He also had to deal with his father’s death and with his mother’s marriage to the man who poisoned his father (Claudius, his uncle). A person’s state of mind cannot be clear, when everything and everyone seems to be against. Hamlet’s heart and soul were full of hate and sadness. All that he could think of was revenge. He regarded women as weak human beings, who could easily fall in temptation, as a result of his mother’s betrayal.
This creates a new depth to the character and begins to highlight the idea that he isn 't content with the way he is “living” and seeks something deeper. As the story develops, we begin to see that the Demon is motivated to cause terror by very real, human characteristics and begins to project them. The Demon has the desire to break free of his isolation and sees the chance to do so when he is captivated by his love interest Tamara in the Caucasus, who is to be wed making her unavailable to the Demon. It can be see that the Demon believes that love will fix what he has done wrong and end the distance that has been created between him and the rest of the world. The symbol of isolation and it’s cause of emotion is the first step that Lermontov makes to create a relatable main character.
Then the family will be cursed with solitude and people who relate to this family will result in misfortune, for example Pilar Ternera which had sex with the two brother had a lonely life after that. Another example is Remedios Moscote after the marriage with Aureliano Buendia she dies suddenly. According to the novel after someone dies he will be put in a solitude state and in order to avoid that sadness people try to come back from death or avoid it. Garcia Marquez explain that nobody can survive without love and dependence, so solitude is a self-destruction both mentally and
He says, “…received her visitors only in bed.” (Kafka,14). Furthermore, although he could have visited Elsa for the achievement of his desire, he decided to wait for Fraulein Burstner who made K uncomfortable for causing the disorder of his daily habit and the inability to release his sexual desire. He says, “…by coming late, she was introducing disturbance and disorder…her fault…had put off the visit to Elsa planned for today.” (Kafka, 18). These behaviors of K represent his promiscuous sexual life that is rooted deep inside him and K’s view of woman as the remedy that allows him to release his sexual aggression, strengthening K’s disrespectful way of dealing with women generally. Additionally, this crumble K’s innocent image from the readers, as an individual whose life is at the verge of calamity by the arrest when he claims himself innocent which
Throughout this novel we will be psychoanalyzing Holden’s abnormal behavior and grasp a deeper understanding behind his actions, thoughts and words through characterization, language, and attention to detail. With close attention to Holden’s behavior towards the beginning of the novel we can observe that he has a very dark outlook on life. Holden’s brother, Allie has passed away along with the passing of his friend, James Castle and this seems to be the primary reason for his perspective on the world and
Medea, The True Wrongdoer in Euripides’ “Medea” The tragic drama titled “Medea”; written by Euripides is a Greek play about a female sorcerer, Medea, banished by her hometown to be with her love, Jason. Although, this did not work in her favor since she discovered that her lover is with another woman. This does trigger some tension and emotional breakdown within Medea, enough to plan another malicious act that 's very disturbing and would change the reader’s perspective of who’s the victim and the criminal. The truth is, Medea is the real wrongdoer in this story, not her husband, for she became aggrieved, obstinate, and conniving. Once the beginning of the story took effect, the nurse shares her perspective on Medea to herself, giving valuable evidence to further strengthen the thesis.
Examining the Connection Between Love and Hate in Romeo and Juliet 1. To what extent is the wish to find love amidst a raging family feud psychologically problematic or psychologically advantageous for Romeo and/or Juliet? The wish to find love amidst a raging family feud is psychologically problematic because it won’t allow them to have approval from most, leading more possible hate on both sides with more tension. They might also have to be extremely careful who exactly they tell about their marriage. They must live with the guilt that they are betraying their family.
What the words “congenital destructive aspirations” and “destructive, aggressive instincts” mean is, needless to say, the death drive (Todestrieb) Sigmund Freud proposed in Beyond the Pleasure Principle. This concept was originally contrived to explain rationally repetitive nightmares of war neurosis and the child’s play Fort/Da [gone/there] in which unpleasant experience of the mother’s absence is repeated. It is “an urge inherent in organic life to restore an earlier state of things.” However, this aggression develops into the super-ego as conscience or culture and makes the aggressiveness harmless by itself. For the individual “[h]is aggressiveness is introjected, internalized; it is, in point of fact, sent back to where it came from – that is, it is directed towards his own ego. There it is taken over by a portion of the ego, which sets itself over against the rest of the ego as super-ego, and which now, in the form of ‘conscience’, is ready to put into action against the ego the same harsh aggressiveness that the ego would have liked to satisfy upon other, extraneous individuals.” And collectively “[c]ivilization, therefore, obtains the mastery over the individual’s dangerous desire for aggression by weakening and disarming it and by setting up an agency within him to watch over it, like a garrison in a conquered
Through the death of Flaubert’s characters, he was trying to further represent the negative and destructive views that he holds about love. For instance, choosing to have Emma commit suicide and Charles dying as the result of a broken heart, demonstrates how Flaubert 's views love as an emotion of mass destruction. Love is a emotion of mass destruction because love can make people do crazy things. Emma was so in love with herself and the life that she had, and this caused her to not be able to stand the thought of losing everything due to her careless financial actions. Emma thought the only option she had was to commit suicide because she couldn 't bare the thought of living a life where she was poor.
Catherine Earnshaw, who went through on a “shape-shifts”, when she made a decision and she rather chose Edgar Linton to her husband, than to be with a man from a lower social class. This movement of hers defined her personality and also let her be seen as a material girl. With her reactions she wakes up the readers’ antipathy for her in every way. Her relationship with Heathcliff to the "dynamics of the Gothic romance, in that the woman falls prey to the more or less demonic instincts of her lover, suffers from the violence of his feelings and at the end is entangled by his thwarted