For instance, after the Mariners crew was taken from him because of his decision to kill the albatross he was forced to “look upon the rotting deck,” where all of his “dead men lay” (Coleridge 7). The Mariner is tortured by his isolation whenever he looks back at his mistakes. His choice to kill the albatross forced him into isolation which slowly eroded his will to live. Similar to the way the Mariner was tortured by his mistake, Victor is led to his demise after he “swears...to pursue the demon who caused this misery” (Frankenstein 193). Victors isolation corrupted his mind into thinking that the only path left to take was to hunt down his creation until it ended in his own or the creature’s death.
The creation was dangerous to Frankenstein because he could have killed him in his sleep. The Creature told Frankenstein, “The thought was madness; stirred the fiend within me- not I, but she [Justine Moritz], shall suffer; the murder I have committed because I am forever robbed of all that she could give me, shall atone… I bent over her and placed the portrait securely in one of the folds of her dress”(Shelley 103). The Daemon is the cause of innocent Justine’s death. His placement of the picture caused Justine to be accused of murder even after she loved the helpless William. Although the Monster framed Justine for William’s murder, the Daemon before announced how beautiful she was.
“The Tell-Tale Heart” and “The Haunted Palace” by Edgar Allan Poe share similar themes and craft, yet are highly different. Terrorists are evil dwellers that slaughter the purity of life. Just as any other evil creature would do. Death is also seen as evil, and many people have lost someone in their lives. Evil will always be one step ahead, so it can try to destroy that life.
Our greatest fear is to lose everything are we reveal the truth¨ (Shavasti). Maybe he wasn 't really ill, it was just in his head. From the very start, right after the creature came to life he was not proud of it. The creature has entirely impacted his life, Victor has not yet had a happy encounter. “I was overcome by gloom and misery, and often reflected I had better seek death than desire to remain in a world which to me was replete with wretchedness”(Chapter 21, page 166).
The first example of this is when Kino’s brother says “It is the pearl said Juan Tomas there is a devil in this Pearl”(23). This is said when Kino’s house is burned down because someone wanted the pearl. Another example is right after Kino found the pearl the narrator said “So that he became curiously every man’s enemy”(64). Now Kino has become very unfortunate because if every man wants his pearl people will do anything to get. The third example is at the very end “And Kino drew back his arm and flung the Pearl with all his might”(89-90).
Thus, making his own self image and his perception from the people of Verona force him to leave, as his ego and need to be of a prestigious rank allowed Juliet to be left alone in the Capulet Crypt, depressed and with a knife. Although after the fact he blames the feud, the reader can distinct through his change in character throughout the book that he indeed was the cause of the tragedy of Romeo and
Look at the story in Grendel’s eyes, since his father is assume to be a murderous monster, it's influence him to be one too, it's fate which pushed Grendel to be a dangerous monster. “The Almighty drove those monsters out, their exile was bitter, shut away from men; they split into a thousand forms of evil…” this line clearly highlighted the fact that he was shut away and so on turn evil like his dad. Lived in the forest and “haunted the moors, the wild marshes, and made his home in hell”, where its misty and dirty, he wasn't accept by anyone so it's the life he had faced with. Hatred in his heart rose as others live happily while he's the innocent one and had to become the outcast. Therefore, making the king who protected by God suffer like how he's is his goal, he killed and fed on the King followers to revenge.
. . ‘Macbeth shall sleep no more’” (2.2.33-41). The motif of guilt is present because Macbeth is haunted by his murdering Duncan. He feels remorseful for committing such a crime and he tells himself that he will not be able to sleep anymore because of his guilt.
Due to alcohol, he makes bad choices, He kills Pluto the black cat, and his wife because he thinks Pluto is the reason he has bad luck, but the alcohol is the reason why he's killing people. The somber life the narrator has is bad he is killing all the people due to alcohol.In “ The Black Cat,” Edgar Allan Poe uses symbolism, foreshadowing, and irony to represent death. The wife of the narrator, as well as Pluto, the owner’s cat, are killed in the story. After the narrator kills Pluto,he feels another cat pressing on his heart. “ by saying.“ dreams and feelings him sitting next to my face his heavy body pressing down on my heart” Its symbolic because it's representing the cat after the narrator killed pluto.
In act four of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" Macbeth murders most of a noble man's family out of impulse and paranoia. He suspected said nobleman of plotting against him, and much like the murder of his friend Banquo, he killed him before he got the chance. But this murder is not like the ones before it, this one is much more sinister. The man Macbeth suspected, Maduff, was suspect because he refused to show up to any events that Macbeth attended, and when Macbeth went to ask the witches they warned him Macduff was to be cautioned. This time Macbeth decides right away that Macduff must go.