This insight highlights Mr. Chiu’s egotistical confidence of going free and his gull to demand a “letter of apology” from the chief of the bureau. Moreover, Chiu’s self-absorbed thoughts are exposed when he realizes that his “bookworm” wife sent an amateur lawyer to rescue him. Reluctantly, he signs the confession, and Mr. Chui’s suppressed anger is revealed when he thinks to himself, “If he were able to, he would have razed the entire police station and eliminated all their families.” After ironically rescuing his lawyer Fenjin from a wrongful imprisonment and public torture, the two men travel “from restaurant to restaurant near the police
Uncle Charlie takes his niece Young Charlie to the seedy bar where he bullied her. The waitress who was Young Charlie old schoolmate and she was impressed by the ring that Uncle Charlie gave Young Charlie. Waitress wishes a man could come and give him a ring like that. However, young Charlie clearly understands a gift from a man does not imply love or romance. It can sometime mean secrecy, abuse, rape or even murder.
As this plays out, Blacksad manages to shoot the ‘rat’ and the ‘goanna’, questioning the slowly dying ‘goanna’, until he eventually uncovers the name of the culprit. Ivo Statoc is the most powerful and richest businessman in the city. Natalia was shot by Statoc in cold blood (as she was not a one man kind of woman) and then Statoc went to torture Leon and then killed him in the same cold blood. This ends with a confrontation between Statoc and Blacksad. Statoc offers Blacksad a job and then money as a form of justice, of which Blacksad rejects both and shoots Statoc.
These dark thoughts breed into deadly cruelty. As a result of his anger and loneliness, the Creature vows to seek revenge on the person who cursed him with his miserable existence, Victor Frankenstein. The Creature’s first of many victims, Victor’s younger brother, is killed after he insults the Creature by calling him an “ugly wretch… monster” (123). The Creature’s murder of William symbolizes the Creature’s descent to darkness, as his anger externalizes for the first time and he commits an act of violence out of uncontrollable rage. The Creature also realizes that the best way to gain revenge on Victor is to hurt those who Victor love, a twisted revelation stemming from the Creature's own limited experiences with companionship.
Curley’s decision to hunt Lennie down for the murder of his wife is one circumstance in which a character’s morals are deemed more important than the laws that govern society. Curley is furious when he finds his wife dead at the hands of Lennie. He decides to hunt Lennie down and murder him in cold blood. When asked if he would like to stay back with his wife and grieve, he says, “‘I’m goin,’ ... ‘I’m gonna shoot the guts outta that big bastard myself, even if I only got one hand’” (98). Even
Proles are lowest class make up the biggest part of the population but the Part has taught, “that the Proles [are] inferiors who mush be kept in subjection, like animals” (). This is highlighted by Winston’s reaction to the “steamer” (). He is walking through the streets of one of the slums when a rocker bomb explodes and destroys two houses Winston doesn’t even react to the “bright red streak” of blood on the street (). When he realizes “that it [is] a human hand severed at the wrist; He kick the thing into the gutter” (), Winston’s relationship with Julia also highlights the Parties destruction of human values. Julia is a member of the Party and also a member of
Among the principal characters Vonnegut portrayed the characters of Weary and Lazarro extremely hateful. Lazzarro thinks only how to seek revenge and Weary’s main purpose is to get a medal of war. Among all the war scouts Vonnegut portrayed Edgar Derby with honorable attributes and he sees as the only one who knows what he is doing. He is a mature man who was a teacher of Contemporary Civilization before he becomes a soldier despite his maturity, his leadership skills and his knowledge of war he is executed by the army for taking a souvenir teapot from the ruins of the city that has just been massacred by the military. Execution of Edgar Derby is one of the memories that Billy keeps repeating and recalling all over the novel from the first chapter to the last one; "One guy I knew really was shot in Dresden for taking a teapot that wasn't his" (1).
Who, in comparison with his brother, has a whole different look then his brother, the story had said, “Donald was bony, grave, and obsessed with the fate of the soul”(364). Saying this, it completely adds to the fact that people couldn’t believe that these two men are brothers. As well as these two brothers looking different from one another the story also emphasizes that unlike his brother Pete, who was married and had kids, Donald is , “the younger brother, was still single”(364). This probably shows why Donald was such a carefree person because he doesn’t have any responsibilities to deal with as an adult, while his brother had many responsibilities to look over throughout his life. In addition, “He lived alone, painted houses when he found the work, and got deeper in debt to Pete when he didn’t” (364).
The woman speak about his problems with alcohol and how it has gotten worse. Act 2 actually starts and it is now years later when Emily and George have planned on getting married and he is on his way to see his finance on wedding day morning. Mrs. Webb believes it is bad luck for him to see his bride to be on that day so she insist him to stay with Mr. Webb downstairs. At that time Mr. Webb is sipping coffee out of his imaginary cup and speaking about his marriage experience and how to be a good husband. Later that day at the wedding both George and Emily have regrets and feel so anxious and want to cancel the wedding but their parents both talk to them and remind them of the love and affection they have for each other.
According to Schwartz (1992), later in Dahmer’s confession he said, “he killed his victims to prevent them from leaving”. He would attempt to turn some victims into zombies by drilling holes in their skulls and pouring acid on their brains to try to keep them around longer. Schwartz (1992) stated that Dahmer had no social skills to develop relationships of any form, so he relied on corpses. After being caught and evaluated by many psychiatrists, Dahmer was deemed as not legally insane but just a sick person with a severe antisocial personality disorder. George Palermo, one of the psychiatrist testified that “Jeffrey Dahmer killed these people .