In reality, his contribution is terrorizing the people and tarnishing the values of the government. He turn the color of the sky from blue to black. People are scared and helpless. They are just waiting for the time when they will have an injustice death. It is a fact that before, all his ideals were for the betterment of the society.
If the person is good with evil desires, their alter ego will destroy everything good in the soul. Dr. Jekyll is one lonely soul that tests the limit of the dual personality by transforming into his alter ego. In “The Strange Cases of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.Hyde, Robert Stevenson conveys the theme of the dual personality of man by applying the doppelganger style to reflect negatively on society. Dr.Jekyll’s dual nature is revealed through the motivation of committing evil crimes without fear of having consequences for his actions.Held by high expectations in society, Dr. Jekyll hides his darkest desires within himself until he exploits his evil temptation through an alter ego. Before he transforms into Mr. Hyde, Dr.Jekyll
This society though, slowly spirals into disorder and eventually chaos. The main characters, Ralph and Jack, constantly contradict each other and fight for the loyalty of the younger boys and power. The author, William Golding, created this book to portray the potential evil in every human. These boys in particular are not inherently wicked but most of them do get caught up in the fantasy of having ultimate control which leads to the boys being unable to live amongst one another. The boys immaturity of living in the fantasy results in frivolous behavior throughout the start of the book.
JoJo is the evil dictator’s son who has been raised to think torturing people is perfectly okay and morally acceptable in society. JoJo is capable of acting in agreement with his deep self. As the dictator’s son can have second order desires that are reasonable but from our perspective they’re immoral. Hence, Wolf believes that majority of us would not consider JoJo accountable and responsible for his actions. This is where the deep-self view is flawed, and Wolf suggests the sane deep-self view.
Oedipus, in Oedipus the King, lets his hubris get the best of him, and results in a horrible punishment for himself. In The Giver, the Chief Elder tries to eliminate any feelings/scenarios, which has potential to cause negative feelings; this in turn diminishes the quality of life for residents. Brave New World, Oedipus the King, and The Giver all have the recurring theme of the abuse of power which is detrimental to the society or/and the individual. In
Sometimes people believe that the evil people in the world have always been bad, but that is incorrect. In the Lord of the Flies, the greatest example of inherent good and original sin is the relationship between the little ones and the big ones on the island. The big ones show how inherent goodness can be affected throughout your life. In the Lord of the Flies, the quote is, “The little ones only cared about eating and
This scene is also important mostly where it illustrates why King Henry V was so depressed and melancholy because he was disgusted about the sin and devious act his father committed in order to achieve the crown. Henry feels ashamed and is willing to do as much as possible to prove to the people that he is not like his father in his ruling and shameful ways but he is worthy enough to be wearing the crown. Henry V disguise through the use of a cloak also help to showcase the differences in the class positions in the society. For instance, the people they speak to King Henry V who is disguised very straightforward and open but if they saw the King in real they would have been more hesitant to say what they wanted. This third poster is very symbolic in the play since it helps us to distinguish the type of respect and authority the subjects have for the King as opposed to a common man.
The Duke and The King’s greatest contribution to the novel was their role in the moral development of Huckleberry Finn. Mark Twain’s creation of these characters gives an example of how bad people and bad situations can bring out the most compassionate qualities in those who can see the wrongfulness. The Duke and The King have the designation of major, static, antagonists, and they could also be described as foils for Huck. Throughout the novel, The Duke and The King are consistently bad influences for Huck. They would lie to and steal from innocent, unsuspecting families and towns; they had complete disregard for human life and dignity.
Grendel was only acting on instinct since the music hurt his ears. The author sets the tone in the story for us to have compassion for Grendel since Beowulf plays the roll of making the humans look bad. They exiled Grendel therefor, he did not stand a chance in the first place to become good, but instead have to live a life of misery. Grendel also only attacked when they played music since it sent waves of agony through his head. He was acting because of pain and not because he really wanted to hurt everyone.
Velutha dared not to sweep off his footprints as hisforefathers used to act when the caste system was noticed. But in this independent democratic India, his footprints are deleted by the authority, especially the police and the political party, for his venture to create affection towards a touchable female. Baby Kochamma lured Estha and Rahelwith false convictions that were accountable for the demise of Sophie Mol. It is a horrible thing to take person 's life. It 's a bad thing that anyone can ever perform.