Old Capulet said he will drag Juliet to the wedding if she denied that he would kick her out of his house without anything. “To blazes with her, the worthless creature!” (Shakespeare, III. V. 167-168)Capulet basically forced Juliet to drink the potion because she had to have a way to get out of the house or run away to get with Romeo.I still think that Friar Lawrence and Old Capulet still should be punished and Balthazar should be pardoned because all he was supposed to do was give a letter to Romeo’s parents. The answer to the joke is 7,8,9. In conclusion, Old Capulet and Friar Lawrence should be punished and Balthazar should be pardoned.
This excitement in Macbeth leads him to have an interest in becoming the king which is why he wants to hear more from the witches. In addition, Lady Macbeth carries on to pressure Macbeth which causes him to be responsible for an immoral action that he allows to happen. In Macbeth’s castle, Lady Macbeth trys to convince Macbeth to kill King Duncan, and believes that Macbeth is being weak when he disagrees. Lady Macbeth says, “Like the poor cat ‘i’ the adage?” (1.7 45). After Macbeth’s response, Lady Macbeth says, “When you durst do it, then you were a man; And, to be more then you what you were, you would Be so much more the man” (1.7 49-51).
Thomas Putnam was accusing all of his neighbors of witchcraft so that he can buy their land. Giles Corey tells the court that a man told him that Putnam was wrongfully accusing people so he could buy their land, but Giles would not reveal to the court who gave him this information. Giles Corey states “you know well why not! He’ll lay in jail if I give his name!” (Miller 187). He’s telling the court the reason why he wont give the mans name up because he doesn’t want the man to be put in jail.
Obviously the queen didn’t believe what he was saying because she says “These words like daggers enter in mine ears.” (DOC C.). But in all of this Polonius was listening to the whole conversation so when Polonius thought that Hamlet was trying to hurt the queen he yelled something from the tapestry… Of course Hamlet automatically assumed that it was the king so he stabbed him… then he saw it was Polonius and he couldn’t believe it but he still tried to convince his mother. But before all of this the ghost in the beginning said “against thy mother aught: leave her to heaven and to those thorns that in her bosom lodge, to prick and sting her…” (DOC A). Then the ghost makes an appearance in the room and reminds Hamlet that he needs to talk to his mother but don’t make it sound like it was her fault. So in this passage the Ghost thinks that Hamlet’s actions aren’t justified because he still hasn’t killed the king
Next day the men go down to the court and try to free their wives. John and his friends try to tell the court that the children are lying, but the court wouldn´t listen nor believe them because they have already killed innocent
Go and inspect your rifles!”. It happened in the scene which Raleigh enters with his letter and Stanhope immediately tells Raleigh of his ‘censoring letters policy’ that Stanhope has to censor all letters, when in fact he doesn’t, he is just checking that Raleigh is not telling his sister of any changes. The real anger within Stanhope is unleashed and the relationship takes a turn for the worse, and the stress within Stanhope, which he didn’t want Raleigh to witness, is then shown and we find that there is no trust between them. But nearing the end Raleigh is hit by a bullet fragment from the raid and was swiftly brought down by the soldiers to Osborne’s bed, at this part Sherriff uses foreshadowing to make the audience know that Raleigh is going to die. Stanhope looks at Raleigh and says, ‘ Well, Jimmy you got one quickly’, at this part Sherriff
The play initially begins with Antigone speaking with her sister, Ismene, about how she seeks assistance with a criminal act. Having her sister explain the faults in her plan, Antigone proceeded with the illegal burial of her brother. Civil disobedience is defined by “the refusal to comply with a law as a way of political protest”. Antigone was protesting the political standpoint of the king with whom she believed to be wrong because he was not willing to comply with the rule of the gods. Civil disobedience will, for the majority of the time, lead to an uprising consisting of a relatively large number of people.
He was then sentenced to be stripped of the burial rite as decreed by the new king Creon. The second was Antigone who defied the decree and gave her brother the burial rite he was stripped of. She pleaded that she was only following what was right not by what was dictated by a mere mortal but by what their god willed. She was then sentenced to death by exiling her to a prison and leaving her to die. The third was Creon who was punished by their gods by refusing to give a burial rite to the dead and accusing and sentencing to death
Juliet was supposed to get married to a guy named Paris but she did not want to get married to him her parents got very angry and said many harsh thing she went to the preacher and he gave her a liquid or poison that put her to sleep but everything would stop she would be cold so everyone would think she would be dead so she wouldn 't have to get married Romeo never got the letters that Frair sent to him and when he heard the news that she was dead he bought poison and when she woke to see him dead she killed her self with a knife next to him . if Frair was not in the story alot would change one way that the story
In Arthur Miller’s original manuscript, there is a scene about John Proctor and Abigail meeting the woods. Proctor talks to Abigail and reveals that he will “make [her] famous for the whore that [she] is!” if she does not clear his wife’s name in court (143). Later, Miller decides to take out this scene. This scene is unnecessary to the play because it destroys the surprise and suspense of what will happen in the next act. The extra scene should be taken out because John Proctor is revealing what he plans to do later in court.
Main character John Proctor has a drastic change in the play when his wife Elizabeth Proctor is accused of being a witch. Proctor in the beginning of the play is a hotheaded sinner to becoming a man who wants redemption to what he committed. When we are first introduced to Proctor in Act I it is known that he has an affair with Abigail Williams. Proctor has committed lechery. In Act II Proctor is known of