“O, yet I do repent me of my fury, that I did kill them” (Shakespeare). The quote shows the significance of the rapid change of events that were executed in a short period of time. The first perception that the audience saw of Macbeth was that he was ashamed of having done such a deed as killing his ruler. In what could’ve been just an hour later, Macbeth had killed 2 more innocent men, not only to cover his story from the guards giving a defense of the incident but to give himself a better status as the kings rightful defender for his death. On page 39, Macbeth states, “The expedition of my violent love outrun the pauser reason.
Banquo has been murdered right after he left the castle of Dunsinane. His body was found dead in the river just outside the castle. The servants who served and survived Macbeth merciless dictatorship said that from time to time they found him alone nervously covered in sweat as if he was talking to someone in a rebellious voice. Some speculate that the person he was trying to talk to was Banquo who is haunting him as a result of him murdering him even after all their battles they have fought together and all the hardship they have gone through together. Here are some people’s opinions on Macbeth as a King, warrior and a leader of the country: “Intolerable.
On the same note, Macbeth also made the biggest mistake by committing the most horrid crime of all; he had Macduff’s family slaughtered. This crime was so horrendous because unlike Macbeth’s prior murders, this one had no other purpose but to quench Macbeth’s hatred of his rival Macduff. His hunger for power allows his mental deterioration to become visible and he begins to believe that the only way to maintain his reign is through the execution of innocent lives. “And take a bond of fate: thou shalt not live” (Act IV, Scene I, 65). The “worthy” Macbeth has abandoned his moral sense and what is worse is that others have suffered because of his inner conflicts.
" 'Frankenstein! you belong then to my enemy -- to him towards whom I have sworn eternal revenge; you shall be my first victim.” Upon his arrival to Geneva The Monster comes across a ‘beautiful child’, Victor’s younger brother William. The Monster was then enraged, and fueled by vengeance. This is Shelley’s way of revealing the Monster’s true inner character, and reminding the reader of his burning hatred for Victor. The tragic death of young William was 100% caused by the negligence of Victor.
Shouting and using harsh words are the traits that show anger and Curley became this angry since his loving wife is dead. Because of his wife dying in Lennie’s hand, he also announced, “I’m gonna shoot the guts outta that big bastard myself, even if I only got one hand. I’m gonna get ‘im” (Steinbeck 93). This other scene shows the alarming and horrifying determination by Curley of killing another person because he knew that Lennie is the one who made the trouble and broke his wife’s
I asked God, ‘why, why, why?’ I turned my face away and wished that I were imagining it all. I had tasted the bitterest essence of war, the sight of helpless comrades being slaughtered, and it filled me with disgust.” Sledge just witnessed his brothers of war die right in front of him. Soon after, he then describes his first steps into actual war where he reaches land
William Shakespeare says that betraying another person may result into a high consequence that you may have to suffer for all the things you have done to others. Macbeth shows many betrayals happening towards one another, These betrayals will affect how the characters will react and what they will do. A civil war has broken out in Scotland, rebels against the royal army. The king has been betrayed by the rebel leader, this causes the rebel leader to die in the hands of Macbeth as for his consequence, but little does the king know, another man has betrayed him. The Thane of cawdor gives out the position of the royal army and Norway comes to try to take over Scotland.
With that one of the biggest destructive forces is pride as seen in the story. It ended one's life and destroyed another. Brother was ashamed of Doodle, so he pushed him to the limit, and when the time came left him to die. Therefore Brother is guilty of murder in the case of Doodles
Macbeth was considered a tragic hero because Macbeth had many people follow him he also had a down flaw that led to his death but went down heroically. Macbeth 's great downfall that proved was a tragic hero was stated as, “ I will not yield to kiss the ground before Malcolm 's feet and to be baited with the rabble 's curse” (5, 8, 28) this quote taken from the story explains that even though Malcom is trying to kill him Macbeth claims he won 't yield nor beg because Macbeth thinks he has won the fight. Macbeth had a very high social rank before he murdered king Duncan to start with even though he was a general for king Duncan to begin with. Macbeth is said to be a very dynamic character