Violence leading to regret is shown at the end of the story. The regret is shown at the end of the story when the sniper removes the enemy’s mask and finds out that the republican is his brother. For example, a quote from the story says, “Then the sniper turned over the dead body and looked into his brother’s face.” This quote shows that the sniper had just killed his
‘’How were they connected? Why did you have to kill them?’’ I was trying to connect his ramblings, with little success at the moment: ‘’Not all of them chose it, some of them were good people.’’ He paused for a while, seemingly flashing a hint of guild before continuing: ‘’Killing them was the worst part.’’ Another pause prompted me to try
Titus, in this scene, has started to lose his civility when he stabbed his own flesh and blood. Titus’ civility is diminishing because he showed no reason or thought into his careless action of killing his son, it was a senseless act. This act of murder was not civil because he murdered his own kin which is also seen as a barbaric act because barbarism is killing with no reasoning. Titus explicitly defines barbarism by not assessing the matter before stabbing his son for no other reason than for being in his way. Titus’ slow crawl into the realm of barbarism is shown in this scene as he is showing no logic in his actions and no forgiveness to his sons for betraying Rome.
Holden is curious about death and often wonders what it felt to ‘commit suicide’(Salinger, 104) and how ‘Phoebe would feel’(156) if he had done so. He constantly injects the theme in his language, saying people ‘[killed] him.’(86) Critics argue that death to keep things how they are, to keep them constant, is what people get out of the novel, leading to murders like that of Lennon and Kennedy. The culprits were thought to have murdered these icons to preserve their image through death (Withfield, 174) There are definitely instances that could support this, the chief of which was Holden’s trip to the museum. He thought the best thing about it was that ‘everything always stayed right where it was.’(121) These were one of the few things that made him ‘happy’(120) when he thought about it because the ‘mummies’, ‘’Indians’ and ‘Eskimos’ were always behind ‘glass cases’(121) and nothing would be ‘different’. However, again the critics may only be scratching the
The poison curdled old Hamlet’s blood and caused sores all over his body. The rumours spread around was that he was bite by a poisonous snake. Fratricide is shown from old Hamlet killing his brother Claudius. Homicide Ophelia’s father, Polonius, is murdered from Hamlet, Hamlet had no intention on killing Polonius he thought it Claudius was the one behind the tapestry spying on Gertrude. Gertrude called Hamlet to her chamber to talk about how he offended his stepfather, Claudius.
I decided i was done with that conversation and went on to another. “Who was that man that i saw entering as macbeth rushed to him and hustled him out?” questioned the elder man to his comrade “I truly haven’t seen that man before, but surely looks like blood on him, why is he here and why did macbeth seem so distressed?” The comrade replied. All i wanted to say to them was that the guy was a murderer and macbeth had me killed, but i couldn’t speak, i couldn’t give myself away if i was going to get vengeance on Macbeth. All went quiet when we heard the banquet doors open, Macbeth entering in stride, looking unfazed by the eerie quietness that settled in the room. I decided now, now was the time to get my retribution, I made myself visible to macbeth and only him and was seated at his seat.
This actually shows friendship because George can’t see another solution that doesn’t involve them being on the run from the law. What happened here was that Lennie ended up killing Curley’s wife which then when the rest of the ranch found out they went on a manhunt to find and kill him. Curley actually wanted to torture him to death. So what George ends up doing is sparing him from this fate by killing himself. The book states, “Lennie said, "I thought you was mad at me, George."
Going back to the quote from earlier when he was confessing that he committed murder near the scene of Laïos’s murder to Iocaste, he said, “The groom leading these horses/ Forced me off the road at his lord’s command;/ But as this chariot lurched over towards me/ I struck him in my rage” (page 43). Forcing someone off the road is not a life threatening action, but striking someone is. He uses the word ‘struck’, a violent verb. He attacked them first, which means he has no grounds to claim self defense. One could claim that it was self defense because Oedipus later explains that Laios attacked him as well.
Because at the end of the story they both ended up killing themselves. The way you can tell when someone is making and idle threat or actually gonna kill themselves is if they show it. they may show it in the way they talk or saw that they say they are gonna kill themselves. It can be hard to tell if someone is actually suicidal but they can show signs if they are actually gonna kill themselves. Romeo and Juliet were suicidal but no one took then seriously in their threats to kill
Moving on in the book June learns some stuff she had never known before about the government, page 244, “They killed him.” Who did they kill, it turns out the government are the ones who killed June’s family since the dad knew too much information about how the government is putting viruses into the water they give to the poor. It turns out that Day didn’t kill Metias it was actually the government since Metias knew too much information about how the government was corrupt Day just weakened him ,“And I want to free the body that didn’t kill my brother” page 266. Now, since June knew the truth, she and Day became allies and helped escape Day from jail , “You’re fond of Day aren’t you?” pg
Chris and his best friend, Chad Littlefield, were both gunned down in the attempt to help Eddie. They were pronounced dead at the gun range. In the article Taya says she regrets one thing, and that was the fact that she did not support him as well as she should have. “I just wish I would have been able to hold his face in my hands and look at him in the eye and tell him. I know you’re in pain.
It has all become obvious, he is the one who brought this tenacious wrath to this town, he is the one who commanded the death of Banquo and he is the one who forced the blade into our beloved king. The very dagger that killed our king sits on the back of my belt picked after Macduff’s pessimistic scream echoed the castle. A spot of blood still remains on the tip, an ill reminder of his excruciatingly cruel death killed during the late night by a once close friend. Is this how you repay the man who treated you like a brother? Was the Thane of Cawdor and Glamis not enough?
He doesn’t seem trustworthy to me. Why would someone tell another person that they are going to kill someone and they are barely friends with that person? That doesn 't make any sense, so then why would Adnan ask Jay for help? Jay said it himself that him and Adnan weren 't close, but yet Adnan told him that he was going to kill Hae and he needed his