If the assassination Could trammel up the consequences, and catch With his surcease success; that but this blow Might be the be-all and the end-all here, But here, upon this bank and shoal of time, We’d jump the life to come. But in these cases We still have judgement here…” (Macbeth 1.7.1-8). Macbeth passes back and forth trying to justify his reason for killing Duncan.
In the play, Hamlet wants to kill Claudius and Claudius too wants to kill Hamlet and for Claudius this is the perfect situation to send Hamlet away from Fortinbras and kill him. “The second movement is from Hamlet 's assumption of his "antic disposition" to his forced departure for England
In cradle- clothes our children where they lay, / And call’d mine Percy, his Plantagenet!” (I.i.78-89). In this passage, King Henry IV is saying this lines at the beginning of the play that induce conflict between Prince Hal and Hotspur. Henry characterizes the acclaim and affluence of Hotspur by calling him ‘the theme of honor’s tongue’; in analyzing, he says, Prince Hal has been besmirched by ‘riot and dishonor.’ He then mentions an old English folk superstition about fairies who exchanged young children at birth.
King Claudius corresponds to all the parts of the tripartite because he shows Id, Ego, and Superego. A quote that shows ID is when King Claudius says “Hamlet, this deed, for thine especial safety—Which we do tender as we dearly grieve/ For that which thou hast done—must send thee hence/With fiery quickness. Therefore prepare thyself./The bark is ready and the wind at help,/Th ' associates tend, and everything is bent/ For England.l” The quote shows ID because King Claudius is so desperate to kill Hamlet that he sends Hamlet to England to get out of the way and get killed.
Shakespeare used perfect masculine rhyme to emphasize Malcolm’s speech and make it more effective and intimidating. This is because they are about to invade Scotland and overthrow Macbeth. The last two lines of Act 4 end with Malcolm saying “Receive what cheer
“If good, why do I yield to that suggestion[killing Duncan]/Whose horrid image doth unify my hair” (I, III, 144-145). This quote indicates that the force of ambition is so strong within Macbeth that even he himself cannot understand why it is making him think of killing Duncan. Likewise, Macbeth’s ambition to become king is further emphasized after Duncan names his son Malcolm as his successor. Here, Macbeth says that he will have to “oerleap,/For in my way it [Malcolm] it lies” (I, III, 55-57).
Oedipus is look for way to insure he is viewed as a great king in the eye of the city so he can eventually take over. Beowulf is look for a way for himself to mature so he can be a veracious king. “I have heard moreover that the monster scorns in his reckless way to use weapons; therefore, to heighten Hygelac 's fame and gladden his heart, I hereby renounce sword and the shelter of the broad shield, the heavy war-board: hand-to-hand is how it will be, a life-and-death fight with the fiend ( Beowulf ). This quotes connect to both of Oedipus and Beowulf believes because these two individuals both strive to gain wealth and in the quote it express Beowulf discussing a battle and getting another King speculation.
This marks his official plan taking shape and action. In conclusion, the three major soliloquies from Hamlet each reflect the major themes of revenge, death, religion, as well as espionage. Through these incredibly engaging, Shakespeare addresses the greatest of the tragedy’s themes to the audience repeatedly. These speeches show the evolution of internal struggle within the protagonist, as he ultimately questions his position in life, as well as death. Due to the countless interpretations to these main soliloquies, Hamlet continues to demand respect
Scene 2 line 1 of William Shakespeare 's Richard the 3rd takes one through the thoughts of King Edward. In this passage, King Edward was recently informed that he was the one to pull the trigger on the head of his brother, Duke of Clarence, George and how due to this, god would chastise him. Afterwards, Stanley makes a pitch to detain a single servant, thus infuriating the lord Edward. Suddenly, Edward is referring to his past relationship with George, and the sacrifices the duke of Clarence has made during the War of the Roses, so that king Edward is able to retrieve his current position. This scene is the début in the play of the character Edward, establishing his characteristics.
After the first shots were fired at Lexington and Concord, many people were indecisive about which side to support in the Revolutionary war. Delegates from the colonies came together to decide whether to break away from Great Britain or reconcile with them. The thirteen colonies were split into three groups, patriots, who supported breaking away from the English crown, loyalists, who supported the king, and undecided people. At the delegation people would give speeches advocating for both sides of the conflict, one of these people was Patrick Henry. Patrick Henry uses pathos, his audience's sense of patriotism, and ethos, calling Britain and its king a tyrant, in his speech to arouse support for the efforts of the patriots in breaking away from Great Britain.
Rhetoric is the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing. In “A Speech in the Virginia Convention,” Patrick Henry tries to convince his fellow colonists to fight with Great Britain. Through his speech, he claims that the colonists shouldn’t be controlled by the Great Britain. According to Patrick Henry, the colonist need to fight back against Great Britain for their freedom. Patrick Henry uses appeals and rhetorical techniques to convince his fellow colonists to go to war with Great Britain.
Since part one of Shakespeare’s, King Henry IV, it is quite evident that even though prince Hal tends to undervalue honor, he understands the role of honor in his life. In Henry IV, Shakespeare depicts a young Hal who is ridiculed because his private life is less honorable than it should be, which affects how people view him publicly, but in Act 3, Scene 2 of Henry IV Part 1, Hal promises his father that he will change, and it is evident that prince Hal is able to control his behavior for the public. Therefore, it is not too surprising that in Henry V, King Hal shows different private and public behaviors. In Act IV, Scene 1 of Henry V, Hal is privately disdainful and suspicious of the advantages of the honor that comes with kingship, while
Dumping 342 containers of tea into the Boston Harbor on December 16, 1773 was just the beginning of the rebellion against paying taxes to Great Britain. As the author and orator of the “Speech to the Second Virginia Convention,” Patrick Henry fights against being “slaves” to Great Britain. Henry utilizes rhetorical strategies such as, ethos, logos, and pathos to persuade Virginia to start the American Revolution. To show the audience that he has credibility, Patrick Henry starts his speech with, ”No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well abilities, of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the House” (Henry 1). He tells the audience that he has incredible patriotism for the colonies and that there are worthy gentlemen that have the ability to fight for our country.
In battle, there are many ways to be put in the wrong position. A few erratic decisions can cause lifelong problems. In “The Red Badge of Courage” Stephan Crane shows the many situations in battle during the Civil War in 1860. Henry Fleming, also known as “The Youth,” made many notable decisions that would consider him a coward rather than a hero. Henry demonstrates a coward because he ran during the battle, deserted the tattered soldier, and lied to the other soldiers.