S could be a possible suspect in the murder of Hae, Adnan loved Hae and he wouldn’t that upset to just go kill her, and Jay kept changing his alibi about what happened. Even Jay is saying that he found Hae’s body in the back of Adnan’s car, Adnan is ultimately innocent because Jay could have took part in the crime somehow and he could be possibly covering something up. What I learned most from this project is that people can’t trust everyone. They can stab them in the back or make up lies but all the lying and false accusations can make people be involved in crimes or tough situations. From what had happened to Adnan, readers can tell that Adnan couldn’t trust Jay because he was telling wrong information the
Most fatal of all however, and most ironic of all, is that “[he is so] intent upon the future that… [He] does not notice the police car… follow him.” This one event, mixed with the stereotype the protagonist has thrown upon him by the cop, seals his fate. All three of these situations foreshadow the ironic and deadly situation that the poor lost man is about to find himself involved. It is these subtle hints to his death that not only add suspense to the plot, but also hold a key importance in conflict development. W.D. Valgardson uses many great elements of fiction to build plot and conflict, as well as teach the lesson of not making snap judgments in his short story Identities.
Perry originally pursued a similar set of motives, however, it seems as if the Clutters had become a way for Perry to relieve himself from decades of neglect and frustration. While Perry makes his verbal confession to Alvin Dewey he admits his own confusion as to why he carried out the attack, “I didn't have anything against them, and they never did anything wrong to me--the way other people have all my life. Maybe they're just the ones who had to pay for it."(302). . Capote deepens the divide between Dick Hickock and Perry Smith best in Perry’s verbal confession and the retelling of the night of November 14th 1959.
I will say as a lightning designer it Is very important to make smooth transitions when changing the lights so it’s not even noticed by the audience so maybe I missed a few changes but then that means they did an excellent job. Moving on to the sound designer, the job of providing realism to the theatre was met. Before the play even started there was an offstage battle going on. You knew it was a battle because there was shouting, gun shots and clashing of weapons. There was wisp of air indicating the battle was over and that’s when the play was
One of the few Noh Theater elements found in the Throne of Blood would be Noh masks. Masks are vital in the Noh and are worn just by the principle character. The masks help to raise the action out of the ordinary (Introduction to Noh). For the Noh performing artist, the mask of a specific character has its own sense of emotion. Before putting it on he will take a gander at it until he feels the feeling assimilated inside himself.
Friar Lawrence would take most of the blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet because he was an adviser to them and he was the one who gave Juliet the idea of drinking a 42hr sleeping potion which was not a good idea. He did everything he could to save this relationship but did he ever think twice before doing it? The Friar knew what was going on between Romeo and Juliet yet, he didn’t tell them to slow down, sit and talk to them about their relationship or try talking with both families and try to end the feud between them (if that was the case). He should’ve done something to prevent this from happening. And also, he shouldn’t have given the sleeping potion to Juliet.
He is then followed by regret. This shows that Elie was conflicted with himself as to what would ease his mind ; not being alone or not having to worry about anyone. Throughout the novel Night Elie entails the readers into what cruelty went on during the holocaust including most of his own accounts. He wants the world to know and never forget the genocide of 11 million innocent lives. In addition the reader can see how Elie grows up, starting from an innocent and extremely faithful 15 year old boy to an exhausted
Judge Danforth Explains that “I cannot pardon these when twelve are hanged for the same crime” (119). Danforth knows that Procter is right, but he is not trying to please solely Procter. Danforth has an entire community to worry about, in a town where nearly everyone is considered crazy, Danforth is the last solid figure they have. If Danforth starts to second guess himself, he fears that people will be very upset, if he admits he unjustly killed 12 people, then he is the worst murderer of them all. Overall, Danforth was wrong.
Have you ever made a decision that created a negative effect on people around you? Attics, from To Kill a Mockingbird, faced this when he decided to take on the case concerning Tom Robinson. Everyone clearly agrees that Atticus did indeed take the case. But while some argue that he was right in taking it, others he should not have taken the case. Atticus should not have defended Tom Robinson for three reasons: Atticus and his family are rejected, Scout and Jem are ridiculed, and Aunt, Uncle, and cousin show disgust.
In 1994 the judge and the jury ended this case with their final verdict. Although people viewed Gacy’s actions as unforgivable, he managed to bring closure to families by helping solve other murders. CONTEXT Despite Gacy’s troubling childhood he was able to be a role model in his community. According to Biography.com Editors, during his early life his dad was an alcoholic,“ who would beat the children with a razor strap if they were perceived to have misbehaved.” Gacy’s inspiration to give back to his community came from his childhood and him not wanting others to suffer like he did. Moreover, Gacy would start his career as a construction contractor living in a small town located in Chicago, “he made himself known in his community for his political work and help to charitable causes” (Clarkprosecutor).