When she was told of the sacred bush, the berries, and the subsequent decline in Vera’s health, the great matriarch had sunk to her haunches and had lowered her head, so that she was at Vera’s eye level. Even then, her great face had appeared weathered, and to Vera, the solemn curve of her mouth could only mean that a scolding was forthcoming. But Ma Anhah did not scold. Instead, she began to ask questions. How many times had Vera plucked the fruit?
Trifles is a play about two deaths, Mr. Wright and Minnie. Minnie’s spirit has been murdered by her husband and in return she murdered him. It is hinted many times that dark things may have happened in this house to Minnie. When Mr. Hale asked about Minnie’s husband wanting to put a phone “she started to laugh” “looked at me—scared”. Getting a phone could give Minnie some freedom the Mr. Wright did not want to give her.
None of this seemed right in Hamlet’s eyes. This is just one of the many things Hamlet says about this but his mother takes this to heart and gets strongly offended. Later on when Hamlet puts on the play Mousetrap, his mother takes even more offense to how he was indirectly referring to his uncle the entire time. In a private conversation with Hamlet after the play, she tells him “Hamlet, thou hast thy father much offended” (pg. 72, l. 9) with father referring to his uncle.
John committed the sin of adultery with Abigail. Which therefore, he broke one of the ten commandments. John does seem truly sorry for his sin he has committed with Abigail. He tries to talk with his wife Elizabeth about the whole situation, but Elizabeth will not let the situation go. Elizabeth tries to convince John to go and tell Abigail that she sleeps around to much, but he would not do it.
Giles Corey is an old eager to fight resident of Salem… Giles fate turns tragic when he, in a way, accuses his wife of witchcraft, when he out loud wonders about the strange books that she reads at nights. He isn’t very educated and is on his third wife, Martha. Since he isn’t very educated he cannot read the way that his wife does, and is suspicious because the other two wives he had did not read like Martha either. He then asks Reverend Hale a simple question that is misinterpreted. He tells Hales that it strange how at night when she muttering aloud her books he cannot say his prayers out loud, but when she stops he can pray again.
When trying to solve a murder, you must have a case. When the characters discover that Mrs. Wright's pet canary’s neck was snapped, they immediately put the mystery together. They realize that since Mr. Wright had killed Mrs. Wright’s canary, the only animal that kept her company, Mrs. Wright wanted to get revenge on her husband. This resulted in Mrs. Wright killing him with a rope. All of this thinking and analysis required some type of scientific process.
In the poem and stories of Macbeth, Wuthering Heights, and my last Duchess the women and men caused destructive love because they wanted control. In Macbeth, lady macbeth talks macbeth into things he doesn 't want to do. Also in Wuthering Heights Catherine doesn 't marry heathcliff because he doesn 't have money. In My Last Duchess he has his wife killed because she is paying other men attention. In Macbeth, lady Macbeth talks her husband Macbeth into things he doesn 't want to do.
Ophelia is upset because she is in love with Hamlet. Ophelia’s death is confirmed by the doctor when he says “He obsequies have been as far enlarged as we have warranty. Her death is doubtful, and, but that great command…” (V.i. 234). It’s not directly stated that Ophelia killed herself although it’s very likely because Hamlet tells her that he does not love her and she believed him.
The deaths of the star crossed lovers is mostly due to people not thinking about their actions causing rivalries between the families if the feud wasn't there then there love would be accepted. Lord Capulet is at fault for Romeo and Juliet's deaths. He continues the feud between the Capulets and Montagues, this was the biggest factor of Romeo and Juliet's tragic deaths. The feud caused Romeo and Juliet to have a forbidden love, if they were aloud to love each other they wouldn’t of have to keep their love a secret and try to of run away together. Capulet moves up Paris and Juliet's wedding, by doing this Juliet and Friar Laurence's plan is moved
Hamlet has been through a lot… his father has passed away, his mother has so quickly remarried not to no normal man but to his uncle. Then his friends start claiming that they’ve seen a ghost and not any regular ghost but his deceased father’s ghost… it may all sound crazy but now his father’s ghost wants Hamlet to get revenge for his father’s death. The ghost claims that his uncle did it! At first the words were hard to process and he didn’t believe but then he thought of an idea… what if Hamlet acted crazy and found little ways for his uncle to give reactions that make the statement true or not… believe it or not Hamlet eventually does end up killing his uncle, but were his actions justified? Here is some references that may help you decide.