The Path of Revenge “Eye for an eye makes the whole world blind,” said Mahatma Gandhi, a noted leader in India’s fight for independence. This quote refers to how a lust to gain revenge will result in an individual to be unable to look at the world in the same way they did before. We see a variation of this idea in Bahaa’ Taher’s novel Aunt Safiyya and the Monastery. In the novel, the characterization of Aunt Safiyya being consumed by a yearning for revenge after the death of her husband is demonstrated throughout the book. In the book, Aunt Safiyya loves a man named Harbi, but when she gets married to the bey who is Harbi’s uncle, she accepts the bey as her husband.
Starting off with the first movie “Pyaasa”. In Pyaasa hero Vijay is a poet and also jobless, his brothers don’t like him and wanted to destroy him that is why once they sold all Vijay’s poetry to a waste shop ( kind of wasted it ) and also kicked him out of the house. Now as discussed in the introduction in this time hero’s character revolved around the societal conflicts and Vijay’s example was a very big prove to it. The part female leading role begins when Gullabo (a girl shown as a prostitute) somehow reached that waste shop at bought that poetry written by Vijay earlier. Over here the director shows a massive reality of society that how ruthless nature can be for the poor and penniless people that due to her poor condition and lack of money Gulabo had to become a prostitute in order to earn money somehow.
The death of Catherine fuels his desire to cause pain and suffering to the Linton family. His obsession with Catherine and his disregard for boundaries or conventional thinking is demonstrated when he has her grave exhumed. His relationship with his son Linton is similar to his with Isabella. He manipulates and abuses Linton as a means to get revenge on the Linton family. His relationship with Hareton is disturbing as his sole objective as his guardian is to corrupt his mind.
Heathcliff gains his wealth through Hindley as justice for the years of abuse and neglect Heathcliff endured from him. Heathcliff knew that Catherine was a witness to the mistreatment, therefore he targeted Hindley to make sure his triumph known to Catherine. Catherine’s actions towards Heathcliff’s behavior damaged him, and “...he grew bitter with brooding over these injuries.” (Brontë 55). The psychotic, emotional, and damaging love plot in Wuthering Heights serves as a perfect example in why we should choose healthy motivations. Motivations should not damage the mind, weaken the soul, break the heart, or push a person to go to limits one cannot even begin to fathom.
Rudali openly communicates misery in the interest of relatives who are not allowed to demonstrate their feelings due to their economic wellbeing. Destitution and social abuse drive these ladies to such a dehumanized state, to the point that they get to be constrained to gain
Her brother was killed trying to avenge his sister's honor. She becomes in a great depression, she loses her family and her happiest life, so she recognizes that she has to play a big part in the revolutionary attempts to overthrow the power of the aristocracy. She spends her life enduring her anger and displeasure at the nobility of France until she turns into a ruthless killer because she must get revenge. The death of Charles Darnay and his entire family is central to her revenge. Madame Defarge reveals her true viciousness when the revolution heavily begins.
I mean, why would you hate someone who has passed away? It 's most likely due to the person choosing to end her life, somehow experiencing an unfair death. The audience would relate, especially to the younger generations, who experience anger when grieving the unfortunate passing of a loved one. The youth suffer from the pressure of school and expectations from family. This misery has led to numerous suicides in order to break free from the burdens of life.
To me, both stories are very similar; tales where the “blind” husband is made a cuckold of by one of his close friends. The reason why the Wife of Bath’s prologue is last is because she seems so unhappy. The fact that her tale was about her wishes, proves that she is not content with her life. She has yet to be loved as more than just a pretty face or a wealthy noble. This tale is known for the “Dorigen’s Complaint,” where she talks about all of the women through history who have killed themselves when in a position where they might lose honor.
He is helpless and does not have any control of his fate and becomes vagabond. Munoo is not only the one he actually represent the class which is economically weakened and is forced to live like slaves by other economically rich section of society. There are many who have contributed in the down-fall of Munoo, money lenders made his father die of shock, his uncle and auntie forced him to work in such a tender age, capitalists exploited him in textile factory and above all the lady who exploits Munoo sexually and because of all he faces he dies, ending this agonized saga of life. His extreme suffering ends with his life. Mulk Raj Anand has successfully brought the need of restoration of