And Then There Were None is about how ten people were invited to Soldier Island. The ten guests were Mr. Justice Wargrave, Vera Claythorne, Phillip Lombard, Miss Emily Brent, General Macarthur, Dr. Armstrong, Anthony Marston, Mr. Blore, and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. The guests each got picked off one by one. The murder was the last to die, and killed itself so no evidence was left behind of their doing. The murder started off with Anthony, and continued on with the other guests as the days past bringing fear and madness into their minds.
Medea wants to get revenge on Jason for marrying Glauce. She kills their two kids, Glauce, and Creon. Medea kills Glauce, then her father wants to save her and he ends up dying as well. She wants Jason to suffer even more than what he was from the death of his wife Glauce, so she kills their two kids as well. She won’t let him bury the bodies of his sons.
The night of Angela and Bayardo 's wedding, Bayardo founds that his wife is not a virgin. Se is sent back to her home where she is beating by her mother and weeps, not because of her mother but the pain she feels for her husband. Angela 's brother, Pablo and Pedro are sent to kill the Santiago Nasar, the person who supposedly took their sister 's virginity. Throughout the story we learn how the brothers go about there vengeful journey to regain their families ' honor and respect. The entire town eventually figures out about the murder and only several people try to stop the murder from happening, but ultimately failed.
As for what “The Rest of Her Life” has in common with “Caviar” by , there doesn’t seem to be all that much. The only real thing that they have in common is the fact that both stories involve a husband cheating on his wife. In “Caviar”, a husband cheats on his wife with their surrogate. He thought that he was in love and would have a happy ending with her, only to be devastated when he discovers she didn't have feelings for him (Boyle 91). This ending if similar to “The Rest of Her Life” as Dee Ann’s father leaves her mother only to be left by the woman he had been having an affair with (Yarbrough
The new king was even too lazy to cover his own lies and protect himself, which causes much heartbreak in the end. The king kills his new wife because he was too lazy to kill young Hamlet himself(Act 5, scene 2, line 316). The king tried to get Laertes to kill Hamlet to protect himself. As a backup plan, he mixes a poison in hopes that Hamlet would drink it.
By carefully analyzing Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, it becomes clear that selfishness, honesty, and the corruption of the court in Salem enabled to the witchcraft hysteria to spiral out of control. With people being accused of witchcraft to gain more power, the people of Salem clearly are selfish. Citizens of Salem are looked as pure and kind however deep inside, they are greedy people who want money and
Epiphany is shown in this musical movie in two different cases. First in the song “Epiphany” you can see that he realizes that he missed one of his only chances to avenge his supposed death of his wife, shown by the lyric: “had swear I had him! His throat was there and now he'll never come again.” This is when he decides to become spiteful and murder dozens of citizens. Another case that could be considered an epiphany is when he understands that he ended up killing his wife, letting his daughter escape, trust a jealous lunatic, and that he ended up killed dozens of innocent people.
This makes Lennie angry so he eventually shakes her around and breaks her neck. Due to Curley’s wife provakadveness Lennie kills her. Due to her being Curley’s wife and Curley being a cruel person, that when he finds out he would beat and torture Lennie. So this makes George be the one has to give Lennie a quick and swift kill.
Johnny killed a guy in self defense thinking he would get the electric chair. While the socs beat up many greasers and almost killed one without even having to worry about any punishments. In 2012 something similar happened when a kid named Ethan Couch killed 4 people, violated 5 laws, and only ended up with 10 years probation and rehab at a vacation resort. When S.E. Hinton wrote The Outsiders, she understood that there are many inequalities under the law that severely affected lower class and upper class people. These inequalities are still around today, as shown by the Ethan Couch situation.
It soon becomes evident that all ten people are marked for death for crimes they have committed but have not been punished for. Instead of enjoying a weekend as guests of their mysterious benefactor Ulick Norman Owen, the visitors are stalked relentlessly by death. The means by which they are dispatched involve the metronomic working out of the nursery rhyme "The Little Indians." As each victim is killed in concert with the way the little Indian boys die, an Indian figure is stealthily removed from the collection of figurines in the living room of the house. Thus, the story consists of a seemingly inevitable countdown to zero or nothingness”
But not all the lands he conquered were kept in good shape by Alexander. “He razed Persepolis to the ground following a night of drunken excess at the goading of a Greek courtesan, ostensibly in revenge for the burning of the Acropolis by the Persian ruler Xerxes.” (Ansari)The only lands that had a reason to be conquered was Greece because there was a rebellion between them and they needed to be conquered to have peace again. The other land that sort of had a reason was Alexander’s father, king Philip II, had a plan to conquer Persia but he died before he could execute it.
The purpose of Gregory’s narrative of the Frank family is to show what the Frank’s have achieved, and conquered to become an empire. However, with victory comes responsibility. Gregory is also saying how the Frank family lost everything because of their greed. For example, King Clovis was the worst because he killed everyone who got in his way, even family. Clovis killed his family because he wanted the crown for himself.
The rich leaders of this country are blinded by money and power, whereas The common people who struggle, can see clearly. This is shown in literature such as The biography of Frederick Douglas. Frederick Douglas along with the other slaves wanted to be left alone and left at peace but the powerful owners were peace less and hard on the slaves. A motto that I created to describe this is "the peaceful are powerless, because the powerful are peace less".
Friends and family show extreme callousness as they join the bloodthirsty crowd to stone one of their own. Moments before the lottery began; Mrs. Hutchinson had a friendly chat with Mrs. Delacroix. However, when Mrs. Hutchinson had been declared winner of the lottery, all previous illusions of friendship between the two had been erased. Mrs. Delacroix was sprinting towards her with the largest stone she could find, excited to have the chance to slaughter one who, just the day before, she would have called friend. As disturbing as this may be, it is not nearly as unnerving as the betrayal among family members.