Now, Proctor realizes that by confessing, there will be blame set on other innocent people so by ripping the confession paper, it will not make the court look better. Proctor also realizes that confessing would affect many other people in Salem and would not put a legacy in his
The story, The Count of Monte Cristo, displays that once vengeance has been stowed inside a man, the new feeling of revenge will only dissipate when his revenge has been carried out fully. Edmond Dantes, known as the Count of Monte Cristo, was arrested and taken to jail, and while he was in the Chateau d’If he was transformed from an innocent young man into an omniscient man continuously seeking vengeance, which, in the end, he does achieve. In The Count of Monte Cristo, the author uses Monte Cristo’s actions along with rhetorical strategies including detail, tone, and diction, to create the vengeful tone demonstrating that after one makes the decision to carry out his revenge, it won’t stop until it has been completed. By the use of Dumas’
This quote infers that because Edmond Dantes spent 14 years in “hell” he is now able to enjoy happiness in a deeper way than those who have not felt the anguish of Chateau D’if. Edmond has been searching for revenge since he escaped prison. After being imprisoned for many years he transitions from a loving young man
After seeing the play at the theatre Bento seems to think it works parallel to his life at home and this is where he gets the idea of murder in order to solve his problem; “Not I but Capitu had to die.” This makes it evident that he understands solely what he wants to see. As a consequence he misunderstands the ending of Othello in order to fit the scenario he thinks he is facing. He imagines himself as Othello, a victim of an adulterous wife, who claims to be guilty. Even though Desdemona is guilt free, he still pursues the idea that he is being cuckolded; “really guilty, as guilty as Capitu.” he repeats guilty in order to not only emphasise the idea but also to himself. Bento envisions his life fitting exactly into the play, Jose Dias is Iago, Capitu is Desdemona and he is Othello.
Throughout the novel, Dumas excites readers with revelations about the protagonist in every passing chapter. By reading The Count of Monte Cristo, readers are able to see Edmund Dantès in each of his many forms. They will see who he is at the start of his journey versus who he becomes by the time his plan is complete. Edmund Dantès undergoes massive changes in his personal character from the beginning of the novel, his time in the Chateau d’If, and once he becomes the Count of Monte Cristo.
A major theme of “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allen Poe is revenge and secrecy. Throughout the story Montresor plots and carries out his revenge against Fortunato. During the time the story takes place, protecting your family at any cost was acceptable, so to protect his family he kills Fortunato. The two characters that were introduced are Montresor and Fortunato. As the reader begins to read the story the author makes it very clear that Montresor wants revenge.
I believe that John Proctor grows tired of the accusations, as to why he speaks of his false involvement with Satan in front of the town. Specifically, Deputy Danforth uses John Proctor as an example for conviction as he is certain he will be able to turn others
The Devil has returned putting children under his control is what many people believed in Salem village in 1962. In ¨ The Crucible¨ by Arthur Miller many people panicked from the witch hysteria which caused many to be accused of being witches, Judge Danforth decided what happens to the accused witches and is the most corrupted in Salem because his power of being a judge made him go overboard with his decisions on people. When he starts to realize he continues to avoid people from getting mad at him for putting innocent people in jail and killing them. To begin with Danforth became a megalomaniac a person crazy with their own power. As the Judge he gets to pick the punishment of the person accused making him feel superior to others.
Dante the Poet is the harsh and moralistic imposer of punishment in Inferno. The sinners Dante, as the author, condemns are his commentary on the immorality of the people and politics of Florence. He places the Italian Ciacco in the ring for gluttons, where he must revel in the eternal disgust of his sin. Ciacco means hog, so Dante could be commenting on the gluttony of all the people in Florence by placing him in the third ring of hell. Ciacco also provides the prophecy of Florence’s political collapse.
Both the novels are Conrad’s darkest novel. In both the novel the stories begins with adventures. The characters develop with regard to self awareness. Both the characters goes through different sort of challenges, struggles, power and hard work which led them to succeed at the end both the protagonist belong to America. The Nostromo published in 1904 by Joseph