They are not happy, just content. Nick realizes this when he sees Tom again. “I couldn't forgive him or like him, but I say that what he had done was to him entirely justified.” Tom and Daisy cause chaos wherever they go. They just move on when it threatens to be too much for
When Daisy leaves Gatsby for Tom he is devastated because Daisy was everything to him and he wanted to recreate what they had in the past. Due to the evidence provided above that is why even though Gatsby obtained the wealth that he wanted it was through unethical means it did not help with his biggest goal of winning Daisy’s love
Hamlet has warned her earlier that whatever he tells her in the future will not be true but, when he tells her he does not intent to be with her it starts the beginning of her madness. When Ophelia returns all his letters and gifts he tells her that he has never loved her and that she should “get thyself to a nunnery.” This is one example how his mood changes throughout the play. Then after all this her father, Polinous, is murdered by Hamlet. The Hamlet is sent away to England All of these actions result in her feeling such stress that she becomes insane in the end. In the final scene Hamlet dies, but before he does he leaves some important words, “As thou 'rt a man, Give me the cup!
Friar Lawrence assists Juliet in fooling her friends and family which in the end just causes a problem so big it ends both Romeo and Juliet’s lives. This is shown when Friar Lawrence says “Tomorrow night look that thou lie alone; Let not thy nurse lie with thee in thy chamber. Take thou this vial, being then in bed, and this distilled liquor drink off;” (Romeo and Juliet. 4.1. 91-94) This plan to trick those close to Juliet into thinking she is dead is an immature and dangerous way of handling things that ultimately causes more problems than it solves.
Though Gatsby’s weaknesses may outbalance his strengths, there is an up and down to everything. To begin, Gatsby is very naïve, his lack of judgement and wisdom do not work to his benefit. His naivety throughout the novel, blocks him from the true reality of who Daisy is. Daisy is a woman who thrives on the attention and wealth of others, she no longer loves Gatsby the way he genuinely loves her. This leads to him into taking the blame for Myrtle’s death, which he would not have done, if he was not protecting Daisy from the backlash.
She starts to get all depressed and makes her feel uncomfortable about her mark. In the end, Aylmer tries to remove the mark and when doing so he ends up killing his wife. The mark was connected to her life and when you take it from her she can't live anymore. That shows how there are some consequences for when you try to change people. That is how in the story the, “The Birthmark” Aylmer the main character develops conflict between him and his wife and suffers the consequences from trying to change her.
Unfortunately, this is not the case for Lady Macbeth. She acts very irrationally after the murders occur which leads her to believe she has blood permanently stained on her hands. She speaks very absurdly as she exclaims “Out, damned spot! Out, I say!...Here’s the smell of the blood still. All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand.” (V.i.l 25, 33-34).
His outburst on Tybalt leads him to lose his love and happiness, Juliet forever as they never meet again. The happiness is sucked out from him, anybody who loves him, and the victims in this clash because everyone lost something. Thus, violence is destructive, with the capability to deprive people’s peace and jubilation. Shakespeare uses this theme in his play to show his disapproval of violence based on family name,
Eventually, this results in failure as she is unable to find solace against the harshness of reality. Throughout the play, Blanche turns to her illusions as a defense mechanism in order to hide the truth from herself and others. After discovering her husband’s affair with another man, she told him that he disgusted her. As a result of this deliberate act of cruelty, her husband decides to commit suicide. When arguing with Stanley, Blanche exclaims, “Deliberate cruelty is not forgivable.
Ophelia is by far one of the most tragic characters in Shakespeare’s play The Tragedy of Hamlet. She loses everything she holds precious, such as her father and Hamlet’s affections, and is manipulated by the men who claim to love her. Throughout the play, Ophelia is nothing but a pawn in the men’s schemes. The people around her mask their true intentions, leading her to a life of deceit. Not to mention, the details of her death, as told by Queen Gertrude, are questionable and leave the reader in the shadows regarding the nature of her passing.
In the beginning of the story "A+P," by Updike, the character, Sammy, was an complex character. However, he believe it 's wrong for the girls to walk in the store inappropriately dressed. Later, he feels sorry because he felt like he and Lengel judged them. Lengel, the store manager, felt like it was disrespectful to him and the public shoppers for the girls to show cleavage. Sammy, feeling sorry, quits his job.
Like many Nick sets off to escape monotony in life and to make his fortune. What elevates him, is the way that he manages not to be taken in by and blinded by the glitzy lifestyle of the socialites. On the contrary, when he realizes what his “social superiors” are really like (shallow, hollow, uncaring, and self-serving), he is disgusted and he distances himself from them even though this means committing social suicide. “they’re a rotten crowd….you’re worth the whole damn bunch put together.” (pg 142) In Chapter 3, once again Nick comes across as less mercenary than everyone else in the book as he waits for an invitation to attend one of Gatsby 's parties, and also takes the trouble to seek out his host. Nick has what many of the other characters lack — personal integrity — and his sense of right and wrong helps to raise him above the norm.