The way she falls so quickly and utterly for Edward can also be seen as either very romantic or very creepy. In addition, while she is considered to be confident by some others see her more as stubborn and dangerously naive. All of this combines to make Bella one divisive character who fans either love or hate. Hamlet (Hamlet) Depending on who you ask, Hamlet is either a tragic and enigmatic hero or a unstable and brooding madman. His determination to avenge the unjust murder of his father is seen by some as noble, but the way he goes about it and the manner he treats other innocent people in the process is frowned upon by others.
Lady Macbeth and Macbeth’s relationship is a complex one. As equals, they make up for one another’s weaknesses and are bound together by their mutual affection and ambition. Lady Macbeth with her cunningness and will power, combined with Macbeth’s brutality make this couple an unstoppable duo. However, as the play progresses their relationship becomes strained and filled with secrets as they attempt to overcome their individual challenges, leading them down separate paths. Eventually, the couple is overcome with fear and driven down the path of insanity, and no longer share affection for each other as a consequence of their corrupt ambition that leads to regicide.
Through ignorance and egocentrism, both characters are at fault for their own deterioration, and eventual madness. King Lear’s tragic story seems to rest on the blame of his three daughters and their sinister acts of deception. Although Goneril and Regan’s
Macbeth is a play about subterfuge and trickery. Macbeth, his wife, and the three Weird Sisters are linked in their mutual refusal to come right out and say things directly. Instead, they rely on implications, riddles, and ambiguity to evade the truth. Macbeth’s ability to manipulate his language and his public image in order to hide his foul crimes makes him a very modern-seeming politician. However, his inability to see past the witches’ equivocations—even as he utilizes the practice himself—ultimately leads to his downfall.
However as the play goes on, we realize that she is very much afraid of being vulnerable to love, and uses her wit as a cover for it. Even though Beatrice is a strong-willed and independent woman, she does admit she has limitations. After the wedding, when Claudio wrongly accused Hero, she told Benedick how she had a plan (to kill Claudio). Benedick questioned her if any person could do it, and she responds
On the one hand, Blanche cannot understand why Stella decides to tolerate Stanley’s violent behaviors. Through her monologue, Blanche articulates a sign of dissatisfaction, deeply horror, and fear due to Stanley’s propensity for violence. On the other hand, she desires to get ideal love and passion like Stella. Therefore, her monologue covers a little jealousy “And you – you here – waiting for him! Maybe he’ll strike you or maybe grunt and kiss you!
The majority view him as an ordinary villain who seeks revenge on those who out wronged him, or an ambition man looking to ruin his rival life because of jealous. the other interpretation assumes Iago as a being who hates all that 's good because it 's good, his actions aren 't for revenge but aimless as A.C.Bradley puts it "motiveless malignity", or a disinterested delight in the pain of others . Bradley emphasizes on Iago having two faces and one can 't see through his lies. one of many examples is Emilia in all this time they are married she never dreamed that his the villain, not suspect who was poisoning Othello mind with scandals and that as Bradley say it "scoundrel" was her husband and for any doubts about this subject her words to Othello was displayed with tears and repeating "my husband" and then Othello realization is shown in "thy husband know it all" . In another report by Iftikhar Hussain Lone, he addresses a great scene in act five when Othello asks him, Iago remain speechless Iftikhar shows that as a cold man Iago lets he inner demon lose in order to destroy or ruin happiness to others, in doing so he destroys his own too.
Instead of being the good teenager who always says yes or no ma’am, he went against Capulet, which didn’t do much good for him because Capulet still won. This is isn’t the only example of Tybalt or the other characters showing their rebellious side against their parents or higher authority. As the story moves along, the more the theme of rebellion shows through. The reader learns from early on in the story that there is a feud between two families, the Montagues and the Capulet’s. The two main characters, Romeo and Juliet, are from different sides of the feud, but suddenly fall in love.
Many of the male characters including the protagonist and his friends are dominated by women in many instances. The first lover of Mahesh leaves him making a ‘ better’ choice, his second lover openly comments over his lack of professional skill by remarking “Chettan, you don’t have slight understanding of fashion photography” (Mahesh ) She even advises him to avoid fight, wear chappals and marry her, and later, to pat Jimson in a friendly way to claim his record of beating him, with an explicit sense of understanding that her lover can never win her brother in fight. Here, the film maker breaks the conventional model of a hero in Malayalam cinema with powerful masculine body, sharp intelligence and talented
Multiple characters over the course of the novel are often looked as inferior due to their race or gender. Heathcliff, the main character was repeatedly called racial slurs such as “gypsy.” These vile acts caused him to be consumed by hate in his later life and seek revenge instead of happiness that was offered to him. Proving that prejudice and injustice can negatively influence the rest of someone’s life. This drives many of the characters to reach for a higher standing in society and to reject their past identities. For Heathcliff to leave Wuthering Heights and later return a changed powerful cruel man and Catherine to marry Edgar even though her heart belongs to another.