Being smart is good but it can be a bit mean to other people and a bit arrogant. The characters Uncle Basil from ‘’You Can’t Take It With You’’ and Ian Malcolm from the The Lost World are both smart because they both do things unexpected and they like to prove their points. In the short story ‘’You Can’t Take It With You’’ Uncle Basil is smart because he was able to prove his family wrong. Uncle Basil is smart ‘’ They called him scrooge basil’’ (Wuorio 1) and they would insult him behind his back. Uncle Basil is smart because he was able to take the money that his family wanted greedly by hiding it in his coffin and getting cremated with it.
Because they have a lust or thrill to kill and they take time to torture their victims and they are really normal and smart. The book says that they mostly have a bad childhood where they got bullied and were beaten by their parents. Some killers just want to kill people because something in their brain just tells them to kill people. Our brain has an Orbital Cortex that helps us make choices and for serial killers have a lower Orbital Cortex also their amygdala make them not have emotions so when they're killing a people they won't show sympathy to the victim. The brain scan of all the serial killers always has the same
Though a naturally gentle being, Frankenstein’s creation gradually transforms into a bitter and vengeful existence that murders his creator’s beloved ones. His transformation into a blood lusting and seemingly remorseless murderer is a tragic instance. However, when the story comes to an end, readers learn of the internal conflicts he goes through. As his creator finally passes away, he expresses his immense suffering to Robert Walton, who has promised Frankenstein to destroy his creation. “You hate me, but your abhorrence cannot equal that with which I regard myself… Blasted as thou wert, my agony was still superior to thine, for the bitter sting of remorse will not cease to rankle in my wounds until death shall close them forever” (Shelley 276).
What would he do if his close friend was just murdered by a group of people he knew? In the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, Caesar (the title character) was killed by a group of conspirators. Caesar’s closest friend, Marc Antony, was enraged by his death and wanted revenge on the conspirators who killed him. However, Antony couldn’t kill the conspirators so he turned a crowd of confused mourners into a chaotic mob with a well spoken speech. In the speech he used ethos, patho, and logos.
We get to know that Frederic is a good friend too; he will risk his life just to feed them. Occasionally, he is a big liar. For ex when he meets Catherine he tells her that he adores her before he really does. He tells his doctor that he has killed enemies in battle when he hasn’t. However, the second main character of the novel is Catherine Barkley (Static Character).
Also because of the love of sister and aunt, Hannibal 's personality gradually distorted to a deeper darkness. Although Hannibal is a devil and a madman to the social system, he gives readers the impression that he is more just and lovely than law and power. He is free from both the law and the state
He was because he was feared by many people, but also loved by many people. According to Machiavelli, (2000) A good leader is one who is feared and loved at the same time. Hitler was a bad leader because he rushed into things without completely thinking them through. Hitler was a good leader because he ran his country the way he wanted to. Hitler was a powerful speaker.
Additionally, after she struck her husband, she thought that it was “funny” on how “he remained standing” for a while. Usually after committing a crime, people would immediately feel guilty and sorry, but Mary though it was “funny” and even “giggled” when the detectives ate the evidence. The readers would say she went insane after killing her husband and feeding his colleagues with the murder weapon, which creates tension within the readers. Briefly, Roald Dahl uses insanity to create suspense in ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’ as people that are insane are unpredictable, leading the audience to anticipate the ending of the
Firstly, the barber contemplates on killing Captain Torres, the executioner, so he would stop killing the rebels, but does not want to be a murderer. It was a regular day for the barber and suddenly Captain Torres comes in and talks about capturing and killing rebels, to the barber who is a rebel. While Captain Torres was laying on the chair all the barber could think about is that he had the man who directed all the executions, now in his hands. He thinks to himself how easily he could slice Captain Torres’ throat, but also thinks to himself: “I 'm a revolutionary, not a murderer”(Téllez 50). The barber wants to kill Captain Torres because of all the executions, but at the same time he is a cautious barber who is proud of his profession so he continues shaving.
He developed a deep love for the noble, albeit impoverished, family. Seeking some kind of human relationship, to be more accurate, just any kind of contact, he first tried to talk to the oldest family member as he was blind and the monster knew that his hideous physiognomy, excites not only disgust but more so fear. However, the other members of the family returned unexpectedly, and drove him with stones from the cottage. Upon this, the monsters sorrow increased, and he cursed his creator and his own hideousness. Thus, his thirst for revenge on Victor, whose whereabouts he had discovered from the laboratory notebooks.