In the book 1984, the villainous qualities of the Party create the biggest impact on the story by causing hatred, converting minds, and creating a new Winston. The Party’s approach to life has not always been for everyone, including Winston who frequently gets angry at their actions. In the beginning of the book, Winston says he was writing, “as though by automatic action… DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER” (1.1.18). His thoughts and actions toward Big Brother and the Party have become so strong that he is involuntarily writing words against them. Winston also resents the rule that there can be no love in Oceania, and leaps at the chance to break it.
Everytime he sets out to redeem himself, Hassan becomes collateral damage; Amir’s quest to find redemption takes form in multiple ways throughout the novel. The unusual amount of attention given to Hassan by Baba ignites animosity within Amir, which inspires him to emotionally and physically abuse Hassan. While it may appear that Amir plays with and gets along with Hassan like normal friends, a voice exists in the back of Amir’s head that poisons his mind, saying messages such as “Hassan never be anything but a cook. How dare he criticize you?” (Hosseini 34)” and “he’s not my friend! He’s my servant!” (Hosseini 41), prevents him from treating Hassan like a normal friend.
“‘I said come here, and bust this chifferobe, He coulda done it easy enough. He got me round the neck, he hit me again an’ again’”( Lee 241). Mayella was confessing that she was sexually harassed by Tom, and Atticus Finch wanted to prove her wrong. Atticus Finch had to fight for the black man, but in that day and age, it was likely Bob Ewell will win. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Finch both have to fight against their seemingly impossible circumstances as hard as they can to fix their problems and have goodness
In the tragedy, Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare.The powerful individuals in this play use rhetoric to control the people around them and cause these people to complete tasks they cannot,but these uses of rhetoric unleash a chaos that cannot be regressed with words. The insidious,not-so transparent character Antony unleashes chaos with his use of rhetoric because he causes commoners that are not very strong willed to kill an innocent man after he describes the good wholesome nature he has inside , another character’s use of rhetoric that unleashed chaos is a jealous fickle natured man Cassius causing an impressionable man Brutus to kill Caesar; Rome’s unjust ruler.When Cassius is speaking to Brutus in the hope of adding him to his group
This clearly demonstrates the Politics and Power motif because it shows how Brutus is so anxious to gain power that he jumps up as soon as he is wanted by the people. He is losing all of his honorable traits, including the ones he earned in his political position as senator, by going against his fellow senator, Caesar. This affects the work as a whole because of the themes of the play, ambition, and conflict, have a strong impact on what Shakespeare is ultimately trying to express between the main characters. Ambition has an effect on the plot because Caesar is a very ambitious man. This alone and the numerous letters Brutus has been receiving leads him to think that he is no good for Rome, Caesar’s ambition worries Brutus.
In the play Othello by William Shakespeare, the concept of betrayal is salient. The work centers around the betrayal of the titular Othello, the widely respected Venetian army general, by his ensign, Iago. Iago uses his jealousy over being passed up for a promotion to be Othello’s lieutenant to justify ruining Othello’s life, all while appearing to be his closest friend. This betrayal acts as impetus for the play, ultimately leading to the downfall of Othello and everyone he holds dearest to him. Though there are many characters in the play, it is only necessary to hone in on five: Othello, Iago, Desdemona, Cassio, and Emilia.
The temper, anger and sudden violence between Tybalt and Mercutio is surprising and is a drastic jump from peace to violence. Mercutio starts an argument with Tybalt but Tybalt who wants to kill Romeo wants to save his strength for when Romeo arrives although Tybalt and Mercutio end up in a heated argument. After Tybalt insults Mercutio by saying
Secondly, Iago manipulates Cassio the most throughout the book. He uses Cassio’s social status and his trust with Othello to ruin his reputation. Iago is jealous of Cassio because he is higher status and has a strong relationship with Othello. For Iago’s plan to work he needs to get closer to Othello, but first he needs to break Othello and Cassio’s trust first. So one night Cassio is supposed to be keeping a party under control Othello tells him “good Michael, look you to the guard tonight.Let’s teach ourselves that honorable
At the start of the scene, Shakespeare creates conflict by using pathetic fallacy. Benvolio describes the weather as being ‘hot’ and making their ‘mad blood’ stir. The adjectives ‘hot’ and ‘mad’ foreshadows later events and suggests that the heat alone will entice the men to fight and will make a ‘brawl’ inevitable. The reference to blood also links to the colour red, which could be seen as a sign of violence or danger. The audience may feel tension as they can see Benvolio trying to warn Mercutio of what may occur and because Tybalt had a score to settle with Romeo for attending the Capulet party.
(1.3.424.55) Meaning that Iago knows that he's able to use Roderigo unwillingly and get him to do his dirty work for him. Iago States to himself. Castle is a good man but he still wants to deceive him so that he may become lieutenant. Iago convinces Roderigo that Desdemona is in love with Cassio and that Roderigo should help him Cassio removed from his job as lieutenant and the two come up with a plan to get Cassio drunk and make him fight so that Othello will remove Cassio as lieutenant. Being that Roderigo is blinded by his love for Desdemona and the lies of Iago, Roderigo willingly helps, not realizing that Iago only wants to help himself and he'll do anything to do so, even if he has to manipulate the minds of innocent people around him.
Carl Luce, a student adviser from a previous school, is also being labelled as phony, yet Holden calls him. “The only thing he ever did, though, was give these sex talks and all late at night… He knew quite a bit about sex…” (154) It is no secret why Holden wants to meet with Carl. Holden sounds sex obsessed and very childish during his conversation with Carl. He is trying to provoke Carl to talk about sex. Carl is very irritated with Holden’s childish behaviour and sex talk: “Same old Caulfield.
Royal or Rascal In William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, two clashing forces distract the son of King Henry IV who is Prince Henry, or better known as Hal. As a young adult, the social life is the life he wants. Hal has a rebellious, blithe act that embodies him for the majority of the play. Sir John Falstaff, the lackadaisical, alcoholic and surrogate father of Hal accompanies him through his rascal lifestyle because he sees these qualities of Prince Hal as enticing. King Henry IV however, sees his son as lacking decorum.