It has a weak plot that is hard to follow. It's about the main character’s social clumsiness and lack of communication skills as he tries to fit in. The movie has not a lot of action, showing the character's absence of emotion. If this was meant to be a comedy, it wasn’t very funny. The comedy comes from Napoleon and his friend’s awkwardness.
These condemned lustful souls suffer there judgment by spending eternity in a whirlwind (110-111). One of the souls catches Dante’s attention so he speaks with her, readers learn a few things about the nature of lust, sin, the need to repent, and eternal judgment. First, lust and deception are close companions, when Francesca explains her story she refuses to take responsibility for her actions, “ One day we read…of Lancelot, of how he fell in love…”(113). Secondly, Francesca’s spiritual blindness prevents her from repenting, therefore, she must spend eternity in hell for her sins forever attached to her lover as a constant reminder of the moment they were exposed and killed for their lustful passion(119). After hearing her story and seeing her torment, Dante becomes overwhelmed to the point of fainting.
Dante brings this woody scene to life for his readers by claiming “I [Dante] went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone in a dark wood.” (Canto I lines 1-3) From that ominous wood, Dante is escorted through the steep and winding levels of hell. In the Inferno, “hell” represents Dante’s own hell in his life, his home city of Florence, Italy. The steep and
In “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T.S. Eliot, the narrator, Mr. Prufrock, seems to talk about his insecurities with women and his life choices. Most of the time, he wonders if he did the right thing on some occasions or if he missed any opportunities in life. Prufrock reasoned that “there will be time” and that there is “time yet for a hundred indecisions” (line 30). This suggests that there is no hurry to do things.
Although the audience and certain characters realize it 's a play, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern remain oblivious. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are forced to fill certain previously determined roles, because their actions are limited by the scope of Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Nassar 1). Because of this, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern’s fate remains predetermined as they are incapable of escaping their respective roles, which leads to their demise. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are hopelessly lost because they allow themselves to controlled by
In canto 28 in the Inferno, the Dante first poses the idea in text when Bertran de Born must carry his own head in his arms after separating father from son. (354-357) Born then says the final line within Canto 28, “Thus is observed in me the counterpoise.” (358) Not all of Dante’s Hell continues the trend of being a place made only for people who have committed grave sin. The reader finds in Canto 4 that many great poets and people that existed prior to the death of Jesus Christ inhabit the first circle. (88-90) Finally, Dante’s phrases his idea of hell in a very interesting way in Canto 3 by saying those in hell have “foregone the good of intellect” (18) The “intellect” itself can be deduced as being God. This version of Hell, however, was born from Dante’s mind after being banished from Florence.
Hamlet says to himself “a dull and muddy-spirited rascal, peal, Like a john-a-dreams, unpregnant of my cause”(563-564). These lines really explain to us how Hamlet criticizes himself because of his inability to act on his feelings, he also explains how he feels as though this is all a dream. Though, he does admit in these lines that he cannot stand up for his father’s death, and grants this to the fact that he is not truly passionate to avenge his father. These lines really stood out to me because they so clearly illustrate the conflicting feelings Hamlet has; he is in grief but doesn't know how to take action from these emotions. From these lines, I was also surprised that Hamlet criticizes himself for not having the passion to avenge his
” (Golding, p. 126). Jack develops a mentality in which whatever Ralph says is unimportant because it is all nonsense which is what he feels is all that comes out of Piggy's mouth. At this point, Jack is beginning to lose his innocence because instead of caring for what his chief obeys, he chooses to
Progressively, the poet uses liquid imagery and enjambment in order to convey how the past brutality act flows like a river to the present. Thus, it can be acknowledge that the poet’s message serves to depict how violent and atrocious act is endless. In the “Exposure” the poet conveys his message differently. Unlike The Grauballe Man, Heaney progressively come to an understanding that poetry is a tool that can voice his opinions with the society. The final stanza of the poem, “who, blowing up these sparks for their meagre heat, have missed the once-in-a-lifetime portent, the comet’s pulsing rose”, represent the poet’s message about time.
However, those mentioned characters above are absurdity as their lives are meaningless and hopeless because what the characters do, it has no convincing reason and purpose. They get used to the war. Lastly, the writer wants to satire the war which is not actually