“Judith and Holofernes” reflected the darkness of psychological through the female since she had had to call the servant prepared a bag for her plan. It shows out the malignity of women that they are full of calculation and good in deceit, which is a way to reduce the female image. “Salome with the Head of John the Baptist” had also been a bloody artwork. It showed the severed head in the painting which gave the audience a terrible and uncomfortable feeling. The other reasons of Caravaggio showed the horrible scene in the painting
The image of his wrestles contorting allows the audience to see just how emotionally effected Hitchens was. His audience feels sympathy for his distress and understands the extent of Mark’s effect on the author through the use of his striking imagery, hear the audience begins to understand the enormous force one can have on another. However great the effect of Mark’s death was on Hitchens, it cannot compare to the effect on Mark’s parents. Hitchens uses imagery again when attempting to illustrate the parents feelings, writing that they live in “a world that alternates very sharply and steeply between grief and pride” (2). Hitchens creates an image of another world, as if to say that in this world, one could never understand how the Dailys must feel.
That was ok in the mind of Mrs. Norma Lewis. So she presses it, only to have her husband be the one who dies because she did not know him at all. (Anonymous)~“If you live your life as if everything is about you…. You will be left with just that…. Just You.” This quote really tells you what a selfish person Mrs. Lewis was.
Those who read about hearts being ripped out and responding with extreme vengeance can see the tremendous effect that these teachers had on him. As a result, readers can sympathize with Villaseñor for his misfortunes. Villaseñor effectively uses hyperbole to emotionally connect the readers with him by creating a sort of underdog characteristic where many would root for Villaseñor. Who would not want to root for an underdog? Hyperbole also conveys his hatred in an amplified manner.
In vain ye speak To live with him I so profoundly hate” (3.3.17-20). That she says her fate is cursed suggests that she understands the potential consequences of the actions she is about to take. Mariam begins to think of possible ways to deal with Herod’s return, she says she could “enchain him with a smile” (3.3.45) meaning she could play her part and rely on her physical appearance but she ultimately rejects this course of action. She says, “I scorn my look should ever man beguile, / or other speech than meaning to afford” (3.3.47-8), meaning that her desire to express herself honestly outweighs her fear of Herod. In her initial confrontation with Herod after his return, Mariam addresses her changing sense of self.
In view of this personal narration I would expect more reference to Harry’s suffering and certainly more critical attention to his miserable circumstance, either by narrator, or by the adult characters. More signs of mental suffering, besides a willingness to comply with his destiny to fight Voldemort would not be excessive as well.
The Social Conflict A Comparative Critique of Just Walk on By and Polyphemus Moth The essays of "Just Walk on By" written by Brent Staples, and "Polyphemus Moth" written by Annie Dillard suggest that they are very contrasting in their attention to what specific problems that each author addresses, but in actuality when you look much deeper into what each essay purposes, they are not so different. This is an essay of how and why they share the same goal in expressing their intention toward society's problems. We will look at how it affects our writers and how society is blind to our differences that aren't our own.. Both essays give us the preconception that life is chaotic in nature and has little to do with any influence of our own.
In conclusion Priestley explores the conflict between personal and social responsibility by speaking through the inspector, in essence Priestley is the inspector. He shows the audience the outcome of the two possible choices that the characters have, they can be kind and learn from their mistakes or ignore what they have done and thus it will end disastrously. Priestley wants the audience to relate to the younger generation and follow their morals, his aim is to prevent societies arrogance and social discrimination. He does this by providing the audience with the outcome of the older generations view because this hasn’t concluded well for
The fact that the persona would enjoy such a painful scene suggests that hints at his evil and malicious intentions, his cruelty and his unstable thoughts. The persona probably wants the children to go through pain and sorrow just like he does. This makes the reader feel sorry for the children who suffer because of the unpleasant
Iago affects the characters’ lives in a negative way by his honest reputation, his ability to “read” people, and how he “proves” to be Loyal. Iago’s honest reputation and his two-faced personality ensnares the protagonists into his plan. Initially he gets the character to think that he is generally honest and then builds that small reputation up to a bigger one so then he can spill out lies to trick them. He seems to be honest through his actions when he is in