Some dreamers of the golden dream by Joan Didion is about love and death. Cork and Lucille miller was married and had kids and were living a good life. Later on in the story cork miller is dead in a Volkswagen and Lucille miller was sentenced for life. I'm here to argue why Lucille miller is guilty for his death and her being sentenced for life is correct and I totally 100% agree with the judges' discussions. in this essay I will give you reasoning and evidence on why I think Lucille miller is guilty. Sure, many people say she isn't the cause of his death, but lucille was making very poor choices while she was with cork miller on their marriage.
Arthur Williams died on October 5th, 2015. Queenie Williams was out at the country club with her friends until she arrived home around one in the morning to supposedly find her husband dead at the bottom of the stairs. His wife is believed to be the alleged killer based on evidence at the crime scene.
Last friday, a tragedy happened in the parking lot of Trey Community College in Springfield, Kentucky. What seemed to be an average morning turned into a scene from a horror movie. On this seemingly regular Friday morning, a sophomore student, Isaiah Teller, took out a gun and fired four shots at his fellow students, and then one at himself.
A woman named Martha, wife of Jeff Hardy, has been found dead on the road traveling through the valley of ashes. Martha 's cause of death was an automobile that was going about 100 miles over the speed limit. The main witness who is coincidentally a friend to the Hardys, Michaelis, claimed that the automobile was big and yellow (149). Michaelis stated that the license plate was fake because the numbers were in numerical order all the way up to 9. He claimed that the driver was wearing a mask of some sort. He also claimed that the automobile seemed to be going too fast for the roadway it was traveling on. Michaelis was the first to check to see if she was still alive (147). He described her as mutilated and in urgent need of attention if she
Everyone at some point in their life will be selfish. The selfishness that will be discussed is not about sharing, but the selfishness that hurts people through our actions. Daisy Buchanan is a prime example of a selfish character. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, Daisy Buchanan’s selfishness is present through many different events that happen throughout the novel.
The Bible states, “Thou shalt not kill” because killing someone or something is a sin (Exodus 20: 13). The Misfit and his acquaintances had committed a sin; however, grace stepped in and forgave them. O’Connor’s “A Good Man Is Hard To Find” portrays violence and evil by a way of redeeming grace. The Misfit stated, “It’s no real pleasure in life” and he knew he had done wrong, yet Jesus Christ freed him from his sins by ending the curse on humanity (O’Connor 295). The Bible said, “ For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law; but under grace”; the Misfit, his acquaintance, and the grandmother were all under grace even though they had done wrong (Romans 6:14).
When we first learned about the death of a 22 year old Indigenous man, it was presented to us as a racial killing. However, as we acquired more knowledge about the case, it became clear that it was more complicated than we had initially thought. Without doing any personal research on the incident, it was easy to believe the hearsay that surrounded the case. Even though Gerald Stanley claimed self defense, Colten Boushie's death was unwarranted. Gerald was acquitted as a result of as you dive into the case, there is more than meets the eye, Gerald Stanley had a smart defense team, and society played a role in the ruling.
Young. Smart. Activist. Whistleblower. Dead. All of these words can be used to describe one person, Karen Silkwood. Silkwood was a young woman who was very bright, and worked for the Kerr-McGee plutonium plant. When she decided to become an advocate and an informer for better working conditions at her job, it may have cost her, her life. Karen Silkwood’s ill-timed death is a mystery to most, but the main two theories on what happened to her are that she was ran off the road by another car or her crash was just an accident.
Both tom Buchanan and George Wilson are two vastly different people but are alike in the most unusual ways. They are the only two characters in the book to use violence; both say they “love” Myrtle and both fight for their women only when they are about to lose them. That is where the similarities cease. Tom is the man who cheats on his wife daisy, with George 's wife Myrtle, and then proceeds to slap her when she would not stop speaking Daisy 's name. George, on the other hand, is a passionate and faithful husband to Myrtle and is crushed to learn that she was cheating on him so much so that he assassinates Gatsby whom he thinks was cheating with myrtle and murdered to get rid of the evidence of his adultery.
In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Jay Gatsby was murdered by George Wilson Husband of Myrtle. In the court of law there’s only one person who was responsible and guilty for the murder of Jay Gatsby. Although in the eyes of god there was more than one person responsible for the murder or had the ability to stop the outcome of the murder. Weather it was Tom being honest about his affair, Daisy doing the right thing and stopping during the accident or Jay Gatsby himself by taking control of the situation and doing what was good for both Daisy and himself instead of just what 's best for Daisy. Tom, Myrtle, Daisy, and Gatsby were selfish and self centered leading them to become Morally responsible for the death of Jay Gatsby.