In F. Scott Fitzgerald 's story "Winter Dreams,” Dexter Green, the protagonist, falls in love with Judy Jones at first sight and decides to pursue her throughout the story. Dexter constantly strives to make Judy his wife but finally realizes it is impossible to possess her. After several years, Dexter hears news about Judy’s faded beauty and feels disillusioned. In the story, Judy is a perfect representation of his “winter dreams.” His “winter dreams” are his desire to pursue a rich life fulfilled by the “glittering things” such as wealth and status. When he realizes the vanity of Judy’s beauty, he also learns the hollow nature in his winter dreams.
In the play, Hamlet, written by Shakespeare, the main character, Hamlet, and his family are all driven by evil ambitions. Hamlet was driven mad by a desperate need to avenge his father’s murder. His step-father, Claudius, killed his own brother over jealousy and lust for the throne. Hamlet’s mother assisted her brother-in-law in killing her husband and persisted in up the crime so that she could remain queen as she lived in a virtually incestuous relationship with him. The cruel, bizarre, and unethical behaviors exhibited by Hamlet and his family stem from the severe depravity of mind from which they all suffer.
Just think how a story would be without foreshadowing in it. Two men George and Lennie are two guys who go to a little farm to find work, so they can have the American dream. Lennie though keeps getting in trouble and ends up doing more (kills Curley 's wife) which is a character in the novel. So, he heads to the place George told him to go if he even got into trouble. George met him there that night after he killed Curley 's wife and he took Carlson 's gun and killed him.
The different marriages in this novel are unexpected, interesting, and even heart warming. These characters all get married under different circumstances, but in the end they all happened for a reason to create a more well rounded story. The first marriage seen in the novel is between Mr. and Mrs. Bennet. Their marriage is one of a kind to say the least. Mrs. Bennet is overdramatic when it comes to finding husbands for each of her daughters, whereas Mr. Bennet could care less if his daughters find a handsome, wealthy man, he just likes to joke around and make fun of his wife because she is foolish.
Revenge is shown in the novel in three main examples. The first one is when the peasants take the life of Foulon. The second example is when Gaspard kills the Marquis. The final example of revenge found is when Madame Defarge goes after the Evrémonde’s for the death of her family. Some people may argue that people don’t always thrive for revenge, but throughout the whole novel, the peasants cannot resist the urge to get their revenge.
At Cold Mountain Penitentiary in Georgia, nobody waiting for capital punishment has known about sinister violations with likeness of John Coffey's; Coffey was indicted physically abusing and killing two young ladies, who were sisters. At the point when Coffey arrives to the penitentiary, waiting for capital punishment, called the Green Mile for the shade of its carpet, person in charge of the guards Paul Edgecombe as of now watches over the debased insane person "Billy the Kid" Wharton and Eduard "Del" Delacroix, and the vicious protect Percy Wetmore. It is 1932, and the hot seat, "Old Sparky," anticipates the detainees' last, natural judgment. Paul recounts the story in the primary individual, relating occasions that occurred in 1932 to
Discuss the character development of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and the three witches Macbeth: In the beginning of the play Macbeth is a brave soldier that fights for his country and King but after being told by the 3 witches that he will become Thane of Cawdor and later King he is overcome by ambition and easily tempted by his wife into killing King Duncan. After killing King Duncan, Macbeth becomes paranoid and begins to kill anyone he suspects of being against him including his best friend Banquo. Due to his paranoia and guilt he cannot sleep as we see after he kills King Duncan he hears a voice that says, “Macbeth doth murder sleep. He later becomes crazy due to the thought of someone finding out he was the one who murdered King Duncan and is feared by his people as he rules as a tyrant. His ambition ultimately destroys him in the future when he is killed by Macduff in battle.
Throughout the book, Fitzgerald gives his view on the American Dream since the 1920 's and how it had lead Gatsby to deception and artificial relationships. The first vision of the American Dream in the book occurs when Fitzgerald describes all the beautiful houses and gardens in Gatsby 's neighbourhood. It seems like there is an undercurrent ongoing competition between them. The size of the houses define the social status and the level of success, which Gatsby has achieved. He desperately tries to impress with all the luxury, the houses and the money, but all the materialistic goods aren 't enough to convince not only Daisy, his lost love, but also the rest of the upper class.
Upon entering the world of Harry Potter, readers are enlightened about a “boy who lived,” yet as the books continue it becomes evident that Harry Potter only survives with the help of allies and friendships. Harry relies on his strong friendships, without them he wouldn’t survive. One solid friendship, in particular is Ron Weasley, who has had Harry’s back since day one on the Hogwarts express. Ron quickly becomes the greatest friend Harry would ever need, giving Harry a family and someone to lean on. By means of Harry’s fame, Ron may be hidden in Harry’s shadow, described as an underdog or a sidekick, but despite this, Ron Weasley displays a great sense of devotion towards, not only Harry but everyone he cares about.
instead of saving him he and evil lady wizard killed the wizard king brutally . The detective rabbit was watching this. So he fears. And secretly disappear from there. He thought that why don’t he talk with her good and dear powerful friend