The author, Gillian Flynn, creates the most complex and unorthodox characters which is an effective one because the story would not have been worth it if the story only runs within one of the two protagonists. Both characters interprets that their perspective about their marriage are diverse and different- Amy’s diary describes Nick as moody, aggressive and menacing husband while Nicks portrays Amy as introvert, stubborn and illogically
(Shakespeare i, vii). Macbeth is having second thought about killing King Duncan, however Lady Macbeth refused to allow him to pass up the opportunity to become king. She asked these rhetorical questions in order to make him feel ashamed of himself for not acting on his desires. Lady Macbeth's main intentions are to make the situation sount elegant so Macbeth feels comfortable killing him. She tries to reason logically with him, pointing out that he wanted to kill the king, but now when he has the opportunity too, he suddenly doesn't want to.
Explain your reasoning? • After looking at the three issues we believe that Britney needs to address the issue involving Joan Jorgensen first because she broke the company policy due to hearing about the sexual assault accusations she also got the media involved. We want to address this issue first as sexual assault is a highly criminal offence. This issue is the most important as Joan decided that contacting the media first before contacting anyone inside the company to raise issue with it. This issue also can get out of hand faster due to the company not starting an investigation yet as they were not notified.
The radio program I chose was Mother-in-Law Murder. The background music was very loud and distracting, making it hard to get into the feel of the program at first. There were issues with the audio stream that made it difficult to listen and lead me to find another way to hear the program. Lots of strange sounds in between scenes made me more conscious of reality and prevented me from fully submerging myself into the program. I was listening alone but had to deal with people coming in and talking to me, making it hard to pay attention.
Consider if meeting Striker’s boss is relevant. If not, cut. On a smaller note, Charles is introduced twice. Avoid camera shots if this is a spec script. In summary, while the characters feel intriguing, the plot isn’t clear enough yet to understand what the story is about, as the goal isn’t yet defined, and the direction is unclear.
At the end of the story, Mary is able to get away with murder. She is a very loyal, loving person in the beginning of the story but it turns out that she ends up being a very deceiving person at the end. This character ended up changing from good to bad. A message from this short story is that although someone’s looks or traits may seem nice, they can end up being deceiving. Altogether, Mary Maloney’s traits ended up being deceiving which allowed her to get away with committing
Her ambition, resolution, dissimulation, cunning, presence of mind, energy, and affection were all important, especially in the murder of King Duncan. “Lady Macbeth knows right well when she tells her husband to “leave all the rest to me,” that by dissimulation and cunning she could plan and carry out the murder of Duncan so that no suspicion would rest upon either Macbeth or herself.” (www.shakespeare-online.com) Saying this, Lady Macbeth seems to be the more plotting character between the two. She plans the whole crime scene and leaves the murdering to Macbeth. While readers know her energy is one of the main traits that helped con Macbeth into murdering King Duncan, Macbeth did not realize that she knows his weakness and uses it to her
Dogface has talked about getting facial surgery before, but the expensive and commitment was too much for her. She never went through with it. Sometimes she still talks about it and bitterly laughs at her own expense. Sometimes she’s just a well of self-pity. It’s really not healthy.
Opposingly, “Harrison Bergeron” did not include adequate details of the handicaps worn by any of the government officials; however, Tuttle’s film illustrates an authentic society because of the details conscientiously added. Another example of fraudulent government is through the attempted censorship of Harrison’s speech and assassination. The handicapper general does not want the viewers to be motivated by his words or astonished by the action she was about to commit. In comparison to the short story, only one circumstance of censorship was presented, and it was not used to the extent of protecting Diana Moon Glampers’ reputation as it was to cease the chance of future rebellion. Diana’s notoriety
She is conflicted and scared of her own black power. “What power did she find, what anger that allowed her to be more than just a specter?” (100), Cas ponders while confronting Anna for the first time, observing how she makes herself known to him. Multiple times in the book it’s shown “…Anna doesn’t want to kill” (144) as Cas puts it but has no choice with the beast inside of her, the part of her wants to protect herself and be isolated even in death. She is described by Cas in another way, “Anna is a murderer yet Anna is not evil”