Then Juliet's dad was going to make her married soon because he got himself killed. So she fakes her death. Since romeo is gone he thinks she’s really dead. Then he dies, then she dies. Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he killed mercutio, which made Romeo want to avenge him, then it caused him to be sent away.
Everyone gets tricked by Jafar, but in the end it all ends happily ever after with Jafar defeated, the genie safe, the kingdom restored, and Aladdin and Jasmine together. However, when Disney first released Aladdin, they were charged for the evident racism in the opening song, “Arabian Night,” for profiling Arabic culture. “Arabian Night,” use to read, “Oh, I come from a land, from a faraway place, where the caravan camels roam, where they cut off your ear, if they don’t like your face, it’s barbaric, but hey, it’s home.” Disney ended up altering the lyrics to read, “Oh, I come from a land, from a faraway place, where the caravan camels roam, where it’s flat and immense, and the heat is intense, it’s barbaric, but hey, it’s home.” Also in Aladdin it is notable that Jafar, the villain of the movie, is portrayed with some emphasized Arabic-like features such as the large hooked nose, while Aladdin, the hero of the
By killing all of the suitors, he reclaimed the life that was stolen from him, and reinstituted himself as King of Ithaca. Besides getting his revenge, Odysseus does have some physiological and behavioral transformations. While he was away from his life as king with his beautiful wife, newborn child, and peaceful lifestyle, he learned to appreciate his fortinality. “By nights he would lie beside her, of necessity, in the hollow caerns, against his will, by one who was willing, but all the days he would sit upon the rocks, at the seaside, breaking his heart in tears and lamentation and sorrow as weeping tears he looked out over the barren water.” (Homer Book 5 154-158), Odysseus longs for his life back home his entire journey. He also learns to be patient.
Now, what exactly do these three people have to do with Paris’ death? Romeo Montague is a fifteen year old boy who recently lost “the love of his life” Rosaline. Which is why he ended up at the Capulet’s party, and fell in love with Juliet Capulet. If you have read the play, it would automatically seem like Paris is dead because of the fact that Romeo stabbed him during their fight in the Capulet’s tomb. Paris was only at the tomb to say his goodbyes to his wife, who didn’t get
Abominable action are executed by Scar, he murdered his own brother and king to seize his position as king; he also tried to murder his nephew Simba, the heir to the throne but failed and told him to run away. As a result, he became the king ruling the kingdom in with a lack of consciousness and ruthlessly s. Scar believed he was entitled to perform as he pleased; his behaviour was no longer the surviving behaviour to seize the position of king. There was a food and water shortage but he responded he would rather prefer death to come along to all of them in order to stay as king, in power of the whole kingdom. His main focus in life was being king and is above every other animal in the hierarchy and he behaved as he was not even concerned about his death but only his legitimate
Unfortunately, he had to leave Daisy to go to war. After the war, he was determined to find Daisy but five years later, his feelings are not reciprocated; Daisy toys with him, uses Gatsby to make her husband jealous, and allows Gatsby to take the blame for the murder of her husband’s mistress. The most tragic of the three protagonists studied is Jay Gatsby because he demoralizes himself in a futile attempt at expired love, he has few genuine companions, and he cannot let go of the past. Throughout the novel, the contrast between Gatsby's pure past and corrupt future illustrates the degree to which he changes to impress his love, Daisy. Before Gatsby became tainted, "he had been beating his way along the south shore of Lake Superior as a clam-digger... or in any other capacity that
Despite the call of his lusts and passion for the influential queen, his dutiful character troubles him when choosing between this romance and duty. “Fair queen, oppose not what the gods command: forced by my fate, I leave your happy land” (lb 131) he guiltily laments upon her distress. Virgil allows the audience to glimpse the conflict that permeates through the heart of his hero. This foretaste evokes a bit of sympathy for Aeneas, yet the reader’s sympathy is drawn more so towards the “wretched queen, pursued by cruel Fate” (lb143) as she rashly chooses death over the loss of the Trojan. There remains a constant battle within Aeneas’s mind concerning his abandonment of the queen to seek out the glory of the gods as fate would allow.
The haste within the pursuit for love leads to death for many involved. Tybalt sees Romeo at his family’s exclusive party and thus is triggered his rage towards the Montague family. Tybalt explains to the audience how he will show his hatred of the Montagues: “I will withdraw, but this intrusion shall Now seeming sweet, convert to bitterest gall.” (1.5.102-103). Tybalt’s hatred can not be stopped, within the quote he deems he will get his sweet revenge on Romeo. Tybalt does not take a second to look at the situation nor does he listen to his Uncle who specifically tells him to make nothing of Romeo.
Twelfth Night is set in Illyria when Viola has just been washed onto shore after a shipwreck separated her from her twin brother, Sebastian. Viola dresses as a man called Cesario and works from the Count, Orsino, whom she falls in love with. Cesario is sent to make Olivia, the Lady of Illyria fall in love with Orsino. But instead of this happening, Olivia falls in love
Telemachus agreeing to help Odysseus even though he is doubtful shows that he is loyal and that he will do what it takes to get Odysseus his throne back. Telemachus also helped Odysseus win the fight against the suitors by killing Amphinomus and by bringing weapons for their friends to use during the fight. Telemachus, “ran to the room where spears and armor lay. He caught up four light shields, four pairs of spears, four helms of war high-plumed with flowing manes, and ran back, loaded down, to his father’s side” (1013). Telemachus proves that he is loyal to his father by helping him kill the people who tried to steal his land.