After the two of them, do die, the Friar haves so his plan is never found out. Friar Lawrence, being a man of God, could have gone to the families and told them that the feuding had to end. They may have listened to him. They trusted him, but the Montague’s or the Capulet’s never accepted the peace, until the death of the children, Romeo and Juliet. Friar did not do anything of that, so that is why he should be blamed for young lives of, Romeo and Juliet.
But I ignored their counsel, though that course would have avoided many griefs for us” (Homer 176) . Odysseus's leadership skills improve through the challenges he faces in the book, especially after the Cyclops incident. He thought it would be a good idea to wait so he could finally face and see the cyclops instead of to escape while they could, like his men wanted to. Due to Odysseus's curiosity his men weren't able to escape when they had the chance to and had to suffer being held hostage because of Odysseus's poor leadership skills. Another way Odysseus showed horrible leadership in the beginning was when he put himself before his crewman stating, “I asked my comrades to cast lots to see which men would dare to lift that stake with me and grind it into the Cyclops’ eye when sweet sleep overtook him” (Homer 179).
Oedipus gets furious in light of the fact that Tiresias wIll not uncover the killer of Laius. It is extremely shrewd to utilize this scene to demonstrate Oedipus' temper since this side of him has not been appeared. In the event that they didn't demonstrate this scene, the group of audience/reader may not trust that Oedipus is equipped for the murder at the crossroads. It's like Tiresias makes Oedipus irate deliberately so the group of audience/reader makes sense of reality without him really saying it. W. J. Verdenius quotes, "Tiresias is at once a traditionalist and an exceedingly clever man."
In the tomb he says, “Stay not to question, for the watch is coming; come, go, good Juliet. I dare not stay longer.”(5.3.158-159). Instead of staying with her, he was afraid of the consequence if he was caught there, so he fled and soon after he fled Juliet sacrificed herself to be with Romeo. If Friar Lawrence had stayed with Juliet and not have been scared over the consequence, Juliet could have
But then when William tries to bring back the truth, proctor hit him with the line “Aye, but we did not.” He will do anything to keep his problems undercover. Throughout the play things get worse and worse, finally proctor realizes that the only thing he can do is to
Longstreet knows that Lee’s plan is bound to fail, but Lee doesn’t listen to him. Longstreet knows that Lee will not let him be discharged as commander of the attack, so he doesn’t ask. The depressed Longstreet continues with his duties. Longstreet proceeds to explain his plan, and the listeners are inspired by
The final reason that Friar is to blame is because at the near end of the story all Friar had to do is get Juliet out of the tomb after she woke up, so she wouldn 't see Romeo 's dead body next to her, which he tried to but he obviously failed. He also could have stayed after Juliet saw his body to make sure she wouldn 't have killed herself. Instead he ran away because he heard someone coming and he didn 't want to get caught and seen as a grave robber. He could have forced her to come with him when he ran out of the tomb but he let her stay which led to her death after romeo already kilt himself thinking she was
I was afraid of getting hurt. That’s what I told myself as I turned my back to the alley, to Hassan” (Hosseini 77). He simply left because he was scared and trying to find any reason to leave. After all, he was too scared what was going to happen to himself rather than what would happen if he stood up for Hassan. Previously before he chose to run he tried to avoid what was happening by thinking about past memories or dreams.
Being good is sacrificing the good of your being, health, and life for the needed benefit of others who are suffering. Yes, Sohrab was suffering, but Amir was denying traveling back to his past on the phone until he said, “There is a way to be good again.” At that exact moment, Amir agreed to go back. Amir brought his fate upon himself, and he had two chances to correct the past that in the end can never be repaired. Not only is the past of Amir scarred, but the past of Rahim, Hassan, Baba, and Sohrab have forever been shattered, and it’s in too many little shards of glass for Amir to place each piece back together again, trying to resemble what his life and everyone else’s life should have been compared to what it is now and will forever
They will go to any extent to prove it to others and each other. When they were under pressure from Juliet’s father, Lord Capulet, they didn’t think their actions through. Romeo, Juliet, and even Capulet all make impetuous mistakes that end up affecting another. Capulet is a very controlling father and after he sees Juliet in pain he compulsively thinks that if he sets Paris and Juliet up in a marriage, then Juliet will be happy. Capulet doesn’t even consult Juliet because he thinks he knows what she wants, but in reality he doesn't know anything.
Q: Is Hamlet know Claudius wants to kill him on his way to England? A: I think Hamlet has no idea about Claudius’s plan, but he doesn’t want to leave. He didn’t do any revenge yet, so he doesn’t want to leave. He may realizes Claudius knows he knows the truth, but I think he doesn’t know Claudius wants to kill him right