While tragedy cause nothing but heartaches. The answer is sample, the road to success comes with tragedy. In the Death of a Salesman, one man spends his whole life searching for success. But the only things he finds is tragedy. The idea of success consumes him, that he not only thats to believe that he lies are real but that the lies also affects his whole family.
The people in charge may have argued that he was too involved and even though he never went through with the plots he deserved death. Since he had no protection from a jury or even his own input he was hung for just being involved. His name was attached to Booth’s and this made him a wanted man. This world is full of sin and corruption. Many times people are not justly judged because of this fallen world.
Plea Bargaining: Should it be abolished in the United States criminal justice system? Millions of criminals each year are absolved of charges and set back into society, endangering all citizens, while millions of innocent individuals are deprived of their right to justice. This happens due, in part, to plea bargains made for the benefit of said criminal - not only does America’s justice system ignore the needs of innocent families in exchange for their salary, but they don’t bat an eye at the further harm done by the offenders after they so recklessly let them go. Thus, plea bargaining is a major factor in the grief of many families across the nation. “The very essence of deterrence is credibility.” (Source C) Criminals set back into society
Gene evolves successfully because he killed the savage and evil within himself once Finny dies. Leper, emotionally unprepared for war, is traumatized by what he see’s at war and therefore, does not successfully complete his rite of passage. Even though everyone wants to be like Finny, his inability to live in a world of evil results in an unsuccessful findings of his rite of
In Saw 3D: The Final Chapter, Detective Mark Hoffman assumed the role of Jigsaw following the death of John Kramer. He continued the practice of putting people in practically impossible games to survive, but his games had practically no chance of survival for the victims. Furthermore, Detective Hoffman was more interested in inflicting pain and anguish just for the sake of pain and anguish, as opposed to John Kramer who sought to teach his victims to appreciate life. Ultimately, Detective Hoffman committed the fatal mistake of killing John’s wife, Jill. Detective Hoffman was abducted by men wearing pig masks and when he regained consciousness, he was chained to the same pipes as Adam and Dr. Gordon.
Both of these male protagonists follow similar paths and end up at similar destinations, though respond very differently in the end. Sam is able to die with a clear conscience knowing he did all he could for Julia, but Winston dies with the guilt he’d rather this torture be done to his ‘true love’ than himself. This idea that the people in both of these relationships died due to the governments laws shows the oppression of their governments and their dictation
Svidrigailov is the worst person in the whole novel, having committed murders, rape and seduction of married women simply for his own happiness. Svidrigailov has always lived a life of dissipation and nothingness and he has had “nothing on [his] hands…[he’s] been bored stiff.” (xxx) This metaphor of an empty hand is quite interesting because one knows that Svidrigailov is a wealthy man; therefore, it can be understood that money cannot buy the satisfaction that he longs for. He wished only to be entertained, either by women or a good time, in one example, he “can never remember without a laughter how [he] once seduced a lady who was devoted to her…principles.” (xxx) The tone of this dialogue is quite playful, which shows that Svidrigailov is able to talk about his malicious deeds confidently, having no regrets what so ever. The “laughter” is significant because it shows how he is detached from societal norms and find others’ suffering funny. Raskolnikov is weaker in a sense that he committed the crimes because he is tired of fighting through life and merely wishes to calm his anxiety, which comes mainly from his money problems.
Okonkwo's temper always manages to shine through, Things Fall Apart depicts this perfectly by stating, “It is not only Ikemefuna who feels fear… every nerve in Okonkwo tells him this is wrong, but when the moment comes, he kills his adopted son.” The inability for Okonkwo to be weak makes him solely cruel and with a weak father like Unoka he felt forced to adapt opposite ideals. Chinua Achebe shows how Okonkwo had to make a life for himself as his father had not allowed for many opportunities for him to come in play. Later the author of the article, Psychology & Behavioral Health Vol.2 the author talks about the motivation that it takes to overcome and cope with the fears that prohibit him from growing and being he optimal version of himself. Fight or flight is described as a physiological
George and Lennie were totally opposites in character and their size of body and their capacity of mind. George was small and smart, while Lennie was huge and a sort of mind retarded. Both of them were runways, because of Lennie who always cause them troubles wherever they find work. From their first day in the new ranch, problems started to face them thanks to Lennie’s actions and slow of mind; the end of their adventure was tragic, when Lennie killed Curly’s wife unintentionally, George was not left with any choice but to kill him and save him from his misery. In this monograph, I will try to highlight how were the characters in the story survivors and all of them have secrets to hide, and then I will focus on Lennie and George since they were different from the rest, thanks to their unique friendship.
Although Rachette knows that he is in trouble and asks Poirot to protect him, Poirot refuses due to his personal vendetta. This was a clear foreshadowing of the murder of Rachette who was later identified as Casseti, a notorious murderer. Although Casseti had been tried for his wrongdoings, he exploited his money and resources to avoid capture. The novel then shifts tone, with the detective and his partner starting to explore the clues to find the murderer. In the end, it is concluded that not one, but all thirteen suspects were associated in the murder.