John knows he has wronged her and that she has done nothing to deserve being wronged the way John has done to her. John spends as much time as he can in his final moments trying to win her love back. John has been accused of being behind the whole uprising of witches. John is sentenced to death as is his wife for being a witch too. It their final moments the love each other, John literally sacrificed everything for his wife, and now he is going to die, but they forgive, and love each other, so in a way he did get her
To Josie Clay, the mountain evoked loss and regret, as it took her daughter away and was a part of what drove her daughter to commit murder. Iona Harbor did not live on Black Mountain, but she was forever connected to it through her mother and for her role in Lonnie Allen's death there. Iona sums up the impact of place best when she states that "there was no doubt the place [Darien] was in my bones." Here, she emphasizes the deep and personal connections that we have with places and the people who live in those places. Place is not simply the location or physical geography of an area, but it is also the people, values, beliefs, and traditions of the area as well.
Because of lack of companionship, he often sits by himself alone and is left behind. Candy is friendly with Lennie and George even though he does not know them very well, "I 'd make a will an ' leave my share to you guys in case I kick off, 'cause I ain 't got no relatives or nothing…" (59) This quote shows that Candy is all alone because he had no one else to leave his money to. He is very depressed and has no desire to live: “I wisht somebody 'd shoot me..." (60). Also, he says, “I won’t have no place to go” (60) because he knows that he is old and useless with only one hand. Since his dog was shot, he feels that his fate is similar.
The grandmother says, “Let god save his soul.” (154) as she feels like she has convinced him, she tries to touch him and he turns around then he shoots her and kills her. The grandmother is selfish to try save her own life instead of her family she didn’t deserve
Hera was furious at Hercules and drove him to kill his wife and children. This has caused him to have this burden to bear and he did not want to live anymore but his friend, Thesus, help him and Hercules did many good deeds to the people. One of his many great adventure was when he help Admetus get his wife back from death, repaying Admetus for being a drunken fool in his sorrowful, mourning house. Character Archetype- The Star-crossed Lovers Hercules and Megara was a happy couple who had children and Hercules was very happy at that time. But Hera despised Hercules and sent him madness to kill his wife and his children.
Finding the balance between good and bad is hard to find in both stories. The writer seem to focus on tragedy more than happiness. Both stories intrigued the reader and showed different ways humans show their characters. On A Good Man is Hard to find, the characters seem like a typical modern family. The family include; grandmother, mother, father, and two children.
It gives humans the tools to help, but also to satisfy their wishes, which is not bad, but it provokes egocentrism. By not encouraging people to use their intelligence correctly, humans have transformed intelligent people into selfish individuals. Fannery O 'Connor is characterized for using satire to criticize people’s behaviors; therefore it is not a surprise that in his book "A good Man Is Hard to Find" he says that most likely, intelligence is a factor for becoming a terrible person. She shows it in the character the Misfit, and reinforces it by comparing him to the grandmother. The Misfit is a patient person who takes an opportunity when he sees it.
Finally, the redeeming of grace takes place for the Misfit and the grandmother. The grandmother was able to get through to the Misfit before he killed her (O’Connor 294). She wanted to make sure she cared about someone other than herself and change her ways before she died. The grandmother also wanted to make sure she did what God asked for her to do. God wanted her to get the Misfit to stop running from him and reveal he needs help.
Antigone says as she is speaking to Creon, “By such a law as this I honored you, my own dear brother, higher than them all; but Kreon thought I was doing and daring awful deeds.” (Sophocles, 58). Antigone is emotional here speaking to her brother, while Creon sentences her to her death. She knows that what she did was right, and she will die and reunite with her family. By following her own moral conscience she abided by the god’s law to bury her brother. Creon is stubborn and evil on his part for sentencing her to such a cruel way to die, but this conflict ultimately leads to his demise.