Did you know that emotions can lead to bloodshed? In the book Hamlet by William Shakespeare which the book is about a sad tragedy. The main character Hamlet thinks his dad was killed by someone, so he is on his journey to find out who did it. I believe that emotions holds the greatest power of all. Emotions can influence the decision make, it can lead to a lot of deaths, and it can create hatred between people.
Ambition is a strong source of hope and strive for many people, and this ambition can lead to both good and bad results. In The Tragedy of Macbeth, William Shakespeare shows how the main character, Macbeth, and his strong ambitions can be led astray by outside forces as well as his own feelings for greatness. In the play, Macbeth is a strong warrior that is respected by all, but throughout the play, he is influenced by the evil around him and ultimately turns into an ambitious monster that craves power as well as the throne. Through his ambitions, Macbeth turns corrupt and slowly becomes so evil that even his guilt feeds his ambitions. Ambition can be a good sense of strive, but when influenced and supported by the wrong people, it can also be used as a
In William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo’s actions clearly show his immaturity characterizing him as both irresponsible and childish. He makes crucial choices that set the storyline of the whole play, dooming many which is sadly unfortunate. The beginning of the tragedy
Tybalt is the character most to blame for the tragic events in Romeo and Juliet because he caused the families to get their first strike, started the second fight, and by killing Mercutio made Romeo anger, so Romeo killed Tybalt therefore getting himself banned and causing the events that follow. Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he started the first fight, causing the two feuding families to get their first strike. In the first Act of the play two servants of each house start a ruckus. They start to fight when Benvolio of the Montague house comes and tries to put a stop to it. Then along comes Tybalt who is always eager to start a
It was his own free will, his own actions, that caused him most of the trouble he went through. Macbeth told his wife that he was uneasy about having to kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth was very manipulative and caused Macbeth to quit questioning himself and follow through. Macbeth went into Duncan’s sleeping chamber with the dagger and killed him. That was all Macbeth.
In short, the Feud is the reason that Tybalt was upset by Romeo’s appearance at the Capulet party. As well, it is the reason Romeo and Juliet had to run off and get married in secret. The Feud is what put all of the death in motion starting with the fight is scene 1 of act 1. The Feud was an important factor that everyone had while making their choices and decisions; therefore, it is responsible for the death and destruction in this play. All decisions have either good or bad consequences, some decisions seem harmless and have a huge impact while others can seem like the end of the world yet amount to nothing.
Nearly, if not every line spoken by Mercutio after the entrance of tybalt’s crew, is meant only to enrage and belittle them. (3.1.##) Simply by reading the mood of the situation and believing himself a little less to be “god’s gift to verona”, would the situation have a much better chance of being resolved. If mercutio had only thought reasonably through the situation, he would have realised that maybe tybalt was dangerous and provoking him isn't the best idea, as opposed to act impulsively on his ego. The final opponent is romeo, acting on his passion for vengeance. Now interestingly, romeo does not get slain, but his actions cause his banishment and Juliet's unwanted marriage proposal which in turn cause the faked death plan, and romeo's very real suicide.
In Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, it is evident that many of the characters show rash and impetuous behaviour. One such character is Tybalt. Although Tybalt displayed his rash and impetuous tendencies throughout the entirety of the play, it is one of his actions in particular that affects the rest of the play more so than any other - Mercutio's murder. When Tybalt killed Mercutio, it caused Romeo’s banishment, Capulet to try to force Juliet into marrying Paris, and the eventual death of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo’s banishment has a direct cause, that of which is Tybalt’s murder of Mercutio.
Placing the Blame The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet truly becomes a tragedy once Mercutio, Romeo’s close friend, is killed by the hand of Tybalt. Multiple claims could be made regarding who is responsible for Mercutio’s death, but he himself is ultimately to blame. Once Tybalt approaches him, Mercutio begins to instigate. The heat at the time of this scene was hardly bearable, making matters worse as Mercutio quickly becomes irritable. He made insulting comments and aggravating remarks, pushing Tybalt to the point of fighting.
In William Shakespeare’s tragedy, Macbeth, the namesake protagonist is caught in the ever present struggle between right and wrong. Throughout the play, many characters are seduced by the corruption of power. Macbeth’s fate is decided when he makes a series of bad choices to follow his ambitions towards power and sends him on a path of self destruction. Throughout the play, Macbeth’s actions are controlled by either his quest to gain more power, or by the manipulative power that his wife, Lady Macbeth, holds over him. When the play begins, the reader sees that Macbeth is already a man of great power, for he is a successful General and the Thane of Glamis.