He viewed Odysseus and his men as intruders. To show them how angry he is, Polyphemus does this “Then he dismembered them and maid his meal/ gasping and crunching like a mountain lion everything: innards, flesh and marrow bones” (9.195-198). The Cyclops savagely murdered Odysseus’s men. After he is done, Odysseus and his men make a plan to leave. There plan is to get the Cyclops drunk and stab his eye out, so he cannot see and they can escape.
When the storm comes, “A wave of restlessness set the boys swaying and moving aimlessly” and “the littluns began to run about, screaming.”(P187) Jack demands that savages do the ceremonial dance just as they do it before killing pigs to achieve a sense of security. Even “Piggy and Ralph […] found themselves eager to take a place in this demented but partly secure society” (P187). However, Simon appears for his decision of sharing his discovery about the beast at this time, and this is absolutely inopportune. All of the boys, include Piggy and Ralph, brutally beat him to death. After this assembly, The boys are officially divided into two groups -- one is lead by Ralph and the other one is under Jack's control.
Just to get what she wanted, she did convince macbeth to commit crimes, but Macbeth is still the person with the last word. He cannot do anything by himself because he is scared, but when his wife helps him out, she herself does not wish to kill anyone. The one who commits the crime pays the price. Macbeth is the only murderer since he was the one who always ordered the murderers to kill whomever he disliked. Macbeth also has no mercy when he sent out the men to kill Macduff's family.
‘What the hell you laughin’ at?’ Lennie looked blankly at him. ‘Huh?’ Then Curley’s rage exploded.”(Steinbeck 62) Curley fights people for no apparent reason, and this time it came back to bite him. “George was on his feet yelling, ‘Get him, Lennie. Don’t let him do it.’”(63) Lennie then proceeds to break Curley’s hand, and Curley realizes he shouldn’t have messed with Lennie. Curley also treats his wife as property, as the author doesn’t even give her a name.
Then once Nag manages to get himself into the bathroom sluice, Rikki-tikki-tavi kills him just right before the man blows him into pieces. Rikki-tikki-tavi then relizes that he would have to soon fight Nagania which he says that battling Nagania would be worse than fighting 5 Nags and that he would have to destroy her eggs aswell. When Nagania finds out that is dead, she asumes that the family had killed him. She soon thought of a plan to get revenge on the family, and just a moment later Rikki-tikki-tavi had thought of a plan himself, he went to Darzee and asked him to pretend that he had a broken wing in front of Nagania so that he could attract her attention. Darzee thought to himself that such a plan would be to risky, so instead his wife decided that she would do the job herself.
“To crown my thoughts with acts，be it thought and done:/The castle of Macduff I will surprise;/Seize upon Fife；give to the edge of the sword/His wife，his babes，and all unfortunate souls/That trace him in his line．No boasting like a fool;/This deed I 'll do this purpose cool/But no more sights!——Where are these gentlemen?”(4.1.155).In this quotation Macbeth regrets that all of his actions are too slow to reach his goal, he will realize every goal faster after this.He has also said that he will attack Macduff’s castle and kill all of his family members.This quotation shows that everything Macbeth has done, included murdering Duncan, is under his control.He will use any methods to realize his goal no matter it is right or not in the aspect of morality. “Both of you/Know Banquo was your enemy”(3.1.120).In this quotation, Macbeth tells both of the murderers that Banquo is their enemy.This quotation shows that Macbeth has seen everybody who is dangerous in his view as his enemy, even his king, and his best friend.He will kill all of the “enemies”,no one can stop him from becoming the king.Therefore, murdering king Duncan is his free will and this has caused his failure at the end of the
Violence is the behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something, which is seen in multiple scenes of Macbeth. There was a lot of violence ever since the beginning of this play, because Lady Macbeth knew from the beginning that she wanted to kill King Duncan. Her idea of killing the king was brilliant and to accomplish that a lot of murder was going to occur. She took care of every single detail leaving no evidence behind and blaming all the murders on the guards. Macbeth soon succeeds at killing king Duncan and soon realizes that all the violence and killing are making him powerful and have the adrenaline to kill.
On page three Oedipus says “whoever he was that killed the king may readily wish to dispatch me with his murderous hand, so helping the dead king i help myself”(3). He is so clueless and think he is really going to find this murderer, when in reality he is talking about himself. He is not showing
Macbeth realized that he had to kill King Duncan, but when he sees the dagger, he is imagining what it would feel to actually carry out the plan. Macbeth is frightened by this sight, however it did bring him back to reality, and the reality he wanted was to fulfill his plan. In comparison to Lady Macbeth, Macbeth felt guilty after killing Duncan. He said “Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand? No, this my hand will rather The multitudinous seas incarnadine, Making the green one red” ( II, II, 77-80 ).
In his greed, or desire to fulfill the prophecy, Macbeth murders several people, including King Duncan and Macbeth’s own friend Banquo. As he is trying to talk himself out of murder, he says, “I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition, which o’er leaps itself and falls on the other” ,(Act 1 Scene 7 Shakespeare 62). Then Macbeth realizes that greed is his only motivator, yet he continues to pursue the thrown. The theme ambition plays a big role in Macbeth testing Macbeth disloyalty. Macbeth said to himself, “Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires”, (Act 1 Scene 4 Shakespeare 48) “Stars, hide your fires” is personification.
After Dahmer killed more and more men and consuming their bodies, Dahmer lived his average day live without anyone knowing his secret. After a while the police began to notice that more and more men were disappearing and no one knew where they went. A man came running out of Dahmer’s apartment and the neighbors called the police. When the police arrived Dahmer was trying to calm him down, They asked what was going on, “just a spouse argument” says Dahmer. The police got into there car and drove off.
Is he dead?" he said without giving an inkling of grief. Candy nods quickly. Eyebrows raised, Curley storms over to where Lennie lay peacefully. But before he was able to attempt anything, The Boss charged into the place where the men gathered, grabbing his son by the collar and dragging him away.
Odysseus had no choice but to land at this island because the men had no food or water. Unknown to Odysseus and his men, the island was inhabited by bloodthirsty Cyclopes. They went to check out the island and they find a cave in which they find some wine and cheese. The men didn’t want to stay, but Odysseus insisted they wait on the owner to return. While they are eating the chess and the wine, a large Cyclopes Polyphemus is not happy with what he sees and he eats two of the men, and “when the cyclops fills is huge belly with human flesh, he washed it down with milk, then stretched out in his cave among his flocks.” (Homer, The Odyssey, Book IX, Page 277).