Mozart trusted everyone, he thought that everyone was in his favor, he was blindfolded to the reality and evil nature of Salieri. When Mozart became, dizzy and fell in his own opera, Salieri brought him home, not because he cared for Mozart but because he wanted to see him die and feel relief. When Mozart’s colleagues came to see Mozart, Salieri took the money that they gave and told Mozart that the disguised guy gave this money for you and if you finish the music by tommorow night he will give you another 100. Though Mozart was extremely ill, he tried his level best to finish the piece of music by tommorow night. Salieri was so selfish that he did not care for Mozart’s poorly condition.
Othello falls for Iago’s lies because he sees Othello as a trustworthy man. The reason Othello’s trust in Iago is high, it is because of his honesty, giving him the name “Honest Iago,” and Othello has also known him for years. Throughout the whole story, Othello is lead to believe Iago’s lies and would trust him more than anyone else even his wife Desdemona. With Iago trying manipulate Othello, it works well causing him to do things leading to disbelieve the close people around him.
Starting with, Odysseus getting the Cyclops drunk. Right when the folly Cyclops was about to attack him, Odysseus,”Hands his guest a gift to warm his heart. Our soil yields the Cyclops powerful, full-bodied wine.” (9. 400-401) The Cyclops is offered wine from Odysseus and his crew, and the Cyclops takes it and drinks it.
For example, the guests were all wearing colorful jeweled gowns , with very fancy headpieces. They acted savagery as they were eating and listening to Trimalchio talk, and laughed no matter what he said. Trimalchio 's banquet is described to portray Nero’s court, and the table talk is based on the authors personally observations of provincial societies. The events that happen before the banquet shows the main character Encolpius trying to win back Giton from his former roommate Ascyltus. Encolpius is heartbroken that Giton picks Ascyltus over him, and was going to commit suicide but an earthquake strikes and prevents him from doing so.
Every man rapidly finds that they both are extortionists, and they choose to cooperate. Not long after their understanding, the most youthful breaks into tears and cases that he is the Duke of Bridgewater and must be approached with deference. After an insightful minute, the most seasoned uses the same strategy and cases to be the Dauphin, the legitimate beneficiary to the French throne. Huck accepts the men are basic scalawags yet chooses not to test them with a specific end goal to keep the peace.
Both Montresor and Holmes use their cleverness to gain advantages. Montresor demonstrates his cunning when he suggests going “‘to Luchesi,”’ (Poe 2) a rival wine expert, as a way to make Fortunato jealous so that Fortunato will go down to the catacombs with him. Holmes’ partner Watson expresses his admiration
The range by which the term “power” is defined is vast, although any person or object possessing the ability to control one’s mind can be defined as powerful, including alcohol. In The Cask of Amontillado, Fortunato’s love for wine becomes the reason for his demise. Although wine is usually an inanimate object, in this story by Edgar Allan Poe, Amontillado (wine) possess the power to tempt poor Fortunato time and time again, blinding him from a downward spiral that he is walking into, thereby making it “animate” as it controls Fortunato rather than him controlling the wine. Montresor says, “He had a weak point --this Fortunato…
Cassio not only does not see who causes him this strife but thanks him for it and bids him a good night. Additionally, Iago is able to completely change Lodovico 's opinion of Othello in four short words. Lodovico witnesses Othello hit Desdemona, and all Iago needs to say is that “[Othello] is much chang’d” (Shakespeare, 4.1.266). With these few words, Lodovico is completely swayed, and immediately believes Iago’s assertion that Othello is
Friar Laurence adds many twists to the plot, such as marrying Romeo and Juliet, and giving Juliet the fake poison. The first reason why Friar Laurence is important is that he plays the important role of the mediator. He always gives neutral advice, and wanted to end the feud between the two houses for a long time; “In one respect I'll thy assistant be/ For this alliance may so happy prove/
Montessor uses Fortunato’s connoisseurship in wine to lure him into the catacombs , then tries to make him go back . “Niter,”I replied ,”how long have you had that cough ?”.. my poor friend found it impossible for him to reply for many minutes.. we will go back your heath is precious… I shall not die of a cough. ”117
Montresor during the carnival greeted me with a jester outfit, the party was elaborate and beautiful. I was surrounded by wine, Montresor knew my love for wine. Montresor offered myself a bottle of Amontillado, unsure of its authenticity I was eager to find out. Montresor told me he kept his wine underground which wasn 't uncommon, I hadn 't thought anything surprising of it. I
The fact that these two lovers still had the chance to cross each other’s paths despite the clash of their families, shows that fate was in full control of their lives. In the first act, a Capulet serving man comes across Romeo and Benvolio and unaware that they’re Montagues, he invites them to the Capulet party, “My master is the great rich Capulet, and if you be not of the house of Montagues, I pray come and crush a cup of wine.” (l.ii.80-82). It is by fate that Romeo and Benvolio ran into the illiterate Capulet serving man who asked for their help and by gratitude, invites them to the party, at which Romeo is destined that he will meet his love, Juliet. When Romeo attends the party, he already foreshadows what destiny had in store for him, “With this night’s revels and expire the term/Of a despised life clos’d in my breast,/By some vile forfeit of untimely death.”