He tells the readers that the eye makes his “blood run cold” and because of that he had to kill him. If that’s the case then I could kill a person just because I didn’t like how their teeth looked. No, even if somebody had a another person coming out of their eye you shouldn’t take their life or treat them any different. I mean of course there are many, many violent acts in today’s world, but people nowadays should try to make this world a least a little
In conclusion, Mr. George Milton is clearly guilty of first degree murder of Mr. Lennie Small over killing him consciously, planning his death, and the method/timing of the execution. For example, he second guessed his action when he was at the brush. Had the chance to do right from wrong. Yet, he still carried out his plan. A little before the execution, he stole a ranch man’s gun and knew exactly where to shoot Lennie for not even a single cry of hell can burst out of him.
The Cunning In the story “The Cask of Amontillado.” Montresor is the narrator of the story as he was the one who murdered fortunato. Considered fortunato a friend Although he only saw him as an acquaintance and because of this he caused Montresor great pain which later turned to montresor leaving fortunato to die. As said in the text, fortunato caused him “THE thousand injuries”( Poe 2). Because of causing montresor this pain that wasn 't explained explicitly. Montresor 's great deal of importance on connoisseurship, led to how he planned his revenge on fortunato, montressor became an expert in observation understanding and combining the two towards manipulation.
Whenever it fell upon me, my blood ran cold; and so by degrees --very gradually --I made up my mind to take the life of the old man, and thus rid myself of the eye forever. " Now you can see the real assassin motive for the killing , just because of his eye. Sounds really strange, uh? You may say that this is just one eery moment in this story. But we will
“I have done the deed. Didst thou not hear a noise?” (2.2.14,). This shows that he killed the King with no fear. But it does prove one missing steriotype from the otherwise manly Macbeth. It shows he was in shock and scared of his “deed”.
The Death of Julius Caesar In William Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar”, Caesar is stabbed to death by a group of conspirators. There are many reasons as to why Caesar is killed but it ultimately comes down to two main reasons. Caesar is killed because the conspirators want him dead and he is very arrogant, this proves that bad things happen too self centered dishonorable people. One reason the conspirators want Julius Caesar dead is because they believe Caesar thinks he is better than everyone else. “I was born free as Caesar; so were you: / We both have fed as well, and we can both endure the winter’s cold as well as he.” Another reason why the conspirators want Julius Caesar dead is because they believe Caesar won 't be a good
“You should have seen how wisely I proceeded with what caution-with what foresight-with what-dissimulation I went to work! “ (Poe 692). That is until he starts explaining his motivation towards why he killed the old man, but as the narrator explains he does not know why he killed the old man that is until he speaks of the old man’s evil eye. “I think it was his eye!-yes, it was this!” (Poe, 691). The eye of the old man showed the narrators true intentions a mirror into his own mind showing him his true self.
The society in this book seemed to be the type that followed the rules or if you didn’t the worst things were going to happen to you. Everybody makes mistake and they try to learn and move on from them but killing someone intentionally would stick with that person forever and they would never be the same. Therefore, some people debate on whether he was completely out of place for killing Beatty or did the best thing for society. Although Montag killed Beatty, many people debate over whether it was the right thing to do or not. Montag did was he thought was right according to him because Montag thought that he was protecting himself and Faber, killing him to give society a chance to change, and because Beatty did not want to live anymore.
However, the narrator is not guilty because of the reason of insanity. One sign of the narrator being insane is that he has impulsive behavior. For example, the narrator says, “First of all, I dismembered the corpse, I cut off the head, and the arms, and the legs, or … works as well” (12). This means that he cut off the body without thinking about it beforehand. Furthermore, the narrator also says that he did not just leave the body there, but hid it too.
Furthermore, the legal definition of first degree murder is: A killing which is deliberate and premeditated. If the state of mind the killer is in is one of malice and/or contemptment with the killing, this constitutes first degree murder. Now, while my client did choose to kill the man, had a premeditated plan, and was content with the deed, it was only for a while. He was not right in the head. As stated above, he loved the old man.
Totally agree with you Scott eventhought at the beginning he didn 't sound that insane, cause for example sometimes others people have eyes, body parts , etc, that bothers us just to even look at. However, after he make the decision to kill the old man and worse to dismember his body that 's when he became completely insane, and because the guilt was so strong he coudln 't resist lying to the officers been scare that he was gonna get cut he just started confesing to his crime. So yea hi was completely insane after killing the old man, but at the beginning to me was something normal in
At the scene of Romeo and Juliet’s death, Friar Lawrence confesses, “I am the greatest, able to do the least, yet most suspected, as the time and place doth make against me, of this direful murder. And here I stand, both to impeach and purge myself condemned and myself excused” (5.3.32-36). He explains that because he was there at the time of Romeo and Juliet’s death, he is suspected to have killed them. He should have been able to stop Juliet because he was there. Instead he chose to abandon the couple.
He decided to kill those without guilt first. He killed Marston and Mrs. Roger first because Marston was born without a sense of moral responsibility and Mrs. Rogers was probably told to kill the old lady because of her husband. Next he murdered General Macarthur by sneaking up behind him. He then needed an ally so he chose Armstrong because he was kind of a gullible person. Armstrong agrees because he is told that they were trapping the murder.