Beyoncé is trying to tell him that she is hostile. Irritated with him not only because he cheated, but also because he is trying to blame her for his own mistakes. By repeating, “you must not know ‘bout me,” her tone becomes more bitter in the sense that he still does not understand they are over for
This is because a person’s actions are a result of his/her emotions and consequently, the person would do anything, without giving any second thought to what he/she is about to do, and that may lead to the revealing of something hidden such as secrets and etc. This is the reason for the man to openly accept his hatred for the other man that he previously claimed to like because he felt that the guiltiness that came along with hating the other man was too much for him to bear. This feeling of guiltiness has been portrayed in the poem all along. Thus, the poem “I Can Stand Him No Longer” correctly develops the thematic topic of guiltiness
All through the book he discusses Covey with the utmost distaste, and yet, for a moment, he sympathizes with the man as if to find reason for his actions. Implying that all the deceiving Covey had done now, came back to him and that was why Frederick felt pity for the him. This could be seen as Coveys negative karma finding its way back. Throughout the passage the rhetorical and stylistic choices Frederick Douglass used convey a disgust towards a character who's actions set forth a series of events and the likemindedness he hopes to acquire from his audience. Metaphors, parallelism and emotional appeal are examples of the strategic ways Frederick expresses his
He manipulates the idea of riotous nobility and the active nagging of sinful desires. By using words such as “wavered…panicked…clawing…greedily…stifling… and lunatic”, he is conveying an incomparable situation. In a childish state Soto understands the barrier between what is virtuous and what is nefarious, however he continually states the “thirst for the rest of [his] life”, and that destruction of good versus evil. Relating to the aftermath of Soto`s sinful act he states the “scared…greedy…and guilt” he feels in result of his actions. He shows the reader his transition in to the realization of his actions by using specific wording to represent his internal struggle of his desires for
The song “Run” by BTS explores the dangers of one-sided adoration. The singer expresses the pain that he experiences due to his very deep devotion and yearning for his lover, who does not return the same emotion. The song discusses the various changes in the singer’s feelings about what to do with his unrequited love. His indecisiveness causes his consciousness to go between blaming himself and blaming the distinct person for his inner agony. The singer “running” is a metaphor for self-destruction.
As a result of everything that took place, Amir frames Hassan to get him to leave, despite their previous friendship. Therefore, the shame caused by Amir’s lack of courage caused him to develop cruel methods of solving his “problem”. Also, shame has the ability to put unnecessary tension and strain, even when one of the contributors has died. This is evident within the conversation between Rahim Khan and Amir, where it is revealed that: ‘Ali was sterile,’ Rahim Khan said. ‘No he wasn’t, he and Sanaubar had Hassan, didn’t
For the beginning, the traits of the characters can impact the myth. For example, Phaethon being a liar impacts the story as the story says,¨But he could not bear to tell Epaphus.¨(on pg. 49). This text evidence shows us why he didn 't want to
The child then seems to grow heavy as stone. The writer’s use of words and imagery conjures up a surreal and dreamlike atmosphere, which at times, seems to over- shadow the plot. The issues explored in this story can be themed by guilt (“And when I realized for the first time that I was a murderer…) and fear (“I began to feel afraid of him even though
We learn that he is a very anxious guy, who is afraid of being alone, and yet is paralyzed by the moment, and too scared to do anything about his unhappiness. He is also aware of this fault as well as the passage of time, and so his wheels are constantly spinning in this kind of devastating internal conversation. This is the reason why the poem is presented through a series of images and fragments thoughts because it gives us insight into Prufrock’s devastating internal conversation, random thoughts and
After Tom goes against his principles and , he finds that he is hit with a manifestation of guilt, suffering nightmares and a constant "pressure in his chest". These nightmares are of Tom being pulled by Isabel (mermaid) deep into the waters of deception and immortality. Stedman uses this clichéd technique to symbolise the internal guilt Tom faces, and to foreshadow possible consequences of his immoral behaviour. However, eventually this guilt takes a toll on Tom, and he finds himself sending letters to Hannah, even when it risks him being discovered. This characterisation of Tom demonstrates to the audience that guilt can lead a person to act morally after making poor decisions.