When Mersault’s lawyer is talking to him and it is said that, “The investigators had learned that I had “shown insensitivity” on the day of Maman’s funeral” (Camus 64). The court later uses this as a potential motive against Mersault because it shows his indifference to death and how he hadn’t shown remorse after either death. His indifference also earns him the title “Monsiuer Antichrist” because he seems wicked in the eyes of the magistrate for not feeling any remorse. Also, the lawyer mentions how his thoughts and persona are off putting and the legal dealings would be much harsher if he spoke what he thought to the magistrate. Mersault said, “He made me promise I wouldn’t say that at my hearing or in front of the examining magistrate” (Camus 65).
When the two families were at the party Tybalt told his father that he was going to kill Romeo. Tybalt 's father said that Tybalt would not and Tybalt pushed his father and yelled then stormed off. [1.5.53-90] “Patience performance with willful choler meeting/Makes my flesh tremble in their different greeting/ I will withdraw;but this intrusion shall/ Now seeming sweet, convert to bitterest gall.”. This proves the thesis because Tybalt gets mad when his father says that he can not kill Romeo. The king wants peace but Tybalt is blind to this peace.
The only person who truly loved and cared for him was sent to her death and Creon lost his mind. Eurydice was outspoken because during the time period women had no say so. Eurydice could not show Hamion the amount of attention and love that Antigone did and the fact that she was going to die was going to kill Haimon emotionally therefore he did it himself in a physical sense. I believe that Haimon did not try to kill Creon but he did foreshadow his father being murdered. He meant it in a sense that if Creon kept acting immorally the town`s people were going to come after him and attack him.
However, he didn 't actually know the student and only went off by rumours and whispers about the girl. It’s clear that he has no feelings of sorrow for this family as he says things like: “ *About her death* Will be on the news tonight, I reckon. That 'll be good. No, that 's not good.” and: “She 's what the kids would call a slut, which is a terrible thing to say about someone who 's just died, but apparently there 's no denying she was one.” He is portrayed in a feminine and over-dramatic with endless amounts of hyperbole. He likes to brags about on how good he is at the arts.
For being banished is just as good as death. The banishment places an invisible wall between Romeo and Juliet meeting again. It also shows the reality to Juliet that she could just leave him but she didn’t. Even when her father had scheduled the marriage with Paris. Juliet found a way to fake her death to get out of the marriage.
The fact that Lennie, a grown man has to have a person to look after him tells us something. Mistakes do happen but George knows down the line something is bound to go wrong which is why he tells him to hide in the brush if anything goes wrong. After Lennis finds out what he is capable of by killing Curley's wife George knows there's gonna be trouble by saying. “Maybe they’ll lock ‘im up and be nice to ‘im” (Steinbeck 94.) George knows the men aren’t gonna be nice to him, they will make him suffer until Curley’s had enough and wants to murder him for what he has
we will go back your health is precious.. You will be ill and I cannot be responsible” that’s an example of verbal irony because Montresor doesn’t really feel that Fortunato’s health is precious and plans to harm him, he knew that Fortunato would do anything for amontillado and wouldn’t go back no matter what. Fortunato says “I drink to the buried that repose around us” (86) and he ends up being one of the bodies buried in the vault, right after Montresor drinks to Fortunato’s long life which is ironic because he intends on killing him in the
On page 91 right after he killed Curley's wife, he said “He said I don't want to hurt you, but George will be mad if you yelled”. This is one way it shows that Lenny is unknown because he has know idea he had just killed her. This trait hurts Lennie in the story because right after this happens he runs away and when George finds him Lennie has to be killed because he can't do that again in the future. If they didn't kill Lennie the same thing would keep happening to him and he could have bad things happen to him The last character trait shared by Lennie is that he is very innocent. One way in the book that Lenny is innocent is when George says “get im Lennie lennie says I don't wanna hurt him george” .
'Because if we confine ourselves to town, any newborn infant knows the answer… '" (Sciascia 81). Everyone knows the answer to who the killer is, yet no one chooses to come forth with the information. This is being stated through a character who the readers know little to nothing about. Due to the narrator only seeing into one person 's head, the reader only gets to know what is presented to them by the conversation between characters or through
When he is given the truth, he is unwilling to accept the truth. Therefore, he will have to punish himself as he promised the people of the town. When Oedipus learns that he is the one who killed Laius, he is angry and unaccepting. He turns to blame the person closest to him, Creon, but, Tiresias says, “Creon is not your enemy. You are your own” (Episode 1).
Tybalt sent a letter to Romeo saying that there is going to be a battle between the two, but the letter never gets to Romeo. Mercutio is the one who gets the letter and does not tell Romeo. When Tybalt comes to battle Romeo, Mercutio tries to distract Tybalt, so he will not try to fight Romeo, and he gets killed. Romeo is angry with Tybalt, because of what he did to Mercutio, and ends up killing Tybalt. He then felt regret right after he did this, because they are now related through marriage.
Romeo has heard that Juliet is dead, but as he was never informed of what Juliet and the Friar had planned he does not know that she is not truly dead. As Juliet awakens from her death-state she is greeted by the Friar and she ask where her beloved is. As the Friar shows her that Romeo is dead as well as Paris, he informs her that the watchmen are on there way here and that they should leave now or be caught. Juliet denies him and says she will stay there and join her Romeo in death. As the Friar leaves Juliet looks at her beloved and realizes that he has drunk poison in which to kill himself and she looks to see if there is a drop left in which she could use.
The first apparition warns Macbeth to be aware of Macduff. However, Macbeth replies with “Then live, Macduff; what need I fear of thee? (4.1.89)” Even though Macbeth knows that Macduff will dangerous as he knows about the murder, Macbeth’s overconfidence makes him overlook Macduff as a threat. Macbeth has free will to kill Macduff even though Macduff is in England but his overconfidence, which is shown by his ignorance of Macduff. However, his fear of Macduff’s knowledge pushes him to kill Macduff’s whole family, which only increases Macduff’s hatred for Macbeth, which leads to his downfall.