While Jay Gatsby was praised by Fitzgerald and other characters throughout the Great Gatsby only his success separates him from anyone else with a dream and self-discipline. Fitzgerald utilizes Nick Carraway in setting Gatsby on an elusive pedestal. Throughout the book Nick narrates his view of his curious neighbor and the honorable qualities he perceives in him. His reputation for lavish parties and insurmountable wealth further his climb into seemingly impassable righteousness as characters throughout the book fawn over Gatsby’s boisterous parties. His polished variant of his life story only builds the argument that he is indeed great.
Creon had his chance at a 'Happily Ever After ' if he could only control his obstinacy. Of course, the king 's pride clouds his judgment and leads to his utter downfall and cataclysmic realization of his faults. Through his story, it is evident that Creon is the tragic hero of the story Antigone because he exhibits the traits of stature, hamartia, and catharsis. Antigone, Ismene, Haimon, Eurydice, and a strong kingdom all stand tall by Creon as his most prized possessions loving family. Resembling all things in life, these valuables were not easily gained- but can be easily lost.
He finally grasps the chance into talking to the old man, De Lacey and he acknowledges that if he fails in being accepted by them he will be "an outcast in the world for ever". The creatures first encounter with a human being only proves how humane it is, despite his horrid appearance as the old man is delighted with him "I am blind, and cannot judge of your countenance but there is something in your words which persuades me that you are sincere". However, the younger citizens of the cottage enter and the creature is back to square one as they immediately react defensively against it- conveying how the creature will never be accepted with such distorted appearance since it is immediately identified as inhumane and
Oedipus Tyrannus illustrates that Reason is an elusive concept that humans are often unable to rely on, due to external forces, such as having incomplete knowledge of a situation. Even when humans are able to effectively use reason and have it inform their actions, ultimately it is far less influential and powerful than Fate, and the Will of the Gods. Sophocles characterizes Oedipus as being an extremely likeable and worthy hero. In the first scene of the play, he is shown to care greatly about the people of Thebes, is a caring husband to
Zamyatin perseus the conventions of a science fiction genre but it becomes incidental so he can criticize his society’s goal on controlling equality when personal freedom is sacrificed. Within the development of writing his novel through a criticism mindset, he conceives a new genre of literature, dystopian. Dystopian novels are recognized for warning
From his initial youth, Gatsby loathed poverty and longed for prosperity and sophistication. Such a short title, The Great Gatsby raises a lot of questions. There are two ways to read the title. One is to see it as an ironic and another is to understand it directly. Gatsby rises to the high class of society in a dishonest way; he's earned his fortune through illegal activities and tries his best to hide his past.
Throughout the novel Gatsby’s actions towards others are used to support his own amusement and pleasure, and once that person served their purpose Gatsby cut them out of his life forever. Gatsby views himself as divine while his sense of self-importance makes him believe that he is above everyone else. At times Gatsby speaks of himself as though he were actually divine: "The truth...that he... Sprang from his Platonic conception of himself. He was a son of a God" (Fitzgerald 98).
These three main characters had different personality that made the story more interesting. Dorian Gray was full of himself wishing to remain in youth, in return, he was willing to sacrifice his own soul and unfortunately his wish came true. Thus, this makes Dorian Gray commit all the sins he wants and only the portrait got affected as he become immortal and not aging, not a single wrinkle in his face. Second character is Lord Henry which was Basil’s friend when Dorian Gray first met him. Lord Henry enthralled Dorian Gray with his world view, which was an extreme hedonism form as he assumed that the only worthwhile life of a person spent was by pursuing beauty and satisfaction for the senses.
However, whereas Macbeth initially displays noble qualities, Tamburlaine’s attitude is always that of the merciless tyrant. Although such characteristics as his love for Zenocrate suggest humanity, they are not enough to reduce the general impression of his merciless infernall cruelty. Despite this cruelty, Tamburlaine continues to command respect, the dynamism of his action and suffering attracting interest, even sympathy in his audiences. His strength is bigger than that of his enemies and his downfall is never imagined in terms of military defeat. Rather, it is the deaths of his wife and son that lead to his gradual decline.
Living The Reality Rather Than Chasing The Impossible Willy Loman ultimate dream was to achieve perfection By Turki Al-Al-Suwailem Rational Throughout my report I have chosen to illustrate how Willy Loman in the story of Death of a salesman has lived by all his life by searching for perfection rather than reality. Willy lived to chase his unachievable dream rather than living the reality. His unrealistic connection between his reality and what he dreams to be has led him to death. His wrong judgments’ that are based on materialism and capitalism are a symbol of Willy’s dream to become a wealthy person. My presented report symbolizes realistic circumstances in which Willy build up a fear of abandonment, this feeling what made him want his family