Ever since that terrifying moment he has seen the whale as an obstacle or a wall that needs to de eliminate. Herman was inspired by many things, but in the story the captain inspires the crew with money and convinces them to help him get vengeance. In fact, there was this one particular character called Starbuck that said that “Vengeance on a dumb brute, that simply smote you from blindest instinct.” “Pure madness to be angry at a dumb thing”. With this being said, he does not like the idea of vengeance. In addition, because of Ahab’s stubbornness and selfish reasons to take vengeance, he put the crew in harm’s way.
Image 3 (USE AS BACKGROUND FOR BOTH ADJACENT PAGES) pages 5 and 6 Mom whale, meanwhile, realized that the little whale wasn 't there and she started calling him over and over, whilst she searched for him. She passed Playa Kanoa and looked around, but the little whale was too far ashore and he of course could not hear her. Image 4 (USE AS
For instance, King Triton is furious when Ariel goes missing during the concert and forbids her from going to shore. Ariel is aware of the negative outcomes, which may arise from the situation using a hyperbole she states, “Oh, the concert! Oh my gosh my father's going to kill me!” (The Little Mermaid)Additionally, the King is outnumbered because he has several daughters, but he still possesses more power than all of them the King claims, “Not another word! And I am never, never to hear of you going to the surface again. Is that clear?” (The Little Mermaid)The King
The theme of Family Feuds is also present in West side story between two rival gangs, the Jets and the Sharks. Tony, a member of the Jets, and Maria, a member of the Sharks, both fall for the other, but can 't be together because of their affiliation with the rival gangs. The leaders of each gang end up killing each other, inciting more hate and bloodlust between the two sides, much like when Mercutio and Tybalt kill each other, strengthening the wedge growing between Romeo and Juliet being driven by their parents hate. However, much of the pain found in both stories would not have been spawned if not for the impulsivity between the
What hurts Medea the most is that she ‘never did him wrong’ and that fact that Jason ‘[fell] in love with … royalty and power’ Despite everything Medea had done for Jason, he chose to turn his back on her, and go marry a royal princess. This causes Medea’s to feel a great deal of grief and sorrow, which then later pushes her to kill Creon and his daughter to reverse the feelings to make sure her husband also suffers for having done this to her. Even though Jason tries to win over Medea with vague promises for herself and the future for their children, Medea cannot accept that Jason has betrayed her and weeps as she says ‘I betrayed my own father, my own family to come here with you… and you have betrayed me…’ This indicates that Medea is experiencing both hatred and regret. She feels guilty because of the things she did to her own family and regrets choosing a disloyal man over her family. Medea sees herself as ‘foreign’ and powerless to stop Jason and therefore does whatever it takes to stop him and in her mind, justifies her
This caused the other experienced whale to become frustrated with Tilikum and she would rake her teeth across his body, forming many scars. Another issue mentioned in the documentary was where the whales were kept. They kept the whales in a dark, metal, twenty by thirty foot pools for the majority of their lives. A former Seaworld trainer described the modules as “floating steel boxes.” According to Ken Balcomb, director of the Centre for Whale Research,“If that is true, it’s not only inhumane and I’ll tell them so, but it
Macbeth also cries “Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood clean from my hand, no this hand will rather multitudinous seas incarnadine”(II, ii, 61-63), and wonders why he’s hearing all of these random noises and if his mind will ever be free of the guilt from murdering King Duncan. King Duncan’s death also severely affects his two sons, Malcolm and Donalbain as they are accused of murdering their own father. Lady Macbeth and Macbeth deviously plan out their regicide, to ensure that they don’t get suspected for
In Sophocles’ play Antigone and Niki Caros’ movie The Whale Rider, both Koro and Creon are considered the tragic hero because they were born at noble birth and have a fatal flaw, they undergo a reversal of fortune plus they have a tragic downfall, and they recognize their mistakes. To begin with, both characters Creon and Koro are considered to be born at noble birth meaning to occupy a high status. Creon is the king of Thebes, which authorizes him to be at high status. Everyone listens and obeys him because his people know that he will do what is best for them to live a peaceful life. Koro however, is not a king but is a leader of his tribe.
In any case, his whole supposition changed when one of the dolphins that he administered to submitted suicide in his arms. This episode impelled the begin of O'Barry's activism against dolphin imprisonment and passes on the thinking behind his solid good compass to his group of onlookers. Then again, through footage of their collaborations with the anglers who chase the dolphins, the group passes on to the gathering of people that the anglers know their exercises are disliked, and even marginal unlawful, yet keep on doing it at any rate. This sets up the anglers as individuals of powerless profound quality because of their endeavors to conceal the butcher and conceal it from the outside world. The narrative further sets up the anglers as 'the gathering in the wrong' through the certainty the group is compelled to wrongfully sneak into the bay around evening time so as to watch the dolphins before they are butchered the following day.