Then Juliet's dad was going to make her married soon because he got himself killed. So she fakes her death. Since romeo is gone he thinks she’s really dead. Then he dies, then she dies. Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he killed mercutio, which made Romeo want to avenge him, then it caused him to be sent away.
It is easy for a typical villager in Salem to place blame upon a slave, someone who is considered lower in society and in life. Tituba’s main motivation is to save her own life after being accused of witchcraft. Frightened and vulnerable, Tituba surrenders herself when Parris threatens her, saying “You will confess yourself or I will take you out and whip you to your death, Tituba!” (Miller 1119). Tituba answers “No, no, don’t hang Tituba! I tell him I don’t desire to work for him, sir” (Miller 1119).
(ADD MORE) Sojourner escaped slavery with her youngest child, Sophia in 1826. Unfortunately, she left her other children behind because they were not legally free under the emancipation order. (CITE and ADD MORE). On July 4, 1827, the state of New York emancipates slaves born after the year 1799. In 1828, Sojourner sues a white man for illegally selling her son Peter.
Romeo is trying to get over the fact that Rosaline rejected him so he goes to a blowout and falls in love with Juliet. Romeo ends up murdering Tybalt and Juliet finds out. Romeo has to shelter from the Prince because he 's going to execute Romeo. Lord Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris, but Juliet doesn’t want to so she fakes her death. Romeo never found out she faked it all he heard was she had died.
Désirée asks her husband if he wants her to leave, and he says yes. She takes her baby and leaves the property, disappearing into the bayou swamp, presumably never to be seen again (424). At the end of the story, it is revealed that it was Armand who was not truly white, as it was his mother who belonged “to the race that is cursed with the brand of slavery”
Throughout American history, women have been treated as if they were of a lesser importance, this being ultimately true when speaking of slave women. With the feelings and beliefs of women being tossed to the side, it is easy to see how women enslaved could easily lose their dignity during slavery. This fight for sanity is prevalent in Harriet Ann Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl as well as Mark Twain’s “A True Story.” Through the never ending hope, the importance of family, and the inner fight slave women had, the women in these particular works were able to maintain a spark of faith to get them through each day. In Twain’s “A True Story”, Aunt Rachel’s hope is entrusted in the Union army. She believes her own son has escaped slavery and has landed in the north.
Ramifications of Familial In the story Medea by Euripides is a disturbing story about a man named Jason who leaves his wife Medea to marry the princess. Not only has he left his wife but also his children. As the nurse says in the opening of the story, “Jason has betrayed my lady and his own children for a princess’ bed” (Euripides 11). Like most women who are dumped Medea is hurt, she reflects on how she sacrificed her family, friends, and country to be with Jason. However, unlike most women because of the choice Jason makes Medea seeks revenge.
The actions of the play Antigone by Sophocles occurred in front of a palace in a disaster-prone city called Thebes. The play starts off with Antigone telling her sister Ismene that their brothers killed each other in the war and that King Kreon will only give Eteokles the proper burial and Polyneikes will remain unburied. And if someone tries to give the other brother the proper burial they would be stoned to death. Antigone then implies that she wants to give her brother the proper burial and asks her sister if she would help her. Although, Ismene would want to help she does want to break the law, and does not want her sister to do the same.
“The Slave Mother,” written by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper tells a story of a young slave boy being taken away from his mother to be sold to another family for work. An excerpt from, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, “The Slave’s New Year’s Day,” by Harriet Jacobs, also explains the life of a slave whose days never change, due to the unstability of the slave system, even on a special holiday like New Years. Both stories show how the mothers of their children are in despair, due to new families taking them away, portraying how the slaves do not have freedom nor the ability of staying with their family. In “The Slave Mother,” by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, a son is taken away from his mother, right before her very eyes. This situation
Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel that leads to the banishment of Romeo and his and Mercutio’s death. As a result of Romeo’s banishment, there is a flaw in the plan that Friar and Juliet develop to reunite the lovers. There is a miscommunication between the Friar and Romeo when Romeo comes back to Verona to find Juliet dead rather than learning the details from Friar’s letter which never got to him. After seeing Juliet’s corpse, Romeo drinks a deadly poison moments before Juliet wakes up. When Juliet sees that Romeo is dead she proceeds to stab herself with a dagger.
Not only was she an abolitionist, but a women’s rights activist. Being separated from her family starting at an early age, she moved around farm to farm until she resided on the property of John Dumont at West Park, New York. This would probably be the starting point of her legacy. It was there were she first learned english, and met her first love with a slave from a neighboring farm. However their love story did not end happily, as they were forbidden to marry.
Jane 's mother 's name was Ruth, she was a courageous, bright and loving woman, so who would be so psychotic as to kill her. She was a slave all of her life and she felt Jane didn 't have the life she deserved. Ruth lived and worked on a plantation while she raised Jane. Ruth worked hard from early dawn until dusk. She always tried to protect her daughter from harm and tried to keep her secret when she was a baby because she was afraid that the man who tried to kill her father was going to come for her and kill her.