One being murderous. She is willing to kill an innocent family for the sake of more room for her children. She proves to be quite the killer when Darzee’s wife tells Rikki-tikki “-oh, come quickly-she means killing!”(24) She plans on killing Teddy when she goes up to his leg and says “...move I strike, and if you do not move, I strike.”(25) As you can tell, Nagaina does not value the lives of anyone except Nag, her kids, and herself. Only a murderous snake would do these kinds of things. To Nagaina’s misfortune, Rikki-tikki gets the upper hand when they fight to the death.
The first thing Lady Macbeth tells Macbeth is that she would have killed Duncan herself if he did not look so similar to her own dear father. She demonstrates her evil character flaws here and again on page 47 Act 2 Scene 2. On page 47 Lady Macbeth is angered with Macbeth for not leaving the daggers which he used to kill Duncan with the guards. Here, Lady Macbeth shows more of her responsibility in the murder of Duncan by taking the daggers from Macbeth. “Give me the daggers.
She said while she went to kill Teddy, “If you move I strike, If you don’t move, I strike.” This proves that Nagaina was cruel and she knew it. She also plotted with Nag to take Rikki’s life. That didn’t work out so well for Nag, or Nagaina really! In conclusion, Nagaina was a very cruel and dangerous snake. But we have found she was a very misunderstood snake.
No compromise is possible." (Euripides,239). This shows that she is bent on revenge. As it states in the New York Times article “The most vengeful responses tend to be provoked when honor or identity is threatened, such as being spurned by a lover or having one's family or religion maligned.” Since Jason had betrayed him and she abandoned her family, she displays the most violent strategy to harm Jason’s life through murdering her
Lady Macbeth is seen as a noble host and a kind woman, however, this is not so. Her motivation is not one of goodness, but instead, destruction. Lady Macbeth is informed of the plan for King Duncan's executions and immediately begins plotting. Lady Macbeth's eye glisten with betrayal and ambition. She has only one thing in mind at this point: Do whatever it takes to make Macbeth king.
Another way Nagaina stood up for what was right was by saying “Give me the egg, Rikki-Tikki. Give me the last of my eggs, and I will go away and never come back.” she said lowering her hood, she is risking the place she lives just to save the one egg. A way that Nagaina stood up for what is right through her actions was when she spun clear round, forgetting everything for the sake of the one egg. Although, Nagaina is malicious she still has the capability to be
After Mitzi reports that she believes Miss Blacklock is the murderer, the other characters seemingly brush her off as they do very frequently. It is in this chapter that the reader finally discovers that maybe Mitzi was on to something. After Mitzi’s outburst, Miss Blacklock joins her in the kitchen, confronts her, and Christie writes “Only I know that you’re telling the truth for once,” said Miss Blacklock viciously.” After this exchange of words, Miss Blacklock attempts to kill Mitzi. (Christie 265). In the line mentioned, Christie made it important to create the vicious tone.
She did it quick and as painless as she could, yet the mark still remains to taunt her. While it could be argued that she made the right choice, the child would obviously take on a very biased perspective. Beloved desires a very different type of revenge, she thrives to make her mother and younger sister Denver suffer in a prolonged similar way to her. Throughout a majority of the novel, Morrison makes it clear how revenge is a dish best served by oneself. With the tone she ridicules the antics of Beloved, it is easy to unveil her bias to the plot.
Lady Macbeth is evil, she does things that no sane person would do. Nobody just tells their husband to kill their king because some old hags off the side said that he would be king, that's not how things work in the world. She is evil also because she said: “Come, you spirits that serve the thoughts of mortals: rid me of the natural tenderness of my sex and fill me from head to toe with the direst cruelty!” (I, v, 39-42) in order to have the right amount of “evil” to kill the king, another example is when she is setting up the murder with daggers for Macbeth to kill the king, she says before
Emily Dickinson once said “Much madness is divinest Sense— To a discerning Eye—“. This type of madness can be found in the play “Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Though many characters show madness throughout the play, Ophelia’s madness is the most prevalent. Ophelia has good reason for this irrational behavior because of the trauma she has gone through. First, her boyfriend dumps her, then he calls her vulgar names, and lastly, he kills her father.