In Medea, a surge of insanity purges her after she is betrayed by her husband Jason causing many cruel and harsh actions to follow from her. The ending result a murder scene. Is she really at blame for her actions and should she be punished? Believing that she is truly insane this would entail that she is completely innocent and therefore not to be punished. Thesis: Medea’s insanity which led her to killing her children suggests she let her emotions take control of her proving she is not at fault for her actions.
And not just a victim but also witnessing the act taking place. The other key element of Karma in the murder suicide is how the John who is cheating on his wife with a mistress ends up having the mistress cheats on him with someone she loves. More to the point, Before John actually pulls the trigger he sees in self in Mary and James. Mary symbolized himself in two ways, both him in the present who cheated on his wife and him in plot study B who neglected and used that Marry. He sees himself in James as well since just like him at that age James was probably
She did kill her husband so she has to be punished. That makes sense. At the same time, I think she could have a mitigating factor because she had battered women syndrome. What she had done was wrong, but, as she says, I can see that she could not deal with her husband anymore. It is difficult for me to decide whether she goes to a mental facility or prison.
Firstly, Victoria is the reason for starting the madness and chaos from the case because she lied to everybody that she had been raped. Secondly, Victoria convinced multiple of this lie, by having Ruby Bates, her own friend, lie about the story. Finally, Ms. Price was selfish enough to have nine boys killed, to save herself from going to jail. Victoria Price is selfish, a liar, a terrible friend and horrible person who started unneeded chaos. This is why Ms. Price is a villain in the Scottsboro case.
That left the last married daughter of the family, Mary Gibbs. She had also fell apart like the rest of her family. Once it hit the six-week mark, Mr. Gibbs ordered an autopsy, Jane tried her best to prevent it. Later on, the Cops got involved and found out that Mrs. Gibbs was poisoned with morphine and atropine. Jane finally gave up after her last victim and confessed.
He is a symbol of destructive love because he ended his marriage and somebody 's life over jealousy “ sir twas not her husband 's presence only, called that spot of joy into the duchess cheek” (13-15). He has his wife killed because she is paying other men attention. His wife could have started it but the husband wanted control and respect and he couldn 't get it so he decided to kill her. The last Duchess was killed by her husband because she was flirting with other men and her husband didn 't like it “thats my last duchess painted on the wall, looking as if she were alive” (1-2). In this poem destructive love was showed by explaining why the wife was killed.
Both took their revenge on the men that caused their problems. Hamlet killing Laertes could easily be compared to Rosalie’s murder of Royce’s friends and accomplices. In both cases, the victim of the violent outbursts were distraught and impressionable people. Rosalie's murder of Royce's unnamed guards can easily be compared to Hamlet and Polonius. None of them were innocent, but none were involved in the original acts.
It becomes apparent that the standard for humane actions can be easily skewed with a majority of a social group being instilled with fear. Inhumane actions can easily seem humane if everyone believes it. In any case, murder is not accepted by the laws of society and is a cruel act of hate. In Malcom Gladwell’s work, he discusses the murderer Bernie Goetz, and how he was able to get away with murder, with his name in good standing, because he murdered what many people feared. Gladwell describes the way the people in the city perceive Goetz’ actions when he says “They seemed the embodiment of the kind of young thug feared by nearly all urban-dwellers, and the mysterious gunman who shot them down seemed like an avenging angle” (150).
Revenge is shown throughout Arthur Miller’s The Crucible in very negative ways. Revenge is aimed at enemies, friends, even neighbors once Abigail and her group realized how much power they had, and for greedy self-interest. Everything was done for revenge, and it all started to cover up what Abigail and her sister had done. Abigail Williams used revenge on Elizabeth Proctor, because she hoped to split Elizabeth and John, so her love for John would be acceptable in society. Ann Putnam had accused Rebecca Nurse of the death of her seven babies.
That girls should be in a stupid bliss so it wouldn’t affect them because they wouldn’t be able to do anything about it. Daisy and Tom’s love wasn’t real love because if it was he would have been there for his daughters birth instead of God knows with whom. F. Scott Fitzgerald portrays women as hopeless and better off being stupid so they wouldn’t process and realize that their husband didn’t really love them and that love is just a unrealistic dream. Further, a modern writer Zora Neale Hurston wrote in her short story about a married couple in a small community. Where the wife named Lena has an open affair in front of the town and her husband.