Hamlet, written by William Shakespeare, perfectly illustrates the game of hide and seek as Polonius, Claudius and Hamlet hide their true intentions/motives of their actions throughout the play. At the end of the play their true intentions/motives show, and the game ends. Polonius is the father figure; a man who is dedicated to his children, Ophelia and Laertes. Throughout the play,
Lord Capulet not being the accepting father Juliet needs, eventually causes a series of events that lead to Romeo and Juliet killing themselves. Lord Capulet is most at fault for the tragic fate of Romeo and Juliet because he was so controlling over Juliet, forcing her to marry Paris, and moved Paris and Juliet’s wedding day up which resulted in the death of Romeo and Juliet. Lord
In ‘Romeo and Juliet’ the Capulets and Montage's end their feud after the tragedy itself. “O brother Montague, give me thy hand” (Shakespeare 5.3 Page 13). Capulet has realized the harm and effects of the death of the ‘star-crossed lovers’ after losing his precious treasure he felt guilt due to all the cruel words he had said to Juliet. The feud is an important aspect of the book because it was the reason for all the deaths and secrecy. “Doth with their death bury their parents' strife.” (Shakespeare Prologue page 1.)
Abigail had to deal with suffering at a young age, when her parents were brutally murdered in front of her by Native Americans. The death of parents is stressful, more so when you are such a tender age. What happened to Abigail was so stressful that she had a mental breakdown. Abigail developed a sociopathic disorder, from not being able to handle the amount of suffer and stress she had. This suffering caused Abigail to make horrible decisions, she had a relationship with a married man and accused people of being witches.
The feuding families always get a bad ending. In “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare two young enemies fall for eachother but it's not good that they did. The two families are at feud which makes their love deniable. The feud of the families is what caused Romeos and Juliets deaths. For instance when they got married they had to hide their marriage from their families and Juliet had to fake her death.
(Euripides 31). Medea takes pity on herself. This is why the whole play is so horrific. She thinks because she has lost one loved one she must punish him. In result she lost all her loved ones because she murders her own children.
She starts to get all depressed and makes her feel uncomfortable about her mark. In the end, Aylmer tries to remove the mark and when doing so he ends up killing his wife. The mark was connected to her life and when you take it from her she can't live anymore. That shows how there are some consequences for when you try to change people. That is how in the story the, “The Birthmark” Aylmer the main character develops conflict between him and his wife and suffers the consequences from trying to change her.
The story argues family issues and strong connection between family members. It also mention that how family members are dealing with problems. For instance, when İnce Memed left the village, he could not stop thinking of his mother because he left his mother behind as well, so he felt guilty. The reason for his returning to village is that land owner Abdi Ağa murders his mother. Memed is very angry with him so he vow to take the revenge.
Living in a world that only he matter, Hamlet overshadowed everyone. After the brutal death of his father, something awoke in Hamlet and love turned into sadness. Throughout the play by-----, people talked about Hamlet’s obsession with Ophelia. In reality, the obsession was making it seem like Hamlet’s problems were because Ophelia. Everyone was blind to the fact he was depressed and mourning over his lost relationship with his Father and the cruel doing of his Uncle.
After the deaths of his beloved family members, he is enraged and is nudged in the direction of revenge by a close friend. In Eragon, the close friend that pushes him into their rash decision is Saphira: “She left him to ponder her statements. Eragon examined his emotions. It surprised him that, more than grief, he found a searing anger. What do you want me to do...pursue the strangers?