If they hadn’t kept their wedding, the dual, the plan to come back a secret none of this would have happened. Like it says her talking about their plan “appear like death and in this borrowed likeness of shrunk death thou shalt continue two- and – forty hours, and then awake as from a pleasant sleep.” So if they were already deliberating a plan on death what was to think that couldn’t lead to their real deaths? The secrets were even held between them even if they didn’t mean them to be. How he didn’t get the letter of the plan which lead to his death. Then her seeing of this death killed herself as well which also connects with rash decisions.
“I admit to what I did, brother,” Mariam said, “But, if I hadn’t, he would have killed her. He was strangling her” (P365). This shows that Mariam is willing to take responsibility for her action she knew that there would be conscious, but she also knew that what she did was to save Laila and her children. Mariam’s actions would lead to this moment, “Kneel here, hamshira. And look down.” One last time, Mariam did as she was told.” (371).
Before going to the king the vizier had a conversation with his daughter after she came to him with the news that she wanted to be the king’s next bed partner, even though it was widely known that this position was typically a one night deal e ending in death for the woman. Shahrazad made the vizier go to the king, even though she knew what could very well happen to her if her plan doesn’t work out in the way she wanted. At first her father refused and he only did as she wished after she told him if she did not she would only go behind his back. After warning against her decision the vizier went to King Shahrayar and bow before him to tell him of his daughter's wish. The king made sure that the vizier knew he would most likely have to put his own daughter to death, and that if he refused to do so then he too would be put to death.
If Creon had followed through with Antigone’s original method of execution, Haemon may not have killed himself because he would have been prepared for her death. When Creon changed his mind about her, he believed that she was going to survive. Once he got to the vault and saw she had killed herself, he made the impulsive decision to end his own life as well. Whereas if he was prepared for her execution, he would have been miserable, but probably not suicidal. Sophocles didn’t resolve the conflict in this way, however, because this play is a tragedy––it is supposed to have a very tragic
In most minds, they were simply puppets controlled by the capricious gods. For example, Antigone claims that breaking the law and her impending death is her destiny because of her family’s disturbing past. The Chorus mentions this as they help Antigone process her death sentence: “Man’s fate is determined, will not be denied. The child Antigone pays for the parents’ pride” (41). Unavoidable fate is a theme in many works of literature.
She went with the devil to the land of the unknown. The idea of Connie being dead comforted those who were around her. It can be predicted that Arnold Friend went and tried to take June away from the family, but she was smarter than Connie and made sure she protected herself from the man who killed her
Ronald Carlson wanted nothing more but justice for his sister who had been murdered. Ronald talks about how he would have killed the man with his own hands if he would have gotten the chance but his mind quickly changed after he seen his sister's murder being executed, he has a new view on the situation now. He talks about how watching the execution left him full of horror and emptiness. Ronald asks a question that should be addressed he said, “Our justice system should not be dictated by vengeance.” He asked, “As a society, shouldn’t we be more civilized than the murderers we condemn?” We should be more civilized, we shouldn't have the right to sentence people to death for three reasons, it puts innocent lives at risk, it's extremely costly
This is important because it shows how the Lairs are listing to the aunts to see if they can stop them from arguing. The Liars come up with a plan to stop the aunts from arguing. They were going to burn the house that the aunts wanted down. But the plan didn 't turn out to happen the way they thought it was. The book says “Gat, Johnny, Mirren, and me.
If she would give herself to the Imperials, they would have not found out her secret They would have know that she was not one of them, but from a totaly different civilzation. Jarel said "She had expected to die. Yet she had not been in despair; she had done what she did not out of rebellion against a horrifying fate, but solely out of concern for the keeping of her secret.” This really shows how dedicated she was to not letting the Imperials finding out anything about her and showed her bravery to have the idea to sacrafice
Victors isolation corrupted his mind into thinking that the only path left to take was to hunt down his creation until it ended in his own or the creature’s death. This decision would not have had to be made if he still had the ones around him he loved, but his selfish actions ended their lives along with his happiness. While Victor’s journey ended in his death, the Mariner is burdened “with a woeful agony / which forced [him] to begin [his] tale” (Coleridge 14). Although the Mariner’s story did not end with his own, he carries with him a pain that he cannot escape unless he tells his story. This is the effect of the seclusion he had to endure and does not want anyone to meet the same fate that he experienced.
People think she did deserved to die because she went against her family, well so did Creon. Here’s the second reason she didn’t deserve to die, Polynices was part of the family. Even Though Antigone did go against her uncle, her uncle is also going against Antigone and the rest of the family. Antigone’s sister even thought it was right for Polynices to be buried in the walls. He is still human.