Evil is ultimately self destructive. Goneril and Regan two evil sisters in this play decide to join forces to destroy the remains of thier fathers kingly dignity. The both act closely with each other in order to do so. They strip LEar of what is left of his power and dignity by denying him to have a single knight: ' ' What need one? ' '
Othello becomes jealous of Michael Cassio, when he suspects he is sleeping with his wife. “At way at once of love or jealousy”(131/220) Othello lets his own insecurities create a false image of his wife Desdemona letting the “Green-eyed monster” into his head. This becomes a problem for Othello because he can no longer hide his jealousy and starts to take it out on people. When jealousy sneaks into his life, it turns him into a completely different person and he can no longer control his anger, towards Desdemona and Cassio. “Jealousy has far thou taken over” Othello has no more room for any emotions and just lets the emotion of jealousy consume him.
Antigone has many emotions that caused negativity. A couple major emotions in the play are love, terror, and rage. Each take a role in how Antigone turns out. Like love, love causes the incarceration and death of Antigone, Creon's brother. Creon’s rage is what caused his sister's death, Antigone because he is stubborn when he is mad.
Tybalt illustrates passionate hate which makes him very impatient with the Montagues and leads to his own death and causes emotional distress to the Capulet family. Accordingly this can be seen when Romeo goes to the fest at the Capulets and Tybalt wants to kill him solely because he was present at the fest. This, by his voice, should be a Montague. — (to his PAGE) Fetch me my rapier, boy.
Emily Brown Mr. Sowden English 12A 18 October 2016 Power, Greed and Ambition Found in Macbeth In Macbeth, the characters´ greed and initial impulses drive them. Rarely do they consider the serious repercussions for their actions. Macbeth and his wife in particular stopped at nothing, killing multiple people in their way for Macbeth to become king. This puts them in a state of a dangerous rage, leaving a trail of lies and terror behind them. This state leads to consequences and a dramatic downfall later on in the play.
Romeo’s love for Rosaline is affecting him in more way than it should. Romeo believes that his love for Rosaline is true even though she does not love him back. Romeo believes that he will forever feel sorrow because Rosaline does not love him back. Romeo’s unreturned love is affecting his decisions. He thinks that he should not have fun since Rosaline does not love him back and he almost does not go to the Capulet party.
Once Macbeth tells her about the witches’ proclamation, Lady Macbeth informs him of a plan to kill the king. However after seeing that Macbeth was unable to complete the plan by planting the daggers on the guards, Lady Macbeth angrily commands him, “Infirm of purpose! / Give me the daggers. [...] ‘Tis the eye of childhood / That fears a painted devil.
Is it love or lust? That’s for you to decide. If you think that young teens are immature and don’t know what love is, take a look at Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, it will prove your point perfectly. There are many arguments about Shakespeare’s “master of love” Romeo Montague. Some may say that he is a strong, independent man, who fights internal conflicts and his fears all in the name of love, while others say he’s a cowardly crybaby who makes absurd decisions resulting in tragedy among families.
“This shall determine that,” Romeo tells Tybalt this because he is saying that the fight will determine who dies for the death of Mercutio. “Romeo, away, be gone!; The citizens are up, and Tybalt slain.” Benvolio, Romeo’s cousin is trying to get him away from the murder because there are witnesses to him killing Tybalt. “Oh, I am fortune’s fool.” Romeo is saying that he is a fool for just marrying Juliet then go out and kill her cousin.
The Reason Behind His Madness Hamlet gets himself into an utterly dire situation as his madness is totally self caused and entirely avoidable. He chooses his own fate when he is wrapped up in the idea of destroying his uncle to avenge his father. The thought of carrying out this revenge drives him to actually become mad and ruin almost all of his ties of friendship and his love for Ophelia. Hamlet’s demise, and the demise of loved ones around him, is self-inflicted and self-destructive.
After Romeo gets banished the climax rises because now it makes everything harder for him and Juliet. Whos gonna let their daughter marry someone who killed her cousin? Because of Romeo’s banishment Juliet is forced to fake her own death so she doesn’t have to marry Paris. But Romeo didn’t know it was fake so he Killed himself and Juliet ended up killing herself as well. All because Tybalt couldn’t walk away.
Iago has a desire to destroy the lives of Othello and Desdemona because he thinks that Othello slept with his wife. This makes Iago villainous because he is planning destruction. Iago’s goal is to devastate Othello’s life to seek revenge. Iago possess pernicious traits because he destroys his life and marriage, as well as the marriage between Othello and Desdemona.
Makayla Spencer Ms.Milliner EES21QH-04 1/20/17 GRIT AND MINDSETS Throughout the book of Othello all of the characters have been affected in different ways. This books shows the two mindsets people would have and how having grit effects that. The two mindsets are growth and fixed, To have a fixed mindset means that you don’t have the intentions to continue when the going gets tough.
Although Othello has risen to power in a society where he is an outsider, he still believes he may be inferior because of it. His inability to disprove this belief in his marriage leads to his tragic downfall. After Shakespeare has first introduced the audience to the newlyweds, he immediately sends them off to challenges at Cyprus. Along with their own physical differences, they now lack the time to find a common ground of interests. This is the first crack in the foundation of Othello and Desdemona’s love.