At this point, it is questioning to the audience of the continuation of his plot. The job is complete in terms of getting Cassio relieved, but he continues to strategize. “For whiles this honest fool/ Plies Desdemona to repair his fortune, / And she for him pleads strongly to the Moor, / I’ll pour this pestilence in his ear” (2.3.341-4). Iago has set the trap for Cassio to ask Desdemona to possibly try to change Othello’s mind which will lead to Othello believing that they are having an affair. From this point on, the ultimate plan has begun and the pace speeds up.
Then for someone with so much power to find out his wife was unfaithful to him it was obviously not pleasant. One reason I’d say that Othello was not a villain is because in the play his very fellow but secretly jealous companion Iago, someone he trusted obviously more than his own wife manipulated him and his mind by making him go crazy and always telling him that his wife had been cheating with Cassio the loyal captain to Othello. Othello would always confront Desdemona about it and she would always say that she would never cheat. But it
Gatsbys American dream is seen by wealth as means of struggle in achieving the purpose of the dream, this is because his wealth produces the opportunity he needs in his attempt to win back Daisy. Fitzgerald exemplifies throughout his novel that people become vacuous by the pursuit of materialism and excess. This is seen through Gatsby’s actions regarding his wealth. He misuse his wealth in order to pursuit love and happiness and also to buy people. Jay Gatsby uses his money to throw extravagant parties, with the purpose of attracting Daisy’s interest.
Zacharias is quoting Solomon in the Bible where is lamenting about his life of lavish living, and Solomon concludes that it was a lot of toil to no avail. Pleasure for the sake of pleasure usually results in insanity. People who have an addiction to gambling continue to risk money they do not have in hopes of winning more. They take pleasure in the act of gambling, in hopes of the pleasure of winning, but when the gambler loses he or she just throws more money away. In modern society when the immediate pleasure fails, the cycle of insanity begins by trying to use the immediate pleasure in hopes of
He continues with his arrogance throughout Stage II, judging his new friend Herbert as a loser and acting irresponsibly with his money. Pip’s selfish actions, however, begin his arc for redemption. He gradually starts to feel guilty and regretful for spending so much money and consequently putting himself and Herbert in debt, but since Herbert doesn’t have a benefactor like Pip does, Herbert has no way out of his debt. So, Pip devises a plan to secretly set Herbert up with a business
Exploitation and intimidation of others to achieve personal goals is considered greed and inhuman acts. All the characters in the novel American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis, demonstrate the theme of greed at one point. The constant desires for money and power are shown through Patrick Bateman’s power dominance of women during sexual intercourse. Although he paid the women money, but he forced them to the point that it is abuse. This greed is especially shown as he is trying obtain power through his rape of women.
This can decide a person’s literary output on a play. For instance the audience will have an opinion on a play back in 1910, but they may be deceived in some ways by the interpretation of the body. The deceiving ways of Jeremy, Subtle and Dol can be picked up in different ways from the audience. The way in which these three characters manipulate their customers is frightening at times because it allows them to continue the con operation they have in place. The gullible victims are unaware of the costume changes made by the actors on stage and the fact that Jeremy puts on a disguise to be Captain Face then Lungs later in the play throws them off guard just like the audience.
Huck’s enticing adventures have let him display his maturity in his actions towards others. The king and the duke trick the girls into handing over the money. Huck can not bear to witness the girls being blindly tricked so he decides to go out of his way to “hive that money for [the girls] or bust” (132). Putting his own life in danger, Huck will do whatever to get the money back to the innocent girls because the king and duke do not deserve it for their operations filled with lies. Mary Jane was heartbroken about the selling
Another way the negative impact of greed is shown is through Willy Harris’s betrayal. Willy had an enormous amount of money, and the power of greed convinced him to steal it. Hansberry shows the audience through this betrayal that if people give in to greed, they will do awful things and can ruin people’s lives. One other way the dangerous power of greed is demonstrated through Lindner and his community 's actions. Lindner tries to use the power of greed to gain an advantage by offering money to the Youngers to get them to stay in their apartment.
Sometimes a gentleman may remain aloof and the laughter disappears automatically thus not getting desired reciprocation. Exaggerated politeness has two probabilities. Either the person is a true gentleman or a finished scoundrel. A leader always tends to overplay his role in the negotiations. The union invites danger overplaying its hand in the dispute.