Romeo could have walked away, he could have left, he could have done anything other than fight Tybalt. But he didn’t, he was too desperate. Too desperate because one of his only friends was lying on the ground, dying. Too desperate because he knew that Paris was soon to wed Juliet, and he could do nothing to stop it without giving himself away. Too desperate to get revenge on a person who killed one of his dearest friends.
Okonkwo is the protagonist and tragic hero of this story. He was a man who let the fear of looking weak get the best of him and he ended up doing things he didn’t want to do. His deadbeat father was the blame of how he ended up being in life. His life went downhill really fast. He dealt with things back to back and he didn’t see things getting any better.
While Hamlet is hesitant Laertes is brash and impulsive. He even states that in his confrontation with King Claudius “Let come what comes, only I 'll be revenged Most thoroughly for my father.” (4.5.148-154) Laertes does not do much thinking when it comes to avenging his father. The opposite is said about Hamlet who spends too much time contemplating whether he should avenge his father. They both were in the same situation but went about it very differently. In the final confrontation between Claudius, Laertes and Hamlet their colliding motives leads to the death of each person.
Unfortunately, he was unable to see his family due to rebels attacking. His mental state was heavily damaged at that point. Waiting years to see your family again just to see them killed is truly depressing. When Ishmael started to train as a boy soldier, he soon became determined to avenge his family. This is shown when the lieutenant was brainwashing Ishmael, telling them to kill the one that killed their family.
In order to be a good leader, he needs to be able to do these things so that he can have a just revenge. Before Hamlet learns of his father 's death from the ghost, he is still grieving but later goes mad after he discovers that Claudius killed his father. Hamlet is not fond of Claudius and now that he knows what happened to his dad he is bloodthirsty for revenge. His reason for his madness is that he wants to obtain information on what really happened without raising suspicion. Hamlet wants to pick up more clues so that he can see if the what the ghost said actually happened.
Many people are in favor of tort law because the purpose of the tort law is to “provide remedies for the invasion of various protected interests (Miller & Jentz, 2014)”. In other words, the victim will get compensated in accidents, and they believe that this is what the civil justice all about, and most of them against the tort reform. Because of the tort reform, victims have difficulty to prove themselves on the courts. It is difficult for victims to get deserved money back. In the article “Tort reform pros and cons”, Crystal Lombardo (2015) gave an example about the negative effect of the tort reform.
The young boy of 19 killing his father was a big enough dilemma its self, but it wouldn 't of be enough to make the story positively interesting. Jury 3 was constantly arrogant towards jury 8. He was always telling the others, that jury 8 was lying, and trying to trick them. Jury 3 was essential in the plot, and the buzz of the story. He was constantly fighting back for his own problems with his son.
This infuriates Hamlet and causes him to want revenge. Hamlet never trusted his uncle in the first place because he married his mother not even two months after his father died. He is very upset with his mother and even more now that the ghost has admitted the hurt and betrayal that he is feeling. This not only makes Hamlet feel the same way about his mother that the ghost feels but it also makes him so angry that he plans to kill the new king. Revenge is the main point in the play and the ghost king is the one who started Hamlets want for all the revenge.
Orlick’s constant animosity and hunger for revenge has only filled him up with negative emotions for several years, making him unhappy and unable to enjoy life. Pip was also injured in the process demonstrating how revenge harms the victim and the seeker. In the end, Orlick never fulfilled his revenge by trying to kill Pip. Instead, Pip asked, “‘Is it Pumblechook’s house that has been broken into, then?’‘That’s it, Pip,’ said Joe…‘But he knowed Orlick, and Orlick’s in the county jail’”(497). With his overflowing resentment for Pip, he decides to make a premature decision to break into Pumblechook’s house.
He was not in the wrong for doing so because he knew someone was going to die. It would either be Faber, after Beatty tracked him down, or it would be Beatty. This fear impacted Montag because he knew he was in trouble when Beatty stopped the Salamander in front of his house to burn what Beatty refers to as Montag’s new problems. In their society, if people were caught with books in their houses, their houses were burned. This fear is similar to what Malala felt in I Am Malala.