It is a symbol of guilt, and how when you do things this bad, the guilt can really never leave you. Guilt was indirectly the downfall of Macbeth, and was the downfall of Lady Macbeth. After killing Duncan, Macbeth proceeds to kill the guards, a totally logical move. But he then says that he killed the guards placing himself under the suspicion of many. He tries to save himself but still Macduff and others are suspicious of him.
Fighting discrimination and creating an equal society takes great wisdom and strength. Both the book titled Opening Day and the film titled The Book Thief share themes of wisdom overcoming discrimination: Opening Day reveals how Jackie Robinson had to be smart when fighting discrimination; similarly, the film titled The Book Thief illustrates Liesel’s need to be wise when helping
She sets out to uncover the whole truth to what happened to save herself and her mentality from what could drive her over the edge. Heros in the typical sense are people who go out and save others. Julia brings justice for herself. She is brave, delving into a difficult and upsetting moment in her life to understand her situation. She brought up memories and situations that caused a mental disorder (PTSD) to develop for her.
Then once they go out, many of the angry citizens brutally kill a poet named Cinna after mistaking him for the conspirator of the same name, showing how no one excused Brutus’ action because of his good intentions. But once Brutus hears about this, he knows that he is good as dead, so he tries one more desperate attempt to save himself by waging war. But that night, Caesar’s ghost haunts him in his dreams. Then the next day, both Cassius Brutus know that there is no longer anything they can do, so Cassius kills himself using the sword he used to kill Caesar. Then, Brutus kills himself as well.
Hamlet is wrong because he gets himself killed and he was not in his right mind. His conscience did not kill him but it sure helped kill him because he wanted to act tough and not back down. An example is ophelia kills herself after going into madness because of hamlet. Hamlet was not only hurting/killing himself he was also hurting the others around him too. He drove claudius into paranoidness because claudius was scared that he was going to kill him and hamlet did succeed but he also died too, an eye for an eye.
This tells us the reasoning that people believed proved that the Jews were guilty. As it says for this reason they were burned in these places as well as any other place that the word they should be burnt spread to. “However in Basel the citizens marched to the city-hall and compelled the council to take an oath that they would burn the Jews, and that they would allow no Jew to enter the city for the next two hundred years. Thereupon the Jews were arrested in all these places.” In some places the Jews had admitted to poisoning the water so they were burned. In some places however the Government believed the Jews should be left alone.
Naive A hopeless case, that is what Bruno was a hopeless case cause Bruno was the actual hopeless case cause Bruno was naive about the Holocaust and he was marched straight into a gas chamber and killed, and it was bad because his father should have told him about out-with and all the dangers it had to do with the kids and Bruno still might have meet Shmuel but would not have helped him find his papa. Bruno being naive about the Holocaust was bad because his father should have told him the Jews were bad people and he would have had a different mindset towards Shmuel. The father thought that the Jews were bad people. He thought this because he was under the fuhrer command and was told that they were bad people
Throughout the entire novel Lennie makes several mistakes which lead up to his own death by his buddy George. George is Justified for killing Lennie because Lennie was holding him back from keeping the job. Lennie’s actions would lead to the getting fired or even shot. George had the obligation to kill Lennie because of Lennie’s regretful actions. First off, George and Lennie were both kicked out of Weed because Lennie grabs everything he likes and ended up grabbing a girl’s dress, the girl screamed he grabbed tighter.
Arise, black vengeance, from the hollow hell! (III.iii.458-462). After Othello’s second meeting with Iago he is fully convinced that Desdemona must die, falling for Iago’s trap he loses all sense of rationale. Othello’s jealousy gets the best of him and it only gets worse when he abandons the love he has for Desdemona and begins to prepare for her killing. He is fully responsible for trusting Iago, instead of questioning Iago and going to Desdemona for clarification; he believes Iago without any sufficient evidence.
He wants to put Tom Robinson in jail for something he didn't even do because he is racist. These events are the same to the Rise of Hitler because Hitler kills a lot of Jews, when the Jews didn't do anything to him, because he is racist and has hatred towards