He was hung at the end of the play, but his name be remembered exactly how he wanted it to be. “He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!” (1273) Metaphorically speaking, Proctor was put into a crucible, melted down, and came out in the purest form possible. John Proctor perfectly fits the role of a tragic hero because he has all the qualities of a tragic hero. John Proctor's main flaw was his excessive pride which sealed his fate.
This quote shows that Rainsford himself thinks that General Zaroff is one of the most merciless demented creatures to exist. As Rainsford envisions the general as the devil, it helps the reader connect previous events, such as the borscht (which is a cold red soup) to death, but the reader must guess, who’s
In Cold Blood, written by Truman Capote in 1966 tells the story of the murder of a prominent family in 60’s Kansas. Capote traveled to the small town of Holcomb, and befriended many of the townsfolk and the detectives involved in the trial to tell the story of a violent event that shaped this community for the decade until the eventual conviction and execution of the killers. Because of information being told, Capote makes the choice of writing his novel as if it were a news report. This journalistic structure and word choice helps to establish the serious and dark tone of the novel. In the beginning of the book, one of the first things Capote does is establish the setting.
He’d show more remorse over a dog”(144). Certainly, this statement made by Wesley of his brother illuminates his true feeling for Native Americans. Undeniably, Frank is an evil human being to consider an “Indian” to be less than a dog. This attitude is attributed by his own father Julian, who encourages this behavior. Not to mention, he regularly praises Frank and constantly makes blunt remarks of Frank and Indian girls.
A loving friend turns murderer after his retched jealousness and overanalyzing pushes him to new lows. In A Separate Peace by John Knowles, the true character of Gene Forrester is shown as he narrates his point of view of the story. Gene Forrester is a relatable ever changing, humanistic, and someone who is always in contention. Although at points Gene seems mentally unstable, he is a round, dynamic character that adapts and is generally mentally sound. Gene being the narrator of his own story shows from his perspective just how he views people and their interactions.
Michaud asserts the reasoning behind the creatures acts; “He does what he does because of his creator 's cruelty, because the whole humanity hates him and casts him out”(Michaud 159). It is easy to pin the victim card on Frankenstein and allow the creature to take the blame, but with closer analysis, it becomes evident that the creature was not always acting with bad intentions. Toward the beginning of the novel the creature took it upon himself to learn and explore the world, he showed compassion, sympathy, and efforts to be a caring person; it was not until Victor projected his disgust an unwanted for his creation that the creature begins to evolve. This can be seen when Victor demands the creature stay out of his life and makes it clear that he is disgusted by his appearance and existence (exemplified when the creature discovered the note in his clothes and verbally from Victor). It can be concluded that Victor 's mistreatment caused the creature to become defensive and act as the way he observed from his creator; Victor not only created the being but also was responsible for its shift in morality.
The Devil Within Why is the battle of right and wrong so difficult to figure out? Lord of The Flies demonstrates many themes about human nature, but ultimately believes that everyone has the constant battle of right and wrong and how sick and twisted humans can be. The author William Golding used many things to portray his theme. He used noble and corrupt leaders to show characters making the right and wrong decisions. He also used many conflicts to show the strategies of how at first the boys were so civilized then the downfall into savages.
“ ‘ Live with your head in the lion’s mouth. I want you to overcome ’em with yeses, undermine ’em with grins, agree ’ em to death and destruction, let ’em swoller you till they vomit or bust wide open’ ”( Ellison 16). The protagonist was of African descent. His grandfather explained to the protagonist to appease the people of higher class, which were mainly white individuals who had more rights than blacks at the time. The grandfather had hoped for the protagonist to be kind to whites to the point of their frustration.
Psychopaths don’t use emotions properly. They don’t react based on how they feel, they analyze their feelings and react based on what would be most beneficial in their case. Eric also had a god complex. He hated anyone who wasn’t as smart as him, and believed natural selection was the greatest thing to ever happen. “He loved explosions, actively hated inferiors, and passively hoped for human extinction’ (Cullen 184).
It is the green-eyed monster, which doth mock the meat it feeds on” (3.3.187-189). This statement is directed towards Othello, and is significant for many reasons. This statement directly relates to how Iago is targeting Othello’s major weakness, which is jealousy. However, this quote also adds dramatic irony to the play because Iago’s major motive throughout the tragedy is his own jealousy of Cassio. This statement also foreshadows how jealousy will ultimately be the cause of the demise of many characters throughout the
This means that the sinners have to be born again to be in the kingdom. Moreover, Edwards had a powerful impact on his puritan audience of his puritan audience because of his use of a complex figurative language in the passage. In paragraph 2, it states that “They are now the objects of that very same anger and wrath of God, which is expressed in the torments of hell”. It also states that “Is not at present very angry with them as he is with many miserable creatures now tormented in hell”. Theses quotes reveal that God power is fear so that it can shut the sinners down and destroy sinners who made him angry.
.learned to smother the rage [he] felt at so often being mistaken for a criminal. Not to do so would surely have led to madness. . .” (386). The stirring use of pathos here makes the audience feel not only for him, but for all others in similar situations.
David Fincher does not shy away from depicting grotesque and horrifying scenes to present a message; furthermore, Fincher’s portrayal of “planned” violence, use of lighting, and choice of music, and close attention to sound evokes a sense of fear and disgust towards each of the individually portrayed “sins”. In Se7en, Fincher conceptualizes John Doe, a sadistic and self-glorified serial killer; moreover, he presents Doe as a deeply evil character that truly believes that he is “opening the world’s eyes” to the sins that they face but cannot see. This evil that radiates from John Doe is clearly seen through the horrific crimes he commits and the messages he is trying to proclaim for all the world to hear. David Fincher’s characterization of John Doe’s evil and sensitivity to light, music,