I have seen things from rape, to beating, to murder. Everything I have seen the last few days, I will never be able to erase from my mind. Today, Violet and I met in her room, and Violet confessed to me that she was planning on escaping tonight. To say the least, her plan did not work, and I lost one of the only people I can talk to in this cage. Now how am I ever going to escape from this place?
Dr. Manette writes a letter to an authority figure explaining what he has seen at the Marquis de Evermonde’s estate. He returns home from the Marquis de Evermonde’s estate, and soon there is a knock on the door. Dr. Manette’s wife “laid her head upon my shoulder, that night when I was summoned out- she had a fear of my going, though I had none” (258). Unfortunately for Dr. Manette, the Marquis and his brother intercept the letter he writes. “The Marquis took from his pocket the letter I had written, showed it me, burnt it in the light of lantern that was held, and extinguished the ashes with his foot… I was brought here, I was brought to my living grave” “and when I was brought to the north tower they found these upon my sleeve.
When he took his final breath he was shot by mistake. For the person who shot him had in mind that he was the killer of his wife but it was none other than Daisy herself, but Gatsby took the blame for the death anyways and ended up dying for his love. Jay Gatsby was deeply in love with Daisy Buchanan, he went to get measures to get everything for her but in the end just to have it turn to dust. His influence on people made them question who he was, his grand master plan was his own tragic flaw, and his fall from grace was his way out of all the lies he told. He has been spared all the hate that
“You could never do such a thing.” “I’ll always love you more.” “Never. The day I make you my wife is the day you’ll realize my love for you was always more than yours for me.” Cortez grabs Aubries hand and kisses her soft caramel skin softly. “I can’t wait for that day baby girl.” “Maybe we shou- I mean I want it just as much but do you think you’re ready for that? With me?” “Not this again. Aubrie I’m not going anywhere.
Young Siward: Your last hour is close, you evil tyrant! (They both fight, and Macbeth killed the Young Siward) Macbeth: No men born from a woman can defeat me, I’m the great Macbeth. I’m not afraid of swords in this life! Scene 8: -Characters: Macbeth, Macduff. Macduff: Look at me now; I’m here to punish your evil soul with death.
After the trial, Bob Ewell swears to Atticus that “he’d get him if it took the rest of his life” (290). He then attempts to murder both Jem and Scout, succeeds in seriously injuring Jem, and then gets murdered himself. All of the three events above would have been avoided if Mayella had been honest during the trial, putting the responsibility on Mayella. Her dishonesty prolonged the aftermath of the trial for much longer than necessary and caused a domino effect of tragic events, none of which were desirable in any way. As shown above, the actions of Mayella Ewell during the trial of Tom Robinson prove that ultimately, she is more villain than
Within the first pages, Oates developed and introduced the characters, established a setting and touched on the major events that impacted the main characters. Years later, as Genna introduced her book, which she claims held no title, about the death of Minette Swift, she stated, “Some truths are lies my father Maximilian Meade has said. My father was a man who acquired fame and notoriety for such inflammatory statements, that fill some of us with rage. No truths can be lies is my preferred belief. And so I begin, my text without a title in the service of justice” (2).
After I shrugged off his comment I then, for the first time I can remember, heard him tell me “I love you”. Once I heard this the tears fell from my eyes like water through a broken flood gate. I handed the phone back to my mother, ran to my room, and cried. How dare he do this to me? I knew he didn’t mean it so why would he tell me this empty “I love you”?
But they froze to death dreaming of warmth and love that they had never been able to obtain, still hoping beyond hope that they might reach the end. To say that this felt very dissatisfying and depressing is an understatement. I picked up the book again, searching for another meaning. The second explanation that I found was that Jonas and Gabriel had drifted into unconsciousness because of the cold just as they reached Elsewhere. "Suddenly he was aware with certainty and joy that below, ahead, they were waiting for him; and that they were waiting, too, for the baby" (The Giver 225).
He was so deadly pale – which had not been the case when they went in together – that no vestige of colour was to be seen in his face” (149). As promised, Darnay tells Doctor Manette his family name, which is Evrémonde, the same name of the man who had imprisoned him for years, yet without a trial. As Lucie and Charles Darnay go on their honeymoon, Doctor Manette relapses into a state of mental illness and begins to make shoes again. Even though he still allows Darnay to marry Lucie, Doctor Manette often reverts to this insanity caused from his imprisonment and terrible past; however, he believes that it is worth the sacrifice