He is said to have boasted to a person in jail saying that he hurt Sam Sheppard during the fight (www.murderpedia.org). Also, he revealed to Kathy Wagner Dyala former nurse’s aid to Ethel Durkin, who was assassinated by Eberling, that he killed Marilyn. Specifically the nurse reported, “He (Eberling) told me that he had killed her and that he hit her husband on the head with a pail and that the b**** hit the hell out of me.” Why would Eberling confess to two people (www.law2.umkc)? On Sam’s side, he had no clear motive to kill his wife. Most husbands who kill their wives had abused their wife earlier in their relationship.
Due to the excruciating pain, Kitty screamed for help and a neighbor responded shouting at the criminal "Let that girl alone!" Immediately after getting the attention of the criminal, Winston fled the scene and left the girl crawling towards her apartment. Neighbors reported to have seen Winston left with his car and returned ten minutes after the threat of one of the neighbors. After seeing his victim lying on the ground almost unconscious, he stabbed the wounded Genovese several times more. After this, he stole the money
Introduction The narrative is strikingly familiar. Police are called by concerned friends or family to deal with an out of control male. The callers report that the suspect has been acting in a bizarre fashion for a number of hours and has been destroying furniture in the house. They are worried that he will hurt himself and are insistent that he be brought to the hospital for observation. When the police arrive, they find the partially dressed suspect making unintelligible guttural noises while sweating profusely and complaining that some unknown party is trying to kill him.
Another example from the story is when Danny has a recurring dream about a man coming to hurt him with a mallet (coincidence?). He dreamed of running down the halls as the “large dark shape, holding some sort of mallet, came for him, swinging it back and forth into the walls, saying ‘COME OUT HERE AND TAKE YOUR MEDICINE!’”. (King 291). This well supports the claim because the dark shape may be reminding Danny of his father, the night Jack got drunk and broke his arm for messing up his office. While his dad wasn’t a mallet wielding psychopath, the hotel may be trying to direct Danny’s dreams towards relating to that night in order to distance the Torrence's from each other.
Ishn’t it fine?”(Kipling 2). After drunkenly insulting an ancient, religious statue. Seconds later a lot of people run out shouting and a Silver Man appears from behind the statue and slowly approaches Fleete. The Silver Man bites Fleete on his left breast, and a priest warns Strickland and the narrator, “Take your friend away his has done with Hanuman, but Hanuman has not done with him” (Kipling 2). The narrator and Strickland took Fleete to Strickland’s house.
When Daisy admits to loving Gatsby in front of Tom, it is a wake up call that wounds Tom. Gatsby also hurts Tom by allowing Daisy to drive his car and hit Myrtle, which ends in Myrtles death. Even though Myrtle was simply Tom’s love affair, he cared very deeply for her. After he discovers her death he is described as whimpering to Nick the words “The God damned coward! He didn’t even stop his car (141)”.
Abigail and a group of girls went to court and blame 200 people. Abigail went to court, and told them that Elizabeth Proctor was practicing witchcraft, and got her arrested. When John Proctor went to court, the girls pretended that he was the devil. Giles tries to explain to the court how Abigail is pure evil, and trying to get revenge: “Aye, how she is solemn and goes to hang people!” (3.1.875). John Proctor also claims in court that “she only pretended to faint” to try to convince that she is being attacked by witches and devils.
Gun is not the only thing that represents the violence in the novel. As Cormac McCarthy has depicted characters masterfully in his novel, the signs representing of violence can be found on some of the characters of the road; with no needed explanation such as a Roadrat "He dove and grabbed the boy and rolled and came up holding him against his chest with the knife at his throat. The man had already dropped to the ground and he swung with him and leveled the pistol and fired from a two-handed position balanced on both knees at a distance of six feet. The man fell back instantly and lay with blood bubbling from the hole in his forehead." (McCarthy,2006, 34).
This shows the central idea of war tearing people apart when faced with an unknown adversary. In addition, differences would be, “The Republican sniper smiled and he lifted his revolver above the edge of the parapet” (O’Flaherty 207). This shows war tears families apart, the man was eager for his kill, however, it happened to be a family member who was placed on the other side of the battle. Lastly, “Had he and I but met / By some old ancient inn / We should have sat us down to wet / Right many nipperkin!” (Hardy). This shows that war tears people apart.
One man, George, was a germaphobe and was scared of being hosed off. McMurphy stands up for George and ends up getting into a fight with one of the aids. Bromden backs McMurphy up in the fight, so they both had to get EST treatment. As previously described, the table is shaped like a cross which helps prove that he is a Christ figure because Jesus was hung on a cross. Another instance where McMurphy is presented as a Christ figure is when Ratched found Billy Bibbit with Candy in the Seclusion room.