Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he killed mercutio, which made Romeo want to avenge him, then it caused him to be sent away. The prince sees what’s going on and sends romeo away because he avenged his cousin, so he didn’t want to hurt him, but
When Romeo, Tybalt, and Mercutio get in a fight at the end of the play it is a prime example of how Benvolio’s naivety. During this scene Tybalt kills Mercutio and then Romeo kills Tybalt. Benvolio is talking to a police officer about the murders. “O noble prince, I can discover all/ The unlucky manage of this fatal brawl./ There lies the man, slain by young Romeo,/ That slew thy kinsman, brave Mercutio”(3.2 53-56). Benvolio tells the truth about what happens which is an example of how he is naive, because he thinks that good things will happen if you tell the truth.
One example of the character’s decisions made out of free will is the fight between Tybalt and Mercutio. In III.i, Tybalt tries to provoke a fight with Romeo. Instead, Mercutio fights Tybalt and loses. In revenge, Romeo kills Tybalt. In III.i of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo says “Gentlemen, for shame forbear this outrage!
Brutus had talked to the conspirators who wanted Caesar dead for their own selfish reasons. Brutus pondered whether he should be loyal to his friend, or kill him for the well being of Rome. He eventually knew what he should do and joined the conspirators. In the death scene of Caesar, Brutus was the last man to thrust the knife into Caesar’s gut. In Aristotle’s definition of a tragic hero, Brutus killed Caesar, this being the tragic error that lead to Brutus’ suicide in the Battle of
Macbeth’s deterioration initiated with slaying Macduff’s family. By doing this, he only creates Macduff as an enemy who is now declaring revenge for his slaughtered family. When Macbeth commits this crime, it reveals that he is a tragic hero, in view of the fact that he continues performing disastrous deeds which only demolished his downfall. Upon following this, Macbeth’s epiphany, when he recognizes that the three witches had cleverly tricked him, was an exemplary point on how Macbeth is a tragic hero seeing that this individual finally becomes aware of the horrendous crimes he has accomplished in the play. In the following catharsis, Macbeth releases those emotion, “And be these juggling fiends no more believed,/that palter with us in a double sense,/that keep the word of promise to our ear,/and break it to our hope” (5,8,23-26).
As King Hamlet said in the passage mentioned above Claudius killed him for his queen, crown, and ambition, in the end of Claudius’s soliloquy he says “that cannot be, since I am still possessed of those effects for which I did the murder: my crown, mine own ambition, and my queen. May one be pardoned and retain th’ offense?” (Act 3, scene 3). Claudius saying this goes to show that he knows why he had killed his brother and what things it has caused. This quote also shows how much of a bad king
Just like the act in “Julius Caesar” Act 2 Scene 1 by William Shakespeare “Brutus ‘Caesar has to bleed if we’re going to stop him...let us kill him boldly’” (Shakespeare 178-179). Julius Caesar’s loyal friends was planning to kill him, even though he was their emperor and friend. They killed him because they think that he will be the cause of the fall of the Roman Empire. The betrayed can be hurt also physically by the betrayer, that can happen by being betrayed by a trusted or loyal friend. This can also happen inside the family tree, like turning down a relative by not sacrificing something to save them.
Not all people respond with hate and revenge, some people let themselves get walked over but not hamlet. Hamlet does not respond to injustice too kindly. He wants revenge for his father's death, wants to set things right, help out whoever is in charge of people receiving karma by taking things into his own hands. His main goal in the novel is to seek revenge on his father's death, this started when he was visited by the ghost of the old king. The ghost said to him “revenge his foul and most unnatural murder” the ghost of the old king wanted Hamlet to seek revenge on claudius for his ‘unnatural” murder of the kind.
After the killers told mAcbeth that they had killed Banquo, he states,¨'Tis better thee without than he within. Is he dispatched?¨ (III.iv.15). This quote reveals that he was cruel because we see Banquo as an honorable man and even Macbeth's best friend. The fact that Macbeth had Banquo killed just because he was suspicious tells the reader that Macbeth Is cruel. Also, another example of Macbeth being cruel s when he snt the murders to kill macduff's family.
A plague on both your houses! I am sped.” (act III, scene I, Lines 94-95). In that quote, Tybalt killed Mercutio just because he hangs around romeo, his enemy. The feud causes mercutio's death-which then leads to romeo's banishment and later on death. Consequently, it causes romeos and juliets love to be doomed as well.