He didn’t hurt anyone but himself at that point. Without thinking of anything he ends up killing Paris, Juliet’s arranged husband, but didn’t know because it was dark and he was angry. Romeo then drinks the poison and dies with one last kiss from Juliet. Once Juliet has awoken she finds her love dead next to her she grabs his dagger and kills herself. These actions always reflect on someone and they didn’t have the maturity or good mindset to think it through and realize they were in a phase as they thought they were in love and stupidity in doing something that didn’t have to happen if they had just talked to their
Romeo was sad over Juliet’s “death” so much because they had married and Romeo believed that Juliet was his one and only true love. Romeo then kills himself because he wanted to be with Juliet in heaven. In Act 5, scene 3, Juliet says, “Rust inside my body and let me die.” This proves that they kill themselves because the other one was dead because Juliet wakes up and sees that Romeo had killed himself because he found Juliet “dead”. Juliet then says it was a bit rude of him not to leave any poison for her. Then, she finds his blade and then kills herself.
After the narrator finds out about Charlie’s death, she is hysterically crying about his death (19-20). Her father then offers her alcohol to stop the pain, and by doing this and not talking about the conflict, Charlie committing suicide, the conflict just goes unresolved for the narrator (20). The narrator begins to build up intrapersonal conflict because she is just drinking the pain away, but in reality the internal conflict of Charlie killing himself is still there for the narrator. She does not express her feeling much except for when Charlie died. For example, when she is on the phone with Jeremy she claims that she is forced to go to the funeral, but she actually wants to go (20-21).
Of Mice and Men Persuasive Essay “ Even the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray.“. In the book of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, George, one of the main characters, has to kill his best friend- Lennie Small. He does this for a few different reasons. Killing his best friend was justified though, for one George and Lennie were always on the move because Lennie always messed up, two, in the end when Lennie messed up again, Curly was going to make him suffer for killing his wife and breaking his hand. Third, George had to kill Lennie because lennie would have done it again.
Skylar Neese, unsuspecting like Caesar, had gone to enjoy a night with her friends that ended in her death. Her supposed best friends’ cause for the murder was “we just didn’t like her anymore” similar with Caesar, his death the result of the fear of tyranny (Sandt). Both of their deaths were a result of betrayal, dislike, and fear. Caesar, many times put trust in his friends and confided in them, his reason being “because I love you, I will let you know” (2.2.79). In Skylar Neese’s case, though she was said to be fighting with her friends at the time, she still had trust and faith that they wouldn’t hurt her; unfortunately,
When he took his final breath he was shot by mistake. For the person who shot him had in mind that he was the killer of his wife but it was none other than Daisy herself, but Gatsby took the blame for the death anyways and ended up dying for his love. Jay Gatsby was deeply in love with Daisy Buchanan, he went to get measures to get everything for her but in the end just to have it turn to dust. His influence on people made them question who he was, his grand master plan was his own tragic flaw, and his fall from grace was his way out of all the lies he told. He has been spared all the hate that
In the gruesome short story “The Black Cat” by Edgar Allen Poe a nameless narrator tells his story of his drunken and moody life before he gets hung the next day. The intoxicated narrator kills his favorite cat, Pluto and his wife with an axe. Soon enough, the narrator gets caught and there he ends up, in jail. Although, most readers of “The Black Cat” have argued the narrators insanity, more evidence have shown that he is just a moody alcoholic with a lousy temper. In this gothic short story, some believe both of the killings are from the narrator’s insanity, but more evidence has proved differently.
I think that she was also guilty because she took a sleeping potion and Romeo thought she was dead. By Romeo thinking Juliet was dead, he went to an Apothecary. The Apothecary is guilty of illegally selling poison to Romeo. Romeo then (thinking Juliet was dead) he took the poison right beside her and he died. Juliet wakes up feeling guilty so she takes the rest of the poison in the
The most obvious metaphor is that the pools are a symbol for time. At the beginning, when Neddy decides to go on his adventure, he is very warm, because it is a nice “midsummer Sunday” (1), he would even feel comfortable swimming naked (4). Teddy was just having a swell time in the sun and he was excited to continue on his quest to swim across his county (6), unfortunately for him, everyone at the start wants to socialize with him, slowing him down. Storms end his summer, and cause him to pause in gazebo, while he is there, he shivers a touch, it’s become fall (9). The more swimming he does, the worse the weather gets and the colder he becomes (17).
Portia exclaims, “Portia is Brutus' harlot, not his wife,” (2.1.310) this is her saying that if she, Portia, can not learn of her husband’s aim, she is not a wife, but another prostitute. Portia is honorable because she believes it was her fault she couldn’t stop Brutus from joining the conspiracy, and it was too late by the time she found out. Instead, Portia commits suicide, by swallowing fire coals. This is obviously honorable at that time, due to having the courage of suicide, not to mention the method of hot coals. “ No, my Brutus.
A cup, closed in my true love’s hand?/ Poison, I see, hath been his timeless end./ O churl, drunk all, and left no friendly drop/ To help me after? I will kiss thy lips./ Haply some poison yet doth hang on them,/ To make me die with a restorative./ (kisses ROMEO)” (5.3.173-179) In Shakespeare 's play, the forcefulness of love can induce people into irrational decisions, causing consequences for the good or bad; love is a cause of violence but also of reconciliation. After the lovers’ deaths the two families realize the consequences of their rivalry. They both agree to stop their feud and the two families come together and unite at the end. “O brother Montague, give me thy hand./ This is my daughter’s jointure, for no more/ Can I demand.