In the end, he receives the retribution that he deserved for this, by being killed by Macduff. This is very fitting and welldeserved, Macbeth’s worst sin of ruining a man and his family’s life ends with him paying the ultimate price a person can pay: death. The biggest change in the play of Macbeth is Macbeth’s mental state. The play begins with him and Banquo being best friends, somehow throughout the course of events Macbeth’s mental state changes so far that he ends up killing his best friend, which proved that his heart was entirely transformed, becoming corrupt and full of lies. At the beginning of the play, he actually had a good heart; he cared about his friend and others.
Throughout the play Hamlet continues to act insane and even dies with the act continuing. Even after Hamlet gathers all the evidence that proves Claudius is the murder, Hamlet continues to behave in a strange way. When he mistakenly murders Polonius he does not react as a sane person would. This act enrages Laertes, who then wants to avenge his father’s death. Driven to madness by the murder of his father, Laertes, with the help of Claudius conspires to kill Hamlet.
This is due to the fact that when he gains knowledge, he creates a supernatural being, and this monster kills many of his loved ones. One can also see the destructive impact of knowledge through the perspective of the creature. This is evident in that as he reads books and learns how different he is from humanity, he feels miserable and regrets being created. He becomes melancholic first, then vengeful towards his creator because he leads a cursed existence. He, the offspring of Victor’s knowledge, then destroys Victor’s life.
This blood scene stimulate Holden which has negative effect on Holden’s psyche. He feels sorry for Castle’s death, and this tragedy event acts as trauma for Holden. Besides, those memory from the pass can affect his behavior. “I thought probably I’d get pneumonia and die. I started picturing millions of jerks coming to my funeral and all” (171).
Your houses!” (3.1.1579-1581). Mercutio’s words explain how both the Montagues and Capulets are to blame for his death, so he curses both families which foreshadows what will happen at the end of the play. A Montague, Romeo, is cursed for not letting Mercutio defend himself and a Capulet, Tybalt, for stabbing him. Romeo’s actions had left him with a feeling of guilt and anger. He is furious about the death of his
Victor along with the creature’s guilt and remorse effected everyone in the story how his fate and everyone around him. For Victor along with his family clearly, williams death was heartbreaking. Although more so for Victor because he had a inkling about who did it; the creature. He also knew that this adjustment was going to be colossal. Riddled with guilt Victor “resolved to visit the spot where my poor William had been murdered”(Shelley 49).
Golding depicts society and humanity as brutal through murder, chaos, and the boys whimpering in the end. One of the many ways Golding portrays the downfall of the society and humanity is Through the murder of vital characters, like Simon and Piggy. These two characters were so important to the society, that once they were gone it began to completely crumble into pieces. For example, Alastair Niven writes,
Also he was feared by Brutus cause after Julius Caesar died the ghost of Caesar came to haunt him which cause terror and fear in Brutus and that also lead to tragic events later on in the play of Julius Caesar. In conclusion I say that Julius Caesar was a tragic hero because he contained all the qualities of a tragic hero, and in some people’s eyes he was a tragic hero and the way he died was very tragic and sad to many people and just by his death war starts, many people die, and it’s just very bad, and all of that was caused by a death of a tragic hero Julius
In the beginning, Macbeth felt a deep guilt about planning to kill King Duncan. Once he did kill him, though, his conscious slowly started ebbing away. Within a short time, he was killing and manipulating many people; he even went as far as to kill the innocent wife and children of a man whom he considered his enemy. What started out as a doubt acted upon became a quick, almost unstoppable path of destruction. Every aspect of who he was, his conscious, was covered by the dark shadow cast by the corrupting sin.
While hallucinating Macbeth claims, “Ay, and since too, murders have been perform'd/ Too terrible for the ear: the times have been” (III iv line 77-78). In this situation, guilt from his ambitious murders of Duncan and Banquo overcomes Macbeth . Ambition clouds Macbeth’s vision; and therefore, he sees every person he knows as an opportunity for power or a liability to his power and not as a fruitful relationship. Overall, Macbeth evolves to the life of a murderer through guilt and hallucinations, which cause his sanity to nosedive into more