The murders that Macbeth committed not only showed his brutality and ruthlessness but it also showed how twisted is soul is. These murders indicate the darkness of Macbeth because he not only kills the king, but he kills those who love and respect him. It could also be because of how selfish and corrupt Macbeth became from the thirst of power that could never be quenched. Once becoming the Thane of Cawdor, Macbeth enjoyed having a title to his name. Sadly, this title was not enough for him so Macbeth’s imagination had the “witches” prophecy be that Macbeth would become the Thane of Cawdor (which he already knew) and a king.
After hearing from the prophecy from the Weird Sisters, Macbeth realizes his potential to become king of Scotland. His ambition and wife drive him to take action and kill King Duncan. “I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself and falls on the other— (1.7.25-28)” Although Macbeth handled the murdered the of King Duncan very well, he did leave some holes in which people could figure out that he did kill Macbeth. For example he kills the guards which causes Macduff and the other
Misfortunate Souls Macbeth, a play about misfortune or should one say a misfortunate soul? In the First Act of Macbeth, we hear of this heroic character known as Macbeth...who later turns out to not be as heroic as we thought. This play has various hidden meanings, but most importantly it has one authentic theme: the nature of power. Macbeth bears the responsibility for the death of Duncan, his king, his kinsman, and his guest; however, he only gets away with all these murders with the help of Lady Macbeth. Nevertheless, he is accountable for most of the murders.
Another example of a classic mystery is repetition of an earlier crime when Hellen Stoner sister is killed and then she was almost killed. The killer almost killed her by using a snake with a vent that lead to her room. Some clues embedded in the story is the whistling which was how the killer guided the snake. Another one is the safe door slamming shut which was how the killer killed the snake. “The Adventure of the Speckled Band has good examples of classic mysteries because it kept me interested and wanting to read more.
Dr. Watson is an assistant to Sherlock Holmes because Sherlock told Watson to bring a gun to the cellar of the bank just in case. The other thing is that Watson can’t spot clues just as fast like Sherlock. Most of the time Watson does not really know what is going on sometimes; Sherlock usually tells him most of the time. Is when he asks Sherlock about Mr. Wilson if it was a mystery and told Sherlock how you spotted
Lady Macbeth was clearly the more responsible for the murder of king Duncan but overall, Macbeth’s murderous reign has made the cold-blooded character the more evil character in the play. Lady Macbeth may have been more responsible for king Duncan’s death, but she had never expected Macbeth to kill countless of other people just to keep his throne. “I dare do all that may become a man; Who dares do more is none.” - Macbeth - Act 1 Scene 7 Line 47 to Line
Don't give him what he wants’”(Alexie). The quote is a detective talking about the Indian Killer and how he is a terrible person who is just killing people because he wants attention. This is just one of the many racial profiling examples that Sherman Alexie puts in his literature. Sherman Alexie ties his own experiences into all of his books, such as in this book he lives in Seattle, Washington. He also got inspired by Indians which he became close to since he grew up on the reservation.
It is in a snakes nature to want to be all powerful or in control. At first the snakes in the garden were just being evil, but after Rikki-Tikki got there, there was purpose behind it. Rikki Tikki killed Karait. After that Nagaina knew he was a threat. Then Nagaina and Nag plotted against Rikki’s life, and Rikki killed Nag.
The first thing Lady Macbeth tells Macbeth is that she would have killed Duncan herself if he did not look so similar to her own dear father. She demonstrates her evil character flaws here and again on page 47 Act 2 Scene 2. On page 47 Lady Macbeth is angered with Macbeth for not leaving the daggers which he used to kill Duncan with the guards. Here, Lady Macbeth shows more of her responsibility in the murder of Duncan by taking the daggers from Macbeth. “Give me the daggers.
What I found the most interesting about Joseph was how after he lured the women to his house and killed them, he would chop their bodies up and feed the remains to his alligators. However, the thing I found the most interesting about him is also the thing I found the most disturbing about him. I think it is twisted to do something to a person’s body after they are