In Titus Andronicus, Titus sacrifices a child’s life for his own dead sons. This shows that in both plays a psychotic character chooses death and hatred over any other sensible act. Titus expresses how blood and revenge are the only two things he focuses on in the play, just like Madea. Madea seeks revenge on Jason and kills her children including Jason’s new royalty bride. She goes through with the act of killing Jason's new bride - Medea's children bring her a poisoned gown, which also ends up killing the King of Corinth.
(5. 109-111) Creon’s death sentence for Antigone led to his son’s suicide, which then caused the suicide of his wife. The reader feels pity for Creon for his lack of time to grieve and his tragic mistake that led to the loss of his family, this demonstrates his goodness. Creon, recently succeeded to take the throne of Eteocles, making him king. Therefore, giving him the title of royalty and showing superiority.
In the book, Aunt Safiyya loves a man named Harbi, but when she gets married to the bey who is Harbi’s uncle, she accepts the bey as her husband. Due to some rumors, Harbi’s thought to be a threat to the bey and his son, so the bey tries to kill Harbi. However, in an act of self-defense, Harbi kills the bey. This causes Aunt Safiyya to raise her son with the sole purpose of avenging her husband’s death. By employing the characterization of Aunt Safiyya throughout the book, Taher develops his position that one’s desire for revenge will make it so that they are unable to love anyone.
Named after the protagonist, Euripides play ‘Medea’ brings out the sufferings of a lonely wife, seeking revenge from her husband after he betrays her. To some extent, Medea’s actions towards her husband are reasonable. Despite Medea’s love for her children, she slays them both to return the same feeling of loss towards Jason after he betrays her. Her actions were understandable since Jason only wanted his children for power. However, Medea also ends up proving that her husband was right because her actions were indeed barbarous.
That chains onto him having his wife Eurydice committing suicide as well as Antigone (his niece) also committing suicide. This proves that Creon was more of a tragic figure than Antigone because he forced the tragedies on himself due to his self-pride and cruelty.
This proves how miserable Macbeth is that he has to hidden his feeling toward her the war was about to happen soon. This is showing what Macbeth has a payoff of his ambition when Lady Macbeth could not take it no more about her delusion of guilt. When the war has process to an end young Siward had been killed by Macbeth and after that Siward has taken his revenge while holding Macbeth head him say” He 's Worth no more. They say parted well and pay his score and so, god is with him! Here come newts comfort.”(5.7.61).
Medea’s husband has not only wronged her by marrying the King of Corinth’s daughter but the King of Corinth banished her from the city to protect his daughter from Medea. A common technique of Euripides is to use the opening speech to explain the background of the play. Medea is filled with bitter grief and wanted to die as soon as the play began, the nurse knew how
Thus, the Furies are to be kept at Athens and become goddesses called the Eumenides and will help good people and yet torture bad people. In the aftermath of this book the Achaeans evolved from a revenge issued form of justice, to a more civil, modern day one. Agamemnon begins with Agamemnon murdering his daughter, Iphigenia, before heading off to the battle of Troy. “Yes, he had the heart to sacrifice his daughter, to bless the war that avenged a woman’s loss, a bridal rite that
The King, who is also the father of Aida, says that Radames is the man that was chosen by the goddess Isis as leader of the army, and then declares war. At the end of this act Aida is torn between her love for her father, her country, and Radames. Act two starts out in the chamber of Amneris where Radames dances and celebrates his victory. Aida arrives in the chamber and Amneris begins speaking to her. She informs Aida of the news that Radames has been killed in battle, which is a lie, and Aida responds by confessing her love for him.
Eventually, Agamemnon ended up deciding that he would sacrifice his daughter, rather than give up his whole army and victory and keep his daughter. When the Chorus speaks of Agamemnon, they illustrate in the reader's mind a moral character who was caught in a moral dilemma: He had to choose whether or not he was going to kill his daughter for the good of his state. In Euripides' Iphigenia, we see that Agamemnon shows some remorse in one of his speeches: "What do I become? A monster to myself, to the whole world, and to all future time, a monster, Wearing my daughter's