote is petrified with fear from witchcraft and has no clue what is going on. Now he believes Abigail completely and this furthermore explains why he is unjust and only a puppet for Abigail's evil