They also tried to steal the world that odysseus ' created with his family. No wonder he punished them the way he did. If somebody did those things to me i would want to kill them too. The first way they wronged him is by taking his house over. As soon as they found out odysseus was dead, they started going into his house and living there like they owned the place.
In The Knight 's Tale, there are many different ways that future takes a role in the plot of this particular tale. It starts out with Theseus, overthrowing different groups and people, who then returns to his home with his new queen Hippolyta and her sister Emily. While heading back, he sees women crying and stops to ask them why they are in so much distress. They reply by saying that Creon has killed their husbands and that he will not let them bury them. This happens to be a big deal back then for these people.
With that being said this quote relates to the theme of ambition because it was Macbeth 's ambition to become King and do whatever it takes to do so. In this case, he decided to murder Banquo because he knew he would be a problem later on when he is the King. All in all, a lot of bloody acts have happened because of Macbeth and several of them have been
He’s ambition rise up and with his wife Lady Macbeth’s ideas, he changed from a loyal courtiers to a regicide. Having murdered king Duncan, he usurped the throne. As king he began his tyranny, killing his friends, courtiers and their families, which ultimately caused his own doom. All the great king in the history they all have big ambition. but Macbeth’s didn’t get the things his ambition want, so his ambition drive him to the evil side.
He killed his father, married his mother, yet he tempted his fate , he deserved everything that came his way . He did not want to believe any of it he didn't listen , he thought he knew what was correct , and being the way he was , got the worst part. Oedipus showed disrespect to the gods. His power was a part of his ignorance , being king. He tries to put himself in a god's position , thinking he is that powerful.
He murdered King Duncan to fulfill the witches’ first prophecy to become king, kills Banquo because his family was destined to become rulers over Scotland, and kills all of Macduff's family. The whole story seems to be about Macbeth and all of his efforts to get and keep the throne. Macbeth is definitely a guilty person and is shameful for his action but this is one of the main reasons that he is a fascinating character. Macbeth is described as a warrior honored by the king. Duncan called Macbeth “golden” (1:7,33).
When Macbeth began his plot to gain the throne, Macduff feared for his life and the rest of Scotland’s sanity. Because of this, Macduff went to find Malcolm in England and talk to him and King Edward of England about defeating Macbeth. While in England, Macduff discovered that Macbeth had slaughtered his family. To gain honor for Macduff’s deceased family, Macduff went to kill Macbeth in Act V saying, “… Tyrant, show thy face! If thou be’st slain and with no stroke of mine, My wife, and children’s ghost will haunt me still.” (Scn vii, lns 14-16) In Macduff’s statement, he was saying that if did not seek vengeance on Macbeth, then
Instead these Murderers kill his mother and son. Macbeth’s actions causes Macduff to seek revenge. The Witch’s statement is evident to be true. Macduff and others desire revenge on Macbeth because of his ambition. In the denouement, Macduff, Malcolm, and Siward plan to kill Macbeth.
Many people believed that king Tut was burned or had genetic impairments but I think that he got assassinated. ¨since king Tut did not have a child to succeed him, it appears that Ay decided to seize the crown and declare himself king.¨ Also in the mysteries of egypt article Ay claimed the throne but later dies. Could this be Ays work and he killed king tut or could there be someone else? Could it be Horehomb like in the article it says that all the pharaohs names were scratched out.
Upon arrival he was shown an apparition that told him to beware Macduff (4.1.71-72). Seeing as how Macduff was a threat to his reign, he sent murderers to have him killed. However, seeing that he wasn’t there, they killed his wife and son. Meanwhile, Macduff was in England with Duncan’s son, Malcom, trying to get help to overthrow