He was paranoid when it came to her asking questions of why she couldn’t leave and go above ground. Later on in the movie they discovered that the clothes that, Michelle the girl that he had abducted, was wearing actually belong to his dead daughter. Which just went on to show that he was not only crazy, but obsessive as well. When they did try to escape Howard was willing to kill them and dispose of their bodies by dumping them into acid. The
George announces during one of his ramblings that he "had a way of finding out whom the yellow car belonged to," (Fitzgerald 164) thus tracking the murderer. He was assured it was a murder despite everyone telling him it was an accident. He wanted to find the person responsible badly and this is the beginning of his poor decisions. Wilson leaves the garage when alone and makes his way to West Egg, seeking revenge after a character change brought by the loss of his wife. Tom, jealous over the relationship that was forming between Gatsby and Daisy, tells Wilson that Gatsby is the one who hit Myrtle as he was having an affair with her.
While in school, Holden also witnesses someone dying, a kid was being bullied and then committed suicide by jumping out a two story window. Holden heard the kids body hit the ground and witnessed him laying on the cement with blood everywhere. That also played a factor in the way he
While Jeff centers his notice on his girlfriend Lisa, Thornwald strangles a dog close to unearthing his plot. As Lisa attempts to gather evidence against Thornwald while he is absent from his apartment, Jeff’s one job was to signal Lisa with a flashbulb upon Thornwald’s return. Unfortunately, Jeff becomes distracted by Miss. Lonelyhearts preparing to commit suicide and misses his opportunity to warn Lisa of Thornwald’s approach.
Both start having hallucinations about the murder. Even before committing the crime Macbeth hallucinates and sees a dagger floating. Lady Macbeth cannot get the imagined blood off her hands nor can her husband. Their guilt is all consuming and inescapable. The imagined blood haunts them both, following them until their death.
Gatsby was infuriated to the things that Tom said to him raging through his mind. While Gatsby drove in the car with Daisy Gatsby was blinded by rage because he didn't see Myrtle and hit her and she died but he didn't care. But when Tom told him that the yellow car was Gatsby Mr. Wilson found his way to west egg to kill Gatsby, Tom was so blinded by jealousy he told Mr. Wilson that the yellow car was Gatsby's so he can kill him and never have to worry about him being with Myrtle again. This claim shows how dangerous jealousy can get when people get to caught in their feelings and someone's life can be
He could’ve easily have forced them to leave because of how powerful he is. He shows violence and no mercy towards almost everything. Odysseus resorts to violence in all situations to get what he needs done. He contradicts himself when talking to Polyphemus about eating his own guests because in reality, he most likely would´ve killed anyone who stepped foot into his home. ¨That left Odysseus waiting in his hall as Athena helped him plot the slaughter of the suitors.¨ (19.
Pg 27-29). Even tough we see him arguing with himself and feeling disgusted, showing that he is very much humane, and his only fault being way too ambitious. That was interesting because we get the feeling that something out of the ordinary is coming up and our anticipation gets into the story straightaway. At the very end, in the beginning of Macbeth’s downfall we didn 't expect that a murderer like him would, even in defeat, display conscience and bravery. "I will not yield to kiss the ground before young Malcolm 's feet,...
George was filled with anger and went looking for Gatsby. While Gatsby was at his pool laying and some water bed looking at the sky, George came out of nowhere and shot Gatsby killing him instantly. Right after, George shoots himself. It turns out that Tom and Daisy move away and very minimal people came to Gatsby’s
The ending result a murder scene. Is she really at blame for her actions and should she be punished? Believing that she is truly insane this would entail that she is completely innocent and therefore not to be punished. Thesis: Medea’s insanity which led her to killing her children suggests she let her emotions take control of her proving she is not at fault for her actions.
Can a person’s upbringing truly take all of the blame for their actions? What kind of crime does one have to commit in order to be sentenced with the death penalty? Herbert, Bonnie, Nancy, and Kenyon Clutter were brutally murdered by Richard "Dick" Eugene Hickcock and Perry Edward Smith. The two men went into the Clutter home on the evening of September 15, 1959 to rob and murder the Clutter family. Perry Smith and Richard "Dick" Hickock need to be dealt with via the death penalty.
Four 12-year-old boys try to raise money to attend the Blue Angel performance at a 9-11 Memorial Service, but they must overcome personal obstacles and disappointment first. STORY COMMENTS CORE FOUR is a character driven, coming of age drama driven by strong themes about bonding, friendship, family, respect, reconnecting, and growing up, as well as second chances. The premise explores the friendship between four 12-year-old boys, known as the “core four.” They form a believable and genuine friendship.
Is it morally justified to publish a need to know story when it could easily ruin a persons life? Some questions seem to be easier to answer than others, some don’t have definite answers, some are more complicated to answer than others. Change Up Mystery at the World-Series by John Fienstien is a thrilling suspense novel that teaches kids and adults alike an important life lesson that effects all age groups:There are blurred lines between right and wrong. John Fienstien uses conflict all throughout his story, Change-Up, Mystery At the World Series, to develop the plot of the book, one major example of conflict is between Stevie and himself. He doesn’t really know whether he is right for writing the story, or wrong for ruining someones life and if at the end of the day he should publish the story.
Friendship “When you're up in life, you get to know who your friends are. When you're down in life, you get to know who your friends are.” -Anonymous This quote fits perfectly with the novel. First of all, in the novel Freak the MIghty, Max and Kevin demonstrate a strong friendship.