She was a leader and without her will to overcome obstacles she would have been defeated. Unlike Ava who didn’t seem to want to change anything about her suffering. Both of the passages would have changed if the characters had different
If they hadn’t kept their wedding, the dual, the plan to come back a secret none of this would have happened. Like it says her talking about their plan “appear like death and in this borrowed likeness of shrunk death thou shalt continue two- and – forty hours, and then awake as from a pleasant sleep.” So if they were already deliberating a plan on death what was to think that couldn’t lead to their real deaths? The secrets were even held between them even if they didn’t mean them to be.
This flaw is pointed out by many in the play, but only one character fits all the traits of a true tragic hero. Creon has a tragic flaw which leads to his downfall, and he realizes his faults in the end. Although Antigone has a very tragic ending, she does not fit all the traits of a tragic hero. Antigone's tragic flaw made her refuse to stop what she planned to do, even if death was the consequence.
To begin, if she would have never screamed the Misfits name when she noticed him, he would not have seen them and felt like he had to kill the entire family and they might have gotten away. This is another instance of how the Grandmother is a
If she would give herself to the Imperials, they would have not found out her secret They would have know that she was not one of them, but from a totaly different civilzation. Jarel said "She had expected to die. Yet she had not been in despair; she had done what she did not out of rebellion against a horrifying fate, but solely out of concern for the keeping of her secret.” This really shows how dedicated she was to not letting the Imperials finding out anything about her and showed her bravery to have the idea to sacrafice
I think it will shows that if curly wife crooks, candy also Lennie had been treated equally also got a proper care Curly’s wife would not have been treated like a lot of trouble which led to her being killed also Lennie would have been cared for correctly instead of becoming a threat to a lot of people. He was unable to do the right thing also Curly’s wife didn’t understand that he hurts her because he just want her to calm down and understand because Lennie is shot because George think is the only choice
I would try to fix the experiment first. If a prisoner breaks down, I would release him from the experiment. No innocent person deserves to go through such emotional abuse like some of the prisoners did. Even though it only lasted a few days, it scarred some of the participants for the rest of their
If these families didn't have this feud then maybe Romeo and Juliet could still be together. Perhaps if the families wasn't feuding then Tybalt wouldn't of fought Romeo which lead to Romeo killing Tybalt. Which then lead to the banishing Romeo. " And for that immediately we do exile him" the prince says. If it were not for the feud then Romeo and Juliet wouldn't have to hide and be secret about there love .
So if the feud wasn’t there then Tybalt wouldn’t have died, Romeo wouldn’t have been banished, and Juliet would never had to go to the friar. Meaning they would have lived. Many might think it was Friar Lawrence's fault because he gave Juliet the potion and plan in the first place. But again, like before, Juliet would have never had to come to him if the feud wasn’t there.
Ronald Carlson wanted nothing more but justice for his sister who had been murdered. Ronald talks about how he would have killed the man with his own hands if he would have gotten the chance but his mind quickly changed after he seen his sister's murder being executed, he has a new view on the situation now. He talks about how watching the execution left him full of horror and emptiness. Ronald asks a question that should be addressed he said, “Our justice system should not be dictated by vengeance.” He asked, “As a society, shouldn’t we be more civilized than the murderers we condemn?”
Although fate has a part in the tragic play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare mainly focuses on the mistakes of the characters. Human mistakes are easier to point out rather than fate. A large amount of readers debate that fate is the main factor of the tragedy, but the tragic play focuses more on the human mistakes and how they are more functional in the cause of the tragedy. The unfortunate events of the “star-crossed lovers” has to do with more than just fate. Shakespeare refers to the mistakes made by Romeo that caused many problems in many directions.
f I were in Perelandra by C.S. Lewis, I would have stayed close to the Woman and not let her associate with the ‘Un-Man’. She would have been in less danger if she wouldn’t have spent as much time with the enemy. I also wouldn’t have allowed Weston to to tempt the Woman as much as he tempted her. I really admire the character of Elwin Ransom for his courage and determination to defeat the ‘Un-Man’. He showed extraordinary bravery by facing an opponent that seemed to be far stronger than he.
This was where the Prince said “If you do not stop these outbreaks, you’ll pay with your lives.” Although the Capulets and Montagues tried to keep their hatred to themselves, Mercutio and Tybalt, the young people of each house, did not. The reason the family feud killed Juliet Capulet was because if the feud had not existed, Romeo and Juliet could have lived in peace and harmony. Furthermore, had the feud not existed, Friar Lawrence would not have had to keep their marriage a secret.
When people defend what they believe in or who they love that is sacrifice. In order to be certain that her two brothers she loved had a proper burial and that their souls could rest, Antigone sacrificed her life. Regardless of the potential outcome; even if that means that she was going to have to challenge her uncle (King Creon), she plans on pursuing her quest. Polynices and Eteocles killed each other in battle for control over Thebes, leaving the city to the new King, Creon Jocasta’s brother and Antigone’s uncle. Because of the actions that Polynices took during the war, Creon labels him a traitor and halts any burial process, leaving his body for the animals (222-234).