The teacher which should be disgusted by this even if she could remember her past life because a simple act of kindness to be taken advantage like this would make any women angry she actually likes it. I fear that it actually was no superstar model that changed the teachers ' mind or some alien charm, it was the godly ability of plot armor which was soooooo strong. And after a few moment or hours or anything which me the lazy author did not specify John meets another of humanity kings. She is the rageful queen whose brother John the potato king killed but no she did not come for revenge. She actually comes to help the monster king John to survive the apocalypse.
Jenae Patterson Writing Skills 9.5.1 Practice 10 March 2018 Literary Analysis Essay In the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Abigail Williams is a selfish, manipulative, and magnificent liar. She has a sinister way and sense of manipulating others, to gain control over them. All these characteristics added up to make her a splendid antagonist. Some people see Abigail in a different way than most others do. They don 't believe that she 's necessarily a villain but a young, and naive girl that John Proctor took advantage of and her desire to feel love after her horrendous childhood.
Generally, she is used to be invisible to men, they never gave her attention and no one had proposed to marry her. When Petruchio does, she reacts harshly thinking that he aims to steal her freedom and to inhibit her keen personality. Petruchio keeps provoking Katherina and talks with a reckless tone: "Come, come, you wasp; i'faith, you are too angry"(2.1.205), and then, Katherina replies with an intimidating tone and says: "If I be waspish, best beware my sting. "(2.1.206) she threatens Petruchio of her sting, and by sting she may be referring to her intelligence or powerful personality which she considers them as her only weapon and protector in her battle with Petruchio. During the intensive word exchange between Petruchio and Katherina one can notice that Petruchio's treatment is mainly based on Katherina's behaviour.
Abigail is a mirror reflection to this point she is extremely talented to convince her innocence in a false situation. In the play crucible this was proved by many actions. Abigail started witchcraft; she was the one leading girls and convincing them to come with her. Yet she acted innocent in front of Danforth and reverend hale they believed her innocence and actually looked up on her. While witch crafting she held a dead chicken and called on Elizabeth to die hoping her wish would come true proctor knew about the situation, again it didn’t change his feelings towards her.
Once he realises the girls had been lying his opinion becomes the truth, which is proven as truth as the play finishes. One such example is when Mary Warren accuses the girls of lying. While defending themselves the girls scream saying Mary is sending her spirit at them “She’s going to come down she’s walking the beam” (1211). Hale sees no such bird in the courtroom, and Mary Warren keeps telling the girls to stop. With all of this happening Hale sees the girls just lie about seeing spirits.
Rachel was reverend Brown’s daughter she too disagreed with Cates’ actions. When she tried to scare Cates into backing down, he resisted. Cates then continued to sacrificed himself in order to bring justice to the one-sided town of Hillsboro. On the contrary, Rachel was another brave character in the play Inherit The Wind. Rachel was the daughter of Reverend Brown, who brainwashed the people of the town to radically believe that God must come before anything else.
He also shows the importance of virginity through how her father ‘disowns’ her when she is accused of being unfaithful to Claudio. Now moving onto Beatrice, the cousin of Hero. She is a sharp, witty and feisty woman and unlike Hero, does not conform to the expectations placed on women at that time. Throughout the play, she swears that she will never get married to any man, and that no man will ever be good enough for her. However as the play goes on, we realize that she is very much afraid of being vulnerable to love, and uses her wit as a cover for it.
Fortunately, Lorraine successfully distracted her from killing April by reminding her memory she shared with her family, thus allowing Ed successfully completes the exorcism. In “Annabelle”, the church priest, Father Perez was asked to help the couple Mia and John. The Father attempts to brings the doll to church and tries to clean the evil spirit, however when the Father was approaching to the main door of the church, he was pulled away by a great force, causing him injured. John rush to warn Mia. Mia is worried and scared.
If a tragic hero is given a free choice, it means he falls because he chooses one choice of action of another. In this case, John choses Abigail over his wife, Elizabeth. This action led to Abby being complete in love with him, and and her trying to kill his wife. If Proctor decided to stay away from Abigail, he probably would of never of been involved with her, never would have jeopardized his marriage, never been accused of witchcraft, and him and Elizabeth would of lived a longer life. “It [Abigail] is a whore!...
Furthermore, Nagaina says, “You warned Rikki-tikki when I would have killed him. Indeed and truly, you’ve chosen a bad place to be lame in. And she moved toward Darzee’s wife, slipping along over the dust” (para 76). Thus, Nagaina is gullible because she believed that a bird who got her wing broken would even come near her nevertheless start talking to her making its presence known. Also, gullible differs from Rikki’s personality because Rikki would never be gullible enough to presume that somebody or something that fears him would suddenly give him the perfect opportunity to kill it.
Witches do not exist; communists do. As Danforth states, “But witchcraft is ipso facto, on its face and by its nature, an invisible crime, is it not (Miller Act III:533-535)?” Witchcraft does not exist, but at the time of McCarthyism, the threat of political corruption and the spread of communism is real. Therefore, it is a weakness in this portrayal. Secondly, no other powers or influences are mentioned in the play. Again, Danforth states that no person other than the accused and the accuser may input evidence on the crime.
John committed adultery which is illegal and against the 10 commandments. John tells Abigail that it was a mistake and that he loves his wife. Abigail doesn’t feel the same way; she is madly in love with him and wants John 's wife Mary gone. Abigail tries to find a way to get rid of her. Abigail sees a perfect opportunity when Mary shows her a doll that she made in the courtroom.
You wasn’t no good. You ain’t no good now, you lousy tart” (95). In other words, Curley 's wife does not even have to be alive to cause trouble, and her death alone exhibits enough power to create distress. In addition, Candy is implying that Curley’s wife has had the ability to cause trouble all along. For example, George saw that the first time Lennie was introduced to Curley’s wife he immediately fell under her spell, which caused George to continue to warn Lennie about her since her knew what she was capable of.