When a there is a strong relationship between parents and children, trust will be gained and you will be able to communicate feelings on certain topics were disagreement arrises. This can prevent tragic endings. As you can see, in both situations of Creon vs. Antigone and Parent vs. child the horrible tragedies could have been avoided by having a conversation about the situation and coming to an agreement. Once you see eye to eye on a topic a decision could be made on how to best solve it. Both character failed to do this and ended up in a worse situation then they started
Macbeth has a few fears about murdering the lord yet Lady Macbeth addresses his masculinity by letting him know that on the off chance that he was a genuine man, he would slaughter him. In the play, Macbeth says to himself, "The ruler of Cumberland! That is a stage I should either tumble down from or else jump over, for it lies in my way. "(Act 1 scene 4 Lines 55-57) Macbeth acknowledges he should get more power. He's not fulfilled by simply being the Thane.
beware Macduff, Beware the Thane of fire. Dismiss me. Enough.” (IV, i, 70) this quote was when Macbeth goes to the witches for the second time, they warn Macbeth of Macduff so he goes and kills his family. Macbeth is sinking deeper and deeper into sanity and would do anything to keep the power that he currently holds, though his movements would never change his fate. Yet another person Macbeth kills out of pure greed near the end of the
He engenders more pity. His agnorsis could be said to occur earlier, when he becomes aware of Lady Macbeths death. His understated reaction oculd indicate his complete exhaustion and defeat together with involuntary awareness and his commentss that life is nothing more than a "tale,told by an idiot signifying nothing." In the end of the play natural order and control is restored as Macbeth is killed and Malcolm, the rightful heir to the throne according to succession and order, is crowned king of Scotland. Shakespeare successfully warns and scares the audience against thinking about
Macbeth No matter what culture a person is from killing someone is an atrocious act to mankind. In William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth kills the king while hes in a deep slumber. This is considered regicide, the action of killing a king. Most Elizabethans during that time period would have considered this regicide so unnatural that nature was appalled by it. Shakespeare portrays the effects of the atrocious act with “The Great Chain of Being”, Elizabethan World Order was a theory that Shakespeare uses in many of his plays to create and develop events.
This theory helped me handle difficult problems and maintain an optimistic approach. The people you hang around influences you in a negative or positive way. If you hang around people that steals you will think it is okay. Our parents can either help us or hurt us. We depend on them for everything and without proper guidance we will look for it in other places.
Some choose to let his betrayal break them, while others, like Nadine, choose not to let it overcome them, but to make a new opportunity out of it. For example, Nadine goes to Horstberg, and during that journey meets her future husband, forges an intimate friendship with Abbi, the Duchess of Horstberg, and learns how to forgive and move on from the past: “”I learned that sometimes life dishes out circumstances that are simply beyond our doing, and beyond our control. Bad things happen to good people, and sometimes bad people are behind them. We can’t control what happens, but we can take control of how we handle what we’re given. I came to learn that sometimes things just don’t work out the way we want them to in this life, and I reached a point where I was willing to accept that”” (Michaels 260).
Macbeth begins to go insane after he murders King Duncan at the beginning of the play. Although he did it for a gain of power, he still feels very guilty. Macbeth starts saying weird things about what he heard, “Methought I heard a voice cry “Sleep no more!” to all the house. “Glamis hath murdered sleep, and therefore Cawdor Shall sleep no more. Macbeth shall sleep no more.”” It seems that Macbeth just hears things that aren’t actually there.
After being told he will be king Macbeth starts to entertain the idea of murdering his current king although since he still wants to view himself as a good and honourable man the thought disturbs him greatly. What ends up happening is after someone else is named next in line for kingship Macbeth takes things into his own shaking hands. Killing the king with a heavy dose of guilt impacts Macbeth as seen later in the play and his image as a noble warrior soon fades.
In media the stepparent is usually portrayed as “the bad guy,” but in reality, that isn't true. They love you and want to help you. Sure a stepparent can disturb the dynamic of things. They can provide a mother/father figure if someone doesn't have one. Most of the time step parents are good people that want to help.