When Roger Chillingworth was talking with Hester, “he lifted his hands with a look of horror, as if he had beheld some frightful shape…of his own image in a glass” (pg.125). Chillingworth looks into a mirror and realize he has turn into a devil. His reflection in the mirror reveals his dark and evil side that gives him a sense of horror. He now truly realizes his own image. The minister lock himself in a closet because he want to kept vigils as a payment of his repentance and sometimes, “viewing his own face in a looking glass by the most powerful light which he could throw upon it” (pg.96).
It has come to belief, that Betty and Ruth have both been placed into coma-like symptoms by the “Devil” a disconnected with the outside world. This idea that the Devil is prevalent in Salem causes a rapid spread of fear throughout the town. This sickness then transforms into the first idea that the Devil is able “control” others, ultimately aiding the Devil’s authority and control over the townsfolk. As well, as Abigail accuses Tituba of calling to the spirits, Parris and Putnam threaten her with death in spite to discover the truth. After listening to such violent repercussions, Tituba comes to admit that she “don 't desire to work for him”(44) though implying contact between the Devil and herself.
Several mysterious deaths happen during their stay, and William is asked to conduct an investigation, but is forced to stop when the inquisitor Bernardo Guidoni arrives. A hunchback and a peasant girl are wrongly convicted of the murders, and William is further motivated to find the real murderer. William and Adso go into the monastery’s secret labyrinth library, which holds a copy of a secret book that everyone wants to read – Aristotle’s Poetics, which praises the power of laughter. Venerable Jorge, a very old monk, does not want other monks to read this book for fear that it will undermine their religious belief. William figures out that Jorge has stained the corners of the pages of this secret book with poisoned ink, so that anyone who reads it, and licks their fingers to turn the pages, will be killed.
On the contrary, “The Devil and Tom Walker”, the main character, realized that his deal with the devil was bad for him, he tried to deceive the devil. At the end, he was taken by the devil and everything he had earned became nothing. “On searching his coffers all his bonds and mortgages were found reduced to cinders. In place of gold and silver his iron chest was filled with chips and shavings; two skeletons lay in his stable instead of his half-starved horses, and the very next day his great house took fire and was burnt to the ground”. (Washington,1824, p.10 ) Similarly, they both deserved what they ask for because they desired something more
Whenever his wife complains, he stubbornly breaks the talk by saying her to drink alcohol and go to sleep. Be it his house or the police station, he asserts his dominance on people around. He is the kind of a man whose virtues are infected by his stubbornness. With all the power in his hand, he indirectly took a major in Kali’s death along with others. The character of Shoumik was played by Ronit Roy in the film.
Winston writes in his journal about his hatred for the party saying, “Down with Big Brother.” He writes this quote many times in the journal because he wants the people to rebel from the control of tyranny government. He conforms to society when Julia and Winston meet in Victoria Square and being, “shoulder to shoulder, both staring fixedly in front of them.” The reason he conforms to this society is to not get caught, in fear of being vaporized by the government. However, in the end he gets caught by the Thought Police and tortured enough to love Big Brother. He finally finds love for Big Brother, and then gets vaporized and never seen again. Another character in the novel that also rebels against The Party but in a hidden manner is Julia.
In the shot where Neil removes his clothes, the foreground clearly shows his crown and school jacket placed on the chair side by side. The crown is associated with acting, which to Neil represents defiance of authority and the unrelenting pursuit of passion. The jacket, on the other hand, represents conformity with the group of boys because it refers to the scene where all the boys left school together to go to the cave. In addition, Peter Weir’s decision of having the suicide take place in the father’s working room, which is the epitome of traditionalism, further emphasizes the incongruence between
Firstly, he killed the old man because of his eye. Additionally , he claimed that he kept hearing the heartbeat when the old man was dead. In closing, he had no control over himself. The difference between a sane person and an insane person is how they think and act. The narrator is obviously insane since he acted easy and normal in situations that are expected to be handled differently, like the time the policemen came to question him about the noises coming out of the house.
Okonkwo is the protagonist, so it makes sense for him to demonstrate a lot of pride which he undeniably does. Okonkwo is constantly bragging and boastful talking about how many men he or Umuofia has killed and is constantly scared to be perceived as weak. An early example of this is in chapter 7 when Okonkwo kills Ikemefuna. He is advised by his elders not to go and just stay at home. But Okonkwo goes anyway, which leads to him killing Ikemefuna because "He was afraid of being thought weak."
And it was said that the men were angles sent to clean Muhammad's heart from the Satan in every human heart so that his heart was empty with suspicion and focused to monotheism. Mean while Abdu Allah has ran to his mother and told her that a man killed my brother, Halimah and her husband rush to Muhammad in worry, but when they found him he was all right and face was only white, and it was said by anas bin malik that her saw the stitch marking on his