He is a big jerk and the reason for Mercutio 's death. "Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries that thou hast done me. Therefore turn and draw". Tybalt said this in act three, scene one where the fight happened. He was calling Romeo weak for not wanting to fight him.
Michael Richard was an American television legend, however, one wrong mistake shined a dark light over his head. Richard said during the YouTube video titled Michael Richards Spews Racial Hate -- Kramer Racist Rant | TMZ towards one man "Fifty years ago we'd have you upside down with a……. ( (Youtube, 2006)”. The crowd was visibly confused and upset about what was taken place at the famous L.A. comedy club. Some of the audience members left the club because they were disgusted with the once famous comedian.
He portrays gang violence more than anything. He constantly harrases the greasers accompanied by his gang. Additionally he wears several rings to scratch greasers so they go through more pain. Bob verbally offends the greasers by calling them “White trash with long, greasy hair.” Furthermore, Bob was a heavy drinker, who was “reeling and passing out in the streets” often. His own girlfriend, Cherry Valance is against it although he doesn’t care and still gets crazily drunk.
Aaron however, has a dark attitude every time he speaks. Even though Cassius does plot against Caesar, he does it for political reasons only, while Aaron obviously hates the world and tells Luscious that he enjoyed doing all the evil things he has done and would do it ten thousand more times. They don’t exactly show the same attitude because these characters are not part of the same play. Titus Andronicus is a revenge tragedy and Julius Caesar is a political play, therefore Cassius is a politician who does anything in his power to protect Rome and its citizens. This is also why Aaron does evil things to Rome; he had a dark tone every time he spoke because he needs to get revenge.
The confession of sins before death plays a big role in Hamlet; it even prevents Hamlet from seeking revenge when he had a good chance. When the king is in a room by himself he seems to be confessing his sins, this gives Hamlet an opportunity for his revenge: “Now might I do it pat, now he is praying; / And now I’ll do’t. And so he goes to heaven, / And so am I revenged. That would be scann’d” (III.III.79). It is believed that if a person confesses their sins before they die that they will go to heaven, so Hamlet believed that if he were to kill Claudius right then and there that he would go to heaven and not have any punishment for what he did to Hamlet’s father.
Throughout the book Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, there are many references to the protagonist’s necessity to be recognized for his masculinity. Okonkwo, the protagonist, despises his father for his unsuccessfulness, and Okonkwo is motivated to become a prosperous man. His fear of being weak determines his actions in difficult situations, which causes an internal conflict. Eventually, this fear overwhelms Okonkwo, and he commits suicide. Okonkwo’s desire to be masculine in opposition to his father creates an internal conflict established in his fear of being thought weak, which ultimately leads to his death.
The fact that Eddie has done this shows how much he hates Rodolpho and how much he cares about Catherine as he essentially is reporting his wife’s cousins which would have risked his relationship with Beatrice. Having done this, he must have expected some consequence, which in his case was unfortunately death. Some would say that he brought his death upon himself. However, when you look into the play in more depth, you realise that Eddie is not entirely responsible for his death as at the end of the play Eddie is provoked by Marco who was shouting “He killed my children! That one stole the food from my children” to a huge crowd whilst Eddie was stood next to him.
After a visit from Caesar's spirit came to Brutus, the audience is left to question whether it is Brutus’ conscience or an actual spirit. Brutus is left tormented by this, as he sees himself as an honorable man, now having committed the ultimate act of dishonor, killing his friend. This makes him go into shock, forcing him to begin blame everything but himself as he desperately grabs for the support his fellow conspirators had promised him, and finding that they had lied or given up. In this, Brutus shows another of his critical flaws, his hyper-inflated ego. Even when faced with the consequences of his actions, his friends dead in front of him, he chooses to rather kill himself than admit that he and his friends were wrong to assassinate Caesar.
“Iago is an extreme instance of diseased intellectual activity, with the most perfect indifference to moral good or evil, or rather with a decided preference of the latter” -William Hazlitt. In Shakespeare’s Othello, Iago is the main antagonist who drives most of the plot and creates great conflict for Othello and other characters. Iago hates Othello because Cassio was promoted to Lieutenant over Iago, causing Iago to craft a destructive revenge plan to convince Othello that his wife, Desdemona, is having an affair with Cassio and actually trying to sleep with her himself. This plan will ruin the lives of Othello, Cassio, and anyone else in Iago’s path. Because of the pure jealousy that fuels his revenge, the genius complexity in his destructive
From the beginning of Counterparts, there is a clear indication that Farrington a father of five children, has issues with work colleagues which causes him to drink excessively and become aggressive. Failure is a theme that elaborates with dysfunctional families. Many factors caused Farrington ‘the man’ to turn to alcohol which then turned into violence. Straight away this represents Farrington as an angry drunk, and also an abusive drunk. The theme dysfunctional family plays a large role in this short story.