Abigail Williams is not your typical teenage girl. She is a girl that will drink blood to kill someone, accuse people of witchcraft, and have a affair. By looking at The Crucible, one can see that Abigail Williams develops the theme of reputation, which is important because people who fear losing their reputation spread hysteria. Protecting her reputation motivates Abigail Williams to accuse others of being a witch.
Once the evidence somewhat added up Ruth and Grey were sent to the electric chair. This story relates to Methyl Alcohol because what this poison does is “… led[s] to headaches, dizziness, nausea, a staggering lack of coordination, confusion, and finally overpowering need to seep” (162). Meaning that if Ruth killed her husband with this poison that explains why her husband was on the bed and as methyl also does is cause internal damage, which explains the bleeding from the
Roylott was bitten by the swamp adder causing his death, Sherlock Holmes cannot be held responsible. Sherlock Holmes was forced to protect himself and Helen Stoner, causing him to agitate the snake in the process, sending it back to Dr. Roylott’s room. Secondly, Dr. Roylott has threatened Sherlock Holmes in his home, causing no guilt from Holmes at his death. Finally, Dr. Roylott was intentionally killing Helen and Julia, in order to keep his monthly income of $750. When Sherlock Holmes agitated the snake causing it to bite Dr. Roylott, Sherlock indirectly caused his death; but, Sherlock Holmes cannot be held responsible due to Dr. Roylott being the killer of Julia, and the attempted killer of
Situational irony was revealed both stories because a situation occurred in which actions had an effect that was the complete opposite from what was intended, so that the outcome is contrary to what was expected. In A Rose For Emily many reader including myself expected Emily to kill herself because of the hardships and losses of love ones but at the end of the story she actually poisoned Homer to kill him. No person in the town knew she killed until she was dead herself, 40 years later. Despite Homer not having the desire to married Emily to take it upon her to make sure marriage will be created by death. Therefore, she murders Homer in order to form a everlasting bond.
Guests die one by one over an extensive period of time. In “And Then There Were None”, Agatha Christie uses imagery, symbolism, and foreshadowing to build suspense. First, the author uses rich description to build a suspenseful mood. To start off the series of murders, Anthony Marston, a wealthy and attractive man, was murdered due to what appeared to be cyanide poisoning.
Nick is unconvinced and says she knew how to beat the lie detector test because he knows it can be done. Nick discovers Catherine has a history of befriending murderers, including her girlfriend Roxy, who killed several young boys on impulse, and Hazel Dobkins, who killed her family and doesn’t know why she did. Nick, who accidentally shot two tourists while
Story"Clock Tower" puts you in the shoes of our heroine Jennifer Simpson, a woman who has a brief encounter with an evil creature known as the Scissorman while climbing a cliff. Jennifer manages to escape, accidentally injuring Scissorman in the process, he is now presumed to be dead but is he really? Traumatized by the encounter, Jennifer begins to lose her memories from the experience. She soon meets Helen Maxwell, the second heroine of the game; being a Criminal Psychology Professor, Helen lends a helping hand to Jennifer to get her to remember what went on behind the Clock Tower murders. But it's not long before new victims start dropping like flies, ones that are cut open with huge scissors.
It is later revealed in the act that two other people arrested were, Rebbecca Nurse and Martha Corey. Rebecca was arrested on the lie that she killed Mrs Putnam's Babies, and Martha is arrested on the lie that she bewitched Walcott's pigs with her books and now he can not keep a pig alive for more than four weeks. Another lie told is that Abigail accuses Elizabeth Proctor of being a witch and trying to kill her. . Chever says “And demandin’ of her how she come to be so stabbed, she- testify it were your wife’s familiar spirit pushed it in”.(pg…) Abigail saw that Mary Warren had made a poppet for Elizabeth and when she was finished stuck the needle in it to keep it safe.
Circe takes part in the love triangle, after she heard his love story, she fell madly in love with him, but he never loved her back. Circe became exasperated, she was angered, not with her love, but with Scylla, due to the jealousy of her, she unleashed her wrath upon the beautiful Nymph by making a poisonous potion instead. She started to pour it in the pool where Scylla usually bathed in. The first touch of her of body into the pool, turned her into the Hideous Monster of all, her body ripped out from the inside, her two legs morphed into twelve legs . Blood and flesh was everywhere, six heads took place, each head had frightening three rows of vicious sharp teeth able to shred anything.
One major example for hatred in the play was when Rebecca Nurse was accused witchery for “murder of Goody Putnam’s babies” (34). This shows it was out of hatred because the person who claimed Rebecca of murder was Mrs. Putnam who had all her babies die except one while Rebecca had all of her children alive. However hatred might have played some of the role for the tragic ending of The Crucible, fear played the majority role. It all started with Reverend Parris, frightened that Abigail and the girls dancing will become common knowledge to Salem, he tells Abigail “I have fought here three long years to bend these stiff-necked people to me.” (10).
Rachel Burrell Hanson English II May 20, 2016 The Poisonwood Bible Faith can be lost throughout time. In The Poisonwood Bible, this proves to be true especially in the case with Adah, Leah and their father, Nathan Price. Adah and Leah, two reliable narrators, both end the novel believing their father to be unprincipled, thus dramatically shaping the tone of the novel regarding Nathan Price. Adah starts the novel skeptical of her father and she observes his arrogance towards others, while Leah admires Nathan Price.
In Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible the Price family follows their missionary father, Nathan Price, to the Congo. Throughout the novel the children start out excited for the trip, but as time goes on they are longing to go home. Leah Price, the middle daughter, starts off ready for the journey and the new things she will learn and find and even though she is a girl from Bethlehem, Georgia she doesn’t hesitate to do anything to fit in. The surroundings, culture and people in the Congo begin to change her and she learns how to do new things and is enlightened in what she believes.
he Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver focuses on both real life and fictional events and tells the story of the Price family’s experience in the Congo. Kingsolver makes good use of foreshadowing to dramatize the tragic incidents that occur in Africa. Orleanna Price is the most reliable narrator in the novel and is used to foreshadow future events and to explain various aspects of the past. In the first chapter, Orleanna maps out all the major events that will occur throughout the book.