The children corrupt the system; they take over the reigns and twist the perceptions of their people until they became the ones in control. With a deadly mix of radicalism and hysteria, the once-peaceful village became a nightmare for those who didn 't fit the perfect Puritanical mold. John Proctor is given a disproportionately punishment to his crime — yes, he commits lechery. Yes, he lies to his community about the affair with Abigail Williams. No individual, however, deserves the suffering these accused witches are forced to experience.
To compose the feathers of a human being is not for us to have. It is horrifying, and there are reasons why we should have that power. When Victor Frankenstein created this monster, he did not know how to handle it, he did not know to tolerate it, he did not know how to teach it, he did not know how to control it.Therefore, making him the real monster. His careless mistake and ignorance caused harm to his family and other town people. Victor was glutted with breathless horror and disgust filled my heart.
The Raven symbolizes the devil, whom is there to make him pay for what he did, and make him hurt like he made Lenore hurt. The Raven didn’t come to the Speaker’s chamber door to answer his questions and make him feel at ease. No, he came to make sure he descends into hell, and that his soul will never be lifted up. The Raven wants to make the Speaker feel even more remorse than he already does, and drive home the point that because of his sin, Lenore is gone forever. This makes sense, because if the Speaker hadn’t killed Lenore, then why would the Raven not answer the Speaker’s questions?
The only thing to do is run. Sledge describes his first reaction of his team getting slaughtered as “A wild desperate feeling of anger, frustration and pity gripped me. It was an emotion that always would torture my mind when I saw men trapped and was unable to do anything but watch as they were hit. My own plight forgotten momentarily, I felt sickened to the depths of my soul. I asked God, ‘why, why, why?’ I turned my face away and wished that I were imagining it all.
The ghost of his father informs him that he is going to suffer from the tormenting flames of hell because of his sins. By this line, the ghost notify Hamlet that he is in purgatory. Hamlet says, “My hour is almost come / When I to sulf’rous and tormenting flames / Must render up myself.”/ “ doomed for a certain term to walk the night / And for the day confined to fast in fires...”, Because of which Hamlet is also longing to send Claudius in the hell by killing him while he is doing any sin, so that he should not get opportunity to confess his sin to the god . As he informs in the lines, “ and so he goes to heaven /And so am i revenged that would be scanned:/A villain kills my father, and for that,/I his sole son, do this same villain send/ To heaven”./And am i then revenged/ To take him in the purging of his soul,/When he is fit and seasoned for his passage ? …”/“When he is drunk asleep, or in his rage,/Or in th’ incestuous pleasure if his bed,/At game, a swearing, or about some act/That has no relish of salvation in’t /Then trip him, that his heels may kick at heaven…”/“As hell, whereto it goes...”/.
I think they were imaging it because it never describes the person in the story. It just says a masked figure. “And now was acknowledged the presence of the Red Death. He had come like a thief in the night.” I think the people in these stories both feel guilty, that’s why they are imagining stuff. The narrator from “The Tell-Tale Heart” felt guilty from killing the old man and the people from the Prince’s country probably felt guilty because they tried to get away from the disease and left everyone else out in the
Citation: “Oedipus: If I had eyes, I do not know how I could bear the sight of my father, when I came to the house of Death, or my mother: for I have sinned against them both.” Explanation: Oedipus, himself, feels he is guilty of the crimes as he has called them sins, and, at this point in the story, the plague is lifted from the city as Oedipus stabs out his eyes. The quote supports the claim because the gods just wanted to punish whomever is responsible for the murder, and added to that, Oedipus himself feels that he is guilty of his crimes. Citation: “"Oedipus: Apollo. Apollo. Dear Children, the god was Apollo.
These people were suffering, they felt they had no voice and was hopeless. They needed someone to stand up and be resilient, they needed Erin. She stops at nothing to reveal the ugly truth behind the evil corporations who are killing people because of their carelessness of their waste disposal
Furthermore he did stalk the old man before he killed him and showed no sympathy nor any human emotion. Which just shows the problem he 's having with his identity and inner vision is deep. That does also explain why everytime he looks at the old man he became irritated and felt like it was necessary to get rid of the eye. While the heart does resemble the human perspective of the narrator considering that he even bragged about executing the perfect murder. But his conscience started to come back and felt awful about the crime that he had committed, so he confesses to the