In a lifetime, everyone will face personal battles and guilt. People find peace of mind through redeeming themselves or making up for their past actions. One of the central themes of the Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is whether Amir truly redeemed himself for what he did. He has been living with the guilt from a unspeakable past childhood experience his whole life. He had let his best friend, Hassan, be tortured and neither supported or defended him.
One case in Act V “Let me have A dram of poison, such soon-speeding gear As will disperse itself through all the veins That the life-weary taker may fall dead”,(Shakespeare 469). Romeo impulsively wanted poison to kill himself without understanding the whole of the situation. His action causes not only himself death but this influence Juliet to kills herself due to the loss of her love Romeo. “ Impulsivity generally drops throughout life, starting at about age 10, but this love of the thrill peaks at around age 15”,(Dobbs 4). Both Romeo and Juliet are under this age so they both seek the thrill of love.
Their was a point in the novel, how to kill a mocking bird, where Atticus had to fight a case for an afro american named Tim Robinson who was accused for raping a white girl, even though Atticus knew he was losing the case, he is courageous enough to fight for Tim this showed how brave he was. While in the novel Kite Runner during the Russian invasion baba and amir left for american while Rahim khan stayed back in Afghanistan and protected babas house from the invaders this intern showed how Rahim Khan presented bravery in kite runner. Atticus always thought his children to never discriminate the colored and the afro american as he believed they were all the same and this made Atticus a very fair person whilst in Kite runner Rahim khan gave Amir a second chance to be a better person and show his real side making him also a fair person. Rahim Khan and Atticus shared a lot of similar traits which made them look like great role models. They both had the same idea but different
Romeo’s decision making skills amongst other flaws like impulsiveness and rashness, led him down a path that ended in his death. Juliet’s blind devotion to Romeo and haste in decision making left her feeling helpless and alone upon the realization that death was her only remaining viable option. The many minor characters in the play all helped push Romeo and Juliet’s already harmful decisions towards a place where they both ended up dead. Throughout the course of the play, it becomes very apparent that it’s not fate that causes the problems for Romeo and Juliet, but the disastrous decisions of everyone in the play combined, that create the plethora of problems that our two main characters have to deal
Romeo is caught in the situation of killing someone without thinking twice about it more than once. When Romeo kills Tybalt out of anger, he doesn’t think about the repercussions this will have on his relationship with Juliet. Some may say the family feud is to blame for their death; however, from the start of the play, it is suggested that Romeo and Juliet were fated to die. Even if there wasn’t a family feud fate, which is what the whole story is based on, would’ve still played out and they would’ve died. Juliet is exceedingly impulsive.
Baba is known by many of kabuls’ citizens, and has a very good reputation. One of Babas’ Business partners, Rahim Khan, becomes a very good friend of Amir and is an important character in the book. Baba is not proud of calling Amir his son, since Amir keeps disappointing him. Desperate to win his father’s attention and respect, Amir turns to the sport of kite flying, and at the age of 12, with the assistance of Hassan, he wins the annual tournament in Kabul. But Amir’s victory is soon worth nothing to him when he witnesses a horrible assault against Hassan, who has raced through the streets of Kabul to retrieve the last kite Amir had sliced from the sky.
25 Later, Julia was informed that Hippolitus has died. She weeps for the his death; but deeply inside she believes that he still alive . She manages to escape again but this time alone with a little help of a servant by breaking a narrow entrance through the wall and sneaking out during the night. This time, the Marquis and the Duke are too late to catch her. They spend the rest of the novel trying to catch Julia but in vain.
Juliet and the Nurse unfortunately fade apart, and the young girl is left heartbroken, because her only reason for living was her beloved husband, Romeo. By leaving Juliet’s side and causing her more sadness, the Nurse helped contribute to the play’s horrific
The only flaw with this relationship is the fact that their families have a lot of enmity towards each other. That causes Romeo and Juliet to take their own life at the end. Romeo is a Montague while Juliet is a Capulet, the Montague and the Capulets hate each other. In this play there are multiple deaths, like Tybalt dying from Romeo, who was avenging Mercutio 's death from Tybalt. All that fighting causes Romeo to be banished.
This is a play about the tragedies that each character in Verona encounters, because of the strained adoration for Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet kick the bucket, as their energy drove them to suicide. Ahead of schedule in the play we figure out that Romeo is a dismal and broken kid yet is then restored with life in the wake of meeting Juliet. He falls in love and keep thinking about her day and night. This adoration and partition is the reason these two 'star-crossed lovers ' confers suicide.