but I loved you too.” (131). As Tom tell her that Gatsby’s illegal business with Wolfsheim, as Nick described, Daisy “ with every word she was drawing further and further into herself ” (134). Now she knew Gatsby’s money is not safety, she would rather stay with Tom to be a rich, at least having safe money, woman. She even used Gatsby to cover up the fact the she killed Myrtle and made Gatsby be the criminal.
Macbeth wrongly convinced two men that Banquo was responsible for all of Scotland’s poverty. Macbeth is seen to be a very greedy man, and through these actions, he shows that he will go to any length to maintain his power as a king. “Know that it was he, in the times past, which held you so under fortune, which you thought had been our innocent self. This I made good to you in our last conference,” (III, I, 79-83) in the lines Macbeth is talking to the two murderers making it seem like Banquo was the heart and root of all the problems they had. Macbeth not only manipulated the two men but lied, not telling them the real reason he wanted Banquo dead.
On top of all the evils he had done to othello iago also manipulated Roderigo from the beginning of the play to the end. Iago manipulates Roderigo many times but the biggest of them all was when he and roderigo planned on killing Cassio and right before the attack iago said to
Everybody wants personal success, and to get there some people cheat their way to the top by manipulating people at their moments of emotional weakness. Iago knows that since Othello is so unsuspecting, he could to lead him "by th’ nose," making Othello believe that his wife is having an affair with Cassio (I.iii.444). Automatically when we hear something bad, it is hard to fight the urge to not listen and be swept by our
When he vowed revenge, he tells the reader, “You, who so well know the nature of my soul, will not suppose, however, that gave utterance to a threat”. There are many ways to revenge on Fortunato but his word expresses that his desire to give him not only mental but also physical distress. From this world,
Macbeth was in desperate need to get Banquo killed because he thought his crown is as at stake because of him. Even though he hired two murderers he could not fully trust them so he hired his servant whom he could fully trust. He could easily identify Banquo
The heroes in the “Odyssey” and “Hamlet” both practice deception to attain revenge against those who have wronged them. However, the way in which they go about these deceptions is very different between the two. It must also be noted that although revenge is clearly an overwhelming influence in the two stories it is not viewed in a truly positive light in either. In Hamlet the young prince uses deception as a means to bring about his revenge for his father’s murder. The image of madness which he intends to project would likely have protected him if he had ever gone through with his plans of revenge and killed his uncle.
It is his way of preventing anyone from taking over the throne. What started as one immoral scheme suggested by Lady Macbeth later led to a blood bath a by Macbeth. This is another similarity Macbeth shares with Gambino. They both hire or work with a group of people to get rid of those who are in their way and expand their criminal work. One murder ignites the spark of their selfish actions.
But, Macbeth is stubborn and very strong-willed, so he has proceeds to have them killed. This decision is one that makes Macduff want revenge, and in turn shows the audience that the decision’s Macbeth makes all of his own accord are the ones that lead to his
Dantes alias, the Count of Monte Cristo is successful in his justified revenge, but needlessly manipulates the innocent children of his enemies in order to accomplish his
In Shakespeare’s, Hamlet, revenge plays a major role in how the characters act. They base their actions off of getting revenge. Hamlet, Laertes, and Young Fortinbras all are trying to get revenge for their fathers. All three of the characters use different methods for getting revenge and they all get different results. Shakespeare uses these three characters to show that revenge can consume you and that is all that you want and he shows how harmful it can be.
Claudius is one character whose motivations and actions created tension and the need for revenge. The deception and murder committed by Claudius became a pivotal element of the story when Prince Hamlet was transfixed in avenging his dead father and punishing his uncle. King Claudius’ need to maintain his power and Prince Hamlet’s desire for revenge became a fight between justice and corruption. A lesson that can be learned from the play is that the repercussions of one 's actions will always make an appearance. In Claudius’ case, he lost everything including his life as infliction of his crimes.
Iago’s contribution to an unstable mood shapes the theme of the play because he demonstrates that Othello is being “swallowed” by his rancorous acts as Othello speaks in prose and Iago allowed himself to evolve deeper into jealousy. Iago continues to exact revenge on Othello and other people are being affected negatively as they fall with Othello. As Iago and Roderigo are fighting, Iago steps aside and says: “ Now, whether he kill Cassio,/or Cassio him, or each do kill the other,/ Every way makes my gain. Live Roderigo,/ he calls me to a restitution large/ of gold and jewels that I bobbed from him/… If Cassio do remain,/ he hath a daily beauty in his life/ that makes me ugly.
The understanding of someone’s nature allows the perpetrator to target their victim mentally by manipulation as well as their perspective during different situations. In the play “Othello by Shakespeare, Iago is able to manipulate others and use others perspective on situations to demolish others. Iago uses his manipulative skills and his understanding of others perspectives to destroy others as well as fulfill his evil intentions. Iago’s knowledge on human nature allows him to easily understand other’s perspectives and manipulate his victim Othello. Iago is able to destroy Othello’s trust with Desdemona due to his understanding Othello’s perception on situations regarding Desdemona and Cassio.
Iago's Deception Although one's lies and deceit may be justified of good reasons for themselves, it can cause catastrophe with others in the end. With each lie, comes a truth to it. As multiple layers of lies pile on each other, it misleads others into trouble. In Shakespeare's Othello, Shakespeare creates the character, Iago, to be an intricate and cunning person who's motives are fueled by revenge.