Monte Cristo’s plan for vengeance on Villefort was to have Heloise, with the poison discussed between them, murder Villefort’s family in order to get revenge, but in the end, it went too far,since Edouard “the boy, was dead”. What happened to the Villefort family was the most evil punishment given by Edmond; Villefort now is living in a world filled with despair, yet it is only known by few that the Count was the one who planned all the misfortune that dawned upon the Villefort family, which the author conveys by small details concealed in the text. Once Monte Cristo had seen the devastating sight of the poor, dead Edouard, certain details used, such as his face paling immediately, and the feeling of inexpressible anguish, convey that Edmond had gone beyond the rightful limits of vengeance, and never realized how wrongly his plan of revenge had gone. These careful details used by Dumas in The Count of Monte Cristo help the readers understand the true feelings of Edmond Dantes as he is carrying out his revenge
Based on his actions we can tell that Montresor is full of revenge because he plots to kill his own friend. Fortunato has done many things against Montresor that slowly get to him. "The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult I vowed revenge" (p.1 1-3). Montresor got tired of Fortunato doing him wrong, so he decides that he was going to get back at him. Montresor would make sure that Fortunato never does him wrong again, proving that he is a man full of revenge.
Ozymandias is about a ruler that lost his power and kingdom because of his tyrannic rule.While Viva La Diva, Ozymandias, and The Scarlet Pimpernel are similar in many ways, every rule is temporary because of revenge and one’s want for revenge leads to careless actions, is prominent due to the use of metaphors in the authors’ text. Every drop of power gained is 2 drops of revenge stored. Every rule is temporary because of revenge.. The chant, “Long Live The King!” is ironic in the fact of this. The authors of The Scarlet Pimpernel and Viva La Vida reveal that a ruling is temporary by using metaphors, the literary act of comparing different words without using like or as.
After Odysseus reveals his identity, he finally takes revenge on the wooers who has taken over his home. When the battle is over, anyone who was involved with the wooers’ ploy is severely punished. Do you think Odysseus was justified in his actions? Did anyone receive punishment that did not deserve it? Was the punishment issued too severe?
Bertuccio was formerly affiliated with Caderousse when he was in the smuggling business. This leads to his false conviction and Abbé Busoni bailing him out of prison. The Abbé Busoni recommends Bertuccio to work for the Count of Monte Cristo. Bertuccio’s brother was a lieutenant in the Corsican army that was unjustly killed during the insurrections ravaging the countryside. Villefort fails to help Bertuccio avenge his brother’s death so Bertuccio vows to get revenge.
To justify this fighting and occasional killing of others, the villains must be evil. Westley’s main enemy in the novel, the prince, forced Westley’s love interest to marry him while Westley busied himself by ships; Westley has only this reason for fighting him. When the prince talks to Buttercup about marrying him, he does threaten her with death, but Westley does not know of this. The prince actually gives the most accurate description of himself in this scene, “I am your prince and I’m not that bad how could you rather be dead than married to me?” Even though the prince does do evil things later in the story, Westley didn’t know about the vast majority of his plans until after he starts plotting against him. Westley did some truly terrible things throughout The Princess Bride.
In the vengeance plot against Villefort all of Dantes action was undeniably justified because Villefort ruined Dantes life to save his own. Since Villefort is the public prosecutor, Dantes is arrested and taken to him to discuss the terms on why Dantes was arrested. According to the foregoing conversation both Villefort and Dantes were under the impression that Dantes would soon be “back to your friends”. (23) But when Villefort is told that the letter is addressed Monsieur Noirtier “a thunderbolt could not have struck Villefort more suddenly or unexpectedly”(23). Villefort knows that “if he ever learns the Noirtier is Villefort’s father, I’m ruined, ruined forever!”(24).
The Cunning In the story “The Cask of Amontillado.” Montresor is the narrator of the story as he was the one who murdered fortunato. Considered fortunato a friend Although he only saw him as an acquaintance and because of this he caused Montresor great pain which later turned to montresor leaving fortunato to die. As said in the text, fortunato caused him “THE thousand injuries”( Poe 2). Because of causing montresor this pain that wasn 't explained explicitly. Montresor 's great deal of importance on connoisseurship, led to how he planned his revenge on fortunato, montressor became an expert in observation understanding and combining the two towards manipulation.
Harry’s journey throughout The Prisoner of Azkaban is one of anger and confusion. The main conflict in the film is initiated by the escape of Sirius Black, the notorious murderer, from Azkaban prison. The main assumption throughout the film is that Sirius is a loyal Voldemort support and he betrayed Lily and James Potter to the Dark Lord, which lead to their deaths. Harry seeks retribution for Sirius’ crimes and when it is revealed that Sirius has found his way to Hogwarts, Harry wants to kill him out of anger. He faces a moral dilemma.
Othello had received the job of lieutenant, which Iago desperately wanted, and so Iago is filled with hatred, using Rodrigo’s situation as a leverage to ruin Othello. Iago begins his plot of revenge by going to see Desdemona’s father, Barbanzio and delivering the news to him that Othello, the moor, has kidnapped his daughter. Barbanzio is outraged and in front of the Duke, he accuses Othello of stealing his daughter, but Othello explains that he has not wooed Desdemona through witchcraft, but by stories of his adventures. Desdemona enters and continues to convince the Duke by describing her love for Othello. The Duke announces that Othello, along with the company of Desdemona, will go to Cyprus to help defend it against the Turks.
In life, mostly everyone will want revenge on someone they know that did wrong to them. When Montressor wanted revenge, he went insane and planned to kill the person who did him wrong. In the real world, most people do not try to kill someone if they did them wrong. Montressor is insane because of the way he got revenge on Fortunato. Poe proves in this story that some people use different, harsher ways to get revenge on
I found out that Sir Walter Raleigh tried and plotted to kill. He hated me so much but, then I found out that Raleigh cheated on Queen Elizabeth. Also had an affair with one of Elizabeth’s maids. Then after that some of my servants told me that Raleigh was plotting to kill me again and almost succeeded. Raleigh was committed for treason because he was trying to
V is on a mission to exact revenge on those who wronged him and others at the Larkhill Resettlement Camp, which he destroyed and escaped from. V wants the people of England to individually rule over themselves and be free of their oppressive government. He puts Evey through torture he tells her “Because I love you, because I want to set you free” (Moore 167). Which in turn she isn 't happy about at first but once she is set free from the prison she was in since birth she is glad. V is killed but as he puts it “Did you think to kill me?
He is jealous of his brother Edgar the legitimate son of Gloucester. He plots to kill his father and brother in order to inherit his father’s property. He manipulates his brother to think that his father is against him, which makes Edgar left their house and become a beggar in the street. He almost succeeds in all his scheme until he repents and confesses before he died from the wound in the duel with his