Victor was resentful of Ruiz’s comment claiming Victor: “You talk like that, man you scare the crap out of me.” This led it Victor asking Baez for assistance in helping Ruiz, because he didn’t want to leave him behind. Victor: “We’ll get you outta here, Ruiz. You hear me?” Ruiz didn’t doubt the squad’s ability to get him out of there, but under the circumstances there was no time for that. Baez: “How man? The doors are stuck shut.
Secondly, Judge Danforth’s irrationality and ignorance brings about poor decisions on his part. One of the instances where Danforth reveals his following attitude is when he denies to even look at a deposition presented by John Proctor as described by his words “ No, no, I accept no depositions” (Miller 88). John Proctor hands him a deposition signed by Mary warren, stating that the accusations made by Abigail and the girls are false. In this regard Judge Danforth replies to John Proctor by repetitively says “No” thereby emphasizing his adamant view on this subject. He has irrationally made up his mind that the John Proctor is trying to overthrow the court and this mind set leads him to take a poor decision of ignoring a potentially eye-opening
Oedipus gets furious in light of the fact that Tiresias wIll not uncover the killer of Laius. It is extremely shrewd to utilize this scene to demonstrate Oedipus' temper since this side of him has not been appeared. In the event that they didn't demonstrate this scene, the group of audience/reader may not trust that Oedipus is equipped for the murder at the crossroads. It's like Tiresias makes Oedipus irate deliberately so the group of audience/reader makes sense of reality without him really saying it. W. J. Verdenius quotes, "Tiresias is at once a traditionalist and an exceedingly clever man."
His relationship with Hassan degraded. Amir was too ashamed of what he had done to face Hassan and avoided him at all costs. One day he even suggested to Baba that they get new servants. To his surprise, Baba was furious and threatened to hit Amir for the first time. He said that Ali and Hassan were their family.
Miller adds to Giles Corey’s conflict as he tries to assure judge Danforth he meant nothing by saying she read strange books – Miller carries the idea of how confused Giles or even Danforth must be with the issue. “Because it is my name! Because I cannot have another in my life! Because I lie and sign myself to lies! Because I am not worth the dust on the feet of them that hang!
However, he decided to revoke his confession because he did not want to be known as a witch. John proclaims that he does this “[b]ecause it is [his] name! Because [he] cannot have another in [his] life! Because [he lies and signs himself] to lies! Because [he is not worth the dust on the feet of them that hang!
The showers were really filthy and disgusting. Primo Levi didn’t even bother showering because he felt it is a waste of time. While Levi felt that, his friend gave him a lesson which is to hang on to their humanity as much as they can and being clean is one way. Levi doesn’t agree to this and he doesn’t want to be controlled by someone. He has no choice right now.
Curley and his wife really do not deserve any sympathy. Curley is conceited, rude, and disrespectful. When he first met Lennie and George he was rude to them both getting especially mad with Lennie for not speaking back when spoken to. Lennie did not know any better he was just obeying George because he had informed him to not say anything. But I do feel sympathy for him because he did get his hand crushed by a mammoth of a man but he asked for it so that was his own fault.
I may falter somewhat, Mister; I am no fool.” (64-65) Proctor is nervous about going in front of the court and defying everything that has been said about the matter previously. No one can blame him, even Hale, when told alone, doesn’t believe him. Another thing that John Proctor fears is his name being blackened with lies. When he is about to sign over his dignity and falsely
.’” (Hinton 45). To clarify, association between the Socs and Greasers was forbidden because of stereotypical perceptions. Because of this, she felt resentment in secret, and knew optimism for the future was misplaced. Additionally, Ponyboy Curtis was utterly surprised, for he found that “. .