If he did he would have been happy, however, it ended up leading to his downfall, even if it was not his fault. Daisy could not handle the dream that Gatsby tried to force upon her, and in the end, this made Daisy choose Tom. Gatsby’s green light was never something that he could reach, no matter how hard he struggled and fought. The people he wanted to include in his dream did not hold up to his high
With the realization that the top spot in the academic ground can be taken from her, Shizuku acts in illogical and possibly hurtful ways, and does what she must to remain at the top. It was drilled into students’ minds that maintaining exceptional grades would yield success in their lives, but grades do not measure a student’s aptitude or potential success; they measure how well students are able to reiterate information that was fed to them by books and
He does love her now and knows that they can never be together so he must drive her away. In the Third Letter from Abelard to Heloise he states, “...he joined us together i the bond of holy matrimony when I wanted to keep you forever for myself, beloved beyond measure”(97). Many may say that Peter lusted for Heloise, yet that was true in the beginning but his love grew over time. The extents Abelard went to save himself was selfish, yet he gave her a place that he had hoped would show his great love for her. Men drive their lovers away for idiotic reasons, yet Peter’s was to save her and himself from humiliation.
Yet he still tired and failed it was due to his failure to accept fate he ultimately failed at the end. Conclusion, the reasons why Macbeth fails he doesn’t understand his self-worth which led his wife to take advantage of him and influenced him to do actions unspeakable. The wicked witches and apparitions meddling with his fate by revealing his fate knowing about actions toward it. Then fighting destiny was his major fail because it was his failure to accept fate. this concludes why Macbeth
Although She is upset because of him, He had no intention of making her mad. Aeneas liked Dido but he believes he must follow his fate. He is just doing what he is told to do. When Aeneas sees Dido in the underworld he tells her, “I swear by the stars, by the powers on high, whatever faith one swears by here in the depths of the earth, I left your shores, my queen, against my will” (6.197.533-535). Aeneas didn’t think that leaving would cause Dido so much suffering.
Also, Hamlets was stuck between his values and responsibilities toward his father as a son. Hamlets always believed that killing is an immorality and one should never kill anyone; his belief becomes the predominant reason of his tragic flaw.
This incident shows that Huckleberry Finn was one immoral and apathetic person when the novel started with no conscience or remorse whatsoever. He had no regard for anyone else’s life and was willing to sacrifice someone else for his own immaterial gains. So this was the height of his transgression phase and this is where his journey towards a higher moral path
Linda teaches him about this wonderful, soma-induced society, but he doesn 't fit in. John despised the modern ways, and has a strong antagonistic attitude toward this pleasure-driven community. For the habitants it 's perfectly normal to have multiple sex partners and to consume narcotics, and to visit one’s sick mother is an abominable act. As Bernard writes in his journal, “‘refuses to take soma, and seems much distressed because of the
Then he mentions, you’ll tender me a fool, to tell Ophelia that she will allow him to become a moron within his community. Polonius does not want her to ruin his reputation. He continuously makes her feel inadequate, simple minded and guilty for being affectionate towards Hamlet. Even if Ophelia wanted to speak up against her father, she was forbidden to do so. Due to gender roles, after Polonius gave his “advice”, she simply obeys due to the fact that she was not allowed to speak up even though her father insults her.
He discovers he is he killer he has been searching for and has married the woman that has given birth to him. Caught up in pride and continuing down the path of bad judgement, Oedipus blinds himself because he cannot bear to look at himself nor does he desire to see what others are seeing in him. Oedipus has chosen to live out the rest of his days blind so he does have to face the harsh reality that he has caused hoping it will soon vanish from his memory. Although Oedipus didn’t intend to cause any harm, his actions brought suffering to himself and those around him. His character flaws an strengths of determination, pride , and error in judgement led to his dreadful discovery and resulted in him losing everything he once
Charlie first experiences people making fun of him, now that he has knowledge to understand that. This event must have hurt him deeply, because the very people he trusted and thought were his friends were actually mocking and making fun of him. He feels ashamed because people are using his name as an excuse for making mistakes, and he didn’t want to be known this way.
The role of the women in the ' 'A lesson before Dying ' ' is very important in the character development of Jefferson and Grant. They started off as bitter and angry men who were completely oblivious to everything that surrounded them. Jefferson didn’t want anything to do with Grant at first, because he believed that he was going to die. He thought there was no point into learning anything. Grant didn’t think that teaching the kids was going to get them anywhere, because they would all end up like the men who were unloading the wood.
I believe to make students work harder in school and to start money managing sooner, they should get paid for having good grades. Children in school work and strive for an education, at least I hope most of them do. Students that see school as pointless and they aren’t getting anything out of it, typically don’t try their hardest. Poor grades affect both them and the school. Money could be used as a motivator to get them to try harder, it could also improve attendance rates.
Students with grit and without grit go about handling quite differently these tasks they need to accomplish. They quickly notice that college classes are much harder than the classes they took in high school, and they may not have done as well on the first assignment as they thought they had. What approach do each of them take next? A student with no grit is more likely to accept that the class is going to be hard and that his grade is going to suffer throughout the semester. He may even believe that he has put forth all of the effort that he could give and there is nothing else he could do to fix it.
He was so obsessed with Juliet that he killed himself because he did not want to live without her. Love is not and should not be detrimental. It should not cause harm and it should expect a life to be given in exchanged for love. In the article, “10 Ways To Know When Love Isn’t Love” by Maya Gittelman, it declares that love